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Death of a Salesman
A tired traveling salesman with an outdated understanding of success, Willy Loman has lost control of his career on the road and his life at home. Veering mentally between the fortunes of his brother and the failures of his sons, Loman comes up with one last plan to steer his boys — particularly his firstborn Biff — on a path to happiness. Moving and meaningful, Arthur Miller❜s masterwork exploration of love and betrayal in life and business remains as relevant and relatable today as when it first hit the Broadway stage more than seven decades ago.
The play will be produced by Seventh Row Center and directed by Paul Steinbach. Seventh Row Center will not be holding auditions for this production.
Performances: 9 beginning March 27 through April 5.
One Slight Hitch
It❜s Courtney❜s wedding day, and her mom, Delia, is making sure that everything is perfect. The groom is perfect, the dress is perfect, and the decorations (assuming they arrive) will be perfect. Then, like in any good farce the doorbell rings. And all hell breaks loose. So much for perfect. This Lewis Black comedy will not disappoint!
The play will be produced by the Kettle Moraine Players and directed by Lyle Krueger.
Characters: 50❜s- 1M, 1F; 30❜s- 2M, 1F; 20❜s- 1F, 16- 1F.
Performances: 9 beginning May 8 through 17, 2020.
Rehearsals: Beginning March 16. Expect a week off at the holidays.
Auditions: February 17 — March 1, 2020.