Auditions for Musical
Location: Myrtle Beach
THEATER PEEPS will hold auditions for Paul Allen’s newest musical comedy, TOURIST TROUBLES, on Sunday, June 9, from 2pm to 5pm, by appointment only. The performance dates have been set for July 25-27. The show will be presented as a dinner theater event at Good Day Café.
Set in the lobby of the newly opened Bayside Bed and Breakfast, the show tells the story of how business owner, Patricia, deals with her wacky unpredictable employees and the zany collection of guests who have come to see what Bayside has to offer. One particularly important pair of guests are coming to celebrate their anniversary by renewing their wedding vows. When the ‘bride’ finds out that her husband’s high school sweetheart has booked a room in the same establishment, chaos ensues.
Those who wish to audition will need to prepare a song (of any genre). You must supply your own accompaniment. No acapella auditions will be heard. Cold readings and one on one interviews will be done. Rehearsals will be held Sunday through Thursday evenings. A detailed specific rehearsal schedule will be developed based on the casts’ availability. People of all ages, races, lifestyles, body types, etc., are welcome and encouraged to audition. No experience is necessary.
The roles available include:
PATRICIA -the sweet owner of the Beachside Bed and Breakfast, age 30-40
GLADYS -an older lady who constantly complains and chews gum, age 60+
ARTHUR -a ‘retired’ showman who is now a jack of all trades, age 30-50
BRITTNEY -a troubled smart mouthed young lady, Patricia’s niece, age 16-20
MARK ALLEN -a well to do lawyer, age 30-50
DIANE ALLEN -his loving but ditzy wife, age 25-40
ALICE FREEBURN -a well known sharp tongued journalist that dated Mark in high school, age 30-50
CHORUS OF OTHER GUESTS and STAFF
If interested, call Paul Allen at 843.995.2756 to schedule an audition or for more information.
Payment: Non Paid
City or Location of call: Myrtle Beach
Please submit to:See above by 2019-06-09
This casting notice was posted by: Paul Allen, director of Theater Peeps