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I'm in rehearsal for 'Three Men on a Horse'. We open in a month. I play Mabel, the small-time mobster's girlfriend. I have an audition for 'Greetings' at another theater in a week, but I am afraid there will be too many conflicts between the two plays for me to be cast. There is only one roll I'm right for, but I don't know how big it is (haven't seen the script yet). We'll see!
I have an audition for Dial M for Murder next month, otherwise it's been really slow for women's roles around here. So much stuff is pre-cast lately.
I am an actor and a theatre administrator. My library consists of hundreds of plays. I used to (literally) read a play or two a night.
The theatre I work for is currently producing A. R. Gurney's THE FOURTH WALL. It's wonderful.
I will promise to look at this group daily. What fun!
I'm in between projects at the moment, I just finished a run of Charlotte's Web and I'm coming up on (I hope), a 7-month run of interactive improv/historical portrayal in conjuction with a massive Titanic exhibit that's coming to my area in two months..
But it's nice to have a break once and a while ...it hasn't been a long enough break for me to start pining or worrying just yet.
I'm new to this site and I think it's fabulous. I'm spending way too many hours inputting my books, cursing the fact that I own so many old ones without ISBN numbers! (But secretly love how many books I have that NO ONE else on here has got... at least not yet!)
I just found out that I DID NOT get Rosalind in As You Like It in the Upstate Shakespeare Festival. I got Celia, which is still a great role, so I'm just being a baby about it. I will finish pouting by the time we start rehearsals.
On the up (or more up) side, opening night for Dial 'M' for Murder went wonderfully. We got a great review ( http://www.greenvilleonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007704140341 ) and we've had full houses all weekend.
Celia is my favorite role in AYLI - she gets to be wry and sarcastic, and also heartbreaking. Her speech to Rosalind about banishment? Makes me cry every time.
I'm playing Phebe this fall, and though I'm really happy to be cast in such a funny role, part of me wishes I could have been Celia...
IT'S TIME by Pavel Kostin
Set on the shores of the Baltic Sea, on rooftops lit with mesmerizing orange sunset and in the darkest corners of urban night. We find real characters there with depth and ideas searching for direction in their fragile lives and learning to express their ideas through art.
IT'S TIME by Pavel Kostin
>18 the_dolls_dressmaker: I'm looking forward to a production of Twelfth Night next fall!
The projects you two mention sound interesting, and, like most creative endeavors, engrossing as well.
I turned down two recent calls for theater auditions (one for a chestnut holiday musical that is a throwback to radio and the 1940s, and the other for Death of a Salesman) to get three of my own plays finished. They are all musical theater pieces, so they are extremely intricate and involved. But . . . I'm determined to get these works-in-progress finished. The other project lies in an altogether different field (psychology), but involves a pioneering figure whose work is truly groundbreaking and without parallel.
Strangely, however, the two projects don't conflict -- but end up adding a refreshing contrast and even energy to each other.