Eastbound Theatre presents 4,000 MILES
Eastbound Theatre, a division of the Milford Arts Council, once again partners with Westport Community Theatre for a program of six original plays under the banner of "East/West PlayFest 2017".
Auditions will take place June 7-8, 7 PM at the Margaret Egan Center, 35 Mathew Street in Milford. A second round of auditions will then be held on June 12-13, 7 PM at Westport Community Theatre, at the Westport Town Hall, 110 Myrtle Avenue.
Twenty-three actors of all ages are needed for six plays. Actors will read from the scripts. For a copy of the scripts, please contact producer Tom Rushen at email@example.com. Diversity is welcomed and encouraged.
Performances will take place at Westport Community Theater on July 14 and 15, with a second round of performances on August 4-6 at the Milford Center for the Arts, 40 Railroad Avenue South in Milford.
The plays presented are as follows:
All Out of Second Chances, by Scotto Moore of Seattle, WA features a woman recounting a surprising family history. The play is directed by Rachel Babcock of Branford.
But That's Okay, by Jenny Mead of Charlottesville, VA chronicles a couple's relationship in a ten minute timeframe. The play is directed by Barry Hatrick of Milford.
Grilled, by L.H. Grant of Davis, CA shows a battle of wills that plays out over the counter of a luncheonette. The play is directed by Kevin Pelkey of Beacon Falls.
I Don't Know... by James McLindon of Northampton, MA follows a Drill Instructor whose morning run is set on edge by a group of politically correct cadets. The play is directed by Michael Shavel of Stratford.
A Lifetime Ago, by Drew Davis of Augusta, centers on a mysterious package that reunites a feuding family. The play is directed by Nancy A. Herman of Milford.