LOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL - Piedmont Players Theatre Non Equity Auditions

Posted: May 8, 2014
Audition Location: Salisbury, NC

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Piedmont Players Theatre (PPT) announces AUDITIONS for final show of the season

To Kill a Mockingbird

Book By  Thomas Wolfe  

Producing Partners: Edward & Susan Norvell and Salisbury Community Foundation

 

WHEN:  Tuesday, June 3 & Wednesday, June 4 at 7pm

WHERE:  Norvell Theater, 135 E. Fisher St., Salisbury, NC

PRODUCERS:  Edward & Susan Norvell and Salisbury Community Foundation

PERFORMANCE DATES: July 24-Aug 2

 

Piedmont Players Theatre is holding Auditions for the Pulitzer Prize WinningLOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL on Tuesday, June 3 and Wednesday, June 4 at 7:00PM.  If necessary, callbacks will be held on Thursday, June 5 at 7pm.  Directed by Jim Epperson, Designed by Allen Jones.  Rehearsals will begin immediately, and performances run from July 24 - Aug 2, 2014. 

 

Note: Look Homeward, Angel is part of PPT’s “Summer Swap,” so auditions, rehearsals and performances will take place at the Norvell Theater, 135 E. Fisher St.

 

ABOUT THE SHOW

Look Homeward, Angel is an acclaimed 1957 stage play by the playwright Ketti Frings based on Thomas Wolfe's largely autobiographical novel of the same title. The story traces the coming of age of Eugene Gant in the small town of Altamont, North Carolina. Eliza, his mother, is a woman who likes to make "Deals"—in business and with people. With the proverbial iron hand in the velvet glove and almost equal concern, she runs "Dixieland," her seedy boarding house, an alcoholic husband, a daughter and two sons.

In 1958, Frings won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for the work and the production received 7 Tony Award nominations.

 

For more information call 704-633-5471 or email md@piedmontplayers.com.

 

AVAILABLE ROLES??

 

Family Members

Hugh Barton-Husband of Helen, ready to leave the boarders and live on his own with his wife

Helen Gant Barton-Daughter, married to Hugh Barton, devoted to her family but weary of helping out

Eugene Gant-Youngest son, sensitive, a writer

Ben Gant-Eugene’s older brother, frail, jaded, but with keen perception of life

W.O. Gant-Father of the family, alcoholic, lives in a world of lost dreams

Luke Gant-Oldest Gant brother, keeps his distance

Will Pentland-Eliza’s brother, realtor,

Eliza Gant- indomitable fortress of a woman, keeping her family going through her strong will, but with a tender heart

 

Boarders

Jake Clatt-Son of Mrs. Clatt, insensitive and a boor

“Fatty” Pert- fond of Ben, a kind woman

Mrs. Clatt- mother of Jake, dissatisfied and nosey

Florry Mangle-single, lonely, humorless and interested in Jake

Laura James-a young woman who is drawn to Eugene

Mrs. Snowden-Quiet and lonely

Miss Brown-Prim on the surface, but not underneath

Mr. Farrel-Retired dancing master

 

Townspeople

Dr. Maguire-Doctor, friend of W.O.

Tarkinton-A drinking crony of W.O.

Madame Elizabeth-the local “Madame”, knows secrets of many people in town

 

 

 

Piedmont Players Theatre Inc.

213 S. Main St

Salisbury, NC 28144

 

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