IF IT'S MONDAY, THIS MUST BE MURDER - Plymouth Arts Center Non Equity Auditions

Posted: June 24, 2020
Audition Location: Plymouth, WI

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The Plymouth Arts Center has an audition call on Wed., July 1, 2020 at 7pm at the Plymouth Arts Center for the mystery/comedy “If It’s Monday, This Must Be Murder” by Pat Cook.  The show dates are Sept. 25-27, 2020.  Rehearsals will start on Monday, July 6th from 7-8:30pm and will generally be on Mondays, Wednesdays, and some Fridays.  Nothing needs to be prepared ahead of time.  Please direct questions to info@plymoutharts.org . 

 

CAST OF CHARACTERS

Linus Harcourt…mousey bookkeeper (sm. part can double with another)

Mrs. Pomeroy….a large woman, widowed (sm. part can double with another)

Greenskeeper….. (sm. part can double with another)

Harry Monday…a cliché of a private eye. A hard-boiled man with chiseled features (lg. part)

Billie Jean Hodecker……an ambitious, naïve woman   (med. part)

Sergeant Brogen….a policeman with no sense of humor (med. part)

Stella Fontaine…a seductive but determined woman (med. part)

Cecil Deborus…..a pompous man  (med. part)

Glamis Ludlow…a rather spooky woman who is into astrology  (med. part)

David Soames…a Wall Street-type ad man   (med. part)

Freida Mae Bristow/Anita Fay Martoon    Twins that are played by the same person.  They are never seen together.  Freida is a dithering woman and likes crossword puzzles. (med. part)

George…a general factotum at Shady Meadows  (sm. part can double with another)

Messenger …from Western Union  (sm. part can double with another)

 

About the Playwright – Pat Cook, with over 150 plays in print (several of them translated into German and Dutch), has delighted audiences with his plays since 1976, the year his first published play, Rest in Peace, was released by Dramatic Publishing.  “If It’s Monday, This Must Be Murder” introduces us to Harry Monday, a Colombo type of a detective, who is trying to solve a mystery at a country club.  Pat Cook’s character, Harry Monday, became so popular that he made sequels with him as the protagonist.  Throw in some interesting characters from all different walks of life and you have yourself a comedy/mystery show with intriguing dialogue that holds the audience’s attention.  Pat lives in Texas with his wife Rose Ann.

 

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