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NOVEMBER - Eastbound Theatre Non Equity Auditions

Posted: June 21, 2017
Audition Location: Milford, CT

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Call for Actors!


Eastbound Theatre, a division of the Milford Arts Council, announces auditions for the first show of its 24th season, the darkly comedic piece, November, by David Mamet, directed by Michael R. Mele.

Performances will be September 29th through October 15th, 2017. 

Auditions will be held on July 18th and 20th, 2017 at 7:30 pm at the Milford Center for the Arts (40 Railroad Avenue South).  Additionally, interested actors who may be unable to attend those audition times should contact the Director at to set up an alternate time.

Roles are available for 4 Men (aged 20s to 70s) and 1 Woman (aged 30s to 60s). Actors will be asked to read sides from the script.  Actors interested in reviewing the script in advance should contact the Director at


It's November in a Presidential election year, and incumbent Charles Smith's chances for reelection are looking grim. Approval ratings are down, his money's running out, and nuclear war might be imminent. Though his staff has thrown in the towel and his wife has begun to prepare for her post-White House life, Chuck isn't ready to give up just yet. Amidst the biggest fight of his political career, the President has to find time to pardon a couple of turkeys — saving them from the slaughter before Thanksgiving — and this simple PR event inspires Smith to risk it all in attempt to win back public support. With Mamet's characteristic no-holds-barred style, November is a scathingly hilarious take on the state of America today and the lengths to which people will go to win.

Roles Available: 

Charles Smith: mid 30’s- mid 60’s- The bumbling and bombastic President of the United States

Archer Brown: mid 30’s- mid 50’s- Smith’s cynical presidential advisor

“Turkey Guy”: late 20’s –late 50’s- A nervous representative from the National Association of Turkey and Turkey By-Products Manufacturers

Clarice Bernstein: 30’s- 60’s- Smith’s idealistic lesbian speechwriter

Dwight Grackle: 30’s-70’s- an irate Native American

Feel free to email the director at with any questions regarding the roles, rehearsal schedules, etc.

For more information contact the Milford Arts Council at 203-878-6647.


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