CST Holds Auditions For LOVE SONG 12/5, 12/6

Auditions for LOVE SONG Saturday, December 5th - Readings from Script - 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, December 6th - Callbacks - 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Please read the script before auditions! Perusal copies of the script may be checked out for a $10 refundable deposit per script. Scripts are due back on or before the audition date in order to receive your refund. To make arrangements to check out a script, call the Carpenter Square office at 232-6500. Office hours are Noon to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Please call before coming by the theatre offIce To make sure a script is available.

For auditions, enter the main lobby and take the stairs or elevator to the basement level of Stage Center to check in and fill out your audition form. Bring a current résumé and photo (a good snapshot is fine), and be prepared to list any and all conflicts during the rehearsal period. If you have no photo, you should have a digital snapshot taken onsite. Plan on arriving no later than 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, unless you make prior arrangements with the director.

Love Song
a comedy by John Kolvenbach
directed by Rhonda Clark
Performs February 19 - March 13, 2010
Rehearsals begin on January 11

SYNOPSIS: A 2007 Olivier Award nominee for Best New Comedy that premiered at Chicago's famed Steppenwolf Theatre in 2006. Beane is an exile from life - an oddball. His well-meaning sister & brother-in-law try to make time for him, but no one seems to get through. Following a burglary at Beane's apartment, he turns blissfully happy. Baffled, his sister must try to unravel the story behind his mysterious new love, Molly. This offbeat comedy becomes a rhapsody to the power of love in all its forms.

CAST: 2-3 Men, 2 Women.

Beane (late 20s-40s) Probably autistic, at the play's start, he's a hopelessly lonely and reclusive tollbooth worker. When he falls in love, we see him transform.

Harry (40-50) Beane's brother-in-law whose marriage is in a slump. He's playful and is always trying to get his wife to lighten up.

Joan (35-50) Beane's sister who is married to Harry. She's a complete Type-A personality and a career-driven businesswoman at the play's start.

Molly (late 20s-30s) A woman who breaks into Beane's apartment and robs him of his few possessions. She's confident, forceful and capable of violence, and of course, Beane falls hopelessly in love with her - even if she might be a figment of his imagination.

Waiter (no specific age) Bill feels stuck working as a waiter, but he needs the money. This role can be doubled with the role of Harry.

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