Call for Four Play Directors
Deadline: March 8th, 2019
Four Play presents lightly rehearsed readings of a variety of works. Whether you are an experienced director or someone looking to try your hand at directing in a low-risk format, this could be for you!
Auditions will be held mid-April, with rehearsals in May. Rehearsal time in the SST space will be limited, so directors must be able to organize rehearsals outside of the space with their casts.
Thursday May 30th at 8PM
Fade To Black by Darren Stewart Jones
An aging former Hollywood star meets her young, gay, #1 fan. Both their lives are forever changed by the experience.
The 12 Days of Christmas by Angie Carnegie
When memories fade, will a Christmas miracle give Emily one last chance to say goodbye? Follow her family’s journey with her disease, filled with frustration, sadness and laughter.
With Love, Bobby Orr by Brendan Main
A short introduction to Bobby Orr's #1 Fan. A meditation on passion, hockey, and what it means to be a fan.
Friday May 31st at 8PM
Between The Lines by Trudee Romanek
Amid the screaming bullets and bombs of WWII Europe, Sgt. Bob Henson’s training is no match for the moral onslaught: the loss of his innocence, friends, and sense of what’s right. Based on actual letters and experiences, Between the Lines opens the invisible wounds of war and asks — Can we justify them?
Saturday June 1st at 8PM
Breathe by Rosaleen Egan
Gus draws on his deep-breathing therapy when a body is discovered in the hallway and the police knock on his door. This comedic, 10-minute, murder mystery asks the question: Who-dun-what?
Three Week Run by Neil Wicks
Michael “Mickey” Doyle was a child actor with a top-rated television show over thirty years ago. So, what happened to him since the show was cancelled, and why is he appearing in a small-town community theatre musical for three weeks?
Sunday June 2nd at 2PM
Get What You Need by Jackie Bennett
Nothing good can happen when a church tries to hire the Rolling Stones to raise money. Will clergy need to get naked? Or will rock and roll save the day?