Our “Script In Hand Series” creates more performance and directing opportunities for local artists and introduce audiences to new plays in a full “reading/performance” of a play in which the actors are allowed to have their scripts in their hands and are not memorized. The director of each show will create blocking, and use of limited costumes, props, and sound effects, to create a performance experience for the audience. The focus is on telling the story, character development, utilizing new and experienced actors, and creating a mood that thrills the audience. Each production will have one night of open auditions, a short rehearsal schedule (no memorization) and one performance.
END DAYS by Deborah Zoe Laufer
Performs: Sunday, June 9th 2pm
Auditions: Monday, May 20th 7:00pm
Recommended for adults due to adult language this full length comedy is a chance for director Tamara McClintock and five local performers to work on a deep and thought-provoking production that Huffington Post said was "...Both poignantly redemptive and often hilariously funny. I hope others will have the opportunity to see this special play. It begs the question of what we would hold most sacred if we knew the end was near. And it brings to life our broad range of choices, including laughter, and the treasured traveling companions who are there even when we face our own personal Armageddon.""
Check back as we add Script In Hand performances throughout the season.