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Mon, Jan. 16th, 2006 08:28 pm
Auditions for One-Acts

"The Trip to Bountiful has been cast. However, there are yet more roles to fulfill. That is to say that auditions for the Spring One acts will take place this week on Wednesday the 18th at 6pm and Thursday the 19th at 6pm in The Cellar (CCM1). The directors and plays are listed below:

No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre
Directed by Alexandra Kuechler
2 males, 2 females

No Exit was first presented in New York at the Biltmore Theatre with Claude Dauphin, Annabella, and Ruth Ford. Two women and one man are locked up together for eternity in one hideous room in hell. The windows are bricked up; there are no mirrors; the electric lights can never be turned off; and there is no exit. The irony of this hell is that its torture is not of the rack and fire, but of the burning humiliation of each soul as it is stripped of its pretenses by the cruel curiosity of the damned. Here the soul is shorn of secrecy, and even the blackest deeds are mercilessly exposed to the fierce light of hell. It is an eternal torment.

The Yearbook by Kenneth Edward Keyn
Directed by Kenny Keyn
1 male, 1 female
A charming comedic vignette about assumption and the good that can come from coincidence.

A Slight Ache by Harold Pinter
Directed by Tyler Caffall
1 female, 1 male
Flora and Edward sit at the breakfast table chatting of flowers and wasps and of the slight ache Edward feels in his eyes. Their conversation, which seems so simple and is yet so strangely revealing, then shifts to the mysterious matchseller who has been standing by their back gate for many weeks. Somehow his presence intimidates them, particularly Edward, whose ache becomes aggravated as they discuss who the matchseller may really be, and they resolve to call him in for a direct confrontation. Flora goes out to invite him to come into the house, and when he appears he proves to be an old man, dressed in rags, and so feeble that it is doubtful whether he can see or hear. Seating him in a chair Edward speaks to him in an unnaturally jovial and somehow terrifying manner and soon Edward, without a word of reply from the matchseller, is so unstrung that he cannot go on. Flora takes over the interrogation, and again the old man's silence spurs the spilling out of buried frustrations and fears. Edward returns, and this time there is a note of desperation in his attempts to break through and understand the meaning of the matchseller. But it is Flora who leads the old man off at last, as a young girl might take her lover to the garden. As she goes she hands his tray of matches to Edward. He has lost the struggle, the nameless competition in which he has been engaged, and now it is he who has become the matchseller.

These scripts will be available outside Gary Bruner’s Door by 12:00pm today (Friday the 13, 2006). Any questions contact Gary at x1077 or simply reply to this email. These are some great authors so take a look at these plays.

Another email will follow which explains the specifics of the audition.

Tyler Caffall"


This is where Maria talks about life
Tue, Jan. 17th, 2006 06:26 am (UTC)

I am interested in the script that you wrote. I might try out, if I can convince myself that on the off chance I get cast it won't kill me to have another obligation. I definitely want to read it though.