OPEN AUDITIONS FOR 3rd ANNUAL SHORT PLAY FESTIVAL 

Warrior Productions is excited to announce open auditions for new short plays to be performed at the Third Annual Short Play Festival at The CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck Sept. 15-17, 2017.  Sides will be provided at auditions.  Community Theatre, non-union.  

AUDITION DATES:

*Friday, May 19 from 6-8pm

*Saturday, May 20 from 2-4pm

Auditions will be held in the Frazer Room at the Starr Library, 68 West Market Street in Rhinebeck.

Contact Elaine Fernandez: e.fernandez.rhinecliff@gmail.com / 518-256-0714.

THE REMEMBRANCE by Cheryl Veach Delvecchio

A terrible accident causes each family member to reflect on emotional barriers, guilt and forgiveness.

STEVEN:  Male, approximately 45,  with a passive personality, vibrant mannerisms; a dreamer who feels overwhelmed.

CORRINE:  Wife to Steven, 45, distant, reserved, cool personality; critical, unhappy.

MISSY: Daughter, 16-20, outgoing, vibrant and wise.

DOCTOR:  Any age, male or female; very compassionate.

BOOM BOX ALLEY by Elaine Fernandez

A group of aging professionals give up on the impossible job market and decide to make a go of it living their dream.  They begin their new lives at Boom Box Alley, an old underwear factory converted into affordable housing units for artists.

JOHANNA:  A self-absorbed poet in her 50s waiting to be discovered.

BUTCH:  A gay playwright in his 50s. “Floor Captain” of the 3rd Floor.  Easily annoyed in a warm-and-fuzzy kind of way.

DENNIS:  50s.  Butch’s boyfriend.  Sarcastic and paranoid gossip addicted to social media and his bluetooth. 

MALERIE:  A people-pleasing soap opera writer in her 40s.

SCARLETT:  A dancer in her mid-30s who barely ekes out a living teaching anti-bullying dance classes at local schools.

SAM:  A handsome musician in his mid 40s who has no interest in the other artists in the building.  

AN AMERICAN NOEL by Marianna Boncek

With the help of his on-again off-again angel, Gabriel, an old bum looking for some returnables and a warm place to sleep finds an abandoned baby instead. 

CHARLIE:  50-something bum. 

GABRIEL:  Male angel, any age, under 50. 

WAITRESS:  Woman, any age.

SHELTER WORKER:  non-specific.

HOMELESS PEOPLE:  non specific.

PRIEST:  Male, any age. 

TWO POLICE OFFICERS:  Non-specific.

JULIA:  Charlie’s daughter.  Woman in her mid-20s.

EMANUELA’S MOTHER:  Woman in her 20s or 30s.

EMANUELA’S FATHER:  Man in his 20’s or 30s.

EMANUELA:  Very young child, somewhere between 3 and 5.

This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.