Auditions Saturday June 24th, at 10am

Man Trouble,
two one-act plays

August 19th – September 16th
Saturdays at 5pm & Sundays at 5:30pm

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Written by David Macaray
Directed by Phil Brickey

A man (Kyle) and woman (Kitty) are serendipitously thrown together at—of all places—a funeral home. They are there to view a body. The deceased is Kitty’s cousin and Kyle’s best friend. After chatting, they realize they are not only attracted to each other, but have a great deal in common. Is this the beginning of a budding romance? Or is it something else? They’re in a funeral home….so it’s something else.

We meet Mr. Norman Fairchild, the world’s most inexpensive professional assassin. He works
cheap, he works clean, he works fast, and most importantly, he works smart. And because he
works smart, his services are always in demand, which is why a local building contractor has
come calling. By the end of the play, the assassin and the client have learned a time-honored
lesson: Money isn’t everything.



Late twenties to early or mid-thirties. A buyer for a retail company. She’s bright, witty, educated, personable, but continues to fall for men who “lie to her.” Despite being aware of this flaw, she can’t change. A bad mixture of intelligence, desperation and self-destructiveness. By play’s end, we sympathize. Being a single woman ain’t easy. It’s a “jungle” out there.

Roughly the same age as KITTY, but maybe older. Something of an enigma. Which is to say, he goes from being “harmless and lonely,” to eccentric but “interesting,” to a seemingly mature and grounded, to a complete and total flake. He wants to begin a romance with KITTY, and makes his move. And while he is not altogether without “boyish charm,” by play’s end we are appalled and disgusted by him.


Age: anywhere from mid-thirties to fifty. He is arrogant, self-assertive, used to getting his own way, a bully and a narcissist. He owns a construction company and is semi-rich. He’s married, but wants to hire someone to kill his wife. He has no compassion or sensitivity, and gives “males” a bad name. By play’s end we want him to die.

She is HARVEY COOPER’S unfortunate wife. Her age should be roughly, 30 to 40. She’s a savvy woman, a proud woman, fed up with a monstrous husband. She has a “way with words,” can tell a compelling story. Pretends to be her fictitious twin sister in order to confuse NORMAN, and does a splendid job of it.

Discount Murder

Food Court

Audition Sides:

Auditions Saturday October 7th, at 10am

It’s A Wonderful Life:
a Live Radio Play

November 24th – December 17th
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
Saturday December 9th at 4:30pm
Sunday December 10th at 2pm & 5pm
Saturday December 16th at 4:30pm & 8pm

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Written by Joe Landry
Directed by Amanda DeMaio

The beloved American Classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940’s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.

The most heart-warming show of the holiday season!

Casting for the following:

This show is performed in front of microphones, with scripts in-hand. Minimal memorizing, minimal rehearsals! The voice and characterizations are critical for this production, as are the wonderful sounds effects!! We want to hear as many voices as you can give us!

Male Roles
George Bailey – family man, dreamer, full of hope and life.
Clarence – angel looking to do the right thing to get his wings!
Henry Potter – Scrooge type who wants total control and has no heart towards anything else!
Joseph/Announcer – Lead performer who hosts the radio show and who will be the “chief angel” who assists with Clarence getting his wings.
Uncle Billy - kind hearted, but absent minded.

Other male roles include a variety of characters like George’s father, Bert the Cop, Ernie the cab driver, Harry Bailey, the Bridge keeper, Mr. Martini, Commercial announcer & performers and the Bailey kids.

Female roles
Mary – The home town girl always in love with George.
Violet – The town beauty who always is a looker!
Rose – George’s mother, confident, family counselor.
Sadie - the bank examiner.

Other female roles include Zuzu, and the other Bailey kids & commercial announcer.