Auditions – Communicating Doors

LALT will hold auditions for the play Communicating Doors, by Alan Ayckbourn, which will be performed in September 2017.  Auditions are Sunday, June 18th from 3 – 5 and Monday, June 19th from 5 – 7 at the Performing Arts Center.  Please have a prepared one minute monologue – you can pick your own! Scripts will be available at the Mesa and White Rock libraries.

Communicating Doors is a murder mystery with a time travel twist. It has parts for three males and three females and takes place in a suite at the Regal Hotel, London in May 1977, October 1997, and July 2017.

Characters
REECE – a businessman aged 30 and 70
JESSICA – his first wife aged 25 and 45
RUELLA – his second wife aged 45
JULIAN – his business associate aged 45 and 65
PHOEBE (POOPAY) – a prostitute aged 33
HAROLD – a house detective aged 35 and 55

Holly Robinson will direct this production; Jeanne Adkins is the producer.

Play Reading LALT Sept Show

LALT will hold a reading, open to all interested readers or listeners, of the play Communicating Doors, which will be performed by LALT in September 2017. The reading will be 7 pm Wednesday, May 17, in the Green Room at the Performing Arts Center, 1670 Nectar Street in Los Alamos. Communicating Doors, by Alan Ayckbourn,  is a murder mystery with a time travel twist. It has parts for three males and three females. Holly Robinson will direct this production; Jeanne Adkins is the producer.

LALT Play Readings LA & WR Senior Centers

Be sure to mark your calendars for May 17 at the Los Alamos Senior Center and May 19 at the White Rock Senior Center—both at 12:30–for a free, very funny short play reading, Dead Right, by Elaine Jarvik. Starring Sally Cassil and Tom Farish and directed by Pat Beck, this engaging play centers on how a friend’s tedious, grammatically incorrect obituary plunges Penny and Bill, age 60s, into a prickly discussion at the breakfast table. How could Bill read the paper when they have their own obituaries to plan? It’s a touching comedy about how we hope to be remembered. This play was honored as one of only four selected out of 1300 entries by the 2008 Humana Festival of New American Plays.

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