Auditions for The Glitter Girls

Los Alamos Little Theatre announces open auditions for Mark Dunn’s The Glitter Girls from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, December 7 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday, December 8 at the Performing Arts Center at 1670 Nectar St, Los Alamos.

Please email the director, Kathi Collins at kathimcollins@gmail.com to sign up for a time slot. Be prepared to tell a joke or a funny story. Readings will be from the script excerpts.

Callbacks will be by invitation on Monday, December 9. (If needed, Wednesday, December 11.) Cast will be announced by December 15. The rehearsal schedule will be determined after the show is cast. Generally, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings or some combination thereof, starting January 13.

About The Show

Playwright, Mark Dunn, a local Santa Fean and published playwright, has written this successful “mostly female southern comedy” with a strong ensemble dynamic. Think Steel Magnolias meets Survivor! It is an intrinsically funny yet serious play about relationships and trust. The Glitter Girls are “friends” who have met for 16 years and who are mostly supported by their grand dame, the owner of the local snood factory. She recently has sold it and wants to share some of the money with her “Girls” but wants to challenge them first to see who is most deserving. Secrets revealed, and maybe a few cocktails are thrown into the hilarity.

Available Roles 7 female, 3 male (flexible on ages too)

Arpege LaCroix, aka Arnold Cross, any age, a man playing a female maid initially until his identity is exposed

Trudy Tromaine, 60, president and founder of the club and at whose porch the play takes place

Patty Wesley, 22, the youngest member, pursuing a degree in social work

Charlie Seaburn, 22, representing his member mother who is away on business, pursuing a law degree

Valerie Fairhope, 45, former exotic dancer turned fitness instructor, she has been “around”

Flossie Price, 58, grew up with Trudy in the holler, but hit it big in social status by marrying the local dentist

Mayvonne Raush, 74, oldest member, former teacher

Mamie Ewing, 64, wife or prospective mayor, and owner of local dress shop

Connie Culvert, 36, has been through a lot and has a husband problem

Dowd Foster, 54, recent widower of member, good old boy and tire store owner

**Actors are strongly encouraged to read the script, now available at the public library, prior to auditioning.

Production Dates
March 6, 7, 13, 14, 20 and 21 at 7:30 p.m.
March 15 at 2 p.m.