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NEW REVOLUTION THEATRE is holding auditions for A.R. Gurney’s popular Pulitzer Prize-nominated stage play “LOVE LETTERS,” directed by Tommy Dallace.

We are seeking actors (for the lead role of Andrew Makepeace Ladd III) and actresses (for the lead role of Melissa Gardner) of various ages and types, who will be paired-up with each other in rotating casts. For instance, “Actor A” and “Actress A” will perform the lead roles in a select number of performances and “Actor B” and “Actress B”, etc. will perform those same roles on alternate evenings.

Place: Oak Creek Community Center: 8580 S. Howell Avenue; Oak Creek, WI 53154

Date & Time: Monday, September 23rd and Tuesday, September 24th from 6:30 to 9:30pm. Callbacks will be held on Wednesday, September 25th from 7:30 to 9:30pm.

Anyone unable to attend Monday and Tuesday’s auditions are welcome on Wednesday. If available, please bring a headshot and resume, otherwise you will fill out an information sheet at auditions. You will read from provided audition scripts.

Rehearsals will begin on Monday, September 30th at the Oak Creek Community Center. Performances will be presented at the Oak Creek Community Center on November 6th-9th, 13th-16th, and 20th-23rd.
We are also in need of a stage manager, set designers and builders, prop masters, lighting and sound technicians, assistants to the director, and other volunteers.

For further information, please visit www.newrevolutiontheatre.com
or email: mail@newrevolutiontheatre.com
or call: 414.301-9246

The romantic and bittersweet “LOVE LETTERS” is a unique and imaginative theatre piece comprised of letters exchanged over a lifetime between two people who grew up together, went their separate ways, but continue to share a special connection. As the actors read the letters aloud, they create an evocative, poignant, frequently funny and intimate pair of heartfelt character studies in which what is implied is often as revealing and meaningful as what is actually written in words.

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