a romantic comedy by Mark St. Germain
Directed by Tom Cowley
When: 3:30 - 5:30 pm Sunday, November 4 – Readings from the script.
to arrive no later than 4:30 p.m.;
6:30 pm Monday, November 5 - Callbacks.
Where: At the theatre, located at 806 W. Main.
Parking is free on the
street, at Dagwell Dixie next door, and in nearby parking lots.
What: Please bring a recent photo and résumé.
Hard copy perusal scripts are available for a $10 refundable deposit.
call CST at 405-232-6500 or email email@example.com to make arrangements to
check out a script.
Office Hours: Closed Mondays. Open Tuesdays through Fridays 1-6:00 pm.
Call or contact Melinda before dropping by to make sure a
script is available and someone is in the office to check it out to you.
Performance dates: January 11-26, 2019 (Jan 11-12, 17-20, and 24-26 with
brush-up rehearsal on Jan 16.
Rehearsals begin: Approximately November 19. Most rehearsals are
scheduled Mon-Fri at 7 p.m. with Saturday or Sunday rehearsals scheduled only if
needed to accommodate week-night conflicts. 1st tech is the afternoon/early
evening of Sunday, January 6. There will be several days scheduled off for
Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s holidays.
CAST OVERVIEW: 1 Man (35-55), 1 Woman (late 20s-30s). Ages are somewhat
flexible with this show.
SENGA QUINN (late 20-30s) A Broadway dancer who has suffered a severe leg
injury. When the play begins, she has been holed up in her apartment since
leaving the hospital, drinking Scotch and taking pills. She is wearing a big leg
brace, and may need more surgeries.
EVER MONTGOMERY (35-55) A professor of Geosciences at the New York
Institute of Technology who lives in Senga’s apartment building. He is on the
autism spectrum (Asberger's), and does not like to be touched. He has a
mandatory award dinner to attend in a week that requires formal dress and
dancing “post-dessert,” so he seeks out Senga for a dance lesson.
The play centers on Ever, a man with Asperger’s syndrome, who seeks the
instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards
The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her
dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they’re both caught
off-guard by the discoveries—both hilarious and heartwarming—that they make
about each other and about themselves.
“You don’t want it to end…” —The Boston Globe.
“Laughs abound in this play and so do those plucked heartstrings…a perfect
evening of theatre.” —BerkshireBrightFocus.com.
“...goes beyond the conventions of a romantic comedy to an enthralling
evening…totally absorbing…brilliantly conceived… ” —BroadwayWorld.com.
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