LOOKING, a comedy about four middle-aged and single individuals who are “looking” for love. Rated PG13 due to mild adult language and situations, LOOKING is funny, yet touching. Enjoy music of the 70s and posters of local musicians. Jan 27, 28, 29, Feb 3, 4, 5. Fri/Sat 7:30; Sun 2:00. Adults $15; Seniors/Students $12. Reservations recommended by calling 419-332-0695.
Performances: Jan 27-29 & February 3-5, 2017
Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm, and Sundays at 2 pm.
Looking is the story of four middle-aged singles who are seeking relationships. They meet on a blind date and the play follows their progress through the following weeks.
Directed by Pete Lowry and Mary Jo Foos
Cast: Tracy Armentrout, Tim Bolton, Laura Buchanan, Jeff Buchanan
This show is suggested for audiences over 13 due to mature themes and some language.
On invitation from, “Mr. Owen,” eleven strangers gather to spend the weekend on isolated Soldier Island. At their first gathering, each individual is publicly accused of murder. As the guests begin dying one by one, all in a manner corresponding to a children’s nursery rhyme, the race is on to find the killer and escape. This Agatha Christie murder mystery is sure to keep you on your toes from start to finish. Who will live past their holiday in the house on Soldier Island?
English accents are preferred, so give it a shot and we can work on it. The show runs March 17-26 at 7:30 with 2:00 matinees on Sundays.
The Available roles: (range of playable ages included)
Thomas Rogers-the butler for the house on Indian Island. Husband to Ethel. Rogers is an example of the ideal English butler. He is reserved and unwilling to abandon his post, no matter the consequences for himself, or his wife. (30s-?)
Ethel Rogers-the cook on Indian Island. Wife to Thomas. Ethel is a quiet woman used to working in tandem with her domineering husband. (30s-?)
Fred Narricot-the rough local who operates the boat used to ferry the visitors on and off the island. The inclement weather makes it impossible for him to return after all of the guests have assembled. (20s-?)
Vera Claythorne-brought to the island as Mrs. Owen’s new secretary. She is a nervous but resilient woman with a dark secret. As the weekend closes, she finds herself in a fight for her life. Is she the damsel in distress she appears to be? (20s)
Philip Lombard-guest. He is an attractive adventurer and soldier. He is bold, cunning, and unapologetic about his crimes. Lombard’s attraction to Vera is evident, but will he survive their brief flirtation? (20s-40s)
Anthony Marston-guest. Marston is a young playboy. His cavalier attitude makes him a danger to himself an others. Will his selfish, narcissistic attitude help him survive? (20s-30s)
William Blore-guest. Blore is a blunt former policeman hired by Mr. Owen to keep an eye on the houseguests. Is he in league with the mysterious Mr. Owen, or is he another potential victim? (30s-?)
Emily Brent-guest. Miss Brent is a deeply religious woman. She lives by a strict code of conduct, and harshly judges others for not following suit. Will her deep convictions prove enough to save her from harm? (30s-?)
Sir Lawrence Wargrave-guest. Wargrave is a retired judge with a grave reputation. He has a powerful mind and presence. He attempts an investigation, but will he find the truth in time? (50s-?)
Dr. Armstrong-brought to the island to serve as Mrs. Owen’s personal physician. He is an alcoholic with a bit of a temper. He engages in a deadly game to lure the killer out, but if it backfires, he may not survive the weekend. (30s-?)
General Mackenzie-guest. Mackenzie is a retired general with a guilty conscience. Unlike the other guests, his acceptance and remorse for his crime makes him reluctant to fight for his own survival. (50s-?)
Performances will be for two weekends March 17-26. And Then There Were None (formally called Ten Little Indians) is an Agatha Christie murder mystery. For more info about auditions, email director Diane Cepeda at D77cepeda@yahoo.com