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Current Season:  Death of a Salesman * Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus * The Real Inspector Hound * Take Me Out * It Doesn't Get Any Deeper Than This

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Death of a Salesman
by Arthur Miller

directed by Julie Jordan
October 21-23, 27-29

In this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play, Death of a Salesman takes you into the life and memories of  Willy Loman - a struggling salesman who cannot understand how he failed to win success and happiness in his quest for the “American Dream.”   

Contains mild adult themes.

Coming Up. . .

the 2016-2017 Season!

Death of a Salesman
by Arthur Miller

Oct 21—23, 2016
Oct 27—29, 2016

Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus
inspired by the original editorial by Francis P. Church
by Jamie Gorski

Dec. 1-4, 2016

The Real Inspector Hound
by Tom Stoppard

Jan 27—29, 2017
Feb 2—4, 2017

Take Me Out
by Richard Greenberg

Mar 24—26, 2017
Mar 30—Apr 1, 2017

It Doesn’t Get Any Deeper Than This
by Bridgid Dunn Weber 

May 5—7, 2017
May 11—13, 2017



Announcements

Auditions for "Take Me Out"

PLEASE NOTE: Most scenes take place in a Major League locker room. Creative blocking will be used to stage this production WITHOUT nudity, however, actors cast as ballplayers will need to be comfortable wearing very little on stage and some auditioning for those roles may be asked to remove their shirt during auditions.

Audition Dates:
Sunday, August 21 (7PM-9PM)
Monday, August 22 (7PM-9PM)

North College Hill City Center, 1500 W. Galbraith Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231

Production Dates: 
March 24, 25, 26, 30, 31 and April 1, 2017 - (Rehearsals begin in January 2017)

Production Team: 
Fred Hunt, Director; Rebecca Coots, Producer; Trisha Cooper, Stage Manager

Written by Richard Greenberg and winner of the 2003 Tony Award for Best Play, Take Me Out tells the story of the New York Empires and their struggling baseball season after their star player casually makes the public announcement that he is gay. "Richard Greenberg's soliloquy on why baseball is greater than democracy is a rhapsody that no lover of the sport or of theater should miss." - Ben Brantley, The New York Times.

Characters (All performers will be male – must be able to play age ranges and races - NO roles have been pre-cast):

Darren Lemming: 20-30 Biracial, all-star baseball player 

Takeshi Kawabata: 20-30 Asian, pitcher

Kippy Sunderstrom: 20-30 Caucasian, baseball player 

Martinez: 20-30 Hispanic, baseball player (Working knowledge of Spanish a plus)

Mason Marzac: 20-40 any race, an accountant 

Rodriguez: 20-30 Hispanic, baseball player (Working knowledge of Spanish a plus)

Shane Mungitt: 20-30 Caucasian, the star pitcher 

Skipper: 30-60 Caucasian, coach of the Empires

Jason Chenier: 20-30 any race, baseball player 

William R. Danzinger: 30-60 any race, baseball fan (1 brief scene)

Toddy Koovitz: 20-30 Caucasian, baseball player 

Policemen/Clubhouse Staff/Waiter/Reporters/Stage Hands: any age and race

Davey Battle: 20-30 African American, baseball player

No appointments required – Auditions will be held in approximate order of arrival.

Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. Resumes and headshots are appreciated but not required. Please be prepared to share any potential rehearsal conflicts for January, February and March of 2017.

Need to schedule another time or questions? – Contact the director, Fred Hunt – nwlsdhunt@fuse.net or 513.266.6755