Old Town Actors Studio is an all-volunteer, community effort, and we're always looking for new talent!  If you want to help out at the theater or have an idea for a project, please contact us.  We're always in need of talented community actors, so check out the audition opportunities below!

Auditions for Neil LaBute's 1 man, 4 women play SOME GIRL(S) directed by Jamie Romine-Gabardi will be held June 24th at 1:00pm; June 25th at 2:00pm; and July 1 at 11:00am. Auditions will be held at Old Town Actors Studio at 427 N. Main St, Suite G. Please email romijami@isu.edu for further information.

Cold readings will be available. However, if you would like to come with something prepared please prepare a 1 minute contemporary monologue; it can be either comic or serious. 

SOME GIRL(S) begins a single man's odyssey through four hotel rooms as he flies across the country in search of the perfect woman (all of which he has already broken up with). In pure Labute style, this play, outrageously funny and deadly serious, turns a portrait of the artist, Guy, as a young seducer and casts a truthful, hilarious light on Guy as he wanders through the heart of darkness that is himself.

According to LaBute, this play sprang from his desire to do something a little different: an entertainment made up of a series of duets that features a hearty number of women's roles and follows the journey of a modern-day Candide as he stumbles through a landscape familiar to most men -- the mess he's made of his romantic life on his way to manhood. "I have always been an ardent admirer of the cinema of Eric Rohmer, that master chronicler of the always charming escapades of his fellow Parisians, and I suppose SOME GIRL(S) is my attempt to capture a bit of that gentle, wise, funny spirit on the theatrical stage."

SOME GIRL(S) will run September 22, 23, 25, 29, 30, October 2, 6, and 7. Rehearsals will begin in July and will depend on cast schedules

 

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