Uncategorized | August 27, 2010
Auditions for “Tumbling Inn,” the winning script by Carrie Printz in the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players’ “New Play Project,” will be held on Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 30-31, 6:30 p.m., at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. This is a CLTP Readers’ Theatre production.
Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
Synopsis: Jamie is a teen-age tennis champion who talks to the sky. Her best friend Nick can’t seem to stay out of trouble. When the two run away to a B&B in the Colorado Rockies, they bring together an unlikely quartet who must face an impending disaster while dealing with broken family relationships and a crime that may unravel their lives.
Jamie – 17, Helen’s daughter. An overachiever, academically and athletically.
Helen – late 30’s, Jamie’s Mom . High-strung, Over-protective
Nick – 17, Jamie’s best friend. A good kid deep down, well meaning, but trouble follows him.
B.J. – Late 20’s, Owner of the Tumbling Inn. A cynic, dislikes having people around.
Joe – 30’s to 50’s, the local Fire Chief. All Business. (Also reads radio and announcer voices)
Narrator – Reads stage directions and sets scene.
Questions? Contact the Mary Godfrey Playhouse 638-6543 and request to speak with Justin Batson or email firstname.lastname@example.org