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BACP Announces Auditions for "Morning's at Seven"
By Tourism Industry Partner
The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse is pleased to announce auditions for “Morning’s at Seven” by Paul Osborn on Sunday, February 6, 2011 at 5:00 PM. Directed by Deborah Bradshaw. Morning’s at Seven is a charming family comedy set in small town America, circa 1938. Its plot revolves around the four Gibbs sisters, their husbands, a son and his long-time fiancé, and depicts the relationships of four sisters who have lived close to each other for all sixty to seventy years of their lives, perhaps a little too close. Their comfortable world gets thrown into a tailspin when the son of one of the sisters brings home his fiancé to meet the family. Morning’s at Seven is about characters, relationships, and what can happen when one monumental event changes everything for nine unsuspecting participants.
The cast of 9 requires 4 women and 3 men who can play late sixties to early seventies. Also needed are a man and a woman who can play mid thirties to mid forties. There will be cold readings from the script. Audition Forms and Performer Fact sheets are available for download in the Audition section of our web site www.bacptheatre.com .
Directed by Deborah Bradshaw, this will be the fifth production in BACP’s 31st Season “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Clue.”
For further information, contact the Broken Arrow Community Playhouse Box Office at (918) 258-0077. Box Office hours are Monday through Friday, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. You may also send an email to the BACP at email@example.com.
The BACP is located in The Main Place at 1800 S. Main in downtown Broken Arrow. The BACP is a member of the Tulsa Area Community Theatre Alliance and the Oklahoma Community Theatre Association. All productions are made possible in part by grants from the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Contact: Sherry Hacker