LITTLE THEATRE OF MANCHESTER AUDITIONS FOR OTHER DESERT CITIES
The Little Theatre of Manchester is auditioning Jon Robin Baitz’s Other Desert Cities for an April production. Auditions are Sunday and Monday, December 15 and 16 at 7 pm, at Cheney Hall, 177 Hartford Road, Manchester. No monologues required, will be readings from the script. All roles are open. Rehearsals begin in February. The show is directed by Hunter Parker.
Lyman Wyeth: (Late 50’s to late 60’s): Kind and gentle patriarch. A Hollywood B actor with some celebrity and charm who turned that into political influence. He is conservative but with a sense of humor about himself and a deep love for his family.
Polly Wyeth: (Late 50’s to late 60’s) Lyman’s wife. Graceful and acerbic matriarch. She has been active for decades in the Republican Party. She is deeply devoted to the preservation of her social standing, her family and the health of her husband.
Brooke Wyeth: (Mid 30’s to 40’s) Lyman and Polly’s adult daughter. She is a professional writer who has been living in New York after a mental breakdown. Her tortured relationship with her family has centered on her opposing Liberal political views.
Trip Wyeth: (Late 20’s to mid 30’s) Brooke’s brother. Witty and self-effacing. He is a TV producer for reality TV – in a family obsessed with his intellectual, older sister’s mental health. He assumes the role of second banana with grace.
Silda Grauman: (late 50’s to late 60’s) Polly’s sister. Creative, fragile, and funny. A former B movie writer, and the Bohemian, polar opposite of her sister. She is fresh out of rehab.
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