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Upcoming Auditions

The Wisdom Of Eve PosterThe Wisdom of Eve

Mariemont Players and director Dee Anne Bryll announce auditions for THE WISDOM OF EVE, the first show in our 2017-18 season.

Audition Dates/Times:
Monday, May 22nd @ 7 PM
Tuesday, May 23rd @ 7 PM

Location: 4101 Walton Creek Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227

Performance Dates: September 8, 2017- September 24, 2017

Rehearsal begin: Mid-July

Roles: 5 Women; 5 Men (may also cast 2 additional actors to play a variety of small roles) Variety of ages (ages 18 and up)
• Those auditioning will be asked to read from the script
• A headshot and resume would be appreciated

Audition Sign-up: For a time go to: 
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c084eaaad2aa6fe3-mariemont

Walk-ins will be welcome!

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THE STORY: An engrossing and revealing “inside” story of life in New York’s theatre world, told in terms of an unscrupulous ingénue’s rise to Broadway stardom. Adapted from the story by Mary Orr, on which the film All About Eve and the hit musical APPLAUSE were based.


The Silver Whistle PosterThe Silver Whistle

Mariemont Players and director Allan Karol announce auditions for The Silver Whistle by Robert E. McEnroe.



Audition Dates/Times:
• 

Tuesday, June 20th @ 7:00 PM

• Wednesday, June 21st @ 7:00 PM



Location: 4101 Walton Creek Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227



Performance Dates: November 3rd through the 19th, 2017



Rehearsals will begin in mid-August.



Roles:

 10 men - 2 men who can play early 70s, 8 men of various ages (5 are smaller roles)
5 women - 4 women who can play early 70s, 1 woman who can play early 30s



• Those auditioning will be asked to read from the script.
• A photo and resume would be appreciated.

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The Story: Wilfred Tasbinder, a romantically minded tramp, finds a birth certificate for Oliver Erwenter, indicating that its owner is 77 years old. Wilfred decides to impersonate Erwenter and enter a home for the aged. Being a fellow of rich imagination, he takes it upon himself to help the inmates by putting on a bazaar and showing each of them that one is only as old as he feels. Case in point, the attractive Miss Tripp, in charge of the home and more or less in love with the stuffy Reverend Watson, enters a romance with Erwenter and discovers the true meaning of passion. All goes well until Erwenter is exposed by his tramp companion, Emmett. He and Emmett, having appropriated the necessary equipment for the bazaar from neighboring institutions, are in danger of arrest, but Erwenter persuades his victims that the bazaar is a worthwhile cause and ends up the object of universal praise. Erwenter again feels the call of the road and leaves the home, having finally taught the Reverend to show Miss Tripp how deeply he loves her. The Silver Whistle is a sweet and funny comedy guaranteed to please all audiences.