SQUABBLES, Tarpon Arts, 07/29/2018

Theater: Tarpon Arts
Theater Website: http://tarponarts.org/auditions/
Theater Phone: (727) 937-0686

Start date of auditions: 07/29/2018

Tarpon Arts announces its auditions for the hilarious SQUABBLES, a mad house comedy by Marshall Karp. Cast requirements: Jerry Sloan, 38 advertising jingle writer, Abe Dreyfus, 72, retired cab driver, Jerry’s father-in-law, Hector Lopez, any age, Latino handyman, Alice Sloan, 35, lawyer, Jerry’s wife, Mildred Sloan, 66, Jerry’s mother, Sol Wasserman, 70, retired pharmacist, Abe’s neighbor, and Mrs. Fisher, 55, a governess. Abe lives with Jerry & Alice, but of course, it’s not easy, all living together in the same apartment. But that’s the easy part, because Alice’s mother calls and tells them her house has burned down and she has no place to live. Mildred moves in, then the yelling, screaming, and uncontrolled madness begins. It’s wild and fun, but, surprise, everything does work out for the best for everyone. Ages are as described in the script, but could be adjusted based on the available auditionees. Auditions will be held at the Tarpon Springs Cultural center, 101 S. Pinellas Ave. in T.S. on Sunday and Monday nights, July 29th and 30th. Auditions begin at 7:00 PM, plan to arrive early to fill out an audition form. Performance dates are October 12-14 & 19-21, 2018. For further information, contact the director, Rick Kastel at rickkastel@gmail.com, or at 727-804-8804.

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Patricia Bradford

Patricia Bradford

Patricia Bradford holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in Vocal Performance from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. She has performed, directed and produced theatre throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Leading STAGE Magazine has become a consuming passion - one which combines her many artistic skills, theatrical contacts, web development and digital marketing abilities. She is thrilled to be carrying on the vision that was begun by Holley Webster, who founded STAGE Magazine as a small theatrical newsletter in the 1970s. Recently transplanted to St Pete Beach, Florida, Ms. Bradford looks forward to bringing the digital version of STAGE Magazine to new levels of success and expanding regionally.

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