One show done, and the down time begins, right? WRONG! Auditions for our next show, Murder on the Mesa, is happening this Saturday, May 3rd, so the fun begins again.
This production, written by R-ACT member Larry Spinnenweber and directed by Cheryl Crabb, is all about fun in the 1880’s…with a little bit of murder and a lot of mayhem thrown in. We’ll need the audience’s help to solve the murder of cattleman Hank Trent because this motley crew of suspects (I mean townspeople) all seem suspicious.
Ever thought you had what it takes to be a stagecoach driver, a saloon owner, or maybe a cattle baron? Join us this weekend at auditions to become a member of the Whiskey Flats community of the Arizona territory. Cheryl’s motto for auditions-All Are Welcome! We’re looking for all ranges of experience, and we welcome new talent and volunteers. There’s a first time for everything so if you’ve never acted before, this is could be your chance. While everyone will need to focus on line memorization and rehearsals, Cheryl wants to make it fun and enjoyable. “R-ACT is a fun group, and we’ll work together to put on a great show!”
Don’t want to be on stage? No problem. We still have a job for you behind the scenes. Trust me when I say that we can use all talents. We have prop creation, set design, ticket sales, marketing, concession sales, fundraising, and many other jobs to fill. No show is great without a full team of people making everything work on stage and off.
Even if you only have a couple hours to volunteer, we still want your help. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us you’d like to help. We’ll ‘direct’ you from there-no pun intended (well maybe a little intended-this is theater folks).
The Writer of Writer's Block