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AUDITIONS COMING TO BAS IN 2024 Auditions for a New play!! SHIVA IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN Be a part of a World Premiere! BAS is producing a new play by local playwright, Daphne White, entitled "Shiva in the Garden of Eden" First the meaning of the word: Shiva is the week- long mourning period in Judaism for first-degree relatives following the burial. Now the Synopsis: Shiva in the Garden of Eden is the story of an immigrant family unraveling after the death of an unhinged matriarch. Can the center hold when the mother’s ghost barges in and breaks things? Can a husband risk coming out of his wife’s shadow even after her death? And can the black sheep daughter forgive the sister who betrayed her? Shiva explores the price we pay for being true to ourselves in a family that rewards only loyalty. Auditions: Monday, April 8 at 7pm, Saturday April 13 & Sunday April 14 at 3pm Performances are: Friday— 5/17, 5/24 at 8PM Saturday — 5/18, 5/25 at 8PM Sunday — 5/19, 5/26 at 3PM Requirements: Non AEA/no pay Cold read from the script
AUDITIONING NOW! Bay Area Stage Productions is holding Auditions for THE FOREIGNER Directed by Trey Reeves The scene is a fishing lodge in rural Georgia —the evil plans of a sinister, two-faced minister and his redneck associate; the fact that the minister’s pretty fiancée is pregnant; and many other damaging revelations made with the thought that Charlie doesn’t understand a word being said. Nonstop hilarity! AUDITIONS: 2/9, 2/10, 2/11 at 7PM CALLBACKS: 2/16 REQUIREMENTS: *Cold Read **Provide COMPLETE conflict list ***No AEA LOCATION – The BAS Theatre, 515 Broadway Street in Vallejo REHEARSALS – 2/26 at 7PM Mondays – Thursdays, 7:00 to 10:00 PM *One weekend rehearsal may be called if needed Performances are: Friday 4/19, 4/26, 5/03 at 8PM Saturday 4/20, 4/27, 5/04 at 8PM Sunday 4/21, 4/28, 5/05 at 3PM Character Breakdown: Froggy Lesueur: A British military demolitions expert who occasionally conducts field operations in rural Georgia, Froggy is Charlie’s caring friend and devises the scheme that protects Charlie from having to interact with the other guests at the lodge. Charlie Baker: A science-fiction copy editor for a book publishing house, Charlie is a pathologically shy little man who has a very unfaithful wife, no personality that he can think of, and a need for peace and quiet. He has accompanied his friend, Froggy to a Georgia fishing lodge much against his own better judgment. Betty Meeks: The proprietor of a Georgia fishing lodge, Betty is past seventy, a widow, and a long-time friend of Froggy. She is pleasant, wise in some ways, naïve in others. She is a good-hearted, generous, “down-home” Southerner who speaks the hardy local dialect. Reverend David Marshall Lee: Neither the stereotypical pallid young divinity student nor the hearty backslapping evangelist, he appears to be a regular guy, one that you would like to have on your side. He is not what he seems, however, and he is clearly the brains behind the plot he engages in with Owen Musser to get control of Betty Meeks’s fishing lodge and Catherine Simms’s fortune. Catherine Simms: The very pregnant and potentially rich fiancée of the Reverend Lee, she can be a formidable force and occasionally almost too much for the good reverend to handle. She has a ready wit and a sharp tongue. She badly needs someone to talk to, and, since Charlie doesn’t bother giving advice, he suits her needs perfectly. Catherine is Ellard’s sister. Owen Musser: The Tilghman County property inspector, Owen is a two-tattoo man: one of them, he may have gotten while drunk or on a dare; two of them means he went back for more. Beware of a two-tattoo man. Owen and the Reverend Lee are cooking up a plot to condemn Betty’s lodge so that it can be bought for their own nefarious purposes. Owen, we find, is the absolute stereotype of an ill-bred southern Klansman. **Ellard Simms:**Catherine’s brother, Ellard is an agreeable young man who is a bit slow-witted. He works as a sort of handyman for Betty and needs a considerable bit of instruction in his tasks, but may not be as dull as he seems. He is due to inherit a share of the Simms family fortune, unless the Reverend Lee can convince Catherine that Ellard is too stupid to manage money, or anything else, on his own. Ellard befriends Charlie and even decides to teach him to speak English. **Various Townspeople:**Edith Eliot, Amy Fassberg, Leah Hocking, Bryan Johnson, Andy Mellon, Steve Peck, Theresa Plikaitis, Robert Wells.