Directed by: Jay Mower
Produced by:Brent Stringfield
Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. No appointments necessary. Please bring headshot and acting résumé.
Call backs (if necessary): 7:00 pm, Wednesday, June 15.
First cast meeting: 7:00 pm, Thursday, June 16
Rehearsals begin: Week of August 1
For additional information contact the director, Jay Mower, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JOHN – (40's) peculiar, intelligent, dull, mild, rather ordinary, pedantic, self-deprecating, shows dogged perseverance and is capable of a range of emotions from politely placid to seething anger
SALLY – (late 30's) trusting, steadfast, committed, patient, loyal, accepting, poised and very attractive with an authentic love for her husband, Mark
MARK – (late 30's - early 40's) good looking, poised, outgoing, immaculately dressed, composed, confident, duplicitous, womanizer
A man obsessed with pinning the blame for his wife’s accident on someone enters the Driscoll home and shatters their marriage.
“So powerfully applies the tricks of suspense that the audience dared not to cough for fear of missing the next
turn of the screw.” —The London Times