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Auditions for All My Sons
Location: Colonial Chorus Players, 1249 Main St. Reading, MA
For more information, contact the Director, Mark Baumhardt, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Production Dates: May 20 – June 4.
Auditions will consist of readings from the script. Familiarity with the material is encouraged, but not required.
Character descriptions as follows:
Joe Keller (45-65) – The charming, congenial, and bombastic patriarch. Uneducated, but street smart. Stubborn, but proud. Volatile, yet lovable. What lengths will he go to protect his family?
Kate Keller (45-65) – The slightly nervous, yet loyal matriarch. Caring, yet troubled. Loving, yet bitter. She is filled with hope, yet carries a secret.
Chris Keller (30-40) – The intelligent and head-strong son. He’s charismatic, yet carries doubt. He is idealistic and naive. He’s in love, yet conflicted.
Ann Deever (30-40) – Chris’s fiancè. Formerly engaged to Chris’s brother Larry. Intelligent and cunning. Ambitious and practical. Level-headed, yet emotional. She is in love, but are there other motives?
George Deever (30-45) – Ann’s brother. Successful attorney, yet lonely. Socially repressed and scared. Easily charmed. Unsure of his life choices. Righteous.
Frank Lubey (30-45) – The neighbor. He married George’s high school sweetheart. A kind, simple family man. He is into horoscopes. Avoids trouble. Insecure.
Lydia Lubey (30-45) – Frank’s wife. George’s former girlfriend. The one that got away. Cheerful. Happily domestic. A bit ditzy. Helpful. The perfect neighbor.
Jim Bayliss (35-50) – The neighbor. A family doctor with ambitions to do more. He is stifled by domestic life. A straight shooter with a dry sense of humor. A friend. Admires Joe, yet something is not quite right.
Sue Bayliss (35-50) – Jim’s wife. Caustic yet charming. Resentful yet friendly. . Suspicious of the Keller’s. Cunning. A straight shooter you do not want on your bad side.
Bert (8-11) – Neighborhood boy that has befriended Joe. A boy with a strong imagination. (Bert appears in two scenes.)
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