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Auditions for "Home for the Holidays"

Award: A part in the play

Deadline: 09/23/2019

Guidelines link: Click here for guidelines

Disciplines: Theatre

Location: Local (Cleveland Area)

Organization: Strongsville Community Theatre

Auditions: Sunday, September 22 at 1:00 PM and Monday, September 23 at 6:30 PM (or by appointment).
Strongsville Senior Center, 18100 Royalton Road, Strongsville, Ohio (behind the Target store).
Those auditioning will read from script excerpts.
Call Gregory J. Lavelle at (440) 724-4538 or email lavellearb@aim.com for more information or to schedule an audition.

Production dates: December 6, 7, 8
Home for the Holidays, by the writer of the OCTA awarded comedy, Jake’s Dilemma, is a dramatic comedy set in Brooklyn, New York. The story centers around the Kelly family, and brothers Brad and Jim. Sullen older brother, Brad, has not recovered from the murder of his father seventeen years earlier and has vowed never to get over it until he sees dad standing in the middle of the dining room on Christmas Day. Family discord erupts as naïve young brother, Jim, announces his plan to bring a mysterious and potentially dangerous homeless man to Christmas dinner. The play focuses on the real-world problems of homeless people in the United States and the strength of the family unit. Expect no dry eye at the conclusion.

CAST OF CHARACTERS:
JIM KELLY Caucasian, male late 20’s (LEAD)
BRAD KELLY Caucasian male, 35 (LEAD)
KATHARINE (KITTY) KELLY Caucasian female, 20s (MAJOR)
MARGARET (MOM) KELLY Caucasian female, 60 (LEAD)
HOMELESS MAN Caucasian male, 50s to 70s (LEAD)
BOB Male, 20s (MINOR)
CHERYL Female, 20s (MINOR)
JERRY Male, any age or race (COMEDIC)
ANDREW Any age, gender, race (MINOR)
CLERK Any age, gender, race (MINOR)
WOMAN Any age, race (MINOR)
NURSE Any age, gender, race (MINOR)
Those auditioning will read from script excerpts.
For more information, to receive script excerpts or to schedule an audition at times other than listed above, contact Gregory J. Lavelle
at (440) 724-4538 or lavellearb@aim.com