The Geneva Theatre Guild will hold auditions for Two Faces of Drama, at the Presbyterian Church, Park Place, Geneva, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 27 and Wednesday, July 28. The production features two original plays by Geneva playwrights Jay Hanagan and Charles King.
Hanagan’s Foibles is about an elderly woman coming to terms with the fact that she is going to die that very day. Her robot house servant and her daughter keep her company as she puts her last bits of unusual business in order. Foibles will be directed by Geneva Theater Guild President Larry Ann Evans.
The Iris Principle, written and directed by King, is a series of
telephone conversations between career military officers, a man and a woman, during the months of a national crisis. The play is part espionage thriller and part think piece.
Foibles, requires two women, 55-75 and 25-45 and one man, 35-55. The Iris Principle requires two men and two women. Age ranges (appearance): men 25-40 and 35-70, women 35-65 and 20-60. No advanced preparation is required for auditions.
Two Faces of Drama will be presented September 3 and 4, at Anthony Road Winery, just south of Geneva.
For more information call Larry Ann Evans at (315)946-6686 or visit
the Guild’s web site at www.gtglive.org.