After successfully staging a teen/young adult mystery last fall, Brush Creek Players are pleased to stage another mystery, “It Was a Dark and Stormy Night,” by Bob Greenwade. Open auditions for actors aged 13 to mid-20s will be held on Saturday, September 22 at 1 pm and Tuesday, September 25 at 6 pm. Call-backs will be scheduled as necessary.
“Bob Greenwade has written a play with several twists and turns – and a good dose of plain old fun,” said Michael Wood, who will be directing again this year. “It’s a mystery in the classic style, with a group of strangers gathering together in a mysterious old country home – and it is indeed a dark and stormy night.”
The auditions, which will use cold readings from the script, will be held at Brush Creek Playhouse, located at 11535 Silverton Road between Salem and Silverton (the intersection of Silverton and Brush Creek roads). The show requires 3 to 5 males and 3 to 5 females – if sufficient actors are available, the director hopes to run two complete casts, providing some flexibility in the performance schedule.
The show will open November 2 and run through November 18, with either three or four performances each weekend, depending upon the number of casts.
For further information, contact Michael Wood at 503-508-3682. You also can find “Brush Creek Playhouse” on Facebook or at www.brushcreekplayhouse.com