Mark Humphrey's new play. Non-Equity. Paid.
Two Afternoons at Kelly’s
An original play by Artie Award winner Mark Humphrey
Directed by Jack Hunter
At Subversive Theatre
Kelly’s is a fictional bar in blue collar, South Buffalo. The action takes place in November of 1963.
This is a non-union production. Paid.
Danny, 38-42, Irish American, WWII vet, blue collar, steelworker, family man, friendly, easy going, reasonably smart, funny. Also a racist and a bigot.
Walt, African American, WWII vet, college graduate with a degree in engineering, fixes juke boxes and pin ball machines, family man, hard working, easy going unless he’s pushed.
Sean, 18-22, Irish American, son of Danny, college student at Stanford, bright, earnest and about to embark on a mission to register black voters in the south.
Patrick, 30-infinity, outgoing, fun loving guy, likes movies, TV, telling jokes, and chatting about everything under the sun even if he has no idea what he’s talking about. He works hard at not doing any work. But you gotta love him.
Rehearsals: April 18 through May 14
Performances: May 15 through June 6 (Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays)
Entire commitment: April 18 through June 6
AUDITIONS - by appointment only
At Subversive Theatre, 255 Great Arrow Avenue, Buffalo 14207
Saturday, October 26, noon to 4 pm.
Monday, October 28, 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
CALLBACKS if necessary
Wednesday, October 30, 6 pm to 9 pm.
Contact stage manager M. Mercurio at firstname.lastname@example.org
requested audition day/time
you will receive day/time confirmation and sides to study and bring to audition