The Village Players of Hatboro has been given a unique opportunity to perform an original play written by Emmy Award winner Ken Levine called A or B? Ken Levine wrote for some of the best loved television shows of all time, including M*A*S*H, Cheers, and classic episodes of Frasier, Wings, and The Simpsons.
Adding to the excitement, Ken Levine will be joining us at the Village Players of Hatboro for part of the production!
Auditions will be held at the Village Players of Hatboro on the following dates:
- Sunday, November 29th at 7 PM
- Tuesday, December 1st at 7 PM
Callbacks, if necessary, will be held on Sunday, December 6th at 3PM
Cold readings from the script will be provided. Actors may also bring a prepared monologue, but one is not required. Rehearsal conflicts should be presented at the time of auditions. Rehearsals begin in January. You MUST be able to make all performances to be cast. Performances are April 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16. (Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm; Sundays at 2 pm). This is a non-union, non-paying production. If you have any questions, please contact director Gina Lutz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A or B? is a two-person play featuring Abby Morgan, a driven young woman about to meet Ben Steele to interview for a high-profile marketing job with his firm. There is an instant connection between them, but will their relationship be business or pleasure? The story follows Abby and Ben through both possibilities, as lovers and as coworkers, and we see what happens when they choose A or B.
ABBY MORGAN: (F, 27-33) Attractive, witty, intelligent, fun. Applying for a job as Marketing Director, with ambitious goals. Tries to maintain the upper hand in their relationship.
BEN STEELE: (M, 27-33) Charming, attractive, confident successful; Ben wants to move his small business into the big-time world of television marketing. Ethical, if a bit of a player.
CREW MEMBERS & NEWBIES
Audition nights are a perfect time to come out, meet the director, and express your interest in helping out backstage, be it in the role of a stage manager, lights & sound operator, concessions, or whatever else you might like to do. They’re also GREAT for first-timers to come out and observe how things are done, maybe express interest in being a helper, or read for a part! You never know what can happen!