Lend Me a Tenor
Mistaken identity, farcical plot twists, double entendres, innuendoes, and constant entrances and exits through many doors. Directed by Richard Boyer.
Show Dates: September 21, 22, 29, October 6, 7
Pax Amicus Castle Theatre
23 Lake Shore Road
Budd Lake, NJ 07828
(973) 691-2100 – Main
(973) 691-4900 – School & Group Sales
(973) 691-5783 – Pax Fax
Box Office Hours:
Open on all Performance Mornings, Matinees and Evenings two hours prior to show time.
Regular Hours: Labor Day to Memorial Day – (Sept 1 – May 31)
Monday thru Friday at 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Summer Hours: Memorial Day to Labor Day – (June 1 – August 31)
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at 10 am to 2 pm
Phone messages may be left at any time at 973-691-2100, but are only picked up during box-office hours
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The Side Order
Auditions for the stage reading of a new romantic comedy (adult themed), The Side Order will be held on Saturday, August 25, 2012 from 12:00 pm- 4:00 pm in the Cabaret Room at the Ramada, 6426 Lower York Road, New Hope, PA, 18938. Auditions will be cold readings from the script. Please bring a 1 minute monologue to the audition. Performances will be October 12 and 13th in New Hope. Director Stephen Stahl seeks 7 women: 30s/40s, early 60s and 70s; 1 man 50s/60s; and 2 men, early 30s.
You may RSVP for auditions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send headshot or resume.
Cast of Characters
Grace Domaco Westchester matron in her late 50’s.
Kathleen Domaco Her daughter, a teacher in her late 20’s.
Willard Domaco III Her husband, prominent businessman. Early 60’s.
Jonathan Waiter and aspiring writer. Early 30’s.
The 20 Voice Woman Head waitress, black. In her late 50’s.
Ted Waiter and aspiring actor. Early 30’s.
Maybelle Deveuroux Internationally renowned screen legend. Early 80’s.
Dale Chef/Owner in his early 40’s.
Jenai Waitress and former runaway, 18.
Anejo Spanish maidservant in her 20’s.
Sr. Boom Boom Transvestite educator in his early 50’s.
Young Grace In her early 20’s.
Young Willard In his late 20’s.
(This play requires 9 actors to play 13 roles. 4 men, 5 women doubling.)