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Upcoming Auditions

Boeing-Boeing
by Mark Camoletti

Contact: colleenrenzullo@gmail.com or 860.689.5819
Auditions: Monday August 15th 2016 at 7 pm & Tuesday August 16th 2016 at 7 pm

Location: Goshen Old Town Hall, 2 North St., at the Rotary Junction of Rts 4 & 63, Goshen, CT 06756

Goshen Players Inc. will be holding open auditions for its fall comedy, Boeing-Boeing written by Mark Camoletti.

The production will be directed by Colleen Renzullo. Auditions will take place on Monday August 15th 2016 at 7pm & Tuesday August 16th 2016 at 7pm at the Goshen Old Town Hall, 2 North St., at the Rotary Junction of Rts 4 & 63, Goshen, CT 06756.

The production will open on October 21st and run through November 5th, 2016.

All roles are open for audition. Additional audition times may be arranged if needed. To schedule an alternate time send an email to: colleenrenzullo@gmail.com or find us on Facebook. Please send your desired date and time.

Casting Details:

Casting calls for two men and four women; all roles are open for men and women over the age of 18.
Bernard– an architect and lothario who has three fiancees
Berthe– Bernard's French Housekeeper
Robert– Bernard's old school chum (from Wisconsin)
Jaqueline – the French fiancée and air hostess
Janet – the American fiancée and air hostess
Judith – the German fiancée and air hostess

About Boeing-Boeing:

A classic farce is set in the 1960s: swinging bachelor Bernard has his flat in Paris and three gorgeous stewardesses in love with him. In fact, all three are engaged to him, knowing nothing about one another. But Bernard's perfect life gets bumpy when his timid friend Robert comes to stay and a new, speedier Boeing jet throws off all of his careful scheduling. Soon all three stewardesses are in town simultaneously, uneasy Robert is forgetting which lies to tell to whom and catastrophe looms. It all boils down to juggling timetables and keeping a reliable maid who never forgets to change the photographs.