CLICK HERE to sign up for an audition appointment.
JULY 19 – AUGUST 3, 2019
A Fast-Moving Farce by Marc Camoletti
Directed by: BJ Cleveland
All evening performances 7:30 PM
Sunday Matinees 2:30 PM
Dupree Theater, Irving Arts Center
It’s the 1960s and swinging bachelor Bernard couldn’t be happier. He has a fantastic flat in Paris and three gorgeous stewardesses all engaged to him. Of course, the ladies know nothing of each other…yet! Bernard’s perfect life gets bumpy when his pal Robert drops in for a visit and a new and speedier Boeing jet throws off all of his careful planning. Soon all three stewardesses are in town simultaneously…timid Robert forgets which lies to tell to whom…and catastrophe looms! Fasten your seat belts, Boeing, Boeing is landing in Irving.
High Energy Farce with fast-paced comedic actors. Must move well, some physical demands required. (falling over furniture, etc.)
Saturday, April 20 - 12:30PM - 3:30PM
Sunday April 21, 6 - 8pm
Callbacks: Monday, April 22 - 6:30PM - 8:30PM
2333 N. Rochelle St Irving, TX 75062
Corner of Rochelle and Story Rd
WHAT TO PREPARE:
Please bring a head shot (recommended) and resume.
Cold readings from sides from the show. Sides provided on Web site if possible. Script on reserve at MILC Studio office.
· Bernard (30 - 40s):
An American bachelor who resides in Paris, working as an architect. Bernard has the air of a "ladies man" who believes he has the female sex figured out. He is charming and attractive, but a seductive scoundrel. He is engaged to all three air hostesses, and uses flight timetables to keep "one up, one down, and one pending," ensuring the women are never in his apartment at the same time. He is proud of his deception, until it starts to unravel (along with his confidence).
· Robert (30 - 40s): -
An old friend of Bernard's who travels to Paris from Wisconsin. A shy, sweet, small-town boy, Robert initially disapproves of Bernard's situation-though he can admit it has its advantages. He admires Bernard's ability to keep things balanced. Soon, however, Robert is caught up in the game himself, trying to keep Bernard's plan intact and stop his own anxiety from spinning out of control. (Extreme physical comedy.)
· Berthe (mid 30's - 60):
Bernard's French housekeeper. Berthe is an obedient and meticulous maid, which makes her integral to Bernard's charade, but she isn't shy about voicing her growing dissatisfaction with Bernard's revolving-door lifestyle. Wonderfully sarcastic and blunt; also exhausted and exasperated. (French accent required.)
· Gloria (20s - mid 30's):
Bernard's American fiancée with a strong appetite for love, success, and unique food. She is an air hostess for TWA. Playfully cunning, confident, strong-willed, and not afraid to speak her mind. Politically progressive for the 60s, and is often offended when people do not share her opinion. (New York accent required.)
· Gabriella (20s - 40):
Bernard's Italian fiancée. She is an air hostess for Alitalia. Feisty and seductive, she is incredibly smart and much more independent than she initially appears. (Italian accent required.)
· Gretchen (20s - 40):
Bernard's German fiancée. She is an air hostess for Lusthansa. Dominating but loving, she is full of intense passion that can switch between soft and sweet to loud and destructive in a moment. She is both intimidating and extremely attractive. (German accent required.)
Location: 2333 N. Rochelle St Irving, TX 75062
Irving Community Theatre (dba MainStage Irving-Las Colinas) is an IRS 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization.
Funded in part by the City of Irving through the Irving Arts Board.
© MainStage Irving - Las Colinas • 3333 N. MacArthur, Suite 300 • Irving, TX 75062 • 972.594.6104