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2024 Auditions

Murder On The Orient Express

Directed by Duff Taylor









Cast: 5 males ages approximately 30-65+, 5 females ages approximately 25-75+

Auditions:  Monday, August 5 at 7 pm. Callbacks Tuesday, August 6.

Production dates: September 12-21

Audition Notes: This play has several characters who speak in dialect, so if you have proficiency in Belgian, British, Swedish, Scottish, French, Russian, and Hungarian dialects, please be ready to demonstrate that during your audition.

Be ready to list all conflicts on a provided schedule. Rehearsals will usually be held Monday– Friday nights, depending on director and cast conflicts. Monday, September 2nd, is Labor Day and is intended to be an off night but can be open for scene work if actors feel it is needed.

Audition Sides: Click here for sides (portions of the script) to be read during auditions.

Role Descriptions: Click here for more information.

Synopsis:  Famous detective Hercule Poirot is called back from Istanbul to London on urgent business. He intends to book a first-class compartment on the Orient Express, run by his former friend and colleague, Monsieur Bouc. The train is surprisingly full, but Bouc manages to secure Poirot a spot in the first-class cabin. While aboard the Orient Express, Poirot meets a host of peculiar characters: an aging Russian princess, her Swedish companion, a Hungarian countess, a Minnesota housewife, a Scottish colonel, an English governess, a French conductor, a disagreeable American businessman, and his anxious secretary. While aboard the train, the angry businessman, Samuel Ratchett, corners Poirot and demands Poirot to investigate a series of ominous letters that have been sent to Ratchett, threatening his life.

As a snowdrift halts the Orient Express in its tracks, Ratchett is found stabbed multiple times in his locked train compartment. Poirot is tasked by Monsieur Bouc to solve the murder, as the killer could still be in their midst. As Poirot investigates, conflicting clues and convoluted alibis lead him to dead ends. Over the course of 48 hours, will Poirot be able to solve the case of the Murder on the Orient Express?


The Outsider

Directed by Tina Dale

Cast: 4 males ages approximately 30-60+, 3 females ages approximately 20-50+

Auditions:  Monday, October 7 at 7 pm. Callbacks Tuesday, October 8.

Production dates: November 14-23

Synopsis:  Gubernatorial candidate Ned Newley is terrified of public speaking. His poll numbers are horrible, and he seems destined to fail. But wait – his political consultant has the perfect plan! This insightful, witty comedy skewers politics and celebrates democracy. It’s funny, timely, and dare we say, entirely possible.