Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Auditions: All The Better To Kill You With




The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts (TAPA) is excited to announce open auditions for All The Better To Kill You With, a classic whodunit with a twist, where we not only get to see whodunit, but also how they plan they whole thing and carry it out.

Written by Fred Carmichael and directed by Brett Duer, All The Better To Kill You With is a clever interweaving of truth and falsehood that produces a tapestry of tension. The carefully planned deception almost works until truth rears its head and a brilliant structure of cunning
topples. The audience sees everything, so the question is not "whodunit," so to speak, but rather will the murderer be found out. The result is high tension and good dramatic excitement.

Auditions will be held at The Barn Community Playhouse Saturday May 30th starting promptly at 1:00 pm, and Sunday May 31st starting promptly at 5:00 pm. The Barn Community Playhouse is located at the corner of 12th & Ivy, in Tillamook, across from Les Schwab Tires.

TAPA is looking to fill the following roles for this production:
  • Evelyn Hopkins: female role, 20s-40s, a bit cold with a keen sense of humor
  • Erica Travers: female role, 20s-40s, married to Douglas, warm personality and active sportswoman
  • Russell Livingston: male role, 20s-40s, successful businessman and active sportsman
  • Douglas Travers: male role, 20s-40s, brother to Paul, married to Erica, attractive, pleasant but quick tempered
  • Paul Travers: male role, 20s-40s, brother to Douglas, outwardly conceited and inwardly weak
  • Chief Inspector Henderson: male role, 30s-50s, wry sense of humor and very alert
  • Sergeant Roger Parkins: male role, 20s-40s, on his first major case and very overzealous
All The Better To Kill You With performances will run August 14th - 29th

Audition packets are available by emailing info@tillamooktheater.com, or here All The Better Audition Packet

TAPA is a non-profit community theater dedicated to providing high quality performing arts experiences through entertainment, education, and community participation.

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