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BRIDGE Auditions This SUNDAY!

AUDITIONS: Sunday, March 10 at 2pm and Monday, March 11 at 7pm

PERFORMANCES: May 31, June 1-2 & 6-9, 2024

DIRECTOR: Chris Koslosky

This marks the premiere of Bridge, the first play written by Reggie Barton of New York.  The play has been heard in three staged readings before now, but has never before been presented on stage.

“Bridge” takes a look at the “what if” of a group of bridge playing women who discover that the new fourth in their group is transgender.  How they handle the news is reflective of their individual personalities and the biases and misunderstandings of society as a whole, according to Barton.  A fifth character, the youngest of the group, shows the others a new way to think about the idea of being “different.”

are as follows:

MARY TODD – effortlessly exuberant, socially and civically prominent

FRANCES – intelligent; a bit reserved; somewhat dry wit

JANIE – early-mid 80’s; a generation older than the others; wry and loves to tease

*SALLY ST. JAMES – stylish, intelligent, cordial, well-traveled and accomplished. New to the bridge group, she reveals she is transgender.

JAMES (“J-PAT”) – early 20’s; son of MARY TODD; he has an intellectual disability.

*transgender actress highly preferred for this role.

Auditions will take place on Sunday, March 10 at 2 pm and Monday, March 11 at 7 pm, and will consist of cold reads from the script.  Please sign up in advance on the theater’s website,  Callbacks will be held on Wednesday, March 13 if needed, and casting should be complete by the weekend.  Rehearsals are scheduled to begin the following week, and will consist of 2 hours per night 7 – 9, for 4 nights.  The nights (Sun/Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu will be determined by the preferences and convenience of the cast.

Any questions, please feel free to contact director Chris Koslosky at (717) 269-3011 or