AUDITION – Sunday, January 24th, 5:00 pm @ AMELIA MUSICAL PLAYHOUSE
If you can’t attend, but would like to be considered, contact Chad Miller email@example.com prior to the audition date for other arrangements.
Prepare to sing a 1-minute music selection of your choice. Bring your own accompaniment. No pianist, but wireless amplification will be available.
“The story has, at its center, a love triangle between an agoraphobe, a highway toll collector & an exotic dancer with an unhinged ex-boyfriend. A Greek-chorus-esque trio of trailer park women helps guide the narrative, playing any character/gender they choose while breaking the fourth wall at whim to air their own dirty laundry. The result, a sense of informality & community–the lifeblood of neighborhoods everywhere.”
*Adult language is used during the show.
BETTY-Any Age- F-Db She is the manager at Armadillo Acres. She, Lin, & Pickles help tell the story while sharing glimpses into their lives.
PICKLES–Any AGE but generally younger than most of the other characters- A-F Comically dense. She might or might not be pregnant. She also pretends to be Tina, Pippi’s friend from back home.
LIN-Any age- G-E Likes to come across as edgy & aggressive. She’s married to someone on death row & monitors everyone’s electricity usage.
JEANNIE 35-50- F-Db Married to Norbert, she has met with a tragedy & has become agoraphobic.
NORBERT 35-50- A-Eb Married to Jeannie, He is a toll collector with marital issues that meets a stripper, Pippi, in a chance encounter & creates a dilemma that has the whole trailer park involved.
DUKE 20’s- D-G The ex-boyfriend of Pippi from Oklahoma that’s very high strung & out to get her back.
PIPPI 20’s-30’s- F-F New in town. Comes to town looking for a new beginning, but things aren’t working out as planned. She works at the Litter Box Show Palace & finds herself troubled in her new life as trouble from her past is catching up. Dances in a strip club during show. NO nudity!
Music & Lyrics–David Nehls
Book by-Betty Kelso
Directors–Chad Miller & Jeff Groden-Thomas