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Sat, Aug 28


Digital Auditions

Auditions: Chagrin Falls by Mia McCullough

Director: Amandanell Bold | Cast: 6 | Rehearsals: September | Performance: October

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Auditions: Chagrin Falls by Mia McCullough
Auditions: Chagrin Falls by Mia McCullough

Time & Location

Aug 28, 2021, 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Digital Auditions

About the Event

Directed by Amandanell Bold

Rehearsals: September 2021

Performances: October 2021

This production will take place in person with one pre-recorded streamed performance.

We are monitoring covid safety and evaluating policies, and the safety of our cast, crew, audience and staff is among our top priorities. Masks requirements will be assessed and may or may not be required for audiences or cast during this production.

We are committed to diverse, inclusive casting. For every production, please submit without regard to ability, race, age, weight, color, national origin, ethnic origin, gender identity, or any other basis. Any specifics integral to the plot or required by the publisher will be listed in the individual announcement.

(Audition information is subject to change)

To live in Chagrin Falls, Oklahoma is to be in the killing business. The town’s major employers are a cattle slaughterhouse and a penitentiary where lethal injection is administered. Whether they work at the slaughterhouse, play preacher or guard to death row inmates, or merely offer a bed and a hot meal to those visiting the prison, each resident of Chagrin Falls makes their living off of death and captivity. A week prior to a particular execution, an Asian-American graduate student comes to town, and though this would-be reporter never gets what she came for, she becomes one of them -  a participant in the killing, and an honorary resident of Chagrin Falls.

Cast: 6 Actors

Irene Delford: 40's-50's, Feminine-Presenting. Owner of the local inn and manager of a bar.

Riley MacDougal: 55, Masculine-Presenting. Veteran. Recent retiree from the local slaughterhouse.

Thaddeus Newell: 21, Masculine-Presenting. Prison Guard. A quiet  and private person.

Patrice Dougherty: 26, Feminine-Presenting. Half-Vietnamese. A graduate student in journalism.

Henry Harcourt: 20, Masculine-Presenting. Prison Guard. Kind and a bit naive.

Reverend: 30's, Any Presentation. Ministers to the town and at the prison.

All characters experience themes of loss. The character of Patrice is subjected to being called a racial slur by the inmate (Voiceover). The character of Henry engages in microaggressions toward the character of Patrice, that is addressed by the character of Irene. The character of Riley experiences great loss and has a heated conversation regarding his experiences during the Vietnam War with the character of Patrice. The characters of Thaddeus and Henry engage in a physical altercation. The character of Patrice explores themes of discovery regarding her heritage, as a Vietnamese child adopted at a young age into a white American family.

Content Warning: This production contains mature language and themes; loss, grief, the death penalty, and race.

Please contact for more information regarding perusal scripts and content.

Auditions will be online (Zoom) on August 28, 2021, with in-person Masked Callbacks on August 29, 2021.

Rehearsals begin in September.

Sides and access to the Zoom meeting will be provided via link sent prior to the auditions.

A small stipend will be provided.

Please contact the Box Office with additional questions.

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