WEPG auditions for
An Evening of One Acts
Auditions for West End Players Guild’s second production of the 2023-2024 season, An Evening of One Acts, will be held Sunday, December 17th at the theatre in the Union Avenue Christian Church, 733 Union Boulevard in the Central West End. Please park in the rear and enter via the basement steps. No appointment necessary.
Roles available for one man, age range 50-65; one woman age range 50-65; four men, age range 30-45; and two women, age range 30-45.
An Evening of One Acts consists of six one acts and will be presented in seven performances. Renee Sevier Monsey and Carrie Phinney will co-direct the production. Performances are February 9-11 and February 15-18, 2024. Questions for auditions can be sent to email@example.com. Plot synopses, character descriptions, and audition sides are below.
There Goes the Neighborhood
by Marjorie Williamson
Eleanor: over 50, concerned about the neighbors
Richard: over 50, more concerned about his own house than the neighbors’
A woman has moved in next door…Eleanor is suspicious
by Wayne Rawley
Jack, Brad, David, Steven, Ashley and Bethany are all eight-year-olds…played by adults. They say childlike things, but they say them as adults would.
The girls are telling the boys how things are going to be
Left to Right
by Steven Dietz
Angie, Dee, Ron and Scott are adults aged 30-45.
Who knows who is sleeping with whom and when did they know it?
by Steven Dietz
Chumley, Wagner, Roger, Nelson, Gloria and Betsy are played by adults aged 30-45
We’re creating a political ad – is it important to believe in the message?
Post Its (Notes on a Marriage)
by Paul Dooley and Winnie Holzman
Him, aged 30-45
Her, aged 30-45
Man and woman sketching out their relationship…on Post It notes
A Sunny Morning
by Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero
Dona Laura: over 50
Petra, her maid: aged 30-45
Don Gonzalo: over 50
Juanito, his servant: aged 30-45
Dona Laura and Don Gonzalo meet on a park bench…is it for the first time?
WEPG is hiring — Are we looking for you?
Want to see some great theatre, be part of an award-winning theatre company, and make a few bucks in the process? West End Players Guild is looking for a House Manager. The house manager’s job includes opening and closing the theatre for each performance, scheduling and managing volunteer ushers for each performance, managing patron seating on-site (seating is unreserved) and managing the concession stand.
The stipend is $150 per show. See our Season page for the show dates; shows are Thursday (2nd weekend only), Friday and Saturday evenings at 8; and Sunday afternoons at 2.
If you would like to apply for either job, email ReneeMonsey@msn.com; include relevant resume information and where we can contact you.