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EOU’s theatre program is holding student auditions for “We Happy Few” October 2! Sign-up in the Greenroom in Loso Hall, Room 104.
Auditions for the Eastern Oregon University theatre production of “We Happy Few” are Sunday, October 2 from 5-8 p.m. in Loso Hall, Schwarz Theater, Room 102.
Sign-up for a time slot in the Greenroom in Loso Hall, Room 104. Cold readings will be provided and callbacks will be October 4 at 5 p.m. as needed.
“We Happy Few” by Imogen Stubbs Comedy / Drama Cast: 8-13f; 2-7m; plus extras (range of ages from late teens upwards)
Set: multiple locations based on the real-life Osiris Players, the story of a seven-woman amateur dramatics troupe traveling the countryʼs school-halls and village greens during the World War II. “By far and away the funniest and saddest backstage play for half a century,” Daily Express. Premiere: West End, 2004.
The story: While the men are fighting Hitler and the bombs are blitzing London, these hopelessly mismatched individuals from entirely different social backgrounds embark on a crazy adventure. Crammed into the back of their battered 1920’s Rolls-Royce, a “girls only” theatre company has come together to take the plays of Shakespeare around culture-starved Britain. In amongst the played-out Shakespeare, they are forced to discover what life is like without men, and, eventually, how they must survive when they only have each other.
For more information contact the production director, Mike Heather, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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