By Jesse Jones, Nicholas Hope, & Jamie Wooten
Sunday November 17th 2:30p - 5:30p
Monday November 18th 7p - 10p
You do not have to attend both nights, but it certainly can't hurt! You also do not have to prepare anything for the audition. Sides will be provided.
Director Rusty Thomas is looking for 4 men and 7 women, ages 18 - 65. He also would like to audition some female singers, as there is one song in the show.
The Futrelle Sisters, Frankie, Honey Raye and Twink, are throwing a wedding. Frankie has almost made herself sick with elaborate preparations for her daughter's antebellum-inspired wedding, and the rumor mill in their small town of Fayro, Texas, is working overtime. No surprise there, the Futrelle Sisters have never been strangers to gossip. The sisters ultimately pull together to find ways to keep the unsuspecting guests in the pews, while righting old family wrongs.
Miss Geneva Musgrave - Wedding coordinator and florist
Tina Jo Dubberly - Frankie's oldest twin daughter
Honey Raye Futrelle - Oldest Futrelle sister
Frankie Futrelle Dubberly - Youngest Futrelle sister
Dub Dubberly - Frankie's Husband
Twink Futrelle - Middle Futrelle sister
Nelda Lightfoot - Local psychic
Gina Jo (G.J.) Dubberly - Tina Jo's identical Twin Sister
Justin Waverly - Seminarian
John Curtis Buntner - Highway patrolman, Dub's best friend
Wiley Hicks - Twink's fiance
Patsy Price - Tina Jo's future mother-in-law
January 16, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 2014
Have you ever wanted to be in a show but weren't quite sure where to start? Does your job require public speaking and you'd like to break through some stage fright? Are you interested in what's involved behind the scenes of a theatrical production? Are you looking for something a little different to do on a Saturday evening?
Join us for our introductory workshop on the basics of theatre at FCP. We will focus on building comfort and confidence in your stage presence, be it for an audition, a performance, a classroom speech, or presenting a report to your company execs. Everybody freaks out at an audition--even old pros--and we can help you use that nervous energy in a constructive way.
With the help of Elsa Harchick (B.F.A. Theatre, UM-F), Julie Poulos (B.A. Theatre, UM-F), Jesse Glenn (Administrative & Technical Director, FCP), and other local actors, you will be exposed to a wealth of knowledge and experience ranging from the occasional hobbyist to the New York stage. This is a community enrichment program aimed at those who do not already have training in this field, but we welcome all levels of experience.
This program will also address other areas of interest that don't involve acting. There are many backstage roles to be filled in the production of a play. This is a great opportunity for you or a friend who might enjoy building, painting, costuming, or greeting the public. Our goal here is to build a strong, vibrant community of diverse individuals who can come together to create the magic that is theatre.
Our first two workshops will be held Saturday, November 16 and Saturday, November 23 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
This introductory workshop is free of charge. Please call (810) 235-6963 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for one or both of these dates. You will not need to prepare or bring anything.
The Flint Community Players are located at:
The Tom & Bea Nobles Performance Hall
2462 S. Ballenger Hwy
Flint, MI 48507
We look forward to having you with us to share an evening of ideas, education, discovery, and--most of all--FUN!
Attending on the 16th might give you the confidence boost you need to audition for our next show, Dearly Beloved (hint, hint).
If you have a performance event that needs a stage or a gathering that needs a hall, download this form, fill it out, and send it back to us at: 2462 S. Ballenger Hwy - Flint, MI 48507. Our Board of Directors will review your needs and get back to you.
If you ever thought you would like to be part of the action around here, but maybe suffer a bit too much stage fright to audition, you can always volunteer or join our active membership! It takes a lot of hands to get a play from page to stage. Check out our Volunteer/Membership section for more information on how you can become involved!
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