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For Adult Productions Auditions: Auditions notices for adult productions are sent out prior to each audition. If you would like to be added to our audition mailing list, contact Ann Hedger, Programming Coordinator, at 440-951-7500, ext. 103

For Youth Theatre Productions: Audition notices for youth theatre productions are NOT mailed out but WILL appear in the newspapers listed to the right. Audition information flyers may also be picked up at The Fine Arts Association.

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The 19th Annual One Act Festival – Quirky, Quick & Hilarious

Directed by Ann Hedger

David Ives. David Lindsay-Abaire. What do they have in common? Besides being award-winning playwrights, this season’s festival features a collection of one acts by each of them which are…wait for it…quirky, quick and hilarious. (Rated Adult for language and content)

Audition Dates --
Friday, February 20, 2015 – 6:30 pm (Board Room)
Saturday, February 21, 2015 – 1:00 pm (Board Room)
Callbacks: Sunday, February 22, 2015 – 5:00 pm (Corning Auditorium) by invite only

Rehearsals beginThursday, February 26 – 6:30 pm
Performance datesApril 17, 18, 19, 23, 24 & 25, 2015 – 7:30 pm (Fri/Sat), 2:00 pm (Sun)

– Call 440-951-7500 x103 for appointment (1/2 hour slots in groups of 6 to 8).
- Come prepared to read from the scripts

Adult Ensemble of approximately 10-15 men and women - Mixture of ages: early 20’s to 60’s
Actors may be cast in more than one piece
No AEA contracts available for this production


The Universal Language – David Ives
1 M, 1 W (Mid 20’s to 40’s), 1 M (walk on at end)
Learning a universal language brings together a young woman with a stutter and the creator and teacher of Unamunda, a wild comic language. Their lesson sends them off into a dazzling display of hysterical verbal pyrotechnics – and, of course, the possibility of love.

Words, Words, Words – David Ives
2 M, 1 W (20’s and up)
Recall the physical adage that monkeys typing into infinity will sooner or later produce “Hamlet”, and then ask: What would monkeys talk about at their typewriters?

St. Francis Talks to the Birds – David Ives
2 M, 1W (any ages), 1 W (walk on at end)
A comic excursion into death and dying in which the holy man meets a couple of desert vultures waiting to turn him into dessert.

Moby-Dude, or: The Three-Minute Whale – David Ives
1 M (20’s-30’s who can play 17-18 teenager)
A stoned-out surfer dude summarizes Melville’s classic for his skeptical high-school teacher in a high-speed monologue. Bodaciously tubular, man!

Crazy Eights – David Lindsay-Abaire
2 M, 1 W (20’s to 40’s)
When Connie comes home late one night, she finds her parole officer waiting in her apartment with a….torte….and a long list of questions. The interrogation (which turns into a courting dance) that follows gets complicated by the after-hours arrival of a friend of Connie’s.

That Other Person – David Lindsay-Abaire
2 M, 3 W (30’s to 60’s)
Tonight is the night Ginge and Kevin are going to tell their respective spouses the marriage-shattering secret they’ve been keeping from everyone. But their bombshell gets put on the back burner when a lovely peeping-tom, with secrets of her own, falls in the pool and nearly drowns.

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