"Perfect Wedding" — Perfect Wedding, written by Robin Hawdon, is the “perfect” combination of riotous farce and touching love story. The groom, Bill, wakes up in the bridal suite on his wedding morning to find an attractive girl in bedbeside him. Unfortunately, she’s not his fiancée! Thanks to a bachelor party hangover, he can't even remember meeting her. Before he can get rid of her, his bride-to- be, Rachel, arrives to dress for the wedding and, in the ensuing panic, the mystery girl gets locked in the bathroom. The best man is persuaded to claim her as his girlfriend, his actual girlfriend is scheduled to arrive at any moment, and the chambermaid gets mistaken for everybody’s girlfriend. The confusion escalates to outrageous proportions by the time the mother-of-thebride arrives. True love triumphs in this hilarious comedy which will have you rolling “down the aisle.”
Performance dates are September 27 – 30, and audition dates are August 6 and 7. According to director Lynn Gilcrease, there are wonderful parts for two men and four women, and everyone is encouraged to audition.
Agatha Christie "Spider's Web" — Mystery by Agatha Christie. Clarissa, the second wife of Henry Hailsham-Brown is known for spinning tales of adventure, but when a murder takes place in her own drawing-room, she finds live drama much harder to cope with, especially as she suspects that the murderer might be her young stepdaughter, Pippa.
Auditions: October 1 & 2,
Performances: November 15 -18, 2012
"Bridge to Terabithia" — Drama by Katherine Paterson and Stephanie Tolan, Music by Steve Liebman. This powerful adaptation focuses the humor, warmth and emotional intensity of Katherine Paterson's Newbery Award winning novel. Jesse, alienated from the pragmatism of his family and rural Virginia culture, draws and dreams of becoming something special. Leslie, the new girl from the city and the ultimate outsider, opens a world of imagination, art and literature for him. Together they create Terabithia, a fantasy kingdom where they are safe from those who don't understand them. Their friendship grows as Jesse's world expands. When tragedy strikes, the strength gained in Terabithia takes Jesse forward on his own and lets him share the magic of his dreams.
Auditions: February 4 & 5,
Performances: March 28-31, 2013
"A Southern Exposure" — Comedy/Drama by Kelley Kingston-Strayer. It’s the story of an impulsive, somewhat immature young woman who was raised by her grandmother and is searching for herself. In one grand moment of impulsiveness, the 24-year-old Callie Belle decides to leave home and move to New York City with her boyfriend of three months. To top it all off, it’s Callie’s last year of college at the University of Kentucky, and her grandmother has no idea if she will finish what she started or throw it all away for a boy.
Auditions: April 1 & 2, 2013
Performances: May 16 - 19, 2013
"Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" — Musical. Music and lyrics by David Yazbek and book by Jeffrey Lane. This musical is based on a popular 1998 film by the same title. It's about two fraudsters living on the French Riviera. Lawrence is a cultivated and suave gentleman who cons rich ladies out of their money. Freddy is a small time American thief who cons women into giving him money by telling made up stories about his sick grandmother. They soon find out that the small French town they live in isn't big enough to support two scammers. The battle between them then starts, with many twists and laughs along the way.
Auditions: April 29 & 30,
2013 at Bowling Green High School from 7 to 9 each night.
Performances: June 27-30, 2013