AUDITIONS TONIGHT for The 1940's Radio Hour
The story of "The 1940's Radio Hour" takes place in late December 1942 at WOV, a small, run-down radio station with no shortage of big characters. Everyone from the curmudgeonly stage doorman to the bobbysoxer to the flask-happy crooner have gathered to record a broadcast for the troops overseas--and sing the decade's most popular songs, like "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," "That Old Black Magic," and "I'll Be Seeing You."
The auditions will take place from 7-10pm in
Classroom #5 at the United Methodist Church of Port Washington, 35 Middle Neck Road, Port Washington, NY 11050. Auditioners are asked to park in the North lot and enter through the glass doors near the church.
For instructions on what to prepare (though songs and scenes will be on hand for anyone who needs) and complete descriptions of available roles, visit this page:
Those who are unavailable on May 5 may request to be seen early on the first callback day (only) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Callbacks are scheduled for Friday, May 9 from 7:00-10:00pm (Fellowship Hall, United Methodist Church of Port Washington), and final callbacks may be held on the afternoon of Saturday, May 10 (time/location TBD, this event will not be held at the United Methodist Church).
More info available at: http://www.portwashingtonplaytroupe.com/