My Man Godfrey
A Comedy Written by Eric K. Hatch
Directed by Cheryl Schaar
Tuesday March 21st 6-9pm
Wednesday March 22nd 6-9pm
By Appointment only:
Email : Cheryl.firstname.lastname@example.org or
Phone: 480-707-8273 to schedule your audition time slot.
Head shots and resumes required. No web links please.
What to prepare: A one minute monologue and cold reads from the script. (sides will be provided)
All Roles open: men and women ages 20-70
My Man Godfrey, takes place in the mid 1930’s, during the depths of the Depression. Fifth Avenue socialite Irene Bullock needs a “forgotten man” to win a scavenger hunt, and no one is more forgotten than Godfrey Parke, who resides in the city dump by the East River.
In the end, My Man Godfrey is a hilarious comedy about real issues: self-worth, economic survival, purpose in life and the vital role jobs can play in each of these. Godfrey Parke is, finally a job creator. As he says, “ A job is the difference between a gentleman and a bum.”
The production opens May 11th and runs through June 24th
(24 performances, Thursday’s Fridays and Saturdays)
It pays a stipend.