Thursday, April 6, 2017

urgent casting notice - MY MAN GODFREY - Don Bluth Front Row Theater

URGENT CASTING for My Man Godfrey

Don Bluth Front Row Theatre
For the role of-
 Godfrey Parke

Harvard educated but not a snob. He is decisive, quiet and intelligent, and throughout the play, a quiet sense of irony keeps him sane. Irene brings him out of his shell.

Saturday, April 8th at 10am
Don Bluth Front Row Theatre
For appointment, contact Director Gary Caswell at
Or text at

Rehearsals begin 4/11
Performances start 5/11

Godfrey Parke- Harvard educated but not a snob. Decisive, quiet and intelligent.

Must look 25-45

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.

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