Sun, Jan. 13 at 4-6pm
Mon, Jan. 14 at 7-8:15pm
1530 Central Ave, Middletown, Ohio 45044
Cold Reading form the script
- APRIL 5, 6, 12 at 8:00 pm
- APRIL 13th at 3:00 pm & 8:00 pm
REHEARSAL AND PRODUCTION WEEK COMMITMENT:
Rehearsals begin: March 3
Production Week: March 30 – April 4
Once the show is cast and we have everyone’s conflicts, etc. We will build a rehearsal schedule that will hopefully work for all involved.
Ages are reference points if you think you can pull of the recommended age than please auditions.
- Annabell Armstrong: Female, late 20’s early 30’s
Attractive, intelligent, socialite with political ambitions who dreams of making a difference.
- Young Annabell: Female, 10
intelligent, precocious, able to do a Texas accent.
- Annabell’s Mother: Female, mid 30’s to early 40’s
very attractive, vulnerable, struggling to save her own marriage as well as please her uncompromisingly conservative mother.
- Annabell’s Grandmother: Female, late 50’s to mid-60’s vigorous, resolute, dressed in black, staunch conservative Texas matriarch determined to maintain her family’s social and political power, right or wrong.
- Mrs. Craig: Female, Early to mid-50’s
a long-time sales clerk at Neiman Marcus who always manages to provide a nurturing atmosphere for her stressed-out clients.
- Dr. Maxwell Feld: Male, late 40’s to mid-50’s attractive, a “pull no punches” New York Jewish psychiatrist struggling with his own marriage and his place in Texas society, a fish out of water.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
In a Dallas Texas, Neiman Marcus changing room, on the most important day of her life, Annabelle Armstrong frantically searches for the perfect dress. A rising star in the Texas Democratic Party, Annabelle is trapped in the Reagan eighties. Her political career, love affair, finances, and family relations are in crisis; and strong-minded characters from her past begin to appear from behind the changing room mirror. FIX ME, JESUS is a dark comedy—the hilarious, timely, and poignant story of a woman who finds herself at the epicenter of history and politics, struggling for personal independence and social justice against the lifelong theft of her own power