Auditions Announced for EVERY DAY BUT MONDAY by Vaslav Race

MISC_Auditions2EVERY DAY BUT MONDAY by Local Screen Writer/Playwright, Vaslav Race
Directed by Judy Berrens

Auditions will consist of cold reading from the script

Roles:   3-6 Female/2-4 Male, Age Range: mid 20s – early 40s

Some actors may take on multiple parts

  • Sunday, July 25 2:00pm – 4:00pm
  • Monday, July 26th 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Evendale Bell Tower Arts Pavilion
3270 Glendale Milford Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45241

A Romantic Comedy Drama. It centers around two political consultants (fresh out of college) who initially meet each other in a Savannah, Georgia hotel bar on Leap Year of 1992 (Saturday). Every Leap Year (February 29) always falls around the same time of Presidential Election Primaries. In this case, Mason Brandon & S.J. Henshaw are in the state of Georgia for the March 3, 1992 Democratic primary. Mason is a campaign consultant for candidate Jerry Brown. S.J. is a campaign consultant for rival candidate Bill Clinton. Despite being on two different campaigns, the two become romantically involved with each other that weekend. This despite one of them being engaged to be married. When the rendezvous is nearly over, Mason (almost as a joke) suggests that they should re-unite exactly four years later on Leap Year of 1996. S.J. takes him up on his offer. This is a catalyst for reunions for the two of them on Leap Year of the following years 1996 (Thursday), 2000 (Tuesday), 2004 (Sunday), 2008 (Friday) and 2012 (Wednesday). *If you notice on the six different days, one day is missing. Hence the title. Marriages, break ups, divorces, children, future rival campaign candidates (including different political parties), different cities never get in the way of them re-uniting every four years for twenty years.

Show Dates:  September 24-26

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