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Cast Announced for GOOD PEOPLE at Fairfield Footlighters

fflFairfield Footlighters and director Darren Lee are happy to announce the cast of GOOD PEOPLE.

The cast includes:

  • Margaret – Alicia Friedman
  • Stevie – Cameron Johnson
  • Dottie – Gail Rudolph
  • Jean – Elizabeth Hickerson
  • Mike – Neil Goeppinger
  • Kate – Rachel Marion

Thanks to all who auditioned and we hope to see you again in the future!

GOOD PEOPLE runs November 18-20. More info can be found at fairfieldfootlighters.org.

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FFL_And Then There Was None logoAND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Fairfield Footlighters
Sept. 23-25
Fairfield Performing Arts Center

Directed by Kate Brauer-Bell
Produced by Dan Schindler and Anna Brown

Cast: Jeff Hamilton as Rogers, Cathy Judge as Mrs. Rogers, Dan Schindler as Fred Narracott, Kayla Swelbar as Vera Claythorne, Chase Engel as Philip Lombard, Grant Zentmeyer as Anthony Marston, Jacob Campbell as William Blore, Jeff Carter as General Mackenzie, Jodi Strother as Emily Brent, Kevin Noll as Sir Lawrence Wargrave & Justin Huddilston as Dr. Armstrong

Ten strangers are summoned to a remote island. All that the guests have in common is a wicked past they’re unwilling to reveal and a secret that will seal their fate. For each has been marked for murder. As the weather turns and the group is cut off from the mainland, the bloodbath begins and one by one they are brutally murdered in accordance with the lines of a sinister nursery rhyme.

  • Fri, Sept. 23 at 7:30pm
  • Sat, Sept 24 at 2pm & 7:30pm
  • Sun, Sept. 25 at 2pm

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Auditions Announced for GOOD PEOPLE at Fairfield Footlighters

fflWritten by Pulitzer-prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire, this tough and tender play looks at the class divide between the haves and the have-nots:

Welcome to Southie, a Boston neighborhood where a night on the town means a few rounds of bingo, where this month’s paycheck covers last month’s bills, and where Margie Walsh has just been let go from yet another job. Facing eviction and scrambling to catch a break, Margie thinks an old fling who’s made it out of Southie might be her ticket to a fresh new start. But is this apparently self-made man secure enough to face his humble beginnings? Margie is about to risk what little she has left to find out. With his signature humorous glow, Lindsay-Abaire explores the struggles, shifting loyalties and unshakeable hopes that come with having next to nothing in America.

Directed by Darren Lee
Produced by Kevin Noll

Thursday, September 8 from 7:00pm-9:00pm
Saturday, September 10 from 12:00pm-2:00pm

Fairfield Community Arts Center – 411 Wessel Drive, Fairfield, OH 45014

Please reserve an audition slot at the following link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d4ea5aa2aa4f5c70-auditions2

  • Walk-ins are also welcome!
  • Please come prepared to read from the script.
  • Please provide a headshot/resume if you have one.
  • Be prepared to list conflicts from October 3-November 20.

Rehearsals begin Occtober 3 and are typically Mon-Thurs evenings from 6:30pm-9pm, but could vary pending actor availability.

Show dates are November 18-20, 2022.

Character Descriptions: 2 Men | 4 Women

  • MARGARET: white, female, stage age 40-50, a woman who has lived her whole life in the South end of Boston (commonly known as Southie). With a GED and no college education. She has never been able to earn much more than minimum wage. She is the single mother of an adult daughter with severe developmental impairment
  • STEVIE: white, male, stage age 25-30, The son of an old schoolmate of Margie’s, Stevie has also grown up in Southie but the fact that he is in the younger generation seems to give him a different perspective. He is still looking ahead, not necessarily feeling stuck. He is Margie’s boss at the Dollar Store.
  • DOTTIE: white, female, stage age 55-65, Margie’s landlady and babysitter to Margie’s daughter when Margie is at work. There is a certain amount of animosity between Dottie and Margie but their situation and backgrounds tie them together and give them at least a tenuous sort of friendship.
  • JEAN: white, female, stage age 40-50, Margie’s best friend, she has the nickname “Mouthie of Southie” for her tendency to say exactly what’s on her mind.
  • MIKE: white, male, stage age 40-50, grew up with Margie and Jean but left South Boston to go to school and eventually became a successful doctor. He now lives in a much more affluent section of Boston with his wife and daughter.
  • KATE: African American, female, stage age 30 to 35, Michael’s wife. She comes from a well-to-do family herself and is a professor at Boston University.

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Cast Announced for AND THEN THERE WERE NONE at Fairfield Footlighters

fflCongratulations to the cast of AND THEN THERE WERE NONE.

  • ROGERS – Jeff Hamilton
  • MRS. ROGERS – Cathy Judge
  • FRED NARRACOTT – Dan Schindler
  • VERA CLAYTHORNE – Kayla Swelbar
  • PHILIP LOMBARD – Chase Engel
  • ANTHONY MARSTON – Grant Zentmeyer
  • WILLIAM BLORE – Jacob Campbell
  • EMILY BRENT – Jodi Strother
  • DR. ARMSTRONG – Justin Huddilston

Thank you to all who auditioned!

Shows are September 23-25, 2022

For more information visit www.fairfieldfootlighters.org.

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Auditions Announced for AND THEN THERE WERE NONE at Fairfield Footlighters

fflFairfield Footlighters and director Kate Brauer-Bell invite you to audition for AND THEN THERE WERE NONE.

  • Wed, July 27 from 6:30-9pm
  • Thu, July 28 from 6:30-7pm

Fairfield Community Arts Center
411 Wessel Drive
Fairfield, OH 45014

Use the Sign Up Genius link to reserve your audition time.

  • Please come prepared to read from the script.
  • Please provide a headshot/resume if you have one.
  • Be prepared to list conflicts from August 2-September 25.
  • Callbacks (if needed) will be from 7-9pm on Thursday, July 28.
  • Rehearsals begin August 2 and are typically Mon-Thurs evenings from 6:30pm-9pm, but could vary pending actor availability.

Show dates are September 23-25.


  • Thomas Rogers (30s – 50s) He is a competent, middle aged manservant, not a butler but a house parlor man. He is quick and deft and just a trifle specious and shifty. “A tall lanky man, grey-haired and very respectable.” He and his wife are hired to handle housekeeping and cooking for the guests on Soldier Island. To the guests he appears dignified and dutiful but when their backs are turned he is shady and disrespectful.
  • Ethel Rogers (30s – 50s) Thomas’ wife, she is a worried, frightened looking woman. “She is pale and ghostlike with a flat, monotonous voice. Very respectable looking with her hair dragged back from her face. She had queer, light eyes that shift the whole time from place to place. Frightened of her own shadow she looked like a woman who walked in mortal fear.” She is also a bit of a gossip.
  • Vera Claythorne (20s) She is a school teacher who comes to the island to act as a secretary for the mysterious owners. “Nice looking, very young lady but the ordinary kind, not glamorous, no Hollywood touch about her.” She is practical and careful but also a romantic. She and Lombard are attracted to one another.
  • Phillip Lombard (25 – 30s) He is attractive, lean, well-tanned with a touch of adventurer about him. He is very taken with Vera. With a pleasant, easy voice he is resourceful and creative, always cracking jokes and used to be a soldier in Africa. He is hired to watch out for any trouble that may occur on Soldier Island. “Moves like a panther, smoothly and noiselessly.”
  • Anthony Marston (20s) A creature of sensation and of action he is a rich, athletic, and handsome youth. He likes to drive recklessly and seems to lack a conscience. He shows no remorse for his actions.
  • Emily Brent (40s – 80s) She is a bible thumping, self-righteous old biddy who so badly shamed a young, unwed pregnant girl in her employ that she took her own life. A sour old maid who never consciously feels any remorse. “She is enveloped in an aura of righteousness and unyielding principles.”
  • Sir Lawrence Wargrave (50s – 70s) Lately retired from the bench he is obsessed with justice and with death. He is a hanging judge and speaks in acid tones. When the guests realize they are being hunted and killed they turn to him because of his air of authority and leadership skill. “Frog like face, hunched up attitude, pale shrewd little eyes that always looked half asleep.”
  • Dr. Armstrong (40s – 50s) A successful doctor who comes to Soldier Island because he is told the owner, Ms. Owen, is sick. He is a recovering alcoholic who accidentally killed a patient during surgery as he had had too much to drink. He is preoccupied with maintaining his reputation and success. He is also very gullible, slightly timid and has a weak personality.
  • William Blore (40s – 60s) An ex-police inspector who is hired to come to the island under false pretenses. He is practical and careful but has very little imagination. Well built, his experience inspires others to look to him for advice. He is loud and bold and frequently takes initiative but also makes frequent blunders. His attempts at blending in with the more refined guests makes for a comedic effect (think Detective Colombo).
  • General Mackenzie (60s – 80s) A general in WWI he is the oldest guest on the island. Still proud but losing his grip on reality. Upright soldierly man with a tired face. Very gentle and kind. He sent a soldier on a very dangerous mission who subsequently was killed because he found out he was having an affair with his wife. Make this character your own, Ms. Christie gives very little in the way of his description.
  • Fred Narracott (20s – 70s) A boatman who brings supplies and guests to Soldier Island. He appears onstage at the beginning of the play and is referred to throughout.

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