Cast: Ricky Glore, Ali Delianides, Alicia DeVore, Chance Kilgour & Billy DeVore. Photo by Brian Lamm Media. Party Bus logo by Dylan Grubish.
Cincinnati, OH – In the tradition of sketch comedy shows like Saturday Night Live and The Second City, Cincinnati’s very own PARTY BUS is revving up for a night of comedy inspired by nightlife antics, couples’ game nights, the Tri-State’s rich history, and much, much more!
The Clifton Players are proud to announce PARTY BUS as the inaugural show to kick off their season. Performances run Saturdays at 8pm from March 2-April 13 with an approximate run time of one hour and 20 minutes. Ages 18 and up.
The cast and sketch writers include Ali Delianides, Alicia DeVore, Billy DeVore, Ricky Glore & Chance Kilgour. Additional material by Amanda Teemley. Featuring music by Riley Bachman. PARTY BUS is produced by Clifton Players and We Are Productions.
Performances take place Liberty Exhibition Hall – 3938 Spring Grove Ave – Cincinnati OH 45223. The Liberty Exhibition Hall in the Northside, is newly open to the public after 73 years. Over a century ago, vaudeville acts would fill this space and entertain audiences with their wide ranging acts of performance artistry.
Free street parking is available as well as a pay lot next to Littlefields.
Tickets are $10 at the door or available online at partybus.brownpapertickets.com.
PARTY BUS: An Interactive Comedy Show!
CATEGORY: Non-Equity Audition
AUDITION LOCATION: Liberty Exhibition Hall 3938 Spring Grove Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45223
AUDITION DATES: SATURDAY 10/20 from 12pm-2pm, SUNDAY 10/21 from 12pm-2pm, CALLBACKS TUESDAY 10/23 from 7pm-9pm
PARTY BUS is an interactive comedy show taking place at Liberty Exhibition Hall, which brings an audience on a voyage to examine party cultures through every ridiculous lens possible. We all have different ways to unwind and celebrate, so let PARTY BUS take you on the road to good times and laughs! This show will have music and comedy. Anyone who loves musical theatre should sign up.
CASTING: Males and Females (Must be 21+ of age) Bonus, but not necessary: Strong background or interest in sketch comedy. NON-UNION.
TIME COMMITMENT: Some weeknight and a weekend afternoon rehearsals leading up to Saturday performances February 2nd – March 30th at 8pm
MATERIAL TO PREPARE: Sides will be provided at the audition.
For consideration and to schedule an audition, please send your headshot and resume with the subject line “PARTY BUS AUDITION.” Please indicate if you have a day and time audition preference, in your email.
Reply to email: weAREproductions15@gmail.com
Mindy Heithaus, Eileen Earnest & Carol Brammer.
THE DROWNING GIRLS
Liberty Exhibition Hall [Northside]
Directed by Bridget Leak
Cast: Mindy Heithaus, Eileen Earnest & Carol Brammer
Bessie, Alice and Margaret have two things in common: they are married to George Joseph Smith, and they are dead. Surfacing from the bathtubs they were drowned in, the three breathless brides gather evidence against their womanizing, murderous husband by reliving the shocking events leading up to their deaths. Reflecting on the misconceptions of love, married life, and the not-so-happily ever after, The Drowning Girls is both a breathtaking fantasia and a social critique, full of rich images, a myriad of characters, and lyrical language.
- Mon-Sat, Aug. 20-25 at 8pm
- Sun, Aug. 26 at 3pm
- Mon, Aug. 27 at 8pm
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April 27-May 12
Liberty Exhibition Hall [Northside]
Directed by Kristin Clippard
Cast: Michael G Bath, Carol Brammer, Brandon Burton, Eileen Earnest, Peanut Edmondson & Mindy Heithaus
Its New Years Eve at the British Museum and everyone is preparing for a very special night. Tonight’s gala is to unveil the newest archaeological find for the museum, Apollos lost Kylix. As the legend goes, the Kylix is an oracle that would show the Greeks who their soul mate was. Is there any truth to this tale? Will the prestigious intellects at the museum get caught up in its spell? Relationships and sanity get tested in this 1930s style screwball comedy.
- Fri-Sat, April 27-28 at 8pm
- Sun, April 29 at 3pm
- Thu-Sat, May 3-5 at 8pm
- Sun, May 6 at 5pm
- Mon, May 7 at 8pm
- Thu-Sat, May 10-12 at 8pm
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Clifton Players will be holding audition for some of the open roles in their next show
CHAMPAGNE GODS by Emily Dendinger. Seeking non-union actors, positions are paid.
Auditions will be held Thursday December 28 at 7:00 at The Liberty Exhibition Hall (3938 Spring Grove Ave). Please bring resumes and headshots if available. Auditions will be cold readings from the script. More information on the show is listed below. Please email Mindy Heithaus with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Show dates: April 27-May 12. Shows held on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, with one Monday show May 7
Rehearsals: Week of April 8 thru opening of show
Synopsis: CHAMPAGNE GODSs by Emily Dendinger
Holly has made the greatest archeological discovery of the 21st century—an oracle of the god Apollo that shows you the person you’re meant to spend your life with. However, when Holly decides that there’s more to life than archeology, her colleague Will takes it upon himself to change her mind. Set among the marble halls of the British Museum on the night of a New Years Eve gala, chaos ensues as love turns everything topsy turvy. A throwback to the screwball comedies of the 1940s, CHAMPAGNE GODS is a romantic romp about fate, farce and fidelity.
- Arthur Davinport- British, forties, male
An archeological financier, in love with his young wife but not quite over the death of his first wife *(precast)
- Gwendolyn Davinport-American, late twenties, female
Looks like a trophy wife but actually very sweet and loving
- Ethan Davinport- British, fifteen, male
An old soul who likes scheming and Groucho Marx , a bit nerdy but fun
- Holly Stevens- British, early thirties, female
Smart like Katharine Hepburn, an archeologist who used to be with Will but is now engaged to someone else *(precast)
- Will Dewhurst- American, early thirties, male
Charming and funny, like Cary Grant, in love with Holly, an archeologist
- Clarissa Halloway- British, late forties, female
A curator for the British Museum, single and proud *(precast)