Auditions for “Screwtape”

November 18 and 19

6:30 to 8:30pm in the Rep Lobby

SHOW DATES: January 17-19, 23-25 at 7:30 pm
Sunday Matinee January 26 at 2:00 pm

“Screwtape” by John Forsyth / Directed by Dawn Farr

Screwtape, a senior devil from hell, has delegated some authority to a junior fiend, Wormwood, whose assignment is to seize the soul of a very human and lovable young man. This might be called a devilish dramatic contest with high-level meaning thrashed out in terms of brilliant low-level comedy. The rather charming Wormwood is being critically supervised in this, his first case, by that extraordinary devil, Screwtape. Advice from this old hand from hell is devastatingly perceptive of human foibles and, despite the love of a wonderful young girl, our young man is in terrible danger. It’s really a close decision and, in a dazzling resolution, we all learn something important about hell, heaven, religion and humanity.


WORMWOOD – 20s-30s – A junior fiend, on his first assignment (physical dexterity required)
SCREWTAPE – 50s-70s – A senior devil, in danger of it being his last assignment
MIKE – 20s-30s – A young architectural draftsman; Wormwood’s “Assignment”
SLUMTRIMPET – 30s-60s – Female fiend; a “Sexpert” (physical dexterity required)
JUDY – 20s-30s – Macadam’s daughter; Slumtrimpet’s “Assignment”
MR MACADAM – 50s-70s – Judy’s father, and Mike’s boss
MIKE’S MOTHER 40s-60s – A widow
JOHN MORTAR – 50s-70s – An older draftsman in Macadam’s office
MILLY – 20s-30s – Secretary to Mr Macadam
REX SKINNER – 20s-40s – A car salesman and “speed-fiend”
QUEENIE – 60s-70s – Landlady of Rex and Milly
MR SPIKE – 50s-70s – Vicar of a local church
English Accent Preferred

3 musicians who will perform live

Female vocalist (soprano preferred)


Rehearsal Notes

Rehearsals to begin November 25
There will not be rehearsal on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day
Some Saturday and/or Sunday rehearsals may be necessary, depending on the weather


Auditions for “Strange Snow”

December 2 and 3

7 to 9pm in the Rep Lobby

SHOW DATES: March 6-7, 12-14, 19-21 at 7:30 pm
Sunday Matinee March 22 at 2:00 pm

“Strange Snow” by Steve Metcalfe /Directed by Jeanne Skattum

“Strange Snow” is a drama about the aftermath of war. It is a homecoming play dealing with two soldiers who, having suffered an ordeal by fire, are trying to come to terms with their demons. In the present we meet two army friends, Megs and David, and David’s sister Martha. The two Vietnam vets unite for a fishing trip to make good on a long lost promise to an old friend. Together they confront the memories of their shared trauma and the loss to each.


2 men – Mid 20s to early 30s
1 woman – Late 20s to early 30s


Rehearsal Notes

Rehearsals begin January 27, 2020


*Scripts available for both shows at the Rep Box Office