Auditions for "Tumbling Inn," the winning script by Carrie Printz in the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players' "New Play Project," will be held on Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 30-31, 6:30 p.m., at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. This is a CLTP Readers' Theatre production.
Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
Synopsis: Jamie is a teen-age tennis champion who talks to the sky. Her best friend Nick can't seem to stay out of trouble. When the two run away to a B&B in the Colorado Rockies, they bring together an unlikely quartet who must face an impending disaster while dealing with broken family relationships and a crime that may unravel their lives.
Jamie - 17, Helen's daughter. An overachiever, academically and athletically.
Helen - late 30's, Jamie's Mom . High-strung, Over-protective
Nick - 17, Jamie's best friend. A good kid deep down, well meaning, but trouble follows him.
B.J. - Late 20's, Owner of the Tumbling Inn. A cynic, dislikes having people around.
Joe - 30's to 50's, the local Fire Chief. All Business. (Also reads radio and announcer voices)
Narrator - Reads stage directions and sets scene.
Questions? Contact the Mary Godfrey Playhouse 638-6543 and request to speak with Justin Batson or email firstname.lastname@example.org