MOONGLOW – Our first show of the 2019/2020 season!
Audition dates and times:
Wednesday June 12, 7pm-9pm
Tuesday June 18, 7pm-9pm
Sunday June 23, 2pm-5pm
Call backs may also be scheduled.
You do not need an appointment to audition. Initial audition will involve reading from the script. A dance call back may be required for some parts. Please bring to your audition a list of any potential conflicts (i.e. vacations/weddings/etc or evenings/weekends you are unable to rehearse for June, July, August, and September). Also note all actors and crew will be required to submit and be subject to a Vulnerable Sector Screen with the OPP.
To make an appointment to audition, for more information, or to view portions of the script before your audition, please contact MoonglowSLT@gmail.com.
Maxine is coping with Alzheimer’s disease and doesn’t want to move into a nursing home, but when she meets Joe, her outlook begins to change. Joe is a widower who shares her affliction, as well as her love for dance. Although the two clash when lucid, their hazy memories overlap and they begin an affair that rejuvenates and fulfills them. Can these lovers — played simultaneously by two senior actors and two younger actors — stay together? This is a story about family, love, and remembering.
September 19-22, 26-29 2019
The Girl – young woman, able to play 16-19 years of age, petite, needs to roughly match height and colouring of Maxine. Good dance skills required. Plays an amalgam of young Maxine and young Theresa, as well as the mom Diane remembers (about age 30).
The Sailor – young man, able to play 18-25 years of age, needs to roughly match height and colouring of Joe. Good dance skills required. Plays an amalgam of young Joe and young Bob.
Benita – woman, able to play 30-60 years of age, any race, size, etc. A few very basic dance steps required. Plays a compassionate and knowledgeable caregiver.
Maxine – woman, able to play 70-80 years of age, needs to roughly match height and colouring of The Girl. Some dance skills required. Plays a previously bitter single mother, now grappling with Alzheimer’s disease (can be playful and aggressive).
Joe – man, able to play 75-85 years of age, needs to roughly match height and colouring of The Sailor. Some dance skills required. Plays a retired widower, also coping with Alzheimer’s disease (can be stubborn and sentimental).
Diane – woman, able to play 30-50 years of age, colouring should be similar to Maxine, any size, etc. No dance skills required. Plays the daughter of Maxine; a single mother who works in a law firm and wants the best for her mother (often frustrated).
Greg – man, able to play 40-60 years of age, colouring should be similar to Joe, any size, etc. No dance skills required. Plays the son of Joe; a dad who sells kitchen remodels and has strong family values (both angry and apologetic).