Auditions for the Pequot Lakes Community Theater comedy "Bus Stop" are set for May 7-8.
Director is Michael Sander.
Auditioning actors are invited from 6:30-9 p.m. in the high school choir room. The audition process, which will involve reading from the script, will take about a half-hour, so all actors do not have to arrive right at 6:30 p.m.
"Bus Stop" is the story of what happens when a snowstorm forces the ill-assorted passengers of a bus to be stranded overnight in a roadside diner. The year is 1955. There are eight characters (no children), as follows:
• Elma: an intelligent, romantic but naïve high school student working at the diner.
• Grace: owner of the diner, around 40, been around, seen everything.
• Will: local sheriff, down-to-earth older man.
• Cheri: nightclub singer, around 20, flashy but childlike.
• Dr. Gerald Lyman: alcoholic Shakespeare-quoting college professor with a dark secret.
• Carl: middle-aged bus driver with a not-so-secret yen for Grace.
• Bo Decker: young champion cowboy just off the ranch and determined to make Cheri his own.
• Virgil: older ranch hand, guardian of Bo; should play guitar.
If you want to audition but are unavailable at the listed times, get in touch with the director at 218-587-4728 or email@example.com to see if another time can be arranged.
The show will be staged July 11-13 and 17-19 in the Pequot Lakes High School auditorium.
Information is available at www.glapa.info or by calling Pequot Lakes Community Education at 218-568-9200.