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THE BIG BAD WOLF: An Adult Fairy Tale About Fear, Forgiveness and Sexual Identity
Casting for "THE BIG BAD WOLF: An Adult Fairy Tale About Fear, Forgiveness and Sexual Identity."
by Emmy-winning playwright Christopher Canaan of New Hope.
Produced by ActorsNET.
Directed by co-founder Joe Doyle.
Performances October 25 through November 10.
Sunday, August 25, 2:00 - 5:00 PM
Thursday, August 29, 7:30 - 10:00 PM
No appointments necessary. Auditioners will read from the script.
Comic monologues welcome but not required.
For more information, call Joe Doyle at 215-295-3694.
Actors who cannot make these times may be seen by appointment Labor Day weekend or during the following week.
The Heritage Center
635 N Delmorr Ave
Morrisville, PA 19067
(Route 32, next to the Calhoun Street Bridge; directions by Google Maps are accurate)
After years of incarceration in the Moscow Zoo, the Big Bad Wolf, along with his henchman Wayne Wolf, have escaped and vow revenge on Peter, Red Riding Hood, The Boy who cried wolf, and Sigmund Pig, the last of the three little pigs who have huddled together in Peter's fortress for protection. (Characters playing animals dress and make up in ways that suggest their animal identities, but are not in full animal masks or costumes.)
The cast should be relatively the same age as the characters grew up together. (30-40)
PETER: 30ish, handsome, sincere, and sensitive.
RED RIDING HOOD ("Red"): a fragile beauty.
BIG BAD WOLF ("Bad"): A lean mean, eating machine.
WAYNE WOLF: Bad's henchman. Wannabe Bad
GIRL II: Her epic fear of the Bad motivated her to "reinvent" herself. Trans actors encouraged to audition.