LANGLEY PLAYERS AUDITION NOTICE for the play - BUS STOP
Sunday October 27, 7:0010:00 pm
Monday October 28, 7:0010:00 pm
Open audition with cold reads from the script.
Headshots and résumés would be appreciated.
About the Play
Set in a road-side diner during a snowstorm, this play portrays the experiences of people struggling to connect. The unlikely ensemble of characters in this comedy is faced with making serious decisions in their lives. Bus Stop was first staged in 1955 a year perched on the edge between the perceived age of innocence and the new world of the 60s which was about to unfold.
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