Union Street Players

proudly announces auditions for

The Night of January 16th

A play by Ayn Rand

March 29th – April 1st, 2012

 

 

Bjorn Faulkner has swindled millions of dollars from investors, investing cash he did not have in order to control the gold trade.  In the wake of a crash, he is facing bankruptcy despite borrowing money from Mr. John Graham Whitfield, a prominent banker whose daughter, Nancy Lee, married Faulkner shortly after the loan.  On the night of January 16th, Faulkner and Karen Andre, his secretary and lover, are in the penthouse at the top of the Faulkner Building in New York when Faulkner falls to his death.  Shortly thereafter Karen Andre is accused of murdering him and is put on trial.  But did she kill him?  Did he commit suicide rather than face his financial troubles?  Or did someone else have a motive for ending his life?  Only YOU, the jury selected from our audience, can decide the fate of Karen Andre!  Come witness (and maybe be a part of) the trial, shift through the evidence, and render a verdict – is Karen Andre guilty or not guilty?

 

Directed by Anne McCullough Kelly with assistance from Cyndi Atkins

 

AUDITIONS ARE OPEN TO ADULTS AGES 18+ YEARS

NO ROLES ARE PRE-CAST

6-9 parts for adult women, 9-11 parts for adult men

Auditions scheduled to take place at the Pella Community Center on:

Saturday, January 14th 1:00-3:30pm

Monday, January 16th, 7:00-9:30pm

Callbacks, if needed on Thursday, January 19th, 7:00pm

Perusal Scripts will be available in the Pella Community Library from December 19, 2011 – January 19 2012

Also looking for people to fill the following technical and backstage roles:

Stage Manager Costuming (play is set in late 1920s to early 1930s)

Light and Sound Design Prop Design

Light and Sound Board Operators Make-up Coordinator

Set Construction

 

For questions or to volunteer for technical/backstage positions, please contact Anne McCullough Kelly at 621-1576

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