TWO ONE ACTS:
A Mad Breakfast by Isabel McReynolds Gray
One of the funniest one-acts ever written. Hilarious farce dealing with what happened when Jones and Miss Brown, practical jokers, told each of the guests at their boarding house that Mr. Long, a wealthy visitor, was especially interested in their individual hobbies. Long is told the house is an insane asylum. The results are a riot.
MRS SIMPKINS: the landlady; of a suspecting disposition and inclined to look on the dark side
LIZZIE: the maid-of-all-work; of a melancholy and romantic frame of mind
MISS BROWN: a young lady boarder, kind-hearted and a general favorite
MISS SMITH: another boarder, who, though a stenographer, feels that she would succeed on the stage
MISS GREEN: also a boarder and an artist, who sees “effects” in unexpected places.
MRS HILL: a boarder who has “nerves”
MR HILL: who goes in for spiritualism
MR ROBERTS: a boarder whose appetite is always good.
Mr JONES: a boarder given to practical joking.
MR LOXC: who is of an enquiring turn of mind
When God Comes for Breakfast You Don’t Burn the Toast by Gary Apple
What do you do when “The Almighty” drops in for a casual breakfast? When Harry and Beatrice Katzman are faced with this, the commonplace and the totally unexpected come together in a flurry of humor and excitement. This intriguing and entertaining theatrical experience is guaranteed to leave your audience feeling exhilarated.
HARRY KATZMAN – Forgetful husband of Bea, Harry enjoys time spent in his favourite chair watching the news
BEATRICE KATZMAN – Flighty wife of Harry, She is tasked with coming up with a last minute breakfast for god
GOD – An everyday person with a mischievous sense of humour, a humble deity
Performance Dates: Nine shows, Thurs/Fri/Saturdays April 26 – May 12
St. Albert Dinner Theatre is a volunteer-run community theatre in its seventh season of providing a relaxed, fun atmosphere, with great food and entertainment. We have a growing following of season subscribers and volunteers who keep coming back to join our theatre family for an enjoyable night out. On performance evenings, we are happy to offer meals to performers.
We are looking for hard-working, dedicated performers, who love the team effort of rehearsal and collaboration. If you also know how to swing a paint brush or wield a drill, we certainly welcome the team efforts at production time! All positions are volunteer.
Nothing memorized will be required for the audition. The audition will be made up of 20 minute time slots where we will be doing cold reads of the script, we’re not looking for perfection but an understanding of character and the willingness to have fun with the script.
Resumes and headshots are encouraged. Please include in your email day/time preferences. Email requests to email@example.com
Audition times are Sunday, Feb 11 from 1-4 p.m., and Mon. Feb 12 from 6-9 p.m., at the Kinsmen Banquet Centre, 47 Riel Drive, St. Albert