A casting director has one day to find an actor to fill the role of a lawyer in a crime procedural. But what seems like a simple task proves impossible when the pool of actors includes stage thespians who can't tone it down for the screen, performers completely unable to keep themselves in frame, and an actor who seems to believe this
is a toothpaste commercial. Vote for who you think should get the role when
you step behind the doors of a casting session in this hilarious comedy.
BAD AUDITIONS . . . ON CAMERA
by Ian McWethy and Carrie McWethy (McRossen)
June 3, 4, & 5 @ 8pm
Run time is about 45 minutes
There are 2 pricing options for General Admission tickets ($5 and $10), both offering the same access. We encourage you to pay what you want/pay what you can.
Sam Smith, Jeremiah Reeve, and Marty Wayman
Patrick Lee Lucas Emannuel Thurman
BerNadette West-Fugate Amanda Aday
Allie Darden Zach Prugar
Steve Meadows Abby Reeve
Presented by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc
Our friend Jim "Jim D" Daugherty, longtime box office manager (and more) for Studio Players, passed away in October of 2020. Studio’s Board of Directors recently voted to plant a tree in Jim’s memory next to the Carriage House, and it now grows outside the windows – where it can always keep an eye on us.
Jim D was the friendly face of Studio for so many people, greeting
patrons as they picked up tickets on the way in to the shows. A beloved,
devoted, and long-time member of the Studio Players family, Jim’s
imprint runs deep and his welcoming presence will remain part of
the Carriage House. We are grateful for the chance to know and work
with him, and we're glad to always have this reminder of him just
outside. The show must go on, and he
will always be with us as it does,
Strike your harps you happy gang,
who now stand at Heaven's door,
cymbals and drums loudly bang,
dancing on that golden floor.
June 3, 4, & 5, 2021
The Carriage House Theatre is located at 154 W. Bell Ct.
For driving directions, click here.
We accept all major credit cards at the box office, as well as cash or check.