Starlight Theatre will be holding auditions for two young female roles in the comedy “Harvey” at Mark and Jane Zussman’s home, 1918 Tecumseh River Road, Lansing 48906, on Thursday, December 9th from 7-8 pm.
The house is near the airport, south off North Grand River just west of the MLK intersection. If the driveway is full, park on Edgebrook Drive, which is right around the corner. From the west, turn on Tecumseh River Road off Waverly; the house is just past the pond on the opposite side of the street.
Character descriptions below.
“Harvey” will be performed April 29, 30 and May 1; and May 6 & 7.
David L Oswald, our Guest Director, is a Former Associate Professor of Theater/Professor Emeritus at Cardinal Stritch University, 1978 - June 30, 2013·Fox Point, Wisconsin.
He studied Theatre at Michigan State University, graduating in 1974 and attended Hillman Community High School, Class of '68. David also directed at Thunder Bay Theater in Alpena.
He currently lives in Fenton, and has many past ties to Lansing. He directed "Oklahoma" for LCC when it was performed outside at a farm in Mason (approximately the 70's).
Please email Linda at email@example.com for a perusal copy of the script.
The script can also be found at https://www.pellcitycenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Harvey.pdf
Ruth Kelly (21-30), very pretty, young woman. She is sweet & kind & looks for the best in people, in love with Dr. Sanderson
Myrtle Mae Simmons 21-35), plain but not unattractive (Wilson remarks on her “nice figure”), slightly self-centered young woman, looking for a husband