Auditions open for On Cue’s latest production

Gareen Ball will direct Skin Deep.

Think you can play the part of a lawyer with a touch of mid-life madness? How about a loveable but lonely devout Catholic dental hygienist?

Squire Whitting Jr. and Maureen Mulligan are just two of the colourful characters that will appear on stage in Kitimat during Gareen Ball’s production of Skin Deep. The Kitimat director is looking for experienced and novice actors who want to audition for one of the roles in the On Cue Players production:

* Maureen Mulligan – a full-figured, earthy, attractive, lovable, lonely heart who lives in Forest Hills, Queens, N.Y.

* Sheila Whitting (nee Mulligan) – Maureen’s very beautiful sister, fashionable, flamboyant, full of advice; grew up with Maureen in Queens with six brothers, sisters. Sheila married into old Connecticut money and moved to New York’s Upper East Side. Somewhat misguided, Sheila genuinely wants what she presumes is best for everybody.

* Squire Whitting Jr., the handsome “government relations” lawyer in the prestigious family firm.

* Joe Spinelli – an endearing, unlucky, lonely guy from Bensonhurst.

Auditions will be held on Thursday, October 11 at 7 p.m. and on Saturday, October 13, at 10 a.m. Both auditions will take place at 707 Commercial Ave. in the service centre (Wholesale Electric – used to be Pereira’s Furniture).

Three scripts are available to be signed out of the library or contact for a copy.

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