by S.T.A.G.E. Bulverde
Aug. 21 (2022)
Three different couples in one famous hotel suite. A long-married pair whose relationship could be on the verge of an early checkout. High school sweethearts who seem headed for an extended stay. And a mother and father of the bride ready to get their daughter’s wedding started—provided they can get her out of the bathroom.
AUDITIONS AT STAGE THEATER
NEIL SIMON'S "PLAZA SUITE"
Coming SUNDAY Aug 21st at 2pm.
DIRECTOR: LOU GARZA
CAST OF CHARACTERS NEEDED
Forty eight years old and fine with it. A pleasant and affable woman, Karen has allowed herself to look middle aged because she knows she is middle aged. She is witty, and down to earth. She is also secretly hoping the visit at the suite will bring her and her husband closer together. (It is their Anniversary, she thinks)
Sam is Fifty years old but can not come to terms with it. He is trim, incredibly neat and well tailored. Sam needs to know he looks good, and also that others know he looks good. He goes to great strides to keep the years at bay, with exercise and a meticulous diet. Sam is a workaholic, but not just because he likes to work.
Jean Mc Cormack
Jean is Sam’s secretary and highly efficient. She is well groomed, attractive, and bright and cheerful at 28 years of age. She is also Sam’s mistress.
Younger man, eager to please and will visit as long as he needs to get his tip.
A confident Forty year old Hollywood producer who has made his success but still feels his life is missing the kind of relationship he had in his teens with Muriel. He has one purpose in seeing Muriel.
In her late thirties, very attractive and still seems somewhat naïve. She is warm, and generous, and very impressed with Jesse. She is unsure of meeting with him, and yet can’t seem to make a decision to stay or go. She claims to be happily married…..
Dressed as mother of the bride and trying to appear calm in a crisis with every one EXCEPT her husband. Married to a Type A personality, she sways from trying to keep him in calm and in control while passively and aggressively taking a stand for herself.
The father of the bride with the bills to prove it. A competitive business man, out of his league when dealing with emotions and marrying off his daughter.
The young confident groom, a man of few words. (Literally)
A nervous bride, afraid of having her marriage turn out like her parents’ marriage.
Two waiters are also needed in the play. Open to anyone regardless of age/appearance.