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Auditions for Northwest Florida State College Production of Neil Simon's ''Come Blow Your Horn''

Mattie Kelly Arts Center

 


12/3/2009 - The Northwest Florida State College division of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts will hold auditions for its Spring 2010 production of Neil Simon's comedy ''Come Blow Your Horn'' on Thursday, January 7, 2010 in the Sprint Theater at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center on the Niceville campus. Sign-in starts at 6:00 p.m. and auditions start at 6:30 p.m. Callbacks will be held on Friday, January 8, by appointment only.

The director, Clint Mahle, asks that actors come with a prepared one minute modern comic monologue. Rehearsals begin January 9, 2010 and performance dates are March 10 to March 13, 2010. The cast of characters consists of Alan Baker (late 20's, early 30's), Buddy Baker (early 20's), Peggy (early 20's), Mr. Baker (early 50's or 60's), Connie (late 20's, early 30's), Mrs. Baker (early 50's or 60's), and Aunt Gussie who will be doubled with the actor cast as Peggy.

''Come Blow Your Horn'' was Neil Simon's first play, which premiered in the United States in 1961.The play was made into a film released in 1963 starring Frank Sinatra. For more information, please contact Clint Mahle at 729-6007 or by e-mail at mahlej@nwfsc.edu.