Tokyo Olympics: “Angel Street” Olympic Theater Arts Auditions

“Angel Street” tells the story of a woman slowly driven mad by her malevolent husband.
Through her own strength and the interaction of others, she is finally free to make her own decisions.

Auditions are scheduled for Olympic Theater Arts’ “Angel Street” director Ginny Holladay, looking for actors to play the following roles:

• Mrs. Manningham, the woman — whimsical, imaginative, intelligent;
be played by an actor who identifies as a woman in her 20s to 40s. • Elizabeth, the head housekeeper — shy, caring, fearful; be played by an actor identifying as female in their 40s or 60s.

• Detective Rough, the detective — loud, wise, courageous; be played by an actor identifying as female in their 40s or 60s.
• Mr. Manningham, the husband – charismatic, intelligent and ruthless; be played by a male identification actor in their 30s or 50s.

• Nance, the maid — carefree, persuasive, naïve; be played by an actor identifying as female in their 20s or 30s.
“I am especially thrilled to lead Angel Street,” Holladay said, “with its timeless warnings about how easily it is possible to destroy someone through mental coercion and the importance of empowering those who empower them. need most.”

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to participate in this production.
Callbacks — along with auditions for anyone who can’t make the first audition — are scheduled for 11 a.m. on January 8 at OTA.

Audition forms and scripts will be available on the day of the auditions.
Callbacks — along with auditions for anyone who can’t make the first audition — are scheduled for 11 a.m. on January 8 at OTA.

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