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Auditions June 12 & 13 at 6:30 PM   (Please be prompt)

Show Run Dates : Aug 19 - Sept 4

Cold Readings provided.


Agatha Christie’s
The Rule of Three


Three Directors! * Three Casts! * 25 Roles available!


Three Stories of Intrigue from the Mistress of Suspense

 

Afternoon at The Seaside
By Agatha Christie


Directed by KC McCloskey


A whimsical day by the sea in a British resort. An emerald necklace has been stolen and the Inspector has to investigate an extraordinary mix of characters.

 


Roles
Bob Wheeler – Also 30s with a terrific wag, and sure to be the life of any gathering.
Noreen Somers – A Good looking, rather blowsy woman of thirty-odd with enormous vivacity.
Arthur Somers – Wearsan overcoat and scarf to the beach, very grey and tired.
George Crum – Elderly, fat, and outwardly submissive to Mrs. Crum.
Mrs. Crum - 52, Overly talkative and overly critical of others.
A Mother A mother.
A Young Man A young man.
Beach Attendant – A very old man in uniform with rheumy eyes and a red nose.
Mrs. Gunner – A possessive old battle ax.
Percy Gunner – Mrs. Gunner’s son – a nice but sad young man.
The Beauty – A true pin-up girl wearing a bikini. She looks exotic, but there is more to her than meets the eye.
Detective Foley – A tall, uniformed figure,

 

The Rats
By Agatha Christie


Directed by Larry Lewis

Adulterous lovers, Sandra and David are called to the Torrances’ flat for evening drinks. However, no one is home. What first appears to be a simple mix up of dates turns to something far more sinister when the pair are locked in and, all at once, framed for murder.


Roles
Sandra – A smart, attractive woman of 30. Very much aware of her own sensual attractions.
Jennifer – A vacant faced young woman of Thirty-odd, a bit of a cat and not as silly as she seems. She has a rather affected manner.
David – A good looking man of 38, behind his charm and manner you sense a certain hardness and ruthlessness. An ambitious man.
Alex – A young man of 28 0r so. A dandy type. Elegant, amusing, but inclined to be spiteful. He has an artificial manner and dressed to the height of fashion, even wearing gloves.

The Patient
By Agatha Christie


Directed by Michael Weiss


The Patient, known as Mrs. Wingfield, has been horribly injured in a fall from her balcony. Unable to communicate, it could have been an accident, attempted suicide or worse still a cold-blooded killer bent on murder. As relatives gather round her hospital bed the tension builds as an ingenious device helps Mrs. Wingfield convey a message that could solve the mystery.

Roles
Lansen – a tall gangling young man with spectacles
Nurse – a tall, good looking woman, competent and correct, slightly inhuman, and completely submissive to everything the doctor says.
Dr. Ginsberg – A dark, clever looking man in his mid-fifties
Inspector Cray – A middle aged man of delusively wild appearance.
Bryan Wingfield – a short stocky man in his 30.s
Emmeline Ross – Ross’s sister, A tall grim woman of forty.
William Ross – short, 30’s, mercurial in temperament.
Brenda Jackson – A tall, extremely pretty woman of 25.
The Patient – A woman with a severe head injury.

CAST FOR HARVEY

 

MYRTLE MAE SIMMONS.................................ALLIE MITCHELL

VETA LOUISE SIMMONS.................................KIRSTEN McCAIN

ELWOOD P. DOWD..........................................JAWN GROSS

MRS. ETHEL CHAUVENET..............................SHANTEL KAY

DUANE WILSON...............................................ANDRE CONCEPCION

DR. SANDERSON............................................JOSH HERRERA

DR. CHUMLEY..................................................MIKE NASCA

JUDGE OMAR GAFFNEY.................................MICHAEL MEYER

CAB DRIVER....................................................DENNIS KARLE

BETTY CHUMLEY............................................CHAR NEWPORT

RUTH KELLY....................................................JENN PUZ

 

DIRECTED BY...................................................LARRY LEWIS

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR...................................WAYNE GARDNER