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Yup. Free. Ed Wilhelms will be conducting another eight week, adult acting class on Monday nights at 7 PM starting April 30th. We will start with the basics that every actor should know and master including movement, subtext, objectives and obstacles and more. Then on to developing your character by discovering who your character really is.  Then we will work our way to the more advanced techniques used to connect emotionally with your character. We will also be… Continue reading

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The Christians is the story of what happens when the Pastor of a mega church decides that a belief held by his members is no longer valid. It’s about how this single change can rock the foundation of the church – even perhaps destroy it.

The role of the Elder was written for a male actor but I will cast a woman as well. The character can be age fifty and up.

Rehearsals and performances will be in Old Lyme.… Continue reading

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Ed Wilhelms will be casting the following roles in “The Christians” by Tony nominee Lucas Hnath.

Pastor Paul – 40’s to early 50’s — Elizabeth, Paul’s wife — Jay, a church elder, 60’s

Auditions will be at the Shoreline Church, meeting hall which is at 287 Shore Road (Rt. 156) Old Lyme, Ct. on Saturday September 30th from 2 to 4 PM and Monday October 2nd from 7 to 9 PM. Rehearsals will start immediately. Performances are… Continue reading

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It is less than two weeks after the attack on the World Trade Center. Nick, a New York Fire Department Captain has come to see a writer, Joan, He has lost most of his men in the attack and needs help in writing the eulogies for some of the memorial services. Nick and Joan spend a day together and in the process of fashioning the men’s stories into eulogies, they discover their shared love for the unconquerable human spirit.

“A… Continue reading

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