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 Open Casting Call

“God of Carnage” by Yasmina Reza, Translated by Christopher Hampton.

Sarah Robards, Director


Auditions: November 4 & 5, 1-3 at Woodbury Park and Rec Department

 7 Mountain Road, Woodbury, CT

[Next to Historic Old Town Hall]


Performance dates: January 19-21 & 26-28, 2018

 Historic Town Hall, 5 Mountain Road, Woodbury, CT


Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, this dark comedy deals with two sets of parents who meet to have a civilized discussion regarding a playground altercation between their 11-year-old sons. What starts as a cordial meeting, quickly unravels. As tensions arise, the adults become increasingly childish, and the evening descends into chaos.


Characters (2M/2W):


Alan Raleigh – 40-55+ – Annette’s husband, a successful, high-powered attorney. Obsessed with work, and somewhat ruthless.


Annette Raleigh – 35-50 – Alan’s wife, works in wealth management. Superficially acquiescent, but a bit phony.


Michael Novak – 40-55+ – Veronica’s husband, successful self-made wholesaler. Initially appears to be laid back, but has plenty of opinions.


Veronica Novak – 35-50 – Michael’s wife, volunteers in an art history bookstore. Writing a book on Darfur. Altruistic, also tense and controlling.


Auditions: November 4th & 5th, 1-3 pm at Woodbury Parks and Rec, 7 Mountain Road, Woodbury. Callbacks: November 7th, 7-9 pm, if necessary. Be prepared to read from the script. A perusal copy of script will be available at the Woodbury Public Library.


Rehearsals: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7-9 pm, beginning Tuesday, November 14th. No rehearsals Thanksgiving week and Christmas week.


Community Theatre at Woodbury
Woodbury Parks and Recreation Department, 7 Mountain Road, Woodbury, CT


Publicity Contact: Sherry Swanhall • (203) 263-5613 •

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Woodbury, Connecticut and its neighboring towns are saturated with history and charm. Our area’s unique combination of bucolic surroundings and unpretentious chic is the perfect setting for inspiring the arts and providing an environment for local performers and artists to showcase their skills. The Community Theatre at Woodbury (CTAW) was formed in 2013 in response to the community’s expressed desire for quality live theatre. CTAW‘s mission is to involve local folks and businesses in providing and promoting quality entertainment and community service through the theatre arts, including children’s theatre. With a nod from the town’s leaders, CTAW, which is a non-profit, self-supporting program of the Woodbury Parks and Recreation Department and is run entirely by volunteers, was offered a home in one of Woodbury’s most distinguished buildings: the Historic Town Hall at 5 Mountain Road, Woodbury, Connecticut. Our desire is to involve as many people within our communities ... Read Full
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