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Goshen Players will hold auditions for their autumn stage production, DOUBT , A Parable, on Sunday August 20th & Monday August 21st from 7pm to 9pm at the Goshen Players, Old Town Hall on 2 North Street at the Rotary in Goshen, CT.

This show will be Directed by Colleen Renzullo. Casting calls for four featured characters. All roles are open to auditioners, with the exception of Sister Aloysius Bouvier which has been pre-cast.

Sister James: She is in her twenties. There’s a bit of sunshine in her heart, though she’s reserved.

Father Flynn: A priest, Father Flynn, in his late thirties. He is working class, from the Northeast.

Mrs. Muller:   Mother of Donald Muller, she is a black woman of about thirty eight. She’s on red alert.

Auditioners will be asked to read from the script. Please come with a list of your expected calendar conflicts. No appointments needed. Please email the Stage Manager, Kate K Luurtsema, with questions regarding the play or auditions: kate@katekluurtsema.com   or call 860-759-3742. Visit us on facebook or our website for more information about this and other auditions!    goshenplayers.org   Facebook.com/GoshenPlayers49

About the show: Running October 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 @ 8pm & October 15 & 22 @ 3pm on the Goshen Players Stage, DOUBT, A Parable is a gripping mystery that centers around the story of a priest, who’s behavior causes the Sister Aloysius, a Bronx school principal, to take matters into her own hands. Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award and written by John Patrick Shanley, DOUBT, A Parable, will be presented with permission from Dramatist Play Service.

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