A number of people attended auditions for six short plays by Alamogordo, New Mexico playwrights that will be showcased as a fundraiser for the Theatre on the Hill Guild on August 28-30, 2015. Attendees read through each play with parts assigned by Connie Breding, NMSU Drama Professor. The plays are: Social Insecurity, Mal's Practice and Search for Rosie's Balls all three by Robert Trowbridge, And Come Back a Star by Joylyn Mercouris, Seventeen Minutes by Carolyn Dittmer and One-Hundred and Two Stories by Carla C Crittenden (Kerr).
Everyone was pleasantly surprised at the level of the plays and came to a common conclusion that this Fall Fundraiser will be a grand success. The first auditions were held on Friday, June 19, 2015 at which several new people attended and added to the excitement of the play readings.
Be sure to mark your calendars to attend. The Guild needs your support and the actors need your enthusiasm as an audience. You will not be disappointed!
There will also be a Silent Auction during the production and, if you are reading this and have something you would like to donate for the auction, call Carla Kerr, guild president, at 921-6218 and she will be happy to pick up your donation.
Douglas A. Kerr, Photographer took random shots during the audition as people got into each character.
|Monica Helm intently listening. No audition is complete without Monica!|
|Viviane Ackall, Guild member and supporter as well as mother of a couple of budding actors|
|Scott is an excellent musician and always ready to add to the production|
|Connie Breding addressing the group and Robert Trowbridge, playwright/actor|
|Eli Holmes, actor/singer|
|Victoria Kennedy and her brother, Jeremiah Crosby, well known thespians|
|Mia Rascon, most recently played Tolly in "Tolly and Pat" Spring Production 2015|
|Jeremiah and Gavin reading a play|
|Victoria reading a part|
|Deep concentration by actors|
|Aaron Palmer, also last cast in "Tolly and Pat" this Spring|
|Alan Gonzales, most recently in "Tolly and Pat" and "Chaos at the Concert"|
|Mia reading while Carla looks on|
|Carolyn Dittmer, actor/writer/journalist|
|A pensive Carla C Crittenden (Kerr), author, playwright/actor|
Thanks to Douglas A. Kerr, Photographer.
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