directed by Norman Hutchins
When romance novelist Paul Sheldon wakes from a car crash somewhere in rural Colorado, he finds the kind smile of Annie Wilkes beaming down at him. She is his number one fan. Having rescued Paul from the accident that’s left him with broken legs, Annie is now nursing Paul back to health. The storm that led to Paul’s accident has caused road closures and power cuts, but Annie has promised to get him to the hospital and to call his agent as soon as she can. But if that’s the truth... then why is his bedroom door locked? As Paul tests the boundaries of his confinement, he pulls a thread that rapidly unravels Annie’s lies. We see just how far a super fan will go to hold onto their hero.
Tuesday, April 18 and Wednesday, April 19 with callbacks April 20; at our theater on the second floor of the Norway Grange, 15 Whitman Street, Norway.
Auditions will consist of readings from portions of the script. No memorization is required.
2 men and 1 woman.
The parts of Paul and Annie will require physical action and movement that includes (but may not be limited to) lifting or assisting in lifting another human, moving one’s own body weight with upper body only, moving furniture and large set pieces, and exerting physical action and effort during dialogue.
Less weight in the casting process will be given to Stephen King's physical descriptions of Paul and Annie than to acting ability and skillful character creation.
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