Thursday January 20th 7-9pm & Saturday January 22nd 1-3pm
Setting: all action occurs in a Las Vegas chapel
Time: the play takes place in the present over a span of approximately 18 months
Sandy – The wedding chapel owner. Four-times-married-three-times-divorced owner of a wedding chapel in Las Vegas.
Wedding #1: The Payback
Bev – The angry bride: Recently dumped, Bev is intent on a revenge marriage, but with the benefit of actually loving the man she is using to get even. Mid to late 20’s – naïve and romantic
Stan – The angry groom: Dumped by his wife, he is determined to marry the ex of the guy who got his gal. Still carrying a major torch for his former wife, revenge seems the right thing to do. Mid-late 20’s.
John – The Elvis minister who works next door: He is able to play Elvis at the drop of a sequined hat, but has a sensitive, non-cynical side. 40s-50s.
Wedding #2: The Comeback
Vanessa – The older bride: A fading actress who saw her glory days in a beach-blanket-bongo spy vs spy sitcom. Well-kept glamour. 50’s
Bryce – The older groom: A fading actor who wants to capture his bygone days when surfing against the Soviets was his life. A one-time pretty boy, still a very well-groomed groom to be. 50’s
Lou – The minister: A bit off in some ways, but watches well, and has a faint remnant of when he was once an Elvis to be reckoned with. 70’s
Wedding #3: The Real Thing
Fiona – The bride, tough ex-con: Fiona never got a chance to make life work – bad home life, poor choice in friends, even worse choice in boyfriends, now recently paroled and united with her postman pen pal love. 20’-30’s
Marvin – The groom, gentle postal worker: As well versed in post codes as his scriptures, Marvin knows to look on the inside and past the tattoos for an eternal companion. 30’s-40’s
Fist – Scary friend of the bride: Obey the fist. 20’-30’s
Wedding #4: Sandy & Ken: The Epilogue
Ken – Sandy’s ex-husband, drunk: cameo role. (40s-60s)
All characters from previous scenes will reappear in this scene.
Auditions will be held at the Ingersoll Theatre of Performing Arts, 88 Thames St. S. Ingersoll. Scripts are not available ahead of time, all actors will be asked to do a cold read. For further information, please contact director Dennis Angyal at firstname.lastname@example.org. Performance dates are Apr. 22, 23, 24*, 28, 29, 30*, May 1* at 7:30pm. *Matinee performances at 2:00pm.
Please Note: ITOPA is required to follow Ontario government Covid-19 guidelines, and all who enter the building need to provide proof of vaccination and wear masks.
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