The most controversial and talked about play of 1998 begins: “We are going to tell you an old and familiar story.” It parallels the New Testament. Its subject; the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus. But McNally’s Christ is the character Joshua, a young man born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas. Joshua is homosexual and grows up in isolation and torment, an object of scorn. He flees Corpus Christi in search of a more accepting environment, gathering a group of disciples who are bound to him by his message of love and tolerance. Will his plea, that we look upon all souls as equal, fall unattended?
Casting Call for-
John-a writer, younger brother to James
James- a high school teacher
Peter- a young man who sells fish
Andrew- a masseur
Philip-a hustler (early 30’s)
Bartholomew- a doctor and James’ lover
Judas Iscariot- a restauranteur
Matthew- a lawyer ( 30’s)
Thomas- an actor (25)
James The Less- an architect
Simon- a singer* preferably actually can sing
Thaddeus- a hairdresser
*one actor who plays the violin or fiddle is called for.
We are looking for 13 Men around the ages of 18-35
Auditions have been set for the last week of September Monday the 28th and Tuesday the 29th, with times TBA.
The show runs November 13-22 and is through the Dayton Playhouse.
Director -Michael Boyd
Assistant Director- Nicklaus Moberg
Feel free to contact either Michael or Nicklaus for more information.
Michael Boyd- firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicklaus Moberg- email@example.com
or see The Dayton Playhouse page at http://www.daytonplayhouse.org/shows09-10/03Cor.html
Feel free to invite others and we hope to see you come out and audition!