About the show:
In a CIA safe-house, somewhere in the mountains of Virginia, a secret meeting is about to take place. Newly discovered oil reserves in the Chagos Islands must be protected from the grip of O.P.E.C. One U.S. agent is an inept fool, the other a nymphomaniac, and no one seems to know who the representative of the Chagos Islands is. Hilarious hijinks ensue, and mysteries unravel, in this acclaimed comedy.
Director Gene Scheffler is looking to cast a total of 4 women and 3 men for the show:
Luke James - 25-30
A CIA agent on his first field assignment. We are left to wonder how he ever got the job. Likable, enthusiastic, and hopelessly incompetent.
Daniel Warren - 50-60
Introduces himself as a retired Marine Corps Sergeant, but is in fact a mercenary hired by OPEC. Competent, a "tough guy" with a quick, dry wit.
Margaret Johnson - 35-55
An Assistant Secretary of State. She is professional and good at her job, however, it is the other side of Margaret which brings her character to life: she appears to be run by her libido.
The Reverend Samuel Abernathy - 50-60
A quintessential televangelist, complete with white linen suit and pompadour hairstyle. Arrogant, bombastic, but nevertheless sincere in his beliefs.
Millicent - 25-30
The Reverend Samuel Abernathy's secretary. She is dowdy and unglamorous, a "Plain Jane" who makes no attempt to improve her appearance. Shy, frumpy, compassionate, then finally "a bombshell."
Heather Ann Faraday - 30-35
Introduces herself as the neighbor from the next cabin, but she is, in fact, Daniel's partner and fellow OPEC agent. Glamorous, sexy, and smart, with a great sense of humor.
Ranger Don - Any Age
Is, in fact, Donna Yarid, disguised as a man. But what's her role in all of this? Unassuming, competent, and businesslike.
Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. Performances will be Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, May 17-June 22.
Head shots and resumes are not required, but preferred. Sides are available before auditions. Please contact info@riverfrontplayhouse for more information. Auditions are open to anyone interested, there are no appointments necessary.
Sin, Sex, and the CIA is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc.
Persons interested in assisting with the technical aspects of the production are also encouraged to attend.
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