By Christopher Durang
Directed by John Cooper
Dentity Crisis is a play by the Tony award winning playwright Christopher Durang. Durang’s writing is known for being outrageous, wild, and funny. His play, ‘Dentity Crisis is an existential commentary of the modern era and an exploration of the stream consciousness of a girl coming of age in the 1970’s. It’s a wonderful play with with the feel of a vaudevillian cabaret and "I love Lucy" on a drug induced trip while taking us on a journey of history. It confronts the complicated issues that occupied the minds of those who lived during the modern era generation, featuring fun characters with off-the-wall dialogue in an imaginative world from Jane’s mind.
Produced by UW-Madison at U.W. Mitchell Theatre, 821 University Ave, Madison
Performances: February 28 - March 14, 2014
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Auditions will be held on the following days:
The Graduate program at the University of Wisconsin is currently casting for the role of Mrs. Summers from the play ‘dentity Crisis by Christopher Durang. The play is scheduled to perform in the Mitchell Theater February 28 - March 14. Rehearsals would begin January 27 between 6:30 PM - 10:30 PM.
Woman: (AGE 25 - 40) Wife who plays Mr. Summers after he returns from gender reassignment surgery. She is an intellect who is reasonable and genuinely cares for Jane mental health. Actors of all types are encouraged to submit, though we are open to ethnicity. Send resume and headshot to firstname.lastname@example.org.