Two on the Aisle, Three in a Van
By Mary Lynn Dobson
Directed by Mark Hamdan-Krause
Sometimes the best show isn't onstage but in the parking lot. That's the case in Two on the Aisle, Three in a Van, a comedy where the point of view this time comes from the unsung heroes who call the show, man the spotlights, sew the costumes, count the tickets and suffer through every flubbed line, forgotten prop and missed cue.
Produced by Baraboo Theatre Guild at Baraboo Arts Banquet Hall, 323 Water Street, Baraboo
Performances: April 26 - May 5, 2019
Friday April 26, 2019 Friday May 3, 2019, Saturday April 27, 2019, Saturday May 4, 2019 - 7PM
Sunday April 28, 2019, Sunday May 5, 2019 2PM
Ticket Prices: $40.00 Dinner and show $16.00 Just show
Call 608-620-4284 for reservations or more information.
Auditions will be held on the following days:
Auditions will be 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at 808 Broadway Street, Baraboo WI each night. Auditions will consist of readings from the script. Contact Mark Hamdan-Krause at 608-963-0399 or Mrhamdan2007@gmail.com.
MIKE - director/stage manager, soon to be artistic director, good looking, genuinely nice, mid-30s
JEANNIE - stage manager, wardrobe person, techie in general, has grown to hate the actors, mid-30s to 50s
VONDO - techie, sometime actor, one time pot head, dressed as he was in high school—probably even in the same shirt, owner of the van, late 50s to 60s
JEFF - the artistic director, forever trying to avoid disaster, high blood pressure and forever trying to avoid a stroke, 50s to early 60s
SCOTT - the new guy from the midwest, costume designer, wardrobe person, nice guy, 30s to late 40s
ERIC - director, writer, actor, threatens greatness but delivers nonsense, constantly morbid, mid-30s
MEREDITH - actress, usually gets the leads, a diva-wanna-be, feigns confidence, basically plain, mid-30s
DANIEL - actor, idiot, thinks he’s the ultimate theater persona, obsessed with dancing, mid to late 20s
ROBIN - actress, plays all the ingénue roles, you just want to hug her because she’s cute as cute can be, innocent, naive, 15
HARRIET - actress, sometime wardrobe person, quick-witted, real, early 60s to 70s