By Eugene O'Neill
Directed by Margaret Ingraham
Eugene O'Neill takes a rare foray into the "light side" with this comedy. Ah, Wilderness!, set at the turn of the century, deals with small town America on the 4th of July. O'Neill won four Pulitzer Prizes for Drama and a Nobel Prize for Literature during his 30-year career. His real-life struggles with tuberculosis and a dysfunctional family were often subjects for his darker dramas. However, he put all that aside when he wrote Ah, Wilderness! O'Neill fantasizes about growing up in a wholesome, innocent family. Your theater cup will run over as you see the world through the eyes of 17-year-old Richard, as he comes of age in 1906.
Produced by Madison Theatre Guild in the Drury at the Esquire Theater.
Performances April 7-22, 2000:
Thur Fri Sat April 7
4 and 8 pm
4 and 8 pm
Ticket prices are $12 and $11. Tickets will also be on sale at Hilldale shopping center at the information desk.
Call 608-238-9322 for information or reservations.
Open auditions will be held Jan. 31, Feb. 1 & 2 at 7 pm at MTG's Firehouse, 2410 Monroe Street. There will be a short audition period on Feb. 2 followed by call backs.
Parts for Men:
- 3-4 men 40-50s
- 3-4 men 16-20s
- 1 male youth 8-13s
Parts for Women
- 2 Women 40-50
- 1 Women 20s
- 3-4 Women 14-18
Auditions should prepare a short 1-minute comic monologue (preferred, can be from the script) or be ready to cold read from the script.
For questions call Margaret at 298-0806, or Sam White at 242-0497, or email email@example.com