Written by Frederick Stroppel
It's a hot July day at The Good Shepherd Funeral Parlor and Martin Lamb, the mortician, is presiding over the wake of the late Walter Porteus. His dream of the perfect wake is undermined by his son Jimmy, whose interests are more amorous than funeral, and by the conniving Porteus family members who are already clashing over the will.
To further inflame matters, the air-conditioning breaks down and the wrong body turns up in the casket, then a mysterious mourner turns up and a valuable piece of jewellery disappears. When the air-conditioning repairman pulls a gun and decides to hold them all hostage, things start to get really interesting...
Auditions for our July production of Frederick Stroppel's black comedy A Good Man will be held as follows:
Date: Sunday 9th April
Location: Sutherland Multi-Purpose Centre, 123 Flora St Sutherland
Contact: Colleen Boyle on 9150 7574
Roles: We are looking for 5 male and 4 female performers, ages 18-70, to fill a variety of roles. There are some excellent roles for new performers, so if you've always wanted to have a go at acting, this is your opportunity!
Preparation: None. Performers will be given excerpts from the script to read on the day.
For more information, please contact the director Colleen on 9150 7574.
As we are a community theatre company, all roles are unpaid.