Auditions

Monday, June 24, 6 - 8 pm

Auditions for the comedic mystery Exit the Body by Fred Carmichael will take place at

Ennis Public Theatre
113 N. Dallas Street
Ennis, TX 75119
972-878-7529

Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. The show runs August 9-15, Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 pm, with one Sunday performance (August 25) at 2:30 pm and one Thursday performance (August 15) at 7:30 pm

Roles are available for 5 males and 4 females.

Character Breakdown:

Lillian Seymour: Attractive, exceedingly well-dressed woman. Lillian is a top-flight designer.

Jenny: Young country girl dressed in gaudy, inexpensive cotton with hair in pigtails or a ponytail. Loud, but the epitome of innocence.

Randolph: cheap crook and proud of it, trying to look like TV’s idea of a hoodlum with a pencil-thin moustache, slicked-down hair.

Helen O'Toole: A very efficient real estate saleswoman, perhaps a trifle too folksy and straight-laced at times but she means well.

Crane Hammond: An author, she is the type of woman one likes immediately. She is attractive and possesses charm to the Highest degree.

Vernon Cookley: Middle-aged New Englander who has never seen any more of the country than ten miles outside of Birchville.

Lyle Rogers: Lillian’s new second husband, a charming, very attractive man. Wasn’t he dead? Why is he introduced as Crane’s husband? (age 30-50)

Philip Smith: A man of average physique with amnesia who joins in on the evening of diamond hunting, just who is he, anyway? (age 30-40)

Richard Hammond: Crane’s husband, a typically nice looking businessman, who arrives late and probably wonders if he could go out and come back in again. (slightly older than Crane, age 30-50)


Upcoming auditions:

Exit the Body: June 24, 6 - 8 pm

Young Frankenstein: July 28, 2 - 4 pm

A Visit From St. Nicholas: 10/7

All shows are open auditions at the theatre from 6-8 pm on the given date unless specified otherwise.

Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.

Musical auditions will feature cold readings from the script, and please be prepared to sing one song with a CD or phone. Accompaniment will not be provided.