Audition Announcement

John Cariani's


Directed by Janie Downey Maxwell

Friday, 11/15 and Sunday, 11/17, 6:30pm
There are no callbacks planned for this show.

This will be a group audition to get a feel for how different actors work together on stage. When you arrive, we’ll give you a script-pack you’ll be reading from. 
We will have a table-read of the full script on Monday, 12/9 from 6:30-9:00. Rehearsals will run on Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays from 6:30-9:00 starting on Wednesday, 12/11. Not all actors will be called on all days. 

There are no rehearsals the week of 12/22-12/28, and there is no rehearsal on Wednesday, 1/1.

Tech Week is Sunday, 1/26-Thursday, 1/30 with nightly rehearsals from 6:30-finish. 

Show dates
Love/Sick runs three weekends: 1/31-2/2, 2/7-2/9, and 2/14-2/16. Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30. Sunday matinees are at 2:30. Call is one hour prior to curtain.

Please don’t audition if you have schedule conflicts the final week of rehearsal or on any of the show dates. Please look at your schedule now to let us know of any conflicts with the posted rehearsal dates. That will help us plan for when to have you rehearse. 

There are nine scenes in this show, each with two actors. The show is written to cast between 4 and 18 actors. The fewer we cast, the more doubling we’ll do. Ages of the characters are flexible between late-20s to 50s. Each scene deals with love and the complications that come with it!

A Woman and a Man who fallen in love at first sight.

A Singing Telegram Man who delivers a singing telegram to an enthusiastic woman, Louise Overbee.

Ben, a guy who is surprised that he has fall in love, and Andy, the sweet guy he has fallen in love with.

Keith and Delia, a groom and bride.

Sarah, a woman with questions, and Bill, her content husband of a year and a half.

Kelly and Mark, a successful couple, married for seven years.

Jill, a woman who wants more than she has, and Kevin, her husband of nine years who is happy with what he has.

Abbie, a hard-working stay-at-home mom and Liz, her hard-working wife.

Jake, a recently divorced man, and Emily, a recently divorced woman.

If you have any questions after auditioning, please don’t hesitate to contact Janie Downey Maxwell by cell/text at 207-233-3339.


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