Audition for Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband"

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Auditions for Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband."  Directed by Tara O'Keefe.  Auditions are March 21st & March 22 at 7pm by appointment.  Casting for an ensemble of 5 men and 5 women.  Requirements for roles and role descriptions can be found here.   The performance dates are June 9th throug June 26th.  Cotuit Center for the Arts, 4404 Route 28, Cotuit. Information: 508-428-0669.      

Additional Comments
Wildeâ??s witty and timeless comedy of pyramid schemes, insider trading and political blackmail is a tour-de-force of ensemble acting. An Ideal Husband requires a strong core cast of 3 women (25-40) and 3 men (35-65) as well as a variety of smaller parts for both men and women. Gorgeously stylish, An Ideal Husband is a funny play with as much intelligence as heart. Its characters are vibrant, dimensional and delightfully Wilde.

Lady Chiltern: Intelligent and uncompromising, Lady Chiltern is a principled and active political wife.
Mabel Chiltern: Pert, pretty and clever, Mabel Chiltern is Sir Robertâ??s unmarried sister.
Mrs. Cheveley: Sophisticated, brilliant and amoral. Of an age with Lady Chiltern
Sir Robert Chiltern: A rising star of a politician: passionate, dedicated and determined
Lord Goring: A flawless dandy, no longer as young as he would like to think. Far more clever and far less frivolous than he would like to be thought.
Lord Caversham: Lord Goringâ??s father; a courtly, old-fashioned gentleman with a soft spot for a pretty girl.
Vicomte de Nanjac: A young attaché who has perhaps risen too high too quickly.
Phipps: Lord Goringâ??s exceedingly proper manservant.
Lady Markby: Pleasant, kindly and popular
Mrs. Marchmont: Well-bred and fashionable
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