Becky's New Car, April 13-29, 2018

by Steven Dietz.

Audition Dates February 26-27, 2018. Auditions start at 7:00 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre.

Please arrive no later than 8 p.m. to be considered.

Becky's New Car

Cold readings from the script. All roles are available.

Bring your current HEADSHOT and RESUME. If you DO NOT have a headshot and/or resume, DON’T LET THAT STOP YOU! COME AND AUDITION!

This production will run Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, April 13-29, 2018.

Character Sketches

Becky Foster (45-55+): The center of the story. Charming, funny, engaging, honest, charismatic. Becky is a wife and mother. She is loyal, hardworking, and missing something. What? She’s not sure. Becky is required to interact with the audience during the production.

Joe Foster (45-55: Becky’s husband. He is strong, pragmatic, honest, sharper than he looks and a loyal family man with a big heart.

Chris Foster (23-28): Becky and Joe’s son. He lives in the basement. He is a graduate student studying psychology. He is smart, funny, easy-going, yet passionate – a good kid.

Walter Flood (50-65): A very wealthy businessman recently widowed. He is charming, friendly, gentle, and a bit out of touch, especially when it comes to members of the opposite sex.

Kensington (Kenni) Flood (23-28): Walter’s daughter. She is pretty, cynical, smart, a bit spoiled – yet grounded.

Steve (40-55): A recently widowed car salesman who works with Becky. He is neurotic, emotional, whiny, manic, clueless. He’s a bit of a nebbish, but not a bad guy underneath it all.

Ginger (45-55): Walter’s single neighbor who has recently lost all of her money and the things that go along with it. She is jaded, funny, honest, and lonely. She’s on the prowl.