Theater Voices Seeks Actors for Staged Reading of “Sea Marks”

PLEASE NOTE THAT THEATER VOICES AUDITIONS FOR “SEA MARKS” SCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1 HAVE BEEN CANCELED DUE TO WINTER STORM.

We will still be holding auditions on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at Steamer No. 10 Theatre from 7-9 pm (see details below). If you are interested in auditioning but are unable to attend on Tuesday, please send a message to John Romeo at romeoactor@gmail.com.

Theater Voices *seeks actors for a staged reading of “Sea Marks” by Gardner McKay, directed by John Romeo.

*Auditions* will be held at Steamer No. 10 Theatre, 500 Western Avenue, Albany on the following dates:

– Tuesday, December 3 at 7pm

Please come at the beginning and be prepared to stay. Those auditioning will read from the script.

*Seeking:*

Colm — An Irish fisherman from the western islands.

Timothea — A lady, not much younger than Colm, who was once from Wales.

Note: Characters can be anywhere from 35-65, but should be similar in age to one other. Facility with accents is desired.

*Synopsis:* Colm, a fisherman living on a remote Irish island, has fallen in love with a woman he’s glimpsed only once. Unschooled in letter writing, he tries his utmost to court her by mail and finally succeeds in arranging a rendezvous. Timothea, beguiled by his gift of gab, persuades him to come be with her in Liverpool where she toils away at a publisher?s office. Can
these mismatched, lonely spirits build a future based upon hope, desire and poetic words… or is the call of home too great? This lyrical, touching play won the Los Angeles Drama Critics’ Circle and the Canadian National Regional Theatre Awards.

*Performances* will be held at Steamer No. 10 Theatre, 500 Western Avenue. Albany on the following dates:

– Friday, February 14 at 8pm
– Saturday, February 15 at 3 & 8pm
– Sunday, February 16 at 3pm

Actors must be available for all performance dates. There may also be a preview performance during the weekend of Feb. 8-9; date/time TBD.

*Questions?* Contact us at info@theatervoices.org

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