To audition for any of the plays below, show up at the designated time, and fill out 

form.  The auditions consist of cold readings from the script. 


YOU MUST BE A MEMBER OF THE VTC BEFORE YOU CAN AUDITION. 


Contact us if you would like to join.


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GET A JOB

By Tony Oteri

AND

MY FAVORITE HUSBAND

By Isabel Scott Rorick


Audition dates: The  week of October 12thThey will be held by appointment at a nearby picnic 

pavillion. All social distancing guidelines will be followed. You need to contact Tony Oteri to sign up.

Contact:  Tony Oteri at tonyo508@aol.com or 352-205-5172 


Performance dates:  The plays will be recorded right after Thanksgiving and streamed on our Youtube 

Channel the week of December 14th.

Rehearsals:  They start the week of October 19 and they probably will be held outside in the morning at 

locations, dates and times to be determined by the participants.


Cast needed for these One act Plays: These plays will be recorded like a movie and streamed on Youtube. 

They are each about 10 to 15 minutes long. 

Get A Job, Requires two women and two men. My Favorite Husband requires three women and two men.  

We would like the lines to be memorized. All social distancing guidelines will be followed during auditions, 

rehearsals and recording.


Play Summaries: Get A Job - It takes some imagination but what if today's attitudes and jargon were used 

back in 23 A.D.? Come with us while we explore that supposition and look in on a problem that most parents 

deal with every day regardless of the era or country.  My Favorite Husband - This story was written in the late 

1940's as part of a comedy radio series. A minor rewrite for live presentation is barely visible as the humor was 

just as spirited then as it is today. George and Liz Cooper are the loveable couple who misunderstand a simple 

communication and one of them overreacts. 

Go to the Links below to read the plays!

Character Descriptions: 

GET A JOB

Joseph - Father of J.C. Hard working, just wants the best for his son. Tries to reason with him. Very patient.

Mary - Worrisome mother of J.C. A little hyper, thinks nothing good will come of him.

J.C. - Typical twenty-something. Doesn't know what he wants, hangs out a lot. Good person deep down. Very 

idealistic. (Do 'ya think?)

Ester - Slick talking real estate woman. Talks fast and always in a hurry. Everything is a great deal.

MY FAVORITE HUSBAND

George Cooper - Nice guy who wants to do something nice for his wife. Inadvertently causes her to overreact 

to weekend plans.

Liz Cooper - Clearly overreacts to something she suspects. She does this with loads of laughs.

Mr. Atterberry - George's boss who is the brains behind a harmless deception that becomes the basis of Liz's 

misunderstanding.

Katie - The Cooper's maid who aligns with Liz and comes to her aid. She's a loyal and dedicated employee.

Dr. Stephens - The Cooper's family doctor who tries to help George but only makes matters worse. She's kind 

of aloof and self absorbed.



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MRS. PARLIAMENT'S NIGHT OUT


A Comedy by Norm Foster

Directed by Joyce Schenk


Audition dates:  Friday 5/7 - 2 pm and Monday 5/10 - 2 pm (The cast was already chosen in 2020 but 

changes may have to be made.

Full play - Full set and body microphones - requires a total of 7 men and 5 women

You must be a member of the VTC before auditions.  Please contact us if you wish to join. 


Play Summary:

After her husband forgets their 32nd wedding anniversary, Teresa Parliament sets out to find a life for herself 

outside the home. She immerses herself in a wild journey through every kind of class or club she can find, 

including Addicts Anonymous - even though she's not an addict.  Playwright Norm Foster's inimitable sense of 

humor shines through Mrs. Parliament as well as the many other characters in the story. Mrs. Parliament's life-

affirming adventure is sure to leave audiences both laughing and with the knowledge that life can always give 

us second chances if we are willing to take that first step.


Performance dates:  October 15 - 18, 2021 at 7 pm each night


Character descriptions:


Contact: Joyce Schenk at joyceschenk2891@gmail.com or 352-205-5978

Rehearsals:  Play read through, Friday 5/14 - 12:30 pm. First rehearsal Friday, 7/30 from 12:30 to 4:50 pm then Mondays - 2 to 4:50 pm (except 9/20 ), Tuesday 10/12 - 11am to 12:50 pm, Wednesday 9/15 from 4:30 to 7:50 pm, Fridays from 12:30 to 4:50 pm: Saturday 9/4 - 1:30 to 4:50 pm)

Set building: Saturday 10/2 from 1:30 to 8:50 pm

Set Decorating and finishing: Sunday 10/3 from 4:30 pm to 7:50 pm

Light + Sound tech rehearsal: Wednesday 10/6 from 4:30 to 9:50 pm

Dress Tech: Sunday 10/10 from 4:30 to 9:20 pm

Dress Tech:  Wednesday 10/13 from 4:30 to 9:50 pm

Set Tear Down: Tuesday 10/19 from 9:00 am to finish 

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FLEMMING


A Mystery/ Comedy by Sam Bobrick

Directed by Mindy Danko

Audition dates: Tuesday 1/5/22 - 11:00 am and Tuesday 1/11/22 - 11:00 am (Subject to change because of 

the pandemic.
 
Full play - Full set and body microphones:  The cast consists of 5 men and 3 women plus 1 male dead body

You must be a member of the VTC before auditions.  Please contact us if you wish to join.

Play Summary:

Bored by his privileged but mundane life, Henry Flemming sells his lucrative brokerage firm to buy a detective 

agency. On his very first case, and to the horror of his wife Karen and his two crazy neighbors Suzy and Stan, 

the Flemming living room begins to fill up with dead bodies. Even though Henry keeps showing up at home 

more disheveled and beaten up, he couldn't be happier. He's convinced he's found his life's work and Westport,

Connecticut will be safer for it! 

Performance dates:  April 22 - 25, 2022 at 7 pm each night


Character descriptions:

Henry Flemming - Our hero. He is an unassuming man who is frustrated with his boring life. He decides to quit

his mundane investment job and buy a small detective agency. He starts the show looking for more meaning in 

his life. At the beginning he's a little like Barney Fife and at the end he feels like James Bond.

Karen Flemming - his oblivious wife. She is very content with her comfortable upper middle class life and 

Henry's mid life crisis rocks her world.  She copes by drinking to a lot. She's always offering others drinks to 

help justify all her drinking to herself. By the end of the play, she starts to better understand why Henry feels 

more alive than ever and she tries to get on board with this new life.

Stan Spencer - The Flemming's pain in the neck neighbor. He's a psychiatrist who is pompous, arrogant, 

smug, superficial and isn't very interested in his wife.

Suzy Spencer - Stan's long suffering wife who knows he's a pompous jerk. She is sarcastic and tries to bait 

Stan to get a reaction from him. She has trouble hiding her disdain. Maybe that's why the Spencers are very 

quick to take a drink when one is offered.

Small Roles:

Walter Larsen - Karen's father, a distinguished self impressed rich businessman.

Lieutenant Davis - A plainclothes cop who is a closet gay.

Miss Havenhurst - Secretary of Henry's detective agency. She's young, sexy and has had a tough life.

Vito Mardigan - Tough threatening hoodlum in a shiny suit


Contact: Mindy Danko at cmdanko22@yahoo.com 


Rehearsals start: Friday, 1/29 from 12:30 to 4:50 pm then Mondays - 2 to 4:50 pmTuesdays 4/13 and 4/20

from 11 am to 12:50 pm, Wednesday 3/17 from 4:30 to 7:50 pm, Fridays from 12:30 to 4:50 pm, Saturday

4/17 from 1:30 to 4:50 pm

Set building: Saturday 4/10 from 4:30 to 9:20 pm 

Set Decorating and finishing: Sunday 4/11 from 4:30 to 7:50 pm

Light + Sound tech rehearsal: Wednesday 4/14 from 4:30 to 9:50 pm

Dress Tech: Sunday 4/18 from 4:30 to 9:20 pm 

Dress Tech:  Wednesday 4/21 from 4:30 to 9:50 pm

Set Tear Down: Tuesday 4/27 from 9:00 am to finish 

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