PA Players set ‘The Savannah Sipping Society’ tryouts for Saturday

Port Angeles Community Players will hold tryouts for the first play in its 2021-2022 season, “The Savannah Sipping Society,” from 7-9:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 17, at the Port Angeles Community Playhouse, 1235 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles.

The auditions for four roles for women ages 20-70. Actors will read from script sides at auditions. Scenes, character descriptions and rehearsal information are available on the theatre website:

Those requested to return for call-backs will be informed before they leave the audition and will be given the sides needed for the call-back.

Facemasks are required inside the Playhouse for those who are not vaccinated and optional for those who are; social distancing is encouraged.

Rehearsals for “The Savannah Sipping Society” begin Aug. 2, and performances with live audiences are scheduled for Sept. 24-Oct. 10.

The play was written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, and is directed by Timothy P. Thorn.

Those unable to attend the scheduled audition but are available before the audition date are asked to call production manager Barb Frederick at 360-477-5044 to schedule an audition.

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