Auditions for Ken Ludwig's "Moon Over Buffalo" will be held on Sunday, March 26 from 12–2 p.m. at the Beckwith Theatre. This farce centers on an aging theatrical couple who spend most of their careers touring smaller cities around the New York/New Jersey area. They believe Frank Capra is coming to see their show and possibly offer them parts in a major motion picture. They’re in the midst of alternating Cyrano de Bergerac with Private Lives, which creates hilarious confusion, costume complications and mayhem, including slamming doors and mistaken identities along the way. Production dates are June 23–25 & June 30–July 2. For more information or questions, contact direct Jack Gannon at firstname.lastname@example.org Roles available: George Hay, a traveling actor (Age 50+) Rosalind (Roz), George & his wife Charlotte's daughter, who left the stage to lead a "normal" life (Age 25–40) Howard, a TV weatherman and Rosalind's fiancé (Age 25–40) Paul, stage manager for George's company, and Rosalind's ex-fiancé (Age 25–40) Ethel, Charlotte's nearly-deaf mother (Age 70+) Richard, a lovesick lawyer who is courting Charlotte (Age 45+) Eileen, an actress in George's company who was George's one-night stand (Age 25–35) Beckwith Theatre Company 100 New York Ave Dowagiac, MI 49047 269-782-7653 Moon Over Buffalo (Ludwig) is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.