Open Auditions for Honeymoon at Graveside Manor
Auditions for Honeymoon at Graveside
Manor will be held on Monday, April 29 and Tuesday, April 30 starting
at 7:00 PM.
No experience is necessary, but is definitely a plus. We also need a
set crew and behind-the-scenes crew.
For more information, contact Director Toby Allman at 828-488-8103.
The play will be held in late July 2013.
Practice schedule will be two nights a week in the beginning, and
additional practices leading up to the production dates.
3 men, 6 women, and 1 flexible role, for a total of 10 roles.
Myron: He is a dithering split personality recently escaped from a
- The Woman: Maybe a Ghost, maybe not?
Tyler Thorncraft: A writer of horror novels on his honeymoon. He is
young, energetic and fast thinking.
Marian Thorncraft: Tyler's new bride, a down-to-earth woman who's not
sure if she believes in ghosts.
Sophie: A wise-cracking cleaning woman who's seen it all and doesn't
want to see any more.
- Madge Perkins: A chic publishing editor.
- Durward: A high school student working up a party prank.
Judy: A know-it-all high school student who's the brains of the
Suzanne: Judy's right-arm girl, something of a gofer. She's a high
school student, too.
Officer Blair: A rather dim police officer (can be male or female).
Honeymoon at Graveside Manor
- Adult $8.00
- Child (5-17) $5.00
Marian Thorncraft is looking forward to her honeymoon with new hubby,
Tyler. She pictures someplace romantic, secluded and cozy. No sooner
have her feet touched the ground after being carried over the
threshold than she discovers her love nest is really a one-time
mortuary! Graveside Manor, as the locals call it, has been abandoned
for years, mainly due to the rumors of it being haunted. Cozy as a
bat cave, it's about as secluded as Grand Central Station. A daffy
maid shows up to clean the place and gets lost in the catacombs
behind the walls. This goes unnoticed because Tyler is too busy
ducking a female ghost with a hatchet, three high-school kids trying
to set up a Halloween prank and his wise-cracking female editor who
once had a crush on him. Throw in an absent-minded cop and the
escaped lunatic he's looking for and the stage is set for a Honeymoon
at Graveside Manor.
Tickets go on sale 1 hour before show start at the box office.