Plays for 10-Minute Play Festival
- Astronauts in Love Nicholas Walker Herbert, Directed by Nicholas Walker Herbert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Alice and Kiril are astronauts stranded in their space stations, but find each other over their radios and try to help each other get home.
- KIRIL –male, 20s-50s – Russian (accent NOT required); ALICE –female, 20s-50s (American, any ethnicity)
- Blue Bench Aleks Merilo, Directed by Jim Hewlett (email@example.com)
- Hoping to meet women, a young man sneaks backstage at the worst circus in Paris. He instead finds himself confronted by a haunted figure who will change his life forever, and learns the secrets of the BLUE BENCH
- 1 young man, about 18; 1 man, age 30’s or above.
- El Don Ray Rodney Orosco, Directed by Rodney Orosco (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Family struggles, social expectations, and the strive for an undefined better life dominate this drama.
- Don Ray (middle-aged man); Little Ray (18+ to play around 10 years old); Abuelo (older man 50+); La Mujer (middle-aged woman); The Devil (female, no specific age).
- Life of Trees Peter Snoad, Directed by Rodney Orosco (email@example.com)
A man whose estranged brother is dying learns a lesson aboutlove and loyalty from his tree-hugging young daughter.
- 1 female (30’s to 40’s); 1 male (30’s to 40’s); 1 female (18+ to play young girl). Any race/ethnicity.
- Missing the Boat, Son Mark Smith, Directed by Mark Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- A young man applies for a job he is very much unsuited for on a ranch. The rancher is a bit of a curmudgeon and points out to the young man the folly of wasting these potentially productive years of his life.
- Rose – Male 50’s. A rancher. A no-nonsense man who has worked hard on the land all his life; Young Man – Male 28 years old. A bit of a dreamer. Some college. Unfocused and unsure what he’s doing with his life.
- Reservations Kristine Mietzner, Directed by Kristine Mietzner (email@example.com)
- A streetwise cat and a rather naïve dog meet for dinner on their first date.
- ROVER .… Male. Dog ears. Tail. Fancy wristwatch. Hawaiian
shirt. Casual jeans. Leather collar. Dog tags on a chain; TRIXIE …. Female. Cat ears. Whiskers. Triangle nose. Tail. Formal Dress. Blingy ring. Sparkly necklace; WAITER …. Male. Black-and-white attire. Formal demeanor.
- The Rug Brian Spencer, Directed by Linda Glick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- What are mom and son really arguing about? And, what is under that rug?
- Mother and son: 1 male (early-mid twenties); 1 female (late thirties/early forties).
- Where’s This Train Going? Bruce Guelden, Directed by Bruce Guelden (email@example.com)
- This play is about a late-night encounter between a seasoned New Yorker and a tourist from Chicago aboard a NYC subway train.
- 1 female 25 to 30 years; 2 males about 30ish.
General Audition Information
Auditions for Winters Theatre Company productions consist of cold readings from the script. Callbacks, if needed, are held the following week, after which, the production is cast.
Auditions are held at the Winters Community Center, located at 201 Railroad Ave., Winters, CA.