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Producers:Nancy Morrison
Sue Leone Lindner
Director:Matt Lundeen
Fee:$175 due at audition.
No refunds after start of auditions.
Registration:Oct 4–Oct 18
AuditionsWed Oct 22nd, 5:30–7:30 PM

Wed & Thu: 5:30–8 PM starting October 29th.

Dress Rehearsals: December 10–11

Performances: Friday, Dec 12, 7pm
Saturday, Dec 13, 7pm
Sunday, Dec 14, 2pm
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Arlington MA, 02474

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Welcome to ACT's 2014 fall teen production. We are glad you are able to join us.


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Auditions are scheduled for Wed, Oct 22nd 5:30–7:30 PM

In preparation for auditions, please:

First Rehearsal

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Our first rehearsal will be Wednesday, October 29th from 5:30–7:30 PM at ACT. We will be holding a parents meeting on Wednesday at 6:45 PM to recruit Committee Heads for Cast Party, T-shirts, Publicity, Tickets/box office, Raffle, Program, Costumes/makeup, Props, Sets, Bake Sale, and Run Crew.

The second rehearsal for the full cast will be Thursday, October 30 from 5:30–7:30 PM.

We look forward to seeing you then.

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Links to the online schedule for all shows can be found in the table on the right. These schedules will continue to be updated as rehearsals start, so be sure to check back frequently.

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About the Play

An original absurdist play, in which one man, Charles, struggles to find himself, questions the reality of realism, and doubts that matter matters and, of course, falls in love (with a rock). With ACT's first original play, actors will be a part of the unique process of producing an original work: staged reading, workshop of specific scenes, auditions, and of course performance.

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