Plaza Suite, September 10 and September 11, 2017, 6pm. 

plaza suitePLAZA SUITE

AUDITION DATES - Sunday, September 10th, 2017 - 6pm
                                 Monday, September 11th, 2017 - 6pm

PERFORMANCE DATES - Sunday, October 27th -November 12, 2017


A Neil Simon classic, which we have included as a celebration as it was performed in our First season 40 years ago!

A play in 3 acts, set in the late 1960s, each involving different characters, which takes place in Suite 719 in New York's Plaza Hotel.

Act 1 - a not so blissfully wedded couple revisit their honeymoon suite, in an attempt to bring love back into their marriage.

Act 2 - involves a meeting between a movie director and his high school flame, who is now a suburban housewife. She decides they are meeting as old friends, he however, has other plans.

Act 3 - Roy and Norma Hubley's daughter, Mimsey, is getting married. In a rush of nervousness, Mimsey has locked herself in the bathroom and refuses to come out. Her parents try frantically to cajole her while the wedding guests are gathered downstairs.


5 women - age ranges 20-50s
7 men - age ranges 20-50s

Because of the nature of the play, the Director may cast one actor in multiple roles.


Anyone who ever wanted to act, from one with no experience to the most seasoned actor is welcome on our stage. Part of what makes the Playhouse successful is the diversity of our participants. Beginning with auditions and ending with the final curtain call, staff and support volunteers are there to help.

We practice color blind casting, and depending on the play, we are often flexible regarding age ranges.

If in doubt about auditioning, just come and watch the process to get your feet wet. You may also want to participate in one of our workshops or our Reader’s Theatre where acting skills are developed and enhanced. 

Several weeks prior to the auditions, specific casting information will be posted on the website and FaceBook.

If you plan to attend auditions please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or if you have scheduling problems or any other questions.


Monologues are optional but please no longer than 2 minutes.

Cold readings will be required. If you have a reading disability please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for assistance.

Vocals for musicals: 16-32 bars of a musical theater selection. Please have sheet music or CD backing track (no lyrics). A cappella not recommended.

Resumes and head shots are greatly appreciated.

Bring Your Calendars: Rehearsal and performance conflicts must be identified at auditions.


Time requirement varies based on shows, but generally rehearsals are 4 days per week for 5–8 weeks, approximately 3 to 4 hours per day in the evening from 6PM-9PM, plus 10 performances over 3 weekends. Not all cast members are scheduled for every rehearsal. But ALL cast must attend every rehearsal the week before opening (tech week).