Virtual auditions for “Everyman”, a Medieval morality play that has been rewritten for contemporary audiences, will be held via Zoom on Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 7 and 8.
The play, directed by Directed by Sheila Wahamaki, is presented by the MCC Center for Theater. Performances will be acted virtually at a date to be determined.
Auditions will be held on Zoom on Wednesday, Oct. 7, from 7-9 p.m. and on Thursday, Oct. 8, from 7-9 p.m. Those interested should complete an online form, found at this link, listing the dates and times they are available. Once your information is submitted, you will receive the day and time for you audition, along with a copy of the script.
In the play, Everyman is summoned by Death and told that it is his time to go. He pleads Death to grant him one more day, but, as Death is inevitable, it does not agree with Everyman and reminds him that it comes for all human beings in their own turn so none can make any delay. Then Everyman tries to seek the companionship of one who will travel with him. He asks Fellowship, Family, Riches, Beauty, Knowledge, and others, to accompany him on this journey. But alas, no one will go with him. However, he comes to realize the inevitable companion that will accompany him on this journey.
Questions about auditions should be sent to Sheila Wahamaki at firstname.lastname@example.org.