Morning's at Seven
Auditions will be held 6:30 to 8:30pm Monday and Tuesday, February 24th and 25th.
Appointments are encouraged addressed to email@example.com, 917-690-2460 Walk-ins welcome.
During the day private, scheduled appointments are possible.
This heart-warming comedy from the 30s was a forgotten gem until it was rediscovered in 1980 by a Broadway production that was the surprise smash of the year. It is a true ensemble piece with all 9 parts contributing to the storyline in a significant way. The action revolves around 4 sisters who live all-too-near one another in small town America.
5 women / 4 men
Esther – the oldest sister, just past 70, sensible, lovely
Ida – mid to late 60s, frets, craves support
Cora – mid to late to 60s, teeters on the brink; her unmarried sister has lived with her for 40 years
Arry – late 50s, unmarried, boisterous and into everyone's business; lives with Thor and Cora
Thor – married to Cora, good-natured, folksy; strives to keep the peace between Cora and Arry
Carl – married to Ida, untethered, "has spells"; lost his place in the world
David – married to Esther, former professor; acts superior to everyone
Homer – 40, son of Ida and Carl; has been dating the same woman for 12 years and has never before brought her to meet the family; he is his parent's son
Myrtle – 40ish – the woman Homer has been dating; harbors a secret
Rehearsals (weekday evenings) to begin March 23, or thereabouts
Performances: MAY 1,2,7,8,9,15,16,17,22,23
In the text we hear that the father of the four girls would say.... Esty's smartest,Arry's wildest, Ida's slowest, Cora's mildest.