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Auditions to be held at Chewelah Center for the Arts…
The Park Avenue Players community theater group will be hosting auditions on March 4-5 for their spring comedy production entitled “Sylvia.” The play is centered on a love triangle that develops between a husband and wife and their new female dog.
Sylvia is a beautiful stray puppy that the husband Greg brings home from his walk in Central Park. She is a talking, highly energetic, and attention-craving canine. For both of them, it is love at first sight. However, when he brings the dog home, his wife Kate is less than thrilled as she sees the dog becoming a wedge dividing their marriage. The plot thickens as Greg spends more time with Sylvia, Kate becomes increasingly jealous, the marriage counselor advocates divorce and dog euthanasia, and Greg’s friend warns him of the splintering effect his dog can have on the relationship between husband and wife.
The two-act play is designed for six actors. The characters of Greg, Kate and Sylvia are line-intensive. The characters of Phyllis, Leslie and Tom require less line memorization.
Auditions will be held at the PACA Center for the Arts at 405 North Third Street East, on March 4-5 at 6:00 p.m.
Centered on a love triangle that develops between a husband and wife and their new female dog. Sylvia is a beautiful stray puppy that the husband Greg brings home from his walk in Central Park.
March 4-5, 6 p.m.
for the Arts