And Toto too Theatre Company
Location: The Rocket Space, 2711 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205
When: Feb. 5, 2018 7:00pm-8:00pm
What: 2 minute or less dramatic monologue
Please bring headshot and resume
Performance dates April 19-May 5, 2018 (Thursday-Saturday) at The Champa Street Studio, 1245 Champa Street, Denver
Rehearsals start March 12, 2018 (Sunday-Thursday)-Rehearsal space TBD
The Way Station & The South Star by Rebecca Gorman O’Neill
The Way Station is the story of three strangers from different places and times, each pulled out of their travels and dropped off at a mysterious way station. At this surreal crossroads, no excuse, lie, or self-delusion holds up to scrutiny, and each person must find the strength to face his or her own dark secret, only then may they move on.
The South Star is set seven years in the future, during the second American Civil War, South Star is the story of a survivor, an inspiration, a reluctant hero who wishes she could just stop running. Stel finds herself in the company of two people – one an apparent victim, and one an apparent predator. What commences is a figurative game of three-card-Monty; the stakes are Stel’s life.
SAME ACTORS WILL BE CAST IN BOTH ONE ACTS
1 Woman- 20’s to play 17 and mid 20’s-any ethnicity
Daisy O’Shea (The Way Station) is 17 and fresh off a Midwestern farm
Stel (mid 20’s) (The South Star) strong, she has a ferocity and bite that comes from deep desperation.
1 Man –to play late 20-mid 30’s-any ethnicity
Jack Harper 35- (The Way Station)-a cowboy-type
Evan Marchand- (The Southern Star) Late 30’s battle-hardened, he has the air of someone who has seen everything. He is a mercenary, but something about him belies sophistication.
1 Man-to play mid 20’s-Any Ethnicity
Tom Cutler (The Way Station) mid 20's- an intellectual type
Alex (The Southern Star) - although badly beaten, retains an attractiveness about him. Sharp and bright.