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Susan and God

Susan and God is a dramatic comedy that follows Susan, a magnetic socialite, just returned from a trip abroad and on a quest to evangelize her high society friends. Her new religious fervor is mostly scoffed at until her friends start taking her claims personally. Meanwhile, her estranged husband Barrie and daughter Blossom cannot help but hope that Susan's new take on life might just be their ticket back into hers. The play was written in the 1930's by Rachel Crothers, an often overlooked American playwright and theatre director of the early 20th century.

Please prepare a 1 to 2 minute comedic monologue. If you don't have one, sides will be available to read at the audition. Please go to to make an audition appointment.

Callbacks will be Sunday September 15 from 7 to 9pm.

This production is open to ethnically diverse casting.

Rehearsals will begin November 25, with breaks for Thanksgiving and winter holidays. The show runs January 10 through February 2, 2020. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30, Sundays at 2pm.

Looking for:
6 women
Susan— aged mid 30s-late 40s.
Irene—aged mid 30s-late 40s
Charlotte—aged late 20s-30s
Leonora— aged 20s-early 30s
Blossom—teenager 15-20 years old
Leeda—any age 20s-70s

4 men
Barrie— aged late 30s-early 50s
Mike—aged late 30s-early 50s
Stubbie—aged early 30s-early 50s
Clyde—aged 20s-30s


Later Event: September 28
Miracle on 34th Street