Posted on April 14 by Out of Box Theatre
Blackpoole and Parrish by David Belke, Directed by Zip Rampy
Sunday, April 26 at 7 pm – Callbacks (if needed) will be Monday, April 27 at 7 PM
Rehearsals begin the week of June 1, 2015
Performance Dates: July 17 – Aug 1, 2015
Auditions are by appt. only. If you are interested in auditioning, please email your headshot and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. If we would like you audition, you will get a return email with your date and time.
For five millennia Harry Blackpool has been the agent for all Evil on Earth, while Rachel Parrish has represented Good. These implacable foes meet in a private club every twenty five years. With the end of the world scheduled for tomorrow at teatime, they must pass their duties to their oblivious heirs: a mild mannered physical education teacher and an aggressively Bohemian artist.
Harry Blackpool – The agent of all Evil on Earth. Of an uncertain age, somewhere between forty-five and a thousand. Exudes the attitude of an untrustworthy banker or politician; sardonic, playful, cynical and sincere.
Rachel Parrish – The agent of all Good on Earth. Of the same indeterminate age as Harry, but that’s where similarities end. Reminds one of a private girls’ schoolteacher or a head nurse; calm and self-assured but with a controlled sense of playfulness.
Timothy Page – The manager of a private club, which means he is a combination housekeeper, butler, occupant and business manager. Still in his early thirties, but he is a competent employee and determined to impress.
Adam Blackpool – Harry’s son. Twenty-five years old, trim and athletic. He is a junior high school gym teacher, but he doesn’t seem to be the embodiment of all Evil, as his father suggests.
Tiffany Parrish – Rachel’s daughter. Also twenty-five years old, she is an artist of the bohemian persuasion. Speaks with a Cockney accent. Not necessarily the embodiment of all Good, as her mother suggests.