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Seven Homeless mammoths wander new england

Auditions will be Saturday, Dec. 1 at 9AM at Verge Theater (2304 N. 7th Ave., Bozeman)
Performance dates: Fridays and Saturdays, May 24-June 8 at 8PM

What is this show all about? Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England is a thoughtful study in love and extinction imaginatively crafted by playwright Madeleine George. This is a screwball sex comedy about the evolution of relationships, the perils of monogamy, certainty, and academic administration.

The two-act play centers upon a lesbian trio whose uneasy design for living is set against a college’s controversial decision to close its shabby museum of natural history, home to the skeletal remains of seven woolly mammoths, in a northeastern college town.

Cast Needed:
4 females (open to all ethnicities)

Dean Wreen, nee Cindy, late 40s
Greer, nee Gail, Wreen’s ex-lover, late 40s
Andromeda, nee Andrea, Wreen’s present lover, 20s
Early Man 2 (female), early 20s, in diorama scenes

2 males (open to all ethnicities)
The Caretaker at the museum, 60s-70s
Early Man 1 (male), early 20s, in diorama scenes

What to expect at auditions: Please come by 9AM if at all possible and plan to spend several hours reading from the script. Familiarity with the script and any characters for which you wish to read is appreciated.

Scripts are available by emailing stage manager Danielle at ddionrodgers@gmail.com or hilary@vergetheater.com.

If you have questions about the script or the characters, or if you have a conflict with the audition date/time, please contact director Stephanie Campbell at stephc@montana.edu.