It’s Prom night, but beware! Glory days turn to gory nights as there is one murder after another. Suspects include the class snobs, the outcast and that couple from the wrong side of the tracks. Dress up, enjoy dinner, dance the night away and solve the murder in this fun audience participation dinner theatre show.
AUDITIONS: Cold readings from the script- no prep needed
ROLES: 3 adult males and 3 adult females
BELLA BALOOPI – a loud-mouthed, bawdy female from the wrong side of the tracks; a tough moll-type with a temper; high school senior
VINNIE DIMICI – a Brooklyn-esque greaser with a brash style – rude, in-your-face and boisterous; trouble-maker with no etiquette, yet he can be smooth in his own testostorone-infused way; high school senior.
CATHERINE CRANSTON – a former military official; now an ostensibly straight-laced, commandeering high school principal; an efficient leader with a no-nonsense sensibility; 40-55 years old.
PATTY PRIMPINPOOF – a nosey, belligerent spoiled brat; an overly zealous participant in class activities, even though she is the school outcast; very unattractive; high school senior. Can be played by a man in drag.
CHARLES JONATHAN EDWARD BUCKLEY III (CHUCKY) – an obnoxious, pretentious prig; a very wealthy WASP, who flaunts his superior social position formidably; high school senior.
MARGOT RALSTON (MUFFY) – an abominable snob, whose constant degradation of people less financially well-off than she is loathsome; very attractive; high school senior.
KIM CRANSTON – Catherin’s twin sister; a tough private investigator with a passion for solving crimes; deliberate and intelligent; 40-55 years old. Played by the same actress as Catherine.
REHEARSALS: Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7pm-9pm December 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 27, Jan. 3, Sun. Jan. 6, Jan. 8 and 10.
SHOWS: 6 performances at The Oxford at 6:30pm Jan. 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26