AUDITIONS: GRAND CONCOURSE
BY HEIDI SCHRECK
Shelley, an urban nun who has ditched her habit, runs a no-nonsense soup kitchen. She has dedicated her life to religious service, but now finds herself questioning her faith. Enter Emma, a college drop-out looking to volunteer at the soup kitchen. Heidi Schrek’s play navigates the mystery of faith, the limits of forgiveness, and the pursuit of something resembling joy.
“A morality play in the most authentic, honest sense…” – Seattle Times
January 28th or 29th, 6:30-9:30PM, at the South Bend Civic Theatre.
These are "Drop In" auditions; you do not need to stay for the entire audition period.
January 31 7th, 6:30-9:30PM, at the South Bend Civic Theatre.
Late 30’s/early 40’s. African American. Catholic nun.
Running a soup kitchen for 15years.
Practical, no-nonsense, down to earth.
Former high school basketball star.
Struggling with her faith.
Recently dropped out of college.
Rainbow-colored hair. Loves horror movies.
20’s-30’s, from the Dominican Republic.
General maintenance man, security guard at the church.
Working his way through community college.
Went through a year at dental college in the Dominican Republic.
Charming and gregarious. Has a girlfriend.
50-60’s. Jewish New Yorker.
Homeless. Has experimented with many drugs in his youth.
Writes joke books.
Colorful character prone to paranoia.
Posted on November 19, 2018