For the 21st annual Greek Show, The Suppliant Maidens by Aeschylus
Auditions will be held at: Aquarius New Age & Metaphysical Book Store located at 3936 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo. 64111. The dates will be: Saturday, April 28th from 2:00pm-4:00pm Monday, April 30th from 7:00pm-9:00pmTuesday, May 1st From 7:00pm-9:00pm
Cast: DANAÜS king of Egypt, PELASGUS, King of Argos, HERALD of the Sons of Aegyptus and the CHORUS of the Daughters of Danaüs, plus guards and Attendant Maidens.
We prefer that each actor have a one minute prepared monologue, however material or cold reading will be provided for you.
There will be some pay for your hard work on this production.
"The Suppliant Maidens" will be presented outdoors on the South steps of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 7:30am Saturday and Sunday June 30th and July1st, 2012 .
The Suppliants~ The Danaids form the chorus and serve as the protagonists. They flee a forced marriage to their Egyptian cousins. When the Danaides reach Argos, they entreat King Pelasgus to protect them. He refuses pending the decision of the Argive people, who ...decide in the favor of the Danaids. Danaus rejoices the outcome, and the Danaids praise the Greek gods. Almost immediately, a herald of the Egyptians comes to attempt to force the Danaids to return to their cousins for marriage. Pelasgus arrives, threatens the herald, and urges the Danaids to remain within the walls of Argos. The play ends with the Danaids retreating into the Argive walls, protected. The play this year will be Directed by Daivd Brisco Luby with music by Beau Bledsoe and musicians Pat Conway and Brad Cox. This will be the last play of the playwright Aeschylus Gorilla theatre will perform during it's annual Summer Greek Show for all seven of the others have been done. For more information call Goril!
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