Theatre West is issuing an audition call for their production of Sin, Sex and the CIA a comedy by Michael and Susan Parker. The director is Bryan Kirsch.
The play is set to run from Thursday, May 2, 2013 through Saturday, May 25, 2013. The play will be presented on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 P.M.
The cast consists of 3 men and 4 women. No previous acting experience is necessary. Rehearsals will begin shortly after auditions and will require a minimum of 4 nights a week.
In addition to actors, the director is recruiting several behind-the-scenes volunteers. If you are interested in getting involved in our presentation of Sin, Sex and the CIA at Theatre West, stop by auditions and introduce yourself to Bryan or leave a message on our office phone at 541 994-5663.
The story: Huge oil reserves have been discovered in The Chagos Islands. O.P.E.C. is pressuring the Chagosians to join the cartel. A C.I.A. agent and an under Secretary of State, whose life appears to be run by her libido, are sent to a C.I.A. safe house in the mountains of Virginia to begin negotiations for the U.S. to place the Chagos Islands under their protection. Unfortunately, no one knows who the islands' representative really is. We are left to wonder how the C.I.A. agent ever got the job. He gets caught in all his own booby traps, he electrocutes himself, he sets fire to himself, he gets a bucket stuck on his head, and finally locks himself in his own handcuffs! Add to the inevitable chaos, a stranded televangelist, his innocent secretary (or is she?), an ex-marine caretaker, who isn't what he seems to be, and a mysterious, glamorous neighbor, and you have a complex, laugh out loud farce, that can be played on any stage.
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