Forest Moon Theater is excited to announce auditions for our first all-teens theater production, open to actors and crew members ages 13-19.
One Lane Bridge, a one-act play reminiscent of a Twilight Zone episode, will be directed by Rose Davis, a high school senior who has worked with our theater on a number of productions as an actor and most recently assistant director.
August 14 at 6pm
August 16 at 3pm
Wake Forest Renaissance Centre
405 S. Brooks Street
Wake Forest, NC 27587
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About the Play
One Lane Bridge by Stephen Gregg is a compelling one act drama, following the story of Eli and Samantha as they drive to Home Depot on a snowy, dark night. An argument between the two takes a foreboding turn and ends in the two sharing their scariest stories, driving Eli to near madness–perhaps to the point of no return. One Lane Bridge is a chilling play you will not soon forget.
October 16 at 7pm (call at 5:30pm)*
October 17 at 5pm and 7pm (call at 3:30pm)
*Friday’s performance is part of the Neck of the Woods event at the Renaissance Centre. Performances Saturday night are free of charge.
Auditions are open only to teenage actors (ages 13 and up). Auditions will include two parts: monologues and cold reading from the script. Please come with a one-minute (preferably) dramatic monologue. Also be aware that you will be asked to read parts of the script with little to no preparation time. Above all, remember to relax, and do your best!
Eli (Male, 15-17)
Stubborn, but nervous high school boy, who finds himself increasingly unsettled as mysterious things happen in his town.
Samantha (Female, 16-19)
An older woman who has had her fair share of haunting experiences, some of which she shares with Eli.
Narrators (Male and Female, 13-19)
Narrators will take on several roles throughout the play, including 911 dispatchers, victims, storytellers, and more. Narrators should be especially comfortable with speaking and using their voice effectively.
Interested in Helping on the Crew?
Send an email to us and let us know what you’d like to do to help (only teens ages 13-19).