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The Village Playhouse is accepting submissions for its 35th Annual Original One Act Festival now through January 31, 2020. Selected plays will be produced as part of the annual festival running June 5 – 21, 2020. See our submission page for details.
The Village Playhouse is proud to announce the cast of The Lilies of The Field.
|Homer Smith||Randy Tranowski|
|Mother Maria Marthe||Mary Ferwerda|
|Sister Albertine||Amy Wickland|
|Sister Gertrude||Joanna Langworthy|
|Sister Elizabeth||Bailey Haag|
|Sister Agnes||Vivian Moller|
|Father Gomez||Manuel Lupian|
|Orville Livingston||Scott Sorensen|
This production is directed by Deanna Strasse.
The Lilies of The Field runs December 6 – 22. Tickets are on sale now.
The reviews are in — The Clean House is a hit!
” Director Scott Sorensen has assembled a cast who weaves through that predicament with great humor, loss, and quirkiness. ”Wisconsin Theater Spotlight
” the players come as they are, betraying and remolding stereotypical imagery this play runs the danger of eliciting, giving the characters a new lease on life. “Local Trolley
“The Village Playhouse steps up their game with this piece, presenting what may be their strongest work yet “The Drama Den
“Kathy Fitzgerald-Landry anchors the play as Virginia, the true obsessive “cleaner,” who is the glue to this increasingly wacky situation throughout this production. “Shepherd Express
Get your tickets while you still can, only 5 performances left!
Auditions for The Lilies of The Field will be held October 14 & 15, 2019 and will consist of reading from the script. Please sign up for a time slot via the link below. We are looking for 4 men and 5 women. The production will be directed by Deanna Strasse.
Homer Smith: Male, American, 20’s-30’s, of any race, disciplined and steadfast but seeks freedom and adventure.
Mother Maria Marthe: Female, German 40’s or older, a dedicated yet stern woman of faith. Speaks some English
Jose: Male, 30’s-50’s, Spanish, a local man who runs a diner with his family. Friendly and helps Homer learn about teamwork and family.
Father Gomez: Male, 30’s-50’s, Spanish, acts as a kind of narrator and spiritual guide for Homer.
Orville Livingston: Male, American, 40’s or older, a business man who has helped the nuns in the past and gives Homer a part time job, friendly enough but still trying to run a business
Sister Albertine: Female, teens to 30’s, German, learning English
Sister Elizabeth: Female, teens to 30, German, learning English
Sister Gertrude: Female, teens to 30, German, learning English
Sister Agnes: Female, teens to 30, German, learning English