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Loves and Hours

June 2, 2017, 8:00pm – June 16, 2017, 8:00pm

June 2 – July 2 – Friday & Sat at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm
Press Opening: Sat, June 3rd
Industry Night: Monday, June 12 at 7:30pm

Love. Age. Perspective.
The wisdom learned of experience.
The innocence and impatience of youth.

Loves and Hours is the story of Dan Tilney. He’s a newly divorced empty nester – and a man now totally at a loss as to what to do with the rest of his life. His friends know. Dan needs a girl. But will it be Charlotte, beautiful, bursting with life and twenty years his junior? Or will it be Julia; his life-long friend and confidant? And what about his teenage son who is having an affair with a neighbor? And his ex-wife who has announced she’s gay? What about his best friend, Harold, – who is going through a midlife crisis and his daughter, Rebecca, who is seemingly furious with everything and everyone? In this gentle comedy, life and love are complicated for the young and not so young alike.

Written by local playwright: Stephen Metcalfe
Directed by: Fran Gercke
Cast includes: Beth Gallagher, Taylor Henderson, Dana Hooley, Paul Maley, Patrick McBride, Tori Rice, Jake Rosko, Sofia Sassone, Bill Shore, Percy Smitera
pc: Ken Jacques

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What a fantastic visit at rehearsal yesterday from LOVES AND HOURS playwright, Stephen Metcalfe!
The man behind the words….
Opens June 2! Directed by Fran Gercke

Beth Gallagher, Taylor Henderson, Dana Hooley, Paul Maley, Patrick McBride, Tori Rice, Jake Rosko, Sofia Sassone, William Parker Shore & DeNae Steele George Moy, Megan Aguilar-Ames & Barbara Barber, Percy Smitera, Jill Drexler pc: Ken Jacques See MoreSee Less

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SRT’s nominee for a 2017 SDPAL STAR Award, Julia Rhea. We are very grateful to Julia, as described below. See MoreSee Less

For the better part of 20 years, Julia Rhea has been THE key volunteer doing the layout of programs (e.g., "Playbill") for each of Scripps Ranch Theatre’s productions, of which there are now six each season. In addition to her remarkable software skills and artfulness, her diligence, responsiveness, and, frankly, her charming tolerance of last-minute changes and edits, speak volumes about her importance. From SRT’s perspective, we can’t imagine anyone being as creative, thorough, flexible, and overall engaging as Julia. SRT is proud to honor Julia as our highly deserving Star Award volunteer.

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CALL FOR ACTORS to read various roles in first drafts of brand new plays in Scripps Ranch Theatre’s New Works Studio. See descriptions of roles below. The purpose of these readings is so the playwrights may hear the plays out loud and receive feedback for rewrites.
You MUST be a very good cold reader – if you are not skilled at cold readings, please don’t respond. We may ask you to read different roles in different plays. We will be reading from electronic devices (Ipads, tablets, etc.) so owning one of those is helpful. You must be available Saturday, May 20 from Noon to 5pm and/or Saturday, June 3 from Noon to 5pm. There is no pay for these first draft readings. Readings will be on the campus where Scripps Ranch Theatre is located.
Please send a headshot/resume for consideration to Robert May at newworksstudio@scrippsranchtheatre.org

Play 1:
D.C. STEPHENSON – Man 40s (KKK Grand Dragon)
MADGE OBERHOLTZER – Woman 20s-30s
GEORGE OBERHOLTZER/GOVERNOR JACKSON/EPH INMAN – Man late 50s – 70
MATILDA OBERHOLTZER/Maybe unnamed Klan woman – Woman 50s – 70s
NARRATOR – female any age/Maybe Beatrice Spratly
ERMINA MOORE – Woman 30s- 40s/Maybe unnamed Klan Woman
ASA SMITH/KLENK – Man 30s-40s
SHORTY/REMY – Man 30-40s

Play 2:
NYACHUOL, female, 30s, Nuer, South Sudanese, married to Nyadomaac, strong beliefs in Nuer traditions, suffered traumas during the 2013 South Sudanese Civil unrest and disappointed with her previous marriage, a woman abounding with love and no one upon which to surrender it.
NYADOMAAC, female, late 20s, Nuer, South Sudanese, wife of Nyachuol, desires to be modern, craves education and opportunities denied to her in the refugee camp, and loves bubble gum.
ROBERTA BALL, female, early 60s, American (any ethnicity), arborist, former head of the Alpine Women’s Association, volunteer for the Nile Sisters (a refugee resettlement and nonprofit organization), strong hatred for the SPCA.

Play 3:
ANNIKA – Female, 26, White, half-Estonian, in her first year of a PHD in Astrobiology in the Astronomy/Physics Program at the University of Wyoming, Laramie. Crazy smart, nerdy, trusting, awesome. JONAH – Male, 26, White, Jewish, recently graduated from the MFA translation program at the University of Iowa. ANNIKA’s boyfriend. KEZIAH – Female, 22, half-Arapaho, an undergraduate senior at UW- Laramie with an astronomy and visual art double major; ANNIKA’s lab assistant and mentee. Smart, reactive and radical in a smart undergrad way. ISAAC – Male, 26, not white, in his first year of an orthopedic surgery residency at CU-Denver Teaching Hospital. A total bro; JONAH’s best bro. JACQUES La Rami – Male, white, 26, but looks much older, weather beaten. A French-Canadian fur trader, speaks with a light French- Canadian accent. A rough, mountain-man type: bearded, he always appears carrying a musket and pelts, wearing thick furs and a coonskin hat. See MoreSee Less

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Fantastic donor event at the theatre on Saturday! Friends of SRT learned a little more about casting, performing monologues, funny audition stories and more from SRT Artists Jill Drexler, Eric Poppick, Michelle Marie Trester, Dana Hooley, Alex Guzman, Cris O’Bryon Susan Clausen and Jim Caputo Thank you for joining us! And thanks for creating a fun day Caitlyn Hunter! www.scrippsranchtheatre.org See MoreSee Less

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Last three performances of FLEMMING (an American Thriller)! Must close April 30th. Don’t miss this one! Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm.
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Whaaaat? You’re a busy actor and haven’t seen FLEMMING yet? Catch the "Pay What You Can Industry NIght!" at Scripps Ranch Theatre.
Tonight, Sunday April 23rd at 7pm! Open Seating!
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