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RUN FOR YOUR WIFE


 by Ray Cooney and directed by Katie Rogers


October 26, 2018 - 1:30 pm and October 29, 2018 at 3 pm in the Americana room at Mulberry Rec Center


A Full play with a full stage set  and body microphones - requires a total of 5 men and 3 women

Only VTC members may audition.  If you are not currently a member of The VTC and would like to audition, 

contact us and we will send you a membership form. You must be a member on the day of auditions.


Play Summary:

A cab driver, John Smith, literally has two lives, complete with two different wives, Mary and Barbara. 

Somehow, he manages to juggle them both without arousing suspicion. However, he gets caught up in a 

a car accident and wakes up in a hospital.  He ends up with the wrong wife by his side and is forced to deal 

with explaining things to both of his wives and the police all at once. 

  
Character descriptions: 

John Smith - is a taxi driver in the Villages (not exactly a prosperous career here). John has two wives. One 

living in the Village of Charlotte and the other in Pine Ridge. When he gets into an accident with his taxi, his 

situation blows up in his face. John does all he can to keep his lifestyle a secret from his wives and the police.


Stanley Gardner - Unemployed Stanley is John's best friend and a menace to Mary Smith. Stanley didn't know

about John's two wives until the police showed up. He tries to help his buddy keep his secret but he only makes

it worse.

Mary Smith (wife #1) and Barbara Smith (Wife #2) - Both are madly in love with John and are the 

breadwinners of the family. The are independent and tough women but are clueless about his dual life!

Detective Sergeant Troughton - Sumter County Sheriff's Office - Investigating John's accident and the identity

confusion.

Detective Sergeant Porterhouse - Lake County Sheriff's Office - also investigating John's identity but for Lake

County.

Bobby Jones - John and Barbara's "gay" next door neighbor

Sandy - A surpise person. (Small part for a female at the end of the play)

Newspaper Reporter - another small part, man or women.

Performance dates: January 25 - 28, 2019 at 7 pm


Contact: Katie Rogers at katieintv@gmail.com or 603-352-5176 to get a copy of the play to read.


Rehearsal Schedule: Click on "Schedules for all Full Plays" at the top of the page


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Christmas Eve at Momma's


Written and directed by Bob Petrucelli and Carol Azzarone-Onuschak 


October 30, 2018 - 11 am in the Americana room at Mulberry Rec Center


Short play - no set or body microphones - requires a total of 3 men and 5 women

Any Villages resident may audition.  If chosen, you must join The VTC. People with little or no experience are

encouraged to audition.


Play Summary:


It's Christmas Eve at Momma's house, circa 1975. It's the traditional Feast of the Seven Fishes, but Momma 

wasn't expecting Joey to bring another one of his conquests to dinner. Tiffany was another one of Joey's 

conquests. Joey was married twice to Italian women and divorced from both of them. His latest conquest was 

Tiffany, a real bimbo. Momma was from the ole' country. She  brought all of the traditions she learned as a 

child with her.  Momma never quite adapted to life in America and having Nonna with her guaranteed that the 

Italian culture would be passed down and continued.  This original comedy, written through the eyes of those 

who lived through it, will bring back memories of days gone by as Momma's children are forever branded with 

the undying love of family, while never forgetting that "Momma knows best."


Character descriptions:


Momma (Real name Rose short for Rosalina) - An elderly, take charge lady, in her 60's, matronly dresssed

Dad (real name Giovanni) - an elderly man with the start of Alzheimer's or dementia

Faye (Short for Philamena) - 40ish with a feminists attitude. Married to Johnny, one child, Angela, who is living 

                                               and studying in Italy for a year.

Yola (Short for Yolanda) - 40ish, meek and unmarried

Nonna (real name Maria) - 70ish dressed in all black, still mourning her husband who died 20 years ago

Tiffany - 30ish dressed very brassy, flashy, the classic "bimbo"

Joey - 30ish a real GUIDO type (tons of gold chains etc). Wears a "wife beater" T shirt. Been married and 

           divorced twice with one child, Anthony.

Johnny - 40ish married to Faye another GUIDO type


Performance date:  December 18, 2018


Contact: Bob Petrucelli at bobbyp5009@aol.com or 352-259-0868 

                Carol Azzarone at cazzarone2@gmail.com or 973-615-1868


Click on "TwoBuck Tuesdays Rehearsals  and Workshops " above for rehearsal schedule


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MORNING'S AT SEVEN


 by Paul Osborn and directed by Caroline and Ken Hoffmann


January 8, 2019 at 10:30 sharp in the Americana room at Mulberry Rec Center (Anyone who can not 

make this time should contact the Hoffmanns to arrange an audition)


A Full play with a full stage set  and body microphones - requires a total of 4 men and 5 women

Only VTC members may audition.  If you are not currently a member of The VTC and would like to audition, 

contact us and we will send you a membership form. You must be a member on the day of auditions.


Play Summary:


Aaronetta and Ida gibbs have lived next door to each other most of their lives and along with Esther, all of the

Gibb sisters are an open book to each. Husbands not included. Into the fray comes Myrtle Brown, perpetually 

engaged to Ida's son Homer. But Homer can't seem to pop the question. Taking matters into her own hands, 

Myrtle finally gets a proposal by compelling Homer to fly the nest. Sort of! This perennially charming portrait of 

small town America fifty plus years ago will make you laugh out loud and will have you remembering those 

seemingly uncomplicated times. Mark you calendars for this wonderful production.

 
Character descriptions: Click the button below:


Performance dates: April 26 - 29, 2019 at 7 pm


Contact: Caroline and Ken Hoffman at choffmann29@aol.com or 352-259-8753 to get a copy of the play to 

                 read around December.


Rehearsal Schedule: Click on "Schedules for all Full Plays" at the top of the page

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MY NARRATOR

A Romantic Comedy by Norm Foster Directed by Carol Greenfield

February 2 - 1:30 pm Sharp in the Americana room at Mulberry Rec Center


Short play - no set or body microphones - requires a total of 2 men and 2 women

Any Villages resident may audition.  If chosen, you must join The VTC. People with little or no experience are

encouraged to audition.


Play Summary: Imagine what would happen if that little voice inside your head - the one that tells you how to 

behave and what choices to make- suddenly took on a life of its own. For Lacy and Miles, love is what happens

and with hilarious results.  An original love story that's modern, clever and extremely relatable that you don't 

want to miss.

Character descriptions:

Lacy - struggling, well-mannered, earnest painter

Miles - scruffy, poor-mannered but good hearted lay-about loser.

Barb - Lacy's narrator ( voice in her head)

Bob - Miles' narrator

Performance date:  April 9, 2019


Contact: Carol Greenfield - villageslady25@aol.com or 352-272-1902


Click on "TwoBuck Tuesdays Rehearsals  and Workshops " above for rehearsal schedule


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