Garage Sale auditions set

New comedy play presented by Mission’s Opening Nite Theatre.

Opening Nite Theatre has announced that open auditions for Garage Sale, a Canadian play written by David King and directed by Norma Rushton, will take place on September 2 and 3 at 7 p.m.

Auditions will be held at the Opening Nite Theatre, at 33223 N. Railway Ave. in Mission

The play runs Oct. 23 to Nov. 8 and is about Phil, a middle-aged father,who is frustrated with the direction his life has taken.

He has a plan though: sell everything and move his wife and two teenagers to the desert. He has, unfortunately, neglected to mention this to his family.

Through their discovery of the true reason of the garage sale and the wonderfully strange collection of characters that attend – a cranky neighbour, two bargain fanatics and the disheveled Billy Boyce – we get a delightful day-in-the-life comedy and some surprising resolutions.

Performers of all ages are welcome to try out.

 

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