FARMINGTON — The Sandy River Players of Farmington are announcing round two of auditions for  their fall production of “Greater Tuna,” a comedy by Jaston Williams and Joe Sears.
“Greater Tuna” takes the audience through a day in the lives of the citizens of Tuna, Texas, encountering such things as radio station OKKK, UFO sightings, a used weapons sale and celebrity murder. The play will be directed by retired University of Maine at Farmington professor of theater, Peter Simmel.
Auditions will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday and Friday, Sept. 14 and 15, and from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 16. The auditions will be held in the Performance Forum at Mt. Blue High School. 
The cast includes 19 characters. Some roles are likely to be double cast. Auditioners are asked to be ready to do cold readings from the script. The performance dates for Greater Tuna are Nov. 9 to 12. 
SRP is also seeking an assistant stage manager.  
 FMI: email [email protected] or SRP FaceBook page.  


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