PERFORMANCE DATES: APRIL 17TH THROUGH 26TH
FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT 8 AND SUNDAYS AT 2:30
AUDITIONS: JANUARY 13TH AND 14TH AT 7:30
Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer prize winning play Our Town first opened on Broadway in 1938, and has since become an absolutely beloved part of the American theater repertoire. Its tender, delicate portrait of small-town, ordinary lives has come to have an extraordinary resonance, partly thanks to the bold but simple, stripped back simplicity of its storytelling.
Stage Manager – The host of and narrator of the play.
George Gibbs – Dr. and Mrs. Gibbs’s son. His courtship of Emily Webb and eventual marriage to her is central to the play.
Emily Webb – Mr. and Mrs. Webb’s daughter and Wally’s older sister. Emily is George’s schoolmate and next-door neighbor, then his fiancée, and later his wife.
Dr. Gibbs – George’s father and the town doctor.
Mrs. Gibbs – George’s mother and Dr. Gibbs’ wife.
Mr. Webb – Emily’s father and the publisher and editor of the Grover’s Corners Sentinel.
Mrs. Webb – Emily’s mother and Mr. Webb’s wife.
Mrs. Soames – A gossipy woman who sings in the choir along with Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Gibbs.
Simon Stimson – The choirmaster, whose alcoholism and undisclosed “troubles” have been the subject of gossip in Grover’s Corners for quite some time.
Rebecca Gibbs – George’s younger sister.
Wally Webb – Emily’s younger brother.
Howie Newsome – The local milkman.
Joe Crowell, Jr. – The paperboy.
Si Crowell – Joe’s younger brother, also a paperboy.
Professor Willard – A professor at the State University.
Constable Warren – A local policeman.
Sam Craig – Emily Webb’s cousin, who has left Grover’s Corners to travel west.
Joe Stoddard – The town undertaker.