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    About Sleuth Auditions


    Auditions for the McNeese Theatre production of Sleuth by Anthony Shaffer will be held on Monday, November 14th from 5:00-9:00PM in the Tritico Theatre on the McNeese Campus.

    Four male roles will be cast and auditions are open to the public.  

    Those auditioning are encouraged to memorize a one-minute serious monologue and present it at the audition.  They may also present the monologue with a British, Irish or Cockney dialect if they wish.

    They should also pick up the audition scenes from Charles McNeely’s office in the Shearman Fine Arts Addition, Rm. 103A.  He can be contacted at (337) 513-8805

    An Audition Signup sheet and Audition Forms can be found on the McNeese Theatre Bulletin Board in the lobby of the Tritico Theatre.  

    McNeese Theatre is thrilled to bring this classic play to the Lake Area.  Sleuth is described as an “edge-of-your-seat mystery filled with stunning plot twists that is not only an exciting "whodunit" but a fascinating “whodunwhat."

    “Sleuth juggles a number of themes — deceit, jealousy, game playing, class war, British arrogance, and the humiliation of the outsider.”

    “It’s a play full of surprises so you’re asked to avoid those who have already seen it: loved ones must be shushed, strangers put politely but firmly in their place. With that being said, it won't hurt you to know that rich and famous Andrew Wyke, an author of mystery novels, invites his wife’s young lover, Milo Tindle, to his mansion for a drink.  What follows is a deadly chain of events that leaves bodies on the carpet, blood on the stairs and detectives at the door.”

    The play will be directed by Diane Rathbun and will be staged at the Lake Charles Little Theatre’s New Stable Playhouse

    Production dates are March 10, 11 & 12 with show times at 7:30PM on the 10th & 11th and 2:00PM on the 12th.

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