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3101 35 St.  Lubbock, TX

Upcoming Auditions

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No Room For A Picture On The Blank Wall
Thursday, February 9 • 7pm
Callbacks February 10 as necessary
At Lubbock Community Theatre • 3101 35th St

Performance Dates March 24, 25, 26, 31 & April 1, 2 in the LCT Black Box

Written by David R. Remschel
Directed by Patrick Alan
Published by Dramatic Pubslishing

About the show:

When Peter suddenly can’t see a picture in the home he shares with his wife, Rosemary, his life
begins to fade away. After a “Memory Removal Company” begins to take away his life,
memories, and home, his family realise the father and husband they know is rapidly
disappearing. Peter must fight for the memories and people he loves harder than he could have
ever imagined. This show scratches the surface of the harsh reality of having Alzheimer’s and
the heart-wrenching journey loved ones must experience.

 

Casting call:

Peter Bunther (50-60s, male identifying): Led a very successful photography career living
alongside his wife, Rosemary, who he shares a very loving and healthy relationship with. This
character becomes afflicted with Alzheimer’s and begins to lose his most cherished memories.
Usually very happy, but shows extreme moments of fear and confusion.
Casting note: Shares a kiss with Rosemary.

Rosemary Bunther (50-60s, female identifying): Married to Peter, whom she loves very much.
When he is diagnosed with Alzheimer's, she does her best to care for him. She loves hard. She is
kind, but firm, oftentimes throughout the show, she is living with the pain of loss.

Casting note: Shares a kiss with Peter.

Dr. William Fitzgivings (50s, male identifying): Family friend of the Bunthers. Does his best to
comfort and be there for the family. He is a kind soul.

Mover Mac (20-50s, any gender): This character is not a real person. They are a part of the
“Memory Removal Company” that takes away Peter’s memories. They are a personification of
Peter’s Alzheimer’s. Cracks jokes but also has a heart.

Casting note: This character helps to take apart the set and carry it offstage.

Mover Benny (20-50s, any gender): This character is not a real person. They are a part of the
“Memory Removal Company” that takes away Peter’s memories. They are a personification of
Peter’s Alzheimer’s. Cracks jokes but also has a heart.

Casting note: This character helps to take apart the set and carry it offstage.

Simon Bunther (20-30s, male identifying): Peter and Rosemary’s son. Shares skills with his
father in photography. Loves his parents, but is nervous to get help for his parents (mostly cause
he knows they will react negatively).

Amy Bunther (20-30s, female identifying): Married to Simon, loves the Bunthers and is doing
her best to support Simon in getting help for his parents. Becomes frustrated when he seemingly
is stalling in talking to his mother.

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