AUDITIONS START AT 4:30 PM, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4th, or by appointment. LATTE hows are chosen based on cast complement, talent, and chemistry.
Rehearsals are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturdays. Heck week attendance is mandatory. Adherence to the Actor’s Code is an integral part of LATTE. Frontrunners are An Ideal Husband, Alice in Wonderland and Murder on the Orient Express.
Oscar Wilde’s delightful farce, AN IDEAL HUSBAND.
SIR ROBERT, a newly married and upstanding politician, is happily married to an outstanding woman, GERTRUDE, who worships him. They are THE kind and respected power couple of London and all wish to have such a match to AN IDEAL HUSBAND. Enter MRS. CHEVERLY, fem fatal and nemesis of GERTRUDE who threatens and blackmails ROBERT with a scandel, unless he supports her scam. ROBERT turns to his old friend and witty rake, LORD ARTHUR, who used to be engaged to MRS. CHEVERLY, dated GERTRUDE, and is actually interested in settling down with ROBERT’S sisters, MABEL. What could possibly go wrong? Find out in Oscar Wilde’s beloved come-drama, filled with the satire of politics, social intrigue, and twist endings! #audition tomorrow at 5 after the #actingworkshop. www.lattetheater.com or 708-655-0989
Lewis Carroll’s most beloved fantasy universe, this version was originally produced and later revived on Broadway, in this most successful dramatic version of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass: a journey into a world of complete illusion, in high comedy and slap-stick comedy.
Nobody does mystery like Agatha Christie.
Just after midnight, a snowdrift stops the Orient Express in its tracks. The luxurious train is surprisingly full for the time of the year, but by the morning it is one passenger fewer. An American tycoon lies dead in his compartment, stabbed a dozen times, his door locked from the inside. Isolated and with a killer in their midst, detective Hercule Poirot must identify the murderer – in case he or she decides to strike again.
WHY DO I BRING WITH?
Please bring your calendars with your commitments and schedules, including spring break and family vacations.
Shows are May 8th – 9th. Casts members are expected to be available for mandatory heck starting Friday, May 1st, the week before the show. The Saturday show date has back to back shows and an audience talkback/panel discussion. The cast is expected to be available including prep time, in between the matinee and evening performances, and for set strike following the show. Families are expected to share volunteer duties for best show and needs of the cast as a whole. “Many hands make light work” in LATTE, and the teen cast thrives with this philosophy.