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Santa’s having a Pajama Party and YOU ARE INVITED!
Wear your favorite holiday PJ’s to join Santa and his elves in a Winter Wonderland filled with holiday treats.
The party includes:
• Craft Activities • Games • Milk and Cookies • Photo with Santa
• Keepsake Photo Ornament • Entertainment by Santa’s Elves • and SNOW!
Sponsored by Durbin Accountants and Consultants
When: Saturday, December 2 and 9, 2023 || 10 AM
Where: 30 by Ninety Theatre, 880 Lafayette Street, Mandeville
Ages: 4-10 Years Old
Cost: $40 per child
Space is limited.
Complete registration form to reserve your spot(s). Once registered, you will receive a link within 2-4 days to provide payment. || Register your child(ren) here.
Poinsettia and Mimosas will be available for purchase for the “big kids” (parents).
** If parents plan to sit with their children during the event, they will need to buy a seat for the full amount. Otherwise, you will be able to observe and take pictures, relax in the lobby, or enjoy a mimosa or poinsettia. Complimentary water and coffee will be provided. Email info@30byNinety.com with any questions.
AUDITION TIMES ::
SATURDAY, JAN. 6
1 - 5 PM
JAN. 7, 1 PM
March 9, 15, 16, 22, 23 || 8:00 PM
March 10, 17, 24 || 2:30 PM
As part of our 10th Season Celebration of Revivals, 30 by Ninety Theatre Presents “A Few Good Men,” originally staged in Season 3, February 4-19, 2017.
Each show in our revival season has ties back to the original production. We are happy to announce that TOM BUBRIG will be reprising his role as Col. Nathan R. Jessep, SAM PICKENS as Lt. Jonathan James Kendrick and Laurie Bonura, who played Lt. Cmdr. Joanne Galloway, will direct the show.
Rehearsals will run January 10 – March 8. Audition will be a cold reading from pre-selected sides individually and/or with others. Register for the audition here.
*If you would like to audition but are unable to attend the initial round of auditions on the 6th, please contact info@30byNinety.com.
**If you are aware of any conflicts, please indicate them on the audition signup form or during the audition in order to facilitate scheduling.
ROLES: 15 M, 1 W
Lt. J. G. Daniel A. Kaffee (Male, 25-35): Attended Harvard Law on a Navy scholarship. Son of a legendary, popular and politically connected Civil Rights lawyer. Not sure he measures up, but wants to. Smart, quick-witted, charming
Lt. J. G. Sam Weinberg (Male, 27-39) Career JAG attorney, family man, and close friend to Kaffee. Laid back and very intelligent. Not afraid to give voice to the play’s moral/ethical conflicts.
Lt. Cmdr. JoAnne Galloway (Female, 30s): All-business, intelligent, detail-oriented JAG lawyer. She is trying to make her way in a man’s world (highlighted by the fact that she is the only woman on the stage). The men she works with are always underestimating her.
Lt. Jack Ross (Male, 30s): Experienced and talented JAG attorney/prosecutor. Ross knows how to try a good case. Follows orders and protocol but knows himself and is a nice guy.
Lance Cpl. Harold W. Dawson (Male, 20-25): A natural leader who values honor and personal integrity. He was held back from promotion after he defied questionable orders. Now a defendant on trial for murder.
PFC Loudon Downey (Male, 18-21): Doesn’t understand everything that goes on around him. Respectful and quiet. Admires and depends on Dawson. Also on trial for murder.
Capt. Matthew A. Markinson (Male, 45-60): Older than Jessep, yet outranked by him. He spent 17 years as a counter-intelligence operative. Sees the injustice around him but feels powerless to change things.
PFC William T. Santiago (Male, 18-25): Wants to fit in as a Marine, but can’t. Sensitive and sincere. The victim.
Capt. Isaac Whitaker (Male, 40s-50s): A career JAG attorney and senior administrator who supervises young trial attorneys.
Capt. Julius Alexander Randolph (Male, 45-55): The Trial Judge. Tough, but fair.
Cmdr. Walter Stone (Male, 45-55): Doctor. Sensible, but easily swayed.
Cpl. Jeffrey Owen Howard (Male, 20s): Likable and friendly Marine.
Marines, M.P.s, Lawyers, Orderly, etc. (Males, 18-40)