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The Westfield Community Players will hold auditions for “Wait Until Dark,” a thriller by Frederick Knott that will open their 2023-2024 season. Performance dates are weekends October 14-28, 2023.

     Director David Kelley will be assembling a diverse cast for these roles:

                Mike Talman - A former cop who’s done time for a scam he and Carlino

                ran together. He is in need of money and doesn’t care where he gets it,

                but underneath he is a decent guy. 30 to 40 years old

               Sgt. Carlino -  Talman’s former partner in crime. More of a sleaze,

                basically without morals. A man who thinks he’s far cleverer than he is.

                40 to 50 years old.

               Harry Roat, Jr. -  A truly evil man who will stop at nothing to get what he

                wants and will eliminate anyone who gets in his way. A sociopath.

                30 to 50 years old.

              Susy Hendrix  - A young almost newlywed, recently blinded in an accident

                and working to make a normal life as a blind person. Very much in love

               with her husband, Sam. Bright and inventive. 25 to 35 years old.

              Sam Hendrix - Susy’s husband. An aspiring art photographer, much in

               love with Susy and working with her to get her used to her blindness.

               A good guy. Around 30 years old.

              Gloria -  The upstairs girl who helps Susy and Sam with errands and

               chores. A bit truculent, but she rises to the occasion. 9 years old

               according to the script.

             Two Policemen -  Small roles at the end of the play.


     Auditions will be held August 6, 7 & 8 from 7-9 PM. At the theater located at 1000 North Ave. West in Westfield.  Please bring a resume and headshot if available-audition sheets will be provided.  Readings will be from the script.  WCP is proud to have an open and inclusive casting policy.


     For more information, contact producer Bill Seesselberg at

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