A wonderful group of actors aged 13 - 60s showed up to read tonight at our first audition for "Walk Two Moons," Tom Arvetis' compelling and surprisingly humorous adaptation of the Newbery Medal winning book by Sharon Creech. When asked what the play is about, I answer with a paraphrase from a character in the play: a person has to have hope to survive all the suffering in the world. It is easy to find out about the plot - sparknotes.com has a fine summary and character overview of the book. 

The 2nd round of auditions for DRT'S production of this honest and moving play will be this Saturday, September 10, 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm, at EK Powe Elementary School auditorium, 913 Ninth St., Durham, NC. 


3 - Teen Girls, (can be as old as early 20s if can play 13) for leads and supporting roles

2 - Adult Women: ages 20s - early 40s for small and supporting roles

2 - Adult Males: ages 20s - early 40s for small and supporting roles

1 - Adult Males - aged 50s - 60s for a supporting role

Join us on Saturday - We are going to have a great time bringing a powerful play to life for our audiences. Warmly, Jenny Justice