Auditions for Jack Benny’s Not 39 Anymore will be held on Sunday and Monday March 17 and 18 at 7 pm both nights at Charlotte Players, 1182 Market Circle, Port Charlotte, FL. No experience necessary. Show runs from May 17-25 in the Langdon Playhouse.
Director Jenni Elliott will be looking for 4 or 5 men and 3 women to play 8 roles.
Characterizations are attached.
Any questions please call 255-1022 10 am to 3 pm Mon-Fri.
Jack Benny’s Not 39 Any More
NORMAN BENDER: 72 years old. Feisty, always scheming to get rich quick. Accent: Jewish New York
EDNA BENDER: 70 years old. Norman’s wife of 40 years. Tolerant of his eccentricities but willing to go toe-to-toe with him when necessary. Accent: Jewish New York
ROSEMARIE DICARLO: 70 year-old attractive widow. Edna’s new friend and next door neighbor. Accent: New York Italian
MARCIE SILVERMAN: Norman and Edna’s divorced daughter, a fiftyish attractive lawyer. Accent: Jewish New York
RAYMOND DICARLO: Rosemarie’s divorced son, a fiftyish attractive lawyer. Accent: New York Italian
HARRY CONNEGHY: 72 years old. Retired sock magnate who was married only to his career. Accent: New York
RABBI TEITLEBAUM: 95 years old. He drifts in and out of reality. Accent: Jewish New York
JUDGE KRAUTHAMMER: Any age. Authoritarian and quirky. Accent: Jewish New York
Note: Rabbi Teitlebaum and Judge Krauthammer can be played by the same actor.