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828 Main St in the West Village • Cambria, CA 93428

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PEWTER PLOUGH PLAYHOUSE announces open auditions for SUDS by Richard Sharp, a play about love in a laundromat, to be held at the theatre 828 Main Street in the West Village of Cambria on Friday and Saturday, April 21 & 22 at 2pm. Anyone unable to attend the open auditions may be able to arrange another audition time by calling 805-680-1293. The play will run from June 23 thru July 30. Performances be on Friday and Saturday nights with Sunday matinees.

Directed by Richard Sharp.

Four men and three women are needed.

SUDS is about the funny, poignant, romantic and thought-provoking things that happen with people who are forced, for one reason or another, to use a coin op laundromat. In it we meet: Emily, the laundromat owner; Al, a 50-ish smooth talking car lot owner and salesman who underneath has a really good heart; Peter, a 40-ish substitute teacher who is still trying to make love and life work out the way he thinks they should; Stephanie, a 30-ish woman who is not quite sure what she wants, but definitely what she doesn’t; and various laundromat patrons, among them: a hysterical woman who's lost her wedding ring; a pregnant lady with a large brood; a woman who enjoys a full-blown picnic while doing her laundry; an eager beaver travel agent; a laundry machine repair man; a man with such limited wardrobe that he washes everything he owns while wrapped in a towel; and others. all played by four actors.

In the play, we meet

1) a man in his 50s 'or so' who's a fast talking car salesman but underneath has a tender heart;

2) a couple in their mid-30s 'or so' who come to the laundromat and whom we witness over time as both cozy lovebirds with lots of "PDA" and comically dramatic lovers on the verge of stormily breaking up;

3) some 2-4 character actors who will be doing multiple hilarious cameo roles as various patrons of the laundromat, i.e. an hysterical woman who's lost her wedding ring; a pregnant lady eating everything in sight; an eager beaver travel agent/laundry machine repair man; a man with such limited wardrobe that he washes everything he owns while wrapped in a towel.