Due to the health threat of the COVID-19 virus, we have elected to postpone auditions for Sex Please, We’re Sixty. Please watch our website and our Facebook page for future announcements and PLEASE STAY WELL.
Director Annette Forsythe will be looking to fill the roles of 2 males and 4 females for this hilarious comedy about Mrs. Stancliffe’s Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast, the neighbors, the almost always female guests, and the mix up of Viagra pills and the untested “Venusia” pills.
BUD DAVIS – age 70 +; the next-door neighbor to Mrs. Stancliffes’ Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast; weak, frail looking (the frailer the better), however, over the years, he has become renowned among the female guests as “Bud the Stud;” very elderly, somewhat infirm, chauvinistic, brazen, but likeable.
MRS. STANCLIFFE – age 60 +; the owner of Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast; a severe woman both in dress and manner; pursued by her next door neighbor, Henry; sensible, practical, punctual, business like, menopausal, but finally radiant and sensuous.
HENRY MITCHELL – age 60+; a retired chemist and Mrs. Stancliffe’s “Gentleman Caller;” a mild mannered man who has proposed to Mrs. Stancliffe every afternoon for twenty years; has developed Venusia; eventually comes out of his shell.
VICTORIA AMBROSE – age 50+; a renowned author who writes steamy romantic novels; pines for romance in her personal life, but finds none; readily joins the plot to turn “Bud the Stud” into “Bud the Dud;” pretty, serious, intelligent, menopausal.
HILLARY HUDSON – age 50+; beautiful, well educated, articulate, and sophisticated in both manner and dress; old friend and co-worker of Henry’s, who agrees to test the “Venusia” pills; elegant, charming, and menopausal.
CHARMAINE BEAUREGARD – age 50+; the quintessential southern belle; definitely here at Rose Cottage for Bud and becomes the leading light in the plot to tame him; voluptuous, out-going, gushing, demonstrative, menopausal.
Performances on the Upstairs Top Side Stage
May 22 – June 7, 2020
Friday and Saturday 8:00 p.m. Sunday 2:30 p.m.