Angel Street

Directed by Stephanie Robey

Angel Street: this suspenseful tale will keep the audience guessing about what’s really going on. A frazzled woman worries that she suffers from the same mental illness that killed her mother; a secretive man tries everything in his power to achieve his goals. The audience will be wondering, “Who is the good guy, who is the bad guy, and who is telling the truth?”

Produced by Stoughton Village Players at Stoughton Village Players Theater, 255 E Main St, Stoughton

Performances: March 17-26, 2022

Performance Times:
March 17-19 and 24-26, 2022

Ticket Prices: TBA

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Auditions

Auditions will be held on the following days:

1/10/2019
1/11/2019

Auditions: Monday and Tuesday, Jan 10-11, 6 pm
255 East Main Street, Stoughton Village Players Theater

All readings from the script. No other prep needed.

The married couple (Mr. and Mrs. Manningham) who are the main characters are middle class, neither rich nor poor. Ages 35-65 depending on who we cast.

Mrs. Manningham has an aura of being worn down and frightened, but she was clearly a former beauty

Mr. Manningham is suave and authoritative, with a touch of mystery and bitterness.

Elizabeth is an older, conservative, amiable house servant.

Nancy is a younger house servant (19 in the script, but we may cast someone older than that) - she is sassy and cheeky.

Rough is a middle-aged to older former detective. He is confident and friendly and has a take-charge attitude.