Theatre Tuscaloosa wants to read! We will be taking this time when we have limited contact to use ZOOM as a way for us to virtually gather and read plays aloud about once a month.
Sign up if you are interested in reading Radio T.B.S. (Trailerpark Broadcasting Scandals) by Landon Smith. The reading will be Tuesday, May 16 at 7pm via Zoom. Sign-up below to read a male or female role, and you will be provided a copy of the script and assigned a role.
*Recommended that all participants are over 18 years of age.
We need 10 women to play the spoken roles. We will also need someone to read the stage directions. If you just want to join in and listen, you can do that, too.
Radio hostesses and society doyennes Vesta Poteet and Dixie Mandrell bring to you the comings and goings of the activities in and around The Luna Del Mar Manufactured Home Oasis and Monkey Empire -- very few of the monkeys are contagious. And what a jumpin' place this trailor park is. There's a visit to Graceland from rovin' reporter Missy Goode (and her unfortunate arrest by the security guards); there's the upcomin' Miss Manatee contest, if forced contestant Mayola Felts can stop eaten' every sweet thing she can get her hands on; there's The Heart of Dixie advice for the lovelorn and addicted -- a subscription to the Gone with the Wind collectors series of plates with Scarlette O'Hara looking like Ernest Borgnine in drag is a dramatic disappointment. The colossal celebration at Luna Del Mar, penicillin capital of central Florida, is Jesus and Elvis; A Tribute to the Kings, a little nativity with some rock n' roll. So it's not the holidays, but in honor of Elvis, a drive-by nativity is planned with headlights to be beamed on the annual tableau -- low headlights, PLEASE! If you think that this kings' tribute runs smoothly, you'll also believe that teased hair is a thing of the past.
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