TLT Playreadings Information Page

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Terrace Little Theatre will be Holding Playreadings Sunday, November 17th of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" and Then Next Sunday, November 24th of Neil Simon's "Rumors"!!!

Terrace Little Theatre will be holding playreadings on Sunday, November 17th and Sunday, November 24th of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" and Neil Simon's "Rumors", respectively. Both playreadings will be at 1:00 pm.

"All My Sons" requires 6 men and 4 women of varying ages.

Synopsis: Joe Keller, a successful businessman, lives comfortably with his wife, Kate, and son, Chris, in a suburban American neighborhood. They have only one sadness in their lives - the loss of their other son, Larry, who went missing in World War II. After three years, Kate still clings to the hope that her son is alive. Chris would like her to give up that hope because he wants to marry Ann, an old neighbor and Larry's former fiancee.

Ann arrives. Kate, sensing the reason for her visit, gets a little touchy. We learn that Ann's father is in prison for a crime he committed while working in Joe's factory. Faced with a batch of defective machine parts, he patched them and sent them out, causing the death of 21 pilots during the war. Turns out that Joe was also accused of this crime and convicted, but he was exonerated (set free) during the appeal. Steve went to prison; Joe returned home and made his business bigger and better.

Soon after Ann's arrival, her brother George follows, straight from visiting his father in prison. He knows what Chris has in mind and is totally against him marrying Ann. Joe and Kate do their best to charm George into submission, but finally it's Ann who sends him away. She wants to marry Chris no matter what.

The marriage of Chris and Ann is becoming a reality - and Kate can't handle it, because it means Larry is truly dead. And if Larry is dead, she tells Chris, it's because his own father killed him, since Larry was also a pilot. Chris finally confronts his father's guilt in shipping those defective parts.

But Chris won't do anything about it. He won't even ask his father to go to prison. Ann, who turned her back on her own father for the same reason, insists that Chris take a hard line. Joe Keller goes inside to get his things. A gunshot is heard. He's killed himself.

For information on Neil Simon's "Rumors", see the post below.

Come out, even if you only wish to watch. And bring a friend.

Terrace Little Theatre is Holding Two Playreadings, One with Auditions, August 17th and 18th!!!

Terrace Little Theatre is holding two playreadings and one audition session. The first playreading for Neil Simon's "Rumors" will include an audition during the read. The characters range in age from their mid 20's to their mid 50's. There are roles for 5 men and 5 women of which there are small, medium and large roles.
Synopsis: Charley and Myra Brock are celebrating their 10th anniversary and have invited all their good friends. Chris and Ken Gorman, a legal couple, are the first ones to arrive. They show up only to find that Myra is missing and Charley has "accidentally" shot himself in the ear.

The second playreading will be for Le Navet Bete and John Nicholson's "Dracula: The Bloody Truth". There are roles for 4 actors who will portray 40 different characters. Their ages range from their 20's and 30's to Van Helsing in his 50's.
Synopsis: Traveling across Europe, from the dark and sinister Transylvanian mountains to the charming seaside town of Whitby, Professor Van Helsing and his three amateur actors stage a life-changing, theatrical production of Dracula, hoping to establish, once and for all, the bloody truth.

Terrace Little Theatre is Holding Two More Playreadings This Sunday, February 24th at 1:00 pm at the McColl Playhouse!!!

Terrace Little Theatre will be holding two more playreadings this Sunday starting at 1:00 pm at the McColl Playhouse.

Two plays will be read this Sunday starting with "Deck Chairs", at 1:00 pm, which requires 4 to 8 women. Four short pieces - about gardeners, grandmothers, theatre-goers, former roommates.

The second play to be read is called "Rabbit Hole", which requires 2 men and 3 women. We first meet two sisters - one of women is grieving for her child; the other has newly discovered she is pregnant. The other female character is their mother. The two male parts are the grieving father and a 17-year-old young man

These readings will also serve as potential casting auditions for our spring show which will be directed by Robin MacLeod.

For more information, send an email to

Come out, even if you only wish to watch. And bring a friend.

Terrace Little Theatre is Holding More Playreadings Starting on January 28th at 7:00 pm at the McColl Playhouse!!!

Terrace Little Theatre will be holding more playreadings, starting on Monday January 28th at 7:00 pm at the McColl Playhouse.

Monday, January 28th reading "Relatively Speaking" (4m 3w)
Wednesday, January 30th reading "Helium" (3m 3w)
Saturday, February 2nd at 11 am reading "The Waverly Gallery"
Monday, February 4th reading "Deck Chairs" (2m 8w)
Wednesday, February 6th reading "Albertine in Five Times" (6W)

All playreadings will have a 7:00 pm start with the exception of this Saturday's offering, February 2nd at 11:00 am, which will be Kenneth Lonergan's "The Waverly Gallery".
A harrowingly honest, yet humorous, group portrait.
"From the moment Gladys Green opens her mouth it's clear that for this garrulous woman, idle conversation isn't a time killer. It is a lifeline."

Come out for a fun evening, even if you would simply like to listen, and bring a friend.

Terrace Little Theatre is Holding Two More Play Readings January 21st and 23rd at 6:30 pm at the McColl Playhouse!!!

Updated:Terrace Little Theatre is holding more play readings for Club Night January 21st and 23rd at 6:30 pm at the McColl Playhouse.

Play readings will be happening again this coming Monday and Wednesday at 6:30 pm at the McColl Playhouse.
Come when you can; stay as long as you can!

Monday January 21st:
A reading of "Rabbit Hole", winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize.
"Becca and Howie Corbett have everything a family could want, until a life‑shattering accident turns their word upside-down and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart. [The play] charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day."

Becca ‑ early 40's
Izzy (female) ‑ late 20's ‑ early 30's
Howie ‑ 30's ‑ early 40's
Nat (female) ‑ 50's ‑ mid 60's
Jason ‑ 17.

Wednesday Jan 23rd a reading of "Car Pool".
"Car Pool examines five middle‑management employees on the commute between their homes in the suburbs and their work at a conglomerate. Over six months, the men question their values, identities, and relationships, especially when they start to fear for their jobs after the company announces a major restructuring."

Suggested ages:
Arthur ‑ 65,
Carl ‑ 31,
Gene ‑ 46,
Raymond ‑ 50,
Willard ‑ 39.

Come out for a fun evening, even if you would simply like to listen, and bring a friend.