A New Play by Brady Dundas
Directed by Dave Williams & Brady Dundas
Performances - June 10-19, 2010
The Woes of Being a Wallace is a heartfelt dramatic comedy about the importance of family. It is the story of William Wallace (no, not the guy from the movie), a young man living in Boston, near his eccentric, and very Scottish grandparents, who took him in when his parents died. Everything changes when William announces he is engaged, and is moving to Los Angeles with his fiancé. The grandparents panic, and scheme ways to keep William from moving. Through a series of odd events, they lie to William, telling him his grandfather is deathly ill. He is faced with the decision of either starting a new life with his fiancé on the other side of the country, or staying with his family. You will laugh and cry as young William takes his journey of discovering the true definition of family.
Directors - Dave Williams and Brady Dundas
Mentor Director - Matt Cadman
Producer - Robin Armstrong
June 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19
Will - Pete Matthews
Candice - Mariann Browne
Leeland - John Schulz
Mallory - Sue Lawson
Fanny - Bonnie Van Hoven
Shamus - Brad Behrens
A very special thanks to everyone who came out to audition. There was definitely a tremendous amount of talent and it was difficult to make our decisions. Thank you!
Please note that auditions for Sweeney Todd will be happening this August!