OCP Announces Auditions for ‘Dead Bird Play’

Omaha Community Playhouse is pleased to announce auditions for:

Dead Bird Play
By Maddie Radcliffe

A part of OCP’s Alternative Programming Series

Directed by Charisa Ramsey

Virtual Auditions
Nov. 21 and 22 | 2–6 p.m.
Auditions will be by appointment only via Zoom in 20 minute increments. Actors will be read in pairs. Please email Becky Deiber at bdeiber@omahaplayhouse.com to schedule a virtual audition and to receive audition paperwork and sides.

*The two characters in this play (ALEX and JORDAN) are deliberately not categorized by gender, race, age, ability or sexuality. This is a deliberate intent to actively encourage equitable casting. This reading will be filmed on Dec. 14th, 2020 and streamed at a later date.

Synopsis: In this new play by Maddie Radcliffe, everything’s fine until it’s not. All Alex wants is keep their porch plants alive, and all Jordan just wants is to visit their friend. An otherwise uneventful day plunges into surreal chaos when an ungodly amount of dead birds plummet from the sky and blanket Alex’s yard. What is this? A freak illness? A government conspiracy? Something…darker? Just when is a good time to talk about what happened? When an apocalypse seems nigh, your choices, past, present, and future, come into sharp relief.

Through upholding high ethical standards, demonstrating respect for all and consciously working to provide diverse representation, OCP is committed to creating an inclusive and safe environment in which all community members feel a sense of belonging, and does not discriminate in casting practices on the basis of an individual’s ethnicity, age, gender, physical and cognitive ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, country of origin or other factors. Omaha Community Playhouse is committed to diverse and inclusive casting.

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