Old Globe looking for a ‘Few’ good voices

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – The Old Globe will hold open auditions next month for
members of the public interested in giving a voice to one of 17 characters who
call and place a personal ad in a struggling newspaper in Samuel D. Hunter's
comedy “The Few.”

The Old Globe will use 17 recorded voices as a storytelling component in
“The Few,” which is scheduled to run from Sept. 28 through Oct. 27 in the
Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre.

The characters represent long-haul truckers, women and men aged 40 and
older from across the country. Theater officials say they are looking for
“authentic voices and accents to represent the nation's diversity.”

Auditions will be held July 21 at the theater's Copley Plaza in Balboa
Park from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., on a first-come, first-served basis. Those without
previous acting experience are encouraged to try out, theater officials said. A
short audition script will be provided.

Those who are chosen to have their voice featured during the show's run
will be notified in August and will earn $150 and two tickets to the

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