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C-4 The Park Record PARK CITY FILM SERIES.ORG CREATING COMMUNITY THROUGH FILM A FANTASTIC WOMAN APRIL APRIL APRIL 6 7 8 THE FIRST EPIC MOVIE Rated PG APRIL 7 Sat 4pm Free screening presented in partnership with the Park City Library. Fri 8pm Sat 8pm Sun 6pm Salt Lake Acting Company auditions for ‘The Wolves’ Play, which opens on Oct. 10, written by Sarah DeLappe CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS: Rated R Underwritten by Kathy Vallee JIM SANTY AUDITORIUM 1255 PARK AVE, PARK CITY • 435.615.8291 Submitted by the Salt Lake Acting Company The Salt Lake Acting Company will hold auditions for Sarah DeLappe’s “The Wolves” from 4-9 p.m. on Monday, April 16, at the Salt Lake Acting Company theater, 168 W. 500 North. Auditions for the soccer team will be divided into 15-minutes slots and will include prepared sides and provided physical warm-up videos. Soccer experience is a plus. Auditions for the soccer mom will be divided into five-minute slots. The characters include: • No. 11, a 17-year-old female of open ethnicity who is brainy, morbid, a budding elitist,thoughtful and a columnist for a high school newspaper. • No. 25, a 17-year-old female of open ethnicity who is the team defense, captain, and ex-coach’s daughter. She is well respected by the team, a hard worker and a strong eager. Role does require a buzz cut, will wear a wig for majority of play. Must be willing to shave head. • No. 13, a 16-year-old female of open ethnicity who is a stoner. Her older brother is a pot dealer. She likes being the life of the party and is the goof Continued from C-1 Hoekstra enjoys acting duce the play in Salt Lake City. “When it won the Tony for Best Musical, I didn’t know The L.A. 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Actors with soccer experience is a plus. • No. 46, a 16-year-old female of open ethnicity. She’s the new girl who is awkward, different and just wants to fit in. She is home schooled and lives in a yurt with her new age, travel writer mom. Actor must have sharp humor, can carry a tune and impressive soccer skills. Actor must juggle a soccer ball for one minute or perform a similarly impressive soccer skill during the show. • No. 2, a 16-year-old female of open ethnicity. She’s innocent, sheltered, unlucky, kind and petite. She does not like gossiping about others. She is kind and a member of her Episcopalian church’s youth group. She has no cellphone or TV in her house and has suffered multiple concussions from soccer. • No. 7, a 16-year-old female of open ethnicity, who likes to swear. She finds worth through her sexual value. She is dealing with a lot and has problems with authority. • No. 14, an 18-year old Armenian-American who is No. 7’s insecure sidekick. Her dad is Armenian, and tries to keep up with No. 7’s bad girl, cool vibe. She has a firm understanding of right and wrong and is the daughter of the Soccer Mom character. • No. 8, a 16-year-old female of open ethnicity who is childlike and determined to stay that way. She uses naiveté as a façade, and is a crier, a whiner, a giggly, excitable girl. if we would be able to get it,” she said. “But I kept it in my mind, so this is a truly a dream come true.” Fleming is grateful for her cast and crew’s dedication. “This play has tough musical numbers, and the cast needs to get the notes and rhythm right,” she said. “They can do it thanks to our musical director David Evanoff. And our director Jason has incredible instincts and vision. He knows where this play should go. I’m blown away we get to produce it.” The dedication also reaches to Hoekstra’s parents, who make sure their daughter gets to rehearsals in Salt Lake City six days a week. “The only day off for Ava is Monday,” Kristy Hoekstra said. “She needs to be there after school at 5:30 p.m. and she’s there until 10 p.m.” The schedule is different on Saturday and Sunday. It’s from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Ava Hoekstra said time management is the secret of balancing school with the production. “We have a program at school called Lunch Bunch where we can do our homework, but I have also started taking my computer to rehearsals,” she said. 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Stop by GPS data Foolish one Food in a humility metaphor Spheres Vanquish Hall of Fame chef De Laurentiis 82 Wreaked state 83 Tinkered with 84 85 86 89 94 96 99 101 102 104 105 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 115 117 118 119 120 121 “Soon” ATM giant Procure Full-figured model born Melissa Miller Archipelago with an eponymous wine Storied vessel Big weight Java creation Workers’ org. formed in 1886 Vasarely’s genre Word for word?: Abbr. Actor Davis Raised symbol of resistance Brilliant display Market They’re chewed in pastures Wrigley Field stats Sunrise dirección “Do the Right Thing” pizzeria “Many fresh streams meet in one salt __”: Shakespeare Little piggy Sol preceders CXII halved 20-volume ref. • No. 00, a 17-year-old female of open ethnicity is the team’s goalie. She is the heart of the team and editor-in-chief of high school newspaper. She feels the weight of winning on her shoulders. • The soccer mom is a 40to 50-year old woman of open ethnicity. She is a warm, generous, suburban mom who prides herself on her involvement in her kids’ lives. She played soccer in her youth and has coached a few youth teams. All the teammates know and love her. She is grappling with the process of grieving her daughter. She would rather console her daughter’s teammates than admit her tragedy, and she is manic with grief. Verbal dexterity is essential. No soccer experience necessary. Actors are required to make an appointment and provide a headshot and resume. Auditions, which are open to Equity and non-Equity actors, can be scheduled by calling 801-363-7522. Scripts are available at the Salt Lake Acting Company. Rehearsals will begin on Sept. 10. The director is Alexandra Harbold. “The Wolves” will run Oct. 10 to Nov. 11, with shows Wednesdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. Additional performances will be Oct. 20 at 2 p.m., Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 30 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. For information, visit www. saltlakeactingcompany.org. COURTESY OF KRISTY HOEKSTRA Ava Hoekstra, a 13-year-old seventh-grader at Ecker Hill Middle School is one of three girls who were cast as “Small Alison” in the Salt Lake Acting Company’s “Fun Home.” Hoekstra. “This is my passion,” she said. “I am so happy to act and get to work with Salt Lake Acting Company. Everyone there is so great to work with.” Salt Lake Acting Company will present “Fun Home” from April 4 to May 13, at 168 W. 500 North in Salt Lake City. Tickets range from $15-$42. Discounts are available for students and senior citizens. For information, visit www. saltlakeactingcompany.org.