Auditions will be held on November 9th and November 11th from 7pm to 9:00pm, at the MAC, 40 Railroad Avenue South, Milford. Callbacks, if necessary, will be November 16th from 7pm to 9:30pm. Additionally, interested actors who may be unable to attend those auditions times should contact the director at

All actors and anyone who would like to work on this production must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 (), and must provide proof of vaccination at the auditions. Actors may also register their vaccination status by using the Clear App to more easily confirm their status.
Roles are available for 4 women and 3 men. Actors will be asked to read sides from the script. Actors interested in reviewing the script should contact the director at

The Coleman household is preparing for daughter, Courtney's, wedding. Her mother, Delia, is determined that everything will be "perfect". The groom is perfect, the dress is perfect, and the decorations (assuming they arrive) will be perfect. But when the doorbell rings on the wedding morning, everything goes perfectly awry.

Roles available:
Doc" Coleman: (Male, 50s to 60s) – The father. General practitioner, charming, eccentric conservative. Hides his anger issues with a smile.

Delia Coleman: (Female 50s to 60s) – The mother. A chronic worrier, a "Momzilla" in terms of planning for her daughter's wedding. Keeps her neurosis just below the surface.

P.B.: (Female, mid-teens) – Doc and Delia's youngest daughter. the story's narrator She is alternately appalled and excited by the craziness of the family, which we see through her eyes.

Courtney: (Female, late 20s – early 30s) – The bride. Doc and Delia's eldest daughter. Freelance writer/artist. Torn between a life of artistic freedom and the security of marriage.

Melanie: (Female, early to mid-20s) – Doc and Delia's middle daughter. A nurse. An attractive party girl that protects a wilder side than her older sister.

Ryan: (Male, late 20s – early 30s) – The ex-boyfriend of Courtney. A bohemian free spirit. Hoping to write this generation's "One the Road"

Harper: (Male, early to mid-30s) – The groom. Logical and wealthy. Can't help being the "good guy" even when he knows it puts his relationship at risk.

Feel free to email the director at with any questions regarding the roles, rehearsal schedule, etc.
For more information contact the Milford Arts Council at 203-878-6647.

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