Non-Equity, no pay


Director: John Boccanfuso

Audition Dates:
Saturday, March 16 (1:00-3:00pm)
Wednesday, March 20 (7:00pm-9:00pm)
Callbacks (if needed):  Thursday, March 21 (7:00pm)

Audition Location: St. Andrew’s House (Church Office at St. Andrew’s Church in Yardley), 47 West Afton Ave, Yardley, PA 19067 – The office is located on the corner of West Afton Avenue & Penn Valley Road, across the street from the church. There is a red sign in the front yard indicating St. Andrew’s House; you may park along the side of the driveway or in the small lot next to the barn at the end of the drive.

Production Dates: June 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22 at the Spring Garden Mill in Tyler State Park (1440 Newtown-Richboro Rd, Newtown, PA 18940)

Preparation: Please prepare a one-minute monologue in the style of your choice. Cold readings may be given instead of or in addition to the monologue.

Synopsis: In the near future, 85 year-old Marjorie relives her life story with a dashing young companion: a holographic projection of her deceased husband as he looked in his early 30s. An exploration of memory and aging, this 2015 Pulitzer finalist asks what we would remember and what we would forget if given the chance, as the boundaries of technology and human identity are crossed.

Available Roles:

TESS: about 50; Marjorie’s daughter; sensitive, emotional, restless, intelligent

WALTER: 30s; mysterious, likeable; “looks like a young career man from 1998… bright-eyed and handsome”


A read-through will be scheduled before the end of March.

Rehearsals will begin in April. All cast members are required to aid in a load-in rehearsal around May 18 and a strike following the final performance on either June 22 or 23 (depending on availability).

On the boards

General information


Langhorne Players is a non-equity theater that welcomes new talent who share a commitment to producing thoughtful and provocative plays of the highest quality. Each season we try to offer a variety of plays with an array of challenging roles suitable for a wide demographic. All casting is done through open auditions supervised by the play’s director. Audition times and dates are posted in advance on our website as well as other area theater callboards.

Rehearsals usually run several hours four days a week during non-business hours for six or seven weeks. Participation in set and prop construction is encouraged but subject to an individual’s schedule and abilities.

If you have a love of acting and an appreciation for thought provoking plays, please consider Langhorne Players. Email us for more information. 

Langhorne Players is a non-profit, non-union, all volunteer theater company.


Our slate is usually in place by October. Prospective directors are encouraged to read all of the plays in the upcoming season. If you are passionate about a play and would like to direct it, email us. Please indicate which play you are interested in and attach your resume.  Interviews will be scheduled for mid-December.
During this interview, the director should share their vision and ideas about the play as well as its production. We look for directors to have a passion for the play and the characters and the story they tell. In addition, directors must be capable of overseeing all aspects of the show including casting, props, costumes, set decoration, sound, lighting, and arranging for a stage manager. 

Langhorne Players is a non-profit, non-union, all volunteer theater company.





Langhorne Players is a non-profit, non-union, all volunteer theater company.