Thursday, September 14, 2006

Sirius Idaho Theatre and *The Oldest Profession*

Sirius Idaho Theatre in Moscow has chosen Nov. 10-11 for its staged reading of Paula Vogel's *The Oldest Profession* at the Kenworthy.
Auditions will be in early October, according to Sirius' Pam Palmer, and they're looking for five "well-known and distinguished local ladies in their 70s" to portray a groupd of elderly prostitutes during the Reagan administration.
For its regular productions, Sirius pays a stipend for actors and provides housing in the Moscow area -- so, Spokane actors, listen up.
Gregory Fletcher's *Cow-Tipping and Other Signs of Stress.* plays Sept. 21-30. Sirius also has two interesting shows coming up later this season:
Touch, by Toni Press-Coffman, about a despairing astronomer falling unexpectedly in love (Jan. 25-Feb. 3, 2007)
Hugh Whitmore's Breaking the Code, the play about Alan Turing that Derek Jacobi made famous both on stage and on screen (April 12-21)
Visit or call Pam at (208) 596-2270


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