Auditions will be July 31, Aug. 1, 7, & 8 6-8pm @ the Playhouse 135 Dalton St. Downtown Ellijay
This script was written by Alicia Lane Dutton (bio in Additional Info)
Director is Stephanie McVey
Synopsis: Every year, without fail, middle aged ladies, Grace, Lilah, Celia, Kristin, and Bridget have an all girls' beach getaway. After checking in to the avant garde beachhouse, Atlantis, the five ladies begin drinking margaritas and divulging some of their biggest secrets to one another.
In her luggage, Grace finds her husband Preston's pants wrapped up in her sarong. (It was a role-playing thing.) In them, she finds a note from Dixie Lynn Lee, the local homewrecker, soliciting him into an affair.
The ladies set about making plans to teach this young hussy a lesson and hilarity follows...
Alicia Lane Dutton has a Bachelor's Degree in Marine Biology and happens to be married to a Marine. She is an award winning author, playwright, and screenwriter. Her screenplay, Going Home to Dixie, won The International Gullah Film Festival and was first alternate in the screenplay competition at The Charleston International Film Festival. Her screenplay Bound for the Outer Banks has won many awards domestically and internationally. Several of her plays and musicals have been produced by various theaters across the country to sold out crowds and includes a record for the fastest blackout sellout in one theater's history. Her screenplays have enjoyed great success in many competitions around the United States and the globe including a first place win at The Polish International Film Festival. Her Southern Sirens screenplay received a reading in New York City by The Bechdel Group. She is a certified paralegal and a certified histotechnologist. Her employment has run the gamut from Centers for Disease Control Laboratory Specialist to Pageant Coach. Alicia's books include Bound for the Outer Banks, Going Home to Dixie, Southern Sirens, Parading Crazy on the Porch, Christmas in Dixie, and Wedding Themed Comedic Monologues for Women. Her play, Southern Sirens, has sold out or had extended runs in every theater it has played. Other theatrical works include Belles Take the Big Easy, Bound for the Outer Banks, Going Home to Dixie, Dixie's Diner, Christmas in Dixie, Christmas Queens, and Wedding Belles.
All books are also available at Sun Dog Books in Seaside, Florida and Island Bookstore locations down the coast of the Outer Banks.
Alicia is from Tuscaloosa, Alabama and is proud of her southern roots. After living in Berlin, Alaska, Key West, Atlanta, Dahlonega, and New Orleans, she currently resides in Natchez, Mississippi where she owns Rebel Belle Saloon and Playhouse. She has two Samoyeds, Iceman and Vixen. Vixen was rescued from the Chinese meat trade.