Call for Actors
Thee Breakfast Club by Michael Shaeffer 
Auditions are open to the public—no previous experience necessary.
This will be a polished reading of a new script, a Shakespearean reimagining of John Hughes’ 1985 movie The Breakfast Club, written and directed by Michael Shaeffer, the mind behind Caddy Shakes.
Audition times: Thur, Oct 24, 6-8p & Sun, Oct 27, 6-8p
Where: FST Office. 516 2nd Ave, #313; the blue Lathrop Building.
The first read through and movie viewing is tentatively scheduled from noon to 3:30 on Saturday, November 2nd. Rehearsals are tentatively scheduled from 7:30-9 pm on Mondays and Wednesdays in November. One evening performance on Saturday, November 30 at the Palace Theater.
Actors wishing to land a role or roles need only attend one of the two audition times. Actors wanting to attend both nights may certainly do so. Sides available from the audition event on our Facebook page. Or email Actors may read for as many roles as they desire. You may partner up with another actor of your choice or simply ask to have someone read opposite you for any side.

Lead Roles:
Andrew Clark, the jock (Emilio Estevez)
Brian Johnson, the brain (Anthony Michael Hall)
John Bender, the criminal (Judd Nelson)
Claire Standish, the princess (Molly Ringwald)
Allison Reynolds, the basket case (Ally Sheedy)

Supporting cast:
Principal Richard Saturninus Vernon III
Carliolanus, the Custodian

Cameo roles:
Claire’s Dad, Polonius
Brian’s Mom, Tamora
Andrew’s Dad, Cassius
Allison’s guardian, Lavinia (no lines)

We also are hoping to have one or two singers.
Karaoke Singer #1 aka The Simple Mind, will sing “Don’t You Forget About Me”
Karaoke Singer #2 aka David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane will sing the opening lines to “Changes”

If you are cast as one of the five teenagers: Regardless of your previous dancing experience (or lack of), you will be asked to learn and imitate the iconic dance moves from the movie.

Call for Directors 
FST is seeking submissions from people interested in directing a summer show during the next three years (2020-2022). All Shakespeare plays will be considered. Deadline November 1, 2019
Questions we'd like answered:
  • Which show?
  • Which year would you like to direct?
  • What is your concept? What period, style, etc?
  • Cast size?
  • Set needs?
  • Technical needs?
  • Personnel? Any specific actors/designers/crew in mind?
Please include a resume of previous directing, producing, designing and/or acting experience.
Email your submissions to by November 1, 2019.
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