Frank D. Gilroy Pulitzer Prize winning play The Subject Was Roses, presented as a Curtain Call Theatre Workshop.
Timmy Cleary returns home from his service during World War II. While he seems to vindicate himself in his father's eyes for surviving the war, his drinking and cursing disturb his mother. Though his parents, John and Nettie, seem to be happy, the peace proves to be a facade. Soon old emotional wounds and unresolved marital problems resurface. Caught in the middle, Timmy feels responsible for their squabbling, but can see no way to resolve their problems.
Monday, June 5 and Wednesday, June 7 at 7 pm at 182 Commercial Street, Braintree, MA.
Auditions will be from the script. If you wish to perform a one minute monologue you may do that as well.
Please call Jim Sullivan at 617-842-9344 if you have any questions.
Casting 1 female and 1 male in their 40s – mid 50s.