Auditions Held at Finke Theatre for Play

Audie Cline directs a group of potential performers in the play to be put on at the Finke Theatre.

Audie Cline directs a group of potential performers in the play to be put on at the Finke Theatre. Photo by David Wilson.

Auditions began on Sunday, Feb. 6, for parts in the play to be held at the Finke Theatre on Saturday, March 19.

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Potential performers audition for roles in the non-musical performance of "The Nerd" Sunday, Feb. 6 at the Finke Theatre. Director Audie Cline is at the edge of the stage.

This will be the first non-musical performance at the old theater in a great many years. Local community players will be featured in the performance under the direction of Audie Cline, a former California High School teacher.

The play is called "The Nerd" and is the first full act play by Larry Shue. Written in 1979, it involves a man —insensitive and without tact — who saved the life of another in wartime. He visits the man whose life he saved and decides to move in. The story is of the nice guy as he tries to get rid of the Nerd.

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