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Audition Schedule

Harvey

By Mary Chase

Directed by T J Jones

 

Audition Dates:
Saturday May 28, 2016 1:00 – 4:00PM
 
Sunday May 29, 2016 5:00 – 7:00PM
Place:
Valley Performing Arts
Performance Dates:
September 9 – October 2, 2016

 

Synopsis

Elwood P. Dowd is a wealthy gentleman, who enjoys a drink or two along with socializing with his best friend, Harvey – a six foot tall pooka, invisible to everyone but himself. Humiliated by his perverse behavior, Elwood’s sister, Veta, and her daughter, Myrtle Mae, are convinced he has gone insane.  To avoid further embarrassment, Veta decides to have him committed to a sanitarium! In her rant about Harvey, a huge mistake is made and Veta is committed instead.  Once the mistake was realized, a frantic search breaks out for Elwood and the invisible pooka.  Eventually, Elwood arrives, voluntarily, at the sanitarium looking for Harvey. But it seems that Elwood and his invisible companion have had a strange influence on more than one of the doctors.  Only at the end does Veta realize that she loves her brother just the way he is, and doesn’t want him to change.  And Harvey isn’t so bad either!

Audition Information

This is a hilarious and FUN play, so auditions will be FUN and hilarious!! Auditions will be divided into three parts and you should prepare for which ever role you are auditioning for.  Have no fear! This will be your opportunity to show the director how relaxed and comfortable you are on stage, how well you work with and connect with others, and also your level of awesomeness.

Character Lines
This involves everyone auditioning.  You will be split into groups based on character and you will read lines from the play in a scene with other actors.  This will give the director a chance to see different possibilities of actor combinations.  It will be FUN and you will get to show your best character interpretation.

Pantomime
This involves all men auditioning for Elwood P. Dowd.  Please bring a prepared pantomime that is a solid 90-120 seconds long.  This will show the director how creative you can get, how precise your movements are, and how prepared you can be.  Elwood with be associating with an invisible rabbit regularly so this is an important part of the audition.

Monologue
This is for anyone serious about a specific role.  Please have a 2-3 minute monologue prepared.  It will help if it is something similar to the role you are auditioning for, but anything you come prepared with is fine! This can be a monologue from a play, movie, TV show, or book, or even lyrics to a song, a poem, or something original – whatever you feel comfortable with.  This will show the director how prepared you can be, how comfortable you are memorizing and delivering, and your mad skills in general.

Now that you know what to prepare for the auditions, here are a couple more notes:  this will be a very organized and fluid audition.  There will be direction and assistance along the way so that we all will stay on point. That doesn’t mean it won’t be FUN!! Because it will be! ALSO, at the end of the audition process, there will be a series of improvisation exercises to close the deal. 

Rehearsals

We will begin rehearsing on June 6, 2016 and a schedule will be provided at the initial meeting.  By August, plan to be working steadily up to at least four evenings each week, and more should the need arise.  Saturday rehearsals are a possibility as we get closer to opening.  Please be prepared to note on the audition form any and all times that you will not be available for rehearsal, including but not limited to vacation plans, evening classes, church functions, children’s birthdays, etc.  Also be sure to note that we will have four weekend’s worth of performances and Thursday performances and/or Saturday matinees are always a possibility.

Character List and Descriptions

Myrtle Mae Simmons – A young woman, 19-21 years of age.  She is the daughter of Veta Louise Simmons and somewhat snobbish.  Still being unmarried creates some concern from her mother. She is quite embarrassed of her Uncle Elwood.

Veta Louise Simmons – The mother of Myrtle Mae, as well as the sister to Elwood P. She holds herself highly in the social society as a member of the Wednesday Forum, a social club for the ladies of the town. However, she is embarrassed of her brother Elwood.

Elwood P. Dowd – He is a man about 47 years old with a dignified bearing, and yet a dreamy expression in his eyes.  He enjoys drinking and is accompanied by his friend Harvey, an invisible rabbit six feet tall.

Miss Johnson – The long time maid of the Dowd family mansion, age 50-70.

Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet – A wealthy woman a little on the heavy side, 65 years old. She is an old friend of the Dowd Family and a member of the Wednesday Forum. She is dressed with the casual sumptuousness of a wealthy Western society member: in gold, silvers, plush, and mink scarves.

Miss Ruth Kelly, R.N. – A beautiful, fit, sweet, and competent 24 year old woman.  She works at Chumley’s Rest as the head nurse and has an advantageous energy about her.

Duane Wilson – A big, burly, black-browed man at 28 years old.  He is the strongman at Chumley’s Rest.
Dr. Lyman Sanderson M.D. – A handsome, proud, and intelligent man at 28 years old.  He is a doctor at Chumley’s Rest and slightly arrogant.

Dr. William R. Chumley M.D. – A confident and pompous man at 57 years of age, who is the head of Chumley’s Rest. He’s good and he knows it.

Betty Chumley – The wife of Dr. William R. Chumley.  She is a sweet, good-natured, gay, bustling woman around 55 years old.

Judge Omar Gaffney – An elderly man, honest and loyal.  He is a lawyer, and represents the estate of Veta and Elwood’s late mother.

E.J. Lofgren – A cab driver, and ultimately the most wise of all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

By Edward Albee

Directed by Grant Olson

 

 

Audition Dates:
Saturday July 30, 2016  1:00 – 4:00PM
 
Sunday July 31, 2016 5:00 – 7:00PM
Place:
Valley Performing Arts
Performance Dates:
October 21 – November 6, 2016

 

Synopsis

George, a professor at a small college, and his wife, Martha, have just returned home, drunk from a Saturday night party. Martha announces that she has invited a young couple—an opportunistic new professor at the college and his shatteringly naïve new bride—to stop by for a nightcap. When they arrive the charade begins. The drinks flow and suddenly inhibitions melt. It becomes clear that Martha is determined to seduce the young professor, and George couldn’t care less. But underneath the edgy banter, which is crossfired between both couples, lurks an undercurrent of tragedy and despair. George and Martha’s inhuman bitterness toward one another is provoked by the enormous personal sadness that they have pledged to keep to themselves: a secret that has seemingly been the foundation for their relationship. In the end, the mystery in which the distressed George and Martha have taken refuge is exposed, once and for all revealing the degrading mess they have made of their lives.

Audition Information

We will try to make the audition fun and painless so come relaxed and ready to have a good time.  Be prepared to tell us a little about yourself, a funny story, an anecdote, recite a poem, or something else interesting that you have prepared.  You will also be asked to read selected portions of the script with others and/or by yourself. 

Rehearsals

A complete audition schedule will be provided to the cast at the first cast meeting.  We will begin rehearsing in mid-August for a few evenings a week.  By the first part of October, plan to be working steadily up to four or five evenings each week.  Please come to the audition knowing when you will not be available for rehearsal.  Think about vacation plans, evening classes, church functions, children’s birthdays, etc.  This production will have at least 9 scheduled performances – Thursday evening and Saturday matinees are always a possibility.

Character List and Descriptions

George – A 46-year-old member of the history department at New Carthage University. George is married to Martha, in a once loving relationship now defined by sarcasm and frequent acrimony.

Martha –  Martha is the 52-year-old daughter of the president of New Carthage University. She is married to George, though disappointed with his aborted academic career. She attempts to have an affair with Nick.

Nick –  Nick has just become a new member of the biology faculty at New Carthage University. He is 28 years old, good-looking, Midwestern, and clean-cut. He is married to Honey.

Honey –  Honey is the petite, bland wife of Nick. She is 26 years old, has a weak stomach, and is not the brightest bulb of the bunch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THIS IS AN ALASKAN PREMIERE!!

elf: The Musical

Book by Thomas Meehan and Bob Martin, Music by Mathew Sklar, Lyrics by Chad Beguelin

Based upon the New Line Cinema film written by David Berenbaum

Directed by Garry Forrester

Audition Dates:
Saturday, August 13, 2016 Noon – 4:00PM
  
Sunday, August 14, 2016 5:00 – 8:00PM
Place:
Valley Performing Arts
Performance Dates:
November 25 – December 18, 2016

 

Synopsis

Buddy, a young orphan mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised unaware that he is actually a human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa’s permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list, and his half-brother doesn’t even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas.

Audition Information

This will be a FUN audition….make up your mind NOW that you are going to have fun and enjoy the time spent with all of us at the theatre!  We’re looking to have a cast of at least 30 men, women, teens, and children that want to have fun and be part of an ALASKAN PREMIERE of a Broadway musical!

 ELF: THE MUSICAL is just that – a musical.  Because of that, it requires that we have solo-quality male and female vocalists in the lead roles as well as lead voices and chorus members that can blend with one another.  It is not absolutely necessary to prepare something in advance, just come have some fun!  You will be asked to sing a cappella, and if you would like, you bring sheet music – an accompanist will be provided.

We can’t all dance like Fred Astaire or Ginger Rogers however this is a musical that also has choreography so be prepared to spend a little time with our choreographer so we can see if you have two left feet or not.  Nothing difficult, wearing comfortable clothing and shoes would be a good idea.  If you can tap dance or have some experience with jazz choreography, that is a plus but not required.

You’ll be asked to participate in some engaging activities.  Come prepared to share a story, a joke, a poem, an interesting anecdote or some dirt on your best friend or sibling – your choice, just make it interesting and original.  You’ll also be asked to do some improvisation and/or a pantomime on a given subject. These informal activities are a lot of fun and are often the highlight of the day!  Again, the emphasis is on having FUN!  And did we mention that this is an ALASKAN PREMIERE so that makes it that much more fun?! 🙂

This show is all about having a good time and providing a quality experience for those that come to the show and having a great time with the audience.  The members of my crew have been part of some of the most memorable and successful shows in VPA’s history and we plan on making that happen with this show.  If you would like, you can audition with a friend – our experience shows that it’s always easier if you have a friend to audition with you.  And, family groups are always encouraged!  We love to see brother/sister, husband/wife, parent/child, etc. at auditions – ELF: THE MUSICAL is a family show so nothing says that better than having family members in it!  Be prepared to come have fun.  Every effort will be made to make your audition as enjoyable and as painless as possible.  You have the director’s promise!!

Come join the fun!!

Rehearsals

Rehearsals will begin in September.  Detailed rehearsal calendars will be given out at the first rehearsal.  Week day rehearsals begin at 6:30PM promptly and end at 9:00PM.  Saturday morning rehearsals will be scheduled as needed.  Rehearsals are never canceled.  Not every actor/actress will have to be at every rehearsal – rehearsals are structured to respect your time and to ensure that rehearsals are as productive and enjoyable as possible.  Please review the audition form for more information regarding rehearsals.

If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact Garry via email at elf: The Musical Director or by phone at 373-0195.

Listen to the original cast recording elf: The Musical audio recording

Watch clips from the Broadway show elf: The Musical video clips

Character List and Descriptions

BUDDY – Born a human but raised at the North Pole as a Christmas Elf, Buddy is eager to find his place in the world. He is a child at heart and that child-like curiosity makes him both endearing and gets him into trouble. Male, Age: 25 to 35;Tenor with a big range.

JOVIE – Buddy’s girlfriend. She works at Macy’s and has a bit of a cynical outlook on life and love because of the men she’s dated. She is caught off guard by Buddy’s genuinely big heart. Female, Age: 25 to 30; Alto.

WALTER – Buddy’s workaholic father. He is a Children’s book writer, but lacks any of the childlike spirit that Buddy has. He is selfish, tense, and generally angry with life. Male, Age: appears to be 50+; Baritone / 2nd Tenor.

EMILY – Walter’s wife. Though she is sweet and willing to take him in, she thinks Buddy is crazy at first. She wishes her husband would spend more time with the family. Female, Age: appears to be 40+; Alto / 2nd Soprano.

MICHAEL – Buddy’s stepbrother who is excited to have a new friend and brother. Unlike his mother, he doesn’t take much convincing to have Christmas spirit, but like his mother, he wishes his father would spend more time with the family. Male Age: teen, 12 to 18; Tenor.

DEB – Walter’s secretary. Takes an instant liking to Buddy simply for the novelty of it. Though she aims to please and is a bit of a suck-up, she feels under appreciated. Female Age: 25 to 55; Alto / 2nd Soprano.

MANAGER – A heavy-set manager at Macy’s. He is a good, friendly guy just trying to do his job and get by. Male, Age: 35 to 40; Baritone / Tenor.

SANTA – Just another workingman. Loves his job and Christmas, but also likes to kick-back and watch the game when a rare opportunity arises. A natural storyteller. Male Age: 65+; Baritone.

GREENWAY – Walter’s boss. He is what Walter will become if he continues down the path he is on. A tyrannical, workaholic who cares nothing about the people around him or who work for him. Male, Age: 55 to 65; speaking only but will also be a chorus member.

CHADWICK – Walter’s right-hand men. He is desperate to keep his job, and perhaps the dumber of the two. Male Age: 40 to 50 Matthews One of Walter’s right-hand men. He is desperate to keep his job and is the schemer of the two. Male, Age: 35 to 40; speaking only but will also be a chorus member.

Other Characters:
Mrs. Claus, Elves (8 – 12, incl. ages 8 to adult ), Charlie (male elf), Shwanda (female elf), Mr. Narwhal, Teenager, Employees, Security Guards, Customers, Saleswomen, Store Elves, Fake Santas (3+), Boy, Mother, Policemen, Sarah, Jim, Vendor, Waitress, Charlotte, Man, Woman Close

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boeing Boeing

By Marc Camoletti, Translated by Beverly Cross and Francis Evans

Directed by DJ Rotach

 

 

Audition Dates:
Saturday, November 5, 2016 1:00 – 4:00PM
 
Sunday, November 6, 2016 5:00 – 7:009PM
Place:
Valley Performing Arts
Performance Dates:
January 13 – February 41, 2017

 

Synopsis

This 1960’s French farce adapted for the English-speaking stage features self-styled Parisian lothario Bernard, who has Italian, German, and American fiancées, each beautiful airline hostesses with frequent “layovers”. He keeps “one up, one down and one pending” until unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Paris and Bernard’s apartment at the same time.   This show won the 2008 Tony Award for “Best Revival of a Play”.

Audition Information

This will be a FUN audition for a really FUN show!  Come prepared to share a funny story, a joke, a poem, an interesting anecdote or something else that will give you an opportunity to show us some of your character. You’ll also be asked to do some improvisation and/or a pantomime on a given subject and you may be asked to read a few lines from the script. These informal activities will help the director get to know you…how well you can emote, how comfortable you are using the stage, and how effective you are at telling a story both with your voice and your body.  Every effort will be made to make your audition as enjoyable as possible.

Rehearsals

We will begin rehearsing in November a few evenings a week.  By mid-December, plan on rehearsing steadily up to four evenings each week.  As we get closer to opening, there will be a trend toward five evenings a week as well as the possibility of rehearsals on the weekend.  A complete rehearsal schedule will be given to the cast at the first rehearsal.  Please come to the audition knowing when you will not be available for rehearsal.  Think about vacation plans, school functions, church activities, etc.  This show will run for four weekends (3 weeks on-site, 1 week off-site dinner theatre), with a minimum of 12 performances.  Thursday evening shows and Saturday matinees are possible additions to the play schedule.

Character List and Descriptions

BERNARD – a Parisian bachelor
GLORIA – an American air hostess
BERTHE – Bernard’s housekeeper
ROBERT – a friend of Bernard’s
GABRIELLA – an Italian air hostess
GRETCHEN – a German air hostess

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lend Me A Tenor

By Ken Ludwig

Directed by Kelly Lee Williams

 

 

Audition Dates:
Saturday, November 19, 2016  1:00 – 4:00PM
 
Sunday, November 20, 2016  5:00 – 7:00PM
Place:
Valley Performing Arts
Performance Dates:
February 17 – March 5, 2017

 

Synopsis

The show is set in September 1934. Saunders, the general manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company, is primed to welcome world famous, Tito Morelli, Il Stupendo, the greatest tenor of his generation, to appear for one night only as Otello. The star arrives late and, through a hilarious series of mishaps, is given a double dose of tranquilizers and passes out. His pulse is so low that Saunders and his assistant Max believe he’s dead. In a frantic attempt to salvage the evening, Saunders persuades Max to get into Morelli’s Otello costume and fool the audience into thinking he’s Il Stupendo. Max succeeds admirably, but Morelli comes to and gets into his other costume ready to perform. Now two Otellos are running around in costume and two women are running around in lingerie, each thinking she is with Il Stupendo. A sensation on Broadway and in London’s West End, this madcap, screwball comedy is guaranteed to leave audiences teary-eyed with laughter!

Audition Information

We are looking for eight talented people, specifically, four women and four men. It’s not necessary to bring a prepared piece – just come prepared to be yourself and showcase what you can do on stage.  Personality, work-ethic, dedication, “directability” and a lack of ego are the qualities we look for. Please be aware that this production will have at least nine scheduled performances and there is always a chance that a Saturday matinee or Thursday evening performance could be added if the need arose.

Rehearsals

Commitment to work together as a team is absolutely critical to the success of any show and this production will be no exception to that rule.  Community Theatre is about having a good time certainly, and the best way to have fun together is to work hard and be as prepared and ready for a show as possible.  Rehearsals will begin shortly after auditions at a location to be determined and the schedule will be provided during the initial read-through.  If you believe that you will have any major conflicts that will impact your attendance at rehearsals or performances, please note that on your audition form.

Character List and Descriptions

MAX – assistant to Saunders
MAGGIE – Max’s girlfriend
SAUNDERS – Maggie’s father, General Manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company
TITO MERELLI – a world-famous tenor, known also to his fans as Il Stupendo
MARIA – Tito’s wife
BELLHOP – a bellhop
DIANA – a soprano
JULIA – Chairman of the Opera Guild

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And Then There Were None

By Agatha Christie

Directed by Larry Bottjen

 

 

Audition Dates:
Saturday, December 10, 2016 10:00AM – 12:30PM
 
Sunday, December 11, 2016 5:00 – 7:00PM
Place:
Valley Performing Arts
Performance Dates:
March 24 – April 16, 2017

 

Synopsis

Ten guilty strangers are trapped on an island. One by one they are accused of murder; one by one they start to die. In this superlative mystery comedy statuettes of little soldier boys on the mantel of a house on an island off the coast of Devon fall to the floor and break one by one as those in the house succumb to a diabolical avenger. A nursery rhyme tells how each of the ten “soldiers” met his death until there were none. Eight guests who have never met each other or their apparently absent host and hostess are lured to the island and, along with the two house servants, marooned.  A mysterious voice accuses each of having gotten away with murder and then one drops dead – poisoned. One down and nine to go.  The ending is particularly memorable and frightening.

Audition Information

This will be a FUN audition….make up your mind NOW that you are going to enjoy the time spent with all of us at the theatre!  Being in a VPA production is all about having a good time and providing a quality experience for those that will come see the play.  Be prepared to come have fun and to participate in some engaging activities along the way.  Those auditioning will need to be prepared to act out a pantomime and/or act out in a situational setting that will be provided.  Every effort will be made to make your audition as enjoyable and as painless as possible.  Want to have even more fun?  Bring a friend or spouse! 

NOTE: Proper British accents are required, so PRACTICE before you come to auditions, as it will be included.  Here is a good Youtube video on British accents, although there are many: How to do a British accent convincingly

Rehearsals

Rehearsals will begin in January and run for eight weeks.  A full rehearsal schedule will be provided during the first cast meeting. Week day rehearsals begin promptly at 6:30PM and end at 9:00PM.  Saturday morning rehearsals will be scheduled later on.  Rehearsals are never canceled.  Please be prepared to note on the audition form any and all times that you will not be available for rehearsal, including but not limited to vacation plans, evening classes, church functions, children’s birthdays, etc.  We will run closed rehearsals: No spouses, no friends, no children, no photography. No exceptions.  Show opening is on March 24th and will run for 4 weeks – at least 12 shows plus Thursday evening and Saturday matinees are always a possibility.

Character List and Descriptions

ROGERS – Manservant of the house hold.   Male, mid -40’s.

MRS. ROGERS – The wife of the manservant.  Age commensurate with Rogers.

FRED NARRACOTT – He is the boatman who brings everyone to the island.  A very small part, can be nearly any age.

VERA CLAYTHORNE – Leading lady, fit and attractive.  Must appear in her mid- to late 20’s.

PHILIP LOMBARD – Leading man, fit and attractive.

ANTHONY MARSTON – A reckless young man.  He dies first in the play.  Must appear in mid to late 20’s.

WILLIAM BLORE – The policeman.  He can be a range of ages, from mid-thirties to late 50’s.

GENERAL MACKENZIE – The old warhorse.  Must appear in his late 50’s or preferably older.

EMILY BRENT – Spinster, very nasty person.  Could be as young as early 40’s, but older would work well.

SIR LAWRENCE WARGRAVE – The hanging judge.  Must appear to be 60’s or older.

DR. ARMSTRONG – The doctor.  He is in his 40’s or 50’s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

California Suite

By Neil Simon

Directed by Mathew Firmin

 

 

Audition Dates:
Saturday, February 18, 2017 1:00 – 4:00PM
 
Sunday, February 19, 2017 5:00 – 7:009PM
Place:
Valley Performing Arts
Performance Dates:
May 5 – 28, 2017

 

Synopsis

It’s a humorous confection divided into four parts:

In  Visitor from New York,  Hannah, a magazine writer is joined by her ex-husband, the question being with whom should their daughter spend the next six months? The banter flies fast and furious but Hannah’s well-wrought artifice crumbles as her fears take hold.

The Visitor from Philadelphia is a wife who arrives at the suite, catching her husband “en flagrante delicto” with a drunken hooker.

Visitors from London brings a British star as Academy Award nominee. Diana returns from the ceremony empty-handed to husband Sidney whose alternate lifestyle will be no comfort tonight.

The Visitors from Chicago are two couples ending a disastrous vacation they should not have shared.
This is Neil Simon at his most humane, compassionate best.

Audition Information

This will be an enjoyable and relaxed audition experience.  Come prepared to share a funny story, a joke, a poem, an interesting anecdote or something else that will give you an opportunity to show us some of your character. You’ll also be asked to do some improvisation and/or a pantomime on a given subject and you may be asked to read a few lines from the script.  These informal activities will help the director get to know you…how well you can emote, how comfortable you are using the stage, and how effective you are at telling a story both with your voice and your body.  Every effort will be made to make your audition as enjoyable as possible.  The script calls for a cast of two men and three women but is easily adaptable to a larger number.

Rehearsals

We will begin rehearsing in March a few evenings a week and by early April, plan on rehearsing steadily up to four evenings each week.  As we get closer to opening, there will be a trend toward five evenings a week as well as the possibility of rehearsals on the weekend.  A complete rehearsal schedule will be given to the cast at the first rehearsal.  Please come to the audition knowing when you will not be available for rehearsal.  Think about vacation plans, school functions, church activities, etc.  This show will run for four weekends with a minimum of 12 performances.  Thursday evening shows and Saturday matinees are possible additions to the play schedule.

Character List and Descriptions

Visitor from New York
HANNAH WARREN  – an intelligent and sophisticated woman that appears to be in her early 40’s
WILLIAM WARREN  – Hannah’s ex-husband; an attractive and fit man that appears to be in his mid-40’s

Visitor from Philadelphia
MARVIN MICHAELS – a “regular Joe” business man that appears to be in his early 40’s
BUNNY – an attractive woman that could appear to be late 20’s to mid-30’s
MILLIE MICHAELS – a suburban house wife that appears to be in her early 40’s

Visitors from London 
SIDNEY NICHOLS – a British male antique dealer that appears to be in in his early 40’s
DIANA NICHOLS – Sidney’s wife; a British actress that is similar in age to her husband, Sidney

Visitors from Chicago
MORT HOLLEDNER  – a man in reasonable shape that appears to be in his early to mid-40’s
BETH HOLLENDER  – Mort’s wife; a woman that appears to be in her early to mid-40’s
STU FRANKLYN – a man that appears to not be in as good of shape as Mort and also appears to be in his early to mid-40’s
GERT FRANKLYN – Stu’s wife; a woman that appears to be in her early to mid-40’s

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