MARINETTE — UW-Green Bay’s Theatre on the Bay (TOB) announces auditions for Craig Lucas’ comedy “Reckless.” Auditions will be held by appointment on the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Marinette Campus, Fine Arts Building, Room T133 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. Performances are Nov. 15-17 and Nov. 22-24.

“Reckless” is about a woman named Rachel who finds herself running for her life when her husband puts a hit out on her on Christmas Eve. Taken in by kind-hearted Lloyd and his paraplegic wife Pooty, Rachel becomes an honorary member of a new family. She soon discovers that her new friends and new life are not what they seem. The Washington Post describes “Reckless” as “written with a twisted humor” and notes that “the play explores the personal crises of people and how they cope.”

All roles are available and include: Rachel (30s-40s); Tom (Rachel’s husband, male, 30s-40s); Lloyd (male, 20s-50s); Pooty (female, 20s-50s); Tom Jr. (Rachel and Tom’s son, male, 20s), as well as a variety of doctors, derelicts, a talk show host, a female patient, a man in a ski mask, a game show host, etc. Age ranges for characters are flexible.

The play is geared toward an adult audience. The production will be directed by TOB Artistic Director Rebecca Stone Thornberry. All interested actors are encouraged to audition for this college/community production.

“You do not have to be a student, nor do you need to have prior experience with theatre or acting,” says Stone Thornberry. Marinette Campus students may receive course credit for acting in or providing technical or management assistance on the production (by registering for THEATRE 335, 336, or 338).

People may sign-up online for an audition at After signing up, they will be sent an audition form to complete prior to an audition. List rehearsal conflicts on that form. Scripts are on two-hour reserve at the Marinette Campus library.

People may email or call 715-504-3318 for further information.

Comedic monologues of one-to-two minutes are welcome, but not required for these auditions. Those auditioning should be prepared to read from pieces provided at the audition. Actors are not required to attend both audition nights. People are asked to plan to attend at least 10 minutes prior to the audition slot with their form completed. Rehearsals will take place in the evenings and on weekends between approximately Sept. 16 and Nov. 14.

There is no fee to audition or to perform in Theatre on the Bay shows. TOB fully supports non-traditional casting wherever it is possible and when directors feel that such casting will benefit the productions. TOB welcomes artists and volunteers of any age, race, ethnicity or gender as well as actors with disabilities to apply to work onstage, backstage, ushering or in other front-of-house capacities.