Kiss The Moon, Kiss The SunKiss The Moon, Kiss The Sun
Written by Norm Foster

Directed by Peter Zednik
Produced by Liz Massil


In The Theatre at Hendry Hall, 815 11th Street East, North Vancouver
– Sunday, February 11 – 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
– Monday, February 12 – 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Call backs:
At Duncan Hall, North Lonsdale United Church, 3380 Lonsdale Avenue
– Sunday, February 18 – 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

– Begin Sunday March 11, 2018
– Sundays at 1 pm; Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 pm
– (Not all performers will be required at all rehearsals)

– (preview May 24) May 25-26, May 30-June 2, June 6-9, 2018

A feel-good story by Norm Foster, Canada’s most popular comedy playwright. A hilarious and touching journey begins when a pregnant, unattached teacher befriends an adult man with the mental capacities of an eight-year-old. Peppered with laughter and tears, Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun is an uplifting and poignant reminder that “family” can be found in the most unexpected places.

– No appointments are necessary; first-come first-served
– Please bring a résumé and headshot to audition, if possible
– Auditions will be a cold read from the script (scenes will be provided in waiting area)
– This is a non-Equity production

Director: Peter Zednik
Producer: Liz Massil


ROBERT CASTLE 30-50 years old, male. Although sidelined with brain damage from a childhood accident, Robert is engaging, outgoing and makes the most of life. His naiveté from a limited world experience is tempered with a wily and charming sense of humour.
CLAIRE CASTLE 55-75 years old, female. As Robert’s mother, Claire’s life revolves around protecting her son. The challenges of being a single parent caring for a mentally-challenged son for decades have chipped away at Claire’s hopeful spirit. However, she strives to remain positive when confronted with extraordinarily difficult circumstances.
HOLLY 21-30 years old, female. Bright, caring and funny, Holly is nonetheless prone to irresponsible choices. A recent college graduate, Holly finds herself pregnant by her married lover – also her former professor – on the same day she starts her first job.
SIMON 35-50 years old, male. Holly’s lover is an uptight English professor, inclined to snobbery, selfishness and jealousy. Over the course of the play Simon discovers the courage to face the consequences of his actions and to put others’ needs before his own.
DOCTOR Age not specified, male or female. Faced with the daunting task of delivering very bad news, Claire’s doctor has to walk the fine line between being a medical practitioner and family counsellor. How do you balance a hectic schedule and the emotional needs of your patients?

Auditions are open to everyone, however, preference will be given to existing members of the North Vancouver Community Players (NVCP).

Successful auditioneers must become members of NVCP prior to first rehearsal.

Auditions Around Town

Centennial Theatre
Deep Cove Stage
First Impressions Theatre
SMP Dramatic Society
Theatre West Van