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Friday, December 11, 2015

BILL W. and DR. BOB DECEMBER 17 AND 18 AUDITIONS

Hamilton-Gibson is honored to announce its production of the moving drama "Bill W. and Dr. Bob." While the names in the title may be unfamiliar to many, these two men have changed the lives of millions of others. They pioneered Alcoholics Anonymous.

During the "Roaring Twenties," Bill Wilson, a New York stockbroker, rode high on money, fame, and booze. In 1929, both he and the market crashed and he became a hopeless drunk. Dr. Bob Smith, a surgeon in Akron, Ohio and a pillar of the community, had been a secret drunk for thirty years, often going into the operating room hung over and high on sedatives. His family had tried everything to no avail.

Through an astonishing series of events involving doctors, ministers, the Oxford Group evangelical movement, and Henrietta Sieberling, a scion of the Goodyear Rubber fortune, Bill and Bob met on Mother’s Day in 1935. The two men formed a relationship that kept each sober. Fired up, they sought out a third drunk to see if their program would work for others. Richly textured with the ragtime and jazz of the era, the play tells a magnificent American success story.

Auditions for the play will be Thursday and Friday, December 17 and 18 at 7 p.m. in the Warehouse Theater on Central Avenue in Wellsboro. No experience is necessary. All are welcome to audition. The cast calls for two actors to play Bob and Bill and two actresses to play their wives, Lois and Anne. In addition, a woman and a man are required to play a number of different roles each. The performances will be Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 1, 2 and 3, and Friday and Saturday, April 8 and 9 at the Warehouse Theater. Harbor Counseling and an anonymous number of citizens of the community are sponsoring the production.

For more information, call Hamilton-Gibson Productions at 570-724-2079 or email hamgib@gmail.com.

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