The Apex story begins a century before the town was born, when farmers, cowboys, and preachers, Free Persons of Color, enslaved Africans, and indigenous Tuscarora struggled just to get along. It continues through the economic boom of the early twentieth century and the devastation of “The Great Fire” of 1911. The story concludes with the town’s amazing rebirth, when resilient citizens used “pluck, perseverance, and paint” (and brick!) to build back better than ever.
The Apex 150th play is a robust production with roles for all ethnicities, genders, and ages 14+
All auditions will take place at 6:30 pm at the Apex Senior Center (63 Hunter Street) in the Seaboard Room
Monday, December 4th or Tuesday, December 5th: Cold reading audition
Wednesday, December 6th: Callbacks
The Apex 150th play will offer multiple shows spanning two weekends in March, 2024.