Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Toronto playwright Robert Dow is looking for two female and one male actors to perform in his drama, "The Loved One," to be presented in Puerto Vallarta. Actors must be able to play in the 30-40 year range, and be available until the end of March.
"Catherine was once in love with Ben. His sister still is." This is the catch line that will appear in all advertising for Robert Dow's play, The Loved One. When it opened in Toronto, Arts International Magazine said: "The Loved One is clever, articulate, and beautifully structured. Toronto's a major attraction for new and exceptional works. The Loved One is one of them."
Dow has had six plays and a musical produced, most premiering in Toronto, but two of them beginning their runs in Philadelphia and California.
"The Loved One" is my best writing to date," says the author. "And although it may be considered a psychological drama, there is comedy in it. But a musical it ain't. In fact it really isn't suitable for young audiences."
Robert was born in New Brunswick, but his family moved to Ontario when he was five. At an early age, he discovered he had a talent for writing and chose to write for the stage. At the age of twenty, his first play was produced in Toronto.
Three years later, one of his musicals opened in Toronto for two weeks and ran for seven. Since then, five more of his plays have been produced on stage. He has also written for television and another of his plays, One Kind Of Lady, was featured on the Toronto radio series, "Radio Stage."For more information, contact Robert "Bob" Dow at email@example.com.