Why am I not surprised. Following the media circus surrounding the birth of her eight offspring, somebody is attempting to cash in on the big event. Thing is - interested persons don't even have to be pregnant to qualify.
The story of "Octomom" Nadya Suleman, will soon be a musical, "Octomom: The Musical" to be presented by a small theatre in Los Angeles in June for 10 weeks.
Why am I not surprised.
The show written by one Chris Voltaire and produced by Bang and Cabaret Voltaire, advertises itself as a comedy.
Yeah - why not. If it wasn't so tragic.
Advertisements for the show include statements like, "it must be seen to be believed. A small epic for our strange times."
Ain't that the truth.
Anywaaaay... Auditions to fill the role(s) are taking place at Bang Comedy Studio with the casting session running from 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. at 457 N. Fairfax Ave. L.A.
Unable to make the auditions due to geographical limitations? No problem-o since electronic applications are being accepted at firstname.lastname@example.org