Auditions for this summer's Davis Arts Council (DAC) production of the high-octane country-western musical comedy, "Pump Boys and Dinettes," being directed and choreographed by Jim Christian,
Auditions will be 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 22, at the DAC offices, 445 N. Wasatch Drive, Layton. 
Callbacks are scheduled for Saturday, April 24, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Call DAC at 801-546-8575 or send an e-mail to, to schedule an audition time slot.
Play dates will be Aug. 25-28 and 30 in Layton's Ed Kenley Amphitheater.
The fast-paced musical revolves around the interaction between four gas station pump boys and two sisters who run the Double Cupp Diner across the highway. The setting is rural North Carolina somewhere along Highway 57, a sort of Deep South version of Route 66.
Come prepared with 16-32 bars of two contrasting country-style songs. No a cappella, please. An accompanist will be provided.
All auditioning men must be able to play one of the following:  lead guitar, bass, percussion, or rhythm guitar.
The women playing Rhetta and Prudie Cupp will also be helping with percussion (sometimes on kitchen utensils), but the four guys chosen to play the Pump Boys will form the production's on-stage band.
Audition sides will be available on the Davis Arts Council's website
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