Tune In
by Overtime Theater

Feb. 11 - Feb. 12

SAMANTHA ALBERT is a female psychology professor of a university conducting experiments on a new wonder drug, LSD. She studies its effects on mental health to prevent tragic deaths like that of her mother, LILY ALBERT. Samantha is bent on using the results of her study to propel her in the male-dominated field of psychology of the 1960s. Along with her loyal student assistant PHILIP HOFF, Samantha turns to KARL MELNITZ, the aging head of the department, to help her climb the academic ladder. But she’s also balancing a romantic relationship with DAN SHEPHERD, a fellow professor who’s also married to her only female friend at the university, CORA SHEPHERD. Her stubborn persistence that LSD will be a medical breakthrough changes her and the people around her in ways she didn’t expect.


Tune In


The Overtime Theater is seeking performers for its upcoming production of “Tune In”!

Written by: Carlos Lacámara

Directed by: Kat Farrell


1 PM – 4 PM, Saturday Feb. 11th, 2023

1 PM – 4 PM, Sunday Feb. 12th, 2023


-Please prepare a monologue from a contemporary dramatic work.

-A headshot is appreciated.

-Callbacks will be cold readings from the script.


Friday and Saturday nights Mar. 24th – Apr. 15th, 2023

Plus Sunday matinee(s) TBD


SAMANTHA ALBERT: Assistant Professor, late 20s – 30s

KARL MELNITZ: Distinguished Professor, 50 – 80

DAN SHEPHERD: A handsome Jungian Professor, 30s – 40s

CORA SHEPHERD: Sweet, upbeat Departmental Secretary, 30s – 40s

PHILIP HOFF: Graduate student, 20s

LILY ALBERT: Samantha’s mother played in flashbacks, late 20s – 30s

BOB NEWELL: A bookish Behaviorist Professor, 30s – 50s

HENRY WILMORE: Assistant Chairman, 30s – 50s




All roles and crew are volunteer positions.

Our Love Bucket of patron donations will be split equally at the end of the run.