Winter a new play by Paul Regeli
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Seeking three young men for a new play.
“Winter” is a new play by Paul Regeli. Set against the turbulent background of the Blitz and the battles of the early part of the Second World War, it follows the lives of an eccentric family who live in a rambling North London house and are at war with each other as well as the enemy. Based on true events.
Merchant of Venice
If you cannot manage either date but want to take part please ring Peter on 020 8749 0633 and he will make alternative arrangements
between 2 pm and 4 pm on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd July
Theatre West Four is a West London based theatre group which will be staging Shakespeare's 'Merchant of Venice' at the Questors Studio theatre in Ealing on November 22 to 26.
Open auditions will be held between 2 pm and 4 pm on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd July at Director Peter Woods’ home: 27 Ashchurch Grove, W12 9BT.
Rehearsals will begin with a full reading on Thursday 1st September at 7.30 pm at our rehearsal venue: The Friendship Club, Age Concern Chiswick, Oxford Road North, W4 4DN. Rehearsals will be on Thursday evenings and Sunday afternoons.
In addition, we will need someone to take charge of Wardrobe and Properties so if you would like to be involved in a non-active capacity and enjoy the buzz and thrill of being pat of a production, do get in touch with Peter at the above number. We look forward to hearing from you.
Harrow Arts Centre, Uxbridge Road, Hatch End, Middlesex, HA5 4EA. Nearest public transport Hatch End Station
Tales of Hoffman
Please e-mail Adrienne Walters at: firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an audition slot or for further information.
Auditions will be held at the Harrow Arts Centre in the Grymsdyke room from 2pm -6pm on Sunday 3rd July and 7pm-10pm on Thursday 7th July.
Performance: 19th - 25th March 2017
Harrow Opera is planning a fully staged production of Tales of Hoffman week 19th -25th March 2017, to be performed at the Compass Theatre, Ickenham.
The production will be in English and based on the Cramer Edition.
Auditions are open, however preference for roles will be given to Harrow Opera members (who achieve a suitable standard). Where audition slots for specific roles are very oversubscribed, auditions may be limited to those prepared to consider another role.
All singers should prepare the relevant excerpt(s) from the list, which should be sung in English, any translation is acceptable. Auditionees may not be required to sing their whole aria, and please could those auditioning for small roles requiring an ‘own choice’ aria choose a short one.
Smaller men’s roles may be given to women, and may be auditioned for by women.
Auditionees may be asked to take some direction during the audition and/or read some dialogue.
Please see additional sheet for audition pieces.
Fees payable to Harrow Opera. No roles will be confirmed until fees have been paid.
Large role £150
Smaller roles £120
Chorus and very minor roles £60
All principal singers are required to sell a minimum of eight tickets
Roles will be double cast and principals will be required to sing chorus on their off nights.
Rehearsals will take place at the St William of York Church hall, Du Cros Drive, HA7 4TJ on Thursday evenings from Sept 8th and then also Sunday afternoons ( venue to be confirmed) from November until the show date. There may also be additional rehearsals in the last two weeks before the performances, with compulsory dress rehearsals, tech and Sitzprobe on the 19th, 20th and 21st of March
Please do not take the role if you are unable to commit to at least 90% of rehearsals.
All N/As must be submitted at the time of audition
email@example.com or 07855 090589 for immediate audition.
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Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens
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Auditions - July 3rd (Balham) - Rehearsals commence July 31st
Performances: Wednesday 9th – Saturday 12th November 2016 7.45pm & a Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
at Ye Olde Rose & Crown Theatre Pub in Walthamstow
Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens is not just any old musical. It’s a cult phenomenon - a fantastic, intergalactic adventure, a brilliant audience experience, tonnes of cheeky fun, and a brilliant party night out, all wrapped in plastic and sprinkled with more than a healthy amount of glitter.
With songs like “Glitter Boots Saved my Life”, “Space Trucking” “Let’s Make Magic” and “All I Need is Disco” this is sure to be one night out not to be missed.
Commitment will be for potentially one night a week, and 2-3 Full Day rehearsals a month on a Sunday (And all of show week)
Two Year Professional Acting, Postgraduate and Part Time Foundation Acting
9th July for entry 2016
ADCclubhouse, Abingdon, Oxfordshire
A Man For All Seasons
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11th July 7:30pm
Casting for our November production.
St Margaret’s Church Hall, Victoria Avenue, N3
PLEASE NOTE: We are auditioning all three plays on the same day to give you the opportunity to be considered for any of them. As the rehearsal periods overlap it will not be possible to be in more than one production.
|20-23 October production: Two one act plays|
‘In Camera’ [Huis Clos] by Jean-Paul Sartre
Directed by Fred Griessen
The audition for this will begin at 4pm
A windowless, over-heated room in hell.
The play revolves around three characters who torment each other.
Sartre’s hell has no blinking, no tears, no sleep and no exit. As he says, hell is other people.
The Valet The keeper of hell (40s/50s/60s)
The other three characters are roughly in their 20s to 40s:
Garcin The pacifist journalist
Inez A lesbian clerk with a cruel streak
Estelle The sexy baby killer.
There will be four rehearsals in July and then two a week starting on Sunday 11th September. Copies are available from Ashley Collins on 020 8349 9956.
‘The Regina Monologues’ by Rebecca Russell and Jenny Wafer
Directed by Debbie Lane
The audition for this will begin at 5pm
Six women all married to the same man called Henry – it just couldn’t happen nowadays…. The Regina Monologues is a modern take on a certain 16th century English king whose wives tell their stories, separately and yet all together, in a room in which they have all once lived. Their reflections range from funny to heartbreaking but are always absorbing.
Cathy was madly in love but rejected after years of commitment
Annie the good time girl who thought she would be different (she wasn’t)
Jane sweetly naïve and retains her illusions to the end
Anna forceful and perceptive; not one to be taken advantage of
Katie the confident adolescent who finds she’s not as grown up as she thought
Katherine the widow; confident and knows her own mind
Ages are deliberately being left open, apart from Katie who does need to pass for a teenager.
There are no set audition pieces. You may put yourself forward for any of the roles but you’ll be asked to express a preference, which will be the part you’ll read at the audition.
Rehearsals will start at the beginning of September and will be on one or two evenings a week and Sundays. Exact days and times will depend on cast availability.
Please email Debbie Lane at firstname.lastname@example.org with requests to borrow a copy of the play for quick reading or if you have any questions.
24-27 November production:
‘Di and Viv and Rose’ by Amelia Bullmore
Directed by Terry Rogers
The audition for this will begin at 6pm
A warm, funny and sad play about friendship, with three great roles for female performers.
Aged 18, three women meet at university and join forces. Life is fun. Living is intense. Crackling with wisdom and wit, Di and Viv and Rose is a humorous and thoughtful exploration of friendship's impact on life and life's impact on friendship.
We follow them from free-and-easy student life to loves, careers, cares and responsibilities over 25 years later.
The three characters take us on this journey and have a playing age 18 - 40s.
Di Into sport in all its guises, playing netball, hockey and soccer in the first term.
Viv A social activist, with her own set of tools; can turn her hand to anything. Intends to work as a social historian in New York.
Rose A naive optimist. First time away from home and she wants to do it all and with as many people as possible. She endures everything life throws at her.
For audition pieces and copies of the complete play contact Mary Musker at email@example.com. You are advised to have read the whole script.
There will be three rehearsals a week including Sundays beginning on 9 October.
The auditions for the October and November productions (to be performed Upstairs at the Gatehouse) will be held at St Margaret’s Church Hall, Victoria Avenue, N3 on Sunday 17 July at times detailed above.
Memorial Hall, Little Waltham, Essex
Pirates of The Panto
If you'd like to audition but can't make either of the above dates please contact Jenny or Karen via firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be an open read through on the 18th July at 8:00pm, Memorial Hall, Little Waltham
Open Auditions: Monday 25th and Thursday 28th July at 8:00pm
Performances: 15th - 21st January 2017
All Saints Church Hall, Llandaff North (opposite Ysgol Glantaf), Wales
JACK THE RIPPER The Musical
We always welcome new members for on and off stage. Feel free to contact me directly. Leanne Algeo
Auditions are Tuesday 19th July with a rehearsal on Monday 18th
Performance: the week beginning 24th October 2016
Llandaff theatre company are performing "Jack the Ripper" the musical and we are on the hunt for more members, especially men (but women obviously welcome too!)????
There are plenty of great roles for both men and women along with lots of company work.
Set partly in a music hall and partly in the surrounding East End London streets and buildings, the play is a musical reconstruction of incidents relating to the East End murders which took place between August 31st and November 9th, 1888. A solution of Jack the Ripper's identity is hinted at, but the play is an atmospheric commentary rather than an historical re-enactment, shifting between reality and artificiality, with characters representing "real" people as well as members of the music hall audience and players.
Treasure Island by Mike Fahie-Wilson & Bez Berry
Malcolm via email@example.com for more details
Auditions - Wednesday 20th July, 7:30pm Quay Auditorium
Performance: December 16th - January 1st 2017
Director Malcolm Hollister - Workshop & Readthrough - Sunday Sunday June 19th at 2pm - Auditions Wednesday 20th July
Audition pieces will be available from the Quay Box Office for short term loan.
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25th July 5pm
We are looking for a Mrs Lovett to join our Sweeney Todd cast!
St Peter's Hall, Wilburton
Jack and the Beanstalk
If you would like more information, you can get in touch on our Contact Us page or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 26th July 7:30 - 9:30 pm and Sunday 31st July 2:00 - 6:00 pm
Come along to our auditions for our 2016 Panto- Jack and the Beanstalk.
Jack and the Beanstalk performances are on Thursday 8th, Friday 9th and Saturday 10th December. There will also be a matinee performance on Saturday 10th.
The panto will be Directed by Jess Wildman and Choreograped by Mia Turner. We are currently on the look out for a Musical Director. If you can play piano and help coach singing, we would love to hear from you.
The pantomime rehearsals will start in September on every Tuesday and some Sundays up until the show. More details will be given at Auditions.
We look forward to seeing you at Auditions.