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|Group & Location
|King's Lynn Players|
South Wootton Methodist Chapel, King's Lynn, Norfolk
|Blackadder Goes Forth|
Contact: Carol Beveridge firstname.lastname@example.org
READING WEDNESDAY 27TH WORKSHOP THURSDAY 28TH NOVEMBER
AUDITIONS WEDNESDAY 4TH DECEMBER
Performance dates March 13th to 15th 2014 King's Lynn Arts Centre
Edmund Blackadder - Large dialogue - The lynchpin of the piece, as the title would suggest. A lone, sane man in a world of idiots and madmen.
Private S. Baldrick - Large dialogue - A loveable idiot. Downtrodden and walked over by everyone. Baldrick is the most physical part in the show.
Lieutenant George - Large dialogue - An upper class nitwit. Has a degree in the LBW law with honours in buggery.
General Sir Anthony Cecil Hogmanny Melchett - Medium dialogue - Mad as a newt and twice as loud. A complete blithering idiot of the highest order. A treat of a character part.
Captain Darling - Medium dialogue - Spends his days folding Melchett's trouser and polishing his buttons. A coward of a 'desk johnny' who dreams of a life in the women's auxiliary balloon corp
Nurse Mary Fletcher-Brown - Medium dialogue - The only sizeable female part in the show. Fluffy bunny bedside manner, a different sort of animal in bed!
Lord Flashheart - Large Cameo - A true lady's man. Loved and admired by all (except Blackadder).
Ober Lieutnant Von Gerhard - Small Cameo - bad German accent and bad gags...the perfect cameo
Baron Von Richtoven - Small Cameo - The nemesis of Lord Flashheart, rather more eloquent...their final showdown will go one of 2 ways..
Smith - Small Cameo - A spy in a hospital where there is a man with a thick German accent..
Field Marshall Haig - Small Cameo - He has a plan and is not a man to change his mind!
Bob - Small Cameo - Funny name for a girl...only a brief appearance for Bob.
Director Tom Watson
Posted on 27/11/2013
Clarence Road Baptist Church Hall, Southend on Sea, Essex
|The Miser by Moliere|
Contact: For information and an audition pack - Steve McCartney email email@example.com
Phone: 01702-312783 after 5 p.m. evenings.
auditions: Weds 4th and Thurs 5th December 2013
Performance Dates: Tues 24th June- Sat 28th June 2014
At Dixon Studio, Palace Theatre, Westcliff on Sea
Cast: (Speaking Roles)
Harpagon - the miser and father
Master Jacques- the cook
Cléante - his son
La Flèche - cleante's valet
Élise - his daughter
Dame Claude - Harpagon's servant
Valère - his valet who is in love with Elise
Brindavoine, La Merluche,- Harpagon's lackeys.
Mariane - cleante's fiancé desired by Harpagon
Assorted servants (subject to numbers possibly non-speaking roles).
Anselme - a kindly old man.
Commissoner, Commissoner's clerk - officials who visit Harpagon
Frosine - a matchmaker
Master Simon - a loan broker
Production Team: Director Steve McCartney
Asst Director: Valery Miller
Stage Manager : Lee Stuckey
Posted on 08/11/2013
|Banbury Cross Players|
The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury
|Shakespeare’s comedy Twelfth Night (or What you will)|
Contact: For information and details of the audition pieces please email Linda or Bruce at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07802 301726 or visit the BCP web site www.banburycrossplayers.co.uk
Thursday 5 December, 8pm
Orsino loves Olivia who loves Cesario who loves Orsino. Maria loves Toby. Toby loves the drink. Feste loves a song. And Malvolio? Well, he just loves himself.
The classic comedy of love and confusion in the land of Illyria awash with “witty fools” and “foolish wit”.
Linda Shaw and Bruce Walton invite you to BCP’s Open Audition for this production on Thursday 5 December, 8pm at The Mill Arts Centre.
Rehearsals start in January 2014 (once a week up to March 2014, twice a week thereafter).
Available roles are as follows:
(Number indicates number of scenes. Percentage indicates percentage of lines)
Servant 1 Curio 2 Orsino 4 / 9%
Priest 1 Sebastian 5 / 5% Malvolio 7 / 11%
Servant 1 Antonio 4 / 4% Olivia 6 / 12%
First Officer 2 Fabian 4 / 4% Feste 7 / 12%
Second Officer 1 Maria 6 / 6% Sir Toby 10 / 13%
Valentine 2 Sir Andrew 8 / 6% Viola/Cesario 8 / 13%
Please note, there is a separate singing audition for the role of Feste on Wednesday 4 December, 7.30pm at St Hughs Church, Banbury.
The production runs from 14-17 May 2014 at The Mill Arts Centre, Spiceball Park, Banbury. You will need to be available from 12 May 2014 for Technical and Dress Rehearsals. If cast you will be required to join Banbury Cross Players.
Posted on 27/11/2013
|Heaven Can Wait by Harry Segall|
Contact information for auditions - email address SedosHeavenCanWait@gmail.com
Dates of auditions: Audition Saturday 7th December. Call Backs: 10-11 December
Dates of the performances - 4-8 March 2014
Joe Pendleton-Male- 20's or 30's - Kind-hearted, jovial, and an ambitious boxer
Jordan - - Male or Female - Any age but older than Joe Pendleton -Joe's guide throughout the play.
MAX LEVENE - Male - 40's or 50's - Joe's boxing trainer and loyal friend.
TONY ABBOTT - Male - 30's or 40's - Wiley and thoroughly untrustworthy; a 'moustache-twizzling' rogue.
MESSENGER 7013 - Male or Female - Any age - Accidental clutz, very low in competence Angel.
BETTE LOGAN - Female - 20's - 30's and a feasible match with Joe Pendleton- Joe's sweetheart
JULIA FARNSWORTH - Female - 20's or 30's -Farnsworth's wife, in love with Abbott
MRS AMES - Female - 40's + -Housekeeper at the Farnsworth residence. Matriarchal
INSPECTOR WILLIAMS - Male - Any Age
LEFTY - Male - 40's or 50's - Rival boxing trainer to Max.
There are also a number of smaller roles:
Production team details
Director: Pete Bryans
Assistant Director: James Franey
Producer: Pip Deppeler
Posted on 06/11/2013
|Altrincham Garrick Playhouse|
|WEST SIDE STORY|
Contact: see Audition News
Get together: Thursday 21st November 2013 (evening) 7.30pm at the theatre.Auditions: Sunday 8th December 2013 (afternoon)
We’re rounding off our 100th season with our biggest show ever in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Open Stages programme – West Side Story: An epic musical based on the Romeo and Juliet story.
The Sharks and the Jets are two feuding street gangs in 1950's New York, the Jets being American and the Sharks being Puerto Rican. At a dance at a gym, Jet Tony falls in love with a Shark’s sister, Maria. They know they can’t be together because of the gang’s war, but that doesn’t stop them…………..
Huge cast, huge orchestra, huge show!
The Get together and Auditions are open to everyone
If you’re interested in being involved, here’s what you need to know:
Get together: Thursday 21st November 2013 (evening)
Register your interest and hear all about our biggest production ever ! Audition material will be distributed and you’ll get the chance to ask any questions and see our ideas surrounding the production. Our production will be presented in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
The get together is open to everyone – whether you’re interested in performing on stage – or being involved backstage.
When/Where: 7.30pm at the theatre.
Auditions: Sunday 8th December 2013 (afternoon)
This show will be cast by audition only. Put the date in your diary. Further details of the auditions will be revealed at the get together and posted on the website.
Essential for all Auditionees:
Good acting, dancing and singing ability.
Good East-Coast American accent.
Performance experience is preferred but not essential.
Monday 19th May – Sat 24th May 2014 + Sat Matinée
First Rehearsal: 24th March 2014
(note: eight week rehearsal period)
PLEASE ENSURE YOU ARE FREE FOR REHEARSALS AND PERFORMANCES BEFORE YOU AUDITION
A number of cast members will the get the opportunity to attend a workshop organised by the Royal Shakespeare Company on January 25th & 26th – although this won’t include the entire cast, please check availability for these dates, too.
Rehearsals: Altrincham Garrick rehearses on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening from 7.30pm and Sunday afternoons.
Posted on 20/11/2013
John Wheeldon Primary School, Stafford, ST16 3LX
|Merrily we Roll Along by Sondheim|
Contact information - For an Audition Pack or more information Email : email@example.com or Tel: 01785 602830
"Casting Day" - Sunday 8th December 2013 - 1.30pm to 5pm
Performance Dates Tuesday 3rd June - Saturday 7th June 2014 - Stoke Repertory Theatre
We are looking for a talented and committed cast to perform in this fantastic and challenging musical.
Our "CASTING DAY" is an opportunity for those interested in being part of this production to be considered for all principal and company roles.
This is a workshop day and will not take the format of 'traditional' auditions. Auditionees must be 18 and over.
Rehearsals will commence in January and held at Sutherland Primary School, Stoke-on-Trent on Thursday evenings and Sundays.
Production team - Director- Rachel Millar, Musical Director - Liz Talbot
Posted on 003/11/2013
|Birkenhead Operatic Society (BOST)|
|GUYS AND DOLLS|
Contact: Contact details for audition passages: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, please ring 0151 677 7084
Open auditions for the named characters will be held on SUNDAY 8th DECEMBER, beginning at 11am, at our Headquarters in 24A, Clifton Road, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 2SG
Performance dates: THURSDAY 15th to SATURDAY 17th MAY, 2014.
Evening performances will begin at 7.30pm, with a 2.30pm matinee performance on the Saturday.
Theatre: FLORAL PAVILION THEATRE, Marine Parade, New Brighton, Wirral, CH45 2JS
Based on original stories by Damon Runyon, the music and lyrics for Guys And Dolls were written by Frank Loesser, who created a powerful and successful musical, described as the "Musical Fable of Broadway." Winner of the 1951 Tony Award for Best Musical, this lively, fun show is set around the shady world of New York City's gambling fraternity, and has seen a Broadway or West End revival every decade since.
Production Team: Director, Elsie Kelly; Musical Director, Tricia Gaskell; Choreographer, Charlotte Elverstone
Posted on 28/10/2013
|S & J Productions|
Longport Methodist Church, Scott Lidgett Rd, Longport, Stoke-on-Trent
Contact: For more information please contact Stephen Hearson on 01477 500443 or email at email@example.com
Audition:Mon 9th Dec 2013 (7.30pm)
Performance dates - Tues 25th to Sat 29th March 2014 - Stoke-on-Trent Repertory Theatre
Parts available: Dainty June; Older Louise and various male character parts such as Pop, Mr Goldstone & Herbie etc..
We also require male & female singers and dancers aged between 16 and 26 (approx) to play the Older Newsboys and Hollywood Blondes.
Director - Geoff Legan; Musical Director - Stephen Hearson; Choreographer - Jill Young
We will be having a pre-audition get-together to pick up audition pieces, sing and do some movement on Mon 2nd Dec (730pm) at Longort Methodist Church.
Our usual rehearsal days/evenings are Sun afternoons, Mon & Wed evenings at the same venue.
Posted on 08/12/2013
|Little Shop of Horrors|
Contact: For more information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our website
Audition Dates - Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th December 2013
Recall Auditions - Tuesday 17th December 2013
Performance Dates - Wednesday 9th-Saturday 13th April 2014
Seymour - Male, 20's, Baritone/Tenor to top G
Audrey - Female, 20's, Modern voice Belt to C Sharp
Mr Mushnik - Male, 40+, Baritone
Orin (The Dentist) - Male, Mid 20's-30's, Baritone
Audrey 2 (Voice Only) - Male, Funky Baritone (part has previously been played by a female actor and we will consider female applicants)
Crystal, Ronette, Chiffon (The Divas) - Female, Various Vocal Parts, must be able to riff, lots of harmony and movement involved
Director - Frank Ewins
Musical Director - James Stead
Choreographer - Lisa Appleyard
Posted on 06/11/2013
Henry Street, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 8BW
|The Liver Birds by Carla Lane & John Chapman|
Contact: Further information available from Carole on 01457 868849.
Audition date: Tuesday 12th November 7.30pm – either on the landing or in the dressing room.
Performance dates: Monday 17th to Saturday 22nd March 2014
Directed by Carole Wilson
Posted on 17/08/2013
|Droylsden Little Theatre|
Droylsden Little Theatre, Castle Close, Droylsden M43 7AS
|The 39 Steps - Play Reading|
Contact see website
12.12.13Play dates are 12-17th May 2014
Age Early 30's - Mid 40's
Must be able to do accents, very very physical parts.
|Five Towns Musical Theatre Society|
|The King & I|
Auditions Sunday 15 December 2015
Performance: 21 - 24 May 2014
Rogers & Hammersteins ever popular musical brought to life on the amateur stage by a bright enthusiastic group of thespians.
We are looking for principals chorus and children in what promises to be a breathtaking production
Production team - Martin Millward Director
Musical Director - Elaine Oakley
Choreographer - Caroline Taylor
Posted on 08/12/2013
Blackfriars Priory, off Ladybellegate Street, Gloucester
|Sleeping Beauty by Rowena Davies|
Contact: Audition pieces available from the director: email@example.com or 07976545202
Auditions: Sunday 18th August from 11 am
Production Dates: Wednesday 18th - Saturday 21st December 2013 at 7pm. (Saturday matinee at 2pm) at The Kings Theatre, Kingsbarton Street, Gloucester
DAME DOLLY DUMPLING: Male. Versatile. Must sing and dance. Traditional panto Dame.
PRINCE MICHAEL: Female. Principal Boy. Must sing and dance.
EQUERRY: Male or female. Must sing and dance.
Female. Must sing and dance.
KING: Male. Some singing and movement.
QUEEN: Female. Some singing and movement.
CHAMBERLAIN: Male. Dame Dolly's love interest. Some singing and movement.
WILLY and WALLY: Males. Must sing and dance.
WALTER: Male. Must sing and dance.
MILLY, MOLLY and MANKIE:
Females. Must sing and dance.
FAIRY QUEEN ORIO: Female. Must sing and movement.
BAD FAIRY MALAFAZ: Female. Must sing and movement.
FAIRY GOSSAMER:Female. Must sing and movement.
FAIRY SPARKLE: Female. Some singing and movement
FAIRY SNOWFLAKE:Female. Some singing and movement
CHORUS: Sing and dance. There are a number of other minor roles that will be cast from auditionees.
Posted on 07/08/2013
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