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March 2015

'I Am Not Afraid'

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Richmond, VA

I Am Not Afraid
Check out more info at and at The 'I Am Not Afraid' Stage Play!!
You can also contact Ayana Sala Baugh Author!!


The 'I Am Not Afraid' Stage Play is expanding its cast and auditioning young males.
ALL ETHNICITES are encouraged to audition.
We are accepting Richmond, VA and surrounding area applicants ONLY at this time!

Posted on 27/02/2015


Curtain Call Productions

Crewe Cheshire


Contact: 01270587173

Audition Dates: Sundays from 1st March 2015
Performance Dates: November 1st to 8th 2015

We are looking for a Seaweed, Motor mouth, Little Inez and a black cast for Hairspray, the audition panel are from the West End and rehearsals will be on Sundays but not every Sunday as the Choreographer/Director and the Musical Director are from the West End so they can only make Sunday rehearsals because of their schedule as the director /choreography is in a UK tour.
Please email curtaincall2015@googlmail for your audition material

Posted on 19/02/2015


Buckshaw VAMP - Buckshaw Village Amateur Musical Performers

Scout Hut, Milestone Meadow, Euxton, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 6FB

Alice in Wonderland Jnr!
Audition pieces and more information about Buckshaw VAMP can be found at or by emailing

Sunday 1st March and audition times as follows- 15:00 –16:00- 6 –8 year olds, 16:30 –17:30 - 9 -12 year olds, 18:00 –19:00 - 13 –17 year olds

The age range for parts to be cast is age 6 -17 years old.
The show is based on Disney's version of Alice in Wonderland and has many familiar characters as well as fantastic musical numbers to perform.
The show will run at Buckshaw Community Centre on the 4th, 5th, 11th and 12th July 2015.

Posted on 14/02/2015


St Augustine's Musical Theatre Company

The venue for all auditions is Mill Lodge Primary School, Aqueduct Road, Shirley, Solihull, B90 1BT


We would like you to register your interest in auditions with us by as soon as possible Please let us know the parts you wish to audition for.

Principal Men on Friday 27 February 2015 at 7.30pm, a ‘Nunday’ workshop audition for all those wishing to be Nuns on Sunday 1 March 2015 from 2pm to 6pm, and Principal Women (including Nuns) on Monday 2 March 2015 at 7.30pm.

AUDITION CALL: We will be holding three audition sessions for SISTER ACT as shown above.
Much more information can be found on the Current Productions page of our website, where you will find a character breakdown, an indication of vocal ranges and the songs (or sections of songs) required for audition. There is also a synopsis of the show plus a YouTube video playlist of many of the numbers. You will find videos of all the numbers on YouTube - please note we are performing the Broadway Version of the show (not the London version).

Posted on 03/02/2015


Stevenage Lytton Players

Stevenage, Herts


If anyone is interested please either pop down to see the creative team this Wednesday (18th) anytime from 7pm, contact the director Maxine on 07786 383689 or post a message on our facebook page The Stevenage Lytton Players.

Auditions: Monday 2nd March at 7pm
Performance: week of 11th May 2015

Could you be our Jigger ?
We are looking for a Jigger for our production of Carousel at the Gordon Craig Theatre.
Contact email or phone:
Audition Dates: Monday 2nd March at 7pm
Performance Dates: 14th to 16th May 2015

Posted on 17/02/2015


The St George's Players

St George's Church, Vancouver Road, Forest Hill, south-east London

If you're interested please let us know via via

Auditions are on 24 & 26 February and 3 & 5 March, starting at 8pm.
Rehearsals will start on 10 March and take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 8pm - 10pm. There are no rehearsals the week commencing 30 March.
Show dates are 28, 29 and 30 May.

The auditions are open to all and there is no need to prepare - just come along and give it a go! Please let us know you're interested and on which date you want to audition via
Rehearsals will start on 10 March and take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 8pm - 10pm. There are no rehearsals the week commencing 30 March.
As usual, the cast will be expected to help with set build in the week leading up to the performances.
Stephen is also looking for a volunteer to assistant direct/stage manage the production.

Posted on 11/02/2015


Prosperous Dramatic Society

Prosperous Theatre

Come back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean
written by Ed Graczyk's and directed by Suzannah Walsh

Just turn up

Sunday 8th March 2015 @ 3pm

Casting requirements are:
Juanita - woman of 50/60 and woman of 30/40 in flashback scenes
Mona - woman in 40's and girl in late teens/early 20's
Sissy - woman in early 40's and girl in late teens/early 20's
Joe - boy in late teens/early 20's
Joanne - woman in 40's
Stella-May - woman in 40's and girl in late teens/early 20's
Edna Louise - woman in 30's and teenager
This play is set in a small town dime store in West Texas in the 1970's, the "Disciples of James Dean" gather for their twentieth reunion. Now middle-aged women, they were teenagers when Dean filmed Giant two decades ago in nearby Marfa. One of them, an extra in the film, has a child whom she says was conceived with Dean during the shoot. The ladies' congenial reminiscences mingle with flash backs to their youth (1950's); then the arrival of a stunning but familiar stranger sets off a series of confrontations that smash their delusions and expose bitter disappointments.
The play is set in the 1970's but has flashbacks to the 1950's. The enigmatic character of Joanne is an interesting challenge for an actress as she is a transsexual and also the catalyst much of the drama in the play.

Posted on 06/03/2015


Progress Theatre

Progress Theatre on The Mount, Christchurch Road, Reading RG1 5HL
Merry Wives of Windsor

Contact: 0797 3333 778

Audition Dates: Sunday 8th at 2.30pm and Wednesday 11th March at 7.30pm
Auditionees need only attend one of the audition sessions
Performance Dates: Wednesday 15th to Saturday 25th July except Sunday 19th

2015 Reading open Air Shakespeare
We need about 17 actors plus a good number of helpers to run stage management, bar, front of house & box office.
The event will be held by the Thames within the restored gardens of Caversham Court Wednesday 15th to Saturday 25th July, except Sunday, surrounded by beautiful gardens and specimen trees
Progress Theatre is a voluntary theatre and all roles are unpaid.
Full audition notice is here.

Posted on 09/02/2015


Farnworth Little Theatre

Farnworth Little Theatre, Lancashire

Snake in the Grass – Alan Ayckbourn

via our website

Reading – Sunday 8th March 7.30pm
Auditions – Sunday 15th March 7.30pm
Performances: 16 - 23 January 2016 - Directed by John Howarth

This rarely performed play set in the disused tennis court of a large country house, is an absolute gem. Described by the playwright as ‘a ghost play’, Snake in the Grass is a black comedy and, at the same time a sinister, psychological thriller.
Following the death of their tyrannical father, Annabel returns to the family home after twenty years abroad, to be re-united with her sister Miriam. As they get to know each other again, they find themselves haunted by the terrifying ghosts of their past. A must see on a dark and windy night.

Posted on 14/02/2015


Cygnet Players

St Barnabas Church
RUMOURS (the British version) by Neil Simon
Directed by Adam Walker

Auditions: Sunday 8th March
Performance: Wednesday 20th - Saturday 23rd May 2015
Rehearsals will begin on Tuesday 17th March

Rumours is set in a beautiful London townhouse, where the who's who of London society are attending the party of the season. What could go wrong?
When a surprise incident awaits the couples arriving to celebrate the 10th wedding anniversary of their esteemed friend Charlie, the evening takes a surprise turn. As rumours abound, will the friends stick together or fall apart in this hilarious farce, written by Neil Simon?
Everyone welcome, members and non-members. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you're interested in joining Cygnets for our future shows, including our next musical, The Full Monty in the autumn, please email us at and we'll add you to our mailing list to keep you informed of what we've got coming up!

Posted on 04/03/2015


Licklog Players

Creekside Plaza, 34 Creek Side Circle, Hayesville, NC


Contact: For more information call Licklog Players at 828-389-8632 or via website Facebook or Twitter

Saturday, March 15th at 10am, Monday, March 17th at 7pm, & Tuesday, November 4th at 7pm

Six Women and two Men needed.

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Woodford Community Players

Small Hall at Woodford Community Centre

Season’s Greetings by Sir Alan Ayckbourn


Auditions will be Sunday 22nd March 2015 2.30pm
Performances: 18th - 21st November 2015
For anybody really struggling with the 22nd, there will be a mop up audition the following week on the 29th 2.30pm in the Small Hall at Woodford Community Centre. Please let us know if you need a slot reserving for you on the 29th.

Season’s Greetings by Sir Alan Ayckbourn introduces us to Christmas at Belinda and Neville’s house and they have invited their family for a traditional Christmas celebration. The guests include: Neville’s exhausted sister Phyllis; her husband Bernard, a doctor whose annual puppet shows are the stuff of legend and terror to both young and old alike; Neville’s friend Eddie and his pregnant wife Pattie; uncle Harvey, a slightly senile retired security guard and a television-addict; Belinda’s unmarried sister, Rachel and Clive, a writer and friend of Rachel. Season’s Greetings is a sometimes black and farcical comedy about a dysfunctional family’ Christmas, set over Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day in an average English suburban house.

Posted on 20/02/2015


Rural Theatre Players

Bosbury Parish Hall - Meeting room A comedy by Paul Costello

Phone 01531 670843

Auditions: Sun 22nd March at 7.30pm
Performance dates – 10th / 11th July 2015

Cast: 5 females & 5 males aged 30+ & 1 female 18+
Production Team and Crew members also required

Posted on 21/02/2015


Garden Suburb Theatre

St Margaret's Church Hall London N3 1BD

Much Ado About Nothing
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Owain Rose

Audition Sunday 22 March 2015 7.30pm
Performance Dates:
Friday 17th, Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th July at 7.30pm
Saturday 18th & Saturday 25th July at 3pm & 7.30pm
Little Oak Wood Open Air Theatre, Addison Way, London NW11

In a twisted take on the classic Shakespeare script - in 2015 The Circus is coming to town! A group of famous performers who have been on a separate tour return to bolster the ranks of the Magicians, Mystics, Fire Breathers and Acrobats in residence at the house of the great Cirque De Messina… Ringmaster Leonato welcomes all. Former lovers reignite old feuds (and old flames) whilst new flames are furiously fanned and a comical web of deceit is woven to unmask all villains and set the world to rights. Set in GST’s outdoor venue, this is the perfect setting for this riotous and witty play!
Available roles:
Beatrice – Female 30 – 50’s: A Fortune Teller/ Mystic. Leonato’s niece and Hero’s cousin.
Benedick - Male 30’s – 50’s: The famous Magician ‘Signior Mountanto’. A friend of Don Pedro and Claudio.
Claudio – Male 16 – 25: A younger member of the circus. A rising star.
Hero – Female 16 – 25: Daughter of the Ringmaster.
Don Pedro – Male 40’s: An important nobleman from Aragon, also a Strongman (this could perhaps also be played by a woman).
Leonato - Male 40 – 70’s: The Ringmaster of the Messina circus.
Don John - Female 40’s - A bearded lady and the sister of Don Pedro.
Margaret - Female 16 – 30: A make up artist.
Borachio - Male any age: An associate of Don John and a clown.
Conrad - Female any age: One of Don John’s more intimate associates – a harlequin.
Dogberry - Male 8 – 18: A wolf-boy/ dog boy, leader of the circus urchins
Verges - Male or Female 8-18: A circus urchin.
Messengers 1 and 2 – Male or female 8-18: Circus urchins.
Balthasar - Male or female any age: A minstrel (ideally can play an instrument and sing well)
Ursula - Female any age:– A member of the Messina circus.

Please note that for this audition there are no specific pieces to be prepared.

Posted on 02/03/2015


Centre Stage Company

Samuel Ward Academy, Suffolk


Visit website for more information

24th and 26th of March

Centre Stage Company in Haverhill, Suffolk are looking for actors (particularly men) for their next musical production of "Annie".

Posted on 07/03/2015


Little Waltham Drama Group


Summer Show 2015 - A Musical in Two Halves


27th March 8:00pm

The first half the songs of Rogers and Hart, and the second half Rogers and Hammerstein.

There are some lovely songs, and as this will be a Madam Chair production there will be lots of glitter and glamour and thats only the men.
So I will look forward to seeing you all on the 27th March 8:00pm prompt start at The Memorial Hall, Little Waltham. Everyone welcome members and non-members alike, the more the merrier!

June Newman

Posted on 14/03/2015


Kingdom Drama School

Clean Break Studio's, 2 Patshull Road, London NW5 2LB



see our website for audition dates

Applicants do not require previous experience to apply for the Kingdom School of Arts. We have a range of beginners, and working professional actors continuing their training at the school.
Auditionees will be led through a group based workshop, combining improvisation and text based exercises. Please note applicants are not required to prepare any audition material in advance.
Audition fee’s for the school are £20 and spaces are limited.
Click here to book an audition.

Posted on 26/03/2015


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