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June 2015

Galleywood Theatre Group



UK
GALLEYWOOD SOCIAL CLUB,The Street, Galleywood, Essex CM2 8PT

GALLEYWOOD SOCIAL CLUB,The Street, Galleywood CM2 8PT


Contact for more info ; 0794 125 8214

Sat 6th JUNE 2015 2 - 4pm
Performance Dates: 22/23 Jan 2016 at Keene Hall




Posted on 06/04/2015

 

Bravo Theatre



UK
St Paul's Church Hall, Goose Green, Wigan WN3 6SB

The Importance of Being Earnest

Contact:
jrail@live.co.uk or info@bravotc.uk
Text/call James (the director) on 07864562745 or David on 07984450320

1st June 7:00pm

Bravo is delighted to announce the audition for its next production, “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde. The audition will be in a style of a workshop as detailed in the attached notice and will take place on Monday June 1st, starting PROMPTLY at 7pm, at St Paul's Church Hall, Warrington Road, Goose Green WN3 6SB.

Please aim to arrive by 6:50 to register. We will ask you to provide your name, contact phone number and email address along with any confirmed holidays or other commitments in the period from June to mid August.

This production and the next planned show will be PROFIT SHARE ventures. Bravo has full public liability and employer's liability insurance and is thus able to offer potential paid employment as shown in the audition notice.

The hall is in the grounds of St Paul's School. If you are travelling to the event by public transport, the 600/601/607 bus services pass the hall directly on Warrington road; it's approximately a 10 minute journey from Wigan bus station. Alternatively, the 631/632/610 services have stops around 10 minutes walk from the hall.

Please bring an up to date copy of your CV & headshot to the audition. Electronic copies should only be sent as a back up.

It is ESSENTIAL that each participant prepares a 2 to 3 minute monologue of their choice which will be performed in front of everyone present. However this monologue cannot be from The Importance of Being Earnest itself.

Each aspect of the workshop will be explained as the evening progresses but please feel free to ask if you are unsure about anything. To register your interest, please:

Send an email to jrail@live.co.uk or info@bravotc.uk
Text/call James (the director) on 07864562745 or David on 07984450320
Leave a reply on the Public Facebook group, which you can access here

Posted 30/05/2015

 

The Manifest Theatre Group



UK
The Manifest Theatre, 2 Oxford Road, Manningtree, Essex CO11 1BP

The Railway Children



Contact:
01206 391309

Auditions 1st June 7.30pm
Performance: 27th - 31st October 2015


If anyone's seen the London production (still running at Kings Cross) they'll know what a fantastic play this is...and we get to be one of the first to perform it when their run ends!
CAST LIST
Bobbie (Roberta)...20s/30s
Peter...20s/30s
Phyllis...20s/30s
Mother...40s/50s
Perks...40s – 60s
The Old Gentleman...60s+
Mr Szezcpansky...40s-50s
Mrs Perks...30s+
Mrs Viney...30s +
Doctor...40s +
Jim...20s/30s
Maid ...30s +
District Superintendent...30s+
Father...40s/50s
Cook...40s +
Butler...40s +

Posted 25/05/2015

 

Dereham Theatre Company



UK
Norfolk

Jesus Christ Superstar



Contact:
via website

Sing-through 1: Thursday May 28th 2015 at 7:30pm
Sing-through 2: Tuesday June 2nd 2015 at 7:30pm
Auditions: Sunday June 7th, Time TBC


All to be held at The Studio. If you wish to audition, please complete an audition application form here
List of Roles and auditions pieces here

Posted 27/05/2015

 

The Young Actors Company



UK
Cambs

Les Miserables



Contact:
Full details and application form: www.theyoungactorscompany.com
Email: leigh@theyoungactorscompany.com
Phone: 07450 033628

AUDITIONS: Sunday June 7th 2015
Performance July 2016


12 month Musical Theatre course including a production of: Les Miserables
Course Director: Jonathan Woolf:
West End credits include: Les Miserables (+ UK Tour) and Miss Saigon
Musical Director:
Alex Woolf: BBC's Young Composer of the Year 2012 and Principal Composer for the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain

Posted 27/05/2015

 

Holland on Sea Theatrical Society (H.O.S.T.S.)



UK
Holland on Sea Public Hall (Frinton Road)

SLEEPING BEAUTY



Contact:
01255 424215

Read through 8th June 7:00pm
Open Audition: 15th June 7:00pm


Do You Want To Be In Panto? Oh Yes You Do!
Holland on Sea Theatrical Society are holding open auditions for this fantastic new pantomime written by and to be directed by award winning actor David Lye. There are eight principle roles as well as a few minor and of course the pantomime horse. You could be a star.

Posted 30/05/2015

 

Curtain Call Productions



UK
YSD Studios FLAG LANE CREWE

Sister Act

Contact:
for audition material email curtaincall2015@gmail.com

Sunday 14th and 28th June



Posted 12/06/2015

 

Walsall Operatic Society



UK
Darwin Hall, Lichfield

Oliver

Contact and to register
go to website

Auditions will be held on Sunday 14th June 2015

Our auditions for Oliver to find Oliver, Dodger and Fagin's gang are this Sunday!! Visit http://walsalloperatic.com for more details ??

Are you a potential Oliver, an Artful Dodger, or could you just ‘pick a pocket or two”?

Walsall Operatic Society is looking for boys aged between 8 and 16 for their next main production, Oliver! which will be performed at the Lichfield Garrick Theatre from 8th to 12th March 2016. We require two teams, each one consisting of Oliver, Artful Dodger and 13 boys.
If you would like to register your child for an audition, please fill in your contact details at our website, along with a brief explanation of any musical or performing experience they have. Please see our website to download audition materials along with an audition day timetable and information for parents regarding performers under the age of 16.

Posted

 

Garden Suburb Theatre



UK
St Margaret's Church Hall, London N3 1BD

She Stoops to Conquer
by Oliver Goldsmith
Directed by Mick Orme


Contact:
info@gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk

Audition: Sunday 14 June 2015 7.30pm
Performance Dates
Thursday 22 October to Saturday 24 October 2015 at 7.30 pm &
Sunday 25 October 2015 at 4 pm


1773. A century since the character of the 'Rake', who was a testosterone-driven gambler, dueller, drinker and womaniser, originally modelled on Charles II, hit the London stage. For once upon a time, truth was, the nobs had it all.
But times changed, and playwrights with them. When Goldsmith wrote his 'laughing' comedy, he wanted to diss the toffs who made up his audience, without lecturing them. So She Stoops is witty and wild, urbane but never suburban, saucy but never coarse. Through his characters' earthy, and earthly, desires, he writes to undo prejudice. And celebrate the 'low'....
At heart, it's about two young women and their desires - they, not the men, have all the fun. In fact Kate, the heroine, has never had so much fun in all her life. When she decides upon the hapless Marlow as her life's partner, she dresses up as a servant girl to win his heart (she has heard of his dubious tastes in women....). He's all pomposity and promiscuity on the outside, all shattered nerves within. In contrast, Kate is all light-hearted deceit and saucy double meanings. At the same time her best friend, Constance, is pursuing her own marriage dream with Hastings, Marlow's companion....
As the play goes on, the pair's merry adventures are surrounded by increasing mayhem. The noise is coming from the unpredictable and outrageous Tony Lumpkin. At first, he seems to be a spoilt mama's boy of a country squire. But it's his boredom with his mother, Mrs Hardcastle, and her cossetting that drive him on to anarchy and bedlam.
Yet it is Tony who brings everyone together at the end.
In between all the revelling, the ladies let their own hair down with gusto. They flirt unashamedly with their beaux - and the audience! Help comes from a (somewhat unbelievable) supine older generation of men, led by Mr Hardcastle. So eventually Lumpkin's manoeuvring, coupled with the ladies’ directly expressed, and occasionally immodest, wishes means success for all parties.
The production is intended to conjure up a mythical '1950s', a golden age which never existed, using the rose-tinted spectacles favoured in a lot of today's period drama. Fashion then was dominated by Dior's outrageous 'New Look' (women wearing it were attacked in Paris streets in 1948). So for this production, the ladies will get their chance to wear some fabulous frocks. Yet at the same time they'll be smart, and in control. The men, meanwhile, can have loads of fun slotting themselves into a 'pipe dream' (!) where Harry Enfield's Mr Cholmondley Warner holds forth endlessly. The idea is to evoke a kind of golden sunlit paradise.
So if you would enjoy dressing up in 50s costumes, or even if you think you might, come along and audition to be a part of Kate and Constance's mating strategies. Merry mix-ups leading to chaos, racy dialogue and sly satire are the order of the day. It's a barrel of laffs from start to finish.

Roles

Ladies
Kate Hardcastle Daughter of Mrs and Mr Hardcastle. Vivacious, charming, bubbly and witty. Age: 18. Actor's age: 20 – 40
Constance Neville Sophisticated and assured, slightly older than Kate with a well-established relationship with Hastings Age: 20-odd. Actor's age: 20 – 40
Pimple, the maid As daft as her name suggests, she identifies with Kate entirely for the short time she is on stage. Any age below 50.
Mrs Hardcastle A foolish woman for whom country living is a bore. Everything 'French' excites her. Dotes on her son, Lumpkin. Age 45+

Gentlemen
Mr Charles Marlow Would-be rake, snobbish, yet bashful, paralysed by his demons. He is redeemed by Kate, who stoops to conquer him. Playing age: 20s. Actor's age: 20 – 40
Mr George Hastings Distinguished old family name, confident character. In love with Constance. Playing age as for Marlow. Actor's age: 20 - 40
'Squire' Tony Lumpkin Rhymes with bumpkin, which he is not. Quick witted spirit of anarchy, spoilt rotten by his mother. Mischievous, energetic and unruly, yet he is the hero. Ages as for Marlow/Hastings (disputed in the text)
Mr Hardcastle 'John Bull' figure. Generous, open handed, affectionate, but can be pompous. Detests 'France'. Age: 40 – 60
Sir Charles Marlow Aristocrat father to young Marlow. Age: 40 – 60
Landlord / Diggory
Shabby Fellow 1 / Roger
Shabby fellow 2 / Sir Charles

Extras – some (very bad!) pub singing involved
Shabby fellow 3 / Servant
Shabby fellow 4 / Servant

Audition pieces will be put on our website before the audition:
www.gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk


Posted 21/05/2015

 

CATS-Community Amateur Theatrical Society



UK
Manchester

Me and Mama



Contact:
Tel 01619451051

Performances August 2015

Need male cast for Aug musical

Posted 15/06/2015

 

Crowthorne Amateur Theatrical Society



UK
Crowthorne Parish Hall, Berks

Puss In Boots

Contact:
All welcome, no experience necessary! Various roles available. Just turn up!

Wednesday 17th June 8:00pm



Posted 17/06/2015

 

Orpen Players



Orpen Hall, West Bergholt
Jeffery Bernard is Unwell

Contact:
Phil Hurst Facebook

Read through/auditions will be 19th & 26th June 8pm

If you are unable to attend but would like to be considered for a part please let me know.
I am looking for a really strong lead for this, as well as some talented and versatile support - numbers TBC (the original had 4 additional actors with a lot of doubling up).
There is also plenty of help needed behind the scenes – SM, lighting, sound, costumes, props, prompt so please get in touch or come along to the auditions if you want to be involved.

Posted 10/06/2015

 

The Chelmsford Ballet Company



UK
Essex

The Sleeping Beauty

Contact:
Application forms are available to download from The Chelmsford Ballet Company website, or you can contact the membership secretary directly for more information. cbcenquiries@hotmail.com

Auditions: 21st June 2015
Performance: March 2016




Do you or someone you know want to dance in this enchanting tale?

Company Auditions 21st June 2015
Only auditioned dancing members can dance in our annual productions.
Company auditions for new members and for upgrades for existing members are scheduled for Sunday 21st June. Male applicants are especially welcome.
The closing date for applications to audition is the 7th June.
(Auditions for The Sleeping Beauty, open only to members, will take place in October 2015)

Posted 17/05/2015

 

Woodley Light Operatic Society - WLOS



UK
Rivermead School Woodley, Berks

HMS Pinafore



Contact:
Come along and meet the production team and find out more about the show.

Preview Evening: Tuesday 23rd June 7:30pm
Audition: 9th July
Performance: 9th - 12th December 2015




Posted 17/06/2015

 

Banbury Cross Players



Uk
The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury

ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR

Contact:
Anyone interested is invited to a read through at The Mill Arts Centre on Tuesday 23 June 2015, 8pm. Further information is available from director, Brenda Williams – brenda@hazelgold.co.uk or 01295 271345.

Auditions: Thursday 2 July, 8pm
Performance: 21-24 October 2015 at The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury


OPEN AUDITIONS – “ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR”

Banbury Cross Players are delighted to announce Open Auditions for their 2015/16 Season opening production of Alan Ayckbourn’s “Absurd Person Singular” on Thursday 2 July, 8pm at The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury.

Set in three kitchens over three Christmases, the play follows the fortunes of three wildly incompatible couples charting the relentless rise of the socially aspiring Hopcrofts at the expense of two other couples.

Housing developer Sidney Hopcroft wants to make a good impression on his guests. His wife Jane is more interested in making her kitchen spotless. The party peters out when she gets herself locked out of the house.

Architect Geoffrey Jackson and his pill-popping wife, Eva, aren’t at all prepared. Geoffrey has just told Eva he’s leaving her. Her reaction is to try and kill herself - in five different ways!

At the Victorian home of banker Ronald Brewster-Wright and his alcoholic wife, Marion there’s no party in prospect. Ronald’s bank is failing and he can’t afford to heat the house. Meanwhile, Marion is drunk in the bedroom.

Geoffrey and Eva drop by to commiserate, closely followed by Sidney and Jane who are now successful, dressed to the nines and determined to make the upper-class failures dance to their middle-class tune.

ROLES AVAILABLE :
Sidney & Jane – late 20s/30s
Geoffrey & Eva – 40s
Ronald and Marion – 50s


More about Banbury Cross Players can be seen at: banburycrossplayers.org.uk or www.facebook.com/BanburyCrossPlayers


Posted 08/06/2015

 

Axis Youth Productions



UK
Feltham Community College, Surrey

Camp Rock the Musical



Contact:
Any questions? Do contact us please. Susan Wynne sue@axisyouthproductions.co.uk

Open auditions - Sunday 28th June.
Ages 7-10 yrs 11.30-1.30pm
Ages 11-18yrs 2pm –4.30pm


Great fun show! Come and join in our summer show. Ages 7 to 18.
Course fees are just £60 with discounts available (please speak to us).
You do not need to be able to attend every single rehearsal, but you do need to attend the majority.
Rehearsal dates are 4th/5th July, 11th/12th July and two evenings during show week, one of which will be Thursday 16th July.
Show dates are 17th and 18th July at The Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Walton on Thames.

Posted 21/05/2015

 

Whetstone Musical Theatre Company

North London
A Slice Of Saturday Night

Contact:
07742181104

Audition Dates: Sunday 28 June
Performance Dates: 27,28 November BULL THEATRE BARNET


From July rehearsals Thursday night’s 8-10pm. Finchkey/mill hill area
From October to include Sunday night’s 8-10pm

Posted 01/06/2015

 

Yeadon Pantomime




UK
Town Hall, Yeadon, Yorkshire

Sleeping Beauty



Contact:
Email yeadonpanto@gmail.com for info

Monday 29th June 19:00

Principal auditions for our 2016 Panto 'Sleeping Beauty'

Posted 09/06/20105

 

Clacton Amateur Dramtic Society (CADS)



UK
Clacton, Essex

Rebecca

Contact:
via website or Facebook

read through will be held Monday 29th June at 7.30pm, with auditions on Wednesday 1st July at 7.30pm, both at The Wick Lodge, Jaywick Lane, Clacton, in the Function Room (entrance through conservatory).

Our next production Weds 25th – Sat 28th November 2015, is the mystery drama ‘Rebecca’, based on the novel by Daphne Du Maurier.
Max de Winter brings his shy young bride to Manderley, his great house in Cornwall. Everywhere, she senses the overpowering presence of Rebecca, Max's drowned wife. Mrs Danvers, the grim housekeeper, will not allow her to forget her shortcomings. She doubts Max's love until Rebecca's body is found. Max confesses that he murdered Rebecca, hating her depravity. The husband and wife now face the exciting fight to save Max from the gallows.
Cast (Please note these are a rough guide for ages)
There are also parts for a couple of servants if anyone is interested in a small role.
Maxim De Winter - 40s/50s – owner of Manderley
Mrs De Winter - 20s/30s – his new bride
Beatrice Lacy – 40s/50s – his sister
Giles Lacy – 40s/50s – his brother in law
Mrs Danvers – 50+ - his embittered housekeeper
Frith – 50+ - his butler
Frank Crawley – 40s/50s – his estate manager and friend
Jack Favell – 30s/40s – his late wife’s cousin and lover
Colonel Julyan – 50+ - the local Justice of the Peace
William Tabb – 40s – a boatbuilder

Posted 10/06/2015

 

May 2015

Uppingham Theatre Company



UK
Don't Paddy's, Market Place ,Uppingham (upstairs front room), Rutland

Wyrd Sisters

Contact:
If you would like to be considered but cannot make any of the above dates please e mail us, info@uppinghamtheatrecompany.org.uk

4th May, 6th May, 11th May and 13th May at 7:00pm

Uppingham Theatre Company will be putting on an amateur production of Terry Pratchett's® Wyrd Sisters ( adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs) in the October half term of 2015.
We will be holding auditions/read throughs for Terry Pratchett's® Wyrd Sisters on the 4th May, 6th May, 11th May and 13th May, all to be held at 7:00pm at Don't Paddy's, Market Place.
We also need people to help with front of house.
Wyrd Sisters cast of characters:
Granny Weatherwax (a witch)
Nnny Ogg ( a witch)
Magrat Garlick (a witch)
Verence (late king of Lancre)
Leonal Felmet (Duke of Lancre)
Lady Felmet (his wife)
Vitoller (an actor/manager)
Mrs Vitoller (his wife)
Fool (a Fool)
Tomjon (son of Verence)
Hwel ( a playwright)
Sergeant
Demon
Robbers, Players, Guests, Guards, Peasants.,Uppingham (upstairs front room).


Posted on 03/02/2015

 

CADOS (Chingford Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society)



UK
Essex

Farndale Ave presents Macbeth

Contact:
via Twitter or Facebook

2nd read-thru this Wed 6th May 2015 8pm

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society ladies mount yet another assault on the classics with a startlingly original production of Macbeth staged to get them to the Welwyn Garden City Finals. Under the carefully mascara'd eye of adjudicator George Peach, all events conspire hilariously against them.

Posted on 06/05/2015

 

SEDOS



UK
1 Brewers Hall Garden, London

Legally Blonde

Contact:
membership@sedos.co.uk

7th May 2015

Have you registered for a Legally Blonde audition? To help with the administration process we are asking that all non-members pay their audition fee upfront once you have booked your audition (download the audition notice). Auditions are free for Sedos members and £5 for non-members (refunded if cast).
Tickets Cost: £5.00

Posted on 14/11/2014

 

AUDITIONS FOR A PLAY TO RAISE MONEY FOR NSPCC!

UK
St John's Church, Portland Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey
5 mins walk from Kingston University bus stop)

Flavour

Contact:
How to apply: E-mail lisa_w@talktalk.net for an application form
Complete the form and return to above e-mail with headshot
If you match any of the characters you'll be invited to audition & be given a time.

Saturday 18th April 2015 for girls' characters
Saturday 2nd May 2015 for boys, women and men characters
Saturday 9th May for call-backs
Rehearsals will be Tuesdays and Fridays at St John's Church during June-Aug
Matinee and evening performance at Arthur Cotterell Theatre on 5th Sept


GIRLS AND BOYS 12-18, MEN AND WOMEN CHARACTERS NEEDED!
Two teenage girls become friends in a children's home and make it their mission to make life better for themselves and the other residents. Nicky Brewer loses her parents in a road accident and moves in with family, her uncle is violent and abusive and she ends up in hospital (which we don't witness) and Canadian Sam Barnes is unforgiven by her Mum after getting herself into some trouble when she first arrives in England. Neither girl has anywhere to go but into care. The girls form a band called Flavour and come up with lots ideas to make their lives better and when the kids in other local children's' homes start coming up with their own ideas, Flavour have a bigger impact than they ever expected. How will Nicky's fight for justice turn out, will Nicky and Sam find happiness and love for themselves and what will be the ripple effect for teens in general of what they started?

Posted on 03/03/2015

 

Oast Theatre



UK
Kent

For Services Rendered by Somerset Maugham

Contact:
Director: Valerie Galbraith 01892 618367 or maytime24@gmail.com

Auditions: Sunday 10th May at 3pm
Wednesday 13th May at 8pm
Both to be held in Ken’s Place (Youth room in barn)
Performance dates: 17th - 24th October 2015


Maugham’s beautifully crafted play has much in common with J. B. Priestley's An Inspector Calls, in the sense that it uses the basic conceit of a middle-class family gathered together at home to explore the state of the nation - in this case the “land fit for heroes to live in” - to quote Lloyd George.
It is September 1932, 14 years after the end of the Great War, and the Ardsley family are entertaining their family and friends to some tennis and tea on the terrace. Into this seemingly peaceful setting stride the Cedars - Wilfred, whose wealth buys freedom from convention and his wife, Gwen, whose inane chatter shatters nerves the Ardsleys hadn’t known were exposed. Smothered hopes reawaken while desperate wives, bitter heroes and restless youth combine to make a heady cocktail in this darkly amusing and intriguing drama.
For further details and a cast list follow this Link

Posted on 23/04/2015

 

Get Your Wigle On



UK
THE GET YOUR WIGLE ON STUDIO, 7 ST AUSTIN’S FRIARS, SHREWSBURY SY1 1RY

Legally Blonde


Contact:
TEL - 01743 272217 / 07525 247124

Sunday 10th May 2015

About the show
The adult cast auditions for the principle and minor roles in Legally Blonde!
Who can audition?
All of our members as well as any potential new members are encouraged to audition. All those auditioning must be aged 16+ at the time of the auditions.

Posted on 21/04/2015

 

Thalian Theatre Group



UK
Laindon Community Centre, High Road/Aston Road, Laindon, Essex. SS15 6NQ

Making Money by the late Terry Pratchett

Contact:
Telephone the Theatre Group on: 01268 417854 or via our website

Auditions: Tuesday 12th May
Thursday 14th May
Tuesday 19th May
8pm each day
Thursday 21st May
Performance: November 12th – 14th at the Towngate Theatre


The Director will be Mike Betteridge
“Making Money” by Terry Pratchett (adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs) is the sequel to “Going Postal”, which the Thalians staged in March 2014. It follows the continuing fortunes of ex-conman Moist von Lipwig (aka Albert Spangler), who having successfully revived the ailing Ankh Morpork Post Office, albeit under considerable coercion from Ankh Morpork’s resident tyrant, Lord Vetinari, now finds himself bored with his job, which is running smoothly, without any challenges.
Lord Vetinari tries to persuade him to take over the Royal Bank of Ankh-Morpork and the Royal Mint. Moist refuses, but when the current chairwoman, Topsy Lavish, dies, she leaves 50% of the shares in the bank to her dog, Mr Fusspot (who already owns one share of the bank, giving him a majority and making him chairman), and she leaves the dog to Moist. An accompanying letter also informs him that the Assassins Guild would fulfil a contract on Moist if anything unnatural happens to the dog or he does not do as her last will commands…
In the Guardian review of “Making Money” they said: “What makes this and all the Discworld stories special, though, is their humanity. Halfway through Making Money, someone is babbling pseudo-religious nonsense about the “last shall be first”. But what about all those “who aren’t first but who aren’t really last, either?” a decent woman asks. “You know, jogging along, doing their best?” These are the people that Pratchett cares about, the ones jogging along, the ones who get taken advantage of by banks and large corporations and bad government. He won’t shirk at making fun of them, but he also loves them and it’s this big-heartedness that makes these novels so smart, so moral, so good.”
There are around 50 characters. The main characters are:
Moist von Lipwig – Postmaster General and Vince Chairman of the Royal Bank of Ankh-Morpork
Adora Bella Dearheart – Fiancee of Moist and manager of the Golem Trust
Mr Fusspot – Chairman of the Bank
Lord Vetinari – Patrician
Mr Mavolio Bent – Chief Cashier of the Bank
Cosmo Lavish – A director of the Bank
Rev Cribbins – Villain with impressive teeth

Posted 03/05/2015

 

A and K Productions

UK
Middleton, Manchester

Blood Brothers



Contact:
For details of auditions dates and to secure an audition email aphoto, your age and contact number along with any links to starnow profile, your youtube videos or showreels stc to:
aandkproductions@hotmail.com

Performances on 10th/11th/12th Dec 2015 at Bojangles Theatre

Auditions for Blood Brothers
Be part of one of the greatest musicals ever produced.

Posted 13/05/2015

 

CAODS



UK
CYGAMS HQ, Meteor Way, Chelmsford, Essex

Sister Act

Contact:
Claire Carr
Vice-Chairman & Publicity/Marketing
07899 998077
caods1@googlemail.com

Re-auditions will be held on Friday 15th May 2015 at 7.30pm
Performance: 22-26 September 2015, Civic Theatre Chelmsford


Following auditions last Saturday for CAODS forthcoming production of 'Sister Act' (22-26 September 2015, Civic Theatre Chelmsford), the part of the leading lady, the ''amazing and utterly fabulous'' 'Deloris Van Cartier', remains uncast.
In addition, the role of Pablo, one of the gangsters, also remains uncast.
Full details here
Regearsal schedule here

Posted 05/05/2015

 

Sidcup Operatic Society



UK
Sidcup, Kent

HMS Pinafore

Contact:
looking for new members to join us, message (via Twitter) for info!

15th May

We're holding auditions for HMS Pinafore on 15th May

Posted 03/05/2015

 

Mayhem Musical Theatre Company



London
As You Like It



Contact:
If you have any questions or would like to book an audition slot, please email: mayhem.asyoulikeit@gmail.com

Monday 18 May 2015 (South Wimbledon) & Thursday 21 May 2015 (Morden) at 7.30pm & 9.00pm on both evenings.
Mayhem are excited to announce open auditions for our summer outdoor production of Shakespeare’s, “As You Like It", to be performed in South West London in July in three beautifully picturesque settings:
- St Philomena’s School Grounds in Carshalton (Sat 11 & Sun 12 July)
- Nonsuch Park in Cheam (Tue 14 & Wed 15 July)
- Cannizaro Park in Wimbledon (Thu 16, Fri 17 & Sat 18 July)
Following three years of sell out shows, Mayhem is adding another venue to cope with the ever increasing audience demand and provide even more opportunities for our performers. With 7 shows in total, this summer's show will be even bigger with increased venue capacities to accommodate up to 400 people per night. For info and images of our previous productions of Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing and A Midsummer Night's Dream, check out the Mayhem website.
First auditions will be held on Monday 18 May 2015 (South Wimbledon) & Thursday 21 May 2015 (Morden) at 7.30pm & 9.00pm on both evenings. Recall auditions will then be held on Monday 25 May 2015 from 7.30pm to 10.30pm (South Wimbledon). Auditions are open to all and new members will be very welcome.

Posted 08/05/2015

 

RLOS - Radlett Light Opera Society



UK
Radlett, Herts

Company



Contact:
join@rlos.org.uk

Audition Dates: 21 May 2015
Performance Dates: 20-22 August 2015


This summer our inaugural summer show will be Stephen Sondheim's 'Company'. The show will performed 20th-22nd August at Edge Grove School in Aldenham. Auditions on 21st May. For more audition information email us at join@rlos.org.uk

Posted 03/05/2015

 

Chesterfield G&S



UK
Staffs

The Yeomen of the Guard

Contact:
via Facebook

Next Audition Tuesday 26th May start 7.30pm at Elder Yard, Chesterfield.

The Yeomen of the Guard. 2015.....Parts still uncast are:
Elsie Maynard....Jack Point....Colonel Fairfax........Sargeant Meryll.....Leonard Meryll.

Posted 13/05/2015

 

Quince Players



UK
Cordes Hall, Sunninghill

The Exorcism

Contact:
quinceplayerspublicity@live.co.uk

27th & 29th May 2015 8pm



Posted on 13/04/2015

 

Dereham Theatre Company



UK
Norfolk

Jesus Christ Superstar



Contact:
via website

Sing-through 1: Thursday May 28th 2015 at 7:30pm
Sing-through 2: Tuesday June 2nd 2015 at 7:30pm
Auditions: Sunday June 7th, Time TBC


All to be held at The Studio. If you wish to audition, please complete an audition application form here
List of Roles and auditions pieces here

Posted 27/05/2015

 

April 2015

Farnworth Little Theatre



UK
Farnworth Little Theatre, Lancashire

Flare Path - Terence Rattigan

Contact:
via our website

Reading - Sunday 29th March 6pm
Auditions - Sunday 12th April 6.15pm
Performances: 12 -19 March 2016 - Directed by John O'Connell


It is 1942. Film star Peter Kyle arrives at a hotel where a bomber crew have met their wives for the weekend. He hopes to win back Patricia, his ex-girlfriend, who has married a pilot. The evening is interrupted when an urgent raid over Germany is announced, forcing the airmen to take to the skies. Left to ponder her husband's fate, Patricia must also choose a man: does she pick her true love Peter, or her courageous husband who she feels obliged to be with?
Subtle and witty, Rattigan's Flare Path is the story of duty, love and hidden fear. It is about coping with the daily prospect of death and how that affects one's view of love. Written by an RAF officer and first performed during WWII, Flare Path promises to whisk you right to the heart of life with the bomber boys.

Posted on 14/02/2015

 

Stourbridge Amateur Operatic Society



UK
Stourbridge, West Midlands

Sister Act

Contact:
If you think you've... http://fb.me/6z3OVb35X

13/04/2015

After a great day of auditions yesterday we are still looking for our 'Deloris Van Cartier'.

Posted on 13/04/2015

 

AUDITIONS FOR A PLAY TO RAISE MONEY FOR NSPCC!

UK
St John's Church, Portland Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey
5 mins walk from Kingston University bus stop)

Flavour

Contact:
How to apply: E-mail lisa_w@talktalk.net for an application form
Complete the form and return to above e-mail with headshot
If you match any of the characters you'll be invited to audition & be given a time.

Saturday 18th April 2015 for girls' characters
Saturday 2nd May 2015 for boys, women and men characters
Saturday 9th May for call-backs
Rehearsals will be Tuesdays and Fridays at St John's Church during June-Aug
Matinee and evening performance at Arthur Cotterell Theatre on 5th Sept


GIRLS AND BOYS 12-18, MEN AND WOMEN CHARACTERS NEEDED!
Two teenage girls become friends in a children's home and make it their mission to make life better for themselves and the other residents. Nicky Brewer loses her parents in a road accident and moves in with family, her uncle is violent and abusive and she ends up in hospital (which we don't witness) and Canadian Sam Barnes is unforgiven by her Mum after getting herself into some trouble when she first arrives in England. Neither girl has anywhere to go but into care. The girls form a band called Flavour and come up with lots ideas to make their lives better and when the kids in other local children's' homes start coming up with their own ideas, Flavour have a bigger impact than they ever expected. How will Nicky's fight for justice turn out, will Nicky and Sam find happiness and love for themselves and what will be the ripple effect for teens in general of what they started?

Posted on 03/03/2015

 

Centrestage Productions Youth Theatre



UK
Chandlers Ford, Hampshire

Loserville

Contact:
mikemullen@hotmail.co.uk
07724 649797

Audition Date - Sunday 19th April 2015
Production Dates - 6th-8th August




Posted on 08/04/2015

 

Farnworth Little Theatre



UK
Farnworth Little Theatre, Lancashire

The Game - Harold Brighouse

Contact:
via our website

Reading - Thursday 9th April 7.30pm
Auditions - Sunday 19th April 2pm
Performances: 14 – 21 May 2016 - Directed by Dave Eyre


A brilliant northern comedy about love, honour, class … and football.
Lancashire. 1913. Match Day!
Blackton Rovers is in need of money. Owner, Austin Whitworth, sells his star centre forward – local football hero Jack Metherell – to a rival club on the eve of a crucial match that could see Rovers relegated to the 2nd Division. Will honest Jack do Austin’s bidding when asked to throw the match? Or will he put his professional honour above loyalty to his old club? Austin’s daughter Elsie, and Jack, are in love – or so they think. But Jack still lives at home, firmly tied to his mother’s apron strings. Will Elsie’s modern ways and feisty temperament win over his domineering mam? Or is this tryst between the classes doomed from the start?

Posted on 14/02/2015

 

Pantheon Theatre Company


UK
Pantheon Theatre, Glasgow

Legally Blonde

Contact:
legallyblonde@pantheontheatre.co.uk

26th April

Open Auditions for Legally Blonde
OPEN AUDITIONS... this SUNDAY 26th April in Glasgow... Once again, a massive thank you to everyone who supported us last week with SISTER ACT at the King's Theatre Glasgow... Now it's time to start again... with OPEN AUDITIONS in Glasgow this SUNDAY 26th April for 'LEGALLY BLONDE: The Musical' (Oct at the King's Theatre Glasgow).... ...come and join us and be a part of an awesome theatre family at The Pantheon Club Glasgow (email legallyblonde@pantheontheatre.co.uk to register and for information about the audition and the show) Facebook
Posted on 13/04/2015

 

St Augustine's Musical Theatre Company



UK
Birmingham, West Midlands

SISTER ACT

Contact:
If you would like to audition, please email us as soon as possible at mail@stagsmtc.co.uk, or ring Producer, Veronica Walsh, on 0121 705 3914.

SUNDAY 26 APRIL 2015

St. Augustine’s Musical Theatre Company’s female cast for ‘Sister Act’, headed by Loretta Parnell as Deloris van Cartier, has already begun rehearsing hard for what promises to be an exciting and spectacular première production for Solihull in November.
We are now putting out an audition call for the male roles in the production, plus one remaining female role. There are six principal male roles to be filled, all of which require strong vocal, good movement ability and good comic timing.
We are also still to cast the fantastic role of Sister Mary Patrick, the scatty, larger-than-life nun who is consistently perky, perpetually enthusiastic and easily excitable!

The auditions will be held on Sunday 26 April 2015 at Mill Lodge Primary School, Aqueduct Road, Shirley, Solihull, B90 1BT, beginning at 7.00pm.
More information about the auditions, including character breakdowns and audition songs can be found on the Current Productions page of our website

Posted on 16/04/2015

 

CODA - Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association



UK
Auditions will be held at Royal Russell School, Coombe Lane, Croydon. Parking will be available and the nearest tram stop is Coombe Lane.

CODA New Member Auditions

Contact:
See full detail here

Wednesday 29th April at 7.45pm

We are a friendly group and always welcome new members. You will receive regular updates on productions and social events.

Posted on 22/04/2015

 

CADOS (Chingford Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society)



UK
Essex

Farndale Ave presents Macbeth

Contact:
via Twitter or Facebook

1st read-thru this Wed 29th April 2015

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society ladies mount yet another assault on the classics with a startlingly original production of Macbeth staged to get them to the Welwyn Garden City Finals. Under the carefully mascara'd eye of adjudicator George Peach, all events conspire hilariously against them.

Posted on 29/04/2015

 

March 2015

'I Am Not Afraid'

Click on flyer to see full size



USA
Richmond, VA

I Am Not Afraid
Contact:
Check out more info at www.LoopieBooks.com and at The 'I Am Not Afraid' Stage Play!!
You can also contact Ayana Sala Baugh Author!!

2015

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



UK
Crewe Cheshire

HAIRSPRAY

Contact:
gailysd@hotmail.com 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



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


Alice in Wonderland Jnr!
Contact:
Audition pieces and more information about Buckshaw VAMP can be found at www.buckshawvamp.co.uk or by emailing buckshawvamp@live.co.uk

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



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

SISTER ACT

Contact:
We would like you to register your interest in auditions with us by as soon as possible mail@stagsmtc.co.uk. 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



UK
Stevenage, Herts

Carousel

Contact:
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: maxipuss258@hotmail.co.uk
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
Rope

Contact:
If you're interested please let us know via via stgeorgescttee@gmail.com

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 stgeorgescttee@gmail.com.
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



Ireland
Prosperous Theatre

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


Contact:
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:
director2015@readingopenair.com 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



UK
Farnworth Little Theatre, Lancashire

Snake in the Grass – Alan Ayckbourn

Contact:
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
Contact:
info@cygnetplayers.com

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 info@cygnetplayers.com 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



USA
Creekside Plaza, 34 Creek Side Circle, Hayesville, NC

THE HALLELUJAH GIRLS

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




UK
Small Hall at Woodford Community Centre

Season’s Greetings by Sir Alan Ayckbourn

Contact:
admin@woodfordplayers.co.uk

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 admin@woodfordplayers.co.uk 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



UK
Bosbury Parish Hall - Meeting room

click.com A comedy by Paul Costello

Contact:
Phone 01531 670843
Email bobmarinamaynard@gmail.com

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



UK
St Margaret's Church Hall London N3 1BD

Much Ado About Nothing
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Owain Rose
Contact:
info@gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk


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



UK
Samuel Ward Academy, Suffolk

Annie

Contact:
Visit website for more information www.centrestage.shinehere.net

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



UK
Essex

Summer Show 2015 - A Musical in Two Halves

Contact:
contact@lwdg.org

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



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

TBA

Contact:
info@KingdomSchoolOfArts.com

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

 

Feb 2015

Starburst Theatre Company



UK
Farnborough, Hampshire

Hairspray

Contact:
If you would like more information please email hairspray@starburst-foundation.org.uk

Workshop: THursday 28th Jan 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Samuel Cody Specialist College, Ballantyne Road, Franborough GU14 8SN
Auditions: 1 February at 09:30–18:00
The Wavell School, GU14 6BH Farnborough, Hampshire


Noda Award winning Amateur Dramatics group Starburst are staging Hairspray in July 2015.
If you are interested in being part of what promises to be a great show then come along to our open auditions on Sunday 1st February.
You must be 14 or over (on July 9th 2015) to be able to audition.If you "like" our FaceBook show page by following the link below. You will be kept up to date with whats going on, you could also come along and see our forthcoming Panto. Or follow us on twitter @starburstshows
Hope to see you on Sunday 1st February.
Facebook

Posted on 07/01/2015

 

Stevenage Lytton Players



UK
Stevenage, Herts

Carousel


Contact:
maxipuss258@hotmail.co.uk

Audition Dates: First meeting on Monday 19th January 2015
Auditions on Sunday 1st February - more details on the website.
Performance Dates: 14th to 16th May 2015


See details on website

Posted on 05/01/2015

 

Starburst Theatre Company



UK
The Wavell School, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 6BH

Hairspray

Contact:
If you would like more information please email hairspray@starburst-foundation.org.uk.

Sunday, 1 February 2015 at 09:30–18:00

Noda Award winning Amateur Dramatics group Starburst are staging Hairspray in July 2015.

If you are interested in being part of what promises to be a great show then come along to our open auditions on Sunday 1st February.

You must be 14 or over (on July 9th 2015) to be able to audition.
If you "like" our FaceBook show page you will be kept up to date with whats going on, you could also come along and see our forthcoming Panto. Or follow us on twitter @starburstshows

Posted on 21/11/2014

 

Saint Monica's Players (SMP)



UK
London

Bugsy Malone (Adult Cast)

Contact:
contact@smptheatre.co.uk


2nd Feb 2015 at 20:00

We'll be hosting out Read through for our next show Bugsy Malone (Adult Cast) at Cannon House from 8pm
If you'd like to be involved in the show or find out more about it then please join us to meet the creative team behind the show and read through the scripts.
The team will also let you know what's required for auditions.
All details here

Posted on 01/02/2015

 

Theatre 62



UK
Wickham Theatre Centre, Corkscrew Hill, West Wickham

Honour

Contact:
website@theatre62.org.uk

Open audition dates:
Monday 2nd February 2015 at 19.45
Friday 6th February 2015 at 19.45
Sunday 8th February at 15.00
Performance Dates: 29th June - 4th July 2015


Honour is a modern play about relationships and family. George and Honor are a married couple, whose daughter, Sophie, is at university. When George falls for Claudia, who is not much older than his daughter, he triggers a destructive spiral.

Posted on 18/01/2015

 

Citizens Theatre

UK
Glasgow

A Midsummer Night’s Dream



Contact:
Download the Information Pack here
Download form for printing here


DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:
Fri 19 Dec 2014
Audition workshops will take place on 7/8 Feb 2015, with training sessions, workshops and rehearsals starting in autumn 2015.
You must be 18 years old by 7 February 2015 to take part.


A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM: A PLAY FOR THE NATION
CITIZENS LEARNING
The Royal Shakespeare Company is touring a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream to 12 theatres across the UK in spring 2016 and we want YOU to be in it!
To celebrate Shakespeare’s unique role as the people’s playwright, the RSC is looking to work with local amateur performers in each city or town the production visits, including Glasgow. Six amateur actors from the local area will get to perform on the Citizens stage alongside professional RSC actors as the Mechanicals. They will also be invited to perform at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon at the end of the tour.
CALLING NON-PROFESSIONAL, COMMUNITY AND AMATEUR THEATRE MAKERS: SHAKESPEARE NEEDS YOU!
The Mechanicals are probably theatre’s most famous amateur company. The group includes some of Shakespeare’s best-loved characters, such as Bottom, the group’s enthusiastic leading man, and Peter Quince, the company’s long-suffering director.
Maybe you have previously been involved in a Citizens Theatre community production or attended our Nightschool acting classes. Maybe you are a member of a Glasgow-based Amateur Dramatic group or have done some acting in the past. If you are over 18, local to Glasgow and would like to get involved, why not read the information pack and fill in the application form for this unique and exciting opportunity?

Read more on the RSC website: A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A play for the Nation (RSC website) here

Posted on 15/12/2014

 

Garden Suburb Theatre



UK
St Margaret's Church Hall, Victoria Avenue N3 1BD

The Lion In Winter
by James Goldman
Director: Omer Warman


Contact: For more information - Omer Warman LionInWinter@gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk


Pre-Audition Workshop: Sunday 18th January 2015, 7pm
Audition: Sunday 8th February 2015, 7pm
Performance Dates:
Thursday 7th May 2015, 8pm
Friday 8th May 2015, 8pm
Saturday 9th May 2015, 3pm
Saturday 9th May 2015, 8pm
The Bull Theatre, 68 The High Street, London, EN5 5SJ


"What shall we hang - the holly or each other?"
It's Christmas 1183 and the Plantagenets are meeting up for a family reunion that puts the "feud" into "feudal". King Henry II of England has commanded his estranged wife, Eleanor of Aquitane, and their three sons, Richard, Geoffrey and John, to spend the festive season with him. However, his mistress, Princess Alais, and her brother, the young King Philip of France, will also be there. Will Henry finally name who is to succeed him on the English throne? Their yuletide celebration soon turns into a black comedy of deceit, betrayal, power games and scorching wit.
This is a great play with some fantastic roles for actors to get their teeth into. We also want a small number of ensemble actors to set the scene and provide valuable support. We are hoping to explore a variety of rehearsal techniques and look forward to collaborating with the actors on this. We are holding a workshop on 18 January.
These are open auditions.

Posted on 07/12/20104

 

The South Devon Players



UK
Chestnut Community Centre, 1-3 Poplar Close, Brixham, Devon TQ5 0SA

Survivors of the Titanic

Contact:
Download audition pack here

Sunday Feb 8th 2015 1:00pm

In 1912, many survivors from the Titanic disaster, were brought to Plymouth. This drama, written directly from historical sources, will be performed in Torbay (and possibly Plymouth).
In answer to a commonly asked question, this has nothing to do with the Titanic film starring Leo Dicaprio!
Actors and actresses of all ages required, all roles open for casting.

Posted on 09/01/2015

 

The University of Northampton

The University of Northampton, Avenue Campus, St George's Avenue, Northampton NN2 6JD
Devils Deal

Contact:
For more details add me on email: ydjabatey@gmail.com

Auditions: 12-1
The filming will be taken place on the 28th February and 1st March


I'm searching for 3 actors and actresses to be part of Devils Deal which is a student project that brings suspense, magic and supernatural theme.
The synopsis is Elizabeth Walker who lives in a petite village outside Northampton and finds out everything is a lie. On the 16th Birthday her parents disappear and her whole village turn to darkness. Her whole life as she knows it is about to take a turn for the worst as she travels further to the story of who she really is and what is happening to her.
The story follows up when she got to know she is the devils daughter and her real mother had no other choice to make a deal with the devil to have his child.

This is a student project that we aim to make this drama successful. Therefore we need your help for us to make it happen, the settings will be in Northampton and will offer to provide you with meals and etc.
Yasmine Djabatey

Posted on 13/02/205

 

Whitefield Amateur Operatics & Dramatics Society



UK
New Jerusalem Church, Radcliffe M26 1JQ

Abigail's Party

Contact:
If you have any questions please email our director Jenny Gregson at jenny.gregson@btinternet.com

Sunday 15 February, 1.30pm

If you are interested in being in this year's play, we will be holding workshop style auditions a week on Sunday!
CHARACTERS
Beverly Moss
Laurence Moss
Angela Coope
Tony Cooper
Susan Lawson
More info on the characters can be found here: Wikipedia

Posted 09/02/2015on

 

London Film School

London Film School – 24 Shelton St, London WC2H 9UB
Open Casting Call to Star in a London Film School Production

Contact:
Please contact Laura Seward – laura.seward@lfs-students.org.uk for further details and to arrange an audition time.

Auditions: February 19th 10am - 2pm at the London Film School
Shooting will take place in London for two days.
Shooting Starts: 4th March 2015

Looking for:
Male Actor: Age 30-40
Slim Build
Maximum height: 5 ft 9”
To play the part of a troubled alcoholic in an original London Film School student film. This will be a black and white, no sound, short film.

Posted on 17/02/2015

 

Farnworth Little Theatre



UK
Farnworth Little Theatre, Lancashire

Come Blow Your Horn – Neil Simon

Contact:
via our website

Reading – Thursday 12th Feb 7.30pm
Auditions – Thursday 19th Feb 7.30pm
Performances: 5 - 12 September 2015 – Directed by Wallace Wareham


Alan Baker, a 30-ish swinging bachelor with time, money and women to spare, welcomes rebellious and eager 21-year brother Buddy into his den of iniquity while their horrified parents can only watch and pray.
This light-hearted comedy concerns the growing pains of two brothers in New York and the parents and young women who keep coming in and out of their lives. Alan is a bachelor playboy, cruising through life with no commitments, no worries and plenty of girls. When his younger brother, Buddy, moves in with him, though, his world is turned upside-down. Their mother tries to make peace in the family, but a reconciliation is not in sight until Buddy’s irresponsible behavior reminds Alan of himself. To the delight of his parents, Alan realizes that it may be time for him to grow up, marry his girlfriend Connie and settle down. But what about Buddy?

Posted on 14/02/2015

 

Farnworth Little Theatre



UK
Farnworth Little Theatre, Lancashire

Brief Encounter – Noel Coward, adapted by Emma Rice

Contact:
via our website

Reading – Sunday 15th Feb 7.30pm
Auditions – Sunday 22nd Feb 7.30pm
Performances: 14 - 21 November 2015 - Directed by Andrew Close


I'm a happily married woman. Or rather I was until a few weeks ago. This is my whole world and it's enough, or rather it was until a few weeks ago.
Your heart dances. The world seems strange and new. You want to laugh and skip and fall forever. . . You are in love. You are in love with the wrong person. Laura, the respectable suburban wife, and Alec, the idealistic, married doctor, meet in a station buffet, fall passionately in love but are doomed never to find fulfilment.
David Lean's iconic 1945 movie, Brief Encounter, was written by Noel Coward and was based on one of his one-act plays, Still Life, written a decade earlier. Emma Rice, Artistic Director of Kneehigh Theatre Company, has adapted this timeless tale of joy and heartache for the stage, interspersing the romantic action with nine Coward ditties.

Posted on 14/02/2015

 

Eclipse Productions



UK
Sussex

Oliver!

Contact:
Hannah Gibson 07793222107 or eclipseproductions@btopenworld.com

Auditions are on Sunday 22nd February
Perfformance: Sunday 31st May to Saturday 13th June
Eclipse was launched in 1999, and since then the company has built a strong reputation for its high standards, and ‘award-winning’ productions. We expect ‘Oliver!’ will be no different.

Why Oliver!? you may ask. Aside from being a popular show for cast and audiences alike, this show is perfect for the style of production we are looking to create. This will be an engaging and immediate production, using the whole of the theatre to capture the audience’s imagination and attempt to transport them to Dickensian London. This will be a production that will not only be the musical everyone loves and can clap along to, but emphasise the dirt and grime that Victorian London was known for.

Do bear in mind that ‘Oliver!’ is a show that almost everyone knows and we require a very hardworking ensemble cast, and every person in the show will have plenty to do. We are keeping the cast to a maximum of 30 (including our children), so doubling of parts and we expect it to be demanding. This is a show with many great company numbers and scenes. It will be fantastic to be a part of, so even if you don’t get the principal role you may be after, if you are invited to be in the show, do join us! We promise a great time will be had by ALL!!

So onto Eclipse’s production details:

• Auditions are on Sunday 22nd February with a possibility of another date being added due to demand. Everyone will be notified by email of the team’s decisions by Wednesday 25th February at the latest.

• The show is being performed at The Barn Theatre, Southwick from Wednesday 3rd - Saturday 13th June, with performances at 7:30pm each night and Saturday (and a Sunday) matinees at 2:30pm.

• The show week will run from Get-in on Sunday 31st May through to Get-out after the final performance on Saturday 13th. You may be required any time between these dates.

• Rehearsals will be held in Brighton (venue TBC) unless otherwise advised, on a Sunday (Exact times TBC), and also Tuesday and Thursday evenings (7:30-9:30pm) (Exact evenings and timings may change, but we will discuss this in your auditions)

• At the moment rehearsals are expected to start on the 1st March.

• If you are cast, there is a £50 show fee, which will be due as soon as we begin rehearsals. This fee is key to helping with the overall budget, our costumes and general show costs, and ensures you are covered under the company insurance. Failure to pay your show fee once cast, may result in you being asked to leave the show.

• If you are cast, there will be a £10 script/score hire fee. This, like the show fee, will be due as soon as we start rehearsals, in order for you to receive your script and score. Failure to return the script and score at the end of rehearsals will result in a penalty charge of £25, which is the replacement cost.

• If cast, please also be aware that there may be many promotional activities and events we will require you to attend.

Once we receive your completed audition form back, we will send you your audition timing, as well as the relevant dialogue and music so you may prepare for your audition.

So, nothing left to say, other than, thank you for showing an interest in the show and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us and we look forward to seeing you at the auditions!

Break a leg!

Posted on 12/02/2015

 

The St George's Players



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

Contact:
If you're interested please let us know via via stgeorgescttee@gmail.com

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 stgeorgescttee@gmail.com.
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

 

Grosvenor Light Opera Company (GLOC)



UK
London

Ruddigore

Contact:
admin@gloc.org

Audition Dates: 24th and 28th February
Performance Dates: 3rd June – 6th June 2015 (London); 4th August (Harrogate)


GLOC is a leading London G&S Society, and one of the only amateur operatic societies both to rehearse and perform in Central London. As a result, we attract a membership largely of young professionals who work in the centre of town, together with students attending the city’s universities and colleges.
In Summer 2015 we will be performing Ruddigore in central London, and again at the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in Harrogate. Ruddigore is a burlesque of Victorian melodrama, satirising the predilection of the time for exaggerated stories about wicked Dukes and innocent maidens. The Bad Baronet of Ruddigore is under a curse which forces him to commit an evil act each day or die horribly. Robin Oakapple, a blameless young farmer, is in love with the beautiful Rose Maybud but is too shy to declare himself. However, he harbours a terrible secret… he is the rightful Baronet of Ruddigore, but having faked his own death to escape the curse has left his younger brother Despard to assume the title…
We do not audition for chorus members. All are welcome – just come along!
Auditions for principal parts will take place on:
- Tuesday 24 February (7pm - 10pm), 55 Broadway, St James Park
- Saturday 28 February (10am - 2pm), St Gabriel’s Halls, Pimlico
Each audition will take no more than 10 minutes and will consist of: a song, some dialogue, and an interview with a casting panel. You are not required to have learnt the piece and be “off-book” for the audition and are welcome to sing/read from the music/script.
If you wish to be considered for more than one part, please indicate this on the audition form; however you will only be able to do one audition slot.
There is a £10 audition fee; please bring £10 along with you on the day of the audition. If you do join the production, this audition fee is then deducted from your membership fee (so for those who continue in a chorus or principal role, there is no additional cost for auditioning).

Posted on 06/02/2015

 

St Augustine's Musical Theatre Company



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

SISTER ACT

Contact:
We would like you to register your interest in auditions with us by as soon as possible mail@stagsmtc.co.uk. 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

 

Jan 2015

Renegade Theatre Company



UK
Duke St Theatre, 11, Duke Street, High Wycombe, Bucks HP13 6EE

Spring Awakening

Contact:
Register for either of two audition sessions on January 5th, 2pm-5pm or 6pm-9pm, by emailing renegadeyouththeatre@gmail.com

Auditions: January 5th, 2pm-5pm or 6pm-9pm
performance dates are April 1st - 4th 2015


Renegade Theatre Company are holding auditions for our forthcoming production of the musical Spring Awakening.
We are looking for enthusiastic and talented performers aged 15-23 to take part, as well as offering technical placements.

Posted on 18/12/2014

 

Q2 Players



UK
Surrey
Kew Scout Hut

The Shadow of Doctor Syn

Contact:
Please let us know if you would like to attend, but would be unavailable!
q2players@gmail.com

audition Wednesday 7th January Time: 8-10
Performance: 16th-18th April 2015


Q2 will be performing The Shadow of Doctor Syn by Russell Thorndike, which has been adapted for stage by fan and Q2 member Genni Trickett, who will also direct.
This popular series of books tells the story of Reverend Christopher Syn a former pirate, turned smuggler who appears to be the respectable vicar of Dymchurch to all but his closest friends. In the seventh and final book in the series, The Shadow of Doctor Syn, set during the time of the French revolution, Syn must rescue people from the Reign of Terror and thwart notorious French politician Robespierre to try to gain a pardon in order to live out his life in peace.

Posted on 29/12/2014

 

BATS - Batley Amateur Thespian Society



UK
Batley Mencap, Yorkshire

Me and My Girl

Contact:
email batleythespians@live.co.uk if you haven't already indicated you are auditioning.

6th January, Run through auditions songs and lib
Auditions 8th January and 11th January (if needed)
13th January will be the first read through for the lib


If you've not got your audition information for ?#?meandmygirl? have a look here. Facebook

Posted on 06/01/2015

 

Youth Music Theatre UK



UK
Cambridge Junction

YMT's 2015 Summer Season of New Music Theatre

Contact:
Booking for YMT's National Auditions 2015 is now OPEN! Book here!

10/01/2015

Follow in the footsteps of Ed Sheeran or Sam Smith and join the UK's leading music theatre company for young people aged 11-21.
Youth Music Theatre UK is auditioning NOW!
Do you want to be like global superstars Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith? Or maybe follow in the footsteps of West End leading lady Lauren Samuels, BBC 3's Bad Education actor Jack Bence or Channel 4's Fresh Meat actress Charlotte Ritchie? These are just a few of our wonderful alumni, and we'd love you to join the UK's leading music theatre company for young people!
We're here to kick-start your career in the creative industries and give you the opportunity to work with leading industry professionals for a summer like no other.
We're heading to 24 cities across the UK in November, January and February looking for talented young performers aged 11-21 to take part in YMT's 2015 Summer Season of New Music Theatre!

Posted on 08/01/2015

 

Prosperous Dramatic Society



Dowling's Lounge, Prosperous, County Kildare, Ireland
Alone it Stands

Contact:
prosperousdrama@gmail.com

Saturday the 10th of January at 18:30

Prosperous Dramatic Society are delighted to announce that their Spring Production directed by Lurlene Duggan is John Breens incredibly brilliant "Alone it Stands", this hilarious play tells the story of several characters all of whom played a part in the legendary victory in 1978 when Munster rugby beat the All Blacks....

Posted on 07/01/2015

 

Nottingham Operatic Society



UK
Nottingham

HAIRSPRAY

Contact:
For further information please register your interest at - newmembers@nottinghamoperaticsociety.co.uk

Sunday 11th January 2015

***PLEASE NOTE*** You will NOT be allowed to audition unless we received a completed form by Friday 9th January.
NEW MEMBERS AUDITIONS - It's anticipated the date for our New Members auditions will be Sunday 11th January 2015.

Posted on 06/01/2015

 

Radlett Light Opera Society



UK
St Johns Church, Gills Hill, Lane, Radlett, Herts

CHILDREN OF EDEN

Contact:
Children of Eden launch pack may be found under here

Auditions : Sunday 11th January 2015 12:00 noon
Performances: 13th - 16th May 2015 at The Radlett Centre


Children of Eden is a two-act musical play with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and a book by John Caird. The musical is based on the Book of Genesis. Act I tells the story of Adam and Eve, Cain, and Abel, and Act II deals with Noah and the Flood.

Posted on 02/01/2015

 

C&D Productions Theatre Company



UK
Keystone Youth Centre, 97 Rockingham Road, Kettering

Sleeping Beauty


Contact:
07780 000656
chris@cd-productions.co.uk

Workshop 11/01/2015 17:00 - 19:00
Auditions: 14/01/2015 18:30 - 20:00 & 18/01/2015 14:00 - 18:00
Performance: 26/03/2015 - 28/03/2015


Directed by Liv Norris
Produced by Chris Lynch

Posted on 24/12/2014

 

Banbury Cross Players



UK
The Mill Arts Centre in Banbury, Oxfordshire

The 39 Steps (adapted by Patrick Barlow)



Contact:
For further information and details of audition pieces contact Director Chrissie Garrett at chrissiegarrett@btinternet.com or mail@banburycrossplayers.co.uk

Audition: Thursday, 15 January 2015 at 20:00
There will be a read through at The Mill Arts Centre on Tuesday 6th January 2015, 8pm. If you are interested, please do come along.
The production runs from 22-25 April 2015 at The Mill Arts Centre, Spiceball Park, Banbury. You will need to be available from 19 April 2015 for Technical and Dress Rehearsals. If cast you will be required to become a member of Banbury Cross Players.


OPEN AUDITION
Four talented actors needed for 100 hilarious minutes of theatre
Banbury Cross Players announce Open Auditions for their production of Patrick Barlow’s hilarious, non-stop adaptation of John Buchan & Alfred Hitchcock’s classic “The 39 Steps” – 8pm, 15 January 2015 at The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury.
From an original concept by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon, this play needs just four actors. Could you be the all-action, stiff upper-lipped Richard Hannay? Or are you the sultry siren Anabella Schmidt? Or perhaps you’re better suited to be one of the “clowns” who play all – yes ALL! – the other roles – from Mr Memory man to Milkman; Salesman to Sheriff, Porter to Policeman, Compere to Crofter .. and many more besides!
This spoof adaptation is set as a 1930s style “movie” with film sound effects and action as well as physical theatre taking the audience from London to the Scottish moors via car crashes, code-breaking and a daring shoot out and escape by aeroplane.
Available roles as follows:
Richard Hannay (35-45) Clown 1 (Any age, M or F)
The Woman (30-40) Clown 2 (Any age, M or F)
NB Clowns must be able to physically change characters and accents quickly.

Posted on 18/12/2014

 

Break A Leg Company



UK
Nicholson Hall, Gosport, Hampshire

HMS Pinafore

Contact: via our Facebook page


Introduction meeting Friday 16th January, 7.30

We can now confirm that our next production will be HMS PINAFORE - 25th - 27th June 2015. Introduction meeting for the show will take place on Friday 16th January 2015 @ Nicholson Hall 7.30pm.

Posted on 02/01/2015

 

Garden Suburb Theatre



UK
St Margaret's Church Hall, Victoria Avenue N3 1BD

The Lion In Winter
by James Goldman
Director: Omer Warman


Contact: For more information - Omer Warman LionInWinter@gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk


Pre-Audition Workshop: Sunday 18th January 2015, 7pm
Audition: Sunday 8th February 2015, 7pm
Performance Dates:
Thursday 7th May 2015, 8pm
Friday 8th May 2015, 8pm
Saturday 9th May 2015, 3pm
Saturday 9th May 2015, 8pm
The Bull Theatre, 68 The High Street, London, EN5 5SJ


"What shall we hang - the holly or each other?"
It's Christmas 1183 and the Plantagenets are meeting up for a family reunion that puts the "feud" into "feudal". King Henry II of England has commanded his estranged wife, Eleanor of Aquitane, and their three sons, Richard, Geoffrey and John, to spend the festive season with him. However, his mistress, Princess Alais, and her brother, the young King Philip of France, will also be there. Will Henry finally name who is to succeed him on the English throne? Their yuletide celebration soon turns into a black comedy of deceit, betrayal, power games and scorching wit.
This is a great play with some fantastic roles for actors to get their teeth into. We also want a small number of ensemble actors to set the scene and provide valuable support. We are hoping to explore a variety of rehearsal techniques and look forward to collaborating with the actors on this. We are holding a workshop on 18 January.
These are open auditions.

Posted on 07/12/20104

 

Stevenage Lytton Players



UK
Stevenage, Herts

Carousel


Contact:
maxipuss258@hotmail.co.uk

Audition Dates: First meeting on Monday 19th January 2015
Auditions on Sunday 1st February - more details on the website.
Performance Dates: 14th to 16th May 2015


See details on website

Posted on 05/01/2015

 

Touring Consortium Theatre Company

UK
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller

Contact:
Apply for a casting slot
The Touring Consortium Theatre Company will be holding open auditions to cast between 10-12 people who will make up the ensemble casting for this production. Local members of each community that the show tours to will perform alongside the professional cast.
- See more here

20th Jan 2015

Ever fancied treading the boards? Got a hankering for the limelight? Find out how you could be part of the Touring Consortium Theatre Company's next production of A View from the Bridge...
In spring 2015, the Touring Consortium Theatre Company will produce Arthur Miller's modern classic, A View from the Bridge. 2015 is the centenary of Arthur Miller’s birth and they are delighted to be celebrating it with this production of one of his most popular plays.
- See more here

Posted on 15/12/2014

 

Youth Music Theatre UK



UK
North East

YMT Company of 2015

Contact:
More information about YMT can be found here: www.youthmusictheatreuk.org including our bursary scheme: www.youthmusictheatreuk.org/bursary-scheme

We are heading to:
- ARC, Stockton – Saturday 24 January
- Dance City, Newcastle – Saturday 14 February


Youth Music Theatre UK, an educational arts charity sponsored by Arts Council England.
YMT is looking for talented young performers and musicians aged 11-21 to join the YMT Company of 2015. Young people will work with a professional West End team on a two/three-week residential project in summer 2015 to create a brand new musical that will be performed in a top theatre or venue. Young people will also receive a qualification from Trinity College London.
Since beginning in 2003, YMT has trained over 6,000 young people including the likes of Ed Sheeran (who is also our patron), Sam Smith, Charlotte Ritchie and Lauren Samuels (and many others).
The audition is a three-hour group workshop open to absolutely anyone. It’s led by a professional director, musical director and choreographer and no previous experience is needed – there’s also no need to prepare anything as everything will be taught on the day.
As a strategic arts organisation, YMT us unique as it only creates brand new musicals. YMT’s 2015 Season of New Music Theatre includes:
- Gulliver’s Travels at the Lyric Theatre Belfast created by the team behind the West End smash hit Once the Musical with music by platinum-selling singer-songwriter Duke Special and book by stand-up comedian Andrew Doyle
- FAGIN – a Wicked-style prequel to Oliver! directed by Olivier Award nominee Steven Dexter
- Macbeth – a drum ‘n’ bass electronic version at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
- Sweat Factory – a unique dance piece at London’s Sadler’s Wells Theatre

Posted on 21/01/2015

 

Stevenage Lytton Players



UK
Lytton Theatre in Vardon Road, Stevenage, Herts

Carousel

Contact: More info on http://lyttonplayers.co.uk


Monday 26th and Wednesday 28th January 2015

Carousel audition dance and acting workshop

Posted on 26/01/2015

 

Starburst Theatre Company



UK
Farnborough, Hampshire

Hairspray

Contact:
If you would like more information please email hairspray@starburst-foundation.org.uk

Workshop: THursday 28th Jan 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Samuel Cody Specialist College, Ballantyne Road, Franborough GU14 8SN
Auditions: 1 February at 09:30–18:00
The Wavell School, GU14 6BH Farnborough, Hampshire


Noda Award winning Amateur Dramatics group Starburst are staging Hairspray in July 2015.
If you are interested in being part of what promises to be a great show then come along to our open auditions on Sunday 1st February.
You must be 14 or over (on July 9th 2015) to be able to audition.If you "like" our FaceBook show page by following the link below. You will be kept up to date with whats going on, you could also come along and see our forthcoming Panto. Or follow us on twitter @starburstshows
Hope to see you on Sunday 1st February.
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Posted on 07/01/2015

 

Young Generation of Falmouth


Falmouth
Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Contact:
01326 211639
email sally.robinson13@btinternet.com

Thursday January 29th 7.00-9.30pm

Pre-auditions to learn the characters, music, dance etc. commence at the Falmouth Methodist Church on Thursday January 29th 7.00-9.30pm and will run every Thursday prior to Auditions on Sunday 22nd February. There will be a one off charge of £5.00 covering these four evenings.
The public performance will be taking place on 28th July – 1st August 2015.
For those who take part in the production there will be a one off charge of £30. On and after 14th April a second rehearsal will take place every Tuesday 7.00-9.30pm at the Falmouth Theatre Company’s rehearsal room.

Posted on 19/01/2015

 

Building Bards



Northern Ireland, The Ulster Hall Group SpaceBelfast
MidSummer Night's Dream

Contact: see our website or via Twitter


Friday 30th Jan 2015 2:00 to 5:00pm

Don't forget this Friday 30th Jan we have an open audition call for our latest programmed event. Pass to actor friends!
Actors may bring a monologue to read. Performance will be mostly improv.
Posted on 29/01/2015