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When Dame Beatrice is given a mink stole by her maid, she is reminded of the maid's shady past and immediately suspects that it was stolen from the the next flat. A former army officer and other lodgers endeavor to return the stole. The plan is devised with care and all of them take such delight in the secretive scheme that they wonder why they don't do this more often. They form a syndicate for stealing and returning furs. Everything goes well until a loss is reported and the police come charging in. The maid is horrified to discover what has been going on behind her back, but agrees to employ her talents to bail the amateurs out of trouble if they agree to never touch another fur. She succeeds, the police leave, and life returns to its humdrum ways until someone remembers that it was only furs they had promised not to touch!
Characters: Miss Nanette Parry - A down to earth woman, who works part time as an elecution teacher ( playing age 50+) Brigadier Albert Rayne - A stern, retired Army man who likes to keep things under control (Playing age 50+) Lady Alice Miller- Beatrice’s high spirited, supportive, and flirtatious friend (Playing age 50+) Dame Beatrice Appleby - leader and land lady to the group.(Playing age 50+) Miss Elizabeth Hatied - a lady of fragile nerves. (Playing age 50+) Lily Thompson - maid and ex convict, works for Dame Beatrice (Playing age mid 20s/early 30s) Pape and Kemp - 2 rather inept officers from Scotland yard who come to investigate the thefts.(Playing age mid 20s/early 30s M/F)
The Old Fire Station, 2a Norwood High Street, SE27 9NS
Copenhagen By Michael Frayn
Audition one: 3 Dec 2023 TIME: 10:00 - 12:45 Audition two: 4 Dec 2023 TIME: 20:00 - 22:00 PERFORMANCES: 19 - 23 MAR 2024
In 1941, two physicists, Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg, met in Copenhagen. The details of this meeting remain a mystery but its ramifications reverberate throughout the world today. This multi-award-winning play by Michael Frayne (Noises Off) requires three talented performers all with substantial dialogue. On stage for the duration of the play, actors create scenes that blend seamlessly between a representation of an afterlife and recreating key moments in their lives. The script is poetic, taking full advantage of the theatrical to explore this intriguing and significant moment in history. Understanding of nuclear physics not required. Willingness to learn lots of lines and deliver an explosive performance essential. In order to reserve your place at an audition session, please complete the registration form by clicking here Rehearsals will start in January (rehearsals scheduled for Monday & Thursday evenings, Saturday early evening, Sunday) DIRECTOR: PETER STEVENS CHARACTERS: BOHR: late fifties, male, physicist, paternal, calm with an occasional rage MARGRETHE: fifties, female, Bohr’s wife, astute, perceptive HEISENBERG: late thirties, male, physicist, prodigical ‘son’ figure