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October 2020

Cotswold Arcadians

Cotswold Arcadians
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Quenington Village Hall, Gloucestershire GL7 5BS

The Tempest

The Tempest

Contact: via our website or social media


Auditions: Thursday 1 October 7.30pm ~ 9.30pm
Sunday 4 October 2.30pm ~ 5.00pm
Performance dates 19-24 July 2021 at Hatherop Castle


The Tempest shows us the world’s greatest playwright at the height of his powers. Probably the last play that he wrote, it offers exquisite poetry, complex characterisation, deep emotions, supernatural intervention, raucous comedy, and more music than any of his other works. Set entirely outdoors, it is short, entertaining and full of action. It needs no complex scenery or scene changes, but provides extensive opportunities for backstage creativity in props, lighting, sound, special effects, costume and make-up. For many, it is his finest achievement.
Prospero is the central role. But there are ten other speaking roles of various ages, each of 100-200 lines. At least half of these could be women.
Come and be part of it!

If you would like to audition but are unable to make either of these dates we still want you, so please contact director@arcadians.org before the end of September to arrange an alternative.
Audition guidance, some suggested pieces and an audition form are attached to this email and can be downloaded here. Auditions will be conducted in accordance with current Covid-19 requirements at the time, so if you could notify Jonathan at director@arcadians.org if you are intending to audition it would help with planning.

Posted 12/09/2020

 

Sudbury Dramatic Society

Sudbury Dramatic Society
www.sudburydramatic.com

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Christmas in Pantoland (THE ‘OH, YES, IT IS’ SHOW)

Christmas in Pantoland (THE ‘OH, YES, IT IS’ SHOW)

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Audition dates: On and between Monday 19th - Thursday 22nd October

Have you ever wondered how pantomime’s famous faces spend Christmas and what they get up to?
So does writer and director Phil Osborn and so he has put together this behind the scenes look at what some of your favourite characters might be doing this season
Bobby Buttons and Diane Dandini, presenters of the popular television magazine show, ‘Oh, Yes, It Is!’ have invited a collection of panto’s famous, infamous and downright stupid, to appear on the show
Auditions for Christmas in Pantoland will take place in one of three ways between:
Monday 19th and Thursday 22nd October
Home recorded and submitted
Live on-line via Webex
Face to face in the Jetty under social distancing by arrangement
Contact Phil by email at pdaosborn@btinternet.com to let him know which method of audition you prefer, which part you are interested in and the dates that you are available that week.
More information about the production here.
Audition pieces can be emailed to you or downloaded here.


Cast required:
(Where characters appear together as an obvious ‘pair’ it is not necessary but could be useful if they were part of the same ‘bubble’)
ANCHOR - voice only. Can be recorded remotely. Starts off with impeccable BBC received pronunciation but gets a little more jaded and ‘local’ every time he appears.
BOBBY BUTTONS - smiling, smooth and ambitious television presenter.
DIANE DANDINI - also a TV presenter, still smooth but more cynical than Bobby
WISHEE-WASHEE - Hollywood gossip columnist. Bad fake American accent which often fails. Wishee is eager and keen.
ABANAZER - evil villain having a night off. Still scary when riled but terrified of his wife.
BARBARA - Abanazer’s wife. A nag who henpecks her husband. She is a social climber who does not like being social!
TOILETTIE - Ugly Sister One. Thinks she’s better than her sister.
LATRINIA - Ugly Sister Two. Thinks she is better than her sister.
PING - Peking policeman One. Boastful and big-headed he likes to think he is a dashing hero of law enforcement rather than a lowly constable.
PONG - Peking policeman Two. Much more down to earth and likes to prick his associate’s bubble.

Director: Phil Osborn

Posted 09/10/2020

 


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