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April 2021

Progress Theatre

Progress Theatre
www.progresstheatre.co.uk

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UK
Progress Theatre, Progress Theatre on The Mount, Christchurch Road, Reading RG1 5HL

Reading Abbey Ruins open Air Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet

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Audition Dates: 3rd and 5th April
Performance Dates: Wednesday 14th to Saturday 24th July 2021


Auditionees need only attend one of the first two audition sessions, and may be required to attend the final session. The auditions are by appointment only to comply with Covid-19 regulations. You CANNOT just turn up on the day.
The auditions are open to non-members of Progress Theatre, though those cast will be required to join. All roles are unpaid.

NOTE: All dates are subject to change at short notice due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Unfortunately, due to Child Protection regulations, all auditionees must be over 16 years old.

Full details at: https://progresstheatre.co.uk/auditions

Posted 22/03/2021

 

The Hawth
www.hawth.co.uk



UK
VIRTUAL
The Hawth, Hawth Avenue, Crawley RH10 6YZ

Robin Hood

Robin Hood Auditions - The Hawth - pro actors and community cast


The auditions for professional actors will take place via Zoom on Thursday 8 and Friday 9 April (Apply by midday Monday 29 March), while the deadline for video auditions for the community cast is midday on Monday 12 April

The Hawth Crawley is thrilled to announce that Summer 2021 will see a return to producing high quality, family-friendly performances at the Theatre.

Director Sarah Slator returns to bring to the stage a brand new production based on the traditional tales of the outlaw of Sherwood Forest, ROBIN HOOD. This contempormiary retelling of the legend will feature live music and song along with stage fights galore to delight, engage and entertain all ages.

The Hawth is looking for both professional actors and talented local performers for the community cast to bring ROBIN HOOD to life in our woodland amphitheatre from Thursday 8 July to Sunday 11 July.
Please visit www.hawth.co.uk and choose 'robin hood auditions' for all the information you need or click on the following link - www.parkwoodtheatres.co.uk/The-Hawth/Show/...robin-hood-auditions

Posted 18/03/2021

 

Garden Suburb Theatre

Garden Suburb Theatre
www.gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk

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London

The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo

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Auditions: Sunday 18 April 2021 7:00pm via Zoom
This initial audition is to cast Dantes, Abbe/Abbess Faria, Fernand, Villefort, Mercedes, Alberta, Jacopo and Haydee. These people are involved in fights and cover the bulk of the larger roles. Rehearsals will begin on Zoom for these people, allowing all script analysis to be done before physical rehearsals begin.
Please see the instructions at the foot of this post on how to join the audition.

Ensemble auditions: Sunday (tbc) May 2021 7:00pm
Free Church Hall, Northway, Hampstead Garden Suburb NW11 6PB
This audition will be to find the vital and brilliant ensemble that will share the remaining 22 roles - please see ensemble descriptor for the kind of person I am looking for!

Performance dates:
30 July - 7 August (including matinees on both Saturdays and Sunday, excluding Monday and Tuesday)
Little Oak Wood Open Air Theatre, NW11


Audition for our first summer show
Audition for The Count of Monte Cristo
by Alexandre Dumas adapted for the stage by Owain Rose
Director: Owain Rose
Co-directors/creators/devisers: Mary Musker and Toby Hampton
GST invites you to audition for the first of our two open-air summer productions for 2021, The Count of Monte Cristo.
Directed and newly adapted by Owain Rose, The Count of Monte Cristo will be an energetic romp through the classic tale – influenced by Kneehigh Theatre, Ben Elton and Baz Luhrmann. The aim will be to create an ensemble of dynamic and creative performers who will multi-role around the main character, Edmond Dantes.
From Napoleon himself to the illustrious Banker No 4 – there will be plenty of roles to go around. Any actor-musicians would be a real benefit to the production as the aim is to utilise the many musical talents of the group to enrich the production.
I will be taking people with availability over everything else, as the whole cast will be needed for almost all the rehearsals – we will be working as a creative ensemble and need as many minds in the room as possible.
We will be rehearsing Wednesday and Thursday evenings (7.30 – 9.30pm) and Sundays time tbc, starting in early April.
If you have any questions about the show or this audition notice, please feel free to contact us on countofmontecristo@gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk.

Script: Click HERE to download the script for The Count of Monte Cristo

Characters
The Marvellously Talented and Multi-roling Ensemble! - Ages 14-100+ - Funny, bendy, crazy, musically gifted, open, mad, joyful, soulful, brave, creative actors sought to bring the heart and soul to the piece.
Edmond Dantes (The Count of Monte Cristo… spoiler!) - Male 20-40ish - Must be able to play both 19 years of age and then nearer 40 with conviction. Must also be physically capable due to fight scenes.
Abbe Faria - Male (probably…) 40-100+ - Must be physically fit due to fight scene with Dantes.
Mercedes - Female 20-40ish - Lover, Mother.
Fernand - 20-40ish - Evil, smarmy, git. Must be physically fit due to fight scene.
Jacopo - Any age/sex - Comic relief. Dantes' right hand man.
Haydee - Female 16-30 - Dantes' left hand woman. Must be physically fit due to fight scene.
Villefort - Male 20-50 - A scheming lawyer git. The worst kind, really.
Alberta - Daughter of Mercedes. Must be physically fit due to fight scene.

Audition pieces for the Zoom audition
These will be available shortly on the GST website

Registering for the audition
Please let us know you'll be coming by emailing in advance
countofmontecristo@gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk

Audition pieces for the ensemble workshop in May
This will be a workshop audition so there are no prepared pieces needed prior to the audition.

JOINING THE AUDITION

You can join the audition on Zoom by clicking on this link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/

Alternatively you can use the meeting ID 817 1573 4843 and the password 947205.

For this meeting we will use the "waiting room" facility.

The online meeting room will be open from 6.30 and we will start at 7.00pm. Please log on by 6.45pm if you would like to audition. Once the audition has begun, please turn off your video and microphone if you are not reading.

Posted 31/03/2021

 



March 2021

Woodhouse Players

Woodhouse Players
www.woodhouseplayers.co.uk

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UK
London

Overheard

Overheard

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Open Auditions: 20 & 21 Mar 2021

Be part of a new collection of radio plays.
All info on website

20 & 21 Mar sign up for auditions here: www.woodhouseplayers.co.uk/overheard
We’re super excited to be producing some excellent brand new writing over the next couple of months.
All rehearsals will be via zoom unless we’re otherwise allowed to meet in person under government rules.
Check out our full audition pack with audition pieces and all info you need: www.woodhouseplayers.co.uk/overheard

Posted 18/03/2021

 

Sudbury Dramatic Society

Sudbury Dramatic Society
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UK
Suffolk

The Last Bread Pudding - a one act comedy by Nick Warburton Directed by Malcolm Hollister

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Auditions: Wednesday 31st March at 7.30pm by Zoom.
Follow the link on our website www.sudburydramatic.com
To be performed in July at The Quay Theatre (say it quietly!) as part of a programme of two one-act plays and is a comedy.


A funny and unusual one act play set in the world (well the committee room to be precise) of amateur dramatics.
Tensions run high as the committee of this particular amateur dramatic group gather to choose a suitable play to perform.
An array of fun characters are up for grabs as follows:
Ken Mills (society chairman)
Jack Handy (stage manager)
Denise Boon (committee member)
Fleur Florian (commitee member)
Jan Cooke (committee member)
Ages are not of great importance except for Jack (middle aged or older) and Jan who should ideally be under 30.
Additionally there is a non-speaking role (Secretary) and a cameo for a tramp: these will need to be played by the directorial/backstage team to keep numbers down due to 'rule of six' and distancing procedures that will apply when reharsals/performances take place.

Posted 28/03/2021

 






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