Auditions:  Our Day Out-by Willy Russell

Auditions:  Our Day Out-by Willy Russell We are inviting male and female adults to audition for Teacher roles for the playMrs Kay (early 40’s) Susan (early 20’s) Colin (early 20’s) Briggs (30s)  Headmaster  Other adults (smaller parts) Lollipop man, Bus Driver, Shopkeepers Jon and Mac There are also a few other smaller parts but we may multi role. Liverpool accents are not essential!Performance of the play will be at the Partington Players Theatre from Monday 31st Jan to Saturday Feb 5th. Auditions…

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Rumplestiltskin Auditions

Adults Auditions/Get Together for our 2021 pantomime which will run from 26th November to 4th December. Those interested should email the author/director James Done at doneanddustedpantomimes@hotmail.com for a digital copy of the script.

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A Different Way Home: Auditions

Monday March 30th Theatre Foyer: "A Different Way Home" by Jimmy Chin. Director: Mike Brown Performance dates: Monday 22nd -Saturday 27th June 2020 Rehearsals start week commencing 11th May 2020 Characters: Leslie- Male , middle-aged to older. Maureen- Female, middle-aged to older Set in the front room of a small house of a Northern town, period 1980's Act 1 is a 20 page monologue by Leslie relating his personal story Act 2 is a 13 page monologue in which Maureen…

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Roleplay: Auditions

ROLEPLAY by Alan Ayckbourn Part of Alan Ayckbourn’s "Damsels in Distress” trilogy, Roleplay is the story of the hopelessly mismatched Justin and Julie-Ann. They are about to introduce their respective parents to each other over dinner - Justin’s upper-crust alcoholic mother from Surrey and Julie-Ann’s bigoted Yorkshire father and prim mother. Into this doomed scenario drops Paige Petite, a former lap-dancer with suicidal tendencies and her gun-toting minder. A high-energy farce from one of Britain’s foremost comedy playwrights. Character profiles…

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Breaking the Code – Auditions

In the leafy surroundings of Bletchley Park at the height of the Second World War, a brilliant young mathematician called Alan Turing was working away at a problem. The creation of a machine. A machine that would crack the German Enigma code and win Britain the war. In the aftermath of victory, Turing arrived in Manchester with an even bigger task in mind – the development of the modern computer. It would be a task he left unfinished, humiliated and destroyed…

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