On this page you’ll find details about Theatre 62’s Christmas Revue, and audition information for our the February production Home, and our April show Jane Eyre.

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CHRISTMAS REVUE 2019 – GET-TOGETHER

from Nikki Packham

I hope to have a meeting on SUNDAY 20TH OCTOBER AT 2.00PM to discuss the above.  It will be held at my flat in West Wickham, as the theatre is already booked.

Please text me if you are interested in being involved in any capacity and let me know if you can come to the meeting.  I will then give you my address.

Remember, Christmas comes but once a year!

Nikki Packham
Director
07752 210 244

 

Jane EyreThe April production, which is also Theatre 62’s Bromley Full-Length Play Festival entry, is ‘Jane Eyre’, adapted for the stage by Polly Teale.  This is a modern interpretation of a timeless classic and although challenging, with many roles doubling, should provide performers and audience alike with a truly exciting and dramatic experience.

Scripts will be available from Theatre 62 from the beginning of October. Please see the script for characters and suggested doubling. Audition pieces will be available at the Read Thru’.

– The Read Thru’ is on Wednesday 23rd October from 8.00 pm at the Stage Manager’s home in Beckenham. Please email sj_dowse@msn.com for the address and directions.

1st Auditions on Friday 25th October at Theatre 62 in the Hall at 8.00 pm
2nd Auditions on Monday 28th October at Theatre 62 in the Bar at 8.00 pm

If you are interested in taking part but are unable to make any of the above dates or if you have any questions please contact the director, Jackie Dowse, via sj_dowse@msn.com

 

 

 

 

Auditions at Theatre 62

Auditions take place in advance of productions to allow the Director to assemble their cast.

Theatre 62 holds a read-through ahead of auditions to allow interested auditionees to better familiarise themselves with the play and to meet the Director.

Each Director has her/his own way of auditioning; some prefer to read straight from the text, others choose to try improvisation; some a mixture of both.  Auditions can often be a lot of fun, and gives an actor a chance to try out for different parts.

At Theatre 62 we like to welcome new faces to the stage as well as longer-standing regulars.  Most auditions are ‘open’, which means non-members are welcome to come along and audition.  However, if you are successful you will need to join Theatre 62 as a Full Member.

Auditions are held at Wickham Theatre Centre, location here.