Auditions

A month of Sundays posterA Month of Sundays by Bob Larbey

Audition dates:

Friday 6th May 7.45 p.m.

Sunday 8th May 11 a.m.

Friday 13th May 7.45 p.m.

Performances:

Mon 27th Sept to Sat 1st Oct 2016

Director:  Janet Clark

Bob Larbey is probably better known for The Good Life, Ever Decreasing Circles and A Fine Romance to name but a few.

A Month of Sundays is set in a retirement home somewhere in leafy Surrey. The two main characters, Cooper and Aylott, spend their time planning their escape, playing chess, and drinking whisky.

There are four lovely cameo roles which the characters can make their own. The daughter and son-in-law of Cooper who visit him on the first Sunday in the month. Wilson, the attractive young nurse and Mrs Baker the cleaning lady who adds to the comedy.

The play is a black comedy, perceptively written with many laugh out loud lines. The audience should leave feeling uplifted and hopeful that all is not lost when old age approaches.

COOPER the main male character – on stage all the time.     Acting age 65- 75

AYLOTT Coopers friend                                                                 Acting age 65-75

JULIA  Coopers daughter                                                               Acting age 35-45

PETER Coopers son-in-law                                                             Acting age 35-45

Mrs BAKER the cleaner                                                                   Acting age 45 upward

NURSE WILSON                                                                                Acting age 25- 35

For any further information or if you are unable to make the auditions and would like to be considered, please contact Janet via website@theatre62.org.uk

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My Boy Jack castAuditions at Theatre 62

Auditions take place in advance of productions to allow the Director to assemble the cast.  Each Director has his/her 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. If you are successful you will need to join Theatre 62 (for a small fee) as a Full Member.

Auditions are held at Wickham Theatre Centre, location here.