Auditions

Audition for the thriller Communicating Doors

By Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Kerry Heywood

Performances
Monday 23 – Saturday 28 April 2018

Read-through
Tuesday 12th December 8.00 p.m.

Auditions
Tuesday 19th December 8.00 p.m.
Thursday 28th December 8.00 p.m.

Synopsis
A dominatrix is hired for an elderly man by the hotel caretaker, but the man doesn’t want sexual services. He wants her to witness a confession to the murders of his two previous wives by his psychopathic partner. The dominatrix finds a link through time: can she escape with her own life and go back through time to rescue the wives before they can be killed?

Characters (and acting ages)

Reece a businessman aged 30 and 70
 
Jessica his first wife aged 25 and 45

Ruella his second wife aged 45

Julian his business associate aged 45 and 65

Phoebe a prostitute aged 33

Harold a house detective aged 35 and 55.

This play is set in three different time frames with the same characters hence the different ages stated.

If you are successfully cast you will need to join Theatre 62 as a Full Member (£15)

Rehearsals will commence 1st March 2018 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7.45 p.m. and some Fridays and Sundays towards the end of the rehearsal period.  There may be some informal  work done during January and February depending on availability.

This play will be Theatre 62’s entry in the Bromley Theatre Guild Full Length Play Festival 2018.

If you have any questions please phone Kerry Heywood on 07411 963901 or email
tohdirect@gmail.com

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 Auditions at Theatre 62

Auditions take place in advance of productions to allow the Director to assemble the 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 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 as a Full Member.

Auditions are held at Wickham Theatre Centre, location here.