By David Storey. Directed by David Page.
As five apparently unrelated characters meet in a seemingly insignificant garden, the autumnal sun shines overhead and everybody waits for rain.
What they discuss is superficially anything that can pass the time. What is portrayed is the very essence of England, Englishness, class, unfulfilled ambition, loves lost and homes that no longer exist.
“a play…of haunting, elegiac power” The Guardian
Harry………………. Ian Evans
Jack………………… Howard James
Kathleen………….. Pauline Wathen
Marjorie…………… Lynn Rushby
Alfred……………… Teejay Hurley
Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte, adapted by Polly Teale
Directed by Jackie Dowse
A beloved classic and undisputed masterpiece, Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre explores class, society, love and religion through the eyes of one of fiction’s most unique and memorable female protagonists.
The Director writes…
‘The 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com
Bouncers Remix, by John Godber
Directed by Howard James
Bouncers shows a night on the tiles from the point of view of the men on the door. It is a funny, energetic piece of highly theatrical storytelling where the men are at once themselves, and every character they happen to meet on a night at work at the nightclub.
Murder on The Nile by Agatha Christie
Directed by Robert Chambers
Fatal circumstances await a newlywed couple as they embark on their honeymoon voyage down the Nile. Kay Ridgeway has led a charmed life. Blessed with beauty, enormous wealth, and a new husband, she embarks on a honeymoon voyage down the Nile.
Fatal circumstances await when the idyllic surroundings are shattered by a shocking and brutal murder. Under scrutiny is a multitude of memorable passengers, all with a reason to kill. The tension and claustrophobia builds, as a shocking and audacious conspiracy is laid bare.
Bedroom Farce by Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by Paul Marshall
Trevor and Susannah, whose marriage is on the rocks, inflict their miseries on their nearest and dearest: three couples whose own relationships are tenuous at best.
Taking place sequentially in the three beleaguered couples’ bedrooms during one endless Saturday night of co-dependence and dysfunction, beds, tempers, and domestic order are ruffled, leading all the players to a hilariously touching epiphany.