Director: Sandie Kirk
Sunday 5th June 2016 at 2:30
Sunday 12th June 2016 at 2:30
Wednesday 15th June 2106 at 7:30
To be announced
ABOUT THE PLAY
This year’s September production for the older members of the Youth Theatre will be 2 one act plays, directed by Sandie Kirk. HOSPITAL FOOD is set in a teenage cancer ward and is a moving and witty study of young people facing the unimaginable. A HANDBAG sees a group of teenagers in a Young Offenders’ Institution, attempting to stage a production of The Importance of Being Earnest. Both plays feature mixed casts and will challenge our young actors to produce some serious drama.
Audition pieces will be available to take away at the read through. If you are unable to attend either the read through or one of the auditions, but would like to be considered, please contact Sandie on 07774 801 766 or email her using the contact form below for further info and the relevant script sides. Girls may want to consider practising a Glaswegian accent and boys practising a stammer. This is not a necessity, but is relevant to a couple of key roles.
The September production is aimed at the 14-18 year olds in the Youth Theatre. Availability for rehearsals over the summer will be crucial, so you will be expected to come to the audition with a list of any holiday dates plus any other dates you are not available between 20th June and 11th September. No casting decisions will be made without this information.