Auditions

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DEATHTRAP
by Ira Levin

AUDITION TIME & LOCATION:
Tues Feb 5th or Thur Feb 7th @ Theatre in the Country
5708 Glover Road, Langley, BC

Director: Steve Plitt
Producer: Reg & Erin Parks
Stage Manager: Michaela Freeman


NEEDED for your Audition:

  • Fill out the form to the left and let us know the best time period to book you in (you can choose more than one)
  • Email headshot (or picture) and resume (or list of shows) to ticauditions@gmail.com
    • IMPORTANT NOTES: – if you don’t do as follows your audition request may be returned to you.
      • Please name your Headshot with your full name – not just ‘headshot’
      • Please send your resume or show list as a PDF with your name and the word resume (ie:  JillActor Resume.pdf)
  • Sides will be sent out to you once you have requested an audition time.  Please be familiar with the material.
  • Please arrive early in order to fill out an audition form.
  • Please read below for character descriptions

A FEW NOTES ABOUT THE SHOW

  • Regular Rehearsals will run from February to the beginning of April.
  • Rehearsals will be on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays
  • The show will run for 3 weeks: April 4 – 20
  • If you wish to audition but are not available for any of the dates please use the form to left to let us know that.  No promises, but we will do what we can.

SYNOPSIS
Seemingly comfortably ensconced in his charming Connecticut home, Sidney Bruhl, a successful writer of Broadway thrillers, is struggling to overcome a “dry” spell which has resulted in a string of failures and a shortage of funds. A possible break in his fortunes occurs when he receives a script from a student in the seminar he has been conducting at a nearby college—a thriller which Sidney recognizes immediately as a potential Broadway hit. Sidney’s plan, which he devises with his wife’s help, is to offer collaboration to the student, an idea which the younger man quickly accepts. Thereafter suspense mounts steadily as the plot begins to twist and turn with devilish cleverness, and with such an abundance of thrills and laughter, that audiences will be held enthralled until the final, startling moments of the play.we will do what we can.

AVAILABLE ROLES:

Principal Roles

[Male] (45-65) SYDNEY BRUHL
Polished, dashing, devious, clever, thinks he’s the smartest man in the room and wants people to know it; is “on stage” even when at home.

[Male] (18-30) CLIFFORD ANDERSON
A student; boyish and handsome at the same time; physically fit; he is very clever; knows he’s the smartest man in the room and can bide his time to display it; covers it with innocence, affection, and naïveté.

[Female] (40-60) MYRA BRUHL
Sophisticated, upper-class, but embraces the country life; innocent, sweet, caring, emotional, nervous, even skittish, supportive of Sydney’s career and moods but grows some backbone when he crosses the line.

[Female] (30+) HELGA TEN DORP
Psychic. wild, individual, Gypsy-like; in and out of her world and this world; knows she’s a celebrity and buys into the show of her gift; has a Dutch accent; is disarming and brave when faced with pain and violence.

[Male] PROCTOR MILGRIM
A policeman – professional, solid, observant.

LITTLE WOMEN – The Musical
by Howland, Dickstein and Knee

AUDITION TIME & LOCATION:
Sun Feb 17th or Mon Feb 18th
@ Theatre in the Country
     5708 Glover Rd, Langley, BC

Director: Reg Parks
Producer: Reg & Erin Parks
Stage Manager: Michaela Freeman


NEEDED for your Audition:

  • Fill out the form to the left and let us know the best time period to book you in (you can choose more than one)
  • Email headshot (or picture) and resume (or list of shows) to ticauditions@gmail.com
    • IMPORTANT NOTES: – if you don’t do as follows your audition request may be returned to you.
      • Please name your Headshot with your full name – not just ‘headshot’
      • Please send your resume or show list as a PDF with your name and the word resume (ie:  JillActor Resume.pdf)
  • Sides will be sent out to you once you have requested an audition time.  Please be familiar with the material.
  • Please prepare 90 seconds of a song that best showcases your voice. Backtracks are allowed and can be played off your person device.
  • Please arrive early in order to fill out an audition form.
  • Please read below for available character descriptions

A FEW NOTES ABOUT THE SHOW

  • Regular Rehearsals will run from early March to June.
  • Rehearsals will be on Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays
  • The show will run for 3 weeks: June 6-22
  • If you wish to audition but are not available for any of the dates please use the form to left to let us know that.  No promises, but we will do what we can. SYNOPSIS: Louisa May Alcott’s classic tale of a family of sisters set in the 1860’s during the American Civil War.  A story of laughter, hope, tragedy, family an indomitable spirit with wonderful songs and an epic tale.

AVAILABLE ROLES:

Lead Roles

JO MARCH (female, teens-20s). Second-oldest March sister. Impassioned, driven,
ambitious, but ultimately incredibly generous.

PROFESSOR BHAER (male, mid-late 30s). Very proper and intelligent, professor of
German.

AMY MARCH (female, teens-20s). Youngest March sister. Conceited and selfcentered, very concerned about her image, but learns to become a gracious woman. Falls
in love with and marries Laurence.

MEG MARCH (female, teens-20s). Oldest March sister. Frustrated by family’s
poverty, hates her job as a governess, but a caring sibling. Falls in love with and marries
Brooke.

BETH MARCH (female, teens-20s). Second youngest March sister. Pure goodness.
Sweet and generous to a fault. Only one able to melt Mr. Laurence. Tragically gets sick
and dies, which reveals she is strongest of all the sisters.

MARMEE MARCH (female, 40s-50s). The mother of the four sisters. Her strength
and spirit hold the family together, even in the face of her husband being off at war and
the family being poor.

MR. LAURENCE (male, 50s-70s). Stern, commanding, intimidating—until Beth wins
him over. Grandfather to Laurie.

LAURIE LAURENCE (male, teens-20s). Mr. Laurence’s grandson. Lonely.
Vivacious. Desperate for friends. Becomes best friends with the sisters. Falls in love
with Jo, but she rejects him. He ends up falling in love with and marrying Amy.

AUNT MARCH (50s+). Formidable, over-bearing matron, a lioness, often scary. Quite
well off but rarely overtly generous. Believes absolutely in manners and proper society.
Preferred mode of communication is to bellow at you.

MR. JOHN BROOKE (male, 20s-30s). Strong, both outwardly and inwardly, but also a
romantic. Laurie’s tutor. Kind and generous. Falls in love with and marries Meg.

MRS. KIRK/ENSEMBLE (female, 40s-50s). Runs a boarding house in NY where Jo and
Prof Bhaer stay. A whirlwind.

CLARISSA/ENSEMBLE (female, 20s-30s). A storybook heroine, who discovers inner
strength. Also chorus.

BRAXTON/ENSEMBLE (male, 20s-30s). A storybook villain. Desires Clarissa above all.
Also chorus.

RODRIGO/ENSEMBLE (male, 20s-30s). A storybook hero with a sword. Has sworn
revenge on Braxton. Also chorus.

KNIGHT/ENSEMBLE (male, 50s+). Feeble and isolated. But actually just the final test
of Clarissa’s character. Also chorus.

HAG/ENSEMBLE (female, 40s+). A scary forest-dwelling witch, full of wisdom and
magic. Also chorus.

TROLL/ENSEMBLE (female or male, any age). A terrifying creature who controls the
passage across the rapids. Also chorus.

RODRIGO 2/ENSEMBLE (female, 20s-30s). Clarissa’s sister, who has pretended to be
Rodrigo for years, as part of her plot to exact revenge on Braxton. Also chorus.

ENSEMBLE (about five more, female and male, various ages). This chorus will portray
various characters, such as monks, hags, trolls, dancers, ice skaters, etc.