AUDITIONS

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Audition Process:

2019/20 SEASON AUDITIONS


I Never Sang for My Father
(a drama)

Show runs:
March 11–14 & 18–21

This show has been cast. Many thanks to all who came out.


The Unexpected Guest
(a Murder Mystery)

Show runs:
May 27–30 & June 3–7

Synopsis

Lost in the fog, a traveller seeks refuge at a country estate only to find a man shot dead and his wife standing over him with a smoking gun. The woman’s dazed and unconvincing confession prompts the stranger to help her concoct a story that will lay the blame elsewhere. The police investigation opens a thrilling Pandora’s Box of family secrets and multiple motives.

AUDITION DATES

Friday, February 21 at 7pm
Saturday, February 22 at 2pm
Sunday, February 23 at 2pm

Callbacks if needed:
TBA

No monologues required.
Please come dressed comfortably and prepared to read from the script.

Scripts will be available at:
Oak Bay Flower Shop, 102 - 2187 Oak Bay Ave. 250-595-2421

Questions?

Please email the director: Geoffrey J. Davidson gdavidson486@gmail.com

SLP Audition Form – Fillable PDF

SLP The Unexpected Guest Audition Poster – PDF

The Cast of Characters

7 Adult Males: ages late teens to 50+
3 Adult Females: ages late 20s to 50+

Character

Character Age

Description

Laura Warwick

late 20s-early 30s

Kind and caring. Richard Warwick's wife.

Michael Starkwedder

30s-40s

Brash, yet likeable. Not polished but quick thinker.

Inspector Thomas

40s-50s

Good poker face with dry sarcastic attitude.

Julian Farrar

30s-mid 40s

Politician with soldiery aspect.

Mrs. Bennett

40s-50s

Organized, alert, and nosey. Runs the household.

Jan Warwick

late teens-early 20s

Excitable young man with an innocent sweetness about him. Eyes dart and add sly look to him.

Henry Angell

30s-50s

Manservant with proper manners but shifty untrusting personality.

Mrs. Warwick

50s+

Commanding and alert with a strong personality.

Sergeant Cadwaller

20s-50s

Poetic and soft spoken. Somewhat unobserving

Richard Warwick

30s-50s

Dead (no lines - great for someone wanting to get started in community theatre acting)

 

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