AUDITIONS

Auditions: Season 2 - Sun 5 Feb 2023

My Brilliant Career
Adapted by Christine Davey
Directed by Jane Sherwood
A TAG production

Season:  May 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 at 7.30pm
and May 7, 13 and 14 at 2pm

Auditions:  Sunday 5th February 2023 – 10am to 5pm – bookings essential
Venue:  Garrick Theatre, 16 Meadow St, Guildford

Casting: Multiple  (Full details in this link – click here)
This is a TAG production but auditions are open to everyone. There are no age ranges, casting will be most suitable for the role.

Rehearsals:  To be confirmed – there will be 2 week night and 1 weekend daytime (probably Saturday)

Prepare a short monologue (about 1 minute) of your choice. Pick something that showcases your strengths.
Then there will be cold readings from the script.
Auditions will be held in small groups to see people working together.

To register your interest or any queries please notify the director Jane Sherwood – email here or sms 0421 974 286

My Brilliant Career

This adaptation of the Australian Classic novel, My Brilliant Career is narrated by the author, Stella Miles Franklin. It is the story of Sybylla Melvyn, a headstrong tomboy, growing up in rural Australia in the 1890s.

With a drunken father who sends the family into debt, Sybylla is first sent to her grandmothers and then to work for an illiterate family. Along the way she meets the wealthy young Harold Beecham who falls in love with her.

NOTICES

Auditions: Season 3 - Sat 4th Feb 2023

The York Realist by Peter Gill
Directed by Barry Park

Season:  July 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22 at 7.30pm
and July 15 and 16 at 2pm

Auditions:  Saturday 4th February 2023 by appointment between 10am and 5pm
Venue:  Garrick Theatre, 16 Meadow St, Guildford

Casting: 4 males and 3 females with experience.  (Full details in this link – click here
*Please Note: The attached casting details call for particular accents – the Director has informed that they are desirable but as long as the prospective cast member is willing to learn and be coachable on required accent.

Rehearsals:  Monday & Wednesdays 7pm to 10pm & Saturdays 2pm to 5pm – commencing 6th May 2023

To book your audition time – click here and indicate which role you are interested in.
Take careful note of the date and time of your audition and please notify us if you must cancel.

Please deliver a 2 minute prepared modern monologue in an accent appropriate for the role.
Bring your theatre CV and a headshot.

Any queries please notify the director Barry Park – email here.

A beautiful, heart-breaking love story

Early 1960s, Yorkshire. Farm labourer George is cast in an amateur staging of the York Mystery Plays. His world is shaken when he falls for metropolitan assistant director, John.

It is a time long past. The attitudes are coloured by a life lived with hard graft, and without the light and love necessary to leaven it.

A finely drawn love story, the play is a touching reflection on the complexities of family, class, and the origins of art.

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