Tuesday, 24 June 2014

The Man of Mode, Romeo and Juliet, and Antigone.

Some things I should have been promoting more, but have slipped recently:

Firstly, The Man Of Mode will be performed by The Company 25th-28th June.

Please buy tickets as it's promising to be a fantastically funny show and £1 from every ticket sold is being donated to charity - a split between Cancer Research UK and Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research UK.

Go to www.thecompanysheffield.co.uk/boxoffice to book.


Secondly, Auditions for Midland Player's production of Romeo and Juliet[1] (show week commencing Sunday 19 October 2014).
There will be two open auditions:

Monday 30 June 2014, 7:30pm at the Harlequin on Nursery Street

Thursday 3 July 2014, 7:30pm at the University Arms, 197 Brook Hill

Everyone is welcome and no preparation is required.
If you are interested in auditioning it would be great if you could let us know which date you think you will come to so we have a rough idea of how many people to expect (and so we know to keep an eye out for you on the night!).

We are also looking for people who may be interested in more technical roles e.g. assistant director, sound, lights, stage management, props, etc. If any of these interest you please let us know or feel free to drop in to a rehearsal to speak to us!

Contact christine_almond@hotmail.co.uk for more info.


Finally, auditions for The Company's October production of Antigone (show week of October 5th 2014) will take place at The University Drama Studio rehearsal rooms from at 8pm on Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd July.

No preparation is necessary and all are welcome.


[1]Directed by me.

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