If you are an actor and are looking for places to “show your stuff”, this page will feature upcoming auditions not only at the Station Theatre, but also at surrounding theatres in our region.
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Audition Notice for Key For Two by John Chapman & Dave Freeman
Harriet has two men in her life. One is Gordon and one is Alec. Neither of them knows about the other and Harriet works hard to keep it that way by saying her mum is coming over to keep them on a schedule that works for her. Seems simple, right? Well maybe, but then throw in a long-time friend visiting who has left her husband, both men showing up at the same time, followed by a spouse or two and how does Harriet hold it together?
This is how a British farce plays out and in this year’s production the women take the lead in the twists and turns.
If this sounds like the kind of antics that you’d like to be a part of then this audition is for you!
The production will run the weekends of Friday February 14th, 2019 – Sunday Feb. 23rd, 2019.
Show times are Thursday, Friday and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm. Most rehearsals will be Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings depending on theatre space availability. Please take note of this schedule as it is important that you are available for all rehearsals and show dates and times.
Auditions will be held at the Station Theatre on Sat Dec.7 at 10 am and Tuesday Dec 10 at 7:30 pm. If you are interested in auditioning, even if you cannot attend these audition slots please contact Linda Pipher @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text her at 613-285-6800. (Please note there is no e before the x in the e-mail).
Playwright’s character list (ages are just suggestions)
GORDON A handsome, athletic man in his 40s who runs a successful advertising agency
HARRIET A glamorous woman probably in her 40s who has two men on the go
ALEC A buff North country man in his 50s who owns a fleet of trawlers
ANNE Harriet’s long time friend in her 30s, well dressed with a bright personality
RICHARD Anne’s husband in his 30s, quite fond of the bottle and quite intoxicated
MAGDA Gordon’s wife, in her 40s, quite domineering
MILDRED Alec’s wife, a middle aged Yorkshire lady who is quite furious
Best of luck to you!