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Tue 12 Sep 2017

Reading:                            Sunday 22nd October 2017, 6.00 pm, Foyer

Audition:                            Sunday 29th October 2017, 6.00 pm, Coward Suite

Performance Dates:         Sunday 4th March – Saturday 10th March 2018 (Studio)

Director:                              Muriel Keech

 

The Play

The play is set in a cottage by the sea where Virgie, an artist, is at the start celebrating her 84th birthday with family and old friends. Virgie has something to say which changes things for all of them. The action takes place now and is about creative work, family relationships and the conflict between them, especially for women; and what happens in old age. The play is bleakly funny; everyone swears, and some people smoke! And it has really good parts for mature people.

 

Characters/ playing ages*

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Tue 22 Aug 2017

Reading:                         Sunday 8th October, 6.00 pm, Foyer

Audition:                        Sunday 15th October, 4.00 pm, Coward Suite (please note the TIME)

Performance Dates:    Sunday 28th January – Saturday 3rd February 2018 (Auditorium)

Director:                         Dane Hardie

 

The Play

Eddie Carbone ekes out an existence working the docks in 1950s Brooklyn, where he lives with his wife Beatrice and her young niece Catherine. Now a teenager, Catherine elicits a longing in Eddie that he does his best to repress. But when two illegal Italian immigrants arrive and one of them falls for Catherine, Eddie’s inner turmoil violently explodes and the stage is set for tragedy.

The play is set in 1950s America, in an Italian American neighborhood near the Brooklyn Bridge in New York.

 

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Sun 16 Jul 2017

Reading:                       Sunday 27th August, 4.00 pm, Foyer (Hampton Hill Theatre)

Audition:                       Sunday 3rd September, 2.00 pm - 7.30pm, Foyer/Auditorium

                                       (Hampton Hill Theatre)

Performance Dates:    Saturday 9th December – Saturday 16th December 2017 (Auditorium)

(NB. Please note the slightly unusual times of the Reading and Auditions)

 

The Wind in the Willows by Alan Bennett (adapted from the book by Kenneth Grahame)

The Wind in the Willows is one of England’s most treasured children’s stories and the characters of Mole, Ratty, Badger and the incorrigible Mr. Toad have become hugely popular through stage, film and TV adaptations. None, however, capture the themes and mood of the book as perfectly as Alan Bennett’s 1990 adaptation for the National Theatre.

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Wed 17 May 2017

Reading:                            Sunday 9th July 2017, 6.00 pm, Foyer (Hampton Hill Theatre)

Audition:                            Sunday 16th July 2017, 6.00 pm, Coward Suite (Hampton Hill Theatre)

Performance Dates:        Sunday 19th November – Saturday 25th November 2017 (Auditorium)

                                            (There will be a matinee on Sat 25th November, but no performance on

                                            Friday 24th November)

Still Life

Set in the buffet on Milford Junction station.  Mid 1930s

There are 5 female and 5 male roles

Laura Jesson (playing age 30 to 40) the female part of the 'love interest'

Myrtle Bagot (playing age 45 upwards) widow who runs the station buffet with a rod of iron

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Tue 21 Mar 2017

 

Rather than the usual R & A approach, for the casting of this show we’ll be running two workshops which will also serve as the reading and audition. It is preferable that you are able to attend both workshops but will not count against you if you can only make it along to one.

Workshop one:              Sunday 7th May, 2.00 pm - 6.00 pm (Foyer, Hampton Hill Theatre)

Workshop two:               Sunday 14th May, 3.00 pm - 7.00 pm (Coward Suite, Hampton Hill Theatre)

Performance Dates:      Sunday 17th September -  Saturday 23rd September 2017

                                          (Coward Room, Hampton Hill Theatre)

The Show

Originally and famously a radio play featuring the mellifluous tones of Richard Burton, Under Milk Wood is regarded by many as Dylan Thomas’ masterpiece.

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