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A Man Of No Importance
5 Jul, 2015
Set in 1960s Dublin, this contemporary music theatre classic tells the story of Alfie Byrne, an unmarried bus conductor in his 40s who lives with his sister Lily. Alfie is obsessed with all things Oscar Wilde and directs many of Wilde’s plays at the local church theatre group.
An unfortunate turn of events forces Alfie to look at the man in the mirror more closely and embrace who he truly is. This is a funny, heartwarming and uplifting story about the fear of being alone, finding your place and the uniting power of theatre.
From the writers of Ragtime, Once On This Island and Seussical, the music is contemporary with a lively Irish influence. There are roles for almost all ages.
Book by Terrence McNally, Music by Stephen Flaherty, Lyrics by Lyn Ahrens
Please see: http://playlovers.org.au/audition-man-of-no-importance/#more-3289 for audition pack including available roles.
Applicants will be required to perform one music theatre number, preferably in the style of the show. More information is available in the audition pack.
To arrange an audition please contact Andrew Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
Director: Andrew Baker
MD: Tim How
Show Dates: November 20 to December 6, Wednesdays to Sundays