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7 Aug, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
About the Show:
Everyone knows that dragons don’t exist . . .
But when one is magically summoned by a group of malcontents, fire awashes the great city of Ankh-Morpork in a bid to replace the elected Patrician with a King – that the villianous Lupine Wonse seeks to control. And all that is standing between order and chaos is the washed up members of the City Night Watch, a small swamp dragon called Errol and the Librarian (who is an Orangutan). This is a comedic adventure of dragons, people and apes!
The play has been cast except for the pivotal main role of CARROT IRONFOUNDERSSON. A talented actor of a specific physical type is needed. MALE, teens, 20s, 30s, tall (around 6ft+), physically fit, a truly good-natured character, honest, rather literal in his view of the world, keen, enthusiastic, somewhat naive, simple-thinking but by no means stupid, a loyal member of the City Watch (Anhk-Morpork’s police force) determined to do right and fight for truth, justice and the Anhk-Morporkian way! So, we are looking to cast someone with enthusiasm, energy, a good sense of humour and plenty of dedication to the role! If this sounds like you, then contact us asap to arrange an audition.
Audition pieces will be made available at the AUDITIONS. You do not need to prepare anything beforehand. We will be casting on (obviously) suitability for the role(s), enthusiasm, committment, versatility, professionalism, and, yes, (even more obviously) talent.
Audition pieces for Lance-Constable Carrot can be fwd as requested.
Simon James/08 0399 firstname.lastname@example.org
Audition Contact: Simon James/08 0399 email@example.com
Audition Venue: LC Theatre, 60 Cleaver Tce, Belmont
Audition Date(s): August 7th, 8th, 9th or 10th.
Audition Time(s): 7pm
Please contact Simon James to arrange an audition.
Show: GUARDS! GUARDS!
Author: Terry Pratchett
Venue: LC Theatre, 60 Cleaver Tce, BELMONT
Theatre Company: ARENAarts
Show Dates: OCTOBER 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30 NOVEMBER 3, 4, 5, 6
Director: Simon James