351 days ago

Open Auditions tomorrow - Summer Play in the Park

Michelle Soper from Khandallah Arts Theatre

We are seeking Actors (12yrs+) for our 20th Summer Play in the Park for families at Khandallah Park.
A great play by a prolific NZ playwright - 'Mean Jean the Pirate Queen' by Michelanne Forster, featuring pirates, madcap humour, singing and audience participation - everything we know our young audiences love!
Mean Jean - Captain of The Jolly Radish
Smudgy Sam - an Apprentice Pirate
Eunice Lemon - an adventuring school teacher
Edwin(a) Whisby - another adventuring school teacher
(all roles non-gender-specific)

Rehearsals: 17 Nov-15 Dec, then resuming 12 Jan (or later if cast still on holiday).
Performances: 15/16 & 22/23 Feb 2020
Contact Archana 021 920 667 or Mary 022 083 5499 for more info and audition pieces.

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