Harbour Theatre Auditions

Audition for Harbour Theatre Next Production:

"Charitable Intent"
By David Williamson
Dir. Christine Ellis



AUDITION: SUNDAY 15th July from 1pm-4pm


LOCATION: Mosman Park Memorial Hall (aka Camelot Theatre), 16 Lochee Street (cnr Solomon St), MOSMAN PARK WA


SYNOPSYS:
This play is the third in David Williamson's trilogy about community conferencing, also known as The Jack Manning Trilogy. It focuses on the pressures and contradictions that erupt as workplace values change.

Audiences can identify easily with the workplace issues and bullying it depicts. A comedy which is played as a drama throughout. It has a cast of 6 females and 2 males.


CHARACTERS: ( NB: stage ages only - ages are flexible depending on casting mix )
AMANDA - F 35-60, Programme Manager - frumpy, caring, downtrodden.
BRYONY - F 30-50, CEO of a charitable institution - dressed smartly, opinionated, condescending.
JACK MANNING - M 30-45, Group Facilitator - confident, calm, reassured.
BRIAN - M 40-70, Chairman of the Board - caring businessman.
STELLA - F 40-60, Amanda's friend & co-worker - caring, hardworking long-time employee.
TAMSYN - F 25-35, HR Consultant - smart, unempathic, businesslike, confident.
CASSIE - F 20-30, Financial Controller - gawky, lacking in confidence, unsure.
GIULIA - F 20-35, Publicist - smart, career driven, loyal to Bryony.


SEASON DATES:
27th September to 7th October 2018, including matinees' on Sunday 30th Sept. & Sunday 7th October at 2:00pm, and a Charity Performance on Thursday 27th September.


Christine is a well-known director in Community Theatre who has a passion for directing plays with strong roles for women. This will be a fun ensemble production and plays with no interval, with the cast onstage the entire play.

CONTACT:
For further information please contact the director, Christine Ellis on
  0430 494 924