Walpole Players casting ‘Tourists Accommodated’
WALPOLE. N.H. -- The Walpole Players are holding auditions for "Tourtists Accommodated," a play "based on some scenes from present-day summer life in Vermont," written around 1930 by Dorothy Canfield Fisher "out of experiences, cheerful and otherwise, of her neighbors in the north district of Arlington, Vermont."
In this gentle comedy, the audience finds a Vermont family taking in summer tourists to raise money to send their daughter to teaching college.
Auditions will be held Friday, March 1, at 6:30 p.m., and Saturday, March 2, at 2 p.m., at the Walpole Town Hall.
Rehearsals for the show, which will be presented the first two weekends in May, will begin on March 10. The cast includes seven males and 12 females.
Because most scenes are short, rehearsals will be arranged to minimize mandatory attendance until the last month or so before the curtain goes up in May. If you cannot make either of the audition times, or have any additional questions, visit www.thewalpoleplayers.org, e-mail email@example.com or call Ray at 603-756-4545.
for ‘Twelfth Night’
BRATTLEBORO -- The Vermont Theatre Company announces auditions for its 24th annual Shakespeare-in-the-Park production, Shakespeare’s romantic comedy "Twelfth Night,"
Interested actors should arrive with a prepared comic Shakespearean monologue and enter through the auditorium doors. Anyone unable to attend this audition date may contact the director at 802-254-4636 to arrange for another audition appointment.
Available roles include: Orsino, the Duke of Illyria, a romantic, poetic soul, obsessed with gaining the love of Lady Olivia, unaware that he himself has a secret admirer; Viola: secret admirer of Orsino, disguised as a man named Cesario; Lady Olivia, countess of high social standing and great beauty, in love with"Cesario"; Sebastian, Viola’s twin brother; Antonio, a sea captain friend of Sebastian; Sir Toby Belch, Olivia’s uncle, full of mischief, fun, and "drink"; Sir Andrew Aguecheek, drinking partner of Sir Toby, a simple innocent; Malvolio, Lady Olivia’s intense and puritanical steward, sees himself in a grandiose light, imaging Olivia to love him and wishing to be more than his current rank; Maria, Olivia’s lady-in-waiting, in love with Sir Toby; Feste the "clown" servant to Olivia, a wise "fool" (must sing and play guitar); Fabian, servant to Lady Olivia; Valentine, gentleman attending the Duke; Curio, gentleman attending the Duke.