Dates for reading and casting the next production, Austensibility, are going to be on Monday 8th May at the Victoria Hotel and Wednesday 10th May at Sunninghill hall.
You can attend one or the other, or even both if you fell like it. Even if you don’t want a part, (or unlucky enough to get a part this time around) we will still need crew for costumes, props, stage management, etc.
Remember also we have our last performance of “Was He Anyone?” at Martinstown on 6th May as well. Going to be a busy week….
It’s quite a change this, split performance dates.
While there is the hassle of building and striking the set in two very different performance spaces, it does mean we get a chance to show everyone some pics from the first lot of performances in time to try to persuade you all to come to the next lot.
It also means that we get to see a review while the play is going on, rather than when we are thinking about the next one:-
Dorset Evening Echo Review – Marion Cox
However, before you peruse a few photos of the performances in the Town Hall, we are looking ahead to the next production already, Austensibility – a performance based on her life & writings. Devised by Alan Richardson, marking the 200 year anniversary of Jane Austen’s death.
Wednesday 26th April 7.30p.m
Sunninghill Community Hall
Play Reading of potential Summer Production in July 2017
“Austensibility” – a Rehearsed Reading/Play about the Life and Works Jane Austen
2017 is the Bicentenary of her death.
There hopefully will be another chance to read it on the 8th May. Keep an eye on the website, facebook etc for the venue and details about castings.
Was He Anyone?