by Noel Coward
Directed by:Kerri Norris for The Royal Canadian Theatre Company
Location(s):New Westminster & Surrey
Runs New Westminster:October 14 - Dress Rehearsal
October 15 - 17
October 17 matinee to be confirmed
Runs Surrey:October 21 Dress Rehearsal
October 22 - 23
Rehearsals: August 18th - ... at The Studio, 10660 City Parkway, Surrey
Sat daytime &
Weds evenings to mid-September.
Mid-September to show opening, Sunday evenings will be added to the schedule.
Tech week schedule TBD
Callbacks:August 9 th
(Only those invited to call-backs will be contacted.)
Auditions:Auditions by recorded submission by August 7th
ONE contemporary, comedic monologue no more than 2 minutes in length.
Deadline:Please submit by 2021-AUG-07
Application:eMail your complete bio, headshots and video to our mailbox above on or before the deadline.
Payment:paid, non-union
NOTE:Professional level RP English accents required.
The roles of Charles Condomine and Madame Arcati have been cast.
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CHARLES CONDOMINE...has already been cast!
MADAME ARCATI...has already been cast!
female identifying
*RP British Accent required
Ruth is the wife of Charles. She is very matter of fact and practical but also has an air of sophistication. She is a bit jealous of Charles’s relationship with his previous wife Elvira, who is deceased.
(40s-60s)*RP British Accent required
Dr. Bradman is a friend of Charles and Ruth. He is the doctor in the area, well educated and could be played as a contemporary of Charles or a bit older.
MRS. BRADMAN(40s-60s)
female identifying
*RP British Accent required
Mrs. Bradman is the wife of Dr. Bradman and a friend of Charles and Ruth. She is sweet, naive and a bit excitable. She’d like Ruth to see her as sophisticated but isn’t very good at pulling it off.
female identifying
*RP British Accent required
The ghost of Charles’s first wife who died seven years ago. She is vivacious, energetic and mischievous. She has a goal and is determined to get what she wants.
female identifying
*RP British Accent required - could be any regional/county dialect
New to the job, Edith is always in a hurry to get things done. This makes her clumsy and awkward. Lots of opportunities for physical comedy.

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