2 0 2 0 - T H E T A M I N G O F T H E S H R E W
Wednesday xx - Saturday xx June 2021
7.30 p.m. (and a 3 p.m. Saturday matinee)
A U D I T I O N I N F O R M A T I O N
Date/Time: Saturday 1st February 2020
at 10 a.m. (till 1 p.m.)
Please arrive promptly.
Venue: The Drama Studio at Walthamstow School for Girls', Walthamstow, E17 9RZ
(Church Hill, main entrance)
The Greek Theatre Players 2021 Production will be:
'The Taming of the Shrew'.
Dir: Mark Greenall
Key dates (Provisional - to be confirmed nearer the time):
Dress rehearsal: Sat xx June (10am - 6pm)
Copped Hall (Performance): Sun xx June (10am - 6pm)
Dress rehearsal: Mon xx June (7 - 10pm)
however, please note there is also likely to be a planned abridged matinee performance for the pupils (during the daytime, around 2pm)
Performances: Wed xx to Sat xx June
(performances at 7.30pm, including a Saturday Matinee at 3pm)
(You MUST be available for all of the above)
Regular rehearsals will be Saturday mornings 10am - 1pm.
First rehearsal will be on Saturday 15th February 2020 (at Walthamstow School for Girls)
If you wish to be involved but cannot attend the audition, please contact Mark Greenall at: email@example.com
Please note that the parts of Petruchio and Kate have been pre-cast.
All other parts are available. Gender-swapping will be considered (e.g. for roles such as the Lord in the Induction and Lucentio's servant Biondello).
It would be helpful if, ahead of the audition, you contacted Mark Greenall at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you know for which parts you would be interested in reading, although this is just for awareness.
It will be a relaxed and informal morning, looking at a few scenes. There will be a breakout area for when you are not involved in a particular section.
Various scenes will be read, and the following will definitely be looked at:
1.1 - Arrival of Lucentio and the suitors bothering Baptista, Kate and Bianca
3.1 - The Latin and Music Lesson
5.1 - The Pedant et al versus Vincentio
Any questions? Please contact:
"If I be waspish,
best beware my sting"