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The details for the next play audition is as follows:

Season's Greetings by Alan Ayckbourn

Audition Date: Monday 22 August 2022 - 7.30pm
Venue: Seaford Little Theatre
Production dates: 2 - 10 December 2022

Director: Garry Fowler

One of Ayckbourn’s best loved plays and a terrific choice for our Christmas production. Set in an average suburban house this is the tale of the night before Christmas - when various house guests arrive - and the subsequent three days. Never was the old saying more true: “Visitors are like fish. After three days they begin to smell!” The Christmas Eve debacle leads on to more resentments and difficulties as lives are unpicked in the most brilliant, insightful way. A really great start to your festivities.

There will be a play-reading the week before (see below) so scripts will not be available until after that date. If you would like to know more about the play or any of the characters please call or email me.


CAST OF CHARACTERS (all ages are relative)
NEVILLE

BELINDA his wife
HARVEY his uncle
PHYLLIS his sister
BERNARD Phyllis' husband
RACHEL Belinda's sister
CLIVE Rachel's boyfriend
EDDIE Neville's friend
PATTY Eddie's wife

Scripts will be available from Garry on 07803 294626

Rehearsals will normally be on Tuesdays & Thursdays. A full rehearsal schedule will be available in due course.

If you are interested but unable to attend the audition date, please contact me so that I can arrange an alternative. If you are able to help behind the scenes, I would also be very pleased to hear from you.

Garry Fowler

TELEPHONE: 07803 294626 

EMAIL: garryf1505@sky.com

PLAY READING MONDAY 15 AUGUST - SEAFORD LITTLE THEATRE - 7.30PM

I have arranged a play reading evening specifically for those who are interested in coming along to read in or listen to Season's Greetings by Alan Ayckbourn.

For more information about the play and the characters please see this audition page.
All who attend who want to read in will get an opportunity to do so.

I look forward to seeing you on that evening.
Thank you
Garry Fowler