PTG’s first show for 2010 will be that classic comedy farce by Oscar Wilde, “The Importance Of Being Earnest”.
It’s been performed many times since first written and even developed into a feature movie, and still entertaining after all these years.
Onstage, the director is looking for 5 males and 4 females, and even brand new people have gotten lead roles in past years when they showed potential.
If you think it might be fun, people should call the Director, Leanne on 4681 8119 and get involved.
Shows need those able to be onstage, and we need volunteers behind the scenes as well
Please call Leanne beforehand or even if you miss the auditions but want to know if there are still vacancies.
Friday evening 6pm auditions 19th Feb 2010 in Picton NSW.
Jack - 25-30 yrs
Algy - 23-28 yrs
Gwendolyn - Early 20s Young lady of the city
Cecily - 18 yrs old Young lady of the country, Jack`s ward
Lady Bracknell – 45-50 yrs Gwendolym`s mother, Algy`s aunt
Miss Prism - 45-60 yrs Cecily`s governess
Rev. Canon Chasuble - 40-60yrs Local country vicar
Merriman – Butler any age, Algy`s butler
Lane – Manservant any age, Jack`s servant at the country estate
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