Audition for a role

Two theatre companies holding auditions this weekend for Surrey stage productions.

Performers of all ages are invited to audition for two Surrey productions that will take the stage later this year.

One is Surrey Little Theatre’s fall production. Auditions are scheduled for June 22 at 2 p.m. and June 23 at 7 p.m. The Cloverdale-based company will present the A.R. Gurney play Sylvia in October and November.

Roles to be filled include:

• Sylvia – female, 20 to 39 years old;

• Greg – male, 45 to 60;

• Kate – Female, 45 to 60, married to Greg;

• Tom – male dog owner, 40 to 60;

• Phyllis – female friend of Kate, 40 to 60;

• Leslie – female marriage counsellor, 40 to 60.

For questions or more information about the characters, contact stage manager Cathe Busswood at mikbus@telus.net

Sylvia will be staged Oct. 23 to Nov. 15. Surrey Little Theatre is located at 7027 184 St.

The Royal Canadian Theatre Company is also auditioning for roles in its pantomime production of Sleeping Beauty.

Auditions will be held June 22 from 1:45 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Newton Cultural Centre,  13530 72 Ave., with call backs July 6.

Singers, dancers and actors required for the show, which will run Dec. 19-28 at the Surrey Arts Centre and Jan. 2-3 at the ACT Theatre in Maple Ridge.

Rehearsals will begin on weekends beginning in September. The production is non-equity and open to all.

Email pm@rctheatreco.com to book an audition time and specify if you are a singer, dancer, actor or any combination thereof.

 

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