Angel by Kevin Dyer
Directed by Ruth Cooper
Designed by Bek Palmer
Produced by Miranda Thain
A story of an unusual friendship for audiences of 10 years and above
Production Company Theatre Hullabaloo (based at Darlington Arts Centre)
Auditions 12th September (Leeds) & 26th September (London)
Rehearsals 17th – 22nd October 2011 & 6th – 23rd February 2012
Previews 24th & 25th February 2012 (Darlington Arts Centre)
National Tour 27th February – 31st March 2012
Theatre Hullabaloo is a pioneering theatre company creating quality work for young audiences. We believe that children and young people have an entitlement to access theatre of the highest quality and greatest artistic challenge, so we collaborate with artists working at the forefront of their artform, developing ideas with young people, to create excellent and inventive theatre.
We are currently casting for our Spring touring production of Angel by Kevin Dyer:
One Female Actor to play: MIRIAM
A highly-skilled performer is required to play Miriam an energetic, witty and playful woman in her late 60s/70s. Miriam has trouble remembering things.
One Female Actor to play : BILL
A sensitive performer is required for the role of Bill, a feisty and thoughtful tomboy teenager.
Playing age: 12 – 14 years.
One Male Actor to play: LEWIE
Actor to play Lewie, an elderly man in a residential care home. Until the climax of the play the audience are not sure how alert Lewie is.
Theatre Hullabaloo is an ITC Approved Manager and all fees, subsistence etc are in line with ITC / Equity agreements. Rehearsals take place at Darlington Arts Centre. Darlington is company base for the duration of the national tour. All touring teams at are CRB checked as part of normal employment procedure.
Theatre Hullabaloo is an equal opportunities organisation.
Please send a CV and photograph by Friday 26th August to:
Darlington Arts Centre
If you have specific questions about the project, please contact
Theatre Hullabaloo is an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation.
Posted by Maya Chowdhry, Thursday 4th August, 2011