Liverpool Network Theatre are re-casting the part of Quincey Morris in Dracula. Performance dates are 19th-21st March with tech day on 18th. Rehearsals are currently twice a week (Mondays and Thursdays) but there will be a couple of weekend sessions. Male actor, mid twenties, must be able to do American accent and commit to all rehearsals. Please contact me on email@example.com for more details.
Make sure you have your seat for a chilling evening….
When Jonathan Harker visits Transylvania to conclude a land transaction with the
mysterious Count Dracula he makes horrifying discoveries about the Count which threaten the safety of everyone he holds dear back in England. This ultimately leads to a nightmarish struggle to survive.
Adapted by Faye Christiansen. Directed by Elaine Stewart and performed by an ensemble cast we present a dark, sensual, spine-tingling dramatization of one of the greatest horror stories ever told….The ‘MASTER’ is coming!
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The 2015 Summer Production will be Easy Virtue directed by Lauren Steele.
The 2015 Autumn Production will be Hobson’s Choice directed by Mike Sanders.
Please keep an eye out for further details and audition dates.
If you’re already missing the summer and Network’s outdoor japes in parks, lovely houses and libraries, why not help us pick our summer play for 2015? What we’re looking for is a comedy that will pull in the crowds and give the cast the chance to sweat it out (or get very wet) in fabulous period costumes. If you have a favourite play by Shakespeare or his contemporaries, right up to Oscar Wilde and just nudging the 20th century, we’d like to know and if you like a play that we’ve already performed, don’t despair; we’re happy to consider repeats if they were a few years ago. Keep in mind, though, that we are helpless thespians and want to wear corsets. And that’s just the men… You’ve got until the Christmas break to come up with ideas so feel free to chat with any of the committee members if you’ve any questions, and we’d love to hear from prospective directors too. Looking forward to hearing your exciting ideas!
Just a quick note to remind everyone that tomorrow’s (Tuesday 23rd) workshop is NOT in the usual Hope Street location but is instead In Performers Theatre School on Vernon Street, around the corner from Moorfields Station. Below is a handy map; basically if you find the Vernon Arms it’s the tall red brick building down that side road, and there’s a bell to ring. In a change from the advertised schedule I’ll be running the session tomorrow so be warned: there will be socks. It’s the usual time of 7pm, see you there!
Doors open from 7:15pm, the quiz itself starts at 8pm. Entry will be £3/£2 concessions, and all are welcome, whether a Network veteran, virgin or just viewer. See you there!