Date of Auditions:
Tuesday, November 17th , 2015 from 3pm to 7pm
Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 from 2pm to 5pm
North Carolina Stage Company
15 Stage Lane
Asheville, NC 28801
email email@example.com or call 828-239-0263 between noon and 5pm Monday through Friday (email preferred)
Charlie Flynn-McIver, Artistic Director
Angie Flynn-McIver , Producing Director
Non-union actors/singers for our upcoming production of “Jeeves Interveens” and “All Is Calm, The Christmas Truce of 1914”
By Margaret Raether
Rehearses 01/05/16, previews 01/27/16, opens 01/30/16, closes 02/21/16
Rehearsals are are generally 5 to 7 hours per day, 6 days per week, not exceeding 30 hours in a week
Performances are Wednesday through Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2
Agatha Spencer Gregson
50s-60s. Bertie’s aunt. A terrifying representative of the type of very opinionated English matriarch who can run an enormous household, meddle in her nephew’s life, and shoot partridges, probably all at the same time. Impatient with what she sees as Bertie’s spinelessness and unwillingness to settle down.
20s-30s. Agatha’s top pick for Bertie’s future wife. A strong woman within the social structure of the time. An intellect and self proclaimed “Molder” of men. Recognizes the potential of Bertie as husband material.
Sir Rupert Watlington
60s-70s. Eustace’s uncle and providor of his allowance. Gruff, former military in the grand British tradition.
Actors will be given sides from the show to prepare for auditions upon confirmation of appointment.
Sides will also be provided at the auditions.
ALL IS CALM, THE CHRISTMAS TRUCE OF 1914
by Peter Rothstein
Rehearses 11/23/15, previews 12/9/15, opens 12/12/15, closes 12/27/15
Performances are : 12/9/15 – 7:30, 12/10/15 – 7:30, 12/11/15 – 7:30, 12/12/15 – 7:30, 12/13/15 – 2pm
12/16/15 – 7:30, 12/17/15 – NO SHOW, 12/18/15 – 7:30, 12/19/15 – 2pm and 7:30, 12/20/15 – 2pm
12/22/15 – 7:30, 12/23/15 – 7:30, 12/24/15 – NO SHOW, 12/25/15 – NO SHOW, 12/26/15 – 2pm, 7:30 12/27/15 – 2pm
Tenor for the male singing ensemble. E-flat below middle C to high B-flat above middle C. Has a featured moment as a famous Paris Opera singer who is serving in WWI
Please prepare one song of your choice to be sung a cappella as well as O Holy Night in French. Music will be provided for O Holy Night upon confirmation of audition appointment.
Bring picture and resume.
Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend.