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Murder on the Nile



Directed by Wendy Gallo



​​​​​​​AUDITIONS - Sunday and Monday
July 28th and 29th at 7:00 pm
Performance dates are September 20th - October 6th
Rehearsals begin August 5th


Please bring a head-shot and resume
Sides will be provided

SYNOPSIS


It’s the 1940s. Kay Ridgeway is cruising on the River Nile on the paddle steamer Lotus. Kay has led a charmed life. Blessed with beauty, enormous wealth, and a new husband, she embarks on a honeymoon voyage down the Nile. Fatal circumstances await when the idyllic surroundings are shattered by a shocking and brutal murder. Under scrutiny is a multitude of memorable passengers, all with a reason to kill. The tension and claustrophobia builds, as a shocking and audacious conspiracy is laid bare.
             

Cast Descriptions

Miss FFoliot-FFoulkes – British Accent – 60’s-70’s, snobbish and Bad-tempered

Christina – British Accent – Miss FFoliot-FFoulkes Niece – 20’s-40’s, Nice, Sensible with an Equable Temper

Smith – British Accent – 30’s-40’s – Well-educated and Well-spoken, but is dirty-looking and wants to appear more common

Louise – French Accent – 20’s-30’s – Attractive Maid to Kay Mostyn – Makes you think she is hiding something

Dr Bessner – Hungarian (or, similar) Accent – Middle-aged, Stout Man

Kay Mostyn – British Accent – Married to Simon – Mid 20’s-Early 30’s – Beautiful, Tall (not required), Wealthy, Educated, Born to Command

Simon Mostyn – British Accent – Married to Kay - Late 20’s/Early 30’s – Good Tempered, Easy Going

Jacqueline de Severac – British Accent – Former Best Friend to Kay – Mid-to-Late 20’s – Cool, Composed and Looks Amused with Life

The Nubian Steward – Arabic Accent – Any Age – Always Smiling and Amiable – Understands Little of the English-Speaking Passengers

Canon Pennefeather – British Accent – Middle-aged – Large, Imposing Cleric

Bead Seller #1/Ship Manager McNaught – Arabic AND British Accent – Will Play Two Roles – The Bead Seller at the beginning and McNaught towards the end

Bead Seller #2/Police Officer – Arabic AND British Accent – Will Play Two Roles – The Bead Seller at the beginning and the Police Officer towards the e






Sherlock Holmes

Here There Be Dragons




Directed by Dan Blackley



​​​​​​​AUDITIONS - Sunday and Monday
August 25th and 26th at 7:00 pm
Performance dates are: October 18th- November 3rd
Rehearsals begin August 27th

Please bring a head-shot and resume
Sides will be provided

SYNOPSIS

In 1880's London, there are gruesome killings about. The police are baffled. Inspector Lestrade turns to the one man who could help. Sherlock Holmes. From the Bowery to the seat of Parliament, Holmes tries to catch this killer before more bloodshed can be spilled. Join Holmes, Watson, and Lestrade as they try to find this killer in one of the most horrific cases of the Great Detective's career. A World Premiere play written by the author of Robin Hood and The Curse of Capistrano.
             

Cast Descriptions

Sherlock Holmes – The Great Detective. 30's-50's

Dr. John Watson – Doctor and companion of Sherlock, 30's- 50's

Inspector Lestrade – Inspector from Scotland Yard 40-50's

Mrs. Hudson – Runs the household of Holmes and Watson 40's-60's

Mycroft Holmes – Sherlock's older brother 40's to 60's

Bobbie/Barker – Policeman and Barker for Tavern, Plays two roles

Annie/Kate – Prostitute and Singer in Tavern plays two roles and sings

Nellie – Prostitute of London 20's-30's

Polly/Waitress – Prostitute of London and Waitress at tavern, plays two roles

Carew MP/ George – Minister of Parliament and Worker of Parliament, plays two roles

Dr. Adam Fisher – Doctor who worked with Watson in Afghan

Charles Van Houton  – Local Pimp, Cockney accent

Servant

Citizens of London
             
All roles have English Accents.



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