Taking part in a production is a great opportunity. Whether on stage or behind the scenes you work in a team to create a performance for an audience to enjoy. There’s fun and enjoyment as part of that team too -
You don’t need to be a member to audition for one of our shows -
If you audition but don’t get cast, we encourage you to help behind the scenes in some capacity.
Learning the Role and Rehearsing
You will be expected to commit to learning your role in your own time and at rehearsals with others. The role includes the characterisations, actions, and cueing with sound and lighting effects, as well as the lines.
Rehearsals will be scheduled to best suit the production and the participants. Typically this will be two evenings a week, with some weekend days. You will be expected to turn up to all rehearsals you are called for, and be ready to start at the scheduled time.
Any absences will need to be agreed with the director. You will be asked at audition for any non-
We expect the whole team (cast, creatives, backstage, front of house etc.) to work together to produce the best show and best experience for everyone, to be supportive and helpful to one another. This means that as well as your role, you may be asked to help with other things, like finding costume or props for example, or helping with set changes.
You will definitely be expected to take part in publicising, promoting and “selling” the show to your family, friends, neighbours and colleagues. We provide the publicity material (such as posters, flyers, social media posts) and an online and telephone booking system to use. You will be expected to appear in photos and videos of the show.
After the Production
After the last night, and the ‘get-
Once the show is all over, it’s not the end for the team -
Taking Part in a Production