Peridot Theatre Company – Mt Waverley
Audition: 21 July 2013 7.00pm
The Unicorn Theatre,
Mt Waverley Secondary College
Peridot Theatre is looking for actors interested in the following roles for our production of “Easy Virtue”.
Larita: needs to look fortyish. Sophisticated, glamorous, warm personality. A large role.
Mrs Whittaker: upper class matriarch. Strong delivery required. Mid fifty.
Marion Whittaker: late 20s. Strong personality. Slightly mannish.
Hilda Whittaker: needs to look 18. Natural and personable.
Sarah Hurst: early 20s. Attractive. No nonsense.
Mrs Hurst: 50 plus. Small role. Upper class matron
Mrs Phillips: 50 plus. Small role. A busybody. Upper class matron.
Colonel Whittaker: ex army. Warm. Charming. 50 plus.
John Whittaker: needs to look early 20s. An attractive young man. Spoilt but personable. A large role.
Charles Burleigh: needs to look fortyish. Attractive. Poised. Needs to convey a somewhat “romantic” personality.
Furber: a butler. Mature. A small but important role.
Several male and female non speaking roles required.
English accents required but not exaggerated!
Season Dates – 8-23 November.
Enquiries to the director – Horrie Leek – 9808 8438 or 0412 474 255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“Easy Virtue” by Noel Coward
Directed by : Horrie Leek.
“When the only son of a wealthy English family returns to the country estate with a woman he married while on the continent, the family are scandalised believing that she fails to measure up to their standards in every way. Noel Coward’s witting satire examines the manners and morals of English society in the 1920′s.”