When I Was Five by Jeff Baron
Director: Brett Turner
Season dates: 20 April to 6 May 2017
Sunday 12 February from 12pm; Monday 13 February from 7.30 pm
Venue: 2-4 Albert Street, Williamstown 3016
For enquiries and to make audition appointment, please contact the director Brett Turner: firstname.lastname@example.org
A humorous, emotional journey of discovery and self acceptance. Will, a screenwriter in his 30s, goes to see Ellen, a slightly unconventional therapist, to figure out why he’s never had a successful relationship. She helps him realise that he’s never really dealt with a childhood tragedy. Using a creative technique, she shows Will the way this affected him as a boy, and unlocks barriers that help him see a better future.
From the author of the acclaimed Visiting Mr Green, an Australian premiere.
All require East Coast American accent
** Note: . It is a requirement that everyone involved with this production must obtain a Working With Children Check. Our organisation is committed to child safety. We have zero tolerance of child abuse.
WILL: mid-late 30’s
Screenwriter, can come across as neurotic and self obsessed. Not good with confrontation. Has difficulty forming relationships with others
Therapist. Comes across as cool, collected, self assured – almost cold – but has her own demons to contend with.
Will when he was a child.