May 302017
 

‘Daylight Saving’ by Nick Enright. Directed by Tony Woollams. Produced by Liverpool Performing Arts Ensemble
Synopsis
• The play is set in a house overlooking Pittwater, north of Sydney, over two weekends in March in the late 80s. The second weekend the clocks are set back one hour as daylight saving ends.
Flick is a successful restaurateur trying to cope with a ‘gay chef’ crisis. Her husband Tom will be absent on their wedding anniversary managing a young neurotic tennis pro, Jason. Jason is having trouble with his psychic. Josh, an ex-boyfriend of Flick’s , is in town and gets an invitation to dinner. A stressed neighbour, Stephanie, keeps dropping in. Bunty, Flick’s nosy mother, is being difficult to get out of the house.

This is a cold read audition.
Audition & Rehearsal Schedule
• Auditions: Antegra Estate
Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June, 10.00am – 4.00pm
• Call backs:
Tuesday 20th and Thursday 22nd June.
• Rehearsals: June 27th – October 19th Tuesdays and Thursdays.
• Bump-in: October 22nd
• Tech dress and dress rehearsals:
October 23rd – 25th
• Performances Dates:
• OPENING NIGHT | Wednesday 25 October 8pm

• Thursday 26 October 11am & 8pm
• Friday 27 October, 8pm
Saturday 28 October 2pm & 8pm
• Call Tony Woollams for details 0407 403 757 and Audition Pack.
Roles
• Tom Finn – early 40s Successful jet setting businessman who manages a highly strung successful pro tennis player.
Felicity (Flick) Finn – Mid 30s to early 40s. A successful restauranteur who is witty sarcastic and a little disillusioned with her situation and relationship.
Josh, Flick’s ex-boyfriend – early 40s. Urban American on a speaking tour from his university in the States. He sees an interview that Felicity gives and makes contact. He wants to rekindle their early relationship.
Bunty, Flick’s mother – 60ish. A stereotype North Shore widow.
Stephanie, the next door neighbour – over 30. A somewhat scatty confidant of Felicity’s. Always turning up at the wrong moment.
Jason Strutt, tennis pro – early 20s. Highly strung sports star who thinks he can’t do without Tom’s management.
These ages are indicative only

Type of production
Play

Company Name and Suburb
Liverpool Performing Arts Ensemble

State
New South Wales