May 25 @ 7:00 pm – May 27 @ 10:00 pm

Auditions: 25 May @7:30 to 10:00 p.m., 26 May @ 7:30 to 10:00 p.m.
Author: William Shakespeare
Director: Roderick Chappel
Antonio, a prosperous merchant of Venice in the sixteenth century, is approached by
his old friend Bassanio for a loan. Bassanio wishes to present himself in style and
travel to Belmont, in order to woo Portia, a young and beautiful heiress. Antonio’s
fortune is currently tied up in his trading ships, and he does not have the required
funds in hand. However, he agrees to act as guarantor, if Bassanio can borrow the
money elsewhere. Bassanio approaches Shylock, a Jewish moneylender. Shylock
hates Antonio, who has always treated him with contempt because he is Jewish, and
because he charges interest on money that he lends. However, Shylock agrees to loan
Bassanio 3000 ducats, to be repaid in three months. Pretending that it is a mere jest,
he specifies that the penalty for failure to pay on time will be a pound of Antonio’s
flesh, cut from his breast. Confident that his ships will return to Venice in good time
so that the debt can be repaid, Antonio accepts this condition for the bond.
Shylock’s daughter Jessica elopes with Lorenzo, fleeing her father’s house with much
of her father’s money, with the intention of becoming a Christian. Shylock is furious
at the loss of both his daughter and his ducats.
Under the terms of her late father’s will, no suitor may marry Portia unless they
choose correctly between three caskets, made respectively of gold, silver and lead.
Portia complains to Nerissa, her maid and confidant, about her lack of freedom to
make her own choice of husband. Unsuccessful suitors choose wrongly, and go
disappointed away. Bassanio, with his young friend Gratiano, sails to Belmont, where
Bassanio chooses the correct casket, to Portia’s delight. Portia and Bassanio prepare
to marry, as do Nerissa and Gratiano.
News comes to Belmont that Antonio’s ships have been unexpectedly delayed; he
cannot repay the loan on time, and Shylock will demand his pound of flesh at the
Duke of Venice’s court. Portia and Nerissa disguise themselves as men – a learned
lawyer and her clerk – and travel to Venice, where Portia uses brilliant legal argument
to confound Shylock’s malicious intentions, and save Antonio’s life.
After the trial Portia and Nerissa, still disguised, will accept no payment, but each
asks only for a ring which she has given her husband, who has sworn never to part
with it. Bassanio and Gratiano very reluctantly give the lawyer and clerk these
precious rings. Portia and Nerissa later have fun upbraiding their husbands for giving
away the rings, before the deception is revealed and all ends happily.
Audition Dates and Times:
Monday 25 May, 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Tuesday 26 May, 7:30 to 10 p.m.


Characters Summary:
10-13 M
3-6 F
20 to 29 August 2020

The Merchant of Venice is one of Shakespeare’s best loved plays. This production is
to be set in the original sixteenth century, with period costumes.
The play has approximately 23 named characters, and 11 major roles (with dialogue
in between 5 and 9 of the 20 scenes) need to be played by individual actors. Five
other characters are significant but appear in only one or two of the scenes, and it
would be possible for one actor to play more than of these roles. Two roles that are
nominally male could be played by either a man or a woman. The full cast may
number about 15 or 16, including between 3 and 6 women, depending on the outcome
of the auditions.
Auditions will be open, reading from sections of the script, and there is no
requirement to learn or prepare anything in advance. It will be of assistance if
candidates who have auditioned remain at their audition session to read against other
If you wish to audition, but are unable to make the above-mentioned dates, please get
in touch as we may be able to accommodate other dates.
Please ring or email the Director to book into one of the audition sessions, or with any
questions. Audition pieces can be emailed on request. The script, which has been
trimmed somewhat, can also be emailed on request.


Characters for individual actors:
Antonio (M), the Merchant of Venice. Age flexible, mature personality, serious and
good natured.
Salarino (M or F), Antonio’s friend. Age flexible.
Salanio (M or F), Antonio’s friend. Age flexible.


Portia (F), a young heiress. The largest role in the play: confident, articulate,
passionate, bold, creative and fun-loving.
Nerissa (F), Portia’s young maid, and trusted companion. She is lively and confident,
and a tease.
Bassanio (M), Antonio’s good friend, young to early middle aged. Positive,
forthright and outgoing. He woos and marries Portia.
Gratiano (M), youthful, eloquent, and playful. He marries Nerissa.
Shylock (M), A Jewish money lender, middle aged or older. The largest

Universal Parks & Resorts 2020 Global Auditions
Jul 13 – Aug 4 all-day
Universal Parks & Resorts 2020 Global Auditions

Universal Parks & Resorts Global Auditions
Double the roles – Double the opportunities

This year, Universal Beijing Resort and Universal Studios Japan are combining their auditions to fill roles within both parks. 2021 is the exciting inaugural year for the brand new UBR, while USJ will be celebrating its 20th anniversary! Both parks are seeking talented professionals with a vast range of performance skills to fill a variety= of international positions including:

 Male and Female Actors
 Dancers who Sing Well
 Singers who Move Well
 Female Ballet Dancers
 Stunt Performers

Contracts are up to 13 months in length and begin in 2021. Attractive performance compensation
packages are available to performers we hire, as well as other great benefits including:

 Quarterly and Completion Bonuses
 Paid round trip airfares
 Free, single accommodation
 A daily per diem (living allowance)
 Transport to and from work
 Gym access
 Medical and/or travel insurance

Visit to see all available roles and register for an online

We look forward to seeing you!

Jul 24 – Jul 26 all-day






13 week Rehearsal Process

Industry Professionals run our Workshops




AUDITIONS (may be held online in the event that further COVID 19 restrictions take place)

The Dancehouse, North Carlton


Saturday 25th July, Sunday 26th July – individual auditions

Sunday 26th July @ 6pm – CALLBACKS




13 week training course with 4 performances Thursday 29th October, Friday 30th October, Saturday 31st October (2 shows on Halloween!).  Cost $550 per person.


Rehearsals Schedule: (rehearsals currently scheduled at The Dancehouse, North Carlton but may move online if further COVID 19 restrictions take place)


Week 1

Wednesday 5th August

6pm – 9pm

Sunday 9th August

3pm – 8pm

Week 2

Wednesday 12th August

6pm – 9pm

Week 3

Wednesday 19th August

6pm – 8pm

Sunday 23rd August

3pm – 8pm

Week 4

Wednesday 26th August

6pm – 8pm

Week 5

Wednesday 2nd September

6pm – 8pm

Sunday 6th September

3pm – 8pm

Week 6

Wednesday 9th September

6pm – 8pm

Sunday 13th September

3pm – 8pm

Week 7

Wednesday 16th September

6pm – 8pm

Sunday 20th September

3pm – 8pm

Week 8

School Holidays

Monday 21st September

6pm – 9pm

School Holidays

Tuesday 22nd September

6pm – 9pm

School Holidays

Wednesday 23rd September

6pm – 8pm

Sunday 27th September

3pm – 8pm

Week 9

Wednesday 30th September

6pm – 8pm

Week 10

Wednesday 7th October

6pm – 9pm

Week 11

Wednesday 14th October

6pm – 8pm

Saturday 17th October

3pm – 8pm

Sunday 18th October

3pm – 8pm

Week 12

Wednesday 21st October

6pm – 8pm

Saturday 24th October

3pm – 8pm

Sunday 25th October

3pm – 8pm

Week 13

Show Week

Monday 26th October

Tuesday 27th October

Wednesday 28th October

Thursday 29th October

Friday 30th October

Saturday 31st October


GOMEZ ADDAMS stage age 35 – 55 – A man of Spanish descent, who adores his wife, takes great pride in his children, and is immensely proud to be an Addams; caught between his daughter and his wife he feels completely trapped and unable to make either happy, which is his greatest joy; must have great comedic timing, move well, and strong tenor vocals. Fencing skills a plus. Bflat2-G4

MORTICIA ADDAMS stage age 35 – 55 – Beautiful, leggy, the real head of the family and the critical and moving force behind it; easy comedic actress with a sexy, dry wit; feels her husband is hiding something from her and will use any tactic to lure the secret out; a strong dancer with alto/mezzo soprano vocals. G3-Bflat5

UNCLE FESTER stage age 30 – 50 – Serves as the musicals narrator; child-like, hugely enthusiastic and totally incorrigible; a vaudevillian, needs strong comedy and tenor vocals. C3-C5

GRANDMA stage age 102 – Fun and quirky, but don’t mess with Grandma; comedic actress with strong character vocals. G4-F5

WEDNESDAY ADDAMS stage age 18 – Gothic, alluring, witty with a terrifically dry sense of humor; just wants her family to be “normal” for one night to meet the parents of the boy she’s fallen in love with; strong pop belt vocals. Preferably seeking actresses 5’4 & under for this role. A3-E5

PUGSLEY ADDAMS stage age 12 – A charming, funny, husky boy who loves being tortured by his sister; he wants to ensure he won’t lose his sister to her new boyfriend so he takes matters into his own hands; strong, high vocals. Voice not yet changed. 5′ max height requirement.

LURCH stage age 25 – 50 – Seeking actors at least 6’1 – the taller the better; a man of very, very few words, often spoken at half speed; most of what he utters is long, plaintive groans, some tinged with irony or exasperation; must have true low bass vocals. Eflat2-E4

MAL BEINEKE stage age 45 – 55 – Stuffy father of 19 year old Lucas and exasperated husband to his rhyming wife, Alice; thinks the Addams’ are beyond strange and does not want to spend time having dinner with them, much less be related; musical theater bari-tenor. C3-A4

ALICE BEINEKE stage age 40 – 50 – Mother of 19 year old Lucas, devoted to her family so she puts aside her own desires; while at the Addams Family dinner party, she drinks a potion that causes her to let her hair down and speak her truth; very strong comedic actress with soprano / high belt vocals. A flat3-G sharp5

LUCAS BEINEKE stage age 18 – 25 – Attractive, in shape young man; fell in love with Wednesday Addams and plans to marry her; experiences the youthful pain and drama of young love and struggles with the differences between his family and the Addams family; contemporary pop tenor vocals. C3-C5

THE ADDAMS ANCESTORS stage age 15+ – Confident performers who sing and have a fun, quirky sensibility. Should be able to hold tight harmonies.

DANCE TROUPE stage age 12+ – Featured dancers with strong musical theatre, and contemporary skills. Knowledge of tango and flamenco dancing a plus.

THING  – Strong speaking voice for announcements, great comedic timing. Will appear throughout the show.

IT – Small stature, confident dancer, fun loving.

be yourself –  build your individuality – develop your talents

The Addams Family @ Chapel Off Chapel is proudly produced by Wendy Samantha Productions


Jul 25 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Riverside Theatres Digital presents
Directed By Luke Joslin

Sunday 26 July at 5pm

Riverside Theatres Digital is thrilled to launch its second digital concert series with award winning
performer Todd McKenney.

An Evening with Todd McKenney will be showcasing the career that has made him a household
name, singing a selection of songs that shaped and inspired him. With a professional career spanning
40 years featuring roles across both stage and screen, including his most notable role of Peter Allen
in the Australian hit production of The Boy from Oz, roles in Cats, West Side Story, The Rocky Horror
Show and most recently seen stepping into the role of Lord Farquaad in the smash hit musical Shrek,
McKenney is truly one of Australia’s most versatile performing artists.

How You Can Access
Streaming live from Riverside Theatres into your home. This concert will be available once only on

Choose What You Pay Tickets
There are a number of payment choices for this concert. Please choose the one that best suits how
much you can support this event. Ticket prices start at $18 and you can select your price from the
dropdown box or enter your own amount. (Please note there is no transaction fee for this concert.)
You are welcome to share and watch the concert as a group or couple. But if you are going to share
the online version with your family or a group in your household, please consider that when
choosing your price.

Scoundrels: A Boylesque Musical
Jan 22 – Jan 31 all-day
Scoundrels: A Boylesque Musical

*Melbourne Based Applicants Only*

About the Company: Smoke and Mirrors is a new Melbourne based theatre company dedicated to creating,
developing and fostering new theatrical works. Self-declared as ‘Unashamedly Showy’, Smoke and Mirrors
Productions revels in all the bells and whistles, presenting theatre that is fun, entertaining and beautiful.

About the Show: On the back of the success of ‘Sugarbabies: A Boylesque Musical’, ‘Scoundrels’ is a brand
new boylesque revue that delves into a world of love, jealousy, betrayal, lust and infidelity- all those deadly
sins that we hold near and dear to our hearts. In a cabaret courtroom, the beautiful Ziegfeld Boys stand trial
for the various sins they have committed against one another. The show is a brilliant blend of old world
burlesque, musical theatre and clever comedy dipped in sensuality and dusted with sequins.
Songs include: ‘Mein Heir’, ‘Whatever Lola Wants’, ‘Cell Block Tango’, ‘Too Darn Hot’, ‘If (You Hadn’t but You
Did)’, ‘Let’s Be Bad’, ‘Mr. Monotony’, ‘Sisters’, ‘The Saga of Jenny’, ’By Myself’ and many more!


Midsumma Season: 29 th April – 2 nd May
Rehearsals will take place in the two weeks leading up to the season. Rehearsals will take place between
9am and 5pm, however, will be somewhat flexible and negotiated between performers and company.
What we are looking for: The Ziegfeld boys pay tribute to the golden age of Hollywood and Broadway whilst
deconstructing the traditional roles it defines, giving a fresh take on the genre. We are looking for strong
male singers who are good movers – dance training will be a big advantage. We are looking for performers
who are self-confident and willing to be a bit cheeky. We are actively seeking performers of colour for this
show. Performers of all vocal ranges are encouraged to apply.
*please note* performers will need to be comfortable being in underwear onstage

Audition Requirements:

Please prepare a self-tape singing a song in the style of Marilyn Monroe. Email to
[email protected] along with headshot and CV (we encourage you to film this full
body and show as much expressive movement as possible). Please submit by Sunday January 31 st .


Performers will receive a minimum honourarium of $500. Performers will receive additional remuneration
based on ticket sales.
Minimum payment to performer: $500
Maximum payment to performer: $2000

Tour Seasons:

We are planning to tour the show to other Australian cities. All flights and accommodation will be paid for in
addition to remuneration for performances. Performers who are able to tour will be looked upon favourably.

Jan 31 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

FREE pre-audition workshop 30 Jan 

1.30pm – 3pm 

Auditions 31 January 


Academy of Dance 

80 Waverley Road, Malvern East 

Get out your Pink Lady jackets and turn up the Jukebox, it’s time to revisit Rydell High in one of the best known music theatre shows for teenagers – Grease! Firehouse Theatre is proud to announce its first show for 2021 – a six week intensive short rehearsal season in March (rehearsals on Sundays) and shows on 16-17 April in Malvern East. 

Rehearse in the incredible new facilities in Academy of Dance, and perform in the adjacent 

Firehouse Theatre in this exciting opportunity to relaunch theatres in 2021. 



80 Waverley Road, Malvern East 

You MUST register at [email protected] (VERY limited spots, so book now!) 



80 Waverley Road, Malvern East 

You MUST register at [email protected] and you will be provided a singing time, and dance call time. Callbacks will happen immediately with script reads (successful auditionees may not be required to stay back, depending on their role). 


7 March 

14 March 

21 March 

28 March 


11-15 April (School holidays) 


16-17 April 


You MUST be available for all rehearsals and performance dates, no exceptions. You will be 

required to learn a proportion of the show before the first rehearsal (depending on your 



Will cover costuming, mics and other staging costs and will be outlined in acceptance letter 

to successful auditionees. 


In 1959, Rydell High School’s students are starting a new year. (“Alma Mater Parody”) 

Sandy Dumbrowski, the new girl at school and Danny Zuko, the leader of the ‘Burger Palace Boys’, had a brief romantic fling over the summer. Sandy recounts her version of the fling to the ‘Pink Ladies’ (Jan, Marty, Frenchy, and Betty Rizzo), while Danny tells the boys (Roger, Doody, Sonny, and Kenickie) his rendition (“Summer Nights”). Sandy and Danny soon bump into each other at school, and while Sandy is happy to see him, he plays it cool. Meanwhile, the kids gather in the hall as Doody shows off his new guitar. The rock star wannabe gives an impromptu concert in the hall (“Those Magic Changes”). 

At Marty’s pajama party, the girls give each other pierced ears, and talk about boys. Marty tells about her long-distance courtship with Freddy (“Freddy, My Love”). Meanwhile, the Burger Palace Boys are bust stealing hubcaps and teasing Kenickie about his new (used) car (“Greased Lightning”). 

Danny sees Sandy again and tries to apologize for his behavior. Head cheerleader Patty Simcox interrupts to prompt Sandy to join to squad and to tease Danny about his latest indiscretions (“Rydell Fight Song”). The kids take their newfangled portable radios for a rock and roll picnic in the park and plan how they will pair off at the upcoming school prom, while Roger shares his love for Jan and his favorite hobby (“Mooning”). Rizzo teases Danny for falling for a girl who resembles the excessively proper teenage ingenue, Sandra Dee (“Look at Me, I’m Sandra Dee”). Sandy realizes that Danny is putting her off to be cool and wishes she had never met him. 

Then Danny suggests that Marty go out with Eugene, and she chases after him. Act I ends with a spirited pledge of friendship (“We Go Together”). 

At the High School Hop, everyone is dancing, except Sandy (“Shakin’ At the High School Hop”). She is home feeling sorry for herself (“It’s Raining on Prom Night”). Meanwhile, favorite radio DJ Vince Fontaine, is warming the kids up for the hand-jive dance contest. Kenickie dumps his blind date, Cha-Cha DiGregorio, and pairs up with Rizzo. Danny and Cha-Cha then proceed to win the dance contest (“Born to Hand Jive”). 

A few days later at the Burger Palace after school, a couple of the guys run into Frenchy, who flunked out of Rydell and has now dropped out of beauty school (“Beauty School Dropout”). Danny, who has taken up track in order to win back Sandy’s affections, does not know that Cha-Cha’s boyfriend’s gang has challenged the guys to a rumble. He is more concerned about patching things up with Sandy at the Twi-Light Drive-In, but he moves too fast for her, and she leaves (“All Alone at a Drive-In Movie”). A couple of days later, the “greasers” are having a party in Jan’s basement, as Doody and Roger sing “Rock ‘n’ Roll Party Queen.” Sandy wonders what she needs to do to fit in at Rydell (“Look at Me, I’m Sandra Dee” – Reprise). 

The next time Sandy meets up with the Burger Palace Boys and the Pink ladies, she has transformed herself into a greaser’s dream date (“All Choked Up”). Rizzo and Kenickie reunite. All ends happily (“We Go Together” – Reprise). 

  • DANNY ZUKO – The leader of the Burger Palace Boys; good-looking, strong and confident, with an air of easy-going charm. 
  • SANDY DUMBROWSKI – New girl in town; sweet, wholesome, naive, cute, and innocent. 
  • BETTY RIZZO – Leader of the Pink Ladies; tough, sarcastic and outspoken but vulnerable. 
  • FRENCHY – A dreamer; good-natured but not too smart, she is heavily made up, fussy about her appearance, particularly her hair. She can’t wait to finish high school so she can be a beautician. 
  • MARTY – The ‘beauty’ of the Pink Ladies; pretty and looks older than the other girls, but bretrays her real age when she opens her mouth. She tries to act sophisticated. 
  • JAN – Funny, loud, compulsive eater and awkward member of the Pink Ladies. Loud and pushy with the girls, but shy with the boys. 
  • DOODY – The youngest of the guys; small, boyish and open, with a disarming smile and a hero-worshiping attitude towards the other guys. He also plays the guitar. 
  • KENICKIE – The second in command of the Burger Palace Boys; tough-looking, tattooed, surly and avoids any show of softness. He has an offbeat sense of humor. 
  • SONNY LaTIERRI – A member of the Burger Palace Boys; funny Italian-American, he is a braggart and wheeler-dealer who thinks he’s a real lady-killer. 
  • ROGER – The anything-for-a-laugh stocky type of boy; a clown who enjoys winding people up, he is full of mischief and is always dreaming up half-baked schemes and ideas. 
  • VINCE FONTAINE – A typical ‘teen audience’ disc jockey; slick, egotistical and fast-talking. He is also a veteran ‘Greaser.’ 
  • CHA-CHA, a.k.a. Charlene DiGregorio – The best dancer at St. Bernadette’s; a loud mouth, she wins the dancing competition with Danny. 
  • EUGENE FLORCZYK – The class valecdictorian; physically awkward, with weak eyes and a high-pitched voice. He’s a typical ‘apple-polisher’ – both smug and pompous, but gullible. 
  • JOHNNY CASINO – All-American, rock-star “greaser” student at Rydell High, whose real name is Clarence. 
  • MISS LYNCH – A no-nonsense, serious, loud, English teacher. 
  • PATTY SIMCOX – A typical cheerleader; attractive, athletic, sure-of-herself, but can be given to bursts of disconcerting enthusiasm. She’s a bit of a pain and unpopular with the Pink Ladies, and can twirl a baton. 
  • THE PINK LADIES – The club-jacketed, gum-chewing, hip-swinging girls’ gang who hang around with the Burger Palace Boys. 
  • THE BURGER PALACE BOYS – A super-cool, DA-haired, hard-looking group of high school wheeler-dealers… or so they think. 


The History Boys
Mar 19 @ 8:00 pm – Mar 28 @ 2:00 pm

Alan Bennett’s The History Boys is a cheeky look into the English education system in the 80s. Eight history students are pursuing an undergraduate place at Oxbridge.

Their headmaster is determined to see them break records and enlists a new teacher to coach the boys into intellectual shape. Seduced though they are by his promises, the boys are concerned that there is more to the pursuit of learning than exams and grades.

Warning: Suitable for mature audiences. Some strong language and sexual themes.

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
Apr 30 @ 7:30 pm – May 22 @ 7:00 pm
Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
After the annus horribilis that was 2020, CLOC has taken a leaf out of the iconic Priscilla songbook, as we loudly and proudly proclaim ‘WE HAVE SURVIVED’! Not only have we survived, but we are coming back more excited and artistically rejuvenated than ever, to finally bring our loyal audiences the spectacle, glamour and uproarious fun that is Priscilla. It is the perfect show to rediscover the joy of musical theatre. So get ready to shake your groove thing as CLOC fluffs the feathers, sprinkles the sparkles, and polishes the platforms for an epic journey of ​self-discovery, mateship and acceptance.

Based on the iconic Oscar-winning 1994 Australian film, PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT is the hilarious adventure of three loud, proud and very different friends who hop aboard a battered old bus bound for the outback to put on the show of a lifetime when political correctness was just a thought bubble. Along the way, they strut, dance, sing, laugh, cry, and learn more about themselves – while singing up a storm to a non-stop parade of dance-floor classics including It’s Raining Men, Hot Stuff, I Will Survive, I Love the Nightlife, Go West, Colour My World, Boogie Wonderland, Shake Your Groove Thing and many more!

The National Theatre Melbourne
20 Carlisle Street, St Kilda


A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder
May 3 – May 10 all-day

Performance Dates

Lilydale Athenaeum Theatre (Castella St. Lilydale)
2 September – 18 September 2021
Malvern Theatre (Burke Rd East Malvern)
29 October – 13 November
(Successful auditionees must commit to both seasons)

Monday 3 May, 2021 at 7:30pm – at the Lilydale Athenaeum Theatre –
Castella Street Lilydale
(by Appointment – [email protected]),
Sunday 9 May 2021 at 7:00pm – At the Malvern Theatre – 29 Burke
Road East Malvern
(by Appointment –[email protected])
Monday 10 May 2021 at 7:00pm – At the Malvern Theatre – 29 Burke
Road East Malvern
(by Appointment – [email protected])
When booking your audition please send a theatrical biog
together with a headshot to the email address above.

This is a high-style, British romantic farce set in the Edwardian era.
It requires highly trained actors who sing beautifully and have great
comic skills. All roles are open to audition and are similar stylistically
to characters in Oscar Wilde plays. British accents are required for all
roles. There is also an ensemble of six, all of whom play important
roles throughout the play; solo singing required by all. All auditionees
must be at least 18 years old.

Those auditioning will be asked to sing up to one minute of an
uptempo musical theatre song, in the style of the show. The song
should show off character, different voices, facial expression,
physicality & range.
Auditioners should mark their selection with a highlighter. An
accompanist will be provided. A cappella singing or recorded
accompaniments will not be allowed
Auditioners should also prepare a short, engaging paragraph, no
more than 3-5 lines, which is from a published work such as a play,
novel, or even a children’s book, that shows off word play, comedy,
satire, and good rapport with an audience, etc. No monologue length
speeches. We would just like something quick that can act as an intro
or narration to a character or situation.
Please note: Audition appointment spaces are limited and filled on a
first-come, first served basis.

Successful cast members MUST BE available for rehearsal period commencing
8 June 2021 as well as all production dates. Please check you are available for
all performance dates before booking your audition time. Please also inform the
Director at your audition, if there is a possibility of you taking on professional
acting work that may conflict with rehearsal and performance dates.

Monday 17 May, 2021 at 7:30pm (if needed) at the Lilydale
Athenaeum Theatre.
Rehearsals will be held three times per week on Sunday, Monday &
Thursday evenings (7:00-10:30pm), with some scheduled at Malvern
and some at Lilydale.


The Yeomen of the Guard” by Gilbert and Sullivan.
May 5 @ 6:00 pm – May 7 @ 6:00 pm
Auditions are open for GSOV’s upcoming production of “The Yeomen of the Guard” by Gilbert and Sullivan.
Audition slots available in the evenings of the 5th and 7th May 2021 in Blackburn South, at our Rehearsal venue.
Performances late August 2021 in country Victoria, and early September 2021 at the Alexander Theatre, Monash University.