Tuesday, 25 July 2017

'Bloody Murder'

By Ed Sala

Directed By Dexter Bourke

 

Synopsis 

An intriguing murder-mystery comedy set in a sumptuous English country estate containing the 'usual' British murder mystery types gathered for a weekend retreat. However, there is nothing 'usual' about this play when it comes to predicting its course. The play is full of colourful characters and loaded with twists and turns and an entirely unpredictable finish. It's bloody murder, delightfully warped!

 

Character Descriptions 

Females

1 - Late 60's to 70's - A lady of wealth and social standing

1 - 60's - Maid and Head of Staff. Also plays a nun and a motorist.

1 - Mid to late 20's - An 'innocent' and unsophisticated young woman.

      Also plays the  Countess in her late 30's. - 'strikingly well preserved'.

Males

1 - Late 60's to 70's - A Major. A proud military man

1 - Late 40's to early 50's - A fading actor due to his liking of hitting the Scotch. Also plays 2 other minor characters.

1 - Late 30's to mid 40's. Also plays a  Chief Inspector in mid 40's to 50's.

 

Auditions held July 24 and 26 July 7.30pm.

Please contact the director on 0411 287 043 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further details.

 

 

 

 

 

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