LCP AUDITION NOTICE
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Adapted by Janet Munsil
AUDITION DATES: Tues Oct 5 and Wed Oct 6 – 7pm to 10 pm.
Sat Oct 9 – 10am to noon.
Call backs Sat Oct 9 – 1pm until 3.
Auditions will be held at the LCP Annex, 523 South Street between Maitland and Williams Street. Look for the London Community Living building. We are in the warehouse just east of them. There is a statue of the 3 little pigs just at the parking lot. The warehouse has the sign LCP Annex on the door. Please note South Street is a one way street that runs east.
DIRECTOR: Debra Chantler
PRODUCER: Cindi Armer Almedia
AUDITIONS: By Appointment only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with preferred date and time for your audition slot and/or any questions. We are committed to providing opportunities for diverse voices and performers. Experienced artists and newcomers of all backgrounds and ethnicities are encouraged to audition.
COVID: In keeping with current government Covid guidelines masks are to be worn, social distancing will be practiced and proof of full vaccination is required. Please bring with you or be able to show electronically, your vaccination certificate.
REQUIREMENTS: please prepare a 1-minute short monologue. You may be asked to cold read from the script as well.
PRODUCTION DATES: May 5-15, 2022; Main Stage at the Palace Theatre.
REHEARSALS: Ideally Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays (7:00-10:00 pm) starting the 1st week in February 2022. *Subject to change*. Entire cast will also be required to attend dance classes to learn period dances throughout the month of Jan 2022.
THE PLAY SYNOPSIS: a classic love story, Pride and Prejudice is set in Regency era England. The play follows the character development of Elizabeth Bennet, an independent and intelligent woman who is loved by a self-reserved and powerful man Mr. Darcy. They learn about the repercussions of hasty judgments and eventually come to appreciate the difference between being superficial and being true to one’s self. A classic piece filled with comedy. Its humour lies in its honest depiction of manners, education, marriage and the distribution of money during the Regency era.
Jane Bennet -Oldest daughter of the Bennet Family: age range 16-25
Lizzie Bennet -Second oldest daughter: age range 16-25
Mary Bennet -Middle daughter: age range 16-20
Kitty Bennet -Second youngest daughter: age range 16-20
Lydia Bennet -Youngest daughter: age range 16-20
Mr. Bennet -Father of the Bennet girls: age range 40-55
Mrs. Bennet – Mother of the Bennet girls: age range 40-50
Mr. Gardiner -Brother to Mrs. Bennet: age range 40-55
Mrs. Gardiner -Wife to Mr. Gardiner: age range 40-50
Mr. Charles Bingley -Eligible wealthy Bachelor: age range 25-30
Caroline Bingley -Sister to Charles Bingley: age range 20-27
Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy -Eligible wealthy Bachelor: age range 25-35
Georgiana Darcy -Sister to Mr. F. Darcy: age range 16-20
Charlotte Lucas -Friend to Lizzie Bennet: age range 20-25
Mr. Collins – Parson to Lady Catherine: age range 20-35
George Wickham -A member of the armed forces: age range 25-35
Lady Catherine de Bourgh – Wealthy Land Owner: age range 50-60
Lady Anne de Bourgh -Daughter to Lady Catherine: age range 17-25
Mrs. Reynolds -Housekeeper to Mr. Darcy: age range 40-60
Non speaking roles – age range 16-60
4 Men – of varying ages to be dance partners, appear as butlers & village people.
2 women – of varying ages to be dance partners, appear as maids & village people.
It’s not a Musical, is it?
No it is not a musical.
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