Join us for open auditions for the murder mystery thriller “And Then There Were None” written by Agatha Christie. Eleven actors are needed. Some roles can be played by a man or a woman.
Copies of the audition readings are available here. Please read them in advance.
The show will be directed by Al Schneider. Show performances will be February 16-18 and 23-25 at the Decatur Civic Center. Please be prepared to provide any scheduling conflicts you may have during auditions. A Facebook event for the auditions is available here. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freda or Freda Narracott: boatswain, delivery man or woman (very small part)
Mrs. Rogers: middle-aged cook, wife of Rogers, anxious, sour on working for “uppity” people middle-aged, well-experienced man-servant
Rogers: middle-aged, well-experienced man-servant
Vera Claythorne: mid-20’s, attractive secretary
Anthony Marston: early 20’s, attractive, rich, spoiled “playboy”, not very intelligent
Phillip Lombard: 30-ish, attractive, lean, well-tanned adventurer
William Blore: middle-aged police detective, not very classy
General MacKenzie: retired soldier with onset dementia
Emily Brent: single woman of any age, extremely judgmental
Sir Lawrence Wargrave: retired judge, keen observer of other’s personalities and actions
Dr. Armstrong: fussy, high-energy, yet also tired-looking surgeon (man or woman)