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Dionysus Theatre
04-Mar-2017 at 10:00AM
04-Mar-2017 at 11:30AM
04-Mar-2017 at 01:00PM

Performance:
11 May 2017 to 13 May 2017

 

Arête- Gamma

Author: Various

Director: Various

Enquiries: 0451164220

Characters Summary: Play 1 - 'Adam & Eve' by Michelle Robertson and Kevin Middleton (2 M, 1F)
Play 2 - 'The Half Life of Truth' by Matt Allen (1M, 2F)
Play 3 - 'A Method' by Melanie Thomas (cast of 4 - 1F, other 3 open)
Play 4 - 'Of Cabbages and Kings' by Sarah Thomas (2M)

Precast Characters: None

Audition Venue: McClelland College Performing Arts Centre, 26 Alexander Crescent, Karingal, 3199 – entry is off Karingal Drive. The suburb of Karingal is near Frankston, on the Mornington Peninsula.

Theatre: Cube 37, Frankston Arts Centre

Company Email: emmaloustu@hotmail.com

Company Website: http://www.dionysustheatre.com.au/

Synopsis: Arête : Gamma
A series of one act plays written for Dionysus Theatre.
"Science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge" Carl Sagen

Other Information: Arête : Gamma
A series of one act plays written for Dionysus Theatre.
"Science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge" Carl Sagen

AUDITION DATE
Saturday March 4th. Workshop style audition.
Times available - 10-11am, 11.30am-12.30pm, 1-2pm
Auditions will last approximately 50 minutes.

AUDITION VENUE
McClelland College Performing Arts Centre, 26 Alexander Crescent, Karingal, 3199 – entry is off Karingal Drive. The suburb of Karingal is near Frankston, on the Mornington Peninsula.

HOW TO APPLY
To book your time slot, email or phone: melanie@dionysustheatre.com.au / 0451164220

GENERAL PRODUCTION INFORMATION:
Performance at 'Cube 37' at the Frankston Arts Centre, May 11-13.

Rehearsals will be held at the audition venue on a Wednesday night.

Play 1 - 'Adam & Eve' by Michelle Robertson and Kevin Middleton (2 M, 1F)
Play 2 - 'The Half Life of Truth' by Matt Allen (1M, 2F)
Play 3 - 'A Method' by Melanie Thomas (cast of 4 - 1F, other 3 open)
Play 4 - 'Of Cabbages and Kings' by Sarah Thomas (2M)

No roles have been pre-cast.
IMPORTANT: Please arrive 10 minutes early to fill out an audition form and bring a small photograph/headshot to your audition that we can keep.
 

The 1812 Theatre
05-Mar-2017 at 07:00PM
06-Mar-2017 at 07:00PM

Performance:
To Be Advised

 

The Last Of The Summer Wine

Author: Roy Clarke

Director: Pip Le Blond

Enquiries: 97583974

Characters Summary: 4 x M –50’s - 60’s
1x M - 30’s - 40’s
2 x F - 30's - 50’s

Characters: FOGGY: Male 60’s; Stuffy, Former soldier. Regimental, considers himself the leader of the trio.
CLEGG: Male, 60’s; Has been friends with Foggy & Compo since school. He’s a cynic and becomes apprehensive of their schemes. Enjoys watching Foggy and Compo arguing and changing insults.
COMPO: Male 60’s; Northern accent. A rascally ruffian, always broke as he spent most of his life unemployed and relying on his mates to supply him with Beer and cigarettes. Although he admires Nora, he also annoys her by mention of her ‘wrinkled stockings’.
NORA: Female 60’s; Northern accent. Battle axe. Object of Compo’s desire but also caring and sensitive woman. Aunty to Constance.
CONSTANCE: 40’s – 50’s Northern accent, frumpy, Engaged to Gifford Bewmont for 14 years.
GIFFORD BEWMONT: Male 50’s- 60’s; Self-important. Fiancée to Constance for 14 years.
FLASHER: Male 30’s – 40’s. Fanatical person who has an unusual way of advertising his invention.
Yorkshire accents ideal

Audition Venue: The 1812 Theatre

Theatre: The 1812 Theatre
3-5 Rose Street
Upper Ferntree Gully 3156

Company Email: admin@1812theatre.com.au

Company Website: http://www.1812theatre.com.au

Synopsis: Last of The Summer Wine was a popular British BBC sitcom which ran for 30 years. In this new stage adaptation of the timeless television series, Foggy has designs on winning the affections of Constance, Nora Batty’s niece by inviting the ladies for super. The plot thickens with mistaken identities as the local community try to apprehend a ‘flasher’ who wreaks havoc within the village.
 

Brighton Theatre Co.
05-Mar-2017 at 03:00PM
06-Mar-2017 at 07:30PM

Performance:
18 May 2017 to 03 Jun 2017

 

Hats Off!

Author: Alison Campbell Rate

Director: Denise Wellington

Enquiries: 0410 246 667 denise.wellington110@gmail.com

Characters Summary: 5F (50s)

Characters: HARRIET: Recently widowed, mother of 3 teenagers. University lecturer and owns the holiday house in Daylesford. She’s facing change and is looking for a way forward.

TRINITY: Married, no children. Her husband is well-off so Trinity doesn’t need to work, although she trained as a teacher. She projects a somewhat flippant and carefree persona, but this is masking a deep sense of justice and instinct to protect. She prefers to keep things private.

GABI: Single mum to a teenage boy, Gabi teaches Drama and English in a secondary school. She’s a bit scatty and usually looks to others for guidance and support.

CASSIE: Married with 2 teenage daughters, Cassie is feeling disillusioned and locked in and she fantasises about escape. As she prefers order and predictability, shared student housing was rather challenging for her. The glass is half empty.

MICHELLE: Married and without children, Michelle is a go-getter, clear thinker and straight talker with a dry wit and mischievous nature. She teaches French and Maths at secondary school and has promotion in her sights.


Precast Characters: None

Audition Venue: BTC Theatre
Brighton Arts & Cultural Centre
Cnr Wilson & Carpenter Sts
Brighton

Theatre: BTC Theatre
Brighton Arts & Cultural Centre
Cnr Wilson & Carpenter Sts
Brighton

Company Email: enquire@brightontheatreco.com

Company Website: http://www.brightontheatreco.com/

Synopsis: It’s a weekend in October and 5 ‘approaching middle age’ women, who have known each other since they shared a student house when they were at university, are catching up at a holiday house in Daylesford owned by one of them. They reminisce about uni days and explore the possibilities of the future.
 

Peridot Theatre Inc.
05-Mar-2017 at 07:30PM
07-Mar-2017 at 07:00PM

Performance:
08 Jun 2017 to 24 Jun 2017


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"The Female of the Species" by Joanna Murray-Smith

Author: Joanna Murray-Smith

Director: Natasha Boyd

Enquiries: info@bookbonding.com.au

Characters Summary: 3F (50-60, early 20's, early 30's)
3M (2 x 30's, 30-50)

Characters: Margot Mason – a famous feminist writer and academic, 50-60s, handsome, and somewhat of a monster.
Molly Rivers – a deranged former student of Margot’s, Early 20s, bright.
Tess Thornton – Margot's daughter in her early 30's. A mother who is feeling lost.
Bryan Thornton – Tess’s sensitive stockbroker husband. In his late 30's, but still very boyish. A tad thick.
Frank – a macho taxi driver. A handsome, masculine swooner in his mid 30's.
Theo Reynolds – Margot’s dapper gay publisher. Very confident. 30-50s

Precast Characters: None

Audition Venue: Unicorn Theatre
Mount Waverley Secondary College
Lechte Road
Mount Waverley 3149

Theatre: Unicorn Theatre
Mount Waverley Secondary College
Lechte Road
Mount Waverley 3149

Company Email: peridotboxoffice@yahoo.com.au

Company Website: http://www.peridot.com.au

Synopsis: Margot Mason, a thinly veiled version of Germaine Greer, has writer's block following the publication of her groundbreaking polemic, 'The Cerebral Vagina' 30 years ago, when in through the window steps one of her committed fans - with a gun. What follows is a deliciously wicked comedy that deftly walks the tightrope between satire and farce.

Other Information: AUDITIONS: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Contact Natasha Boyd via email with a one page CV with headshot.
AUDITIONS Sunday 5th March 7.30pm or Tuesday 7th March 7pm or 8.30pm. Possible callbacks on Sat 11th 3pm or Sun 12th March 11am - to be confirmed after auditions.
Other Information: Rehearsals will most likely be held each Tuesday and Thursday evenings and on Sundays at a time to suit the cast. Our first read through will be Tuesday 14th March and then start rehearsals on Thursday 23rd March. There will be no rehearsal over the Easter weekend. Successful applicants must be fully available for whole of rehearsal period, including compulsory all day tech day Sunday 4th June, dress rehearsal Tue 6th June and preview show Thu 8th June. Please note performances do run over Queen's Birthday holiday weekend.
 

Strathmore Theatre Arts Group
06-Mar-2017 at 07:30PM
07-Mar-2017 at 07:30PM

Performance:
25 May 2017 to 04 Jun 2017

 

The Dixie Swim Club

Author: Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten

Director: Kris Weber

Enquiries: kris@keweber.com



Characters Summary: 5 F 30s/40s

Characters: SHEREE HOLLINGER, the perennial team captain, is practical, supportive and a fount of boundless energy. Never without her to-do lists or Pocket Scheduler, her tendency to be hyper-organized occasionally drives her friends a bit crazy. She’s the eternal tomboy, a health nut and an all-American mom who lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with her family.

DINAH GRAYSON, the wise-cracking cynic of the group, has fought her way to the top and relished the view. A lawyer in the biggest and most prestigious law firm in Atlanta, Dinah excels at everything…except romance. Armed with a dry martini and an even drier sense of humor, Dinah seldom reveals her softer side as she tackles life head-on.

LEXIE RICHARDS, a true Southern belle who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is the vain, youth-obsessed event planner for a chain of four-star hotels. She has never shied away from the occasional nip or tuck and keeps her cosmetic surgeon on speed dial. Always one to revel in her status as a man-magnet, Lexie can be counted on to share wild and hilarious tales of her romantic exploits.

JERI NEAL MCFEELEY is the ditzy ray of sunshine of the group. She’s perky and naïve and always sees the positive side of everything. Having been a nun for many years, Jeri Neal has been protected from life’s seamier side. Even though she appears to be predictable on the surface, Jeri Neal, recently relocated to Charlottesville, Virginia, continually makes life choices that surprise and amaze her friends.

VERNADETTE SIMMS is a hard luck case if there ever was one. Marriage and motherhood came shortly after college, a dark cloud has hovered above her ever since. A public school teacher, with limited finances and a problematic home life in Spivey’s Corner, North Carolina, Vernadette is self-deprecating by necessity. She faces her tribulations with gallows humor and the unwavering support of these lifelong friends

ACCENT: These women are from North Carolina and a Southern accent is required at the audition.

Precast Characters: none

Audition Venue: STAG, corner of Loeman and Napier Sts, Strathmore

Theatre: STAG, corner of Loeman and Napier Sts, Strathmore

Company Email: stag_publicity@optusnet.com.au

Company Website: http://www.stagtheatre.org/

Synopsis: Five Southern women, whose friendships began many years ago on their college swim team, set aside a long weekend every August to recharge those relationships. Free from husbands, kids, and jobs, they meet at the same beach cottage to catch up, laugh, and meddle in each other’s lives. THE DIXIE SWIM CLUB focuses on four of those weekends and spans a period of 33 years. As their lives unfold and the years pass, these women increasingly rely on one another—through
advice and raucous repartee—to get through the
challenges that life flings at them. And when fate throws a wrench into one of their lives, these friends rally ‘round their own with the strength and love that takes this comedy in a poignant and surprising direction.

Other Information: Audition requirement: You are asked to prepare a 3 minute monologue. It doesn't matter what it is as long it is presented using the Southern Accent - you may also be asked to read from the script on the day. There are examples of North Carolina accents on youtube, please have a listen to some.

Rehearsal evenings will be Monday ,Wednesday, Friday from 7.30 to 10.30. There will be one full day Sunday rehearsal in the final week of rehearsal.

Further info: Please read the play before auditioning. Scripts can be obtained from me at: kris@keweber.com

Audition times: booked through the director: kris@keweber.com
 

Mordialloc Theatre Co. Inc.
12-Mar-2017 at 11:00AM
13-Mar-2017 at 07:30PM

Performance:
30 Jun 2017 to 15 Jul 2017

 

AUSTRALIA DAY

Author: Jonathon Biggins

Director: Martin Gibbs

Enquiries: 0411.645.003

Characters Summary: 3M (25+, 45+, 60+)
2F (35+, 60+)

Characters: BRIAN HARRIGAN Mayor of Coriole Shire and pre-selection candidate for the Liberal Party. Chair of the Australia Day Committee.
ROBERT WILSON Deputy Mayor and loyal Deputy Chair of the Committee.
MAREE BUCKNEll President of the local Country Womens Association.Long serving committee member.
WALLY STEWART Local builder and small scale developer. Long serving committee member.
HELEN McINNES Local Greens councillor and new arrival in the Shire from the state capital.
New to the Committee.
CHESTER LEE Australian born Vietnamese primary school teacher.Very new to the Committee. This role can be filled by an Asian actor who can pass for Vietnamese.

Precast Characters: None

Audition Venue: The Guide Hall,
Glebe Street,
Cheltenham.

Theatre: Shirley Burke Theatre,
64 Parkers Road,
Parkdale

Company Email: mordialloctheatre@gmail.com

Company Website: http://www.mordialloctheatre.com

Synopsis: The country town of Coriole is getting ready for Australia Day – a time to crack open a frothy, stick a snag on the barbie and celebrate what it means to be a true blue Aussie. The Australia Day committee is gearing up to put on the town’s biggest party – but they have a few issues of their own to sort out first. With everyone from the Greens to the local mayor to the CWA wanting a piece of the party pie, it’s proving hard yakka to work out what an Aussie celebration should look like. Nothing is sacred as the national identity is put through the wringer in this thoroughly modern ripper of a comedy! Will the day be fair dinkum after all? Or are there too many roos loose in the community hall?

Other Information: It is important that auditionees are familiar with the script which can be obtained by phoning or emailing the Director 0411.645.003 mandcgibbs@tpg.com.au
 

Eltham Little Theatre Inc.
17-Mar-2017 at 07:00PM
18-Mar-2017 at 10:00AM
19-Mar-2017 at 10:00AM

Performance:
To Be Advised


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DISNEY BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JNR

Author: Linda Woolverton

Director: John Leahy johnleahy2@bigpond.com.

Characters: Narrators
The Narrators provide a great opportunity for actors who are more comfortable speaking than singing. The script features four Narrators. These roles will be part of the ensemble (villagers). Age 10-18 Gender: both

Belle
Belle is a smart, confident young woman from a small village. We are looking for a strong singer and actress who is able to stand up to Gaston while showing compassion for Maurice, the servants and eventually the Beast.
Age 16-18 Gender: female - Vocal range top: F5 /Vocal range bottom: G3

Maurice
Maurice is an aging and eccentric inventor, but more importantly, the adoring and protective father of Belle. This non-solo singing role is perfect for the actor who can have fun interpreting this crazy old man while conveying some very strong emotions: fear and fatherly love. Age 12 – 18 Gender: male

Beast
The Beast is a young prince who was hideously transformed by the Enchantress’ spell. We are looking for an actor who can deliver a range of conflicting emotional states. Although the Beast does sing a small bit during Something There and the Finale, this is truly an acting role (and his lyrics can be spoken.
Age 16 – 18 Gender: male - Vocal /range top: E5 /Vocal range bottom: B3

Gaston
Gaston is pompous and dim-witted and will do whatever it takes to win Belle’s hand. Gaston has all the confidence in the world but lacks the humility to balance it. We are looking for a strong singer and actor. He has to be able to sell his big number with gusto and arrogance as well as lead the Villagers in The Mob Song. Age 16 – 18 Gender: male - Vocal range top: F5 /Vocal range bottom: A3

Lefou
Lefou is Gaston’s equally dim-witted lackey. This character needs to be Gaston’s foil and should double the laughs for them both. Lefou should be able to sing, act and dance. It would be helpful but not essential if this actor has some gymnastics training. Age 12 – 18 Gender: male/female - Vocal range top: E5 /Vocal range bottom: B3

Silly Girls
The Silly Girls are in love with Gaston and will do almost anything just to be near him. We are looking for three girls who can portray the comic nature of these roles and enjoy playing off each other. The Silly Girls sing together in three numbers and their sound should mix well. Age 12 – 18 Gender: female - Vocal range top: F5 /Vocal range bottom: C4

Lumiere
Lumiere is a confident, charming French maître d’ who (under the enchantress’ spell) becomes a candelabra. He/she has an incessant bickering rapport with Cogsworth. Lumiere should be a strong singer who can light up the stage in Be Our Guest. This role covers a range of emotions (from charming entertainer to brave soldier) and requires prominent song and dance.
Age 12 -18 Gender: male (possibly female) - Vocal range top: D5 Vocal range bottom: A3

Cogsworth Cogsworth is the British major-domo of the castle who becomes a clock. Like all of the castle’s servants, he shows a fatherly compassion for Belle yet is perfectly submissive to the master, the Beast. Cogsworth enjoys feeling like the boss and has no problem getting into it with Lumiere. We are looking for a strong actor and singer who can act in charge.
Age 12 – 18 Gender: male - Vocal range top: E5 Vocal range bottom: A3

Mrs. Potts
Mrs. Potts is the castle’s endearing cook who becomes a teapot. We are looking for an actor with a strong, sweet voice and who should be able to convey comforting, maternal qualities amidst the chaos that is breaking out in the castle. We want an actor who can play a loving mother figure to all the characters.
Age 12 – 18 Gender: female - Vocal range top: E5 Vocal range bottom: F3

Babette
Babette is the maid of the castle who becomes a feather duster. She misses the finer things in life. Babette is happy to be at Belle’s service at a moment’s notice, but her true heart comes through in Human Again. We are looking for a good actor with solid vocal skills to handle Babette’s harmonies.
Age 12 – 18 Gender: female - Vocal range top: B4 Vocal range bottom: A3

Madame De La Grande Bouche
Madame De La Grande Bouche is an opera singer who becomes a wardrobe. Madame is larger-than-life in everything she does, including her singing and dancing. We are looking for an actor who can portray the ultimate diva with a heart and with an outsized personality and voice. Madame has some harmony lines with Mrs. Potts and Babette.
Age 14 – 18 Gender: female - Vocal range top: C5 Vocal range bottom: A3

Chip
Chip is Mrs. Potts’ son who becomes a teacup. Chip has a wonderful naïveté that endears him to all of the servants. We are looking for an actor who can portray the honesty and spirit of a young person and is comfortable trying to sing Chip’s few solo lines.
Age 10 – 12 Gender: male/female - Vocal range top: D5 Vocal range bottom: D4

Old Beggar Woman/Enchantress
The Old Beggar Woman/Enchantress should be portrayed by an actor with a flair for the visually dramatic as this is a non-speaking role. Her transformation in the Prologue needs to entice the audience into the story. After the Prologue, this actor will join the ensemble as a Villager or castle Servant. Age 10 – 18 Gender: female

Monsieur D'Arque
Monsieur D'Arque is the proprietor of the lunatic asylum. We are looking for an actor who can believably exude his sinister personality. Although Monsieur D’Arque has a few lines of solo singing in The Mob Song, this is primarily a non-singing role. Monsieur D’Arque can double as a servant in the rest of the show. Age 12 – 18 Gender: male/female

Servants (ensemble)
The servants of the castle include statues, a dust pan, flatware, plates, an egg timer, napkins, a carpet, salt & pepper shakers and other household. Age 10 – 18 Gender: both

Villagers (ensemble)
The villagers are the inhabitants of Belle’s town. There are some featured solos and lines that will come from this ensemble (Bookseller, Baker, etc.). The group must provide vocal power throughout the show and dance in the production numbers. These actors will double as the castle servants as needed. Age 10 – 18 Gender: both


Precast Characters: Nil

Audition Venue: Eltham Little Theatre
1603 Main Rd
Research VIC 3095

Theatre: Eltham Little Theatre
1603 Main Rd
Research VIC 3095

Company Email: elthamlittletheatre@gmail.com

Company Website: http://www.elthamlittletheatre.org.au

Synopsis: The bright and beautiful Belle yearns to escape her provincial life and her brute of a suitor, Gaston. However, Belle gets more adventures than she wanted when she becomes a captive in the Beast’s enchanted castle! Dancing flatware, menacing wolves and singing furniture fill the stage with thrills in this beloved fairy tale about very different people finding strength in one another and learning how to love.

Other Information: Audition Bookings will be at
Book online for your audition time at Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/261417
 

Gemco Players Community Theatre Inc.
18-Mar-2017 at 02:00PM
19-Mar-2017 at 11:00AM

Performance:
To Be Advised

 

Space Captain Smith

Author: Toby Frost adapted for stage by Ross Housham

Director: Ross Housham

Enquiries: 0419592317

Characters Summary: 2F, 4M, up to 31 ensemble

Characters:
Major Roles
Carveth runaway Android female on stage whole play
Smith Space Captain rescues damsels in distress on stage whole play
Suruk 7 foot tall Alien warrior collects skulls as a hobby on stage whole play
Rhianna Part human part Vorl wafty tree hugger on stage most of play
Gilead Bad guy, Screams a lot, 'God botherer’ half the play
462 Alien Bad Guy half the play

Minor roles (each play at least 2 characters unless people available to split them)
Dreckitt: Bounty Hunter (android) Devrin: had Carveth 'made'
Chad: Space station attendant Andy: Local yokel (think duelling banjos)
Khan: Smiths boss ‘W’: Spy Waldo: Dreckitt’s boss Morris: revolutionary
Shop attendant 2: Announcer: Soldier
Spy: Guard: Soldier
Thadar: Alien Good guy Francois: local yokel mechanic
Narzak: Alien Good guy Corveau: Bad guy Soldier
Ashrag: Alien Good guy Waiter: Neil: ‘Neo’ like
6542: alien bad guy Ghast: alien bad guy
Praetorian 1: Big Alien Bad Guy Doc Peterson
Praetorian 2: Big Alien Bad Guy Ordo: Martian Bad guy Tall man:
Joleen: Bar attendant Trinny: revolutionary Shop attendant 1


Precast Characters: None

Audition Venue: The Gem Community Arts Centre
Kilvington drive
Emerald Vic

Theatre: As above

Company Website: http://www.gemcoplayers.org

Synopsis:
There is a war brewing between the 2nd British Space Empire and the alien Ghast Empire.
Smith is recruited as Space Captain to deliver dissident (Rhianna) from New Fran (space colony) to Midlight.
Android Carveth escapes the duty for which she has been made and inserts herself into Smith’s crew as pilot and is pursued by Dreckitt.
Suruk (Smiths friend) accompanies them and gathers skulls along the way. Disaster and much derring-do follow (also some derring don’t). Rhianna is captured by the evil Gilead (human) and turned over to the ghosts in return for favourable treatment of the Republic of Eden after the war. Rhianna is rescued and her true half self is revealed.

 

Gemco Players Community Theatre Inc.
18-Mar-2017 at 02:00PM
19-Mar-2017 at 11:00AM

Performance:
To Be Advised

 

Space Captain Smith

Author: Toby Frost adapted for stage by Ross Housham

Director: Ross Housham

Enquiries: 0419592317

Characters Summary: 2F, 4M, up to 31 ensemble

Characters:
Major Roles
Carveth runaway Android female on stage whole play
Smith Space Captain rescues damsels in distress on stage whole play
Suruk 7 foot tall Alien warrior collects skulls as a hobby on stage whole play
Rhianna Part human part Vorl wafty tree hugger on stage most of play
Gilead Bad guy, Screams a lot, 'God botherer’ half the play
462 Alien Bad Guy half the play

Minor roles (each play at least 2 characters unless people available to split them)
Dreckitt: Bounty Hunter (android) Devrin: had Carveth 'made'
Chad: Space station attendant Andy: Local yokel (think duelling banjos)
Khan: Smiths boss ‘W’: Spy Waldo: Dreckitt’s boss Morris: revolutionary
Shop attendant 2: Announcer: Soldier
Spy: Guard: Soldier
Thadar: Alien Good guy Francois: local yokel mechanic
Narzak: Alien Good guy Corveau: Bad guy Soldier
Ashrag: Alien Good guy Waiter: Neil: ‘Neo’ like
6542: alien bad guy Ghast: alien bad guy
Praetorian 1: Big Alien Bad Guy Doc Peterson
Praetorian 2: Big Alien Bad Guy Ordo: Martian Bad guy Tall man:
Joleen: Bar attendant Trinny: revolutionary Shop attendant 1


Precast Characters: None

Audition Venue: The Gem Community Arts Centre
Kilvington drive
Emerald Vic

Theatre: As above

Company Website: http://www.gemcoplayers.org

Synopsis:
There is a war brewing between the 2nd British Space Empire and the alien Ghast Empire.
Smith is recruited as Space Captain to deliver dissident (Rhianna) from New Fran (space colony) to Midlight.
Android Carveth escapes the duty for which she has been made and inserts herself into Smith’s crew as pilot and is pursued by Dreckitt.
Suruk (Smiths friend) accompanies them and gathers skulls along the way. Disaster and much derring-do follow (also some derring don’t). Rhianna is captured by the evil Gilead (human) and turned over to the ghosts in return for favourable treatment of the Republic of Eden after the war. Rhianna is rescued and her true half self is revealed.