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Youth Theatre Workshop -

STAGE COMBAT WORKSHOP

held Saturday April 7th at Stirling Theatre

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Liz Pemberton, Co-ordinator.

Youth Theatre Group Co-ordinator - Liz Pemberton

Contact number 0413 896 118

Stirling Players has been promoting youth theatre for many years in various forms. It  offers young people, in and around the City of Stirling, a creative opportunity to learn about the different aspects of performance  and production. The group has its own committee which develops a varied  program.  The program includes a range of theatre-related activities such as:

* Youth Productions

* Theatre Workshops

* Co-ordinating events

Being a member of Stirling Players Youth Theatre Group is an opportunity for young people to be involved in 'on-stage' activities, and build theatre skills and gain viable experience in the arts.

Junior membership form - download

Photos from the recent Youth Production

Charlotte's Web

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Auditions for September Season - One Act plays

Season runs September 6 - 9

AUDITIONS - both held at Stirling Theatre

Auditions for Long Live the King written by Yvette Wall and directed by Scarlett Greenock will be held on Saturday 9 June at 1pm at Stirling Theatre, Morris Place, Innaloo.

The year is 1547. King Henry VIII has died. His daughter, Lady Elizabeth, and his son Prince Edward who is now King, are told the news and discreetly wander off on the estate accompanied by Prince Edward’s troublemaking companion, Lady Lucy. Unexpectedly, they meet a farm girl, Alice, whose presence causes tensions to rise and truths to be told. Long Live the King!

Requirements:

Please prepare a three minute audition piece to perform (eg, a monologue, poem etc)

Roles:

Alice – a young farm girl, aged 10 to 13, brave and feisty, speaks her mind.

English ‘country’ accent required.

Prince Edward - aged 9, noble, well-bred, politically correct.

English posh accent required.

Lady Elizabeth – aged 13, has a silent strength, very much a lady, articulate, smart.

English posh accent required.

Lady Lucy – aged 10 to 14, jealous, immature, mean.

English posh accent required.

***Please note that ages are stage ages

Enquiries:

Please contact the director, Scarlett Greenock, on 0401 923 415 for more information.

 

A Year and a Day by Christina Reid

Directed by Andie Holborn

 A travelling Storyteller and A Girl meet in a land devastated by war and famine. The Storyteller remembers and conjures a long-long-ago land of peace and plenty – a beautiful garden inhabited by The Kritters of the land, the trees and the water. And then the humans come to the garden – Two tribes who worship different Gods. The Storyteller's tale of the corruption and loss of the ancient garden is a love story that becomes a never-ending story of old ghosts who still haunt the earth. A legend with a warning for the girl and the audience. “Don't be seduced by the music. Don't look back.”

Cast

Storyteller (Script specifies female)

 The Singer (Script specifies female - ability to sing is an advantage)

 The Musician (Script specifies male - ability to play a wind instrument is an advantage)

The Girl

The Kritter (More man than ape – script specifies male)

The Landkritter (An animal-like creature)

 The Treekritter (A bird-like creature)

 The Waterkritter (An amphibious creature)

 The Silver Pontificator (Strong vocal projection required)

 The Crimson Pontificator (Strong vocal projection required)

 The Silver Acolyte

 The Crimson Acolyte

 The Silver Trader

 The Crimson Trader

 Tribe One (Children of the Silver Stars)

 Tribe Two (Children of the Crimson Moon)

Audition -  Saturday 9 June

 Venue: Stirling Theatre

 Time: 2pm-3.30pm

 Rehearsals will be:

 Tuesdays 6.30pm-8pm

Saturdays 1pm-3pm

The audition will take the form of a few warm up activities followed by a script reading.

Actors will be asked to memorise and perform the following monologue spoken by the Storyteller at the beginning of the play.

 The Storyteller (To the audience)

Be still. Be calm. Don’t get your knickers in a twist. All you saw, all you heard – it was only me, dreaming. A dark dream. A trick of the light. Twilight time is not to be trusted. Now you see it, now you don’t. Trust me. I’m a storyteller. Relax. Things always look better in the morning, after a good night’s sleep. Well, nearly always. What? You’re not afraid of the dark, are you? Big boys and girls like you?

 For more information contact the director Andie Holborn 0403 533 287 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.