Performance: Tuesday 27th February – Saturday 3rd March 2018 at 7.30pm
Play Reading and Audition Notice
Get yourselves ready – here we go off on the next exciting TTC Adventure!! If you want to get on board please let Chris Howland, the Director, know.
email@example.com 07515 270301.
Get in, Technical & Dress rehearsals Sun/Mon (25/26) February
Performances Tuesday 27 Feb – Saturday 3 March evenings, plus matinees on Wed 28/2 and Sat 3/3
MONDAY 20 November
Time: 7.30 pm
There will be refreshments, so please let CHRIS HOWLAND firstname.lastname@example.org 07515 270301 know that you’re coming, so we get enough tea/coffee/milk/biscuits/wine !! Also, we need to know numbers so that we can have enough copies of the script available for everyone.
1st Audition – Tuesday 21 November, TocH Hall, 7.45pm
2nd Audition – Thursday 23 November, venue TBC, Tunbridge Wells, 7.30 pm
Recalls/3rd Audition – Sunday 26 November, St Dunstan’s lower church hall, Vale Road, Southborough, 2.00 – 5.00 pm
The first two rehearsals will be in December (11th and 14th evenings); there’ll be a few weeks break for Christmas; and resume rehearsals on Thursday 4 January. Rehearsals will then be on Monday & Thursday evenings, and Sunday afternoons (most but not all Sundays).
Moonlit nights on the Nile… ancient temples… young love, glamour, money – and murder…
The beautiful young heiress Kay Ridgeway and her newly-wed husband Simon board an Egyptian cruise-ship for their honeymoon. But among the other guests aboard is Simon’s ex-fiancee, determined to follow the couple everywhere they go, wreaking a silent, unnerving revenge.
When Kay is suddenly murdered, suspicion naturally falls on her rival – but what if she wasn’t the culprit? Agatha Christie’s own adaptation of her novel Death on the Nile, this classic whodunnit is a masterpiece of the genre – a sparkling costume drama packed with twists and turns, set against a backdrop of exotic beauty. No one is what they seem, and as the cruise turns to a nightmare, everyone on board the ship is drawn inexorably into the web of deception, lust and greed – until
finally the noose tightens on the wrongdoer…
Steward – Male – 20 – 30 – East European
Miss Ffolio-Ffoulkes – 50 + – English snob. Great aunt of Christina
Christina Grant – 20 – 30 – Scottish
Smith – Male – 30s – Well educated Socialist
Louise – 20 – 30 – French – maid to Kay
Dr. Bessner – Male – 50 + – German
Kay Mostyn – 30s – English (richest woman in England)
Simon Mostyn – 30s – English – Kay’s husband
Canon Pennefather – Male – 50+ – English – Kay’s Guardian
Jacqueline De Severac – 30s – English – Simon’s ex fiancé
McNaught Male – 40+ – Irish – Captain of the Lotus