Monday 12 September 2016, 7.30pm
The Loft, The Hawth Theatre, Hawth Avenue, Crawley RH10 6YZ
Were you unable to make our first audition for Playing with Fire and have been kicking yourself ever since? Did you attend and have so much fun that you want to come along again?
We are pleased to announce that our second audition session for Playing with Fire will be held on Monday 12 September at 7.30pm. Further information about the production, including playing dates, can be found here.
At the audition we will provide you with a scene from each of the selected plays as your audition piece. No prior preparation needed, just come along and have a go! Auditionees must be 18 years old or over.
Please share this audition notice widely!
Weds 9 September
The Elgar Room, Hawth Theatre
It’s the night of Mike’s big surprise party. Friends, family and casual acquaintances have all gathered
to give him a night he’ll never forget. But as everyone parties the night away, bigger surprises are set to be revealed.
Four writers present four new plays looking at one night from different perspectives.
We’re looking for a wide range of actors of all genders and ages to play both leading characters
and smaller recurring parts in all four short plays. Due to the overlapping format of the production, there is no such thing as a small or minor part!
Tues 10 Nov : The Hawth Studio, Crawley
Sat 14 Nov : Lingfield & Dormansland Village Hall
Sun 15 Nov : The Capitol Studio, Horsham
To apply, whizz Jo an email today
Pitchy regular Duff Eynon recalls regaining his passion for acting
I hadn’t acted in years. I’d lost my passion for it. My dear friend Annette spotted an ad in the local paper saying that there were auditions being held for Pitchy Breath’s upcoming production ‘Shorts’. She virtually had to drag me along as I wasn’t all that keen.
To this day, I feel owe her a massive debt of gratitude because I haven’t looked back :o) Read more
Charlie Joseph recounts his year at Pitchy
2014 saw Pitchy Breath offer up three productions that were as different to each other as chalk and cheese (and a third object, dissimilar to both chalk and cheese) and I was lucky enough to be involved in the trinity with a similar variety of roles.
Previous to last year I had acted in 9 Pitchy productions, my first at the tender age of nine. As the old cliché goes, you get out what you put in, and at PB, it’s no exception. I had always wanted to try my hand at directing and upon discovering the next show in the spring would be the third instalment in the series of Shorts (the first two I had immensely enjoyed as an audience member), I thought this a perfect opportunity to test the waters with something a little less daunting. Read more
To be finalised. Check back soon.
Even the professionals baulk at the idea of auditioning, standing in front of serious faced directors and baring their soul. However the good news at Pitchy Breath is we’re friendly, smiley people who just want to get the best people for the best parts.
No two auditions are ever the same. Different directors work in different ways so don’t come with any preconceived ideas, just come open minded and ready to react to whatever comes your way. Read more
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