Sorry, you are too late to take advantage of this incredible and unique opportunity…
The Rose Theatre, Kingston is offering six budding actors an incredible and unique opportunity to perform in the Rose’s first in-house production, Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost directed by Sir Peter Hall. You will appear alongside a truly talented cast which includes Peter Bowles and be directly involved in a hugely significant production in the history of the Rose Theatre.
We are looking for two women with long hair and four men, all around the age of 20-30 to appear in non-speaking roles. Whether you have performed on stage before or not, adults keen to apply are welcome to do so, regardless of previous acting experience.
If you are interested in applying for one of the unpaid roles available, you must be physically fit and available for all of the performances of Love’s Labour’s Lost staged at the Rose Theatre, Kingston from Tuesday 21 October to Saturday 15 November including matinee and evening performances. There will also be a rehearsal on Monday 20 October.
To be considered for this fantastic opportunity, please send your acting/performance CV, a clear, full length photograph and your basic measurements to the following address: email@example.com
So many questions…
- Can’t the production budget run to wigs?
- If you are a woman but have short hair would you still be eligible if you had your own wig?
- If not, but you turned up in a wig anyway how would they tell?
- How much is Peter Bowles getting paid?
- What does Equity think about all this?
- If you only get one day of rehearsal…
- Where is Kingston?
- Who is Peter Hall?
Anyway, Phil popped his CV in the post along with his latest publicity photo but ha sadly received no response as yet so we fear the worst.