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Bush dance to be held at Pearl Beach
Little Theatre to hold auditions for Agatha Christie play
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Little Theatre to hold auditions for Agatha Christie play

Woy Woy Little Theatre will hold auditions on Wednesday for an Agatha Christie play it plans to stage in late May.

The play, The Hollow, will be the Little Theatre's second play for the year.

Auditions will be held at 7:30pm on Wednesday, January 11, with registration from 7pm.

They will be held at The Peninsula Theatre, home of Woy Woy Little Theatre, in John Hoare Close, Woy Woy.

Rehearsals will also be held at the Theatre, with performances scheduled between Friday, May 19, and Sunday, June 4.

The play features 12 characters: Henrietta Angatell in her 30s, the elderly Sir Henry Angatell,

Lady Angatell in her 60s, Midge Harvey who is a little younger that Henrietta, the perfect butler Gudgeon, Edward Angatell aged between 35 and 45, the half-witted-looking maid Doris, Gerda Cristow and John Cristow MD in their 40s, the beautiful neighbour Veronica Craye, and policemen CID Inspector Colquhoun and Detective Sergeant Penny.

The Little Theatre website has 13 audition pieces available for download on its website.

For further information, contact director Mr Andrew Thomson on 0405 103 077.

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