Lincoln theatre ‘panning’ the city for actors

Auditions on Sunday, November 17th for a new production of Peter Pan, could see local talented youngsters take to the stage at Lincoln’s Theatre Royal.

Anne Dalton, the play’s writer said: “They must all be good all-rounders, respond well to direction and give 100 per cent commitment. I am really looking forward to the auditions and working with a cast of talented performers from the area.”

She added: “There are opportunities for several principals and supporting roles and quite a number of ensemble performers.”

The producers ABD Productions hope to enhance the play further and make it extra special by supplying the show with local, carefully selected, talented youngsters in order to give it a unique, locally-influenced twist.

Parts up for grabs include John, Michael, Tinker Bell, Lost Boys, Indians, Mermaids, Shooting Stars, Flame Dancers and Neverland animals. Anne said the range of parts offers a wide range of scope in terms of presenting youngsters with a fun, enjoyable challenge.

Registration for under sixteens wishing to grab a role will be at 10am, and 1pm for those over sixteen. Be advised to wear comfortable clothing and shoes, and to bring your own refreshments. No preparatory songs or backing tracks will be required.

Recalls for the auditions will take place the following week on Sunday, November 24th with the performance of the play itself destined to be shown from Thursday February 20th to Sunday February 23rd.

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