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    What better way to relax after our first audition for Absurd Person Singular.

    There are still 2 chances to audition.

    Audition Times:
    Thur 29th June​ 7pm - 10pm
    Sat 1st July ​​2pm-5pm

    Place: ​The Stage Club, 203 Henderson Road, #07-01, Singapore 159546
    Performance Dates: ​11 –14 October 2017; KC Arts Theatre SRT

    To register to audition, contact Jacqueline Elfick at jtelfick@gmail.com

    See early posts for details on roles.
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    AUDITION NOTICE:

    The Stage Club is pleased to announce open auditions for Alan Ayckbourn’s daring black comedy, Absurd Person Singular. First performed in 1972, its themes of rivalry, social status, and greed-is-good capitalism - continue to resonate with global audiences.

    Staged numerous times on Broadway and in the West End, Absurd Person Singular’s multi-layered characters have attracted top shelf talent including Jane Horrocks (Absolutely Fabulous). If you’re looking to stretch yourself as an actor and be part of a dazzling piece of theatre, this play is for you.

    Audition Times:
    Sat 24th June ​​2pm – 5pm
    Thur 29th June​ 7pm - 10pm
    Sat 1st July ​​2pm-5pm

    (If you're keen but away on these dates, contact us and we'll try to accommodate you).

    Place: ​The Stage Club, 203 Henderson Road, #07-01, Singapore 159546
    Performance Dates: ​11 –14 October 2017; KC Arts Theatre SRT

    Cast:
    Sidney (30´s) - an ambitious tradesman
    Jane (30´s) - his comical wife

    Geoffrey (30´s) – a philandering architect
    Eva (30´s) – his emotional wife

    Ronald (40´s) – an aloof banker
    Marion (40´s) - his poised wife

    Dick and Lottie Potter – unseen characters, whom we hear off-stage.

    To register to audition, contact Jacqueline Elfick at jtelfick@gmail.com
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    Fun and frolics at our improv workshop on Wednesday. A great way to get those creative juices flowing and tickle that funny bone!

    Look out for details on more events soon
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    We received this lovely review of our last show today:

    "What a piece of work is a man’’ lamented Hamlet, and more recently Richard E Grant at the end of British cult classic Withnail and I. And there could be no more apt a phrase for Francis Henshall, the loveable rogue and star of One Man, Two Guvnors. The much-acclaimed comedy made a star of British funnyman James Corden in 2011 and popped up in Singapore for four days in May thanks to production company The Stage Club.

    Henshall (Paul McCracken) is the ‘’One Man’’ who winds up in a comedy of errors trying to juggle Two Guvnors (or bosses for those not from the East End of London). The story is set in Brighton in 1963, although based on the 18th Century play The Servant of Two Masters by Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni. I confess to having never heard of either version but the plot sounded funny so I decided to head along to the Singapore Repertory Theatre on a balmy Friday night and at least two glasses of red wine inside me.

    This put me in the perfect mood to sit back, relax and enjoy two hours of rip-roaring physical and verbal comedy. The plot starts off a little complicated but gets simpler as time goes on. Francis Henshall is a bodyguard to local gangster Roscoe Crabbe. However, Crabbe is killed by his twin sister Rachel’s boyfriend Stanley Stubbers (Alexander Clark). Rachel (Lucy Bowen) decides to impersonate her dead brother to recover a family debt and heads down to Brighton where she encounters both Henshall and Stubbers. By this time Henshall has already agreed to be Stubbers’ minder but finds himself back in the employment of his former (but now ‘’dead’’) employer, Roscoe Crabbe. Are you still with me?

    It doesn’t matter if you occasionally forget whether its Rachel and Roscoe (sounds like an episode of Friends) as it’s a whirlwind of laughs, as Henshall tries to navigate his way around the multiple demands of both bosses. The three main characters are superbly supported by a strong cast of stars in their own right such as Charlie ‘’The Duck’’ Clench (Steve Clark) and his daughter Pauline (Amy Yan), who was due to marry Roscoe before he was murdered. She is now dating Alan (Neal Thapar), a wimpish and overly-romantic actor. Then there’s Dolly (Heather Garside), the loud and sex-mad book-keeper who adds more than a touch of adult humour to the play.

    Scenes are intersected with funny songs by the cast, brilliantly supported by The Band who kept toes tapping throughout their set. There was also some audience participation which added a level of excitement to the night. What made One Man, Two Guvnors extra special was the obvious enjoyment of the cast who always looked like they were having as much fun on stage as the audience, who clapped and whooped with delight after two hours of one-liners, slapstick comedy and recurring gags (identical twins and Brixton Prison). The ovation was so long after the play, the cast had already changed and were waiting for their friends in the foyer. Now that’s high praise indeed.

    Justin Harper

    www.justinharpermedia.com
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