• Singapore's oldest amateur theatre group, The Stage Club turns 70 this year.
    We are putting on an Old Time Music Hall production and are looking for a
    pianist for a show on 2nd May, 2015. If you are interested in this or in any
    aspect of joining our fabulous theatre group, just PM me? In the meantime,
    here is some info about the show....

    Vaudeville in the US or Music Hall in the UK was a variety show for the
    common man popular in the 19th and first half of the 20th century. It
    contained humorous, musical, dramatic and novelty items. Bawdy and
    suggestive items were commonplace. Music Hall lasted until after the second
    world war, but died out with the advent of easy access to mass entertainment
    in the cinema and on TV.

    The opening chorus of our Old Time Music Hall will be songs of the First
    World War (Pack up your troubles, It's a long way to Tipperary, Keep the
    home fires burning etc etc.), and the closing chorus set in London around
    the same period (Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner, Any old iron, Lambeth
    Walk, Let's all go down the Strand, Daisy Daisy, Down at the old Bull and
    Bush etc.) . There will be other songs dropped in - some classics from the
    shows e.g. It's Delightful, Memory, Mad Dogs and Englishmen. In our
    melodramatic skit, some piano accompaniment (in the style of the silent
    movies ) will likely be added. Audience participation is encouraged
    especially by the MC who will both flatter the cast and the audience in
    equal measure.
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    Stage Club auditions - if you wish to become one of our singers, please do
    try to come to our audition on Thursday as we will have a pianist that
    night. Otherwise you will need to sing a capella. If possible, email your
    score to admin@stageclub.com. You may also audition for a speaking role as
    well on Thursday. There are four directors, so preparing a monologue that
    shows us your range would be very useful!
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    PERFORMANCE DATES : May 27 to 30, 2015. The Stage Club has produced more than 300 shows over seven decades, the latest just finished was “Don’t Dress for Dinner” with a cast of six talented players, some very new and others very experienced. The May production will consist of seven scenes from seven plays – averaging 15 minutes each - as well as some musical interludes. The show will require a cast of at least 30 with acting and singing talent. Some might well be asked to be in more than one scene/play. Four directors, with years of experience with the Stage Club, will be involved in the special production to mark seven decades of community theater in Singapore. They are currently finalizing the selection of scenes and plays. To give you some idea of what’s in store, selections have already been made from four plays – which have been performed in past years. They include: • Geoffrey Chaucer’s timeless “Canterbury Tales”, and when presented by the Club in 2001, the actors: “burst onto the stage with all the energy and exuberance of the originals…. which adds up to wonderfully entertaining theater”; • George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion”, which was set in the early 1900s, was the basis for the musical “My Fair Lady”, featuring the Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle and the English professor Henry Higgins; • “How the Other Half Loves”, by Alan Ayckbourn, features two very different couples in two separate but over-lapping living rooms, set in the late 1960s • Richard Gordon’s raucous comedy “Doctor in the House”, which covers the exploits and various pranks of young medical students and nurses set in London in the 1950s. The production calls for a wide range of ages and styles in acting and singing. But as can be detected by the scenes/plays already chosen, there is more opportunity for comedy and “characters” than straight drama. Auditions Details: It will be a group audition, so be prepared to stay the full session of the audition. Each audition should last about 2 hours. Please come on time. Please come prepared with a short piece, which you think might be appropriate for one of the scenes/plays, or which best displays your talent. You might well have been involved in previous Stage Club productions, so you could always select something you’ve done before. But even if you have never been on stage before and think you have “a hidden talent”, come and show us what you do best. Over the years, The Stage Club has often provided a platform for “new talent” and whether you are “foreign talent” or Singaporean, all are encouraged to audition for this the highlight production of the club’s 70th year. Should you have any questions, please email the Executive Director Elena Scherer at admin@stageclub.com If for some reason, you cannot attend the auditions at the times/dates given, and would like to be considered for the show, please email with your details, including something about yourself and your experience. It might well be possible to arrange further auditions.

    3 weeks ago

    AUDITION NOTICE: SPECIAL 70 ANNIVERSARY PRODUCTION.

    March 11, 2015, 7:00pm

    203 Henderson Road #07-01 Block A, Singapore 159546, Singapore 159546

    PERFORMANCE DATES : May 27 to 30, 2015. The Stage Club has produced more than 300 shows over seven decades, the latest just finished was “Don’t Dress for Dinner” with a cast of six talented players, some very new and others very experienced. The May production will consist of seven scenes from seven plays – averaging 15 minutes each - as well as some musical interludes. The show will require a cast of at least 30 with acting and singing talent. Some might well be asked to be in more than one scene/play. Four directors, with years of experience with the Stage Club, will be involved in the special production to mark seven decades of community theater in Singapore. They are currently finalizing the selection of scenes and plays. To give you some idea of what’s in store, selections have already been made from four plays – which have been performed in past years. They include: • Geoffrey Chaucer’s timeless “Canterbury Tales”, and when presented by the Club in 2001, the actors: “burst onto the stage with all the energy and exuberance of the originals…. which adds up to wonderfully entertaining theater”; • George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion”, which was set in the early 1900s, was the basis for the musical “My Fair Lady”, featuring the Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle and the English professor Henry Higgins; • “How the Other Half Loves”, by Alan Ayckbourn, features two very different couples in two separate but over-lapping living rooms, set in the late 1960s • Richard Gordon’s raucous comedy “Doctor in the House”, which covers the exploits and various pranks of young medical students and nurses set in London in the 1950s. The production calls for a wide range of ages and styles in acting and singing. But as can be detected by the scenes/plays already chosen, there is more opportunity for comedy and “characters” than straight drama. Auditions Details: It will be a group audition, so be prepared to stay the full session of the audition. Each audition should last about 2 hours. Please come on time. Please come prepared with a short piece, which you think might be appropriate for one of the scenes/plays, or which best displays your talent. You might well have been involved in previous Stage Club productions, so you could always select something you’ve done before. But even if you have never been on stage before and think you have “a hidden talent”, come and show us what you do best. Over the years, The Stage Club has often provided a platform for “new talent” and whether you are “foreign talent” or Singaporean, all are encouraged to audition for this the highlight production of the club’s 70th year. Should you have any questions, please email the Executive Director Elena Scherer at admin@stageclub.com If for some reason, you cannot attend the auditions at the times/dates given, and would like to be considered for the show, please email with your details, including something about yourself and your experience. It might well be possible to arrange further auditions.

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    PERFORMANCE DATES : May 27 to 30, 2015. The Stage Club has produced more than 300 shows over seven decades, the latest just finished was “Don’t Dress for Dinner” with a cast of six talented players, some very new and others very experienced. The May production will consist of seven scenes from seven plays – averaging 15 minutes each - as well as some musical interludes. The show will require a cast of at least 30 with acting and singing talent. Some might well be asked to be in more than one scene/play. Four directors, with years of experience with the Stage Club, will be involved in the special production to mark seven decades of community theater in Singapore. They are currently finalizing the selection of scenes and plays. To give you some idea of what’s in store, selections have already been made from four plays – which have been performed in past years. They include: • Geoffrey Chaucer’s timeless “Canterbury Tales”, and when presented by the Club in 2001, the actors: “burst onto the stage with all the energy and exuberance of the originals…. which adds up to wonderfully entertaining theater”; • George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion”, which was set in the early 1900s, was the basis for the musical “My Fair Lady”, featuring the Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle and the English professor Henry Higgins; • “How the Other Half Loves”, by Alan Ayckbourn, features two very different couples in two separate but over-lapping living rooms, set in the late 1960s • Richard Gordon’s raucous comedy “Doctor in the House”, which covers the exploits and various pranks of young medical students and nurses set in London in the 1950s. The production calls for a wide range of ages and styles in acting and singing. But as can be detected by the scenes/plays already chosen, there is more opportunity for comedy and “characters” than straight drama. Auditions Details: It will be a group audition, so be prepared to stay the full session of the audition. Each audition should last about 2 hours. Please come on time. Please come prepared with a short piece, which you think might be appropriate for one of the scenes/plays, or which best displays your talent. You might well have been involved in previous Stage Club productions, so you could always select something you’ve done before. But even if you have never been on stage before and think you have “a hidden talent”, come and show us what you do best. Over the years, The Stage Club has often provided a platform for “new talent” and whether you are “foreign talent” or Singaporean, all are encouraged to audition for this the highlight production of the club’s 70th year. Should you have any questions, please email the Executive Director Elena Scherer at admin@stageclub.com If for some reason, you cannot attend the auditions at the times/dates given, and would like to be considered for the show, please email with your details, including something about yourself and your experience. It might well be possible to arrange further auditions.

    3 weeks ago

    AUDITION NOTICE: SPECIAL 70 ANNIVERSARY PRODUCTION.

    March 11, 2015, 7:00pm

    203 Henderson Road #07-01 Block A, Singapore 159546, Singapore 159546

    PERFORMANCE DATES : May 27 to 30, 2015. The Stage Club has produced more than 300 shows over seven decades, the latest just finished was “Don’t Dress for Dinner” with a cast of six talented players, some very new and others very experienced. The May production will consist of seven scenes from seven plays – averaging 15 minutes each - as well as some musical interludes. The show will require a cast of at least 30 with acting and singing talent. Some might well be asked to be in more than one scene/play. Four directors, with years of experience with the Stage Club, will be involved in the special production to mark seven decades of community theater in Singapore. They are currently finalizing the selection of scenes and plays. To give you some idea of what’s in store, selections have already been made from four plays – which have been performed in past years. They include: • Geoffrey Chaucer’s timeless “Canterbury Tales”, and when presented by the Club in 2001, the actors: “burst onto the stage with all the energy and exuberance of the originals…. which adds up to wonderfully entertaining theater”; • George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion”, which was set in the early 1900s, was the basis for the musical “My Fair Lady”, featuring the Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle and the English professor Henry Higgins; • “How the Other Half Loves”, by Alan Ayckbourn, features two very different couples in two separate but over-lapping living rooms, set in the late 1960s • Richard Gordon’s raucous comedy “Doctor in the House”, which covers the exploits and various pranks of young medical students and nurses set in London in the 1950s. The production calls for a wide range of ages and styles in acting and singing. But as can be detected by the scenes/plays already chosen, there is more opportunity for comedy and “characters” than straight drama. Auditions Details: It will be a group audition, so be prepared to stay the full session of the audition. Each audition should last about 2 hours. Please come on time. Please come prepared with a short piece, which you think might be appropriate for one of the scenes/plays, or which best displays your talent. You might well have been involved in previous Stage Club productions, so you could always select something you’ve done before. But even if you have never been on stage before and think you have “a hidden talent”, come and show us what you do best. Over the years, The Stage Club has often provided a platform for “new talent” and whether you are “foreign talent” or Singaporean, all are encouraged to audition for this the highlight production of the club’s 70th year. Should you have any questions, please email the Executive Director Elena Scherer at admin@stageclub.com If for some reason, you cannot attend the auditions at the times/dates given, and would like to be considered for the show, please email with your details, including something about yourself and your experience. It might well be possible to arrange further auditions.

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