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    Auditions for the annual Pantomime

    September 18, 2014, 8:00pm

    The Stageclub, Singapore

    It’s that magical time of year when the pantomime is here for all the good boys and girls, and mums and dads! Auditions: Thursday, 18th September, 8pm Sunday, 21st September, 2pm until 4pm Monday, 22nd September, 8pm All auditions will be at The Stage Club, Henderson Industrial Park. 203 Henderson Road, #07-01, Singapore 159546. You must be available day and evening for show dates of 29th/30th Nov (Tanglin Club) and 7th Dec (British Club). Interested actors please email me at elena@redgum.com.sg. Come one, come all! This is Barry’s last panto in Singapore so don’t miss out! Rehearsal schedule will be Mondays and Thursdays until Jerusalem is in theatre (and there will be no rehearsals that week), subject to change! ALADDIN by Barry Woolhead Cast Genie of the Lamp (male; powerful genie, trapped in the lamp in the Cave of a Thousand Ahhhhhhs.) Genie of the Ring (female; also trapped in the Cave. Has a love-hate relationship with genie of the Lamp; always squabbling.) Widow Twanky (panto dame; owner of Twanky’s laundry; mother of Wishee Washee and Aladdin. On the look out for a new man.) Traditionally played by a male Wishy Washy (Aladdin’s brother; well-meaning and jolly; lots of interaction with audience; everyone’s friend.) Aladdin (principal boy. Hero of the show; innocent, playful, not interested in girls, until he meets the Princess.) Traditionally played by a female ad able to sing Abanazar (the villain of the show; desperate for power and wealth; wants to get hold of the lamp, but his evil nature makes it impossible for him to enter the cave.) So-Shy (Abanazar’s servant girl; essentially good at heart.) Emperor (man of great power – but dwindling finances; wants to marry his daughter off to a wealthy prince.) Princess Jamsin (would have been Jasmine, but for Daddy’s pronunciation problem. The heroine and love interest. Wants to break away from the shackles of being a princess and just be herself.) Able to sing Grand Vizier (right hand man – or woman - to the Emperor; pompous and loyal.) PC Ping and PC Pong The Emperor’s special police; comic double act. Totally incompetent.

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    Jerusalem : Singapore Debut

    October 15, 2014, 7:30pm

    DBS Arts Centre

    One of the most celebrated and controversial plays of the 21st century will make its Singapore debut in October 2014. Singapore’s oldest theatre company, The Stage Club, is delighted to present a cast of fourteen talented actors, directed by Nick Kenny in West End and Broadway sell-out sensation Jerusalem. Jez Butterworth's fantastically entertaining state-of-the-nation piece about an outlaw and the erosion of English country life has enchanted audiences since its debut in 2009. It is St. George's Day and annual carnival week in Pewsey, Wiltshire. Johnny "Rooster" Byron, a local wastrel and modern day Pied Piper, is a wanted man. The council officials want to serve him an eviction notice. His campsite near to the fast encroaching town is the last bastion against petty officialdom and working class drudgery. Batons and riot shields are lining up on the “Walcott Road”. The wooded kingdom will soon be crushed, but Johnny, who serves alcohol to a motley crew of local youths, is unabashed. Immune even to the frustrations of those that love and advise him, it's business as usual! Imagine if you will “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” on steroids brought raucously into a modern day setting. DJs, mobile phones, caravans, stuntmen, colloquial dialogue, Nigerian traffic wardens, booze and a village town hall crisis meeting! Jerusalem is a defiant celebration of freedom, a hymn to folk stories and mystery interlaced with a creeping sense of dread for the near future permeating the air. The Stage Club is delighted to be the first theatre company to bring this raucously entertaining play, to Singapore.

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