Posted by scadmin On February - 15 - 2017

One Man, Two Guvnors – Auditions     

The Stage Club is pleased to announce open auditions for the brilliant hit comedy by Richard Bean, One Man, Two Guvnors.  Set in 1963 and based on the classic: The Servant of Two Masters (but much funnier), it was first put on at The National Theatre, then the West End and Broadway for several months with James Corden originally in the central role.  Full of cracking one-liners, physical gags, live music and audience participation – it is nothing less than staged exuberance.


Audition Time: 7.30pm – 10.00pm, Monday 20th & Wednesday 22nd February

                                 10.00am -1.00pm, Saturday 25th February


Place:                   The Stage Club, 203 Henderson Road, #07-01, Singapore 159546

Performance Dates: Wednesday 24th – Saturday 27th May 2017; KC Arts Theatre SRT



Charlie ‘Charlie The Duck’ Clench             Decent gangster type (50s)

Pauline Clench                                             His daughter (20s)

Harry Dangle                                                Crooked attorney, tries to be posh (60s)

Alan                                                               Son of Dangle, actor, highly theatrical (20s)

Dolly                                                              An employee of Clench, knows men (30s)

Lloyd                                                              Friend to Clench, ex London/Jamaican (50s)

Francis                                                          Lead role, “The Servant”

Rachel Crabbe                         1st Master, twin sister of Roscoe, disguised as a man, (20s)

Stanley Stubbers                                        2nd Master, posh, privately educated (20s)

Alfie                                                               Waiter, (big physical role), (87!)

Gareth                                                           Head waiter (30 -50)

Ensemble                                                     Taxi driver, Old woman, Vicar, Policeman, Barman


Musicians                                                    Four-piece, early 60s skiffle/pop band


For more details contact Nick Perry on: 96825355 or

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