Casting calls are coming up for two productions: one to haunt the mind and chill the bones; the other to make the heart swell and soar.
Gordon Ingleby is directing “The Spirit of Annie Ross”, a modern ghost story infused with comedy and written by Bernard Farrell. The play requires two women (one in their 50s; the other aged around 20) and three men (65, 50s, 30s).
The reading will take place on Wednesday at 7-30pm at Colne’s Little Theatre.
Amanda Whittington’s “Be My Baby” is a musical set in 1964 about women living in sheltered accommodation during pregnancy, whose babies are immediately given up for adoption upon birth. It stars six actresses (four 20 or under; two in their 40s - 50s) and will be directed by Alan Hargreaves.
Readings and auditions will be held on Friday, July 29th and Friday, August 12th, both at 7pm at The Little Theatre.
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