This satire takes place at Mandacrest, the English country estate of the Hillcrest family. Eminent Egyptologist Lord Edgar Hillcrest is a widower, having lost his beloved wife, Irma Vep. He recently remarried Lady Enid, a stage actress still uneasy with her new position as Lady of the manor. Her maid, Jane, doesn't think she'll ever measure up to Lady Irma. Meanwhile, Lord Edgar is disturbed by strange happenings out on the heath, including the monthly disappearance of his groundskeeper, Nicodemus. Fearing that Mandacrest is haunted by a vengeful vampire, Lord Edgar goes on an expedition to Egypt to discover immortality.
This definitive spoof of Gothic melodramas that was recently revived Off-Broadway to raves, is a quick change marathon in which two actors play all the roles. A sympathetic werewolf, a vampire, and an Egyptian princess brought to life when her tomb is opened make this a comedy that has everything.
2 Male Actors will portray:
LADY ENID HILLCREST LORD EDGAR HILLCREST NICODEMUS UNDERWOOD JANE TWISDEN AN INTRUDER IRMA VEP
Auditions for The Mystery of Irma Vep are to be held at Lee Street theatre at 329 N Lee Street, Salisbury, NC 28144 November 4 & 5 from 7pm to 9pm. Please be prepared to read from the script.
Rehearsals are December 2 through January 15 with Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve, and New Years Day off. Performances will be January 17-19 & 24-26 at 7:30pm.
by Doris Baizley Directed by David Pulliam
April 22 & 23 from 7pm to 9pm
A dedicated Union nurse and a mysterious Confederate refugee meet on the Shiloh battlefield to compete for the title of Best Female Reenactor of the Year. With their young trainees trying to out-do each other in "authenticity," and a concessionaire egging both sides on, their competition leads them into real conflict with Ranger Wilson, an African-American female park ranger who would rather be anywhere than the year 1862, imaginary or not. As the re-enactment rages out of control, all six women discover that some conflicts of the Civil War weren't left behind in 1862.
Clara May Abbott- Female, 40-60
Meg Barton‐ Female, 18-30
Cecilia Delaunay Pettison - Female, 40-60
Lucygayle Scruggs - Female, 18-30
Widow Beckwith - Female, 30-60
Ranger Wilson - Male, 20-40
Auditions for Shiloh Rules are to be held at Lee Street theatre at 329 N Lee Street, Salisbury, NC 28144 April 22 & 23 from 7pm to 9pm. Please be prepared to read from the script.
Performances will be June 13-16 & 20-22.
Scrooge's Christmas Trolley Tour
Adapted from Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol
October 20th & 21st from 1pm to 3pm
All of the roles of these classic characters, from Tiny Tim to Scrooge himself, are paid positions.
Scrooge's Christmas Trolley Tour is a dramatic retelling of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol with a comedic twist. Passengers will travel back in time to Christmases past with Scrooge on his journey via the trolley to view scenes from this wonderful holiday story performed at historic sites in Downtown Salisbury. Beginning November 23rd, Scrooge's Christmas Trolley Tour will run four times every Thursday and five times every Friday and Saturday with final performances December 29th.
Scrooge's Christmas Trolley Tour offers the unique experience of a live theater performance and trolley ride in one. Our performances begin with the trolley's arrival at the Rowan County Convention Bureau. Once the trolley has come to a complete stop and doors open, all guests are invited aboard. During the Trolley ride, passengers will ride with Scrooge and experience his past, present, and future, with each performance lasting about 45 minutes.This estimation includes stops and short scenes on and off the trolley, but time may vary if we experience traffic.
Lee Street theatre is looking for a wide range of actors, ages, and genders so don’t be shy! Come on out to Lee Street theatre and Performing Arts Center at the Tom and Martha Smith Event Center on 329 N Lee Street, Salisbury, NC 28144. Auditions are October 20th and 21st from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. You will be asked to perform some cold readings from the script. There will be a very short rehearsal process requiring mandatory participation from the entire cast. Please come prepared with a detailed list of conflicts starting from October 29th through the run of the tour, ending with our final performance on December 29th.
The Polar Express Train Ride
A North Carolina Transportation Museum Production Directed by Chris Speer
September 22, 23, 29 from 12-5pm
September 30 from 3-5pm
at Steppin' Out Dance Company
Polar Express Auditions are rolling into the station soon! This live, interactive, immersive, theatrical show is based on the beloved 2004 film by Warner Bros. Auditions will take place at Steppin' Out Dance Company, 1401 S Salisbury Ave, Spencer, NC 28159.
Seeking: Actors and Musical Theater Singers to portray various roles (see Character Breakdown)
Character Breakdown: *CONDUCTOR: m, 35-50, charming, outgoing, personable, big presence, non-singing *SANTA CLAUS: m, 40+, warm, sincere, full of real joy, non-singing * HOBO: m, 25-35,high-energy, assertive, gruff and imposing but masks a joyful heart. Light singalong carol singing required. *ENSEMBLE: m/f, 20-35, singer/actors for various roles & duties, outgoing, joy-filled, team players! * HERO BOY: 9 to 12 years old, all ethnicities male. 5’3” or under, sincere & kind, albeit a bit skeptical, non-singing.
ALL POSITIONS PAID.
There are no appointment times for auditions. Organizers will assign people into groups upon arrival. A headshot is not required, nor any prepared material. Everyone is encouraged to dress comfortably. The choreographer will be teaching those auditioning as an elf or chef a short dance combination.