Auditions Monday 19th May

For the 2014 Season of One Act Plays

WHEN: Monday 19th May at 7.30pm
WHERE: Buderim War Memorial Hall , cnr Main and Church Sts, Buderim.

“The Way Out” written and directed by Sue Sewell

Sandra Bacon 50’s – 60’s
Glenys Cartwright 50’s – 60’s
Detective Senior Sgt. O’Brien Male or female
Detective Constable Harris Male or female


Glenys Cartwright confesses a crime to her sister Sandra, expecting her sympathy and understanding. However, she is shocked at Sandra’s reaction and looks for a way out of her predicament, even though it could mean sacrificing her beloved grandson.

ENQUIRIES: Sue Sewell: 54458028/0421677714

“Moving Out” written and directed by Judy Fredriksen

Tracy Stevens:Single mother, mid 40s, works in a jewellery store, Surfers Paradise, mousey, lacking ambition.
Cassie Stevens: Tracy’s daughter, late teens/early 20s, unemployed, irresponsible, lives with Tracy, a bit of a princess.

Adam Blackwell: Cassie’s boyfriend, early 20s, bar manager at Sharks Aussie Rules Club, Southport, sensible, responsible.
Danny Blackwell: Adam’s father, mid 40s, owns a restaurant in Sydney, always the jovial host, likes to be in charge.
Shelley Blackwell: Danny’s wife, Adam’s mother, mid 40s, trendy, vibrant, the family peacemaker, helps run family restaurant.
Marg:Tracy’s neighbour, has a 40-yr old son, tactless & bossy.

It’s 2013. Adam asks Cassie to move in with him, but Tracy does not approve. Although she likes Adam, Tracy thinks Cassie is very immature and irresponsible. Tracy has struggled as a single mum all her life after Cassie’s father was killed in an explosion on an oil rig off WA. When Adam’s parents holiday on the Gold Coast, they meet Tracy and Cassie, but the true identity of Cassie’s father is revealed, leaving them all shocked.

ENQUIRIES: Judy Fredrikson: 54942398/0417605141

“Call Centre Call” written by Bruce Olive, directed by Alison Lambole

One male actor: aged 20-40 years
One female actress: aged 18 – 40 years

Ever rang a service, hoping to speak to a ‘live human being’? Ever wondered what happened to living breathing customer service representatives? Henry is a man looking for just that.

Call Centre Call takes a very real and humorous approach at the way we live in the 21st Century. He meets Karen, an automated voice response system and since everything in our world seems to be computer generated, they spark up a relationship. The final twist in the tale questions whether we are becoming a dehumanized society.

ENQUIRIES: Alison Lambole: 54766169/0410967904


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