An Inspector Calls by JB Priestly

The classic English drama about social justice and collective responsibility.

To be preformed from September 29th to October 7th.

To be directed by Bruce Olive, assisted by Alex Meloni

Auditions: Tuesday 25th July 2023, 7:30pm

At Buderim War Memorial Hall


Arthur Birling – 50’s – Patriarch of the Birling family who owns a profitable manufacturing company.

Sybil Birling – Married to Arthur

Sheila Birling – 20’s – daughter of Arthur and Sybil

Eric Birling – older brother of Sheila

Gerald Croft – fiancĂ© of Sheila and son of the owner of another manufacturing company.

Inspector Goole – 40’s plus – A representative of the local police force sent to investigate a suicide.

Edna – the Birlings’ maid.

The AGES outlines above are indication only.


For more information, please call Bruce 0457 438 236 or Alex 0403 771 641.

Pending permission from Origin Theatrical.

Ensemble preparing for Romeo and Juliet (2018)

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Above and beyond anything, all you need is confidence and a ‘Give it a Go’ mindset. Will you always get the part? No, but you will always learn and will most likely have a great time as well!

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