Audition call for Portal’s latest stage production

Portal Players Dramatic Society in Alberni is holding auditions for The Attic, The Pearls and Three Fine Girls next week.

Portal Players Dramatic Society will hold auditions for The Attic, The Pearls and Three Fine Girls next week.

The play is a mix of comedy and drama.

Auditions, consisting of readings from the play, will be held at The Capitol Theatre on Monday, Nov. 19 and Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. No need to register in advance: just turn up.

Directors Derek and Deb Burke are looking for three female actors aged from early to late 30s—give or take five years.

Characters are three sisters: Jelly, the youngest, an artist; Jane, a high-flying business executive; and Jo-Jo, the eldest, a professor of English  Literature.

A copy of the play is available for reading at the theatre.

Rehearsals start in February; cast readings will take place earlier. The play opens April 19.

For further information, please contact Derek Burke by e-mail at derekjburke@gmail.com.

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