Auditons set for one act plays

Portal Players Dramatic Society is auditioning male and female actors 18 and over at the Capitol Theatre on April 15 for four one-act plays.

Portal Players Dramatic Society is seeking actors 18 years and over, both male and female, for four one-act plays to be presented at the Capitol Theatre in July.

No acting experience? No problem—come on out and give it a try.

Auditions will be held at the Capitol Theatre on Argyle Street Sunday, April 15 at 1 p.m. and Tuesday, April 17 at 7 p.m. There is no need to reserve a spot at the auditions, just turn up. Auditions will consist solely of readings from the plays. The performances will run Thursday through Saturday, July 19–21 and July 26–28.

For more info, please contact the producer, Derek Burke, at derekjburke@gmail.com or 250-724-6871.

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