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North Shore Players Auditions for:

“AND THEN THERE WERE NONE” by Agatha Christie

Audition dates: March 27 & 28, 7 – 9 PM
Loc: Hogan Regional Center Auditorium

I’m looking for 10 victims for Agatha Christie’s classic mystery And Then There Were None. Ten people at an isolated island are being murdered one by one. ~ Martin Fucio, Producer. (

Ted Eaton is director.  Ted prefers that actors bring their own two-minute monologues to the audition.  The show has uncomplicated, but vital, sound effects and lighting. I need good people for that. Although costuming is simple, the show is props heavy, so also need somebody good there. And a Stage Manager.

All rehearsals will be at Hogan. Ted prefers that actors bring their own two-minute monologues. Rehearsals start April 2, and will be Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Show dates: May 19, 20 & 21

Here are the cast descriptions, and when they die:
 Narracott - the only non-victim, a delivery guy (or gal), off stage by p. 18.
Marston - A good-looking young man of twenty-three or so, rich, spoiled - not very intelligent. Poisoned p. 42 (end of Act 1).
Mrs. Rogers - She is a thin, worried, frightened-looking woman. Poisoned p. 50.
General MacKenzie - Upright, soldierly old man with a gentle, tired face. Stabbed p. 64.

Rogers - Not a butler, but a house-parlor man. Quick and deft. Just a trifle specious. Axed p. 73.

Miss Emily Brent - She is a tall, thin spinster with a disagreeable, suspicious face. Drug overdose p. 74.

Wargrave - He’s a judge, senior citizen, intelligent, dignified. Shot p. 84, but shows up on the last page.

Blore - A middle-aged, thickset man; is wearing rather loud clothes and is giving his impression of a gold magnate. His eyes dart about, making notes of everything. Crushed p. 92.

Dr. Armstrong - A fussy, good-looking man of forty-five. He looks rather tired. Pushed off cliff. p. 93.

Vera - She is a good-looking girl of twenty-five. Female lead, she survives.

Lombard - He is an attractive, lean man of thirty-four, well-tanned, with a touch of the adventurer about him. Male lead, he survives.



Mame  (Dec. 2016, recently completed)

Based on the Novel by Patrick Dennis and

the Play AUNTIE MAME by Lawrence and Lee 

Original Choreography by Onna White Original Direction by Gene Saks Produced for the New York Stage by Fryer, Carr & Harris theatre Tams-Witmark Music Library,



Who is MAME? Some of Mame’s wild, adventurous spirit is inside everyone who lives for the moment and believes that “life is a banquet!” It’s the height of the 1920s and Auntie Mame becomes the guardian for her ten-year-old nephew, Patrick. Special songs include Mame, It’s Today, Open a New Window, If He Walked into My Life, We Need a Little Christmas, Bosom Buddies and That’s How Young I Feel. Her life is turned up-side-down, many of her priorities change, but she still lives life to the fullest.



Plays to be approved for the fall or 2017

1st Selection:  The Addams Family,  Backups:  Young Frankenstein, or Little Shop of Horrors



Recent Main Stage Productions

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