CASTING CALL + OPEN AUDITIONS | PETER PAN 2023

Dear Members, Audience, and Freinds,

Pratts Bottom Dramatics Society are holding open auditions for the January 2023 panto. All abilities and ages are welcome, we are looking for lead characters, singers, chorus, and dancers to bring Neverland to life!


We are hosting a read-through on the 5th of September @ 7.30pm at Pratts Bottom Primary School, BR6 7NX. Where you will be able to get a feel for the script and take home some audition pieces.


Open auditions are 12th and 14th of September @ 7.30pm Pratts Bottom Primary School BR6 7NX.


We will begin rehearsals on the 19th of September and rehearsals are Monday and Wednesdays at 7.30 with the odd exception.


Below are some of the characters you might be interested in:


TINKER BELL A pixie with attitude! JOHN DARLING Adventurous and pragmatic son of the Darlings. MICHAEL DARLING The youngest of the Darlings. WENDY DARLING The headstrong, eldest of the Darling children. DAME DARLING/LADY STARKEY Mother of the Darlings/A pirate wench – Smee’s mother. The Dame. MR. DARLING/CAPTAIN HOOK Officious Father of the Darlings/The dastardly pirate. PETER PAN The boy who never grew up. SMEE The bumbling, lovable first mate. TIGER LILY Daughter of the Indian Chief. CHIEF BIG WILLIE The head of the Indian tribe.

THE LOST BOYS TOOTLES NIBS CURLY SLIGHTLY THE TWINS

ADDITIONAL CAST PIRATES

THE MERMAIDS: ARIEL – PERSIL – BOLD INDIANS GORILLA THE CROCODILE


As well as actors we are also looking for set painters, props, musicians, stagehands, and carpenters!


Show dates:

January 26th - Evening January 27th - Evening January 28 Matinee and Evening


Please feel free to circulate this email to friends and family.


If you are planning to come to the read-through or auditions, please let us know.

Hope to see you there!


For more information please contact us on 079104 28112 or by email at prattsbottomdramatics@gmail.com. Kind regards, Jack



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