Friday 20th March 2020 4 people per team €10 per person
Rehearsed Reading Season 2019/20 Auditions for Mothers Day and Significant Loss Written by: Sarah Fahy Director: Breege Fahy Mother’s Day A mother with Alzheimer’s. A documentary of her life. A family bond. Three lives unwind. Mother’s Day is a short play written by Sarah Fahy. It won Best Script at The Clairemorris Fringe Festival 2019, […]
NANNIE’S NIGHT OUT A comedy in one act. by Sean O’Casey It is just 2 years after the establishment of the Free State. Nannie, out of jail, intends to have a good night on the streets of her impoverished, north inner city Dublin. Meanwhile various people are surreptitiously seeking a free place to live. Others […]
Rehearsed Reading Season 2019/20 Mothers Day and Significant Loss Written by: Sarah Fahy Director: Breege Fahy Auditions will take place on Time: 7 – 9 pm Date: Tuesday 14th and Wed 15th January Venue: Teachers Club ask at bar for room number 8 pm Saturday 29th February Two new original one-act plays by Sarah Fahy. […]
Paul Maher is looking for actors for a rehearsed, site specific reading of ‘In the Shadow of the Glen’ by John Millington Synge at Glenmalure Youth Hostel on Sunday 18 August. The actors required are Young men x2 Older man Young woman. Glenmalure Hostel is believed to be the site of the cottage in which the action […]
Auditions for Rehearsed Reading Season 2019/20 BLACK SUNSHINE Rehearsed Reading Saturday 31st August 2019 Written by: Ray Murray Director: Valerie Greene Auditions: Wednesday 17th July @ 8.30pm & Thursday 18th July @ 8pm Venue: Teachers Club Please Contact: Ray 086-3728476 or firstname.lastname@example.org from 21st June – 5th July or Valerie 086-8837138 or email@example.com on or after 6th July SYNOPSIS “Black Sunshine is a full length play […]
The theme for our Rehearsed Reading this year is: “As You Like It” Relevant Dates for your diary Saturday January 18th 2020 Nannie’s Night Out by Sean O’Casey, directed by Eilish Kelly NIGHTLY AT 7:30PM No prior booking for rehearsed readings. Patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.