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Sweet Charity Auditions – Sunday 27 January 2019

Auditions for Sweet Charity will take place on Sunday 27 January 2019 between 2pm and 6pm at Molesey Community Centre, Bishop Fox Way, Molesey    KT8 2AS. For those who cannot attend on Sunday there is an alternative – Tuesday 29 January at 7:45pm in Molesey Community Centre.

Audition Forms must be filled in and submitted to the Chairman by Wednesday 23 January 2019, and timed slots will be allocated. There is a £5 fee for auditions which is deducted from your Show Fee. Ideally come to our rehearsal evening on Wednesday 23 January so we can see who is auditioning. This takes place at  Vine Hall, Vine Road, East Molesey  KT8 9LF from 7:45pm.

Auditions will take place in front of the Audition Panel alone. Audition results will be notified by email, after the second set of auditions on Tuesday 29 January.

Audition material can be found at the following links :-

Sweet Charity

Writers:      Neil Simon (from the New York stage production book by), Federico Fellini (based upon the screenplay of "Nights of Cabiria")

Music by:   Cy Colman and Dorothy Fields. And presented by arrangement with MusicScope & Stage Musicals Ltd. of New York.

 

To be performed at The Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Walton-on-Thames in June 2019

Director:                   James Fortune

Musical Director:    Barry Pritchard


 

Sweet Charity: The Adventures of a Girl Who Wanted to Be Loved 

Have you ever known a girl who wanted something so badly that she tried too hard to get it?

Meet Sweet Charity, the girl who wants to be loved so much that she has lost sight of who she is. Charity sings, dances, laughs and cries her way through romances with the “animal magnetism” hero, the “ultra-chic continental” hero, and the “impossible-to believe-but-he’s-better than nothing” type hero.

Her world is the all too real world of Times Square, and the people who pass through her world are as deceptively charming a group as ever swept across any stage. From her cynical, hard-core trio of girlfriends at the dance hall, to the phony evangelist, the Coney Island “fun people,” the Central Park “strollers” and the YMHA “self-improvers,” every character is interesting. (From Musicscope)

With toe-tapping musical numbers, including Big SpenderIf My Friends Could See Me NowToo Many TomorrowsThere’s Gotta Be Something Better Than This, I’m a Brass Band and Baby, Dream Your Dream, it's set to be a great show to be involved in.