Anne of Avonlea
Starting in April Redwood will be presenting a dramatization of L. M. Montgomery’s famous novel which has been read and loved by millions since its publication in 1909. The little girl of “Green Gables” has become a grown-up school teacher of seventeen. How she faces the first real problems of her life form the basis of Jeanette Carlisle’s faithful adaptation.
The show will be staged in three-quarter thrust with ~60 seats of intimate “oh my- they really are that close” (all audience within 4-12′ of actors) seating.
March 11th, 7:30pm
March 13th, 7:30pm
March 14th, 7:30pm
Send an email to email@example.com to confirm which audition date that you will be attending.
Faith Lutheran Church
9041 166th Ave NE, Redmond, WA 98052
There are five performances at the Fred Meitzer stage at the Redmond Senior Center on 4/26, 4/27, 4/28 matinee, 5/3, and 5/4.
Four 8pm performances on 4/26, 4/27, 5/3 & 5/4
Fred W. Meitzer Theatre within the Redmond Municipal Campus
8703 160th Ave NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Auditions are a general open call without appointments or prepared readings- we will be doing cold readings from the script, everyone will be read at least twice, and an opportunity to read for specific things they haven’t read for but are interested in reading for is generally provided depending on the number of people.
One performance of the five performances is designated as an “actor’s benefit night” with door proceeds in excess of hall rental and royalty split equally between members of the cast and crew.
Rachel – a woman in her fifty’s
Marilla – a woman of about fifty
Anne – a girl of seventeen
Mr. Harrison – a man of forty-five
Diana – a girl of seventeen
Gilbert – a boy of eighteen
Jane – a girl of seventeen*
Julia – a girl of seventeen*
Gertie – a girl of eighteen
Fred – a boy of eighteen
Tommy – a boy of nineteen
Paul – a boy of ten
Sarah – a girl of sixteen
Emily – a woman of thirty-five
*Twins get preference for this pairing.