The Woman in Black
The Woman in Black
Casting and Creative Associates Opportunities
The Youth Theatre Project
One of the West End’s longest-running plays, The Woman in Black has been terrifying audiences in London since 1989.
Following the story of lawyer Arthur Kipps, who visits the haunted Eel Marsh House, The Woman in Black is an intense psychological thriller that has gripped audiences for decades. When Alice Drablow of Eel Marsh House dies, Kipps is sent to settle her estate. As he approaches the nearby village, he notices that something is not quite right and soon hears rumours about the doomed Marsh House and fated Woman in Black. Sceptical at first, Kipps takes on the case, but soon regrets his involvement.
Middle age to slightly older man
17 + male
17 + female
Audition preparation for the above roles will be advised once appointment setting is complete.
Creative Associate opportunities will be granted by interview process on the same day as auditions.
Assistant Stage Manager:
To assist the Director and Stage Manager in the rehearsal room with administrative and general rehearsal duties as directed. To assist the Stage Manager for technical rehearsals and performances including prop management.
To assist Costume Designer with costume design, creation, maintenance and laundering of the collection. Attend some rehearsals and all technical and dress rehearsals as well as performances in order to manage the wardrobe.
Lighting / Audio Visual Associates:
Opportunities exist for young emerging Creatives to be mentored by the Production Designers.
There is a small allowance available to successful actors and associates to assist with travel and incidentals. Interested people must be able to commit to the entire project with part time rehearsal commencing in late July or early August. Performances will take place within HOTA: Home of the Arts new Outdoor Stage in early October 2018.
The following attributes will be well regarded.
- Proven interest and background
- Experience in school or amateur productions
- Tertiary training
- Willingness and availability