Ever wondered what it’s like to be in the rehearsal room with professional actors and their director? Would you love the fly-on-the-wall opportunity to feel the energy and excitement as a script is brought to life during the early readthrough process?
In a series of rehearsed readings, produced in collaboration with Pitlochry Festival Theatre, you have the rare chance to watch professional actors practising their craft, in an entertaining script-in-hand reading of a classic play.
The rehearsed reading will take place via Zoom, and a Q&A session with the director and cast will follow the reading. The first rehearsed reading will be:
By Louisa May Alcott, adapted by Anne-Marie Casey
Wednesday 27 May, 7pm
“You must cherish your illusions if they make you happy”.
The charming story of the March sisters – Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth – four little women enduring hardships and enjoying adventures in Civil War New England.
Abigail ‘Marmee’ March – Tina Chiang (Bodyguard; Coronation Street)
Jo March – Rachael McAllister (Son of a Preacher Man - stage)
Meg March – Felicity Sparks (Andy Capp The Musical - stage)
Beth March – Barbara Hockaday (North and South - stage)
Amy March – Victoria Brazier (The Secret Garden – stage; Emmerdale)
Aunt March – Harvey Virdi (Hollyoaks; Doctors)
Theodore ‘Laurie’ Laurence – Max Gell (The Mousetrap - stage; Mr Selfridge)
Professor Friedrich Bhaer / John Brooke / Dr Moore - Orlando Wells (Belgravia; Casualty)
The second play in our series of rehearsed readings is Sense & Sensibility. Click here for more information.
Notices & Guidance:
This event it suitable for anyone aged 14+.
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