Good Friend of WLT Spreads her Wings!
Stephanie Gonelli has delighted our audiences in recent years... think Mandy in Time Stands Still, Carla in Sweet Road, Grace in London Suite, of which she was also Assistant Director.
Well now she's getting set to direct at Essendon Theatre Company!
Stephanie Gonelli Sweet Road
Here's her audition notice, please pass it on to those you think may be interested in auditioning:
Madagascar by J.T. Rogers
Directed by Stephanie Gonelli
VDL AWARD ENTRY FOR 2017
Tuesday 10 January 2017 6.45pm
Thursday 12 January 2017 6.45pm
Auditions are by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please apply to organise your audition time and for any further information.
Bookings and enquiries :Director Stephanie Gonelli at email@example.com
Bradshaw Street Community Hall
Bradshaw Street (off Buckley Street)
West Essendon VIC 3040
It is expected that all actors will have read the play prior to auditioning. Copies of the script and monologue pieces for each character will be available on the day of your audition.
For the audition please come with a prepared monologue from the play of your desired character and be ready to also read from other sections as requested.
Please be ready to workshop your piece with the director if required, and be aware that the panel may not wish to see all material prepared.
Please attach an up to date CV and a headshot with your email to the director.
2 F (1 x late 20s – late 30s; 1 x late 40s – early 60s)1 M (1 x late 40s – early 60s)
JUNE – late 20s to late 30s. Also plays: FEMALE PASSENGER, WOMAN.
LILIAN – late 40s to early 60s. Also plays: FEMALE TOURIST, and FEMALE TOURIST TWO, THREE and FOUR, FEMALE RELIEF WORKER, EMBASSY WOMAN, FUNERAL GUEST.
NATHAN – late 40s to early 60s. Also plays: MALE TOURIST, and MALE TOURIST TWO and THREE, ECONOMIST, MAN, MALE RELIEF WORKER, FELLOW TRAVELLER.
Madagascar is the haunting story of a mysterious disappearance that changes three lives forever. At three different periods in time, three Americans find themselves alone, in the same hotel room overlooking the Spanish Steps in Rome: June, a young woman who works as a tour guide of the city’s ancient ruins; Lilian, her wealthy and elegant jet-setting mother; and Nathan, a rumpled university economist and the best friend of Lilian’s famous deceased husband. They each tell their individual story of how and why they are here. Their relationship to each other, what this room means to them, and why they have been called to it slowly reveal themselves. Their stories spill out, weave back and forth – each contradicting, clarifying, deepening what the others say – becoming strands of one gripping and disquieting tale.
Rehearsals will be three times a week, Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30pm & Sundays at 12pm.
30 March - 2 April & 6 - 8 April 2017
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Performances at 8pm
Sunday Matinee at 2pm