The April play “Flying Feathers” is short of 1 female and 1 male. Here’s the blurb about the play –
When Chief Constable Henry Potterton and his sister, Sarah, arrive at the peaceful country house of their late brother, Bernard, they are astonished to find scantily-clad ladies wandering about, not knowing that during Bernard’s absence on a religious commune in the Orkneys his housekeeper, Nora Winthrop, has turned the place into a “house of sin”. As Nora is not expecting a visit from the Chief Constable, and is fearful of the questions he will ask, she hastily tries to hide the truth from him. This leads to many hilarious comings and goings, involving one of her clients who is dressed as a vicar, a window cleaner in a laundry basket, and a meek solicitor on horseback When Bernard also turns up from the Orkneys (or from Heaven!) and it is seen that he and Henry are identical twins, the house-hold is thrown into further confusion and chaos, leading to an unexpected climax.
We need 1 young lady to play one of the scantily-clad ladies. Don’t worry too much about the scantily-clad part, the director is allowing the ladies to wear whatever they feel comfortable in.
We also need 1 man to play a solicitor. This part can be very flexible when it comes to the age.
Please get in touch asap if you are interested or if you know of anyone who might be interested.