Stepping Out, the famous comedy play by Richard Harris, will be staged at New Mills Art Theatre.
If you are interested in taking part in the production, which will be staged from November 23 to 26, come along to a get-together at The Art Theatre, Jodrell Street, New Mills on Monday, March 14, at 8pm.
At the get-together, you will meet the director/choreographer, Natalie Coverley, and find out all about the play, audition dates and collect audition pieces. Auditions will be held on April 17.
The production team is looking for performers with great stage presence and comic timing. A willingness to learn how to tap is a must. All are welcome – whether you have had previous stage experience or not.
Stepping Out is a high energy, heartfelt comedy play about a professional dancer who runs a tap dancing class in a dingy church hall. Her students are seven women and one man, all of different ages, backgrounds and characters. Their teacher mediates through all their ups and downs and with hard work from all, transforms them into confident people and triumphant tappers.
If you can’t make it to the get-together and would like further information, call 01298 25750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If treading the boards is not for you, why not join the volunteers who run the back stage technical crews or front of house team at the Art Theatre? All profits from ticket sales go back into the upkeep of this theatre. To find out more, go to the website - www.arttheatre.co.uk