Auditions Tomorrow!

You can still audition for the World Premiere of Kate ‘n’ Spence written and directed by Robert Cooperman at the Evolution Theater Company.

Auditions are Decmeber 19th at the Upper Arlington Public Library in the Friends Theater.

They are casting 2 male and 1 female roles:

Kate: mid-to-late 30s, a vivacious, charismatic woman.  She is quick to both anger and joy and is not afraid to speak her mind.
Spence: early-mid 40s, a typical middle-aged man with no distinguishing features.  Neatly dressed, as he always arrives having just come from work.  Often very tentative.
Nate: about 25-30 years old, a strapping bulldozer of a man.  He looks as though he could be a bouncer and can cast a rather intimidating presence.
*Descriptions provided by Evolution Theater Co.*

For more information click here.

AUDITIONS: Columbus Children’s Theatre


The Columbus Children’s Theatre is holding auditions for Arthur and the Magic Sword directed by Nancy Williams.

The auditions are Dec. 1 and 2 at 7 p.m. Callbacks are on Dec. 3 at 7 p.m.

Actors will be asked to read from a script. The children’s theatre says to prepare to move; bring comfortable shoes.

Adult roles include: Merlin, Sir Lot of Orkney, Lady Margawse, Sir Uriens, Morgan Le Fay, Sir Leodegrance, Sir Hector, The Earl of Begdemagus, The Archbishop of Canterbury, King Uther Pendragon, and Lady Lenore.

Children’s roles include: Arthur  (age 12-17), Kay (Arthur’s brother, age 12-17), Marion (Arthur’s friend, age 12-17), Agravaine (Sir Lot’s son, age 12-17), and Messenger (age 12-18). 

For more information, visit their website here.

Literatours: Isle of Wight Literary Festival 2013

If you happen to find yourself anywhere near the Isle of Wight, make sure you attend the 2013 Isle of Wight Literary Festival. This year,  there will be an inaugural Isle of Wight Bus Tour, featuring the voices of Celia Imrie, Hugh Bonneville, Richard E Grant and many other fabulous actorly types. A literary festival is the stuff of our DREAMS here at BCM. Swoon! Perhaps we’ll be lucky enough to go one day. In the meantime, we’ll just have to live vicariously through those of you that are lucky enough to be there.

This post is short and sweet (that hardly ever happens around here), but BCM is off to a major socialite do this evening (stay tuned!). Ta-ta for now.