Beechmont Players is in need of several male actors for its summer, family-friendly production of The Trials of Robin Hood. An additional audition has been set:
Wednesday, May 27, 7:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Anderson Center Station: 7832 Five Mile Road (bus stop south of/up the hill from the Anderson Center)
BPI is in need of male actors to fill the following roles:
Friar Tuck: 30s-40s-a bit portly would be good. He will also play an Evil Lord and a Peasant. A somewhat shady character.
Little John: 20s-30s. He also plays a peasant. A member of the Merry Men and good with a quarter staff.
William Church: Part of the Merry Men
Daniel Boyle: Part of the Merry Men
Nathaniel Piper: Part of the Merry Men
Finn Lucky: A Sheriff’s soldier
Tobias: A Sheriff’s soldier
Much the Miller’s Son/Madge the Miller’s Daughter: no age requirement. A little drag going on here.
Edward of Locksley: 40s-50s. He is the father of all of the Robins. Also plays Lord Duncan and a Townsman.
Please contact director Lynne Aronson with any questions: 513.624.8665
Back from the Crusades, King Richard sifts through conflicting stories to figure out what happened in his absence. Told from the testimony of Robin himself, Maid Marian and Prince John, this family-friendly comedy combines three different stories into one hilarious trial.
The Trials of Robin Hood will run August 7 – 15, 2015, at the Anderson Center Theatre.