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With 5 shows left for “I Hate Hamlet”, the 2010-2011 season is not even quite done yet and we are already working hard to ensure a fantastic 2011-2012 season… our 64th!
Please take a gander at what we have in store for you:



By Agatha Christie
October (2011) 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22
Directed by: Zachary J. Palmer
(Mystery) In this classic story, also known as “Ten Little Indians,” ten strangers are invited to an island under false pretenses, only to find than an unseen person is killing them one by one.



By Nancy Frick
January (2012) 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21
Directed by: Fran Carroll
(Comedy) The ups and downs, highs and lows of four different weddings which take place at a Las Vegas wedding chapel.



By Bruce Graham
March (2012) 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24
Directed by: Ron Green
(Comedy/Drama) In a tiny bar in rural Pennsylvania, six people face a terrifying discovery: an unknown something is destroying much of the United States. A visit from a mysterious stranger with a strange book will help decide the fate of humanity.



By Neil Simon
June (2012) 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23
Directed by: Jacki Green
(Comedy) Three one-act comedies involving a young couple on the rocks, a couple attempting to relive their youth, and a couple dealing with their daughter who locked herself inside the bathroom on her wedding day… all set in the New York Plaza Hotel.


So. We’ve chosen our plays, their directors, and the casts. Just kidding!!! We need YOU to come out and help bring these characters to life! We don’t care whether you’re a highfalutin lawyer or a homeless teenager living in your best friend’s minivan (but please wear deodorant). If you fit the gender and age range of the characters we’re after, you just may be the STAR of the next Village Players of Hatboro production!

Auditions for And Then There Were None will be held on Sunday July 10th, Monday July 11th, and Wednesday July 13th at 7PM. Needed are 7 males (aged 20-70), 3 females (aged 20-60), and a male or female aged 20-50. Cold readings from the script, no monologues nor prepared pieces. All parts are unpaid. Please see above for performance dates. Auditions are not just for casting opportunities. They’re also a great time for people who would like to volunteer as crew members to come out and speak with the director about what you would like to help out with. For additional information, contact director Zach Palmer at zacharyjpalmer@yahoo.com.

4 Responses to Announcing Our 64th Season & Upcoming Auditions

  1. Ryan Lauer says:

    When you say aged 20-70 for a male do they just need to look that age? I’m only 17, but could possibly pass for 20. Also, will you be posting shortly when the audtions are for the other performances? Thank you.

    • admin says:

      Hi Ryan. As long as you can pass for that age, that’s fine.
      As far as the other shows, audition announcements will be made as the respective show draws near; typically, during the previous show’s run. For instance, auditions for the 2nd show of the season will occur during the run of the 1st show. Announcements will be sent out a few weeks prior. Break a leg!

  2. melanie says:

    are auditions held at the theatre?

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