“And Then There Were None” a play by Agatha Christie
Location: Whittier, CA
“And Then There Were None”, A mystery by Agatha Christie;
Produced by Whittier Community Theatre
Playing at: 7630 Washington Avenue, Whittier, CA 90602
Production run dates: February 21 – March 7, 2020
Audition dates: Monday and Tuesday, December 9 and 10, 2019 @ 7:00 PM
Audition location: Whittier Transportation Depot, 7333 Greenleaf Ave., Whittier 90602
Rehearsals begin Monday, January 6, 2020
Bring photo/resume. Be familiar with the play. Be prepared to cold read from the script. There is NO pay.
For more information: Text/Call Lenore at (949) 981-6459
Casting: All roles require a British accent, various dialects.
Vera Claythorne: Lead; 30s. The secretary. Attractive, levelheaded, poised, occasionally succumbs to her nerves as the murders transpire and she doesn’t know who to trust.
Philip Lombard: Lead; 30-40. The adventurer. Handsome, mysterious, cocky, bold and witty. A former military man who trusts few, therefore, brings a revolver to the island.
Justice Lawrence Wargrave: Lead; 60-70. The judge. Retired, a reputation of being a “hanging judge”, distinguished, imposing, clever. Obsessed with justice and death, becomes the leader of the group.
William Blore: Support; 45-60. The former police inspector. Self-serving, selfish, inquisitive, resourceful. Trusts no one and watches his own back. Has a fondness for drink and believes the wrong people are guilty.
Dr. Edward Armstrong: Support; 45-60. The physician. Describes himself as a “respected member of society” who couldn’t possibly be the killer. Professionally successful but very gullible.
Emily Brent: Support; 50-60. The spinster. Self-righteous, unapologetically religious and very judgmental. Has no qualms or inhibitions about pointing out the sins and loose morals of others.
Thomas Rogers: Light Support; 45-60. The butler. Working class, shifty.
Ethel Rogers: Light Support; 45-60. The cook. His wife. Working class, opinionated, nervous.
General John Mackenzie: Light Support; 60-70. The retired general. Doddering, unstable, tired, lonely and remorseful.
Anthony Marston: Light Support; 25-30. The reckless young man. Rich, spoiled, entitled and egotistical. Fancies himself a ladies man.
Fred Narracott: Bit; 40-60. The boatman. Brings food and guests to the island.
Payment: Non Paid
City or Location of call: Whittier, CA
Please submit to: Open call see above
This casting notice was posted by: Whittier Community Theatre