It's not too late to audition for A Tale Of Two Cities, says Katy Weir, Associate Director
On Sunday the creative team for Darlington Civic's A Tale of Two Cities were waiting in anticipation at The Quaker Meeting House to meet our first cohort of auditionees. At midday an array of bright and enthusiastic people of all ages turned up to audition for a part in this Darlington Civic community production.
After introductions, the group did a movement workshop with acclaimed movement director Kane Husbands, the group created some exceptional work and enjoyed working in such different ways. There was a lot of laughter in the room and it meant for a promising afternoon.
In the afternoon, we split the participants into groups and worked on various scenes with them. They worked together in groups and then when they came into the audition panel, Director Ed Lewis, Associate Katy Weir, and Movement Director Kane Husbands.
The wealth of talent in the room was fantastic and I am so excited that people in Darlington are embracing this opportunity to work on such a brilliant show and receive a great actor training in the process.