A second audition for our first play of 2020 will be held on Monday 14th October. 7 PM at The Peninsula Theatre.
The Final Test is a poignant and funny play (dare we call it a dramedy?) about many of our great loves; houses, cricket and, what was the other one… oh, that’s right, our husbands and wives… can’t forget them. Or what if we did?
Peter and Ruth have had a long and happy marriage. Or so Peter believes.
They both have their own interests – he loves listening to the cricket on the radio, she likes to travel.
But all is not well as Peter discovers one afternoon when he’s dozing in his deckchair and listening to the final test from The Oval. His wife announces that she has sold the house from under him and she’s moving to the coast with her lover.
When the new owners move in later that day they discover they have more than they bargained for: an elderly, cricket-loving squatter who refuses to move out of their garden.
Seeking a cast of 6, with varying ages.
- the new home owners in their 30s or 40s
- the older couple who have, in their 50s or 60s
- plus we have the policeman and the removalist.
Contact Andrew Thomson on 0405 103 077 for audition information.
Auditions at Peninsula Theatre: Monday 14th October from 7.30, with opportunity to read the script from 7.00pm