Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Auditions for Male Roles in Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, Austin Playhouse, September 28, 2013

Austin Playhouse TXAustin Playhouse is auditioning for select male roles in Agatha Christie's murder-mystery AND THEN THERE WERE NONE, directed by Lara Toner. The play runs November 22 - December 22 at our Highland Mall theatre. Performances are Thursday - Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 5 pm. 

Please email headshots and resumes to

Auditions will consist of script readings and will be held on Saturday, September 28, by appointment only. Austin Playhouse hires Equity and non-Equity performers. All actors are compensated.

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie: When ten house guests gather on a secluded island, the situation is ripe for misfortune. One by one, each guest meets their fate. Who's the murderous culprit? And who will be next? The play is set on a small island off the coast of England, 1939. British accents will be used.


Captain Philip Lombard: (30’s – 40’s) A former military man who has engaged in some quasi-legal activities and appears to be a type of mercenary.

Justice Lawrence Wargrave: (50’s – 60’s) a retired judge. He has the reputation of being a "hanging judge" and he admits to having a deep-seated fascination with both justice and death.

Dr. Edward George Armstrong: (40’s – 50’s) a successful London medical doctor and recovering alcoholic.

William Henry Blore: (40’s – 50’s) a private detective and ex-Scotland Yard Inspector.

Thomas Rogers: (40’s) the caretaker on the island, married to the cook.

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