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Call for Four Play Directors!

Call for Directors

May 30th – June 2nd, 2024

Deadline: Wednesday, March 13th, 2024

Four Play presents lightly rehearsed readings of a variety of works. Whether you are an experienced director or someone looking to try your hand at directing for the first time in a low-risk format, this could be for you! 

Auditions will be held in mid-April, with rehearsals in May. Rehearsal time in the SST space will be limited, so directors must be able to utilize their time in the rehearsal space effectively and organize rehearsals outside of the space with their casts if necessary. Potential candidates are reminded that this is a reading and are encouraged to use narrators to read stage direction in place of blocking and additionally, only basic technical elements will be available.

The South Simcoe Theatre encourages inclusion, representation, and accessibility in all its endeavors both on stage and off.  In that spirit, we encourage diversity in our casting and director selection process. 

Please send expressions of interest and any questions to the Four Play Committee at  Plays will be available for perusal upon request. Be sure to include your top three choices of the shows in your expression of interest.

Thursday, May 30th at 7:30PM
  • Going Up by Rosaleen Egan Can a stalled elevator bring Philip and Jean onwards and upwards?

  • A Few Minutes To Eternity by Ray Holmes A man facing execution reflects on his life.

Friday, May 31st at 7:30PM
  • Carrot Cake Cafe by Meg Gibson An original Canadian comedy exploring the limits and definitions of love and family, and the unifying force of carrot cake.

Saturday, June 1st at 7:30PM
  • Come Clean by David E. Bonk A shabbily dressed Quebeçois male in his mid 20s and an English-speaking ‘swell’ from the rich Westmount area of Montreal have a confrontation in the alley behind the Shubert Bath House one evening in 1930's Montreal.

  • Virgin Tears by Drew Carnwath When Father Bob Power discovers that a statue of the Virgin Mary may be weeping real tears, he's forced to lock the doors of his church... only to find another troubled young woman - a real one - on the run from something unspeakable.

Sunday, June 2nd at 2PM
  • Chute by Guy Newsham That first step’s a doozy, but if you don’t take it, you’ll never get to where you need to be.

  • Set In Stone by Guy Newsham  Carving out a history for oneself, and the one you loved.


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