Please watch for the following shows presented by the

Fine Arts Creative Stage teams during 2022.

Upcoming Auditions For:
39 Steps Auditions
Videos Due May 22 Callbacks May 26

Directed By Spot and Amber Beecher


Synopsis: Take a juicy spy novel turned Hitchcock masterpiece, add a splash of Monty Python, and you have an unforgettable, award-winning comedy whodunit. A man with a boring life meets a woman who claims to be a spy. When she winds up dead, a shadowy organization named "The 39 Steps" begins chasing him across Europe. The fast-paced action moves from one escapade to the next, culminating in a death-defying finale in London. Directed By Spot and Amber Beecher.


Performance Dates:
July 28, 29, 30, and August 1 with a Matinee on July 30


Rehearsals:
TBD


Auditions:
For Ages 14+
May 3 & 4 from 6:00-9:00 PM
Callbacks May 5 at 6:00, Invitation Only
Fine Arts Center, 58 South 100 West Brigham City


Please prepare a short comedic monologue (about 1 minute) and be ready to share any obscure talents you may have.
Auditioners should bring their audition form with a headshot. Please include all known conflicts on the audition form.


Contact Information:
Justin 'Spot' Beecher (Director): 801-896-7768 or spotricthesmuggler@gmail.com


Character Descriptions:
RICHARD HANNAY: The daring, leading man of the show; charming, innocent, and charismatic. Must have great endurance and superb comic timing. A commanding standard-British dialect is required.


ANNABELLE SCHMIDT/PAMELA/MARGARET: This is the only scripted female role in the show. The role calls for multiple dialects The actor must play a paranoid German spy, a lower-class Scottish farmer’s wife, and the upper class, British romantic, lead of the show. All three dialects will be required. Must have excellent comic timing and great versatility.


Clown #1: This role calls for exceptional physical and verbal comic ability. Must be able to provide multiple dialects. This actor plays multiple characters, sometimes simultaneously. Must be highly athletic with great endurance and focus.

Clown #2: This role also calls for exceptional physical and verbal comic ability. Must be able to provide multiple dialects. This actor plays multiple characters, sometimes simultaneously. Must be highly athletic with great endurance and focus.There is a high possibility of creating more clown roles to give opportunities to more performers.

Videos Due May 22
Callbacks TBD
Upcoming
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