Title: Male Actor Required for Lead Role in Theatre Production

After a successful show at the International Youth Arts festival at the Rose Theatre and now being funded by o2 Think Big, Reflection theatre are now seeking a Lead male actor for their up coming performance of ‘The Next Placement’ at theatres in London in March 2017

Shedding light on the foster care system, ‘The Next Placement’ explores the difficulties and pressures of fostering. The Next Placement looks at social workers dealing with the pressures of the job, the families who take on foster children and the foster children themselves trying to find a home.

Reflection Theatre are looking for a Lead role in our next production of ‘The Next Placement’.

We are holding auditions on Monday 24th October. You will be required to learn a short scene, this along with a time slot and location will be emailed to you on selection, however it will be in Kingston as this is where we are based.

Rehearsals will take place from Mid- Novemeber in Kingston, Surrey, every Thursday 4-7pm, however more days will be required closer to the show. (Times tbc)

This is a great to gain valuable theatre experience and have an opportunity to work in professional theatres around London. As we are supported by o2 you’ll have access to the mentoring programs that we are invited to and be able to meet great connections within the industry.

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Steve

Fun, friendly and fatherly, Steve is trying to do right by his son, Daniel, whilst trying to honour his late wife’s wishes of becoming a foster parent. When Nick joins the household, Steve feels as if he’s finally beginning to feel like himself again, however his biological son Daniel has other ideas.

Males, aged 33 to 99 from London, United Kingdom

  • Minimum Acting experience:
    No previous acting experience
  • Ethnicity:
    White / Caucasian


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