Caravan – by Donald McDonald
Directed by – Bernard Teuben
2 MALE ACTORS STILL NEEDED FOLLOWING TUESDAY’S AUDITIONS
Please contact the Director, Bernard (contact details below).
Audition: Tuesday 28th November 2023
Arrive 7.30pm for a 8.00pm start at The Pavilion Theatre
Callbacks: Tuesday 5th December 2023 (if needed / subject to change)
Show Opens: 1st April 2024, Closes 27th April 2024
Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays (curtain 8:00pm), Sundays (curtain 4.00pm)
Rehearsals to begin 11th December
Monday and Thursday nights plus Sundays from 7 January 2024.
Christmas new year break: 17th December till 8 January 2024.
If you want to see a detailed schedule please contact – Bernard Teuben below.
Hell is other people. Stuck in a caravan.
From actor and playwright Donald Macdonald comes a quintessential Australian comedy
that takes a light-hearted look at relationships, aging … and the holidays that should never
Parkes Robinson loves his “luxury” caravan almost as much as his wife Penny. Eager to
show it off, Parkes invites their good friends Rodney and Monica Rice, and single gadabout
Pierce, on a two-week vacation at a secluded beachside spot. But a storm is on the way –
and we’re not talking about Pierce’s much younger new girlfriend Gwendolyn.
Trapped by horrific weather in the cramped caravan, the best friends, (and Gwendolyn),
attempt to enjoy their holiday with the help of a libation or three. But in the confined space,
heads are banged, tensions rise, indiscretions are revealed, relationships crumble and the
Parkes Robinson’s Caravan – suitably just under sized for the number of people staying in it.
Penny Robinson Wife of Parks Robinson, in Late 30s / Early 40s
Parkes Robinson Pennys’ Husband – Late 30s / Early 40s
Rodney Rice Married to Monica – Late 30s / Early 40s
Monica Rice Wife of Rodney – Late 30’s / Early 40s
Pierce Late 30s but looks younger, does not want to grow old.
Gwendolyn Early 20’s Pierces girl friend, makes everyone else feel old
For the audition we will be using the script so being familiar with it would be helpful.
Enquiries, please contact me by email on email@example.com, or text 0419 265 385,
quoting your name and ‘Caravan’. Please note, there is not a message bank.
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