Auditions: March 18 @ 7-8:30 pm and March 19 @ 7-8:30 pm.
Call the GPLT Box Office 780 538 1616 or email: Box.Office@gplt.ca to book an audition time.
Come and audition even if you have not pre-booked an audition time. We will fit you in.
This play has five characters: One Female late 30’s, Three Females age range 50-60, One Male early 40’s.
To prepare for this audition:
You will be asked to sign your agreement to following the GPLT Safety and Inclusion Policy and the GPLT Violence, Harassment Reporting and Resolution Procedures 2024.
Here are GPLT’s Safety and Inclusion Policy and GPLT’s Violence and Harassment Reporting and Resolution Procedures:
GPLT Safety and Inclusion Policy January 16, 2024
GPLT Violence Harassment Reporting and Resolution Procedures 2024
Read the script. There are some funny lines that are very adult. You must be willing to say these lines with gusto.
You cannot prepare for this audition in advance.
You will be asked for an impromptu reading choosing from a number of short passages from random sources not related to this play. You cannot prepare for this reading in advance.
You will be asked to tell an impromptu story using one line of dialogue that will be given to you in your audition. You cannot prepare in advance for telling this story.
Perusal copies of the script are available from the GPLT Box Office for a $5 refundable deposit.
Here is the rehearsal and performance schedule as of February 17, 2024.
Halfway There rehearsal schedule
A Comedy: Halfway There By Norm Foster
Performances May 23-June 8 at GPLT
Director: Wayne Ayling
“Dr. Sean Merrit wanders into the small town of Stewiacke, Nova Scotia, exactly halfway between the equator and the North Pole. Recently dumped by his fiancée, he’s looking for a new start and soon meets four local women, each with their own interesting life stories. Laughter, tears and the power of true friendship teach them a lot about themselves and each other. A feelgood theatre experience filled with incomparable Maritime wit and wisdom! 2 acts. 1m 4f….2016 “A warm-hearted play that is sure to delight longtime Foster fans, and for those new to Foster, this would be a great place to start.” — Stage Door”