Congratulations on getting the part you auditioned for, you obviously love the arts and really shone in the part you read for.
When asked; “What’s everyone’s availability for rehearsals?” you didn’t speak up, leaving us to understand that as being; “No problems here, I’m not going away anywhere, you can count on me”.
Like I said in the opening of this letter, you clearly love the arts. After all, this is the amateur side, we do not get paid for it, we do it for the love of it. so, you can imagine my surprise/disappointment when you’re not showing up to rehearsals. “I didn’t know” or “I forgot” are the most common excuses we here. How can you forget about your hobby? How can you not know? Did you not think to ask?
So, to summarise: #DearActor, Pull your finger out, or there will be no show!
Briton Ferry Little Theatre, would like to wish all it’s members and followers a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
We are all going to be very busy over this Christmas period, what with family, celebrations and of course, Panto rehearsals. Which is why we thought we’d take this opportunity wish you all the best for this Holiday Season.
Our next production is the Pantomime “Puss in boots” this January.
Open auditions are to be held on Sunday 20th October in St. Mary’s church Hall, Shelone Road, Briton Ferry at 3p.m.
Hope to see you there and please ask anyone you know that might want a part to pop along too, the more the merrier!
Panto time is fast approaching, and as it is our 65th Anniversary year, I would love our members to send in some designs for our Puss in Boots poster. A winner will be selected and may be used for both the posters and programmes.
We will soon be starting a series of blog posts from members of the society. This series, you might have guessed will be titled “A day in the life of…” and will follow a member around on a typical, theatre related day.
The first in this series shall come from our Poster and Programme designer – Gareth Rees