by Lucy Prebble, 10-14 July 2013

"The nineties... It feels - genuinely like the most exciting time to be doing business in the history of the world. There's a feeling that the people who are gonna change things aren't in parliaments or palaces, but in corporate boardrooms all over the United States of America."

One of the most infamous scandals in financial history becomes a theatrical epic. At once a case study and an allegory, the play charts the notorious rise and fall of Enron and its founding partners Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, who became 'the most vilified figure from the financial scandal of the century'.

Mixing classical tragedy with savage comedy, Enron follows a group of flawed men and women in a narrative of greed and loss which reviews the tumultuous 1990s and casts a new light on the financial turmoil in which the world finds itself in 2009.

Director: Matt Hudson
Producer: Mia Bennett and Clare Harding
Music director: Sarah Peachey
Assistant director: Tracie Laurinaitis
Projection designer: Victor Craven


Workshop: Thurs 14 March, 7pm
Auditions: Tues 19, Wed 20 and Thurs 21 March, 7-9:30pm
Recalls: Saturday 23 March

We will be holding a workshop on Thursday 14 March where we will introduce the show, give people a chance to try the scripts we will be using in auditions, and a chance to learn the movement sequence that you will perform as part of the auditions.


In the audition you will be asked to:

  • Perform a short monologue from the play that you should prepare from the selected choice given 2 weeks prior to audition once you sign up. We advise learning it as well as you can, if not off by heart.
  • Perform a taught piece of movement this will be taught both on the day, and at the pre-audition workshop which we advise you to come to if you can.
  • Perform a taught song in a group this will be sang in groups, and we may ask you to sing in a round. We are looking for tune holding not an aria. This will be taught at the audition.

What are we looking for?
An ensemble. We need 15 actors (6F/9M) to create the crazy world of Enron. From Jeff Skilling to the three blind mice and the 50 characters in between, every member of the cast is incredibly important, and there is a lot to be done. A brief breakdown is included in the full audition notice.

Registering for Audition/Workshop
To register for audition or workshop please email enronsedos@gmail.com to confirm a place. Make the subject “Enron Audition” or “Enron Workshop”. If auditioning, please include the date you wish to attend first round (19/20/21 March), your name, and any parts (if any) you may be interested in.


Excited but not an onstage person?
We need stage managers, costume designers, and props people and various other assistance to get this show off the ground, so please get in contact with Clare Harding (clharding98@hotmail.co.uk) if you are interested in getting involved.

Enron, by Lucy Prebble
The Bridewell Theatre
Bride Lane Fleet Street
London, EC4Y 8EQ

10-14 July 2013

Enron is being performed as part of the Sedos Summer Festival (9-27 July), an exciting three week summer season featuring an award-winning play based on the infamous Enron scandal, Neil LaBute's provocative series of one-act plays, and a musical about friendship, theatre and forbidden love.

All shows are performed at our resident home, the Bridewell Theatre. For more information on the Sedos Summer Festival, click here.



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