Auditions


All Sedos’ auditions are open auditions, and you do not have to be a member in order to try out for a show; and with so many shows on in a season, there is always something to be preparing for!

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Current Auditions...

 

 

 

Stiles & Drewe’s SOHO CINDERS

Music by George Stiles | Lyrics by Anthony Drewe
Book by Anthony Drewe and Elliot Davies

Robbie has a few problems. His mother has just died, without making a will, and the Old Compton Street laundrette she owned, "Sit & Spin", is under threat from his vulgar stepsisters as they attempt to hike up the rent.
If that wasn't enough, he loves one man while being paid to hang out with another!

James Prince also has problems. He’s running for mayor, but his campaign manager’s a lying schemer and his heart isn’t entirely with his devoted fiancée Marilyn.

When your only inheritance is an urn of ashes on the mantelpiece or if your secret romance becomes tabloid front page news, can love really conquer all?

From the laundrette which hears more confidences than it washes G-strings, to a dramatic political fundraiser where a mobile phone is lost as midnight strikes, Soho Cinders is a witty, heartwarming musical twist on the classic fairytale.

WORKSHOP | Thursday 21 March 
AUDITIONS | Friday 12 – Sunday 14 April 
RECALLS | Wednesday 17 April


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DANGEROUS LIAISONS: AN ORIGINAL DANCE ADAPTATION

Devised movement piece based on the novel by PIERRE CHODERLOS DE LACLOS

It got a facelift in the 90s with Cruel Intentions and now Sedos brings a fresh new take on the classic story of seduction, betrayal and exploitation. Be transported to Hollywood where beauty is expected, abuses of power lurk under the shiny surface and the rivalry of two high-powered producers set in motion a story that will create stars and destroy lives. Told through dance, experience an original adaptation that brings Dangerous Liaisons crashing into the gender politics of 2019.

WORKSHOP | Tuesday 16 April
AUDITIONS | Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April


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ARMS AND THE MAN

by BERNARD SHAW

Arms and the Man is one of Bernard Shaw’s most successful romantic comedies, and his first to be performed in New York. It’s an anti-war play set in the Balkans, and involves love interest and social climbing as well as characters being brought down a peg or two as a result of their actions. So it fits very well with the current zeitgeist as well as continuing, in a wryly comic way, to remind us of the futility and folly of war and of posing rather than being true to yourself.

WORKSHOP | Friday 3 May
AUDITIONS | Friday 10, Saturday 11 and Wednesday 15 May


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RAGTIME

Book by TERRENCE MCNALLY
Music by STEPHEN FLAHERTY
Lyrics by LYNN AHRENS

Based on the novel RAGTIME
By E. L. Doctorow

At the dawn of a new century, everything is changing... and anything is possible. Set in the volatile melting pot of turn-of-the-century New York, three distinctly American tales are woven together – that of a stifled upper-class wife, a determined Jewish immigrant and a daring young Harlem musician – united by their courage, compassion and belief in the promise of the future. Together, they confront history's timeless contradictions of wealth and poverty, freedom and prejudice, hope and despair... and what it means to live in America.

WORKSHOP | Tuesday 25 June
AUDITIONS | Wednesday 24 July, Friday 26 July, Saturday 27 July

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