The Boy Who Cried Wolf by Mike Kenny
For children aged 3+
Production Company: tutti frutti productions and York Theatre Royal
Deadline to apply: 12th June 2019
Auditions – workshop: 24th, 25th, 26th June 2019, London
Recall workshop: 26th June 2019, London (afternoon)
Rehearsals: 28th August – 26th September 2019
National tour: 27th September – 1st December 2019
Brentwood Theatre run: 2nd December- 29th December 2019
Extra run (TBC): 6th January 2020 – 12th January 2020
Director: Wendy Harris
Designer: Hannah Sibai
Composer: Dominic Sales
Movement Director: Joanne Bernard
tutti frutti productions is funded by Arts Council England and is an ITC/equity company.
tutti frutti are currently seeking three talented actor musicians:
One male performer, to play: Silas (The young Boy) and ensemble
This performer must have good physical skills, comic timing, and an excellent singing voice plus the ability to play a musical instrument to a high standard. Additional roles are; funny sheep, wolves and the village storytellers
One female performer, to play: the Mother and ensemble
This performer must have good dance or movement ability, comic timing, and excellent singing voice plus the ability to play a musical instrument to a high standard. Additional roles are; funny sheep, wolves and the village storytellers
One male performer to play: The Old Grandfather and ensemble
This performer must have good dance or movement ability, comic timing, an excellent singing voice plus the ability to play a musical instrument to a high standard. Additional roles are; funny sheep, wolves and the village storytellers
As an equal opportunities employer we encourage applications from artists that reflect our culturally diverse audience.
Submit to Spotlight or send a CV & Photograph by 12th June 2019 to:
Casting Director: Jo Adamson-Parker
No phone calls please
SEEKING NEW TRUSTEES
tutti frutti is an exciting and dynamic touring theatre company specializing in work for children aged 3-7 years and their families. We tour newly commissioned plays regionally, nationally and internationally. We work with artists that are specialists in making work for children and creating visually exciting, engaging and meaningful theatre for children. We have recently developed our touring profile abroad and are currently on our first tour of the US.
To delight children with meaningful, imaginative, visual, story-based theatre.
We are a National Portfolio Organisation of Arts Council England and funded by LCC. We are a charity and a company limited by guarantee and we have reserves of eight months operating costs.
We are seeking new Trustees to complement the experience of our existing Board and to work closely with the core team to realise tutti frutti’s artistic programme and determine the development of the company over the forthcoming years. We are looking for passionate, individuals who are willing to share their energy and skills to help us navigate a challenging climate and come on an exciting, creative journey. We are particularly keen to welcome as Trustees individuals who represent the diversity of modern Britain and who can support the company in better creating work for diverse communities and audiences. Board members are required to champion fundraising and diversity.
What will you get out of it?
- A rewarding experience – helping a creative company prosper and be successful.
- Being ‘at the centre of the action’, helping to support strategic decisions about the things that matter and enable the company to thrive.
- Putting your skills and experience to good use by supporting the company’s mission and vison.
- The personal learning and satisfaction that comes from applying your skills and experience in a new context.
- Attendance at tutti frutti performances and events.
- Training to be a Trustee
If you would like to find out more, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact Emma Killick firstname.lastname@example.org 0113 3880027 for an informal discussion.