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ANGEL STREET - The Fulton Theatre Auditions

Posted: June 2, 2011

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ANGEL STREET– Photo / Resume Request

The Fulton Theatre (Lancaster, PA)LORT C; $710/week minimum

Artistic Director: Marc Robin

Director: Mark Shanahan

Writer: Patrick Hamilton

Casting: Bob Cline

1strehearsal: 9/27/11. Runs: 10/19-11/6/11

NYC auditions will be held June 6 – 8, 2011 by appointment only.

Seeking submissions from

Actors' Equity Members onlyfor these auditions.

For consideration, email or mail picture and resume to:

Bob Cline

676A 9th Ave #160

New York, NY 10036

Indicate on the envelope/subject line: “ANGEL STREET / AEA self submission”

and the role(s) you are submitting for and

NOTE: GASLIGHT (AKA Angel Street) is a classic thriller set in Victorian London. The play requires great theatricality and a heightened energy from the actors, who must attack the play with quick witted fervor. While never sending up the conventions of old thrillers, the actors should not shy away from the melodramatic aspects of this play. The cat and mouse games played among the characters should leave the audience constantly on the edge of their seats.


Bella Manningham:

30s, British. Dutiful and fragile. Bella is being driven mad by her seductively manipulative husband Jack, whose elaborate scheming makes her doubt her own sanity. With a history of mental illness in her family, Bella is at a breaking point and terrified of being sent away to a sanitarium. When Detective Rough convinces Bella her husband is a murderous criminal, Bella gains a ferocious confidence and works with the Inspector to exact her revenge.


40-60. Light cockney. A housekeeper of the "old school," rigid in her expectations. Even as she knows her place,Elizabeth is cautious and very aware of all that is going on in the housee. Ultimately, she is loyal to those who deserve her attention.


20, Cockney. Young maid, flirty and presumptuous, notably attractive to Mr. Manningham. Nancy flaunts her assertiveness in front of Mrs. Mannigham and aggressively tempts Mr. Manningham. Unhappy in a life of servitude, she sees the possibilities in garnering Manningham's attention. Though sometimes coy and girlish, she can be viciously self serving.

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