‘Who Killed the Cock of the North?
(A sixteenth-century whodunit with a difference!)’
on 26th, 27th and 28th June, 2014
at Huntly Castle at 6.30 p.m.
See Thru’ Productions Casting Workshops
How about trying for a part in See Thru’s next production?
You are welcome to join us at our informal auditions/read through workshops on Sunday, 16th March at 2.30 p.m. or Monday 17th March at 7.30 p.m. in Glass Hall. Coffee, tea and fruit cake will be on offer!
Rehearsals, under the direction of Alison Sellar, will start in April and will be held on Monday and Thursday evenings in Glass Hall, that is until nearer the time of the production when they will be at the castle.
The story is a light-hearted re-enactment of events leading to the battle of Corrichie and the downfall of the all powerful 4th Earl of Huntly. The principal characters have their individual agendas and are all entwined in a complex web of ambition, family tensions and political struggle. It is set in the troubled times of sixteenth century Reformation Scotland.
The members of the audience will be in the centre of the precincts of the castle, with the interactive promenade drama performed around them. It is no ordinary historical drama – it has a twist. The audience will be asked to decide who or what was responsible! If you like the sound of it, come and be part of it all – in Huntly Castle with the earl, his countess, their intransigent son and the observant castle servants; with Mary Queen of Scots in Holyrood and on her royal progress up here, or even be with us at the Battle of Corrichie!
We hope to see you in Glass Hall soon! Be brave! No previous experience necessary.
If you are unable for any reason to take part, then make sure the dates are in your diaries to come and enjoy the performance.
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