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Our next production will be Hamp from 15th-18th July.
For more details, go to our Future Productions page.
Auditions for our October play, Hamp, will be on the 15th and 22nd July. Details of the auditions are below.
We will also be welcoming the fabulous Darling Dollies, a 1940's style singing group to our Studio in August. Details on our Studio page.
We are looking for a new treasurer and company secretary. If you are interested, please see the details on our Club page
Can you help??
Middlesbrough Youth Theatre are looking for new leaders to deliver workshops on a Saturday. We are a voluntary group who meet with our students on a Saturday morning 10.30 till 12.30 at Macmillan Academy. If you have experience in any of the three disciplines in performing arts and could spare 2 hours on a Saturday morning we would be very grateful. We would also consider students who are working towards teaching qualifications as this would be a good chance to work with students who are passionate about performing arts. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Thank you!
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Auditions for HAMP. The play will be performed on 15th-18th October. Auditions to be held on 15th and 22nd July from 7pm. You only need to attend one evening and please meet in the Toft House bar (the white building next to Middlesbrouh Theatre). For more details, please contact email@example.com
Hamp: Early 20s. From Lancashire (cotton mill worker) A nonentity - "a creature whose undistinguished simplicity borders on simple-mindedness"
Corporal of Guard - 20s/30s
Guard Private - 20s/30s
Lieut. William Hargreaves - Late 20s/30s. Officer tasked with defending Hamp at Court Martial. A solicitor in 'civvie street'
Lieut. Tom Webb - Late 20s. Hamp's Platoon Commander
Brigadier-General - 40s/early 50s. President of the court. Staff Officer (Act II only)
A Major (30s/40s. Member of the court. Staff Officer (non-speaking) (Act II only)
A Captain - Late 20s/30s. Member of the court. Staff Officer (Act II only)
Lieut. Prescott - 20s/30s. R.F.C. Officer - 'legal member' of the court. (Act II only)
Prosecuting Officer Midgley - 30s. Staff Officer (Act II only)
Padre - 30s/40s. Officer
M.O. O'Sullivan - 30s/40s. Medical Officer (act II only)
Orderly Officer - late 20s/30s. Sergeant-Major.
The ages, apart from Hamp, are not written in stone. The majoity of officers would have been publis school educated do will need to dpeak standard R.P. English. Hamp meeds a Lancashire accent. The others could be from anywhere in the country.