The May 2017 production is a thriller by Francis Durbridge. Suddenly At Home is an eight- person play set in the 1970’s telling a story of love and greed.
Maggie Howard is a wealthy woman and doesn’t mind letting people know it. Her husband Glenn Howard is unsatisfied with his life and craves a fresh start, one filled with money and prospect. It seems the only way to reach his idyllic dream is by murdering his wife.
The Characters Cast: 4M/4W
Maggie Howard - Late 30’s. Fairly out spoken type. Somewhat Coarse in speech + manner.
Helen Tenby - Late 20’s. Maggie’s sister. Smart intelligent looking woman.
Ruth Bechler - 20’s. Maggie’s au-pair girl. Attractive. European.
Sam Blaine - 30’s – 40’s. Faintly conceited yet rather likeable.
Sheila Wallis - 30’s. Attractive manner. Tense disposition.
Glenn Howard - 30’s – 40’s. A man with easy charm and a mission.
Appleton - 50’s. A police inspector.
Remick - 30’s – 40’s. A man who is not what he seems.
Please note all ages are adjustable to accommodate casting.
Performance dates 24 - 27 May 2017 at the Pump House Theatre, Local Board Road, Watford.
Rehearsals commence Tues 14 Mar (Tues+Thurs 7.45-10.00) at Carpenders Park Community Hall, Carpenders Park. Sunday rehearsals commence 23/April (10.00-1pm).
All are welcome to the play reading on Tues 28/Feb and auditioning on Thurs 2/Mar both at 8pm at Carpenders Park Community Hall.
For further information about this production please contact the directors:
Graham Broderick (mob 07956352209) / Paul Botly (mob 07816872293)