Forthcoming production - May 2019
Be my Baby by Ken Ludwig
The Pump House Theatre, Watford, WD17 2JP
From: Wednesday 22nd May
To: Saturday 25th May 2019
each evening at 7.45 pm plus the Saturday afternoon at 2.45 pm
(5 performances in total).
Book and pay on-line for tickets NOW:
via Ticketsource [ONLY](small fee applies).
or from 8th March contact Belmont Theatre Box Office on 07917 324179 for telephone, postal and other booking enquiries.
Ticket Prices £13.00 (£11.50 concessions).
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AUDITIONING THIS WEEK
Show week is 22nd to 25th May 2019
Box Office for Ken Ludwig's Be my Baby is now open for on-line bookings and will open 8th March for bookings by phone, email and post.
Read-through on Tuesday March 5th and auditions on Thursday 7th March 2019.
7.45 pm at Carpenders Park Community Hall, Station Footpath,Gibbs Couch, WD19 5EG.
To learn more call 07917 3241791
This is a comedy by the writer of the hit comedy 'Lend me a Tenor' and features a mature couple forced to travel to the USA to collect a baby who their younger relatives plan to adopt. They meet many colourful characters on their journey and return transformed, thanks to the cutest baby in California.
Characters are as follows:
John Campbell Mature, attractive, irascible Scottish gentleman in his 50s (must have a Scottish accent)
Maud Kinch Mature, attractive, uptight, caring English lady in her 50s
Christy McCall Young man - John’s ward - also Scottish but spent most time in London therefore accent not so essential. Aged 20/30s.
Gloria Nance Young English girl - niece of Maud otherwise an orphan. Aged 20/30s
Other male characters are Scottish parson, Dimitri, a French bell boy, a trendy American Waiter and a Scottish judge
Other female characters are a Scottish cook, Air Stewardess and passenger (both English), Beverley Merchant, an Americal Adoption Official, an American or Latin American Nurse and Miss Brennan, an American Attorney.
It is intended that the "other" characters are played by the same actor, i.e. one male and one female.
This will be a real team production with all the cast getting involved in scene changing etc.
Copies of scripts available in due course if interested.