for Madame Markievicz
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Suitable candidates will be notified Monday 9th for auditions Tuesday 10th Feb.
Sides available on the day. Preparation of monologue not necessary. Each actor will be given time to look at sides beforehand.
Payment will be discussed at auditions.
Written by novelist and playwright Ann Matthews. Directed By Anthony Fox
Actors must be available all of April 2015.
Deadline Monday 10am.
Defendant – Countess de Markievicz age 40’s. Slender build, tall. She speaks with an upper class high pitched cut glass accent.
Judge – (Voice over) 60’s
Prosecutor – William May
Strong character with a very cynical approach. Queens council. 40’s
Miss Helena Molony. Late 20’s Dublin affected accent trying to disguise her tough upbringing.
William O’Brien member of the ITGWU executive – Late 30’s. Dublin.
Kathleen Lynn. Late 30’s, strong presence. Dublin.
Margaret Skinnider 25, Glasgow accent, slim build)
Mrs Lahiff, age 47 a small thin woman (have picture) with a soft Dublin accent with warm timbre that comes from the chest rather than the usual nasal sounding Dublin accent. (Think James Joyce not O’Casey)
Nurse Geraldine Fitzgerald – 20’s From Birr in Offaly her voice is educated,articulate and well modulated.