Whose Life is it Anyway? Auditions
Auditions will take place on Monday 13th February and Tuesday 21st February at 7.30 pm in the theatre lounge.
Play dates: 23rd-27th May
This moving play, set in a hospital concerns Ken Harrison who has had a serious accident, leaving him paralyzed from the neck downwards, but mentally alert. He doesn’t consider his life worth living and fights for the right to die with dignity, against the wishes of his medical team.
Characters: Ken Harrison – 30s/40/s, Nurse Kay Sadler – 20s. Sister Anderson -30s/40s, John (an orderly) – 20s/30s, Dr Scott – 30s/40s (female), Dr Emerson – 40s/50s (male), Mrs Boyle (medical social worker) – 30s/40s, Philip Hill (solicitor) – 30s/40s/50s, Dr Paul Travers (psychiatrist) – 30s/40s/50s, Peter Kershaw (solicitor) – 40s/50s, Dr Barr (consultants psychiatrist) – 40s/50s (male or female), Andrew Eden (hospital barrister) – 30s/40s/50s, Mr Justice Milhouse – 50s/60s.
To borrow a script, please contact Liz Clarke (director) on 01858 525558 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Any one may audition for Market Harborough Drama Society Plays, but if you get involved in a production it is necessary to become a member.