directed by Valerie Scott and Chris Wilson
When: Sunday 3 February 10:00 – 13:00 (Please be there by 9:45 for a prompt start at 10:00) If you can't make it please get in touch to arrange a new date.
Where: Waldorf School, 35 rue de l’Avenir, L-1541 Luxembourg.
What: A one-act play entitled ‘The Ripple Effect’ by Robert Scott
The play will be performed in Luxembourg either Thursday 9 to Saturday 11 May (inclusive) or Thursday 17 to Saturday 19 May (inclusive). Venue is yet to be confirmed.
This play will also be performed at the FEATS 2019 theatre festival which will take place in Munich from Thursday 30 May to Sunday 2 June 2019.
If you would like to audition then please email Chris Wilson (email@example.com) and Valerie Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please tell us if you can make it to the audition or not. If you cannot come on 3 February then we will arrange an alternative date and time to see you.
About the play:
Five years after her husband’s death Eva, who has been supported through her grief by her sister, comes face-to-face with the man responsible. The events which led up to that loss, and the consequent effects on all their lives, are explored in this one-act play.
Working backwards through time in short scenes, the play illustrates how the course of our lives can change in a moment, and on a whim. The Ripple Effect is an interesting exploration of lives blighted by loss, and of fate and revenge.
Eva(30-45) – A sensitive character, gradually recovering from the grief of losing her husband, her life is torn apart yet again when she meets his killer, and she chooses to exact revenge.
Nicola(30-45)– Eva’s sister, a much more practical and down-to-earth character. She has supported Eva through her loss and narrates the history of the events as the play unfolds.
Timothy(35-50)– A man whose comfortable existence was destroyed in a moment, after which his life spirals rapidly downhill. Now a reformed character, he is struggling to rebuild his life.
Gavin(35-55) – Eva’s doting husband. A small role!
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