Main Stage

SAVE THE DATE!

Spies, murder, love, and other trademarks of Alfred Hitchcock come to life in the style of an old-time radio broadcast with a live audience. The show is a triple feature, with three plays derived from early Hitchcock films. 
  • The Lodger is a tale from turn of the century London, where a poor couple finds a Lodger to rent their spare room so their daughter can return home. Too late the mother suspects the Lodger may be the serial killer known as the Avenger. Can she save her daughter in time? There is only one way to find out.
  • Sabotage is a nice warm tale of International Intrigue. We meet Anton Verloc, his wife Winnie and her brother Stevie. Anton owns a cinema but performs sabotage as a foreign agent on the side. As a result of his actions a lot of people die, including two out of three of the family members.
  • The 39 Steps is the story of an intrepid Canadian named Richard Hannay, who gets himself mixed up in murder, mayhem and international plots. The only way for him to clear his name and avoid jail, is to go on the run across the English and Scottish countryside trying to solve the mystery, and who knows he might find love along the way.
These spooky tales translate well to a virtual environment, and feature vintage commercials, a daring train chase, a serial killer's ominous presence and a devastating explosion through the magic of live sound effects and musical underscoring. You won't want to miss it! 
Audition Information
  • The first round of auditions will be video recordings submitted online. (Start brushing up on your monologues!)
  • Callbacks, rehearsals and performances will also be held via Zoom. 
  • Performances will be live online August 6 - 9.
Suspense, mayhem and a touch of screwball comedy come together in VINTAGE HITCHCOCK: A LIVE RADIO PLAY, written by Joe Landry, and directed by Helen Dixon.
  • Watch the password-protected Audition Workshop Replay HERE. Input this password to view: 2H?0mP@I 

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  • All audition information and documents have now been placed on a Google Drive.
  • Audition Form
  • Character/Story Information
  • Audition/Rehearsal/Performance Information
  • Monologues 
  • Audition Instructions / Workshop Outline

To access ALL of the following, please click HERE: