The Robertson County Players present THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE by F. Andrew Leslie, from the novel by Shirley Jackson.
Directed by Jodi Deal & Daniel Turner
Auditions January 27 (5-8pm) and 28 (3-6pm) in the Springfield High School Theatre (theatre entrance to the right side of the school).
ABOUT THE SHOW:
A chilling and mystifying study in mounting terror in which a small group of “psychically receptive” people are brought together in Hill House, a brooding, mid-victorian mansion known as a place of evil and “contained ill will.”
PERFORMANCES: MARCH 17, 18, 24, 25
Most rehersals will take place on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings starting January 31, 2017. Some weekend reherasals will be required.
Eleanor Vance: female age 20-35
Awkward and psychologically fragile. Eleanor is the most susceptible to the activity associated with Hill House
Mrs. Dudley: female age 40-60+
Hill house’s humorless and inflexible caretaker. She only does what she agreed to do.
Theodora: female age 25-35
Independent and self assured. Her bravado masks a genuine fear of Hill House
Mrs. Montague: female age 40+
Amateur spiritualist; her alternative approach conflicts with Dr Montague’s scientific method.
Luke: male age 20-35
Carefree future heir to Hill house. He is there under family obligation.
Dr. Montague: male age 50+
Scientist playing host to the group in hopes of finding an explanation to the mystery at hill house.
Arthur Parker: male age 30-40
Mrs. Montague’s friend and fellow spiritual enthusiast. “He drove”
ABOUT THE RCP:
Founded in 1978, The Robertson County Players, a volunteer organization, have performed nearly 100 productions on the stages of Robertson County. We are proud of our community, and proud of the people who pour themselves into each and every production. Our goals as an organization have not changed in the many years since the curtain first opened. We hope you enjoy the show, and are looking forward to providing entertainment for Middle Tennessee for many years to come!
The Robertson County Players is a pround member of AACT, TTA, and the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce, and is licensed with ASCAP.
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