Hospice search for Cinderella

Staff at the Mary Stevens Hospice are trying to find the foot that fits the glass slipper ahead of their production of Cinderella in November.

On the back of a sell-out, two-day production of The Wizard of Oz back in January, pantomime organisers at the Mary Stevens Hospice are set to tread the boards once again in November 2018, with five performances of Cinderella at Stourbridge Town Hall.

After the success of Jessica Brooks, Jodie Rock and Alexandra Whitehead all being discovered through an open audition for the previous show, organisers are opening auditions for the show once again in the hope of finding a Cinderella in the local community.

They are also looking for male and female dancers to perform in the show, although dancers must be aged 16+ and have finished secondary school due to the commitments of rehearsing and performing the show.

Anyone interested in auditioning for either Cinderella or one of the dance roles must email the Hospice team with their name, age, contact number and chosen part before Monday 23rd April, to audition on Tuesday 24th April at The Talbot Hotel in Stourbridge. Amanda Bowen, spokesperson for Mary Stevens Hospice, said:

“Our debut panto was such an enjoyable experience and the feedback we received from the audience was absolutely overwhelming. We know that there is so much talent out there in our local community and we'd love to find the person who fits our glass slipper so that Cinderella can go to the ball.

"November can't come soon enough and we hope that loads of Hospice supporters turn out once again to see the show!"

All auditionees must be able to commit to regular Tuesday evening and Sunday afternoon auditions. To find out more about other events coming up with Mary Stevens Hospice, please visit marystevenshospice.co.uk/events.


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