AUDITIONS: – Sunday 30th June at 3pm. Bakehouse Theatre, 255 Angas Street, Adelaide. FORMAT: Auditions are conducted in groups, doing a “cold” read from excerpts of the script. You do NOT need to make a specific individual appointment, but you do need to show up ON TIME. It is not a requirement, but you may find it useful to familiarise yourself with the book, or with any other works from Terry Pratchett. It will help you get a feel for the show. If, after the group reading you would like the Director to see an individual monologue from you, please… Read more
Happy Hogswatch to all of our loyal supporters out there! We thank you so much for joining in all of our fun in 2018 and we look forward to renewing your acquaintance in 2019. As per usual we will be staging two productions. One in April and one in Oct/Nov. Each of these productions will require a 10 week rehearsal prior to the season commencing. Our scribes are very busy with Hogswatch greetings at the moment, so do the maths yourselves and work out when you need to join our audition list.. Mailing lists
FORMAT: Auditions are conducted in groups, doing a “cold” read from excerpts of the script. You do NOT need to make a specific individual appointment, but you do need to show up ON TIME. It is not a requirement, but you may find it useful to familiarise yourself with the book, or with any other works from Terry Pratchett. It will help you get a feel for the show. If, after the group reading you would like the Director to see an individual monologue from you, please let us know when you come in to auditions. Monologues should be no… Read more
Well the website is finally back up again! It has been rewritten onto some brand new old parchment scrolls and it has also been redesigned a little, so that you can navigate your way more easily between the scrolls without tearing them up so much and bending the corner curls over. Some things may be missing as our scribes are still working day and night to copy in all the information from the past nearly ten years of Unseen’s existence. Some material will unfortunately remain forever in room 3b. The scroll imps have also arranged things to make it possibe… Read more
Notes from Pamela, Manager of Unseen: 1. The Scrollmaster is fantastic. 2. Keep an eye out (literally that is – DON’T BLINK) for a shot of our flyer on a TV commercial for the Fringe somewhere around the middle to late January. 3. Set Designer Damien has been very busy making bridges, doors, puppets and broadswords. 4. We are looking for a cheap van to paint with our logo and various other decorations so that we can use it to drive around advertising and to cart our sets and props around, so if you know anyone who had something like… Read more
We are sad to report the death of Kerbie the rat. He lived in our ceiling and had become something of an unofficial mascot for us, as he trod the boards above us every night, squeaking his little heart out about the agonies and ecstasies of the ratty coil. In his last hours his mind started to go and he was probably in great pain. He had become arthritic in his old age and his treading had become just a faint scratching. There is some debate about the cause of death and it is reportedly even possible that Kerbie was… Read more
KITTENS. ESPECIALLY THE CUTE LITTLE GINGER FLUFFY ONES AND ALSO THE GREY ONES WITH THE BIG BLUE EYES. THEY ARE SO SWEET. WILL SWAP FOR VALUABLE 660 YEAR OLD ANTIQUE COIN. PLEASE TAKE KITTENS TO GIVO’S RESTAURANT AT 9 O’CLOCK. WILL MEET YOU THERE. ANTS. As many as possible. Will pay extra for ants with Ant IQ of 190 and over. Particularly want these breeds: Merch, Elope, Verd, Import, ICS, Jubil, Igone, PL, Ique, Agonize, Adam, Ler, Ithesis and Mord. Contact Ponder Stibbons, Unseen University.
Thank you to Golem Halagor for donating some of his own clay for use in moulding masks for our next production. Halagor said he had been scraping extra bits off his body for nearly a year now, and saving them in a jar for us. In similar news, we must also thank Witch Wildermia for sending in her old toenail clippings and leg hair – we’ll be using them as Nobby’s costume and the Patrician’s moustache respectively in one of our next plays.