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 The Mousetrap

Auditions for “The Mousetrap”, the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina's Winter Production are Monday, October 5 from 11:00AM – 6:00PM. The production will be directed by Russ Treyz, well known to the Arts Center for directing “39 Steps” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” among others.

Rehearsals for The Mousetrap begin January19 , and performances run from February 9-28, 2016. Actors must be available for all rehearsals and performances.

Auditions are by appointment only. Performers should prepare a monologue.

Bring a picture and resume, stapled together. A monitor is not provided. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Gail Ragland at 843-686-3945 ext. 202 or email her


Mollie Ralston: tall, pretty young woman with an ingenuous air, in her late twenties

Mrs Boyle: (middle aged 45 or older) a large, imposing woman, capable of a bad temper, fussy, and critical; was once a magistrate.

Mrs.Casewell: a young woman (24 but looks older) with typically masculine characteristics, has a strong voice and uses her lower tones when speaking

Giles Ralston: a rather arrogant, but attractive young man in his twenties.

Christopher Wren: (20s) a rather wild-looking neurotic young man, can give the impression of being slightly unhinged mentally..His hair is long and untidy and he wars a woven artistic tie.He has a confiding, almost childish manner. He is an architect.

Major Metcalf: (45 or older) a middle-aged, square-shouldered man, very military in manner and bearing.

Mr Paravicini: (middle aged but could be younger disguised as older) foreign, and dark, and elderly with a rather flamboyant mustache. He is a slightly taller edition of Hercule Poirot, which may give a wrong impression to the audience.

Detective Sergeant Trotter: (23 years old) Bershire police, medium height, cheerful, commonplace young man with a slight cockney accent.


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