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Young & Hungry Auditions

Young & Hungry Auditions

Saturday March 22 and Sunday March 23rd

Young and Hungry are proud to announce the beginning of another season of three fresh new Kiwi plays with our audition weekend March 22nd & 23rd 2003.

Founded in 1994, Young and Hungry has become a respected showcase for new talent, come and show us just how hungry you are in our group acting auditions.

You can't look good on stage without those AMAZING production crews.

So if you fancy yourself a designer of costumes, light, set, sound or if production and stage management or marketing is your thing then we absolutely want to hear from you.

Don't be scared of trying something new we have a mentor for every production department!!!!!!!

This year's Young and Hungry plays are:

Lynxes, by Kathryn van Beek

Arcadian Nights, by Philip Braithwaite

The Forcemeat Incident, by Jackie van Beek

Performers as diverse as Taika Cohen (Scarfies, The Strip, Little Che) Gentiane Lupi (Lovebites, Kombi Nation) and Jackie van Beek (Shortland Street, The Swimming Lessons) have all come up through Young and Hungry.



For a registration form please contact:

Laura Staples - Young and Hungry Co-ordinator

04 385 8227 or

or pick one up at BATS THEATRE

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