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Current Auditions

Auditions for: A Man for All Seasons
Written by: Robert Bolt
Directed by: Susan Monaghan

Performance dates:   March 26 to April 6, 2019


All actors must be available for all performances


Sunday December 2nd @ 7 p.m. in the Ron Maslin Playhouse front lobby
Monday December 3rd @ 7 p.m. in the RMP Rehearsal Hall
Call backs Wednesday December 5 @ 7 p.m. in the RMP Rehearsal Hall

Rehearsal Dates:

Read-through will be held on December 10, 2018. Rehearsals will be held on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. starting January 13, 2019.


As in most plays the question is can you play that age range, rather than do you fit the range.

  • The Common Man – Late Middle Age.  His face is crafty, loosely benevolent its best expression is that of base humour.
  • Sir Thomas Moore – Late forties.  Pale, middle-sized, not robust.  But the life of the mind in him is so abundant and debonair that it illuminates the body.
  • Richard Rich – Early thirties.  A studious unhappy face lit by the fire of banked down appetite.
  • Duke of Norfolk – Late forties.  Heavy, active, a sportsman and soldier.
  • Alice More – Late forties.  Born into the merchant class, now a great lady.
  • Margaret More – Middle twenties.  A beautiful girl of ardent moral fineness.
  • Cardinal Wolsey – Old.  A big decayed body in scarlet.
  • Thomas Cromwell – Late thirties.  Subtle and serious.  An intellectual bully.
  • Chapuys – Sixties –  A professional diplomat and lay ecclesiastic.  Much on his dignity as a man of the world.
  • Chapuys’ Attendant* – An apprentice diplomat of good family.
  • William Roper – Early thirties.  Stiff and sincere.  In love with Margaret.
  • The King – An early thirties Henry VIII.  Clean-shaven, bright-eyed, graceful and athletic.
  • A Woman* – Middle fifties.  Self-opinionated, self-righteous, selfish, indignant.
  • Cranmer – Late forties.  Sharp—minded.
  • Four servants (two female, two male) to carry in furniture and help arrange the scenes in the More and Cromwell households, and other scene change duties.  Note that one of the servants will double as the “Woman” and one as “Chapuys’ Attendant”.  These are bit parts with some dialogue.

Please arrive about 15 minutes early to fill out the audition form.

Please contact the director Susan Monaghan ( ) or the production manager Susan Sinchak ( if you have any questions.

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