Open auditions for our September 2019 production of…


LAST LEGS written by Roger Hall and directed by Julie Lankshear.




He’s back with a (cardio-)arresting comedy. There’s nothing retiring about a retirement village, and aging is not merely about Bridge and Bedpans. This is a lethally funny black comedy about sex, death and politics with an irresistible  appeal to the bold of heart.




SEASON RUNS: September 6-21st 2019


AUDITIONS: Sunday, June 30th at 3pm @ 16th Avenue Theatre – Green room.


For more information ring Julie on 579 3549


SYNOPSIS: Have you ever thought what living in a retirement community would be like? Then wonder no more. Come and audition for Roger Halls’ latest black comedy about sex, death and politics in The Cambridge Retirement Village.


We are looking for two males and four females: each of the female actors play two characters



Cast Required:


Trish (and Sheila)
Helena (and Lexie)
Kitty (and Joyce)
Edna (and Eve)


All characters are of an age to live in a well-to-do retirement community.
Helena is fifteen or so years younger than her husband Angus.
Sheila, Lexie, Joyce and Eve are older and much frailer than the other characters