United Players holds OPEN AUDITIONS for each play of the season
Auditions are posted on the fillowing:

* This webpage
* United Players Facebook page
* The Casting Workbook
* Vancouver Actors Guide
* Vancouver Public Library auditions e-blast

Audition Notices
are emailed to actors who are registered on the United Players database.

To register, complete the Volunteers Form

For additional information,
Telephone 604-224-8007
email: info@unitedplayers.com

Auditions are held at the
Jericho Arts Centre
1675 Discovery Street
The Phoenix Room
at the Jericho Hill Centre
4196 West 4th Avenue

Auditions locations map

UPDATE: Auditions deferred until
MARCH 2 from 10:30AM
at Jericho Arts Centre

We are seeking several child actors to share the role of Marky, son of Johnny 'Rooster' Byron who lives in a trailer in the woods, attracting a motley crew of wastrels and youngsters. The script states that Marky is six but we are happy to audition actors who can play ten - twelve years of age to read for this part. Marky appears briefly in the last two acts and has about half a dozen words to speak.

To book an audition, please email lindashearer52@yahoo.co.uk

Rehearsal & Performance Information:

See Below


by Jez Butterworth

Director: Kathleen Duborg

Audition Dates/Times/Locations

(Can’t make these dates?
Others may be possible by request

Monday, January 7 (5:00pm-8:00 pm)
Friday, January 11 (5:00 pm-8:00 pm)
Saturday, January 12 (12:00 pm-5:00 pm)

Callbacks: Monday, January 14 (5:00 pm-8:00 pm)

Location: TBA

Rehearsal Dates:
Start approx. March 23, 2019
(Tue, Thu eves, Sat/Sun afternoons)

Booking Auditions:
Send requested audition date/time and please attach resumé & headshot to

Production Run Dates
June 7 - 30, 2019 (Thu - Sun)

Production Venue
Jericho Arts Centre
We are seeking a dynamic ensemble of 16 actors for the Vancouver premiere of this contemporary masterpiece. Jerusalem, a bold comic vision of life in rural England, was first performed at the Royal Court, London, transferring to The Apollo in NYC. A play that culminates to a final defiant cry against the forces of conformity, The Guardian hailed the play as "unarguably one of the best dramas of the twenty-first century".

Audition Requirements:

By January 1st, you will be given a character and specific sides that you may cold read or prepare for the audition. There will be a reader in attendance.

*A Wiltshire accent from the south of England is invited but not necessary for the audition.

READING COPIES available at UBC library, Vancouver Public Library and by request.

We will cast an energetic and committed ensemble of actors to bring this play to life. Role details and sides will be included in Audition response.
Note: all roles require a Wiltshire accent and a dialect coach will be assisting in this regard. Performers of all ethnicities are encouraged to audition.

On St Georgeís Day, the morning of the local country fair, officials from Kennet and Avon Council come to evict Johnny ëRoosterí Byron. An ex-stunt driving Romany, Johnny lives in a battered mobile home in the woods, dealing drugs, telling yarns and attracting a motley crew of wastrels and youngsters. Adding to his troubles, Dawn, the mother of his six-year-old son Marky, pays him a visit and berates him for his inability to live up to his responsibilities as a parent. On top of which, the young May Queen due to appear at the fair has gone missing, and Troy, her father, holds Johnny responsible. Through it all, Johnny remains defiant, claiming a mystical affinity with the ancient giants who once inhabited England.