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Audition: Killology

  • 06/01/2020
  • 08/01/2020
  • 2 sessions
  • 06/01/2020, 19:30 21:30 (UTC-00:00)
  • 08/01/2020, 19:30 21:30 (UTC-00:00)
  • Putney Arts Theatre

Below you'll find audition and production details for Killology by Gary Owen, as well as backstage help required.

Audition dates

Monday 6th January, 7.30pm or
Wednesday 8th January,  7.30pm

14th January, 8.30pm

Please get in touch with the Director, Ian Higham, with any questions you may have by emailing ian@nickhernbooks.co.uk

Production details

Performance space

Studio Theatre at Putney Arts Theatre

Performance dates

Tuesday 17th to Saturday 21st March  2020 (7.45pm)

Rehearsal period

Rehearsals will take place from January on Monday to Thursday, as well as around 3 hours of rehearsal on a Sunday. Sometimes there may be a need to rehearse on Saturdays and to rehearse on different days and times. Most actors will only be called for 2 rehearsals a week until the final few weeks, when actors should be prepared to rehearse on up to 4 days a week.

Please note: This is an amateur production. You do not need to be a member of Putney Theatre Company to audition, but actors and crew will need to become members to take part in the show for £20 a year, and a £25 show fee will also be due.

Audition details

You do not need to prepare anything, as audition speeches from the play will be provided on the day for you to look at. It will be helpful to have read the play, however, so that you have an understanding of the character/s you are auditioning for. Please also make sure you arrive on time.


Paul has made a killing with a computer game he invented in a fit of pique at his dad, who thought he was wasting the advantages a privileged childhood had bought him.

Alan plots retribution on the man he holds responsible for murdering his son. But did he neglect his own duty, leaving his son unprotected and with no idea what it means to be a man?

Davey, raised in poverty by his mum, is left negotiating his violent neighbourhood, where everyone turns a blind eye to the bullies who hold sway.

In this heartbreaking, painful three-hander, these interconnected stories – told through a series of compelling monologues – gradually interconnect to reveal a devastating tale of violence, loss and revenge.


Paul – Playing age: late 20s–mid 30

Alan Playing age: 40-50

Davey – Playing age: 18


Opportunities available include:

  • Lighting operator

  • Sound operator

Please get in touch with  with zoe.jeffadputneyarts@gmail.com or info@putneyartstheatre.org.uk if you are interested in getting involved.

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