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Drouillard-Sambrook-Kingston LLP
A proud sponsor of Penny & Pound!

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Frequently Asked
Questions

Ethan O'Krafka in
'The Diary of Anne Frank' (2019)

Jaida Smith and Ruby Cudney in
'The Canterville Ghost' (2016)

QUESTION 1:
Why do you charge a participation fee?

Our participation fee is used to ensure that our productions are professional and high-quality. The fee covers the costs of the show rights, theatre rental, costumes, props, sound equipment, marketing/promotions and rehearsal space. No salaries or honorariums are paid using the participation fees. Want to help us eliminate our fee? Visit our 'Sponsorship' page for more info on how you can support us, and our youth! 

QUESTION 2:
What's the age range?

Usually, we cast actors aged 14-24. However, we have cast actors over 24 in the past. Occasionally, there are also opportunities for our 'P&P Juniors,' or those under 14!

QUESTION 3:
Do I need past theatre experience to audition for a production?

No! We cast actors of all experience and range!

QUESTION 4:
How many weeks do you rehearse?

For a play, the rehearsal process lasts ten weeks. For a musical, the rehearsal process is twelve weeks. 

QUESTION 5:
How do I get involved in a P&P production?

Auditions are held throughout the season. Straight play auditions usually consist of a cold-read from the script or a monologue, while musical auditions consist of a prepared vocal piece and monologue. Visit our 'Auditions' page for more info! 

QUESTION 6:
What is P&P's Small Stage series?

Formerly known as 'Second Stage,' the Small Stage series consists of one-night only events, including cabarets, one act plays and more!
Auditions for our 2019/2020 Small Stage performances will be announced soon!