S H E R L O C K ` S L A S T C A S E A U D I T I O N S T O D A Y !
Sherlock’s Last Case
Thursday, August 8,
Friday, August 9
Saturday, August 10
All performances 8pm
Wednesday, August 14
Board of Director’s
Location: Board Room,
Stafford’s Perry Hotel,
Heinz as Colonel Mustard (right) in 80’s Retro version
SHERLOCK’S LAST CASE
Come and join the newest director to Little
Traverse Civic Theatre, Nathan Edwards, to audition for the next show in LTCT’s five-play season.
solve "the perfect murder." This mystery is full of
laughs and thrills that are sure to excite audiences of all ages.
Auditions will be two days this week; Tuesday,
August 6 on the CTAC stage at 7pm and Thursday, August 8 in the upper level of the Carnegie
Building (old Library) at 7pm.
LTCT is looking for adult actors to fill a variety of
roles. All auditioning actors will be required to
deliver lines in a English accent. Coaching for
English accents will be available during rehearsals.
Sherlock’s Last Case, a delightfully dark comedy leaves the famous detective Sherlock Holmes
and his right-hand man Dr. Watson trying to
See page 2 for more information on the director
of Sherlock’s Last Case.
CLUE RETRO PERFORMS
FINAL SHOWS THIS WEEKEND
Ulrich as Colonel Mustard (right) in 50’s version
It’s been a “long haul”, as Mr. Boddy would put it, but
this weekend marks the final three shows of a sevenmonth project that was Clue.
The idea started during auditions, when director Aleta
Watton remarked how she had more than enough
actors at auditions for two casts for Clue. She also
noticed that about half of those auditioning
were older adults that would work well for a
50’s based show, and about half were younger adults and college students that wouldn’t
necessarily fit a 50’s style production.
The resulting proposal to the LTCT Board of
Directors was a dual show, one being a 50’s
original script and one being slightly adapted
to the 80’s. The plan was that the “Retro”
cast would work backstage roles for the
“Traditional” cast, and then the traditional
cast would flip and work support roles for the
The plan was not
without its bumps,
as schedules became tight for both
actors and support
roles alike and
to be made, but for
the most part the
plan was a success. Actors such as Tracy Ulrich, who performed
Colonel Mustard in the spring 50’s show and Chris
Heinz, who played the Cop for Ulrich’s Mustard,
This is just one example of many of how these two
shows and casts worked together, truly showing what
Little Traverse Civic Theatre is all about; collaboration, good theatre and dedication to the arts in Northern Michigan!
Don’t forget; LTCT NEEDS YOU!
There are lots of volunteer
opportunities for this upcoming
Contact [email protected] or log onto
www.ltct.org for more information!
Nathan is new to the lead director’s chair,
but not to Little Traverse Civic Theatre. He
has worked with the Children’s Theatre,
has performed onstage, and most recently
helped with construction for the set of
both productions of Clue. Edwards is a
reporter for TV 7&4 news and stays
active in both Petoskey and LTCT.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OPERATION COUNCIL CHAIR:
PRODUCTION COUNCIL CHAIR: William Santos
MEMBERS AT LARGE: