Extinction by Hannie Rayson, directed by Cath Willacy is a mainstream production opening on 2 July 2021

A wild, rainy night and an injured tiger quoll bring together a passionate environmentalist and an unlikely Good Samaritan. What will be compromised in the quest to save the quoll? An intriguing Australian play about conservation, love, sex, money and power.

Auditions will be held on Sunday 11 April from 2 - 5pm and Monday 12 April from 6.30 - 8.30pm, with callbacks, if required, on Thursday 15 April. Cath is looking to audition in small groups so, once you submit your details, Cath will confirm an audition time and provide a copy of the script. The play is a drama, but with lots of comedic wit, and is therefore a great chance to display your acting talent. 

The characters are:

Dr Piper Ross - late 20s/30s, a zoologist, must have an American accent.

Harry Jewell - 40s, CEO of a mining company, any accent.

Andy Dixon - mid-late 30s, a vet and brother of Heather, any accent but similar to Heather.

Professor Heather Dixon-Brown - 40s/early 50s - Director of the CAPE Institute, any accent but similar to Andy.



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The ages are approximate and final casting will be decided on the right 'fit' of those who audition, so please don't let your real age prevent you from auditioning!

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