Anglian Players to hold read-through for next production - The White Sheep of the Family

15:13 14 February 2013

The Anglian Players rehearsing for their recent performance of Reality Check in March Town Hall

The Anglian Players rehearsing for their recent performance of Reality Check in March Town Hall

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THE Anglian Players are already preparing for their next production after a successful performance of Reality Check at March Town Hall.

Preparations are well under way to present The White Sheep of the Family on May 16-18.

The play, written by L du Garde Peach and Ian Hay in 1951, is a comedy in three acts and revolves around a family of high-class crooks whose son wants to go straight – the ‘white sheep of the family’.

There will be a read-through of the play on Tuesday, February 26 at 7.30pm in Room 7 of the March Community Centre in Station Road. Auditions for parts in the play will be held on Thursday, February 28, also at 7.30pm in the same location.

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