Auditions for the Players Guild’s spring production (April 19-28) of “One Man, Two Guvnors”, directed by Clint Hames, will be held Thursday, November 30 & Sunday, December 3 between 6:30 and 9:30pm.

Roles call for 6 men, ages 20s through 60s and three women, ages 20s to 40s. You can obtain a script ahead of time to read; these are being made available as pdfs so they can be emailed.(Send script request to

Auditions will be held in a slightly different format; all interested in auditioning are asked to pre-register, by sending your name, contact info, and roles you would be interested in auditioning for, by email to:

Auditions will be at the Guild Hall; your exact time will be confirmed by email by November 28

About the Show:

“One Man, Two Guvnors” is a true, modern British farce, and one of the funniest shows staged in the West End and Broadway of the past decade.
Set in the early ‘60s in Brighton, England, it sees Francis, a suddenly unemployed musician, pick up two jobs serving two different ‘masters’, both of whom have shady backgrounds. He has to keep the two guvnors from finding out about each other. Seems simple…right?!

Nominated for seven Tony Awards; Best Actor won by James Corden (now host of “The Late Late Show”).