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Jesus Christ Superstar (2018) - Photo by Richard Brown

Open Auditions

Progress auditions are open to members, all ex-members, and non-members residing within 10 miles of Progress.

you are cast for a show, you will need to become a member this is for legal and safety reasons.


Progress Theatre is committed to the principles of inclusion, and roles are open to all, including any age, gender identity, disability or ethnicity. Although some characters may be historical figures, auditionees of different ethnicities, disabilities and gender identities are encouraged to audition. We are committed to improving our access to all and would love to welcome you to the Progress community. Please get in touch at [email protected], to let us know if you have any access/inclusion requirements or concerns including (but not exclusive to): disability, gender, race, sexuality, gender identity, age, financial aid. 


Auditions for Yous Two by Georgia Christou

Directed by Penny Wenham

Auditions will be held on 

  • Thursday 25 Nov 7.30pm &

  • Sun 28th Nov 2.30pm in the Small Hall 

at Park United Reformed Church, near Palmer Park, RG6 1DN

Please contact producer [email protected] to book a space at one of these auditions.

If you are unable to attend either audition or have any concerns about attending an in-person audition, please contact Chris in advance to make alternative arrangements. 


  • Jonny ​​male​​ playing age 36 – appears naked
  • Billie ​​female ​​playing age 15 (actor must be 18+ see note below)
  • Rachel​​ female ​​playing age 16 (actor must be 18+ see note below)
  • Fudge​​ male​​ playing age 16 (actor must be 18+ see note below)

All characters smoke on stage.

We plan to cast 18+ actors for the teenage roles because of the nudity at the beginning of the play (Jonny in the bath) and the smoking.


Fifteen-year-old Billie has lived with her dad in their little flat for as long as she can remember, but all that's about to change. She's got big plans – get Dad a job, sort out her grades, and live in a house with five bathrooms. But one reckless night threatens to undo all her hard work and derail her ambitions… When it’s always been the two of you, how easy is it to get out, or to let anyone else in? What happens when those you should depend on need you more than you need them.