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Garland Civic Theatre Holds Auditions for “The Servant’s Last Serve”

This is your chance to be a star!

AUDITIONS for “The Servant's Last Serve”

By John & Karl Kaasik

Directed by Kyle McClaran

Auditions:  Sunday, Jan. 8, 1 – 5 p.m.

Callbacks:  Sunday, Jan. 8, 6 p.m.

Location:  GCT Rehearsal Space, 2703 National Place, Garland, 75041

Appointments:  972-485-8884 /

Production Dates:  Feb. 23 – Mar. 18, 2017

All roles are available and open to an ethnically diverse casting aged 16 - 70.  (5 males / 3 females)

Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.  Please bring a headshot and resume to your appointment if you have them available.  These are appreciated, but not required.  

The aging Winston Livingston is diagnosed with psychosis and is given mere months to live. He makes all the necessary arrangements in his will, but when his faithful servants and his materialistic niece find out that he has left the bulk of his estate to his cat, the fur begins to fly!  Hilarity ensues as Master Fifi, the cat, goes missing while the members of the household try to lure it to its death and an inept inspector investigates the disappearance of the feline.  It’s mad cap fun that’ll keep you in stitches!

Setting:  1912, London, England


Sir Winston Livingston:  70's, white hair, wheelchair, refined, pipe, obvious wealth.

Leonard:  Polished butler, fawning.

Edgar:  Folksy, elderly, Irish, gardener.

Doctor Bradsworth:  Doddering physician, well past his prime.

Esther:  Bubbly cook. In love with Leonard.

Gladys:  Innocent, provincial, housemaid.

Inspector Woodmore:  Scotland Yard sleuth

Meredith:  Winston's niece from America, Southern belle, opportunist

Master Fifi:  Winston’s precious cat.

Performances are Thursday, Feb. 23 through Saturday, Mar. 18 at the Granville Arts Center, 300 North Fifth Street, Garland, Texas.

Performances include a Thursday night Preview (Feb. 23) at 7:30 p.m.

   Friday and Saturday nights at 8:00 p.m. 

   and Sunday Matinees (Mar. 5 and 12) matinees at 2:30 p.m. 

Visit the GCT website at or call 972-485-8884 for additional information.