Auditions!  for All An Act Theatre’s 2022 productions of


Agatha Christie’s “Love from A Stranger” 

By Agatha Christie and Frank Vosper



“The Haunting of Hill House”

Adapted to the stage by F. Andrew Leslie, Based on the Novel by Shirley Jackson


Sunday December 5 & and Monday December 6, 2021 at 7 PM  (Please be prompt!)


Auditions will be held at

All An Act Theatre - 652 West 17th  Street - Erie, PA 16502


Cold readings will be provided.


All An Act Theatre is open to non-traditional and diverse casting, and new actors are highly encouraged to audition!

PLEASE NOTE: All actors auditioning must show proof that they are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. You will be asked to provide your vaccination card or a picture of it for proof of vaccination. Masks must be worn at all times and social distancing maintained until you are called to the stage to read.

Agatha Christie’s “Love from A Stranger”


Performance Dates: Feb 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27


Performance times for all shows: Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 PM, Sundays at 3 PM


Rehearsals for “Love from A Stranger” will begin after the New Year.


Questions: Email David W. Mitchell -



Character Breakdown:

Louise Garrard (Auntie Loo-Loo, 60+)  -A professional “fusser”.

Mavis Wilson (30ish)             - A pleasant woman with a firm manner.

Cecily Harrington (30ish)       - A bubbly, adventurous romantic, mainly because she can now afford to be.

Bruce Lovell (30-35ish)          - A picture of  health. A mix of shyness and utter unselfconsciousness.

Nigel Lawrence (35-40ish)    - A neat, military man. Perhaps a little gray at the temples.

Hodgson         (65+)                - An Elderly Man with a direct manner.

Ethel (18-25ish)                       - Not very bright and rather untidy, but she smiles a lot.

Dr. Gribble (60ish)                  - A man of intense charm and sweetness of manner.



“The Haunting of Hill House”


Performance Dates”: March 25, 26, 27, April 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10


Performance times for all shows: Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 PM, Sundays at 3 PM

Rehearsals for “The Haunting of Hill House” will begin in February.

Questions: Email J.D. Mizikowski at

Character Breakdown “The Haunting of Hill House”

Eleanor Vance          - Late 20’s-30s, a troubled young woman. She hopes her visit to Hill House will help her break away from her controlling sister and enable her to start a new life. Once Eleanor arrives though, the house seems to focus its attentions on her.


Mrs. Dudley               - 60 and older, the housekeeper and cook at Hill House. She is not interested in the ongoing investigations at Hill House. Her only concern is sticking to the letter of her agreement as caretaker of Hill House.


Theodora                  - Late 20s -30s, young bohemian who comes to Hill House at the invitation of Dr. Montague. Light-hearted and open-minded. She is believed to have a psychic sensitivity which the Dr hopes will deepen his understanding of Hill House.


Dr. Montague            - 50s-60s, an anthropologist with a belief in parapsychology. He has rented Hill House for the summer to further his studies away from the judgmental eyes of his colleagues. He is protective of the people he has invited to Hill House but is determined to learn its secrets.

Luke Sanderson        - Late 20s- 30s , a rakish young man who is a member of the family that owns Hill House. He is quick to make a joke and maintains a positive attitude throughout the events he encounters during the investigation.


Mrs. Montague           - 50s-60s, she has her own ideas about the paranormal presence at Hill House and little regard for her husband’s methods or companions. She only trusts her companion Arthur Parker and is determined to get to the bottom of the goings on at Hill House using her own methods.


Arthur Parker               -40s-50s, Mrs. Montague’s traveling companion. He is a brash, imposing man who only listens to Mrs. Montague. He is the polar opposite of Dr. Montague.