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Audition Notice: Reasons To Be Pretty


The next STG production, in association with Aaron Pennie and Gary Hurr, will be Reasons To Be Pretty by Neil LaBute in April 2017.

Auditions will be held in a Glasgow venue (to be confirmed) on:

Sunday the 5th February, from 12pm onwards (20 minute slots)

Wednesday the 8th February, 6pm onwards (20 minute slots)

Characters: 2 Male, 2 Female (Age range – late 20’s to early 30’s)

If you’re interested please prepare a 2-3 minute monologue from a contemporary American play. There will also be an opportunity to work shop scenes from the play.


Greg’s tight-knit social circle is thrown into turmoil when his offhand remarks about a female coworker’s pretty face and his own girlfriend Steph’s lack thereof get back to Steph. But that’s just the beginning. Greg’s best buddy, Kent, and Kent’s wife, Carly, also enter into the picture, and the emotional equation becomes exponentially more complicated. As their relationships crumble, the four friends are forced to confront a sea of deceit, infidelity, and betrayed trust in their journey to answer that oh-so-American question: How much is pretty worth?

Rehearsals start on the week beginning the 20th of February, for two nights a week, depending on cast availability.

STG are a Community Theatre Group and a registered charity: Registered charity number: SC042388

The show is unpaid.

Week of production is 17th to the 22nd of April 2017 at Websters Theatre.


email us for an audition slot at:


Glengarry Glen Ross Cast

The Cast:

Richard Roma – Iain Campbell

Shelly Levene – Richard Craig

David Moss – Aaron Pennie

George Aaronow – Stewart Macdougall

John Williamson – Thomas Gemmell

James Lyngk – Kristopher Curran

Waitress / Baylen – Sasha Macpherson

Blake – Gary Hurr 

 It’s going to be unmissable!!

New Show – Glengarry Glen Ross

Here’s the poster for our next full-length show!

Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet – a play about desperate real estate agents using ruthless methods to sell subpar properties to naive buyers. Packed full of wit, swearing, and double-dealing.

The tiny Gothics (hour long melodrama/horrors from the Victorian age) are still under construction (keep getting in touch if you’re interested). 

We’ll be putting out an audition notice for Glengarry Glen Ross soon – meanwhile you can already buy tickets!


Glengarry-Glen-Ross poster

The Winter’s Tale – Ticket Deal

We run until Saturday 27th February 2016 and have a new last minute ticket price!

Tickets are now £10 / £6

with no hidden booking fees when you buy your tickets online:


Come & see our tragic – funny – magical play!

Here is a very blurry photo of the cast in action on opening night:


The Winter’s Tale – nearly first night!

Tomorrow is our tech/dress stumble through & then we’re open to the public… Last minute tasks include making a baby bump, emailing everyone about everything, and washing suits fit for Gentlemen Born.

Our soundtrack is a mix of soul, country and Celtic harps… Our bear decision is made… all we need is YOU – our lovely audience.

Tickets can be purchased here:


The Winter’s Tale – Why?


Tickets Here: http://www.webstersglasgow.com/events/a-winters-tale-2016-02-24/

People have asked why we choose to do The Winter’s Tale – one of Shakespeare’s later, romantic tragi-comedies, known for it’s odd structure and abrupt resolution – and we have lots of reasons.

One – we’re clearly tapped into the zeitgeist – since it was announced as part of The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s season  at The Garrick shortly after we made the decision to stage our own version. http://www.branaghtheatre.com/

And beyond that – so much of it seems to resemble childhood fairytales… Winter, Spring, wild animals, a babe lost and rescued, the dead miraculously brought back to life, ghosts, oracles, tyrannical parents, and lovers put through ordeals before they can live happily ever after.

The story has magic, loss, sorrow, regret, love, redemption, a strong sense of cyclical time and Pantomime in the characters of rogue, Clown and Shepherd who clash over money, class and deception.

In short – it’s a strange, beautiful, funny play & well worth revisiting.

The Winter’s Tale – Propmaggedon


Props are terrible things designed by demons to be forgotten, tripped over or left on stage when they should be removed.

Props should be kept to an absolute minimum – unless you’ve got a well-trained army of guerrilla stage hands ever ready to ambush a wine glass lingering into a scene set in a hospital (etc etc) – but even then – there still comes a time when the revolting critters have to be rounded up and plonked on the props table.

Luckily Shakespeare pretty much wrote everything to bellowed at the gallery without too much palaver.

The worst thing we’re facing is working out exactly what he means by a fardel (it’s the box – the damn box) and the best thing is that there’s only 20 or so small items on our list…

Although – we may be in denial about the prospect of finding Rosemary and Rue in Glasgow.

Come and see if we succeed next week! We open on Wednesday 24th February it runs until Saturday 27th.