Arts / Tempo desperately seeks ‘Alice’

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A MISSIVE saying Tempo is “desperately seeking Alice” has arrived from director Jon Elphick.

It’s not a missing person plea, but rather a callout for an actress to play Alice Tinker in Tempo Theatre’s next big production, “A Vicar of Dibley Christmas”.

Unfortunately, Elphick says, the original Alice can no longer be in the show and if they can find a replacement he’s sure it will be another great and popular production.

“She needs to have a stage age of twenties to thirties and act the ditsy blond,” Elphick says, adding, “it is a fabulous part for a talented actress.”

Inquiries to Elphick on 0400 934491.

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