A VITAL prop is being sought by Wick Theatre Company for its production of Death of a Salesman.
A small 1950s-style fridge is needed, measuring about 60cm square.
Anna Quick said: “The fridge will be used on stage during the production and is an integral part of the action.
“If you have a fridge (working or not) you think might fit the bill and are willing to lend, or sell, to us we would love to hear from you.”
Contact director Graham Till at email@example.com or call Anna Quick on 07886439297.
Arthur Miller’s classic play is Wick Theatre Company’s entry into the Brighton and Hove Arts Council Awards 2013. Last year, Wick’s production of Calendar Girls won two categories.
This year, the company will be competing against seven other drama groups, including Southwick Players, with George Orwell’s Animal Farm.
Local actor and producer Keith Drinkel will be judging the plays, starting with Animal Farm, September 25 to 27, at the Barn Theatre, Southwick.
Death of a Salesman is third on the list, at the Barn Theatre, Southwick from October 9 to 12.
Tickets for the Wick production are priced at £11.00. Contact the box office on 01273 597094 or visit www.wicktheatre.co.uk for more information.