Call for actors & production crew for Lakeshore Players’ THE INSPECTOR GENERAL

The play will open the theatre company's 2016-17 season this November

The Inspector General

Lakeshore Players Dorval is looking for the following to participate in their upcoming production of “The Inspector General“:

1. Zippo – male 20s-30s – friend of the man posing to be the Inspector General, pretends to be his valet, happy-go-lucky. Medium sized role.
2. Controller – male 30s-60s – corrupt city official with a minor drinking problem. Medium sized role.
3. Police Chief – male 30s-60s – corrupt police chief. Small role.

– Stage Manager
– Board Operator
– Lighting Designer

This is a non-paid, non-equity, amateur production. Rehearsals are Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Sunday afternoons. Tech run is Nov 5th – 9th and shows are Nov 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th 2016.

Submit your applications to Jeremy Glenn at

Lakeshore Players


Lakeshore Players Dorval is a not-for-profit community theatre company that has been delivering professional-quality live shows for over 50 years.

The company mounts three major productions per season, each running for a two week period. A volunteer-based organization, Lakeshore Players Dorval fosters an environment where members can exercise their creativity and passion, both on stage and behind the scenes.

Lakeshore Players Dorval is built on the talent and dedication of its members.
From acting to set design, producing and more, they are at the heart of it all, helping us delight audiences each year. The company also has an enthusiastic Board of Directors who is focused on growth as well as maintaining a welcoming, family environment for all who want to join in the fun.

Lakeshore Players Dorval is all about community – inside and out. We also partner with local not-for-profit groups to help with their fundraising efforts. What better way to raise funds than an entertaining night out!

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