BENDIGO Theatre Company is calling for directors for its two major productions this year.
Comedy play One Man, Two Guvnors will feature in June while musical Legally Blonde will take to the stage in the second half of the year.
But before auditions are held and rehearsals begin, the BTC committee will appoint directors for the two shows.
Richard Bean’s One Man, Two Guvnors is based on the 18th century Italian play The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni.
Set in Brighton in the 1950s, it features a live skiffle band, a bumbling servant with dreams food and money and an eerily convincing disguise used to stay one step ahead of the police.
The comedy play found much success when it premiered on the West End and Broadway with actor-turned-television host James Corden winning the Tony Award for best actor in 2012.
Expressions of interest for the director, musical director, choreographer and rehearsal pianist are also open for the musical Legally Blonde.
Based on the novel and 2001 film, Legally Blonde premiered as a musical in 2007 and was nominated for seven Tony Awards.
Since then it has toured worldwide including an eight month run in Australia.
It follows sorority girl Elle Woods as she applies to Harvard Law School in an effort to win back her ex-boyfriend.
In March, BTC are also putting on their 10x10 project.
The project sees 10 locally-written plays directed and performed by BTC members.
The 10x10 project is on from March 23 to 25. Tickets to see the plays are on sale now.
It is the second year the company has hosting the 10x10 project.
Anyone interesting in directing One Man, Two Guvnors should fill out an expression of interest form by Friday, March 10.
Applications for the positions of director, musical director, choreographer and rehearsal pianist for Legally Blonde close on Friday, March 17.
Head to www.bendigotheatrecompany.org to download the application forms or to buy tickets to The 10x10 Project.