She will be using the Simon Stephens’ version of the play.
To apply to take part onstage, please read the play and familiarise yourself with whichever scene you would like to work on (no need to be off-book). Hattie will be looking at the below scenes and characters:
NORA & KRISTINE
p16 Nora: ‘Don't be cross with me.’ to Nora’s line ‘Is it foolish to save your husband's life?’
NORA & RANK
p60, Nora: ‘I knew it was you. I recognised the way you rang the bell.’ to Nora’s line
‘Please. Dr Rank. Don't be cross with me.’ on p.67
KRISTINE & KROGSTAD
p81 Kristine: ‘Come in here. There's no one around.’ to Krogstad’s line ‘I can't quite believe this is happening to me.’ on p.85
Please include your pic, CV and a telephone number & send to: email@example.com, with the subject heading HATTIE
Closing date for applications is Friday 16 February
If you have not heard by the end of Monday 19 February then please assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion.
Even if you are applying to take part, please still remember to book your place for the masterclass!
About HattieHattie Morahan’s prolific career encompasses extensive theatre, film & television credits.
Her theatre work includes Anatomy of a Suicide at the Royal Court, A Doll’s House at the Young Vic, West End and New York (for which she was awarded the Best actress prize at the Critics’ Circle Awards in 2013 and won the Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in 2012 for her portrayal of Nora), The Changeling at Shakepeare’s Globe, Plenty at Sheffield Crucible, The Real Thing at the Old Vic, Time and the Conways, The Seagull and Iphigenia at Aulis at the National, Family Reunion at the Donmar and Night of the Soul, The Prisoner’s Dilemma and Hamlet for the RSC.
Television credits include Inside No 9, My Mother and Other Strangers, The Outcast, Arthur and George, The Bletchley Circle, Law and Order, Midsomer Murders, Outnumbered, Lewis, Lark Rise to Candleford, Marple, Trial and Retribution, Sense & Sensibility and New Tricks.
Hattie’s films include Beauty and the Beast, Mr. Holmes, Alice Through The Looking Glass, The Visit, The Golden Compass, Good Boy and Love Hate.
Hattie also features regularly on BBC Radio 4 dramas.