Be You Productions is excited to announce our 2022 production of Ordinary Days to be staged in October at the MC Showroom.


Seeking eight passionate storytellers 

This show is about connection; four individual people struggling to connect. It's made up of pieces that, like its characters, reveal themselves to be part of a much bigger story than we might have first imagined.

Our version of the show will be double cast, with every performance presented showcasing a different combination of people - no two performances will be the same, and each actor will have a buddy to work on character development.


Be You Group is proud of our diverse community and want to ensure that people feel welcome and empowered in equal measure. Belonging and Balance are at the forefront of all that we do.

As such, our casting process reflects our commitment as an organisation to ensure we are creating an inclusive environment with balanced representation.


We welcome with open arms performers who identify as Indigenous, Black, a Person of Colour (IBPOC), culturally, gender and body diverse, and people of all abilities. Please let us know how we may further reach out to you and support your application.



If you’re not ready to submit but would like us to provide extra support, please launch the form and register as interested - we will then be in contact with you to help you through the process. There is no issue great or small that we won’t help with, so please reach out to Brendan (Our Casting Director) through the form. Alternatively you can email casting@beyouinc.org

This is a paid opportunity through our Ethical Profit Share model.

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Introducing our Directors for Ordinary Days!


Bronya Doyle (she/her)

John Mondelo (he/him)

Lana Davey (they/she)

Oliver Ross (he/him)


Overseeing this fabulous team is our wonderful Producer Nabs Adnan (he/him)


Words hold power, so we’ve appointed multiple directors who will collaborate over each discipline to support our show and our cast to place storytelling at the centre of Ordinary Days. We believe a democratic model where everyone’s voices are heard and everyone is included in decision making creates the most dynamic shows and embraces diverse experiences and contributions.


Thank you again to everyone who applied for the team, we were humbled by the chats we had with up and coming creatives and theatre makers.

Important Dates:

Rehearsal Workshop: 

Three sessions between 7-14 August



18 September - 23 October

Mon & Wed (Nights)
Sunda (Day)



26-30th October 2022

Leading Directors:

Bradley Dylan (he/they) & Daniele Buatti (he/him)


Nabs Adnan (he/him)