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September 11, 2018

A Music Box Christmas: Up on the Rooftop - Non-Union - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Will (Lead): Male, 18+, 5’4” to 5’7”. Young adult to play a child young enough to maybe still believe in Santa. Strong actor with a youthful tenor/baritenor voice. Nellie’s older brother and one of the heroes of our story who is a bit stiff at first but eventually opens up. Must move extremely well. Nellie (Lead): Female, 18+, 4’10” to 5’2”. Young adult to play a child young enough to believe in Santa. Strong actress with a clear belt/mix. Will’s younger sister and one of the heroes of our story who is full of curiosity. Goofy member of the family who is trying to get Will to loosen up. Must move extremely well. Dad/Snow Miser/Santa (Lead): Male, 18+, 5’11” to 6’4”. Very strong character actor with a rich baritenor voice who can portray a variety of mature roles. A warmhearted father type (to read early to mid-40s) whose love for his family translates when he plays Santa. The Snow Miser is a big ham who sets out to cause mischief and destroy the holiday cheer. Must move well. Mom/Head Elf (Lead): Female, 18+, 5’6” to 5’9”. Very strong character actress with a pure belt/mix voice who can portray a variety of mature roles. A loving, mother type (to read late 30s to mid-40s) who is always there for her children. The Head Elf is very much in charge and Santa’s right-hand helper. Must move well.


Broadway Center Stage 2018-19 Season - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:"Little Shop of Horrors" Seymour Krelborn (Offer out, not yet accept); male, 25- 35, any ethnicity. Our unlikely hero. Bespectacled, Insecure, anxious, and socially inept. Enamoured by Audrey, but lacking the courage to admit to it, he finds unexpected glory in his incredible horticultural skills. (A2-G4) Audrey (Cast): female, 25-35, any ethnicity. Billie-Dawn-like, secret love of Seymour's life. Sweet and vulnerable, beaten down after years of abuse, afraid to dream that she is worth more than she has always been told. She has no concept of her power over men. (G#3 - D5) Orin Scrivello, DDS (Cast): male, 30-40, any ethnicity. An egotistical dentist with a passion for leather and sadistic tendencies. Abusive, manipulative, and cruel, he enjoys wielding power over others. (G2-G4) Mr. Mushnik (Cast): male, 55-65, any ethnicity. The seasoned owner of the failing East Side flower shop and Seymour's nosy boss. He is profit-driven, greedy, and manipulative. (G2 - F4) Audrey II (Cast): male, open age, an actor/vocalist located offstage. A strong character singer; rock, rhythm and blues style; a sweet-talking, street-smart, rhythm and blues version of the devil. (G2-G4) Crystal: female, 20-35, any ethnicity. Crystal, Ronnette and Chiffon are Street urchins, acting as the occasional Greek Chorus - our musical guides through the story. Young, hip, and smart, these girls are the only ones who have a grip on reality. (Ab3-F5) Ronnette: female, 20-35, any ethnicity. Crystal, Ronnette and Chiffon are Street urchins, acting as the occasional Greek Chorus - our musical guides through the story. Young, hip, and smart, these girls are the only ones who have a grip on reality. (Ab3-F5) Chiffon: female, 20-35, any ethnicity. Crystal, Ronnette and Chiffon are Street urchins, acting as the occasional Greek Chorus - our musical guides through the story. Young, hip, and smart, these girls are the only ones who have a grip on reality. (Ab3-F5) "The Music Man" Harold Hill: (Cast): male, 35-45, any ethnicity. Our story’s unsuspecting protagonist and traveling con man. Unattached, fast talking, and persuasive. Quick to make others fall in love with him, he knows how to read a room, and never overstays his welcome. He finds a formidable sparring partner in Marian, and can’t help but be enamoured by one who challenges him. (Ab2 - F4) Marian Paroo: female, 25-35, any ethnicity. To those that don’t understand her, she appears stuffy and stuck up, but Marian is brilliant, driven, and ever curious. A champion of the library and “questionable books”, she is unwilling to compromise herself for anyone less driven and brilliant than herself. (G3-A5) Charlie Cowell: male, 25-45, any ethnicity. A traveling salesmen, and the only one on to Hill's schemes. Tirelessly attempts to prove to everyone the true con man behind Harold Hill, in an attempt to make himself a hero. Mayor Shin: male, 50-60, any ethnicity. A blustery, self-important politician. Begrudgingly married to Eulalie, he is skeptical of the town rumor mill. Ewart Dunlop: male, 25-45, any ethnicity. Owner of the General Store, Member of the School Board turned into Barbershop Quartet, another bickering business man until he is united with the others by Harold Hill and sings and acts in harmony. (F3-F5) Oliver Hix: male, 25-45, any ethnicity. Banker, member of the School Board turned Barbershop Quartet, another bickering business man until he is united by the others by Harold Hill and begins to sing and act in harmony with them. (B2-F4) Jacey Squires: male, 25-45, any ethnicity. Owner of the livery stable, Member of the School Board turned Barbershop Quartet, another bickering business man until he is united with the others by Harold Hill, and sings and acts in harmony. (C3-C5) Olin Britt: male, 25-45, any ethnicity. Editor of the Gazette, Member of the School Board turned into Barbershop Quartet, a bickering business man until he is united with the others by Harold Hill, and learns not only to sing in harmony, but to behave in harmony. (F2-C4) Marcellus Washburn: male, 30-40, any ethnicity. Former con man and chummy friend of Harold Hill, he now lives in River City and is trying to get out of the game. Harold’s helper in time of need, he attempts to help him flee town when the con goes south; G2-A4 Tommy Djilas: male, 15-20, any ethnicity. An attractive young man from the wrong side of the tracks, he is secretly courting Zaneeta. He finds confidence and trust in Harold, growing into the assistant leader of the Children’s Band. Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn; female, 40-50, any ethnicity. Mayor Shin’s peacock wife. A society lady, and member of every auxiliary organization in town. A serial gossip and snob, she has trouble keeping her opinions to herself; D4-D5 Alma Hix: female, 25-45, any ethnicity. A gossip - “Pick-a-Little Lady” married to Oliver Hix; G3-G5. Winthrop Paroo: male, 8-12, any ethnicity. Marian’s baby brother, shy and isolated due to his pronounced lisp, saddened by the loss of his father. Winthrop finds his confidence through the help of Harold Hill and embraces the marching band; C4-Eb5. Maude Dunlop: female, 25-45, any ethnicity. A gossip - “Pick-a-Little Lady” married to Ewart Dunlop; G3-G5. Ethel Toffelmier: female, 25-40, any ethnicity, a gossip - a “Pick-a-Little Lady”, and Marcellus Washburn’s girlfriend; G3-G5. Mrs.Squires: female, 25-45, any ethnicity. A “Pick-a-Little Lady” married to Jacey Squires; G3-G5. Zaneeta Shin: female, 14-18, any ethnicity. The mayor’s fresh-faced daughter, harboring a crush on the town “bad boy”. On the verge of learning how to stand up for herself. Amaryllis: female, 8-12, any ethnicity. Piano student of Marian’s, fostering a schoolgirl crush on Winthrop. Confused and saddened by Winthrop’s lack of response to her attempts to reach out; C4-E4. Mrs.Paroo: female, 45-60, any ethnicity. Widowed Irish mother to Marian and Winthrop, sweet, cheerful, and always plotting. Always keeps her hands busy, and yearns for happiness for her children; Ab3-Eb5. "The Who’s Tommy" Tommy/Narrator: male, 18-25, any ethnicity. Narrating the life of Tommy age 4 and Tommy age 10, eventually growing into Tommy himself. An embittered young genius stricken deaf, dumb, and blind after a childhood trauma. A natural master of pinball, and later a cult-like hero figure to masses enthralled by his story; Db3-B4. Captain Walker: male, 30-45, any ethnicity. A former soldier with lingering guilt. Violent at times, he loses control when faced with another man in his home, resulting in Tommy’s trauma-induced impairments. Constantly seeking cures, he carries the burden of his son’s disabilities; F3-C#5. Mrs. Walker: female, 25-45, any ethnicity. Weary from years of watching her son struggle and false cures. Tired and frustrated, she blames herself for Tommy’s traumas. She dreams of having a normal family one day, and ultimately wishes only for her son to be happy; G3-D6. Cousin Kevin: male, 18-25, any ethnicity. A bully with sadistic tendencies. Tortures his cousin when they’re young, and later seizes the opportunity to profit from Tommy’s success. Tommy’s closest “friend”, but always with an ulterior motive; Ab2-B4. The Gypsy: female, 25-35, any ethnicity. The “Acid Queen”, a drug dealer and prostitute. Claims that she can cure Tommy’s disabilities through experimental and non-traditional means. Sexual, unique, thrilling and terrifying; G3-F5. Uncle Ernie: male, 30-45, any ethnicity. Mrs. Walker’s unsavory brother. A lecherous, drunken bachelor with a preference for young boys. A slimy opportunist, he molests young Tommy, and later starts a camp to profit from his popularity. Unscrupulous and exploitative. Tommy - age 4: age 4-7, any ethnicity. Innocent and pure, Tommy descends into his own mind and is struck deaf, dumb, and blind after witnessing a traumatic event. Tommy - age 10: age 8-12, any ethnicity. Preadolescent Tommy, taken advantage of by Uncle Ernie, and ruthlessly bullied by Cousin Kevin, he finds focus and purpose in the pinball machine. A presence in grown Tommy’s mind always, he pleads to be seen and healed. (Boy Soprano)


APPOINTMENTS - Alabama Story - Actors
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Seeking:Garth Williams: Male,50-ish or older. Caucasian male. Illustrator/author ("The Rabbit's Wedding"). Functions as the "Stage Manager" (a la "Our Town") in that he may be omnipresent and watchful throughout. A white writer and illustrator from the East Coast, raised and educated in England (no dialect), but a world traveler and resident of many varied locales. The actor assumes the roles of "Others," including aged, sickly Alabama State Representative Bobby Crone, Montgomery newspaper reporter Herschel Webb, segregationist columnist Henry Balch, a Radio Announcer, and White Passersby. Versatile, able to transform and be specific about individual characters without cartooning. Lily Whitfield: Female, age 32. A white woman from small-town Alabama privilege. Genteel Alabama accent. She is sheltered, ashamed, loyal, religious, garrulous, charming, unhappily married, all facade, and ready to blossom. A bit like Sissy Spacek in "The Long Walk Home." There is inquisitiveness and courage under the surface. She plays by the rules with which her upbringing has endowed her, but her thoughtful awareness grows throughout the story. Joshua Moore: Male, age 32. Upwardly mobile middle-class African American man, who left Alabama more than a decade ago. Purposely subtle and suppressed Alabama accent, which becomes more pronounced when agitated. He is aspirational, loyal, kind, worldly, happily married, slow to boil, and a disciple of Dr. King. Well-mannered, considerate, and polite. Real teeth under the surface. Senator E. W. Higgins: Male, 50-ish or more. A white male Alabama State Senator. Pronounced Alabama accent. He is a charmer, a bully, a poisoner, a politician, a victim of the world he grew up in--and in many ways, still a prisoner of it. Loquacious, powerful, and accustomed to getting his way. Adheres to the unspoken "code of the South" and fights to preserve it. Intimidated only by his mentor, Alabama State Representative Bobby Crone. His heart has been obscured underneath his inbred biases, but he has heart, nonetheless. Emily Wheelock Reed: Female, 50-ish or more. A white female librarian, the State Librarian of Alabama, born in North Carolina and raised in Indiana. No Southern accent. Dry and wry. No overt sense of humor. Does not suffer fools. All business. Pragmatic and principled. Professional in demeanor. Not easily ruffled on the surface. A deep and quick thinker. Sturdy spine. If she is intimidated, she does not show it. Willing to be wrong and to admit error, but not easily bent or cowed. Thomas Franklin: Male, 28. A white male reference librarian. Emily's assistant. An Alabama native. Genteel and educated. Pronounced Alabama accent. He is officious, efficient, slightly uncomfortable in his own skin, likable, and dedicated. Neutral and objective when conveying information. Aware of conventions and manners, hierarchy and protocol. Can be a little timid, but also has a spine.


Mean Girls - ECC - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Male & Female Ensemble Singers (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 18-25, characters are any ethnicity, 18-25. Various characters from teens to teachers. Looking for funny people who sing and dance well. Male & Female Ensemble Dancers (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 18-30, characters are any ethnicity, 18-30. Various characters from teens to teachers. Looking for funny people who sing and dance very well.


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