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April 15, 2019

APPOINTMENTS - AIDA Cruise Lines
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Region: Western

Seeking:Female Singers (Lead): Female, 18-40, any age, any ethnicity. Seeking highly skilled and versatile singers with strong acting abilities and personalities. Candidates must have movement ability for set choreography. Candidates must have strong entertainer abilities, high level of musicality, excellent interpretation skills, and ability to move the audience. Seeking all types of vocal ranges. Male Singers (Lead): Male, 18-40, any age, any ethnicity. Seeking highly skilled and versatile singers with strong acting abilities and personalities. Candidates must have movement ability for set choreography. Candidates must have strong entertainer abilities, high level of musicality, excellent interpretation skills, and ability to move the audience. Seeking all types of vocal ranges. Female Dancers (Lead): Female, 18-40, any age, any ethnicity. Strong technique, ballet, and jazz required. Previous chorus line work preferred. Candidates must have strong entertainer abilities, high level of musicality, excellent interpretation skills, and ability to move the audience. Must be between 5’3”-5’11”. Candidates do not need to have singing ability.


Lookingglass Theatre 2018-2019 Season - EPA - Actors
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Region: Central

Seeking:"The Steadfast Tin Soldier" 5 actors. 4 Musicians. Looking for Principal and Understudy candidates. Show is a Pantomime. Nonverbal narrative auditions welcome. Age Range 20 – 60. World Premiere of "Her Honor Jane Byrne"  10 Actors. Looking for Principal and Understudy candidates. Age Range – 20 -60 "Lookingglass Alice"  Produced in Association with The Actors Gymnasium 5 Actors. Looking for Principal and Understudy candidates. Show is highly physical in nature. Age range – 20-50 *Please note that because Lookingglass produces primarily original work, we do not have scripts available at this time. Each project in consideration requires a contemporary, naturalistic style of performance


Step One Dance Company - Open - Dancers
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Region: Western

Seeking:Male & Female Dancers (Lead): Males & Females, 18+, toned, athletic physiques. Dynamic, elite dancers with great attention to detail who are technically trained in contemporary, ballet, modern, commercial/hip hop, and jazz styles. Must have a strong stage presence and be able to tell a story through dance with soloist performance quality. Must be able to partner and lift.


Ever After - ECC - Singers
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Region: Central

Seeking:Danielle: Female, 20-29, spirited, independent, athletic problem solver; strong Broadway/legit mix-high F with the ability to belt. Rodmilla: Female, 40-59, cold stepmother to Danielle; belter with alto/mezzo range (Must belt a C). Henry: Male, 25-35, headstrong, funny, stubborn prince. Legit tenor to high Ab, light pop sensibility. Leonardo: Male, 40-59, wise, genius, artist; confidante and advisor to Henry and Danielle. Can be baritone or tenor but must have high F. Marguerite: Female, 25-35, entitled, cruel; favored daughter of Rodmilla. Belter and ability to vocally turn on a dime with an excellent legit mezzo soprano. Gustave: Male, 20-29, Danielle’s loyal best friend from childhood– artist in training, tenor. Pierre Mallette: Male, 50-69, wealthy landowner, has sights on Danielle; baritenor – needs a high F. King Francis: Male, 40-69, monarch who asserts his authority over his own family. Competitive and stubborn; baritone, must have a high F. Queen Marie: Female, 40-69, tolerant, kind, compassionate; alto/mezzo. Jacqueline: 18-39, awkward, open-faced daughter of Rodmilla. Warm, smooth mix. Laurent: Male, 30-39, Captain to Francis, sidekick to Henry. Long suffering caretaker, loyal; tenor, High G. Young Danielle: Female, 8-12 Male/Female Ensemble: 20-49, versatile singers and strong dancers to play various ensemble members: Courtiers, Servants, Cargo Master, Boemian Wanderers, Maurice, Louise, Auguste, etc. 16 Chorus Roles 8 Female, 8 Male


White Heron Theatre 2019 Season - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:"The Hound of the Baskervilles" 3 actors play all roles. Clown, Farce. Actor 1: Holmes, Stapleton, Cecille, Stapleton, Mr Barrymore, Mrs Barrymore, Yokel 3 Actor 2: Watson, Yokel 1 Actor 3: Sir Charles Baskerville, Sir Henry Baskerville, Mortimer, Cabbie, Yokel 2, Wise Yokel __________________ "The Weir"  Jack: a mechanic and garage owner in his fifties. Brendan: the owner of the pub in which the play is set. He is in his thirties. Jim: Jack's assistant, in his forties. Finbar Mack: a local businessman in his late forties. Valerie: a Dublin woman in her thirties. ___________________ "Fireflies"  Grace: Eleanor's funny, Southern friend, 60's Eleanor: Spinster, retired schoolteacher, 60's Abel: Charismatic drifter/handyman. 60's Eugene: A young cop __________________ "A Nantucket Christmas Carol"  4 actors play multiple roles Scrooge Actor 1: Bob Cratchit, The Boy, Mrs. Dilber , The Spirit of Christmas Past, Topper, Townsperson #1 Actor 2: Mrs Cratchit, Jolly Gentlewoman #1, Belle, Catherine, Fan Actor 3: Fred Gardner, Marley, Dick Wilkins, Peter, Old Joe. Actor 4: Mrs. Creakle, Jolly Gentlewoman #2, Fezziwig, The Spirit of Christmas Present, Townsperson #2


For The First Time In Forever - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Kristoff: 18+, 5'10" - 6'2", type cast; the rugged, yet charming, ice harvester of Arendelle; shows a love for Anna, and also Queen Elsa's powers . of ice and snow; needs comedic timing and quick wit; non-singing role.


Low Down Dirty Blues - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:Big Mama (Replacement Only): Female, 40-60, owner (and featured singer) of a small after-hours blues club in Chicago; originally from St. Louis, once a minister's daughter; warm, sassy, and bawdy, she sings both blues and gospel in the show, loves to chat and joke with the patrons (audience). Jelly (Replacement Only): Male, 25-55, singer/guitarist; a bluesman, originally from the South. Must be an excellent guitarist with slide steel ability. Southside: Male, 35-55, bluesman; singer only; big, imposing; raised on the Southside of Chicago; dangerous.


Rep Stage 2019-2020 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:“Souvenir” Florence Foster Jenkins (this role has been cast.) (2) Cosme McMoon Male 50s-mid 60s *Please note on resume if you play the piano. _________________ “E2” King Edward II (male 20s-30s, White) - the King of England, Edward of Carnavan. Queen Isabella (female 20s-30s, Black, Latina, or a woman of color) - daughter of the King of France and wife (Queen Consort) of the King of England. Roger Mortimer (male mid to late 30s, White) - advisor to the King of England; a soldier and paramour of the Queen. Piers de Gaveston (male mid to late 20s, Black, Latino, or a man of color) - Earl of Cornwall and a favourite of the King/ ________________ “Kill Move Paradise”  Isa 20’s-40’s. Tiny 12-18. Daz 20’s-30’s. Grif 20’s-30’s. All four roles are black men. _________________ “Dames At Sea” Hennesey/Captain 20’s-40s. Mona Kent female 20s-30s. Joan female 20s-30s. Ruby female 20s-30s. Dick male 20’s-30s. Lucky male 20s-30s.


True Colors Theatre Co. & Theatrical Outfit 2019-20 Seasons - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:For Theatrical Outfit, performances run Wednesdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm, and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30pm. One Monday 7:30pm performance for the Atlanta theatre industry will be scheduled for each production. 1. "Our Town"/"The Laramie Project" (In Repertory) "Our Town"  Considered by many to be the the greatest American play ever, “Our Town” depicts the town of Grover’s Corners in three acts: “Daily Life,” “Love and Marriage,” and “Death and Eternity.” Narrated by a stage manager character and performed with minimal props and sets, this classic chronicles the Webb and Gibbs families as their children fall in love, marry, and eventually – in one of the most famous scenes in theatre – pass away. "The Laramie Project"  In 1998, a university student named Matthew Shepard was kidnapped, beaten, and tied to a prairie fence outside Laramie, Wyoming. When he died days later, the world learned he was targeted because Shepard was gay. A breathtaking collage of the local residents, The Laramie Project is virtuously determined to find the light in an event of harrowing darkness and exposes the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights of compassion of which we are capable. ROLES (10): All actors will play multiple roles in both Our Town and The Laramie Project to be assigned after auditions. All roles will be cast with actors 18 years of age or older. Company Member 1 Company Member 2 Company Member 3 Company Member 4 Company Member 5 Company Member 6 Company Member 7 Company Member 8 Company Member 9 Company Member 10 Understudies 5 understudies to cover all roles ______________________ 2. "Safety Net"  Chris Dove is the first-ever female fire captain in an Alabama town at war with opioids, and she’s facing it head-on, heart-out, and under scrutiny. Meanwhile, her spitfire-of-a-mother, Xenia, tries to conjure stability with bundt cake and Bible verses. When Chris’ mysterious childhood friend, Val, drifts into their lives, daughter and mother find themselves at a tipping point between what’s safe and what saves. Roles (3): Chris Dove: f, 40s, fire captain, a born leader, spunky, smart, and compassionate; courageous, except when it comes to her personal life; a stony countenance hides a tidal wave of emotion; ideally she’s a petite woman—a bulldog in a sparrow’s body. This Role Is Cast. Xenia (Zen-ee-uh) Dove: f, early to mid-60s, Chris’ mother, devout, determined, curious, both upbeat and blue and nursing some deep-felt loss; cooking and feeding is solace and obsession; she struggles with severe spinal stenosis. This Role Is Cast. Val Childers: f, 40s, a high school friend of Chris’, sensitive, raw, awkward, creative; a recovering addict who’s come back from the brink more than once and is still standing at the precipice; ideally. This Role Is Cast. Understudies Understudy for Chris and Val, f, 30s-40s Understudy for Xenia, f, 50s-60s _____________________ 3. "The Wickhams: Christmas At Pemberley"  Welcome back to Regency-era romance with The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley, a companion to TO’s Pride and Prejudice-inspired Miss Bennet. While the Miss Bennet plot unfolds upstairs, Pemberley’s servants navigate their own scandal down below, as a diligent housekeeper, an indomitable maid, and a lovesick groomsman struggle to control the boorish Mr. Wickham. Gunderson and Melcon’s latest love letter to Jane Austen celebrates family and forgiveness at the time of year we need both of them the most. Roles (7): Mrs. Reynolds: f, 50s-60s, the housekeeper at Pemberley, knows all and sees all, has been on staff since Darcy was a child, a mother figure to the household. Brian: m, 20s, a footman, brilliant mind, in love with technology and inventions, sincere and earnest. Cassie: f, 20s, the new housemaid, a village girl, an orphan who came from less than nothing. The opportunity to work at Pemberley means security she has never had, and she takes this job very seriously. She is sometimes maybe too eager, a bit headstrong. Mrs. Elizabeth Darcy: f, 20s, mistress of Pemberley. Confident, charming, and witty. She makes a fun and surprising lady of the house. She is best friends with her sister Jane. THIS ROLE IS CAST. Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy: m, 30s, master of Pemberley. A loving, generous, and smart (if slightly stiff) husband. He is quiet and vigilant and thus sees what others often miss. He knows what being lovelorn is like. This Role Is Cast. Lydia Wickham: f, 20s, a bright, warm and charming personality, if sometimes a bit much, married too young to Mr. Wickham. This Role Is Cast. George Wickham: m, 30s-40s, grew up at Pemberley, son of the former steward, once a soldier, has been in and out of trouble (of his own making) his whole life. Understudies Understudy for Lydia, Cassie, f, 20s Understudy for Lizzie, f, 20s Understudy for Darcy, Wickham, m, 20s-30s Understudy for Brian, m, 20s-30s Understudy for Mrs. Reynolds, f, 50s-60s _______________________ 4. "Slow Food"  Irene and Peter just want a quiet anniversary meal while on vacation in Palm Springs, but the evening heats up when a neurotic waiter won’t bring their food, and everything goes deliriously wrong. This fussy server has the couple second-guessing their menu choices, parenting skills, and their very future together. Will their shared desperation get them their spanakopita or end a marriage? Everything (and nothing) is on the table in this zesty comedy about painfully slow service. Roles (3): Irene: f, 40s-50s, a wife. Peter: f, 40s-50s, a husband. Stephen: f, 40s-50s, a waiter at a Greek restaurant in Palm Springs, CA. Understudies Understudy for Irene, f, 40s-50s Understudy for Peter and Stephen, m, 40s-50s ________________________ 5. "Indecent"  Inspired by the 1923 Broadway debut of The God of Vengeance by Jewish writer Sholem Asch, Indecent tells the story of a kiss between two female actors (one playing a prostitute, one a brothel owner’s daughter) that led to an entire cast being arrested for obscenity. With vivid theatricality underscored by a live Klezmer musical ensemble, seven actors portray over forty roles in this fascinating exploration of faith, sexuality, and art. Roles (7): Lemml: m, 25+, a country tailor who becomes leader of the Yiddish Art Theatre of Lodz troupe; naïve in his youth, over time as Asch’s company manager, he experiences the good and the terrible that the world has to offer, but he is never consumed by cynicism; holds fast to his belief in the transformative power of performance, even in the Nazi-controlled ghetto where his troupe performs. The Ingenue (Avram): m, 20s-30s. Young Asch: brilliant Polish Jewish playwright; passionate; rebellious; hungry for change. John Rosen: Connecticut-born Jewish idealist; has written a new translation of Asch’s original manuscript and wants to revive the play for a new generation; will stop at nothing to see that his cultural heritage lives on in glory. Also plays: Immigrant, Morris Carnovsky, Eugene O’Neill. The Ingenue (Chana): f, 20s-30s. Madje: Asch’s wife; has a discerning mind for literature and an enviable depth of feeling. Ruth: Jewish actor living in Greenwich Village; in love with Dorothee; cast as Rifkele in the New York premiere of Asch’s play. Speaks English poorly. Outspoken, defender of her heritage. Virginia: American ingénue; replaces Ruth as Rifkele in the New York production; energetic, eager to please, and eager to shock her parents by playing a lesbian on stage. Also plays: Elsa, Immigrant, Reina, Bagelman Sister. The Middle (Mendel): m, 40s. Nakhmen: Lemml’s cousin; traditional Jewish man and member at the Polish Yiddish literary salon. Harry Weinberger: Producer at the Greenwich Theatre; proud to produce a play on Broadway by a fellow Jew; against the troupe’s wishes, he censors the play to appease the audience. Also plays: Immigrant, Officer Benjamin Bailie, Rabbi Joseph Silverman. The Middle (Halina): f, 20s-30s. Freida: a respected German actor; she plays Manke in the Berlin production of Asch’s play; speaks frankly and with an air of sophistication. Dorothee: Jewish actor in Greenwich Village; in love with Ruth; cast as Manke in the New York premiere of Asch’s play; sensitive and full of feeling; she wants to assimilate into American culture. Also plays: Immigrant, Doctor, Bagelman Sister. The Elder (Otto): m, 50s-60s. Older Asch: late in life, Asch has retreated entirely from public life; bitter and cynical, he disavows his masterpiece. Peretz: Leader of a prestigious Polish Yiddish literary salon; upper-crust, educated, fussy traditionalist. Also plays: Yekel, Schildkraut, Immigrant, Bartender, Judge McIntyre. The Elder (Vera): f, 50s-60s. Mrs. Peretz: wife of the literary lion I.L. Peretz; protective; strong literary opinions; dismissive of upstart young writers. Esther: cast as Sarah in the New York production of Asch’s play; a seasoned and professional actor; she’s good at what she does and is frustrated by amateurism. Also plays: Immigrant, Older Madje. Understudies Understudy for Lemml and Male Ingénue track, m, 20s-30s Understudy for Male Middle and Male Elder tracks, m, 40s-60s Understudy for Female Ingénue and Female Middle tracks, f, 20s-30s  Understudy for Female Elder track, f, 50s-60s ______________________ 6. "Cotton Patch Gospel"  The beloved musical returns home just when we need all of its radical hope most. Inspired by Clarence Jordan’s provocative The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John and produced and cherished worldwide since its conception in 1981, this toe-tapper with boundless heart sets the Jesus story in the American South. In downtown Atlanta in 2020, Cotton Patch Gospel promises to raise the roof of our hearts with joy – now more than ever! Roles (7): The Narrator: male. Plays all speaking roles in the musical. This Role Is Cast (Tom Key, Artistic Director). Company Member 1: actor, singer, mover; also covers The Narrator Company Member 2: actor, singer, mover Company Member 3: actor, singer, mover Company Member 4: actor, singer, mover Company Member 5: actor, singer, mover Company Member 6: actor, singer, mover Understudies 3 understudies to cover all other roles ===================== True Colors Theatre Company 2019-2020 Season LOA contract (Pending) $602/Weekly minimum For True Colors Theatre Company, performances run Wednesdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm, and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30pm. "Paradise Blue"  Blue, a gifted trumpeter, contemplates selling his once vibrant jazz club in Detroit’s Blackbottom neighborhood to shake free the demons of his past and better his life. But where does that leave his devoted Pumpkin, who has dreams of her own? And what does it mean for the club’s resident bebop band? When a mysterious woman with a walk that drives men mad comes to town with her own plans, everyone’s world is turned upside down. The dynamic and musically-infused drama shines light on the challenges of building a better future on the foundation of what our predecessors have left us. Roles Pumpkin: Black woman. Late 20’s/early 30’s. Pretty in a plain way. Simple. Sweet. Waitress, cook, and caretaker. A loving thing with a soft touch. Adores poetry. Blue: Black man. Mid- late 30’s to early 40’s. Handsome. Mysterious. Sexy. Quiet danger. Aloof. A hard shell and a hard interior. Battling many demons. A gifted trumpeter. Corn: (aka Cornelius) Black man. Late 40’s to early 50’s. Slightly chubby. Easygoing and thoughtful. A real sweetheart with a weakness for love. The pianoman. P-Sam: (aka Percussion Sam). Black man. Mid/late 30’s. Busybody. Sweet-talker. Hustler. Always eager for his next gig. The percussionist. Silver: Black woman. Late 30’s to early 40’s. Mysterious. Sexy. Charming. Spicy woman. Gritty and raw in a way that men find irresistible. Has a meeeeaaannn walk. _______________________ "School Girls; or The African Mean Girls Play" Paulina, the reigning Queen Bee at Ghana’s most exclusive boarding school, has her sights set on the Miss Universe pageant. But the mid-year arrival of Erika, a new student with undeniable talent and beauty, captures the attention of the pageant recruiter – and Paulina’s hive-minded friends. Jocelyn Bioh’s buoyant and biting comedy explores the universal similarities (and glaring differences) facing teenage girls across the globe. How far would you go to be Queen Bee? Roles *Note – All characters are of West African descent Paulina Sarpong: 18 years old; most popular girl in school and knows it. She is beautiful, talented, vindictive yet somehow loveable Ama: 18 years old; the sensible, smart one of Paulina’s pack and has the honor of being her best friend. Her loyalty to Paulina is starting to fray and she has to work up towards being the girl who is not afraid to say it like she means it. Nana: 16 years old; the quiet, simple and sensitive one of Paulina’s pack. She never means any harm and strives to do the right thing. She struggles with her love of food and snacks. Mercy: 16 years old; the witty sidekick to Gifty and will do and say anything to stay a member of Paulina’s pack. Gifty: 16 years old; the ‘Frick’ to ‘Frack’; loves being part of Paulina’s pack and will do anything tobe considered cool. Headmistress Francis: 40’s; the Headmistress of Aburi Girls Boarding School; loves her students and will do whatever she can to both uplift and protect them Eloise Amponsah: 40’s; Extremely poised and well-mannered former Miss Ghana 1976. She now is a recruiter for the Miss Ghana Pageant. She speaks with a slightly affected British accent and prides herself in always being a lady. ___________________ "Marie and Rosetta" Marie and Rosetta tells the captivating life stories of gospel singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe and her young protégé Marie Knight. Set in Mississippi in 1946, the play with music chronicles the singers, first rehearsal before setting out on tour. Sister Rosetta was already on her way to becoming a legend for her trademark fusion of traditional gospel with secular rhythm and blues. Knight brought a “high church” sound reminiscent of classic spirituals. Their signature collaboration reflects the evolution of African American gospel music, from its roots in spirituals to the rock and roll we know today Roles Sister Rosetta Tharpe: an African-American woman in her early 30’s. Pretty, vivacious, an irrepressible spirit. A mean guitar player with a bluesy voice. Sings spirituals that swing. Marie Knight: an African-American woman in her early 20’s, but looks younger. A more traditional alto gospel singer, plays staid piano at first. Gorgeous, on her way to being a spiritual star.


Guys & Dolls - ECC - Dancers
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Region: Western

Seeking:Male & Female Dancers (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 18+, specifically looking for dancers with advanced jazz skills and partnering experience.


Combined LORT 2019-20 (Capital Repertory Theatre, Portland Stage Company) - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:Capital Repertory Theatre 2019-20 Season Breakdown Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill, Producing Artistic Director (in attendance) Margaret E. Hall, Assistant Artistic Director (in attendance) Capital Rep is a 300-seat, LORT D theatre, operating since 1981 in Downtown Albany, NY. The 2019-20 season starts in 6/19 and runs through 8/20. Salary: LORT minimum $696/week (goes up to $717/week on 2/16/20) + P&H OTHER: Capital Rep encourages actors of all ethnicities, generations and sexual identities to audition for all parts. Stage Manager info: PSM And ASM positions are filled. SM/ASMs only may submit resumes to:  bcurry@capitalrep.org for future consideration "The Full Monty"  Synopsis: While spying on their wives at a “Girls’ Night Out” trip to a male strip club, a group of unemployed Buffalo steelworkers come up with a bold way to make some quick cash by stripping. Based on the cult film of the same name, this ten-time Tony Award nominee is filled with heart. Note: there is very brief full nudity in the show. All actors need to be comfortable with their bodies to  be in various states of undress. Note: Roles of Vicki, Jerry and Harold are cast. Role of Nathan will be cast with a local teen actor. Seeking principals: (3) Females: Georgie: 30s-40s, warm, down to earth, Dave’s wife, sassy spitfire, supportive wife, loving, high alto/mezzo belter Jeanette: 40-50+ - piano player, seen it all, been there, done it. Showbiz running through her blood, you can’t shock her but she’ll shock you, as she says what’s really on her mind. Comic. Low alto belter. (actor does not have to actually play piano) Pam: 30s-40s - Jerry’s estranged wife, a realist, wrestles with her feelings about Jerry. Loves him, but has learned to be disappointed. Alto w/belt.  (4) Males Note: Moderate dance skills required for all male principals  Dave: 30s-40s unemployed steel work, lovable, good natured soul with body weight and self-esteem issues. Must be comfortable with your belly to proudly wield it with all its pride and glory. Lyric tenor with falsetto Malcolm: 25-30s – shy, awkward, friends are worried about his mental state, he transforms from desperately lonely to deeply loving. High tenor with smooth falsetto. Ethan: 25-30s – optimistic, energetic, farm boy handsome, well-built, athletic; he’s not a great dancer, but he’ll try anything…High baritone/tenor Noah “Horse” T. Simmons: 50s -retired African American steel worker, gentle demeanor, excellent mover with great deadpan comic timing, Baritone/Tenor _________________________ "Lobby Hero"  Synopsis: Kenneth Lonergan’s dramedy. Jeff, a luckless, but likable 20-something security guard is drawn into a local murder investigation involving Bill, his tightly wound Black supervisor, who has been called upon to bear false witness to protect his troubled brother. When Jeff decides to reveal a big secret about the crime to his secret crush, all hell breaks loose when she decides to tell her unscrupulous macho-cop partner. The play echoes contemporary issues of “Me too,” and impact of racial prejudice. Seeking: (1)Female Dawn: 20’s, White, Rookie cop. Tough. Vulnerable, guarded. Smart. (3)Males Jeff: late 20s, White. Uniformed security guard. Talkative and curious. Somehow both anxious and relaxed, tranquil and uncomfortable. William: late 20s-30s – Black. Serious. Responsible, intense, ambitious. Bill: 30s – White. A policeman, Charming, arrogant, pathological. Aggressive and performative, with his warmth as well as his rage. ___________________ "It’s A Wonderful Life: Live From Wvl Radio Theater" Synopsis: George Bailey and all the residents of Bedford Falls, as you’ve never seen - or heard -- them before. Based on the classic Frank Capra film, the story comes to life as a live, 1940s radio broadcast. Five actors give voice to all the memorable Bedford Falls characters, accompanied by sound effects and music created live on stage. Seeking Note: Actors who play instruments a plus (esp. guitar, mandolin, ukulele, violin) (2) males Lee Wright: late 20’s-30’s; A charismatic go-getter always full of energy. The resident Foley artist for the station, and a true artist of the craft, he is also very good with voices and dreams of being an on-air actor. He is in love with Evelyn. Plays: Joseph, George, Harry and Martini for the broadcast. Mays: mid-30’s-40’s; Long-time character actor and well-known to the WVL Listeners. In a secret relationship with Kitty and scared to let anyone know about it. Very good with voices and vocal Foley sounds. Plays: Franklin, Clarence, Gower, Bailey, Potter, Billy, Bert, Sam, Man, Mrs. Hatch, Tom, Pete, Tommy, Nick and Sherriff for the broadcast. (2) females: Evelyn Reed: (female) mid-20’s to 30’s; Appears to be a bit meek and thus fits in well as the station’s secretary and general domestic support crew. Has a bit of theatre in her background and when handed the challenge, steps up to the plate and proves she’s got what it takes to be an on-air actor. Plays: Mary, Carter, Owner and Cop for the broadcast. Kitty Dayle: (female) 30’s-40’s; Character actor with a lot of talent and strong feminine wiles. In a secret relationship with Mays and completely fed up with the secrecy. Very good with voices. Plays: Violet, Ernie, Mrs. Bailey, Dr. Campbell, Tilly, Ruth, Maria, Mrs. Randall, Mrs. Thompson, Teller, Janie, Zuzu and Driver for the broadcast. ______________________ "Your Best One"  Reh starts 12/17, off 12/24-26 and 1/1, previews 1/17-19, opens 1/21, closes 2/9/2020 Synopsis: Richard and David had it all: great jobs, a great Manhattan apartment and a great relationship. It seemed a natural thing to adopt a child to share their good fortune, right? Whoops!  Rewind! Richard’s fear of commitment reared its head and out he walked. Now, eight years later, a crisis brings him back, to be forgiven, to be useful, to be family.  Note: The role of David is cast. The role of Josh will be cast with a local teen. Seeking: (2)Males: Richard: mid-late 50’s. Not a cold man, but his default is not a smile. Physically fit, handsome and naturally magnetic. He’s never had to make much of an effort…until now. Logical. Problems are to be solved. Dry sarcasm. Age is softening him. He has always loved David, and still does. Oscar: late 80’s. Richard and Laura’s father. Physical ailments have destroyed his body. Still, he manages to be imposing. Most often found complaining. But, like Richard, age has softened him…a bit. Oscar and David have a connection of the beloved father-in-law/son-in-law – even though David and Richard never married. (1)Female: Laura: late 40’s. Richard’s younger sister and Oscar’s daughter. Refreshingly, or maddeningly, unfiltered depending on whom it is she is talking too. The last one to leave the party. Laura is more ‘hip’ than Richard, she has a Facebook page and knows how to use it. She and David also have a loving connection. _______________________ "The Irish…And How They Got That Way"  A rollicking, roller coaster of a ride, compiled by Frank McCourt (Angela’s Ashes), who brings his wit, trademark bitter and boundless love of his people to this revue about all things Irish. This show delivers what it promises: stirring blarney, a bit of hokum, genuine heartache and much joy. Set in McCourt’s Pub, complete with a working bar, the narration weaves a buoyant blend of traditional songs, show tunes and pop – from “Danny Boy” to George M. Cohan to U2. Seeking: Ensemble of 5 actor/storyteller/musicians. Seeking versatile actor/musicians who sing, dance a bit and move well, all with verbal dexterity. All have Irish accents. Instruments (advanced level playing skill): Fiddle, Flute/piccolo player/whistle player, Guitar/Banjo/Mandolin, Percussionist/bodhran, cajon, bells, tambourine, hand drum (3) Men: 2 tenors, 1 baritone – ages 20s-50s (2) Women: 1 soprano/1 mezzo/alto – ages 20’s-50s _____________________ "Sister Act" Synopsis: When lounge singer, Deloris Van Cartier, witnesses a murder, she is put in protective custody in the one place the cops are sure she won’t be found: a convent. Disguised as a nun, the Vegas diva finds herself at odds with a starched Mother Superior, but using her dance moves and singing talent to inspire the choir, Deloris breathes new life into the community – and herself as well. Filled with rock, pop and powerful gospel music. Seeking principals: (5) Females Delores Van Cartier: late 20s-30s, Black, sassy, brassy, fun, disco diva with a big heart, capable of transforming, as she discovers all that she can be. Big soprano belt. Mother Superior: 50-60s – White. On the surface, stiff, disciplined, prudish, but is transformed through music and Delores’ tenacity. Mezzo soprano, legit and belt. Mary Roberts: 20s – White. shy, wallflower, soft-spoken, finds her voice through the music and spirit that Delores brings to the convent. Big voice, high soprano belt Mary Patrick: 30s-50s, a large women in every way, happy, joyful, very excitable, one might say, pathologically perky. Soprano Mary Lazarus: 60s – deadpan, hilarious, wise-cracking, former choir leader. Alto. (6) Males Curtis Jackson: 40s – Black. Intimidating. Tough guy, gangster. He means business. He’ll stop at nothing to find Delores. Tenor/high Ab, sings “When I Get My Baby.” Joey: 20s-30s – White. Not so smart, body guard, a ‘bouncer’ type: strong build, sings ala BeeGees/4 Seasons with Pablo and TJ. Tenor/falsetto. Pablo: 20s - only speaks in Spanish – completely Vegas, Sings like the BeeGees/4 Seasons with Joey and TJ, Must speak Spanish. Tenor/very high falsetto. TJ: 20s-30s – Black. Flashy, beefy, guy you want on your side. Sings like the Bee Gees/4 Seasons with Pablo and Joey. Tenor/falsetto Eddie Souther: 30s – Black. Desk Chief cop, shy, nicknamed “sweaty Eddy,” nervous under pressure, not confident with women. We care about him and want him to get together with his longtime crush, Delores. Tenor/high B. Monsignor O’Hara: 60s – Appears to be traditional, disapproving of all-things outside the rules and regulations of the church, but transforms with the music and Delores’ persuasive energy. High baritone. ========================== Portland Stage Company 2019-20 Season Breakdown P.O. Box 1458, Portland, ME 04104, portlandstage.org LORT D; $696.00/week Anita Stewart - Executive and Artistic Director - Portland Stage - present at all auditions *** No SM or ASM positions are available at this time*** ***none of the roles have understudies*** "Ain't Misbehavin'" Seeking André: African American, male identifying, age 25-45. Vocal range G2-E6. An unrepentant party hound and flirt. Armelia: African American, female-identifying, age 25-45. Vocal rage G3-C6. Strong-willed, unafraid to share her thoughts. Charlaine: African American, female-identifying, age 18-30. Vocal range G3-G5. A sweet, young woman. Ken: African American, male-identifying, age 25-45. Vocal range D3-C6. Jovial, cheerful, loud, larger than life. Nell: African American, female-identifying, age 30-45. Vocal range F3-F5. Confident and charming, a knowledgeable woman of the world. ____________________ "The Clean House"  Lane: a doctor, with a cleaning lady. Early 50s, male-identifying. Matilde: a Brazilian maid who hates cleaning. She has a refined sense of deadpan. Late 20s, female identifying. Virginia: Lane’s sister who loves cleaning. Late 50s, female-identifying. Charles: Lane’s husband, a surgeon, who is childlike under his white coat. 50s, male-identifying. Ana: an Argentinian woman who is older than Lane and impossibly charismatic. 50s-60s, female identifying. ___________________ "Read To Me"  *New Work, World Premiere* A poignant story about a child with a terminal illness who connects delicate moments in unusual ways. After discovering the mysterious “Postal Service,” he sends messages to the world, and awaits a response. This poetic play, created through magical realism, reveals the quiet ways in which we connect. *all characters any ethnicity* Tony Hotchkiss: Canny, except about what he does not know—which is lots. 8 years old. Actors of any gender, ethnicity and age that present under 20. Sam Hotchkiss: Tony’s father. Not the best man, but a good-enough man, which is the best man anyone can ask for. A coward. Male-identifying, 40s. Lawrence: A lost young man with a bicycle who reads to Tony. Male-identifying, 20s. Elmo the Shaman: We all know better shamans. We may not know better dreamers. Male-idntifying, 40+. Nurse: She knows the drill. Female-identifying, Over 35. ___________________ "It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play"  *all characters any ethnicity* Freddie Filmore: The host of WBFR’s Playhouse of the air, our narrator, and others in tonight’s broadcast. 50s. Jake Laurents: A TV actor making his way into radio who plays George Bailey in tonight’s broadcast. 30s-40s. Sally Applewhite: Former Miss Ohio, current radio play actress who plays Mary Hatch, Mr. Potter, and others in tonight’s broadcast. 30s-40s. Lana Sherwood: A radio play veteran playing Violet Bick, Mrs. Bailey, and others in tonight’s broadcast. 30s. Harry ‘Jazbo’ Heywood: A comedic actor playing the angel Clarence, Sam Wainwright, and others in tonight’s broadcast. 30s-40s. _____________________ "Almost Maine" *all characters any ethnicity* Man 1 Man 2 Woman 1 Woman 2 The cast is composed of various citizens and travelers in the not-quite town of Almost, Maine ranging from mill workers to snowmobilers, and those returning after a long absence and those that have never left. Each scene features a different grouping of characters from the town that all know each other. ____________________ "Native Gardens"  Tania Del Valle: a Latinx PhD candidate and gardener, who is both positive and passionate. Late 20s. Pablo Del Valle: a savvy Chilean-American attorney with ambition. Early 30s. Virginia Butley: a direct, no-nonsense Polish-American engineer. 50s-60s. Frank Butley: A Federal employee that’s passionate about his garden. 50s-60s. ___________________ "The Children"  *all characters any ethnicity* Rose: a determined nuclear engineer that feels a sense of duty. Female-identifying, 60s. Hazel: a retired nuclear engineer and yoga enthusiast determined to keep order and routine. Female identifying, 60s. Robin: a retired nuclear engineer and a hobby farmer who tests the boundaries of relationships and life. Male-identifying, 60s. ____________________ "Sabina" Carl Jung: Swiss, male identifying. An adventurous psychologist who is unafraid to test boundaries and convictions. 30s and 70s. Sabina Spielrein: Russian, female identifying. Jung’s patient and protégé, who suffers from schizophrenia and a vulnerable heart. Early 20s and 40s. Ludwig Binswanger: German, male-identifying. Jung’s skeptical colleague, who prefers traditional boundaries. 30s and 70s. Emma Jung: Swiss, female-identifying. Jung’s enduring wife who puts family and her sense of duty before everything. Late 20s and 60s.  Sigmund Freud: Austrian, male-identifying. Jung’s waning predecessor, who fears no one will carry his legacy. 50s. ===============


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Seeking:"Cambodian Rock Band"  This production is co-produced with Victory Gardens Theater and Merrimack Repertory Theatre. All roles are cast. __________________ "One Night In Miami"  Seeking: Cassius Clay: 22, male, Black. He has just won the world heavyweight boxing title from Sonny Liston and is grappling with his newfound fame. Proud, ambitious, and charming in that special way that young people are. Full of energy, full of desire, full of dreams. There’s no game that he cannot win. Jim Brown: 28, male, Black. The star running back for the Cleveland Browns who holds every rushing and touchdown record in the NFL and he knows it. He loves money, power, and sex, but values loyalty more. Anger and pain bubble beneath the surface, but they are masked well by a boisterous sense of humor and charming swagger. Desperate to get out of the game and play by his own rules. Sam Cooke: 32, male, Black. A bonafide superstar singer with chart-topping and boundary-pushing pop and R&B hits. A true showman with an irresistible charm and creative spark. A warm personality and cool bravado belie his insecurity and fears. He wants to play the game and win it. Actor must have strong vocal chops and ability to perform acapella. Malcolm X: 39, male, Black. An inspiring and inspired preacher in the Nation of Islam who has recently been silenced for his negative comments about the death of President Kennedy. Equal parts militant and mindful, he believes in right and wrong and will fight for justice by any means necessary. His passion is contagious and his love overflowing. He wants to break the game. Kareem: 35, male, Black. A senior Nation of Islam security guard and a devout follower of Elijah Muhammad. The Fruit of Islam. Knows and minds his place, and will happily help you mind yours if necessary. Disciplined, caring, and studious, he has a quiet strength and powerful sense of selfesteem. Jamaal: 24, male, Black. A younger Nation of Islam security guard who works under Kareem as an apprentice. Talkative, energetic, and effortlessly charming, he is young and wild and free. _______________ "Downstairs"  Seeking: Irene: 50’s-60’s, female. A woman in crisis. Lonely and diminished, but ever hopeful. Her life is small and confined, for now at least. Unexpectedly poetic and effortlessly funny. Teddy’s big sister and Gerry’s wife. Teddy: 50’s-60’s, male. Neurotic, sensitive, unexpectedly wise, and even more unexpectedly charming. He still hasn’t figured out that he probably shouldn’t say everything that he thinks right when he thinks it. A conspiracy theorist— or is he? Irene’s baby brother and Gerry’s worst nightmare. Gerry: 50’s-60’s, male. Cold, detached, and a tad bit menacing, but undeniably funny. A tyrant that isn’t afraid of a tantrum. Irene’s husband and Terry’s nemesis. ___________________ "Cry It Out"  Seeking: Jessie: 30’s, female. A warm Midwestern spirit who became a New York City corporate lawyer and is now settling into her new life as a Long Island mom. She is still adjusting to the shift from pants suits to yoga pants. Articulate, kind, and funny, yet anxious about how to balance all of those traits. Lina: 30’s, female. Definition of South Shore, Long Island. She says what she feels; she doesn’t overthink. Used to competing for attention in her large family, and has the personality, sense of humor, and charm to match. She is the woman whose candor you can’t help but respect and whose bighearted generosity you can’t help but admire. Adrienne: 30’s, female. A successful and fierce career woman, never a hair or a word misplaced. She believes in her brand, and you do too. From the outside looking in, the kind of woman you want to be. Elegant, powerful, reticent, and slightly Rock ‘N’ Roll. She is adjusting to motherhood the best way she knows how. Mitchell: 30’s-40’s, male. Adrienne’s husband, works in investment capital and is amazing with numbers, but not so much with people. Scholarship kid who worked hard for his success. His meaning of life used to be status and achievement, but now, fatherhood has changed him. His dreams are softer now. Equal parts serious and sensitive, confused and charming. ___________________ "PerkUp PerKup"  Seeking: Tori: 45, female, White. Proud owner of the PerkUp PerKup coffee shop. Open and affable, her smile is awfully endearing. An eternal optimist who refuses to linger in her justified resentments. Tries hard to be the best version of herself, but doesn’t always succeed. Vicki: 36, female, White. Proud employee of PerkUp PerKup. Life came at her fast, but she is rising to the challenge. Her Midwestern values and sense of humor mask her insecurity and disappointment. Her curiosity is charming until it is not. Eric: 33, male, White. Proud construction worker who got away. He has learned that the world is bigger and wants you to know it, too. He is quiet and observant, an unsuspecting presence that will take you by surprise. Jeff: 43, male, White. Proud member of the community. Hardworking but unemployed, he loves his family deeply and is embarrassed by his inability to protect them. A man’s man with an easy command of the room, both his bark and bite make you take notice. Pedro: 32, male, half-Black and half-Mexican, Moreno. Proud creative writer with a fierce intellect and open mind. Unassuming, but sure of who he is. Hopes for the best in people and leads with kindness. Doesn’t back down in the face of danger. _______________________ "F*ck7thGrade"  Seeking: Jill: 40’s, female. An established singer-songwriter with an effortless sense of humor, deep curiosity, and oodles of star power. Charismatic, warm, and welcoming, people long to spend time with her. Actor must portray a wide range of ages from childhood to adulthood with ease and play multiple instruments well. Ensemble 1: any age, female. A musician-actor who supports Jill on her journey. Big hearted and generous, a tangible warmth resonates off of her. Actor must portray a wide range of characters and acting styles with ease and play multiple instruments well. Ensemble 2: any age, female. A musician-actor who supports Jill on her journey. Big hearted and generous, a tangible warmth resonates off of her. Actor must portray a wide range of characters and acting styles with ease and play multiple instruments well.


Annie - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Daddy Warbucks (Lead): Male, 30-49, commanding presence, attractive, stoic with a big heart; strong baritone voice; the actor playing this role must shave his head. Miss Hannigan (Lead): Female, 30-59, comic character woman; long suffering, self pitying caretaker of a bunch of rambunctious orphans- including Annie, good singing voice, must move well. Rooster Hannigan (Supporting): Male, 30-40, comic character; weasely younger brother of Miss Hannigan; small time con man, oily charm; must sing and move very well. Grace Farrell (Supporting): Female, 20-39, private secretary to Warbucks; lovely leading lady with strong mezzo voice; elegant and warm. Lily St. Regis (Supporting): Female, 20-30, stereotypical gun moll of the 30's; brash, sexy; must sing and move well; must handle comedy. Bert Healy (Supporting): Male, 20-40, self important radio variety host; unctuous charm; must sing well. FDR (Supporting): Male, 40-60, must do a credible imitation of Franklin Roosevelt, will double as the cop in the first act.


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'Finding Neverland' 2019-20 National Tour - Non-Union - Dancers
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Seeking:J.M. Barrie (Lead): Male, 30-45, A Successful Scottish Playwright with rebellious, childlike spirit that is entirely benevolent. He is at odds with the sensible, restrained world around him. Must have an excellent pop/rock tenor voice, a sense of humor and a genuine heart. Charles Frohman / Hook (Lead): Male, 50-60, A wealthy American impresario who has stood by Barrie for much of his career. Known as " The Napoleon of Drama" Doubles as HOOK - JM Barrie's darker, alter-ego with a wicked sense of humor. Must have an excellent voice with a strong bari-tenor sound. Sylvia Llewelyn Davies (Lead): Female, 20-35, A recent widow and mother of 4 boys, she encourages her boys to be free thinkers and is one herself. Must have a strong pop/rock belt and mix as well as strong soprano notes. Mrs. DuMaurier (Lead): Female, 50-60, A socialite and mother of Sylvia, She holds social etiquette in high esteem and wants her daughter to do the same. Steely on the outside, perhaps to a fault, but wants the best for her daughter and grandchildren. She has a very dry sense of humor. Must have a strong alto voice with pop/rock sensibility. Female Ensemble Singers (Chorus / Ensemble): Female, 20-35, To play various roles in ensemble including members of high society and members of the acting troupe as well as Understudying. Must have strong pop/rock voices with a great sensibility of British contemporary music. All singers should move very well and have strong comedy skills. Female Ensemble Dancers (Chorus / Ensemble): Female, 20-35, Seeking highly athletic, physically strong technical dancers with extensive training and experience in both ballet and contemporary dance. Women should have excellent flexibility. All dancers MUST also sing very well. Mary Barrie / Female Ensemble Singer (Supporting): Female, 20-35, The wife of J.M. Barrie, she cares about the trappings of society. She and her husband do not share the same interest and live progressively separate lives. Must have an excellent sense of navigating comedy. This track also plays various roles in the ensemble including members of high society and members of the acting troupe. This track will most likely understudy Sylvia Lleweyln Davies and Mrs. DuMaurier, Must have a strong pop / rock sound as well as strong soprano. Female Ensemble Dancer / Peter Pan (Chorus / Ensemble): 20-30, Ideal type is physically petite in stature. Seeking highly athletic, physically strong technical dancers with extensive training and experience in both ballet and contemporary dance. Women should have excellent flexibility. All dancers MUST also sing very well. Female Ensemble Dancer / Emily / Wendy (Chorus / Ensemble): Female, 20-30, Ideal type is physically petite in stature. Seeking highly athletic, physically strong technical dancers with extensive training and experience in both ballet and contemporary dance. Women should have excellent flexibility. All dancers MUST also sing very well. Male Ensemble Singer (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 20-40, To play various roles in the ensemble including members of high society and members of the acting troupe as well as understudying. Must have strong pop/rock voices with a great sensibility of British contemporary music. All singers should move very well and have strong comedy skills. Seeking all physical looks and builds (including short and stocky as well as tall and thin) Male Ensemble Dancers (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 20-30, Seeking highly athletic, physically strong technical dancers with extensive training and experience in both ballet and contemporary dance. Men should be fully capable of lifts. Strong physical comedy skills. All dancers MUST also sing very well.


Annie - Open - Singers
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Seeking:Daddy Warbucks (Lead): Male, 30-49, commanding presence, attractive, stoic with a big heart; strong baritone voice; the actor playing this role must shave his head. Miss Hannigan (Lead): Female, 30-59, comic character woman; long suffering, self pitying caretaker of a bunch of rambunctious orphans- including Annie, good singing voice, must move well. Rooster Hannigan (Supporting): Male, 30-40, comic character; weasely younger brother of Miss Hannigan; small time con man, oily charm; must sing and move very well. Grace Farrell (Supporting): Female, 20-39, private secretary to Warbucks; lovely leading lady with strong mezzo voice; elegant and warm. Lily St. Regis (Supporting): Female, 20-30, stereotypical gun moll of the 30's; brash, sexy; must sing and move well; must handle comedy. Bert Healy (Supporting): Male, 20-40, self important radio variety host; unctuous charm; must sing well. FDR (Supporting): Male, 40-60, must do a credible imitation of Franklin Roosevelt, will double as the cop in the first act.


'On Every Link a Heart Does Dangle' or 'Owned' - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:Mellie - Female, Late teens-early 20s, shy but precocious, severly disabled by a birth defect, and a boat builder with prophetic visions  Aga - Female, 20s Mellie's older sister  Casta -Female, Late 30s-early 40s, the first lady of Thebes  Kree - Female, mid 40s, The Defender of Thebes, older sister to Casta  Zebulon - Male, looks early 30s, feels much older  Monster - Female, 60s  Chorus 1 - Female, any age  Chorus 2 - Male, early 20s to play Eck, Priest, and Herd  Chorus 3 - Female, any age


Pippin - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Leading Player The ultimate 'ring leader.' Masterfully charming and manipulative, the Leading Player is a chameleon of sorts. Guides Pippin through his own story and tries to intervene at the end. excellent dancer. Obsessed with putting on a great show for the audience. Gender: Any Vocal range top: Ab4 Vocal range bottom: Db3 Pippin Our story's young and confused protagonist. He is longing to find his purpose in life. Naive, innocent, and discontent. Eventually finds love, and meaning in life, with Catherine and Theo. Gender: Male Age: 18 to 21 Vocal range top: Ab4 Vocal range bottom: G2 Charles Pippin's demanding father. As the King of the Holy Roman Empire, Charlemagne is more comfortable wielding a sword than breaking bread. He wears his years with great pride. Gender: Male Age: 50 to 60 Vocal range top: E4 Vocal range bottom: G2 Lewis Pippin's half-brother. Fastrada Pippin's conniving stepmother. A seductress, who is no stranger to deceit and betrayal, she is both sexy and smart. Skilled at using her sexual appeal to benefit her and her son. Gender: Female Age: 35 to 45 Vocal range top: F5 Vocal range bottom: A3 Berthe Pippin's saucy grandmother. A brassy broad full of wisdom, grace, and sass. She tries to help Pippin and encourages him to live his life to the fullest. Gender: Female Age: 67+ Vocal range top: C5 Vocal range bottom: E3 Catherine A widow and mother. She is a beautiful and a hopeless romantic, who possesses graceful elegance. Encounters Pippin at his lowest point and eventually falls in love with him. Gender: Female Age: 25 to 35 Vocal range top: Db5 Vocal range bottom: F#3 Theo Catherine's son. Gender: Male Age: 6 to 10 Ensemble Charlemagne's Army, Monks, Nobility, Peasants, The Players


Denver Center 2019-20 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:INDECENT Playwright: Paula Vogel Director: Nancy Keystone Choreographer: Dominique Kelley Music Director: Angela Steiner LORT D Contract  The Space Theater REH: 7/26/2019 1ST PREVIEW:  8/30/2019 OPEN:  9/5/2019 CLOSE:  10/6/2019 Seeking: Lemml- the Stage Manager (Male, 35-45 years old) A naïve country tailor whose life is changed upon reading Asch's "The God of Vengeance," becomes leader of the Yiddish Art Theatre of Lodz troupe; over time as company manager of Asch's play throughout Europe and New York, he experiences the good and the terrible that the world has to offer, but he is never consumed by cynicism. Holds fast to his belief in the transformative power of theatre, even in the Nazi-controlled ghetto where his troupe performs. Actor must be proficient in singing, movement, Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another. Chana- the Ingénue (Female, 22-33 years old) Actor must be proficient in singing, movement, Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another. Also plays: Madje- Asch’s wife, passionate, adventurous, has a discerning mind for literature, sexually open, provides inspiration and material for Asch's play Elsa- German actress Ruth/Reina- Yiddish-speaking, Jewish immigrant actor, cast as Rifkele (daughter of brothel owner, in love with the prostitute Manke) in the NY premiere of "The God of Vengeance," outspoken defender of her heritage, in the in love with Dorothee Virginia McFadden- American ingénue, replaces Reina as Rifkele in the NY production, energetic, adventurous, eager to please, and eager to shock her parents by playing a lesbian on stage Bagelman Sister- a singer Avram – the Ingénue (Male, 23-35 years old) Actor must be proficient in singing, movement, Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another. Also plays: Asch- brilliant Polish Jewish playwright, passionate, rebellious, hungry for change, ambitious Morris Carnovsky- actor in New York production Eugene O'Neill- Hard-drinking, defender of Asch's play John Rosen- Connecticut-born Jewish idealist, in 1950s has written a new translation of Asch’s original manuscript and wants to revive the play for a new generation, will stop at nothing to see that his cultural heritage lives on in glory Ensemble   Mendel – the Middle (Male, 40’s) Actor must be proficient in singing, movement, Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another. Also plays: Nakhmen- Lemml’s cousin, member of the Polish Yiddish literary salon, Jewish, traditional, conservative values Harry Weinberger- Producer at the Provincetown Playhouse, proud to produce a play on Broadway by a fellow Jew; against the troupe’s wishes, he censors the play to appease the audience Officer Benjamin Bailie- NY Police Officer Rabbi Joseph Silverman- Outraged by "The God of Vengeance," he files an obscenity complaint against the Broadway company, gives a sermon condemning the production. Ensemble   Halina – the Middle (Female, 30-40 years old) Actor must be proficient in singing, movement, Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another.          Also plays Freida- a leading German actor, she plays Manke in the Berlin production of Asch’s play, sophisticated, unconcerned with politics, speaks frankly Dorothee Nelson/Dine- Jewish immigrant actor in Greenwich Village, in love with Reina, cast as Manke (lesbian prostitute in love with Rifkele) in the NY premiere of Asch’s play, she wants to assimilate into American culture, compromises her beliefs in order to advance Dr. Hornig- Asch's doctor Bagelman Sister- a singer Ensemble   Vera – the Elder (Female, 50’s-60’s) Actor must be proficient in singing, movement, Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another. Also plays: Mrs. Peretz- wife of the literary lion I.L. Peretz, protective of her husband, strong literary opinions, dismissive of upstart young writers Esther Stockton- cast as Sarah (Rifkele's mother, wife of brothel owner), in the NY production of Asch’s play, a seasoned and professional actor, impatient and frustrated by amateurism Madje- Asch's wife, nurturing, protective of Asch, optimistic, life force. Ensemble   Otto – the Elder (Male, 50-65 years old) Actor must be proficient in singing, movement, Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another. Also plays: Peretz- Leader of a prestigious Polish Yiddish literary salon, cultured, educated, traditionalist. Schildkraut- Leading Jewish-German theatre actor, plays Yekel (brothel owner, and Rifkele's authoritarian father), in "The God of Vengeance," easy air of authority, goes where opportunity takes him, ambitious. Judge McIntyre- judge in the case of New York vs. The God of Vengeance Asch- late in life, Sholem retreats from public life, bitter and cynical after witnessing persecution of the Jews in Europe, he disavows his masterpiece. Ensemble   Mayer Balsam – Musician (any age) Clarinet Nelly Friedman – Musician (any age) Violin Moriz Godowsky – Musician (any age) Accordion   A DOLL’S HOUSE & A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2 Playwright, A Doll’s House: Henrik Ibsen Director; A Doll’s House: Chris Coleman Playwright; A Doll’s House, Part 2: Lucas Hnath Director; A Doll’s House, Part 2: Rose Riordan LORT D Contract  The Ricketson Theater   REH: 7/30/2019 1ST PREVIEW (Doll’s House):  9/6/2019 1ST PREVIEW (Doll’s House pt 2):  9/14/2019 OPEN:  9/21/2019 CLOSE:  11/24/2019 Seeking: Please note that these two productions will be done in rep and many actors will overlap into both productions.  Exact doubling has not been determined and will be finalized in the casting process. Nora Helmer (Female, late 20’s; Part 1) – Attractive, ebullient, resourceful and extremely charming.  Nora begins the play living the dream, a mother of 3, in a successful marriage, with her husband on the verge of securing a promotion that will transform their financial and social future.  But as the risks she took to save her husband’s life in the early years of their marriage leak to the surface, the price she and her family might pay become increasingly frightening.  Facing the realization that she never actually knew her husband (or herself), she finds hidden resources of strength and takes bold action. Emmy (Female, 20’s; Part 2) – Nora and Torvald's grown daughter who is now engaged to a banker much like her father. She is fierce and intelligent- wise beyond her years. She faces meeting her mother, which for her is almost like meting her for the first time, with grace and poise and proves to rival the cunning nature that Nora, both young and old, proves to contain. She does not want to be independent, she wants to have someone who cares about her and that she can care for, a companion, unlike she watched her father live without her whole life. She sees marriage as an adventure to face as a team and that couples should have to face challenges together rather than having the ability to escape anytime someone is uncomfortable. Torvald Helmer (Male, late 30’s early 40’s; Part 1) – Charming, strong-minded, a good provider and fairly domineering.  After years toiling away in his private law practice in their small Norwegian town, Torvald stands on the brink of taking on a new role as head of the local bank; a job that will transform his economic future and his family’s social status.  He adores his beautiful wife, and loves being in control of their life together.  But following the rules, the law, is non-negotiable to him – and when he learns that his wife may have broken the law (even if it was with the intention of saving his life), a darker, more judgmental part of his personality rises to the surface. Kristine Linde (Female, 30’s; Part 1) – Practical, calm, weary and a bit jaded.  A close friend of Nora’s from their days in school, Kristine has faced a daunting set of setbacks since they last saw each other.  In an effort to provide for her ailing mother and brothers, she married a man she didn’t love.  When her husband died, she worked as a bookkeeper to support the family as best she can.  But now that her mother is gone and her children grown, she finds herself both without a means of survival and a reason to survive.  Reconnecting with Nora, she tries both to launch her future, and to assist Nora in navigating the treacherous emotional waters she finds herself in. Nora Helmer (Female, 30’s to 40’s; Part 2) – Now present is the version of Nora which flashed before our eyes at the end of part one. She had gotten the opportunity to live like she had always wanted, being independent and the controller of her destiny. This is until she finds like she still is tied in marriage to Torvald. Now finding herself once again at the mercy of Torvald she faces what each possible solution might cause for her down the road and whose reputation would be the most greatly affected. Nils Krogstad (Male, late 30’s early 40’s; Part 1) – Manipulative, conniving, quiet, brooding.  Krogstad was a classmate of Torvald’s in school.   He hit on hard times, and with a large family to feed, turned to illegal money lending at very high interest rates.   In the past months, he has tried to turn over a new leaf and start repairing his reputation.  As Torvald rises at the bank, Krogstad sees both a threat (to his current position); and an opportunity.  Given his leverage over Nora, he views her as the clearest route to getting what he wants, and is willing to blackmail her to get it Dr. Rank (Male, late 50’s or early 60’s; Part 1) – Affable, easy, a good listener, loyal.  A dear friend of Torvald and Nora’s, Dr. Rank spends most of his spare time with the younger couple.  He and Torvald enjoy shooting the breeze about business, and his infatuation with Nora, makes gives his time with the couple an added zest.   Torvald Helmer (Male, 40’s to 50’s; Part 2) – After having never wanting the separation with Nora, it is discovered that after 15 years he has still failed to file a divorce between them. He has had years to think about how their final moments might have been different and how he could have been the one who left her. Already having been torn down years earlier with Nora leaving, he is fine with her doing it again, but this time not in a way that just seems like she is running away from her problems rather than facing them. Anne-Marie (Female, 50+; Part 1 & 2) – The family nurse who also cared for Nora when she was a child. Having been closest person to a motherly figure that Nora has had in her life, Nora hopes that she can assist in the quest that brought her back to town. Anne-Marie wants the best for everyone but the ideals that she stands by differ from that of Nora's on the terms of societal norms for marriage. She is torn as she is an ally with both parties who have given her work all these years. Helene (Female, Any Age; Part 1) – Maid to the Helmer’s The Messenger/Page (Male, Any Age; Part 1) – Delivers Nora’s Christmas tree   GOODNIGHT MOON Playwright: Chad Henry Based on the book by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd  Director: Allison Watrous- DCPA Executive Director of Education AEA TYA Agreement The Randy Weeks Conservatory Theatre   REH: 9/10/2019 1ST PREVIEW:  10/4/2019 OPEN:  10/9/2019 CLOSE:  2/16/2019 The production will include extended moments of physicality, engagement within an immersive environment, and needs for multiple characters and committed ensemble skills. This musical adaptation will require all actors to sing and move. ACTOR 1 | Bunny; Male/male identifying, any ethnicity ACTOR 2 | Old Lady, Dish, Bear; Female/female identifying, any ethnicity ACTOR 3 | Dog, Tooth Fairy, Bear; any gender, any ethnicity ACTOR 4 | Mouse, Cat, Bear; any gender, any ethnicity TWELFTH NIGHT Playwright: William Shakespeare Director: Chris Coleman, DCPA Artistic Director LORT D Contract The Space Theater   REH: 10/15/2019 1ST PREVIEW:  11/15/2019 OPEN:  11/22/2019 CLOSE:  12/22/2019 Seeking: Orsino (Male) – The lovesick Duke of Illyria who while on the chase for the love of Lady Olivia, finds himself falling for disguised Viola. Self-centered and driven by his ego. Viola (Female) – Sebastian's twin sister who believes that her brother died when they were involved in a shipwreck. She disguises herself as a male named Cesario and begins to work for Orsino. When she is sent to woo Olivia for him, Olivia ends up falling in love with her while she falls for the Duke. She is inventive and well-spoken which helps her to quickly win the affections of most. Olivia (Female) – Countess who is pursued by Orsino but falls for Cesario. She has gone into mourning after the death of her father and brother but after her infatuation with the disguised Viola continues to gow, her sultry and flirtatious nature emerges. Sebastian (Male) – Viola's twin brother who is saved from the ship wreck by Antonio. He is quick to defend these attacks he recieves from the people of Illyria when he is mistaken for Cesario and fall head over heels for Olivia when she saves him from their blows. Antonio (Male) – Sea captain and thief who befriends Sebastian and is instantly infatuated with him. He is willing to risk to be caught by the law to follow and support Sebastian to all ends but in the end loses his freedom and his love. Maria (Female) – Olivia's gentlewoman who is part of the rag tag group of partiers led by Sir Toby. She is cunning and trustworthy to all of those who befriends her, but push her buttons like Malvolio continues to do and the feisty and trickster side of her emerges. Sir Toby Belch (Male) – Olivia's drunk uncle. Rowdy, a prankster, and the life of the party. Lives without a care of what his actions might cause and most of his actions come from his need for entertainment. Sir Andrew Aguecheek (Male) – Sir Toby's companion who has been continually convinced that he will be able to woo Lady Olivia.  A buffoon who is kept around because of his money. The naïve party boy who is easily egged on by Sir Toby. Malvolio (Male) – Olivia's doting steward. Conceited and driven to be the best employee to Olivia in the hopes of winning he love. The ridiculous ways in which he presents himself only set himself up to be more easliy fooled by Maria, Sir Toby, and the rest of their gang after he continues to mistreat them. Fabian/Captain (Male) – A member of Olivia's household and friends to Sir Toby and Sir Andrew who helps with their various pranks. Doubles as Captain to a wrecked ship who helps and befriends Viola Clown/Feste (TBD) – Olivia's jester who is happy to entertain crowds with a song. He also ends up often being part of Sir Toby's antics. Valentine/Musician (Male) – Gentleman attending on the Duke. Curio/Musician (Male) – Gentleman attending on the Duke. First Officer/Servant (Male) – In service to the Duke / Olivia's servant Second Officer/Priest (Male) – In service to the Duke / Priest   TWENTY50 World Premiere Playwright: Tony Meneses Director:  Henry Godinez LORT D Contract The Space Theater   REH: 12/30/2019 1ST PREVIEW:  1/31/2020 OPEN:  2/7/2020 CLOSE:  3/1/2020 Seeking: Andres (Male, 40’s, Latino) – A guy who wants to do the right thing, while also trying to win an election! Stuck in his own identity politic of who and what he’s supposed to be. A leader in the making one way or another; charismatic, resolved, trustworthy. A guy you can honestly see being president one day. Irene (Female, 60’s, Latina) – The matriarch in her own right. Strong but also unconditionally supportive. Has firm opinions about her identity and culture, and the importance of preserving that. Dignified, graceful, and tough when she needs to be. Should be able to do an accent as well. Jenny (Female, 18, Latina) – Headstrong and independent. She’s the new generation, so she should of course be a classic teenager in some regard. But she’s also smart and incisive and calls out bs when she sees it. Sebastian (Male, 30’s to 40’s, Latino) – Kind of a loudmouth; over-opinionated and even sassy. Big personality but not obnoxiously so. He should be charming and funny. Monty (Male, 30’s to 40’s, African American) – Polite and honest and likable but also smart and incisive (kind of like Jenny), he’s not able to call out bs as easily as she does, but sees it just the same. Lydia (Female, 30’s to 40’s, Latina) – The sheriff so tough in her own way, but also mild-mannered and even-keeled. She’s a calming presence, so perhaps therein lies the perhaps attraction for Andres. Oscar (Male, 20’s, Latino) – Fluent in Spanish. Should have a mysterious presence, where we can’t figure out if we like him or if he’s actually dangerous. There is something candid and earnest about him, even if we do start to doubt that it’s put upon.   YOU LOST ME World Premiere Playwright: Bonnie Metzger Director:  Margot Bordelon LORT D Contract The Ricketson Theater   REH: 12/17/2019 1ST PREVIEW:  1/17/2020 OPEN:  1/24/2020 CLOSE:  2/23/2020 Seeking: Ann Harvey (Female, 40’s to 50’s) – She runs the Inn which has been in the family for generations.  Great-great-granddaughter of Shipwreck Ann, the original Ann Harvey.  She stayed in the remote island town where she was born to keep the family traditions alive and is raising her teenage nephew who is just like her condescending rebel sister who she has never forgiven for leaving. Hardened by long years of work and the crushing loneliness of small-town living. Trying to breathe new life into the Inn now that her nephew Joe-L is here – will he be the next in line to keep the house in the family?  She pours this fledgling hope into the Inn’s new blog.  It doesn’t come naturally at first, but she starts to get the hang of it, despite Joe-L’s caustic critiques.  She does not believe in God or in fairytale love or any of that.   White Rock Ann (Female, 40’s to 50’s) – Ghost from 280 years ago, Ann Harvey's relative and Shipwreck Ann late in life, 1860 Joe-L (Male, Teens) – Ann Harvey’s present-day nephew.  A dark poet with a Tumblr blog, a renegade, forever on the brink of graduating high school but won’t do the last thing he needs to finish. He is obsessed with indie punk-noise bands and getting to NYC.  He’s an addict who is stuck in an island town and all he wants is to get out.  He believes in poetry and the cleansing power of a live band and the perfect high. A party boy fuck-up whose anger about his mother’s suicide comes in waves that he drowns out with booze. He is toying with going to an AA meeting to make Edna happy but thinks it’s bs.  He helps his aunt around the Inn sporadically.  He’d do it more but she doesn’t pay him what he’s worth and doesn’t listen to his ideas about attracting more American tourists. Not a survivor. Edna (Female, Teens) – Joe-L’s teenage girlfriend.  She is very excited about her AA recovery and trying to convert Joe-L. Determined to keep her goth edge but also do the right next thing if she can figure out what it is.  She secretly digs the slogans more than the lyrics of the punk bands they obsessively follow on Tumblr and Rilke. And she super loves sex, way more than Joe-L, which can be frustrating.  Learning how to survive addiction, sudden loss, and a strange home life and seeks comfort from AA, Ann, Joe-L and the Shipwreck Inn.  Not sure if she believes in ghosts. Shipwreck Ann (Female, 20’s) – 17-yr old Ann Harvey saved 161 Irish survivors from the wreck of the Despatch in 1828 off the coast of Newfoundland.  Determined, strong and practical.  She has an edge and carries her power in her body and in her voice.  Doesn’t suffer fools. Hardened by life along the coast which is ruled by nature, as is she. Throws off the Christian beliefs and gender roles as defined by the Irish visitors – her experience tells her that every person lives and dies by how strong they are and what work they do for themselves and for their families to survive.  But something she doesn’t understand cracks her open as she nurses Mary back to health. She has never had a friend or an anything.  She wants to be near her. Sid the American (Female, 20’s to 30’s) – Funny, gregarious, loud-and-proud queer cis woman from NYC.  Lots of cultural blind spots.  Very sure of her beliefs and her place in the world.  Lover of American pop culture, but ready to leave it behind to live in Canada since her progressive values are more reflected here.  Although she’s never been here before.  Been dreaming of getting married and flipping the bird to the dominant culture by...replicating the norms of the dominant culture.  Well-meaning and kind, but a hot mess.  Terrible at listening, taking the temperature of the room or reading between the lines. Alexander McCauley (Male, 30’s to 40’s, Irish) – Irish Husband of Mary McCauley. His religious beliefs has made him hard – everything is black and white.  He is ruled by the literal tenets of the bible and is dedicated to doing all he can to make God’s will material in every room he enters.  Pastor Paul (Male, 40’s to 50’s) – An American tourist whose privilege has granted him an unbounded belief in the good of humankind.  Looks for God in weird places and finds him.  Words spill out of him in his desire to connect with others, especially women, especially Ann Harvey.  An avid debater, curious listener, and lover of new things.  A dopey, charming somewhat culturally blind (think American suburban middle school soccer coach) who tries to embrace the complexities of modern life and merge it with his Christian beliefs. Man from Lloyd’s (Male, Any Age) – A company man who wants to follow protocol to retrieve any property of his employer.  He likes the comforts of London and did not volunteer for this assignment that required travelling in a ship across the ocean to investigate whether there is any small additional gains to be had from several shipwrecks along one of the nastiest coastlines. It is his first trip to the New World. Mary McCauley (Female, 30’s to 40’s, Irish) – An Irish survivor of the Despatch who Shipwreck Ann nurses back to health in her home.  MARY has just lost her baby, who was ripped from her arms by the sea, and is hollow from the mourning, and the injury, and her husband’s blame.  A haunting beauty, being near her feels like standing on the edge of a cliff.  She is a believer of Celtic pagan rituals and superstitions.  She sees and hears magic and dark power everywhere.  She loves Ireland, and slowly comes back to life as she finds it here in Newfoundland.  She can be quiet as a whisper and shriek like a banshee.  She will do anything to survive. Reika the American (Female, 20’s to 30’s) – Curious. Driven. Probably the smartest person in the room but lost in reflection and dreaming. Everyone projects onto her their weird sense of her mystery and she uses that when it works to her advantage. She is super-judgy of others and is bored easily. Reika hides herself from being smothered by Sid but also can’t quite end it. She doesn’t think the relationship can survive. Reika being mixed race shows through her body the history of colonization by the British Empire and in particular, by the British East Indian company which was formed to claim the British stake of the spice trade. Mary identifies as “Irish” and her servitude to her husband comes from her gender. Reika identifies as a woman of color and understands race as a cultural construct – she is interested in her Irish roots which may hold a white oppressive colonizing male who had sex with a servant while in India.  Or it might not.  What she cares about is getting as close to the place of the shipwreck, and to Mary, as possible.   CHOIR BOY Playwright: Tarell Alvin McCraney Director: Timothy Douglas LORT D Contract  The Space Theater   REH: 3/10/2020 1ST PREVIEW:  4/10/2020 OPEN:  4/17/2020 CLOSE:  5/10/2020 Seeking: Headmaster Marrow (Male, late 30’s to early 40’s, man of color) – The youngest and latest Headmaster for the Charles R Drew Prep School for Boys. He is the Paternal Uncle to Bobby. Pharus Jonathan Young (Male, late teens, boy of color) – Effeminate and a gifted tenor. Is proud of who he is and just wants to be seen. Soft yet strong. Begins the play as a junior at Charles R Drew Prep School for Boys and is the Lead of the school's famous choir. Roommates with AJ. Mr. Pendleton (Male, late 60’s to early 70’s, White) – A mediator. Returning professor at Charles R Drew Prep School for boys. A strong advocate for people of color in his younger years. Robert “Bobby” Marrow III (Male, mid to late teens, boy of color) – Strong headed and stubborn. A junior at Charles R Drew Prep School and member of the school's choir. Nephew to Headmaster Marrow. Junior Davis (Male, teenager, boy of color) – Naïve. Constantly being questioned on his intelligence. The runt of the bunch. A junior at Charles R Drew Prep School and member of the school's choir. Anthony Justin “AJ” James (Male, late teens, boy of color) – Athletic. Open and accepting.  A senior at Charles R Drew Prep School and member of the school's choir and baseball team. Roommate and continuing support to Pharus. David Heard (Male, late teens, boy of color) – Aspiring minister. Rule follower. A senior at Charles R Drew Prep School and member of the school's choir.


Once - Non-Union - Singers
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Seeking:Girl: Female, 20-35, Direct, intelligent, no-nonsense, and witty. Should have something "other" about her. Has had to work hard at life but doesn't think she deserves any sympathy. Must play the piano and sing extremely well. Must have a strong Czech (Eastern European) accent. Guy: Male, 20-35, a large Irish man. Owner of the music store where Girl plays piano. Loud, funny, and protective of Girl, but also has a vulnerability. Must sing and play guitar well. Must have a strong Irish accent. Reza: Female, 25-29, a sexy, funny, and smart Czech girl. Often a bit larger-than-life. Must sing and play violin/fiddle extremely well. Must have a strong Czech (Eastern European) accent. Beruska: Female, 45+, mother of Girl. A cool but caring Czech mother who likes a full house and full stomachs. Not many inhibitions. Must sing and play the accordion/piano well. Must have a strong Czech (Eastern European) accent. Bank Manager: 30-49, seems quite prim and proper but has a secret passion for music. Must sing and play guitar and cello well. Must have a strong Irish (Cork) accent. Da: Male, 50+, Guy's dad. A man of few words, but a lovely and caring father. Must play guitar, ukulele/mandolin well. Must have a strong Irish accent. Svec: Male, 20-39, a real oddball. Loves television and coffee. Must play guitar and drum kit extremely well. Must have a strong Czech (Eastern European) accent. Andrej: Male, 20-29, earnest and kind. It works well if he has a slight build, made slighter by his oversized interview suit. An employee at a fast food chain, but has big dreams. Must play guitar and bass guitar extremely well. Must have a strong Czech (Eastern European) accent. Eamon: Male, 20-49, the music studio manager where Guy and Girl record their album. A tough nut to crack but eventually gives into the musician’s talents. Must sing and play guitar (and piano) well. Must have a strong Irish accent. Emcee: Male, 20-49, the music studio manager where Guy and Girl record their album. A tough nut to crack but eventually gives into the musician’s talents. Must sing and play guitar (and piano) well. Must have a strong Irish accent. Ex-Girlfriend: Female, 20-39, Guy's ex-girlfriend, who now lives in New York. Kind, lovely, and likable. Must play violin extremely well. Must have a strong Irish accent.


Weathervane Theatre 2019 Season - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Equity Performers: Males & Females, 18+, actor 1: Chaperone, Mother Superior and Others; actor 2: Betty, Siobhan and Others; actor 3: Deloris, Billie and Others; actor 4: Alice, Janet and Others; actor 5: Judy, Sister Robert Anne and Others; actor 6: Man in Chair, Ed and Others; actor 7: Christopher, Billy and Others; actor 8: Phil Davis, Robert and Others; actor 9: Bob Wallace, Aldolpho and Others; packages subject to change; performers of all races, ethnicities and genders encouraged to attend for all roles.


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