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February 16, 2017

Ogunquit Playhouse 2017 Season - ECC - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Equity Singers: Males & Females, 18+ Equity Dancers: Males & Females, 18+, who sing well.


Bill Hanney's Theatre by the Sea 2017 Season - Non-Union - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Ensemble (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 18-88 Please see our website www.theatrebythesea.com for more info and breakdowns


Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival 2017 Season - Open - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Equity and Non-Equity Dancers who sing very well: Males & Females, 18+, excellent male and female athletic dancers who sing very well with strong technique in jazz, tap, and ballet.


APPOINTMENTS - National Players - Actors
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Region: Central

Seeking:Actors (Lead): Males & Females, 21+, casting lead actors for "Othello," "Alice in Wonderland," and "The Great Gatsby." Production states: "In classic American touring fashion, company members perform in all plays and also install, operate, and maintain all backstage and offstage elements. Technical background is not required. In addition to performance and backstage roles, actors will also lead workshops in communities around America, teaching students of all ages."


SUBMISSIONS - Mac-Haydn Theatre 2017 Summer Season - Singers
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Region: Eastern, Western, Central

Seeking:Various Roles Throughout Season (Lead): Males & Females, 18+


Michigan Shakespeare Festival 2017 Season - EPA - Actors
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Region: Central

Seeking:Classical Actors: Males & Females, 18+, all types (no children or teens) for a season of rotating rep. The tracks for Katherine, Petruchio, Grumio, Antony, Arkadine, and Trigorin are cast.


SUBMISSIONS - Forestburgh Playhouse 2017 Season - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:BASKERVILLE By Ken Ludwig Director: Trent Blanton Dates: June 13 – June 18 SEEKING SHERLOCK HOLMES: Late 30s – early 50s, male. Highly intelligent, confident, quick-witted, and obsessive. Lives to solve mysteries and discover the truth. Can border on the arrogant side. Thinks very highly of his close friend, Watson. Educated British accent; DOCTOR WATSON: Early to mid 40s, male. Smart, grounded, and full of heart. Doctor Watson is full of wonder. He lives to have adventures and assist his close friend Holmes. Watson is not nearly as brave as Holmes, but is extremely intelligent too. Educated British accent; ACTOR ONE: 30s – 40s, male. Must show great versatility both physically and vocally. Plays multiple roles, including STAPLETON (seemingly geeky butterfly lover persona conceals the psychopath within), BARRYMORE (mournful caretaker of Baskerville Hall), MILKER (scrappy Dickensian urchin boy) and DR. MORTIMER (elegant, friendly, passionate). Versatility of British dialects is a must. Must have good Scottish and Irish accents; ACTOR TWO: Mid 20s – early 40s, male. Must show great versatility both physically and vocally. Plays multiple roles, including SIR HUGO BASKERVILLE (brutal, cruel Cavalier), WILSON (exuberant, hearty head of messenger office), SIR HENRY BASKERVILLE (Texan relation to Baskervilles. Open-hearted, earnest, ready for adventure and to fall in love), and INSPECTOR LESTRADE (cocky police inspector). Versatility of British dialects is a must. Must have good Scottish, Irish, Texas and American Southern accents as well; ACTRESS ONE: 20s – early 30s, female. Must show great versatility both physically and vocally. Plays multiple roles, including MISS STAPLETON (STAPLETON’s initially secretive, scared “sister” who falls passionately in love with SIR HENRY), MRS. BARRYMORE (severe, humorless Swedish caretaker of Baskerville Hall), MRS. HUDSON (older, maternal housekeeper for HOLMES). Versatility of British dialects is a must. Must have good Scottish and Irish accents as well. ------------- FUNNY GIRL Director: Nathan Brewer Dates: June 20 - July 2 SEEKING: FANNY BRICE 20s - early 30s, New York accent. Fanny Brice is a vibrant, stage-struck, multi-talented, former “ugly duckling”, star of the Ziegfeld Follies. Excellent comedic timing and versatile vocal abilities a must; MRS. BRICE (FANNY'S MOTHER) 50s - 60s, Yiddish accent. Mrs. Rose Brice is a Jewish immigrant from Hungary, living on Henry. Excellent comedic timing a must. Mezzo Soprano; NICK ARNSTEIN A gambler and the love of Fanny’s life. Suave, sophisticated, and charming. 35 to 50 years old. Must have a strong middle range voice; EDDIE RYAN A song and dance man and Fanny’s closest friend. Must be a strong singer/dancer with good comic timing. Has three songs and one big production number. 25 to early forties. Must be able to tap dance. ----------- Disney’s THE LITTLE MERMAID Director: Christian Daniel Dates: July 4 – 16 SEEKING: ARIEL: Female, 18-29. Attractive; ingenue; comfortable with dancing; vocal range: mezzo Ab3-Gb5, belts to an E, pure sound; a mermaid princess; King Triton’s youngest daughter of seven, and an avid collector of human artifacts; though often rebellious, Ariel has a big heart filled with curiosity, stubbornness, and innocence; willing to give up her most prized possessions for a chance to be human; PRINCE ERIC: Male, 20-29. Attractive; the guy everyone falls in love with; portrayed with confidence and sincerity; handsome; well-built physically; vocal range: B2-G4; controlled lyrical tenor/baritenor; a nautical prince whose qualities are every bit as regal as they are genial; full of charm and valor, Eric is willing to denounce his place on the throne in order to find someone to love; SEBASTIAN: Male, 20-39. Strong actor/singer/comedian; competent dance, with strong comedic timing; must have lots of personality; vocal range: Bb2-C5, with flare and character; a crab; as the royal court composer, he is tasked to watch over Ariel; speaking with a Caribbean dialect, he is a sensitive suck-up and a true friend; URSULA: Female or Male, Early thirties-50s. Big personality, booming voice; must be able to move well; wide range of comedy and villainess cunning; vocal Range: Eb3-C5, alto/belt, commanding and strong; a sinister sea witch and King Triton’s sister, great sense of humor; KING TRITON: Male, late thirties to early fifties. Must be able to convincingly play father figure; attractive and athletic/muscular build; commanding and charismatic;; vocal range: Ab2-F4, rich baritone voice; Ariel’s father, who is adamant against the dangers the human world brings. --------------- Disney’s NEWSIES Director/Choreographer: Julie Tomaino Dates July 18 - July 30 SEEKING: JOSEPH PULITZER: Male, 40s, Caucasian. The boisterous forefather of Wm. F. Buckley Jr, Glenn Beck and Rupert Murdoch. An on point, know it all, politician. Impolite and impatient with the world. Must sing well; MEDDA: Female, 40s – 60s, any ethnicity. A vaudeville star of the Bowery variety. Risque, tough, with a big voice and GREAT comic delivery; ROOSEVELT: Male, age 50-65. The governor of New York. Roosevelt supports the Newsies by standing up against Pulitzer; WIESEL: Male, 35-50. The thuggish, uncompassionate paper distributor, who runs the distribution window for The World; SNYDER: Male, 45-65. A real low-down crook, runs The Refuge (the orphanage for boys). A spidery and sinister man. ------------- BYE BYE BIRDIE Director: Roque Berlanga Dates: August 1-13 SEEKING: ALBERT PETERSEN: Male, 30-early forties. Energetic young man, the President of the Almalou Music Corp, nervous type, great comedic timing, charming salesman, excellent dancer and singer. C flat to F flat; ROSIE ALVAREZ: Female, 25-early forties. Albert’s secretary, must be an excellent dancer and singer, vivacious and fiery, great comedic timing A flat to C; CONRAD BIRDIE: Male, 18-29. Flamboyant and good dancer/singer, an Elvis type, over the top Rock Star, big ego and big libido. D flat to E flat; MR. HARRY MACAFEE: Male, 40-59. Kim's Dad, very nervous type, controlling but loving, sings and dances; exasperated, excellent comedic timing. C to E; MAE PETERSEN: Female, 50-69. Albert's adoring mother, excellent comedic timing a must, martyr to the max, sings/moves well. ------------- CRAZY FOR YOU Director/Choreographer: Richard Hinds Dates: August 15 – 27 SEEKING: BOBBY CHILD: Male, 25-39. Attractive and charismatic leading man in the Astaire mode with a strong comic flair. Strong vocal and dance skills a must. Excellent tap and partnering a must. Must be a quadruple threat. Singer, dancer, actor and physical comedian; POLLY BAKER: Female, 22-39. Charming, energetic leading lady. Spunky and full of life. Can hold her own as the only woman in a town full of men. Strong vocal and dance skills a must. A star performer; BELA ZANGLER: Male, Late thirties to early fifties. Cultured, European Impresario in the Ziegfeld mode. Solid comic skills, must move well; IRENE ROTH: Female, 25-35. Pampered, cultured play-girl. Should have a comic flair. Very strong singer-dancer. ------------ THE GRADUATE Director: Mark Hardy Dates: August 29 - September 3 SEEKING: MRS. ROBINSON (Lead): Female, 42-Mid-fifties. Seductive, manipulative, sexy, and destructive; she finds an emotionally vulnerable Benjamin and manipulates and seduces him into an affair; she does not seem to have any other interest or concern for Benjamin until the notion of him dating her daughter reaches her; note: this role has full-frontal nudity written into the plot, and director will choose how to handle this based on casting response. If you wish to be considered for this role, include your comfort level with the following options: full nudity, topless nudity, silhouetted nudity, and implied nudity. You will not be ruled out of casting based on your response. BENJAMIN BRADDOCK: Male, 20s. Once the ideal student and son, and now a recent college graduate, Benjamin keeps hearing he has his whole life ahead of him; disillusioned with the idea that everything he’s worked for is without meaning or purpose, he desperately seeks a future that is different from the “American Dream” he grew up in; this is a largely dramatic role with biting, understated, dry humor; MR. BRADDOCK: Male, 45-late fifties. Benjamin’s father and long-time business partner of Mr. Robinson; immensely proud of his wealth and family, he has big dreams and aspirations for Ben; he tries to support and understand his son despite his bizarre behavior, only to push Ben further away; both comedic and dramatic chops needed; MR. ROBINSON: Male, 45-late fifties. Mrs. Robinson’s husband, Elaine’s father, and long-time business partner of Mr. Braddock; considers Benjamin the son he never had, and is as equally proud of him as Mr. Braddock; wants Benjamin to take a romantic interest in Elaine to solidify the business relationship and friendship between the two families; both comedic and dramatic chops needed; MRS. BRADDOCK: 45-59. Benjamin’s mother; almost entirely out-of-the-loop, she desperately tries to understand her son, often by asking the most direct and awkward questions; this is a largely comedic role.


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