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April 16, 2019

Jesus Christ Superstar - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Jesus: Male, 20-39, rock tenor; chest voice B2-Ab4, powerful falsetto/scream up to G5. This role demands a well-rounded baritone voice that also has a super extended upper register- virtuosity coupled with sensitive musicianship a must. Think James Taylor meets Steve Tyler. A true “rock star”, comfortable addressing a group of 12 or an arena of 12,000. This role does not dance, but must be comfortable moving. Note if actor can play acoustic guitar as it is preferred for the role. Judas: Male, 18-39, rock/soul tenor; E3-D4 (+). This role requires an agile and sensitive voice with access to extremely high registers across a full dynamic range. Stylistically drawing a great deal from soul music, useful reference points would be Stevie Wonder/Murray Head. He is the antagonist of the show, concerned that fame is getting in the way of the message of social justice. Someone who can tell a story through a melody, with exquisite diction and intonation. This role does not dance but must be comfortable moving. Mary: Female, 18-39, belt mezzo; G#3-C5; former prostitute, now follower of Jesus, grappling with her feelings and her faith. Seeking singers who can communicate her solo as more than just a simple love song. This role does not dance but must be comfortable moving. Drawing its influence from early 70s pop, this role requires musical simplicity & excellent phrasing. Think Joni Mitchell/Carol King. (No riffing required). Pilate: 30-49, baritone or baritenor; A2-Bb4; a strong baritone with extended high register. Think Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Robert Plant. A diverse musical journey through both acts requires a singer of great stillness, yet with the ability to tear the roof off in the final bars. Guitar skills preferred. Annas: Male, 30-49, funky high rock/soul tenor, with a great flair for swing & groove. Shrill, tightly wound, sadistic high priest; strong mover; E3-D5. Caiaphas: Male, 30-49, a strong bass with a baritone range. Must have great feel for groove & an astonishing musical presence. Should look and act very cool; strong mover; low bass, C#2-F4.


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.


Einstein's Dreams - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:ALBERT EINSTEIN – High Baritone, low G to high F (optional G#). Late 20s/early 30s. The genius in his youth, more at home in his head than in the world. Intensely focused, capable of flights of romantic imagination, idealistic and impassioned in the throes of scientific discovery. Trapped in a job beneath his capabilities, and struggling to make ends meet to support his wife and child, his dreams are a welcome escape. His marriage has grown strained, and this is partly why he is so entranced with the woman who haunts his dreams.  JOSETTE – Soprano with Belt, low A to high G, (optional Bb). Late 20s-late 30s. A mysterious, beguiling woman who appears to Einstein in his dreams over consecutive nights, guiding him in his exploration of the nature of time. She holds the key to his research, but because she is elusive and mercurial, it takes him awhile to fully understand who she is: Time personified.  MICHELE BESSO – Baritone, low G to high Eb. Late 20s/early 30s. Einstein’s closest friend and confidante. A talented physicist in his own right, Besso understands the importance of balancing intellectual pursuits with human relationships, and grounds Einstein in reality. He is quick to deflect with a joke, but his wry sense of humor is a mask for his deeper feelings.  PETER KLAUSEN – Baritone, C to high F. 40s/50s. Einstein’s boss in the patent office. Formal, officious, and emotionally detached, he has no patience for dreamers and frequently claims others’ accomplishments as his own. Doubles in the dream world as an impatient businessman, and Franklin D. Roosevelt.  MARTA / MILEVA – Mezzo-soprano, low G to F. 30s. Marta is the patent office typist. Warm and  maternal, she is infatuated with Einstein, quick to anticipate his needs, and disappointed when he fails to notice her. Doubles in the dream world as a mother, longing to keep her child safe from the progress of time, and as Mileva, Einstein’s wife.  ANNA – Soprano, B to F#. 20s/30s. Besso’s feisty wife. She has known Einstein since they were children. Smart and self-confident, she grasps the basics of relativity before her husband. Doubles in the dreams as a dutiful daughter, and a beleaguered bride.  HILDA – Mezzo/Belt – low B to D. 40s/50s. Klausen’s loyal, long-suffering secretary. She has squandered the best years of her life playing by the rules. She addresses this in one of the dreams, urging Einstein not to wish his life away. Doubles as a comically forgetful woman.  JOHANNES – Tenor, C# to high G. 20s/30s. The newest hire in the patent office. Puppyish and eager to please, he doubles in Einstein’s dreams as a beleaguered groom and a forgetful clerk. A quirky, character tenor.  JOSIE – Alto Belt – low Bb to C. Seeking an actor age 18+ to play age 12. A preternaturally self- possessed and intelligent girl, with a firm grasp of metaphysics. We ultimately discover her identity as Josette’s younger self.


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.


'Finding Neverland' 2019-20 National Tour - Non-Union - Singers
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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.


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 - ECC - 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.


Weathervane Theatre 2019 Season - ECC - Dancers
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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.


Beautiful: The Carole King Musical - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:Male Ensemble (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 18+,all roles in the dancing ensemble are African American; 20s/mid-30s. Seeking appealing, charismatic & attractive dancer/singers to portray various roles, including The Drifters, who are featured soloists in numbers including “Some Kind of Wonderful,” “Up on the Roof,” and “On Broadway.” Female Ensemble: 18+, all roles in the dancing ensemble are African American; 20s to mid-30s. Seeking appealing, charismatic & attractive dancer/singers to portray various roles, including The Shirelles, Janelle Woods & Little Eva. Members of the ensemble are featured soloists in numbers including “Will You Love Me Tomorrow, “The Locomotion,” “One Fine Day,” and “Uptown.”


Mamma Mia! - ECC- Dancers
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Region: Western

Seeking:Strong Dancers: Males & Females, 18+


Celebrity Cruises - Open - Singers
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Seeking:Lead Vocalists (Lead): Males & Females, 18-30, must be 18+ to audition. Seeking powerhouse vocalists with strong bodies and great stamina. Styles to include contemporary pop/rock, R&B, and contemporary musical theater; especially seeking women with a strong mix/belt to F5 and legit to C6, baritenors to G4 and tenors to B4 with strong falsetto extension. Rap a plus. Must move confidently.


The Book Of Mormon - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:KEVIN PRICE (18): All-American. Very handsome. Head of the class, always optimistic. Heroic  Mormon. Must be a great comedic actor and a fantastic pop-rock tenor to a high B. Should be at least 5’10 or taller.  ARNOLD CUNNINGHAM (18): Could be dweeby, dorky, nerdy, possibly overweight, or all four combined. Arnold is a pathological liar but his heart is in the right place. He is a total screw-up with no filter, but not for lack of trying, he always wants to do the right thing. Seeking a fantastic comedic actor who sings well. Tenor. Also interested in comedians who sing.  NABALUNGI (20): African American. Pretty. Takes the hardships of her village very seriously and wants to help her people find a better life. Must have great comic timing. Belt to an E.  ELDER MCKINLEY (18): District leader of the Mormon missionaries in Uganda. All- American, wide- eyed and hopeful. Often struggles to cover his flamboyant tendencies and adhere to his Mormon morals. Must be a fantastic comedic actor and great singer who taps. High Baritone who can pop out high Bb's for comedic effect.  MAFALA HATIMBI(40’s-Mid 50’s): African American. Father of Nabalungi. Has come to accept the hardships in the village where they live but is a discerning community leader and tries to bring joy to their lives. Must be a great comedic actor and singer. Can be an actor who sings well. High Baritone to a G#.  PRICE’S DAD / MISSION PRESIDENT / VARIOUS ROLES (40’s): All-American good looks and physique. Plays several parts from the perfect picture of a head of a Mormon household, to the stern missionary president, to Joseph Smith, so must have the ability to be transformative. Must be a great comedic actor and good singer. High Baritone to an Ab.  GENERAL (Mid 20’s – mid 30’s): The general is a warlord in Uganda who is terrorizing the local villagers. Must have the ability to be threatening and intimidating figure but must also be great comedic actor. Baritone to an F.


Fringe Deaths - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:Alfalfa Switzer- (Earl/Reporter/Bill Bliss): Early 30's year old white male hillbilly with an attitude. Former child star now living hand to mouth in 1950's Los Angeles. Thin build. George Reeves- (Moses/Guard): Mid 40's year old white male. Thoughtful and well spoken. Down on his professional luck former actor and star of TV's Adventures of Superman. Athletic build and at least 6 feet tall. Jack Ruby- (Man/Flip/Bob): Mid 50's year old white male. Short statured, balding, and rough hewn former nightclub owner who shot Lee Harvey Oswald. Barbara Payton- (Liz/Carol): Mid 30's year old white female. Former Hollywood starlet who ages from 15 to 39 in course of the play. Innocent ingenue turned street walker and drug addict. Jack Larson- (Charlie/Steve): Late 20's year old white male. Straight forward and relatively innocent actor. Played Jimmy Olson on TV's Adventures of Superman. Toni Mannix- (Rita/Mabel): Mid 50's year old white female. Former Rockette, now wife of MGM Vice President Eddie Mannix. Leonore Lemon- (Doctor/ Reporter ): Female. Mid 30's year old white New York nightclub personality.


Buddy - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Buddy Holly (Lead): Male, 19-28,singer-songwriter and star from Lubbock, Texas. Buddy is intelligent, charismatic. Must play guitar, sing and act and have a feel for rock ‘n’ roll. Richie Valens (Lead): Male, 19-25, good-looking with charisma, a dedicated eye for the ladies, and the ability to hold the stage in his own right. His key song is “La Bamba.” Must be able to act and move well. The ability to play a musical instrument is an advantage but not required. JP Richardson (The Big Bopper) (Lead): Male, 28-55, a former DJ, he is a Texan with an irrepressible larger than-life character with the ability to command the stage on his own as a single performer. His key song is “Chantilly Lace.” The ability to play a musical instrument is an advantage but not required. Maria Elena Holly (Lead): Female, 18-25, Buddy Holly’s wife attractive, classy, and well-educated. Must be able to sing and act. Joe B. Mauldin (Supporting): Male, 20-30double bass player, one of Buddy’s band, The Crickets. Serious, square young man with musical ability. Must be able to sing and act. Jerry Allison (Supporting): Male, 20-30, drummer, one of Buddy’s band, The Crickets. Good looking, irrepressible cheeky guy with musical ability. Must be able to sing and act. Hipockets Duncan (Supporting): Male, 25-49, an exuberant hometown radio DJ from Lubbock, Texas, with an air of authority and a keen sense of humor. Must be able to sing. The ability to play a musical instrument is an advantage but not required. Norman Petty (Supporting): Male, 20-49, a record producer from Clovis, New Mexico, with a businesslike manner and a love of making records. Must be able to sing. The ability to play a musical instrument is an advantage but not required. Vi Petty (Supporting): Female, 25-49, the wife of Norman with a heart of gold and a good sense of humor.. Must be able to sing and act and have exceptional rock ‘n’ roll keyboards ability. Apollo Performers (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 18+, four males and females, any age, ability to hold the stage on his/her own. Key song “Shout” Must have good comic timing and be able to act.


Undermain Theatre 2019-2020 Season - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:"Red Chariot"  What if Tarot Cards could actually affect your future? And you could use that Tarot Deck to control other's destinies as well? And what if the Internet created that Tarot Deck? Red Chariot is a world premiere Science-Fiction thriller set amid the downfall of civilization after the Internet has created a mysterious Tarot Deck, that when read, can actually affect the past, present, and future. Gordon Dahlquist (Tomorrow Come Today) takes us on a journey though time as we explore the chaotic effects of new technological advancements and the role humans have, or haven’t, played in stopping that chaos. Characters: Sarah: A woman in her 20s. Black: A woman in her 30s. White: A man in his 30s. Pattern: A man in his 30s. Pierson: A man in his 50s. Ellen: A woman in her 20s. John: A man in his 30s. Marpessa: A woman in her 30s. Henrik: A man in his 30s. "The Thanksgiving Play" Good intentions collide with absurd assumptions in Larissa FastHorse’s wickedly funny satire, as a troupe of terminally “woke” teaching artists scrambles to create a pageant that somehow manages to celebrate both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month. A brilliant take on the modern American cultural dilemma. There will be no performance on Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 28. Characters: Logan: Female, Caucasian looking, the high school drama teacher that's always pushing the envelope in potentially inappropriate ways. Earnest about theater and proving herself. Jaxton: Male, Caucasian looking, yoga practitioner/actor. Politically correct to a fault, a big one. He's that confident guy everyone loves, but his logical PC thinking takes weird turns. Alicia: Female, brunette Caucasian looking but has looks that would have been cast as ethnic in 1950's movies. Without guile. Sexy and hot, but not bright. Caden: Male, Caucasian looking, the academic. Awkward elementary school history teacher with dramatic aspirations but no experience. "Madame Bovary"  Madame Bovary is the tragic, yet scintillating story of a woman who longed for a life she could never fully achieve. Emma Bovary is a woman who desires the illustrious and romantic world she has only read about in books or observed from afar. As this desire grows, Emma must seek to fulfill it, whatever the cost, in an ultimate quest to become the Madame Bovary of her wildest and most passionate dreams. Telling Emma's story through the eyes of her own daughter, Adrienne Kennedy brings a fresh and exciting approach to this classic novel. Characters: Emma Bovary: A provincial woman with romantic aspirations, 25 – 35. Charles Bovary: Emma’s husband and local Doctor. Berthe: Emma and Charles’ daughter. Leon: A young man – lover to Emma. Rodolphe: Lover to Emma. Homais: Owner of the local Pharmacy. Madame Homais: Wife to Homais. Madame Lefrancois: Mistress of the Golden Lion Inn. Felicite: Emma’s maid. Ensemble: Various Speaking and Non-Speaking roles. Roles open to all ethnicities (The role of Lheureux has been cast) Whither Goest Thou America: A Festival of New American Play Readings Undermain presents its third series of readings of new American plays examining the American Landscape. Each week of the series will focus on a different playwright and play with staged readings by an ensemble cast. Audiences will have the opportunity to return each week of the series to experience a new work examining the American experience and asking the question, “Where are we going?”


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