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February 17, 2017

'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' & 'Annie' - ECC - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Ensemble Singers & Dancers: Males & Females, 18+, in the upcoming season; all ages and types; all must move very well. To play a number of different roles in "Annie" and will be assigned to either the Servant Chorus or in the New York City Chorus. There are several opportunities to be assigned a line or a solo in various numbers and some ensemble will have the opportunity to be in other scenes. Also seeking ensemble for various roles in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."


'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' & 'Annie' - ECC - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Ensemble Singers & Dancers: Males & Females, 18+, in the upcoming season; all ages and types; all must move very well. To play a number of different roles in "Annie" and will be assigned to either the Servant Chorus or in the New York City Chorus. There are several opportunities to be assigned a line or a solo in various numbers and some ensemble will have the opportunity to be in other scenes. Also seeking ensemble for various roles in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."


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."


Stages St Louis 2017 Season - Non-Union - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Female Ensemble and Roles: Female, 18-50, singers, 5’3’’ to 5’8’’ of all ethnic background to portray various ensemble roles in the Stages Season. Male Ensemble and Roles: Male, 18-50, singers, 5’8’’ and up of all ethnic background to portray various ensemble roles in the Stages Season.


Book of Mormon - ECC - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Female African Villagers: Female, 20-39, characters are black Africans, early 20s-late 30s; seeking great comedic actors and great singers. Male African Villagers: Male, 20-39, characters are black Africans, early 20s-late 30s; seeking great comedic actors and great singers. Mormon Males: Male, 18-29, characters are male Caucasians, late teens-late 20s; all-American, always optimistic; seeking great comedic actors and great singers.


Somebody's Daughter - EPA - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Kate Wu: Female, 35-40, Chinese-American; quick with an irreverent sense of humor which she uses to dodge uncomfortable situations; and as a high school guidance counselor, she is more often than not in uncomfortable situations. Alex Chan: Female, 15, Chinese-American; very smart, but shy and diffident until she feels it's safe to open up to you; then once you're in there, she's actually pretty funny, incisive and insightful; she's going through some shit right now. Millie Chan: Female, 40-45, Chinese-American; this is Alex's hard loving mom; she criticizes passive-aggressively, but it's clear that the things she says come from a tender place; she's torn between her desire to see her daughter achieve great things and her resentment at the fact that she never had the opportunity to do so herself. Richard Chan: Male, 40-49, Chinese-American; Alex's father; he's traditional, a business man, a proud provider; but he's hella awkward when it comes to emotions and depends on Millie to handle all that; he wants their next kid to be a boy real bad. Reggie Watts: Male, 35-40, African-American; a writer and a funny guy; he's been Kate's boyfriend for almost three years now, and has been laughing off a lot of racial stuff that whole time; but shit just got real and now he's questioning the legitimacy of their relationship. Russ Mitchell: Male, 17, Caucasian; he likes Alex and wants to have a meaningful relationship with her; he's sensitive and so, so well-meaning, but quietly reinforces the patriarchy.


The Gateway 2017 Season - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:"Rent" Mark Cohen: Mid-to-late 20s, any ethnicity. A filmmaker. Left behind his Jewish community and affluent upbringing to pursue his craft. Would rather tell the story than be the story. Hides behind his camera. Range: Baritone/Second Tenor. Roger Davis: Mid-to-late 20s, any ethnicity. Former front man for a fledgling rock band. Lives a life of a tortured artist and is a recovering drug addict who is HIV positive. Searches for meaning through his songwriting and guitar. Playing guitar a plus. Rock Tenor. Tom Collins: late 20s to early 30s, any ethnicity. Philosopher, professor, activist. Former roommate of Mark, Roger, and Benny. Angel’s lover. The patriarch. Strong, yet warm presence. Range: Baritone. Benny: late 20s to mid 30s, any ethnicity. Went to college with Mark. Lived with Roger, Collins, Maureen and Mark. Married into a wealthy family. Hopes to fulfill dream of building an arts studio for his friends, while making money for his father-in-law. Range: Baritone/second tenor. Angel: early to mid-20s, any ethnicity. Living with AIDS. Warm, lovable, nurturing, and honest. The mother hen. Must be able to dance in heels. Range: High tenor with great falsetto. Mimi Marquez: early to mid 20s, any ethnicity. Sexy and street smart. She works in a strip club and struggles with her addiction to heroin, which has resulted in her contraction of HIV. She falls in love with Roger, who is unable to commit to a relationship with her. Raw voice with high belt. Range: Mezzo soprano. Maureen Johnson: (mid-to-late 20s, any ethnicity. A performance artist. Not as good as she leads on. Lover of Joanne. Selfish. Big vocal range. Range: Mezzo Soprano. Joanne Jefferson: (late-20s to 30s, any ethnicity. Harvard grad, lawyer. Affluent upbringing. Comfortable with her artistic liberal way of life and conservative upbringing. Insecure in her relationship with Maureen. Dry wit. Range: Mezzo Soprano- with pop belt . Ensemble Women: (20s-30s) Great actors/singers who move well to portray various characters including: Alexi Darling, Mark’s Mom, Roger’s Mom, Joanne’s Mom, Seasons of Love Soloist, and more. Ensemble Men: (20s-30s) Great actors/singers who move well to play various characters including: Joanne’s Dad, Life Support Group, Squeegee Man, Seasons of Love Soloist, and more. --------------- "Mamma Mia!" Info: The songs of the pop group ABBA provide the score for this romantic comedy that contrasts the dreams and desires of a young woman about to become a bride with those of her mother, a free spirit of the 70s who never married. “Mamma Mia!” takes place at a tavern on a Greek island. The cast should be quirky and offbeat; we are not seeking obvious musical theater performers. Actors who sing and move work best in this show. All artists should have a rock sound and be able to move well. We are seeking performers of all races and ethnicities for these roles. Donna: (late 30s-early 40s – the mother of a 20 year old girl) Attractive and free-spirited. A former lead singer in a group called “Donna and the Dynamos” who now owns and runs a hotel/casino on a Greek island. A strong feminist who also has a zany and vulnerable side. Range: Alto/Mezzo Sophie: (18-25) A very special young woman who is determined to find the romance and happiness she feels eluded her mother. Has a wild, zany spirit even though she pursues a conventional marriage. Range: Pop soprano. Tanya: (late 30s-early 40s) A former singer in the “Dynamos.” Rich, sophisticated, acerbic, funny, and witty. Range: Alto/Mezzo Rosie: (late 30s-early 40s) Also a former singer in the “Dynamos” who now writes for and runs a feminist press. She’s confident, strong, and funny on the outside but shy underneath. Kooky and fun, good comic actress, bit of a clown. Actress who sings. Range: Alto/Mezzo Sam: (35-45) May be Sophie’s father. Left Donna 20 years ago because he was engaged to another woman. Charming, successful architect. Actor who sings. Baritone. Harry: (35-45) May be Sophie’s father. British financier, wealthy, buttoned-up, and conservative but trying to reconnect with his freer, youthful self. Must be able to do a very convincing English accent. Also an actor who sings. Range: High baritone, tenor. Bill: (35-45) May be Sophie’s father. A travel writer with no possessions or strings. Good-natured, always ready for adventure. Funny, preferably a big or imposing man. Should be a very good actor who sings. Range: High Baritone Sky: (mid-late 20s) Sophie’s fiance. Athletic, attractive – has given up his life as a successful young businessman in order to make over Donna’s tavern and marry Sophie. Range: Tenor ------------- "Little Shop of Horrors" Seymour Krelborn: (25-35) An insecure, put-upon florist's clerk and eventual hero. He is a genuine, well-meaning man who is taken for granted because of his clumsy ways and poor social skills. Vocal range top: G4 Vocal range bottom: A2 Audrey: (25-35) Bleached-blond, Billie-Dawn-like, secret love of Seymour's life. She has poor self-worth and education, but incredibly good looks and a sweet and vulnerable demeanor. Vocal range top: D5 Vocal range bottom: seeking a very strong musical theater voice with solid mix/belt and access to a strong rock quality as needed. Mr. Mushnik: (55-65) The seasoned owner of the failing East Side flower shop and Seymour's nosy boss. His accent is middle class New York. He seldom smiles but often sweats; and he is not above making a quick buck, when the opportunity presents itself. He is profit-driven, greedy, and manipulative. Seeking a strong character actor who can sing and move well; looking for a bari tenor who can hold harmony Vocal range top: F4 Vocal range bottom: G2 Orin Scrivello: (30-40) An egotistical dentist with a passion for leather and sadistic tendencies. Audrey's abusive boyfriend, who is targeted by Seymour. Vocal range top: G4 Vocal range bottom: G2 Audrey Ii/ Voice Of The Plant/Puppetier: (any age) An actor/vocalist located offstage. The voice is that of a conniving, street-smart 'villain.' A funky Rhythm and Blues voice is best. Vocal range top: G4 Vocal range bottom: G2 Crystal, Ronnette and Chiffon: (20-35, African-American) are street urchins, acting as the occasional Greek Chorus. Young, hip, and smart, these girls are the only ones who have a grip on reality. Vocal range top: F5 Vocal range bottom: Ab3 ------------- "A Christmas Story" Jean Shepherd: 50-60s, the narrator (Ralphie is him as a boy) plays several roles in and out of the story as well. Midwestern, charming, warm, excellent story teller. Non-singing/dancing role. Ralphie: (Must look around 9/10 years old), no taller than 5 feet. Great actor and singer. Must dance some. Warm and funny. Ralphie is on stage the entire show. A young man who can be focused and have a professional attitude. The Old Man: 30s-40s. Genius comic actor who sings and dances. Untight, fuss-budget, flawed. Humorously "terrifying" dad with a heart somewhere. Range is high baritone. The Mother: 30s-40s. Pretty, warm, funny, wonderful expressive singer, contemporary mid-range mix-belt, with some soprano. Must be a truly great actress as well as a great singer. Subtle real, genuine and truthful sense of humor, a bit on the "quirky" side. Randy(Ralphie's younger brother): Must look 6-7 years old. Must be shorter than Ralphie. Must sing and dance (tap). Miss Shields: aged 40-50 school teacher; not a stick-in-the-mud, she's sassy. Funny musical comedy belter who taps. Must tap dance. Scut Farkus (child): Must be taller than Ralphie. Tough, older (9-12), must dance (tap). Grover Dill (child): Scut's sidekick. Must be small and look 6-8 years old. Comic actor, must dance (tap).


Imagination Stage 2017-18 Season - EPA - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:THE SMARTEST GIRL IN THE WORLD Description: Leo is studying to get on his school’s team for the TV Challenge while his younger sister would prefer to play. The two share dreams of being successful, and making life easier for their overworked parents. When Mami & Papi forbid Leo from accepting a place on the team because he has sickle cell and cannot travel, Leo feels thwarted. Lizzy decides to help by studying to make the Challenge team herself and thereby achieve Leo and her dreams. LIZZY MARTINEZ, a second grader. Later a third grader. LEO MARTINEZ, Lizzy’s big brother. A sixth grader, later a seventh grader. / CROCKETT ELEMENTARY QUIZ SHOW CONTESTANT HECTOR, Leo and Lizzy’s cousin. Same age as Leo. / PAPI, Leo and Lizzy’s father. Early thirties. /QUIZ SHOW HOST CHERYL, Lizzy’s neighbor and playmate. Same age as Lizzy. / MAMI, Leo and Lizzy’s mother. Early thirties. / AUNT KID, Leo and Lizzy’s aunt. Their Mami’s sister. Forties, early fifties. / PIERCE ELEMENTARY QUIZ SHOW CONTESTANT ------------ CHARLOTTE’S WEB Fern Arable is a soft-hearted farm girl who objects to her father’s plan to kill the runt of the pig litter. As a result, she gets to bottle-feed Wilbur and, during this time, she develops a strong attachment to him. Her father agrees to board Wilbur with the family relations so that Fern can visit him after school. At the Zuckerman Farm, Wilbur meets a silly goose, a morbid sheep, the selfish rat Templeton, and the spider Charlotte. Everyone but young Wilbur knows that the pig is being fattened up for slaughter but when she sees Wilbur’s despair, Charlotte makes a plan to save him. (Actor/Musicians encouraged to audition) FERN - a young girl who forms a bond with Wilbur. / GOOSE / SPECTATOR / JUDGE CHARLOTTE - A spider; she saves Wilbur’s life through her webbing “miracles.” / MRS. ARABLE (offstage voice) / BABY SPIDER (off-stage voice) AVERY - Fern’s brother. / HOMER - Fern’s uncle. / SHEEP / SPECTATOR / JUDGE TEMPLETON - A rat; doesn’t often do things for anyone but himself. / JOHN ARABLE - Fern’s father / LURVY - A hired hand / LAMB WILBUR - A pig who is being fattened up for slaughter while Charlotte tries to save him by weaving words into her web about him. GANDER / GOOSE / REPORTER / UNCLE (the Pig) / FAIR PRESIDENT ----------- THE PRINCESS AND THE PAUPER: A BOLLYWOOD TALE Set in long ago and faraway India, this adaptation stars a spoiled Princess called Razia and a shy peasant girl named Zainab. Zainab accompanies her mother Hema to the palace to deliver a coronation cape, but while Hema is fitting the Wazir, Zainab sneaks into the Princess’s mango garden. The girls notice how similar they are in looks and exchange clothes. A mix-up ensues and Razia ends up living Zainab’s life and vice-versa. Razia soon discovers how unfairly the common people are treated. RAZIA - the princess / GHOST of the Sultana ZAINAB - the paupress HEMA - Zainab’s mother, a dressmaker AYAH - Razia’s nanny / CHANDRA - a dog WAZIR - a high minister of the Sultanate NAVEEN - a family friend of Zainab’s / GUARD ZOYA - Zainab’s younger sister / FARHAN - a shopkeeper ------------ ROBIN HOOD The traditional story is framed with contemporary beggar characters who beg from the audience and wonder if any hero will ever come along to set right their world’s injustices. Suddenly we transform into The Sherwood Forest where The Sheriff of Nottingham kills a peasant for poaching a royal deer. The peasant’s son, Much, is saved by the arrival of Robin who takes the Sheriff's money bags and welcomes the boy to his Merry Men. This event kicks off the Sheriff’s long battle to trap Robin and put an end to his do-gooding. ACTOR 1 - The Sheriff/King Richard/Soldier 3 ACTOR 2 - Prince John/Will Scarlett/Soldier 1/Little John/Friar Tuck ACTOR 3 - Much/Maid Marian ACTOR 4 - Robin Hood/Marian’s Dad/Soldier 2 2 Musicians/Merry Men/Soldiers ------------ YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN The play features five Elementary School children and their dog, Snoopy, in a series of vignettes that reveal much about their lives and relationships. SALLY BROWN - Charlie’s younger sister and vacillates between nasty and nice to him. LUCY VAN PELT - The bully of the piece. Wants to become queen Lucy. SNOOPY - Snoopy displays his dreams of grandeur in the melodramatic Red Baron number, then celebrates extravagantly in Suppertime when Charlie Brown SCHROEDER - A mini-musical prodigy always playing Beethoven on his toy piano. CHARLIE BROWN - Charlie suffers humorously from a terrible inferiority complex. LINUS VAN PELT - Carries his security blanket and tries to stay out of the way of his domineering sister Lucy.


1984 - EPA - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Winnston: Male, 25-40, soulful, thoughts emanate out of him into the room; fragile and ill, appearing old for his age; he is not robust, he may not survive torture; thoughtful, he would have been a writer in another universe, but is a sufferer in this one. O'Brien: Male, 40-69, authoritative politician, smooth, unflappable, almost kindly but with the quiet zeal of a true believer; not quite God, but on the way; benevolence is essential, far better than malevolence; we want to trust him and understand why Winston is drawn to him; he is intelligent, articulate, convincing, with a speed and clarity of thought; good at his job; physical presence is an asset. Julia: Female, 22-35, confident, sparkly, sexual, free spirited; is she a devoted lover and revolutionary who hates the Party, or a double agent working for the Thought Police?; enigmatic, hard to read, may not be trustworthy; holds the potential of aggression and sharpness; a complex role which requires grit and simplicity in the playing. Charrington: Male, 40-50, Charrington appears to be in his sixties when we first meet him, but is revealed later to be younger; a bit of a wizard, magic and sparkly; a 'prole' shopkeeper; lower status and lower class; somewhat unpredictable, unreadable and may not be trustworthy; also plays the 'host'. Syme: Male, 25-35, a nerdy, word-obsessed, precise, anxious worker-ant; his fanatical admiration for Big Brother will be his downfall. Martin: Male, 35-50, is enigmatic, untrustworthy, threatening in presence and in person; his appearance may have been altered; he may not be a real person or be disguised; an active observer, he remains constant as the world shifts around Winston; he has the solid confidence of a man who knows exactly what’s going on. Mrs. Parsons/Mother: Female, 45-65, maternal, the frightened, tired mother of an over-zealous child, she is also Winston’s mother and a lower-class Prole woman; lower status, likeable, preferably of larger build; a good soulful singer but not polished. Parsons: Male, 45-55, married to Mrs Parsons, proud father of the child; in awe of her; simple-minded, poorly educated, keen, enthusiastic, preferably larger of build, low status; cheerful, uncomplicated, unquestioning. Child: Female, 7-9, she's a member of the 'Spies', a kind of Hitler Youth, who are trained to inform on neighbours and family members; sparky, fearless, frightening and hard; at other times she may be Winston's younger sister, wary, hungry, afraid.


Hamilton - ECC - Dancers
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Region: Central

Seeking:Dancers/Off-Stage Swings: Males & Females, 18-39, amazing dancers, versatile in all forms of conemporary dance. Must sing very well and be able to portray various characters in the ensemble. Ensemble and swings will also be considered to potentially understudy principal roles.


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