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May 17, 2018

Hamilton - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Alexander Hamilton: Male, 30-39, non-white, an earnest, ambitious hothead, a man possessed. Speaks his mind, no matter the cost. Must be able to rap very well. Eminem meets Sweeney Todd; tenor-baritone; principal. Eliza Hamilton: Female, 20-39, non-white, fiercely loyal, self-possessed, proud. Evolves from lovesick, wealthy young woman to the sole keeper of her late husband’s legacy. Alicia Keys meets Elphaba; soprano; principal. Angelica Schuyler: Female, 20-39, non-white, must be able to sing and rap well. Fierce, dazzling, brilliant, can read a room and everyone in it instantly. Deeply in love with Hamilton, who is married to her beloved sister Eliza. Nicki Minaj meets Desiree Armfeldt; mezzo-soprano; principal. Aaron Burr: Male, 18-39, non-white, sings and raps in equal measure. Our narrator. A cool, steely reserve. An orphan raised in wealth, plays his cards and opinions close to the vest. Slow to anger, but when he gets there, look out. Javert meets Mos Def; tenor-baritone; principal. George Washington: Male, 30-49, non-white, sings and raps in equal measure. Authoritative, regal, aloof, aware of his place in history at all times. John Legend meets Mufasa; tenor-baritone; principal. Marquis De LaFayette/Thomas Jefferson (dual role): Male, 18-39, non-white. Lafayette is an earnest, idealistic Frenchman who reveals himself to be a superb military commander/rapper. Think Lancelot meets Ludacris. Jefferson is relaxed, jazzy, brilliant, whose effortless cool is ruffled ONLY by Hamilton. Harold Hill meets Drake; tenor-bari; must be able to sing and rap well; principal. Hercules Mulligan/James Madison (dual role): Male, 20-39, non-white, tenor/baritone, must be able to sing and rap well. Mulligan is the life of the party, dripping with swagger, streetwise and hilarious. Joins the revolution to get out of being a tailor’s apprentice, and befriends Laurens, Hamilton and Lafayette. Busta Rhymes meets Donald O’Connor. Madison is incisively intelligent, quiet, professional. A former Hamilton ally, he becomes Jefferson’s detail man concerning all matters—he gets things done. RZA meets Zach from "A Chorus Line;" principal. John Laurens/Philip Hamilton (dual role): Male, 18+, non-white, late teens- 20s, tenor; must be able to sing and rap well. Laurens is an ardent young abolitionist and idealist, born into privilege, joining the Revolution. Hamilton’s loyal best friend. Nas meets Elder Price. Philip Hamilton is prodigious, full of life, a wordsmith in the mold of his father Alexander. Tupac meets J. Pierrepont Finch; principal. Peggy Schuyler/Maria Reynolds (dual role): Female, 18+, non-white, late teens-20s, mezzo-soprano. Peggy Schuyler is sweet, shy, youngest of the three Schuyler Sisters. The Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child. Maria Reynolds is sultry, young, calculating. Affects the role of a damsel in distress to seduce Hamilton. Jasmine Sullivan meets Carla from "Nine;" principal. King George: Male, 30-49, the King of England. Entitled, pouty nihilist. Sees the American Colonies as a deluded former lover, who will come crawling back. Rufus Wainwright meets King Herod in JCS; tenor; British accent; principal.


Kiss Me, Kate - ECC - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Roles Cast: 18+, the following roles have been cast: Lilli Vanessi, Fred Graham, Bill Calhoun, Harry Trevor, Paul, and Harrison Howell. Lois Lane: Female, 25-39, a night club singer making her theatrical debut. Sexy and charismatic. An expert at employing her feminine wiles. Must be an incredible dancer with strong comedic abilities. Belter. Gangster 1 & 2: Male, 40-59, a gangster duo with an appreciation for Shakespeare. Tough and intimidating. Must have extremely strong comedic abilities and be comfortable singing. Hattie: Female, 30-49, she is part Lilli's dresser and part psychologist. Unflappable and charismatic. She's seen it all. Sings the anthem "Another Op'nin', Another Show." Belt. Male & Female Singers Who Dance Well (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 20-39, characters are male and female, 20s-30s, of all ethnicities. Seeking vivid, appealing, and charismatic singers who dance extremely well. Male & Female Dancers Who Sing Well (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 18+, characters are male and female, 20s-30s, of all ethnicities. Seeking vivid, appealing, and charismatic dancers who sing extremely well. Must be an incredible dancer.


Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, 2018 National Music Theater Conference - EPA -
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Seeking:THE FAMILY RESEMBLANCE Character Breakdown: 5W, 2M AKOSUA (uh-KOH- swee-yah), mixed race woman, mid 30s. Buttoned-up, professional, the one who gets things done. A director of communications for a global firm. Everyone calls her Akos (uh-KOHS). BETSY, white woman, Californian, 60s. Cheerful, scattered, creative. A quilter and former social worker. KOFI, black man, Ghanaian, 60s. The patriarch. A brilliant chemistry professor with a playful sense of humor. Sees himself as the protector of his family but carries his own deep wounds. SYLVIE, mixed race woman, late 20s/early 30s. Passionate believer in beauty and justice. A graduate student and art teacher. Similar temperament to her mother, with whom she does not get along. MARCUS, white man, late 20s/early 30s. Feels he has a lot to prove. The director of a west Philadelphia youth center. Doubles as SØRENSEN, the spirit of Betsy’s father, a rakish, Scandinavian-American navy man. VALENTINA, a spirit, appears as a black woman, Ghanaian. Regal, warm, and very practical. Could be played by an actress anywhere between 30s to 80s. MINA, mid 30s, high school friend of Akos. Adopted as a child, now a professional singer. Doubles as GLADYS, black woman, Ghanaian, Valentina’s best friend, appears as a spirit and young woman. SPIRITS (doubled by actors playing the above). ______________________ TEETH Character Breakdown: 4M, 7F: DAWN O’KEEFE –FEMALE. 16. A sanctified, evangelical Christian girl. Leader of a chastity group called Promise Keeper Girls. PROMISE KEEPER GIRLS –FEMALE. 16ish but also project older. An ensemble of at least six (6) young women who are both literal members of Dawn’s chastity group and the theatrical manifestation of Dawn’s subconscious. BRAD O’KEEFE –MALE. 17. Dawn’s step-brother. Rebellious and edgy. TOBEY AKIN –MALE. 16. Dawn’s religiously convicted boyfriend. Doubles as other incidental male characters as necessary. RYAN –MALE. 16. A young gay man who is working with the Promise Keeper Girls to help reverse his same sex attraction. BILL O’KEEFE –MALE. Late 40s –Dawn’s pious step-father. Brad’s biological father. Doubled by the actor portraying Dr. Godfrey. DR. GODFREY –MALE. 40ish. A local gynecologist Dawn goes to for help once she discovers her vagina dentata. Doubled by the actor portraying Bill. _____________ EDDIE THE MARVELOUS, WHO WILL SAVE THE WORLD Character Breakdown: 5 (3 F, 2 M) Characters in the straight play: Eddie - M, early 20s. Intense social anxiety. Leaves his house once a month or so, never by choice. A strange, vivid imagination. Volcanic emotions and no way to release them. Louise - F, 40s. Eddie’s (adoptive) mom. Rock music fan and receptionist at a dentist’s office. Desperately worried about Eddie. Postwoman - F, 60s. The postwoman for these zip codes for 33 years. She’s a talker. Jessie - F, 20s. Eddie’s best/only friend. Grew up next door. Just quit the Peace Corps. John - M, 40s/50s. Louise’s boyfriend. An accountant. Nervous, shy, and crazy for Louise. Characters in the rock opera: Eddie the Marvelous (played by actor playing Eddie) - Intergalactic superhero. Superpower: controls time, speeding it up or slowing it down at his whim. Jessie the Bold (played by Jessie) - Eddie the Marvelous’ sidekick. Superpower: telepathy. Commander (played by Louise) - Eddie the Marvelous’ supervisor. No-nonsense. The Diamond (played by John) Supervillain. Plans to invade Earth and destroy it. Postwoman (played by Postwoman) - Herself, but with more of an Obi-Wan flavor


2018 National Agency Convention - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Jean: Female, 60-69, married to Martin. She’s about to retire, and they’re about to execute on their retirement plan. So they have to think about investments, long-term care, estate planning, etc. They’ve always been very involved in the community, so they’re trying to decide if they want to stay in their home town, or sell the house and retire to their second home in a warmer climate. Can they afford to keep both? Can someone help them figure out what the next 20 years are going to look like for them? Principal. Martin: Male, 60-69, married to Jean. He’s retired, and they’re about to execute on their retirement plan. So they have to think about investments, long-term care, estate planning, etc. They’ve always been very involved in the community, so they’re trying to decide if they want to stay in their home town, or sell the house and retire to their second home in a warmer climate. Can they afford to keep both? Can someone help them figure out what the next 20 years are going to look like for them? Donald: Male, 40-59, married to Evelyn. They are recent empty nesters. Their only son Peter has just moved away from home. They’re longstanding, loyal insurance customers who for years never had a reason to look elsewhere. Their relationship with their insurance agent has always been very close, but now their agent has retired and they’ve been assigned to a whole new agency and a whole new team they’re not as familiar with and are not sure they’re as comfortable with. But it’s insurance company, so they’re willing to stick it out, pointing out where their newfound frustrations are in hopes that the situation will keep improving. Principal. Evelyn: Female, 40-59, married to Donald. They are recent empty nesters. Their only son Peter has just moved away from home. They’re longstanding, loyal insurance customers who for years never had a reason to look elsewhere. Their relationship with their insurance agent has always been very close, but now their agent has retired and they’ve been assigned to a whole new agency and a whole new team they’re not as familiar with and are not sure they’re as comfortable with. But they’re willing to stick it out, pointing out where their newfound frustrations are in hopes that the situation will keep improving. Principal. Peter: Male, 20-29, Donald and Evelyn’s son. Young, single and carefree. He’s with his insurance company because his parents are, but now he’s starting to wonder why. It seems to him there are other, hipper companies that might be easier to deal with. After all, all he needs is car insurance, right? He can get that anywhere. And then switch when the price gets too high. Principal. Julie: Female, 30-39, a small business owner. She’s opened a specialty bakery, with a goal of expanding into catering. Right now she has just four employees, one company van, and a lease on a building she’d love to buy. She’s working hard to connect with the community – and finds inspiration from an insurance agent, Shelley, whose office is right next door. Principal. Shelley: Female, 30-49, an insurance agent. Smart, sharp, ambitious. She and Julie bond over the challenges of owning a small business. And Shelley has a lot to share with Julie about staying connected with the community. She also has a lot to share with her about her company’s small business insurance offerings. Principal. Avi: Male, 20-39, newly married to Rachel. They both work full time and are accomplished and ambitious. Right now they’re urban dwellers, living in a rented apartment close to both their workplaces. They are very thoughtful and efficient about managing their time, their energy, their money and their future. They do just about everything online because that’s what they have time for. They’re making big plans about starting a family, providing for that family, buying a house a suburb with a great school system, child care, commuting...all those grownup things that they’re eager to embrace. They’re dreamers, but they’re also planners. Will they be able to afford everything they envision for themselves? Principal. Rachel: Female, 20-35, newly married to Avi. They both work full time and are accomplished and ambitious. Right now they’re urban dwellers, living in a rented apartment close to both their workplaces. They are very thoughtful and efficient about managing their time, their energy, their money and their future. They do just about everything online because that’s what they have time for. They’re making big plans about starting a family, providing for that family, buying a house a suburb with a great school system, child care, commuting...all those grownup things that they’re eager to embrace. They’re dreamers, but they’re also planners. Will they be able to afford everything they envision for themselves? Principal. Abby: Female, 18-29, a young college graduate. She’s into social media like nobody’s business. And she’s not shy about stating her opinions. She’d love to go to graduate school, but she has to find the financial wherewithal to do that. She’s still paying off student loans from her undergraduate work. She hasn’t quite figured out how to monetize her considerable presence on social media. Maybe she’ll have to start actually interacting with live human beings. She shies away from that…until in a community crises she sees how the real human beings of an insurance company can give her something she’ll never find online. By the way, she and Peter have a friendship – but they’ve never met face-to-face, only online. Principal. Garth: Male, 25-45, lives the most connected on-line life ever conceived. He runs an app-driven dog walking service and hosts an on-line computer gaming chat room. He writes three blogs – one political, one about baseball, and one giving tips about on-line commerce. He drives for Uber. He sells used sports equipment on e-bay and clever t-shirts on Etsy. He gets everything in his household from Amazon. Except food, which he orders from Peapod…or from Grubhub if he doesn’t want to cook. In other words, he lives in world where all of his needs are met with a keystroke. Where do you think he looks for his insurance and financial planning needs? Principal Curtis: Male, 24-40, an insurance team member (employee of an agent) who is full of ideas on how to modernize the procedures and processes of his agent’s office. He works for an agent who is a slow adopter of new technologies – and he’s doing everything in his power to bring his boss into the 21st century. And he’s succeeding. He understands the habits, preferences and demands of today’s consumers. Smart, funny and energetic. Principal.


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