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October 22, 2018

MacBeth - EPA - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Macbeth: Female, 18+, impetuous, passionate, susceptible to dreams of power and glory, she puts aside all morals in order to fulfill her ambitions. Lady Macbeth: Female, 18+, fiery, nimble and fiercely intelligent; she is a deeply ambitious woman who wants position and power; she falls victim to madness as she cannot handle reality and humanity. Banquo: Female, 18+, Macbeth’s constant and upstanding best friend; she is equally ambitious to Macbeth but does not succumb to the temptations that Macbeth does. Macduff: Female, 18+, the ultimate protagonist, fierce and good hearted; always genuine, and though she is physically imposing, she is easy to empathize with. Witch 1, 2, 3: Female, 18+, superficial and self obsessed without any moral boundaries; they are intimidating and strong, and though they have a fascination of occult, there is nothing gothic about them.


The Great Leap - EPA - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Manford: Male, a 17 year old, Chinese American high school student; he is scrappy, intense; he attacks the rim with a ruthless crossover; he is not tall; more of an Allen Iverson than a Jeremy Lin. Connie: Female, 25, Chinese American, Manford's cousin and UC Berkeley grad student; she is level-headed; she sees the big picture; a Chris Paul/Klay Thompson type. Wen Chang: Male, 43, Chinese, coach of Beijing University's men's basketball team; he is observant and efficient; he favors three pointers over aggressive inside shots; Tim Duncan would appreciate his energy. (his English is formal, but relatively unaccented.) ApplySave Draft Saul: Male, 52, Jewish, coach of University of San Francisco's men's basketball team; he is a shit-talking, shot blocking, washed up Larry Bird.


Tina: The Tina Turner Musical - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Tina Turner: Female, 30s-40s. African American/mixed race. The piece spans through these years of Tina’s life. Known for her distinctive vocal style and performance skills, the story focuses on Tina’s introduction into the music industry with Ike Turner and the years of physical abuse she endured during her marriage to Ike, and also how she transformed her life and rebuilt her career after divorcing him. Seeking a charismatic leading actress with an excellent singing voice and huge amounts of vocal stamina and star quality. Feisty. Must be able to move very well. Principal. Tina Turner Alternate: Female, 30s-40s. African American/mixed race. The piece spans through these years of Tina’s life. Known for her distinctive vocal style and performance skills, the story focuses on Tina’s introduction into the music industry with Ike Turner and the years of physical abuse she endured during her marriage to Ike, and also how she transformed her life and rebuilt her career after divorcing him. Seeking a charismatic leading actress with an excellent singing voice and huge amounts of vocal stamina and star quality. Feisty. Must be able to move very well. Principal. Ike Turner: Male, early 30s. African American/mixed race. Charismatic. A showman. Has a dangerous, vicious streak. Prone to sudden bouts of violence. Manipulative. Often high on drugs. Looking for a hugely experienced leading actor. This is not a big singing role. Principal. Zelma Bullock: Female, 40s-50s. African American/mixed race. Tina’s mother. Had an abusive relationship with Tina’s father. Tough, detached, and cruel. Develops a close relationship with Ike. Finds it difficult to be maternal. Resents Tina and had an estranged relationship with her. Looking for an experienced leading actress with excellent singing voice. Principal. Rhonda Graam: Female, 30-35 years old. Caucasian. Tina’s first manager, confidant, and close friend. Authoritative but caring. Has Tina’s best interests at heart. Rhonda started off as a business manager for the Ike and Tina Turner revue and helped Tina launch a solo career after she left Ike. Looking for an experienced actress with excellent singing voice and good movement skills. Principal. Gran Georgeanna: Female, 60s. African American/mixed race. Tina’s grandmother. A little slower physically but still very sharp. She’s more Tina’s mother than Zelma has ever been. Supportive. Ever-present. Looking for a very strong character actress with excellent singing voice. Principal. Anna Mae Bullock: Female, 10 years old. African American or mixed race. Young Tina Turner. Must have a fantastic singing voice and good acting skills. She must portray childhood and innocence whilst having a big, powerful voice. Principal. Young Alline Bullock: Female, 9 years old. African American or mixed race. Anna-Mae (Tina)’s sister. Must have a good singing voice and good acting skills. Principal. Young Craig: Male, 6-9 years old. African American or mixed race. Tina’s youngest son. Must have a good singing voice and good acting skills. Principal.


A Child's Christmas In Wales - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Male 1: Male, 20-29, plays Young Dylan and various townspeople; tenor. Male 2: Male, 30-49, plays Father various family and townspeople; baritone. Male 3: Male, 30-59, plays various family and townspeople; baritone. Female 1: Female, 20-39, plays various family and townspeople; soprano. Female 2: Female, 30-59, plays Mother and various family and townspeople; alto/mezzo.


Lyric Theatre Of Oklahoma 2019 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:“Curious George” Curious George: Male – a lovable, innocent monkey that always seems to get into trouble. Curious, and often this curiosity gets him into situations that he has to figure a way out. Seeking actors with strong physical acting abilities. Dancing, mime, juggling, and acrobatics are a plus. A Note about Curious George: Curious George never speaks, but “chitters.” Chitters are vocalized sounds that convey intentions and sentiment of words, in close to the same number of syllables as are scripted, with the right acting inflection, without actually saying the words. If you start with the words on the page, remove the consonants, and in a higher, youthful voice, click the sound a bit toward “monkey” and away from “human” (raising the back of the tongue a bit), you’ll find the right “chitter.” We strongly recommend the actor familiarize themselves with George’s “chittering” and personality by watching the Curious George animated series which is available online. Man In The Yellow Hat: Male – Bari Tenor – a kind, loving person who has a very nurturing relationship with George. Their relationship is positive and supportive. Must believably portray an adult/mentor figure in comparison to George. Chef Pisghetti: – Male (Italian Accent) – High Baritone – a kind, well intentioned Italian Chef who knows how to make great meatballs! Loves cooking and committed to providing the highest quality dining experience. A great friend to George. Phinneas: Male – Tenor – a fast-talking salesperson who has invented a meatball making machine. Netti: Female (Italian Accent) – Soprano Belt – Netti is Chef Pisghetti’s trusty assistant chef. Warm, generous, and a dutiful assistant to the Chef. Doorman: Female – Alto Belt – a doorperson at an apartment building on N Avenue. Always willing to help in any situation, and get very involved in helping George to succeed at winning the meatball contest. All actors, except the actor playing ‘George,’ will also play Cooks, Painters, Delivery People, etc. Seeking an engaging and playful actors to play various roles. Must be able to play various extremes with a quick turnover. Strong comedic timing is a must. ___________________ “Girlfriend” We are seeking diverse male actor to play one role in this two man show. Mike: Pop/rock tenor. 18+ to play 18. Must believably play a high school senior in the 1990’s. The quintessential jock. At times quiet and reserved. Just coming to terms with his sexuality. Plays guitar. With Will, he discovers himself and what it means to be in love for the first time. Should be able to move well. Must be comfortable with moments of intimacy with the same sex. Will: Cast. Actors do not need to sing a song from the show, just something in the style of Matthew Sweet. Must play the guitar, while singing or separately. _________________ “Bright Star” Bright Staris set in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina in the 1920’s and 1940’s. The singing in Bright Star is in the folk and bluegrass style and calls for strong, natural sounding voices. (there is no “big Broadway” or pop “power belting” in this show.) Alice Murphy: Cast. Billy Cane: male, 22, Tenor (C3-A4). A soldier returning home from WWII. An aspiring young writer. Fresh, open, optimistic, charming and a little naïve. Jimmy Ray Dobbs: male, 30-35, Tenor (C3-A4). Handsome, boyishly charming, well built and intelligent; from a family of wealth and power and is being groomed by his father for a similar future in the family business. An independent thinker who is not afraid to stand up to his father for what he believes in. He has a sense of personal responsibility and morality as well as a deep reserve of passion and emotion. Mayor Josiah Dobbs: male, Late 50s-mid 60s, Baritone (A2-G4). The Mayor of Zebulon. A political and financial powerbroker—distinguished, even elegant, an imposing and controlling presence. Has a genuine interest in protecting his son’s future and his family name, but in doing so, is ultimately pushed to a point of extreme and irrevocable cruelty. Margo Crawford: female, 22, Soprano (B3-F#5). A small town bookstore owner-a childhood friend of Billy’s who now harbors romantic feelings towards him. A natural beauty with a keen intellect Daddy Murphy: male, late 50s-mid 60s, Baritone (A2-G4). Alice’s father. An authoritative and a stern disciplinarian. Devoutly religious, hardworking, a poor but proud farmer. Mama Murphy: female, 50s-early 60s, Mezzo Soprano (G3-C5). Alice’s mother. A caretaker to her family and her rural community. A warm, loving, sensible woman. Hardworking, with great inner strength and compassion. Daddy Cane: male, 60-65, Tenor (C3-A4). Billy’s father. A widower. Spry, good looking. Kind hearted, if a bit lonely. Daryl Ames: male, late 20s to late 30s, Bari-tenor (C3-E4). An assistant at a literary magazine. Funny, with a dry and officious sense of humor. Insecure, and perhaps a bit socially awkward, but endearing and innately likeable. (Some character singing required but not a major singing role. Should be able to move well.) Lucy Grant: female, 20s to 30, Soprano (A3-D5). A junior editor at a literary magazine. An ambitious, professional young “modern” career woman of the 1940’s. Sexy, forthright and provocative with a sharp sense of humor. Must be able to vocally carry a big up-tempo “foot stopping” drinking song and dance/move very well. _________________ “Singin’ In The Rain” Don Lockwood: Male, 35-45, (G2-Ab4). A suave charismatic Hollywood actor and dancer. Cosmo's best friendand Lina's regular co-star. Cosmo Brown: Male, 35-45, (C3-Ab4). A wacky and playful on-set pianist for silent films. Don’s best friend and former dance partner. Kathy Selden: Female, 25-30, (G3 - F5). An earnest, talented actress with whit and charm. She falls in love with Don and performs as Lina's speaking and singing voice. Lina Lamont: Female, 30-35, (C4-Eb5). A slow-witted silent film diva with a big personality and a harshly unpleasant voice. She is Don's regular co-star. Zelda Zanders: Female, 30-40, Spoken. A flapper socialite and actress on her ninth marriage, she is Lina's friend and informant. R.F. Simpson: Male, 50’s-60’s, Spoken. A successful, magnanimous, film producer. He leads the other characters in creating a new movie musical. Roscoe Dexter: Male, 30’s-50’s, Spoken. A famous film director with theatrical mannerisms and tendencies. Frequently frazzled and works with Lina and Don. Rod: Male, 30’s to 40’s, Spoken. An excitable film agent bordering on manic. He works for Simpson. Production Ssinger Male, 25-40, (C#3-G#4). The lead tenor in Monumental Pictures' first movie musical. Miss Dinsmore: Female, 40’s-50’s, Spoken. Lina's vocal coach. She is the "mother hen" type with caring affection for the younger performers. ________________ “Newsies” Jack Kelly: Male, 16-23, (Bb2-A4). The charismatic leader of the Manhattan newsies, is an orphaned dreamer and artist who yearns to get out of the crowded streets of New York and make a better life for himself out West. Fiercely protective of his best friend, Crutchie, and strongly loyal, Jack isn’t afraid to use his voice to attain better conditions for the working kids of New York City. Though living on the streets has given him a tough-guy exterior, Jack has a big heart and can demonstrate a sweet vulnerability – especially when it comes to bantering with a certain female reporter. Must have a great pop tenor voice and sense of physicality. Crutchie: Male, 13-17, (C3-A4) A dedicated newsie with a bum leg that’s painful, but helps sell more papers. Though he walks with the assistance of a crutch, Crutchie doesn’t let it define him; when in a jam, Jack Kelly’s best friend relies on a goofy- sweet sense of humor and optimistic resilience. Crutchie is the heart of the resistance. Though his movement will suggest his bum leg, Crutchie should still be included in the dance numbers. Davey: Male, 15-23, (D3-A4) Les’s straight-laced, bright big brother starts selling newspapers to help his family earn a living, but becomes swept up in the fervor of the strike. A leader in his own right who is learning to use his voice to uplift others, Davey is the brains of the resistance. Katherine Plumer: Female, 17-23, (A3-F5). An ambitious young reporter, works hard to make a name for herself as a legitimate journalist in a time when women aren’t taken seriously. Quick, funny, and resourceful, she boldly captures the voice of a new generation rising in her coverage of the newsies’ strike. While she generally has no time for cocky, streetwise young men, she makes an exception for Jack Kelly. Though she only has a brief dance solo in “King of New York,” Katherine should have a great contemporary pop voice with a high belt – diction is key. Joseph Pulitzer: Male, 35-50, (C3-F4).A pompous businessman through and through, owns the World and is concerned solely with the bottom line. Katherine’s no-nonsense father, Pulitzer doesn’t sympathize with the strikers, but he does eventually – and grudgingly – respect Jack. Medda Larkin: Female, 25-45, (F3-E5) Inspired by vaudeville performer Aida Overton Walker, this big-voiced saloon singer and star of the Bowery offers her theater as a safe haven for the newsies. An astute entertainer with great comic delivery, she’s a good friend to Jack and stands firmly behind the newsies in their fight for justice. __________________ “Titanic” Thomas Andrews: Male, late 30’s , (A2-G4). Designer of the Titanic, a very level-headed but passionate man; Northern Irish/English RP accent. J. Bruce Ismay: Male, late 40’s (A2- G4), Upper-class ruthless man who stops at nothing to get his own way; English RP accent. E.J. Captain Smith: Male, 50’s-60’s (Bb2- F4). Captain of the Titanic, a white-haired man with strong morals, near to retirement. Has a wealth of experience; English RP accent. Murdoch: Male, 30’s-40’s (B2-F#4). First officer, doubles as 2nd Class Passenger, a Scotsman, 39. Harold Bride: Male, Late teens-20’s, (C3-G4). The radioman on board, a sweet man. English RP accent. Frederick Barrett: Male, Late 20’s-30’s (G2-G4). The stoker, and devoted to his girlfriend back home; English Midlands accent. Frederick Fleet: Male, Mid 20’s-30’s (C3-G4). Lookout; doubles as 1st-Class Passenger & 2nd-Class Passenger/ Henry Etches: Male, 30’s-40’s (B2-G4). Senior 1st-Class Steward; doubles as 3rd-Class Steward; 50. Joseph Bell: Male, 30’s-50’s.Tenor. Chief engineer, doubles as bandmaster Wallace Hartley & 3rd-Class Passenger. English accent. Isidor Straus: Male. 60’s. (F2-F4) 1st-Class Passenger, Jewish, with a German Accent; doubles as 3rd-Class Passenger. Ida Straus: Female, 60’s (G3-D5) 1st-Class Passenger, Jewish, with a German Accent; doubles as 3rd-Class Passenger. Alice Beane: Female, 40’s-50’s (G3-F5) 2nd-Class Passenger, American accent. Edgar Beane: Male, 40’s-50’s (G2-D4) 2nd-Class passenger, husband of Alice. Charles Clark: Male, 20’s-30’s (B2-F#4) 2nd-Class Passenger, Young, and British accent. Caroline Neville: Female, 20’s-30’s (A3-C6). 2nd-Class Passenger, Young, and British accent. Kate McGowan: Female, 18-25, A feisty strong girl, 3rd-Class passenger. Northern Irish accent. Jim Farrell: Male, 20’s-30’s (B2-F#4). A young Irishman, 3rd-Class Passenger. ___________________ “Frost/Nixon” David Frost: Cast. Richard Nixon: Cast. John Bird: Male, David Frost’s producer and friend. Bob Zelnick: Male, One of the investigators Frost hires. James Reston Jr.: Male, One of the investigators Frost hires. Irving Paul Lazar: Male, A famous talent agent. James Brennan: Male, A former marine who assisted Nixon. Caroline Cushing: Female, Ex-wife of a wealthy socialite. Mike Wallace: Male, a famous American journalist. _______________ “The Rocky Horror Show” Brad: Male, 26-35 (Range: Bari Tenor, Bb2-G4) Quirky, but very much in love with his fiancé, Janet. Overly optimistic at times. Janet: Female, 26-35 (Range: Mezzo Soprano Belt, A3-Eb5) Good girl who is madly in love with Brad. Always seems to be frightened of something. Keeps losing more of her clothes throughout the story. Emotionally weak and caves into pressure easily. Narrator: Male, Age Flexible (Range: Non-Singing Role) Follows our two hero’s through the story by narrating directly to the audience. Riff Raff: Male, 25-40 (Range: High Rock Tenor, D3-B4)Creepy man resembling more of a zombie. Often makes harmless conversation seem awkward and foreboding. One of Frank’s servants. Columbia: Female, Age Flexible (Range: Mezzo Soprano Belt, E4-E5) One of Frank’s servants. Usherette/Magenta: Female, Age Flexible (Range: Mezzo Soprano Belt, Bb3-Eb5) One of Frank’s servants. Frank 'N' Furter: Male Transvestite, 30-45 (Range: Baritone, D3-G4) Master of the castle. Welcomes Janet and Brad with open arms. Obsessed with creating a man to be part of his sexual entourage. Master of seduction. Rocky: Male 18-30 (Range: Tenor, A3-G4) Frank’s magnificent creation. Sexually appealing with prominent muscles. Eddie/Dr. Scott: Male, 28-40 (Range: Baritone, E3-F#4) Eddie, delivery man, “went to pieces.” Misses the rock and role of life. Comes back to life only to die after his solo. Scott is Eddie’s Uncle. _________________ “A Christmas Carol” (Rehearsals begin Nov. 18, 2019; runs Nov. 29-Dec. 24, 2019)  Scrooge: Male, 60’s, hates the world, frosty, miserly. Uncaring, love of money and little else. Disdainful. Also able to play high jollity and care. He slowly reveals the inner Scrooge as he understands what he has missing in his life. A man fighting with change. Belle: 20s. Scrooge’s fiancée who gets left behind because of his obsession with money. A woman ahead of her time, Belle is fiercely idealistic. There is a sadness about her; she holds people to high standards and, predictably, ends up horribly disappointed with Scrooge. Bob Cratchit: 30s-40s. Scrooge’s clerk, a family man. Scrooge has worked Cratchit to the bone, but his joy for life and affection for his family remain untouched. Despite his difficult existence, he is still filled with hope and humor. Though he worries about how to put food on the table, he somehow always finds a way to provide treats for his children. He is shattered when Tiny Tim dies and try as he might, his sorrow is impossible to hide from his other children. Mr. Fezziwig: 20’s-50s. Young Scrooge and Marley’s boss, generous (to a fault) and expansive and giddily in love with his wife. Fezziwig is a kind hearted and jolly man, but not a fool. He has great integrity and refuses to sell out to Scrooge and Marley.


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