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November 28, 2017

ArtsPower Touring Musicals - Non-Union - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Fourscore And Seven Years Ago (Lead): Males & Females, 18-35 Lemuel: African-American male, 20s or early 30s, talks to the audience, open and friendly, works at a general store in Gettysburg, passionate about wanting to join the Union army. Lyric baritone.


Dear Evan Hansen - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Zoe Murphy: Female, 17, a sensitive, sophisticated high school junior; cool without realizing it, Zoe could care less about the status games and popularity rites of high school; funny and bright, she has grown up in the long shadow cast by her volatile older brother, Connor, tyrannized along with the rest of her family by his out-of-control behavior; few rooms are as familiar to her as the inside of a family therapist’s office; Zoe compensates for her brother’s darkness by striving to be warm, nice to everyone, the kind of person who goes out of her way to learn the names of the kids who sit by themselves at lunch; she feels a terrible ambivalence over her brother’s death, finding it difficult to forgive him for all he did, and at the same time forgive that part of herself that feels nothing but relief in the fact that he’s gone. Alana Beck: Female, 17, often prone to melodrama, high school senior Alana has few friends but lacks the self-awareness to understand why; beneath her extroverted demeanor, Alana is in fact haunted by a terrible and abiding loneliness; tired of always being an outsider, Alana seizes the death of a classmate as an opportunity finally to find a sense of belonging. Evan Hansen: Male, 17, smart, sincere, and cripplingly self-conscious, Evan prefers to hover in the background, a supporting player in his own life, too afraid to step forward into the spotlight and risk ridicule or, what might be worse, no one noticing him at all. Connor Murphy: Male, 17, an angry, disaffected loner, Connor has been a troubled kid for as long as anyone can remember, an enigma and a source of endless consternation to his long-suffering parents. Jared Kleinman: Male, 17, droll and sarcastic, Jared is forced by his parents to hang out with family friend Evan, for whom he claims to have nothing but disdain; Jared covers his obvious insecurities with a well-practiced braggadocio and a know-it-all arrogance. Heidi Hansen: Female, 40-49, Evan’s mother; overworked and stretched too thin, Heidi loves her son fiercely, but fears they have begun to grow apart; she is prepared to do anything to repair the damage. Cynthia Murphy: Female, 40-49, Connor and Zoe’s mother; to Evan, she seems to be the perfect mother, nurturing, available, and willing to talk about anything; to her own children, it’s a bit more complicated. Larry Murphy: Male, 40-49, Connor and Zoe’s father; though often tense and taciturn, Larry shows a different face to the world, representing for Evan the dad he always wished for: strong, confident, and more than anything, reliable, someone to be counted on. Female Understudy 1: Female, 40-49, will understudy the roles of Cynthia and Heidi (40’s), Heidi Hansen (40s): Evan’s mother; overworked and stretched too thin, Heidi loves her son fiercely, but fears they have begun to grow apart; whe is prepared to do anything to repair the damage; Cynthia Murphy (40s): Connor and Zoe’s mother; to Evan, she seems to be the perfect mother, nurturing, available, and willing to talk about anything; to her own children, it’s a bit more complicated. Female Understudy 2 and 3: Female, 17, will understudy the roles of Zoe and Alana. (17) Zoe Murphy: (17) a sensitive, sophisticated high school junior; cool without realizing it, Zoe could care less about the status games and popularity rites of high school; funny and bright, she has grown up in the long shadow cast by her volatile older brother, Connor, tyrannized along with the rest of her family by his out-of-control behavior; few rooms are as familiar to her as the inside of a family therapist’s office; Zoe compensates for her brother’s darkness by striving to be warm, nice to everyone, the kind of person who goes out of her way to learn the names of the kids who sit by themselves at lunch; she feels a terrible ambivalence over her brother’s death, finding it difficult to forgive him for all he did, and at the same time forgive that part of herself that feels nothing but relief in the fact that he’s gone; Alana Beck: (17) outgoing, achingly earnest high school senior Alana is always armed with a bright smile and an unflaggingly sunny outlook; beneath her extroverted demeanor, however, Alana is in fact haunted by a terrible and abiding loneliness, a loneliness buried so deeply, Alana may not even realize it’s there; this loneliness is what propels her to seize on the death of a classmate as an opportunity finally to find a sense of belonging. Male Understudy 1: Male, 40-49, will understudy the role of Larry (40’s): Larry Murphy (40s): Connor and Zoe’s father; though often tense and taciturn, Larry shows a different face to the world, representing for Evan the dad he always wished for: strong, confident, and more than anything, reliable, someone to be counted on. Male Understudy 2 & 3: Male, 17, will understudy the roles of Evan, Connor and Jared (17); Evan Hansen (17): smart, sincere, and cripplingly self-conscious, Evan prefers to hover in the background, a supporting player in his own life, too afraid to step forward into the spotlight and risk ridicule or, what might be worse, no one noticing him at all; may also understudy the role of Connor Murphy; Connor Murphy (17): an angry, disaffected loner, Connor has been a troubled kid for as long as anyone can remember, an enigma and a source of endless consternation to his long-suffering parents; Jared Kleinman (17): droll and sarcastic, Jared is forced by his parents to hang out with family friend Evan, for whom he claims to have nothing but disdain; Jared covers his obvious insecurities with a well-practiced braggadocio and a know-it-all arrogance; may also understudy the role of Evan Hansen.


Charlie And The Chocolate Factory - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Willie Wonka: Male, 40-49, the sly, charming, eternally youthful star of the show; lithe, eccentric, and remarkably physical; must have the ability to be filled with boundless energy and be physically light on his feet; has a larger than life persona that can go from charming and comical, to magically mysterious and dark; baritone/tenor voice; principal. Charlie Bucket: Male, 10, boy, about age 10; any ethnicity; sweet, smart, hopeful and loving; a boy with wonderful innocence and vulnerability; honest actor and an excellent singer with a naturally innocent, unchanged voice; principal. Grandpa Joe: Male, 60-69, impish, remarkably physical (dance skills a plus), he is Charlie’s imaginative, fun, kind and loving grandfather; after many years being confined to a bed, his childish energy returns when Charlie finds the Golden Ticket; principal. Mrs. Bucket: Female, 30-39, Charlie’s warm and kind-hearted mother; a worrier; generous and loving; great dancer; a distinctive pop/folk voice; principal. Augustus Gloop: Male, 18+, short, youthful adult male 18+ to play a 9-12 year old boy; any ethnicity; round and full-faced, but rampantly over-active despite his size; speaks with a German accent; excellent singer and comic actor; principal. Mrs. Gloop: Female, 30-49, Augustus’s German, moronic, Wagnerian mother; a huge presence with a huge voice; mirthlessly smiles as though it were affixed to the front of her face; fantastic singer and comedienne; mezzo; principal. Veruca Salt: Female, 18+, short, youthful adult female 18+ to play a 9-12 year old girl; vicious and beautiful; must be an excellent dancer (pointe) and/or gymnast, able to dance not only classical ballet, but also tear herself to shreds; spends the entire show in pointe shoes; comic actress with a character singing/screaming voice; principal. Mr. Salt: Male, 30-49, Veruca’s tall, hilarious, eccentric, distracted, Russian father; finds it impossible to say no, giving in to every ridiculous demand his daughter makes; excellent comic actor with a baritone singing voice; principal. Violet Beauregard: Female, 18+, African American, short, youthful adult female 18+ to play a 9-12 year old girl; African-American; while she’s physically tiny, she has a huge pop/R&B voice and great hip-hop dance skills; confident, forward, and full of attitude; great singer; principal. Mr. Beauregard: Male, 30-49, African American, Violet’s ineffectual father; ignores his back-talking, insult-hurling daughter; great dancer with a soul/pop/R&B voice; beat-boxing skills a plus; principal. Mike Teavee: Male, 18+, short, youthful adult male 18+ to play a 9-12 year old boy; any ethnicity; a fireplug with a ridiculous amount of energy; square, powerful, tiny, and terrifying; a voice that cuts through steel; great tenor singer; principal. Mrs. Teavee: Female, 30-49, she needs amphetamines to get through the day and deal with her outrageous son; tense, extreme, and hilarious; great singer; principal.


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