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January 4, 2018

The Who's Tommy - ECC - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Singers & Dancers: 18+, Varied types with fantastic rock voices. Will portray various characters in the ensemble with possible features. Note: This is primarily a singing show. All ensemble members must be great singers.


The Who's Tommy - ECC - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Singers & Dancers: 18+, Varied types with fantastic rock voices. Will portray various characters in the ensemble with possible features. Note: This is primarily a singing show. All ensemble members must be great singers.


RENT - Non-Union - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Roger (Lead): Male, 18+, any ethnicity, male, 20s to early 30s. Rock & roll grunge voice, like Eddie Vedder or Kurt Cobain; leader of a rock band; he is able to project raw pain with charisma. Playing guitar a plus. Strong tenor. Mark (Lead): Male, 18+, Caucasian, male, 20s to early 30s. Baritone/second tenor; underfunded, underground filmmaker, he has turned his back on his affluent upbringing; likable, if occasionally high-strung, he is almost the narrator of the show. Collins (Lead): Male, 18+, African-American, male, mid 20s to mid 30s. Low baritone, bluesy, gravelly voice; philosopher, teacher, anarchist, AIDS activist. Sing a huge emotional gospel-style ballad. Benny (Lead): Male, 18+, African-American, Latin, or Asian, male, 20s to early 30s. Baritone/second tenor, can handle pop ballads; a striver, up from the projects to the Ivy League, wants to be the next Quincy Jones; slick and cocky, a smooth operator. Angel (Lead): Male, 18+, African-American, Latin, or Asian, male, late teens to early 30s. High tenor with falsetto. Actor must be willing to play drag; a fun guy with lots of style; extremely warm, lovable, and nurturing. Playing drums a plus. Interested in seeing transgender actors. Ensemble & Swings (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 18+, all ethnicities, all genders, 20s to 30s. Must be great pop/rock singers and actors to play various characters throughout the show, including homeless people on the Lower East Side and parents of Mark, Roger, Mimi, Joanne, etc.; must move well; seeking quirky, offbeat, interesting people of all types. Most will cover principal roles.


APPOINTMENTS - The Sting - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Male Partial Swing (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 25-40, Seeking an excellent African American tap dancer/singer to play denizens of Joliet and Chicago, IL in the depression including bodyguards, gamblers and grifters. Tap & Jazz dancing. Looking for a thrilling voice that is both comfortable in an ensemble blend, but also able to step out and cover solo material. Must be non-Equity or EMC. Female Partial Swing (Chorus / Ensemble): Female, 20-40, Seeking an excellent African American tap dancer/singer to play denizens of Joliet and Chicago, IL in the depression including chorus girls, gamblers and grifters. Tap & Jazz dancing. Looking for a thrilling voice that is both comfortable in an ensemble blend, but also able to step out and cover solo material. Must be non-Equity or EMC.


Soul Doctor - ECC - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Shlomo Carlebach: Male, 35-55, baritone. Strong actor with a warm personality and charisma who sings well and plays guitar. A modern-day troubadour, he ignited the spirit of millions around the world with his soul-stirring melodies, transformative storytelling, and boundless love. "Soul Doctor" takes us on a musical odyssey through the challenges and triumphs of this cultural phenomenon: his childhood escape from Nazi Germany, becoming a rabbinical prodigy in America; his unlikely friendship with Nina Simone, discovering gospel and soul music; his meteoric rise as a rock star rabbi in the 1960s, performing with Bob Dylan, Jefferson Airplane, and The Grateful Dead; especially his struggle to reconcile for himself and his conservative father, his deep traditional roots, with his desire to reach people of all backgrounds in the free-love generation; and his personal conflicts trying to keep his family together while traversing the globe as a Soul Doctor, bringing joy and song to the lonely, the searching and the brokenhearted. Shlomo’s Father: Male, 50-65, baritone/tenor. Dignified, cultured Viennese Orthodox rabbi. Learned, urbane, erudite, and kind. He was the chief rabbi of Vienna before having to flee the Nazis. Nina Simone: Female, 20-35, African American, African Descent, killer soul singer. Deeply soulful and insightful, with an edge and attitude. Smart, super talented jazz/soul singer/pianist. Strong center. Somewhat angry about how hard it is for a young black woman to make it, but too spiritually connected to be really bitter. At her core, there is joy. Ideally plays piano well. Must have excellent comic timing. Male & Female Dancers (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 18+ Male & Female Singers (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 18+


Cinderella, the Musical - Non-Union - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Cinderella (Lead): Female, 18-30, real name: Madeline; the kind yet naive heroine; she comes from a sheltered background, and is overwhelmed once Madame (the Stepmother) and her two children arrive and begin changing her world. She is subtly beautiful--the kind of girl who is surprisingly overlooked until you dig deeper. Mezzo soprano. Charlotte (Supporting): Female, 18-30, one of Madeline’s' step-sisters; she's slightly plump, ditzy, and girly, with a shrill laugh but a fragile ego; she's very attractive but has insecurities about her appearance. Alto. Bernice (Supporting): Female, 18-30, one of Madeline's step-sisters; she is tough and crafty, with a rude attitude; she is older than Charlotte, and defensive of her; she's very attractive, but is prone to jealousy. Soprano. Giselle (Lead): Female, 25-50, a pleasant and kind woman with a strong backbone, she is nonetheless unwilling to take crap from anyone; she is very protective of Cinderella/Madeline and is secretly her fairy godmother. Mezzo-soprano. Nadine/Ned (Supporting): Males & Females, 18-40, Giselle’s' clueless helper, and the only member of the staff not fired upon the Madam's arrival; a bit cuckoo, but otherwise kind and helpful; secretly a chicken. Role is gender-neutral. Open vocal range. The Prince (Lead): Male, 18-30, handsome and youthful, but uninterested in most royal matters; he is nonetheless courteous and polite to all he meets. Baritone. Francois (Supporting): Male, 18-50, the prince’s high strung page who thinks of him like a surrogate son and desperately wants to see him married off. Tenor.


SUBMISSIONS - Mangled Beams - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Becky Sharpe: Native American, mid- to late 20s. Not confident at first; she’s a caretaker, although she resents taking care of her mother because it keeps her on the reservation and away from Greg; she’s girlish, cute, and sweet, not a whiner; she loves and is in awe of Greg and his sense of purpose; however, deep down, she longs for independence; she develops goals of her own as her inner strength blossoms. She is Brad’s niece, Greg’s girlfriend, and has a history and chemistry with Dave. She enjoys Jess. Greg Linden: Native American, mid- to late 20s. He’s an ambitious, charismatic, tactful, would-be politician; he’s profoundly embarrassed by and hides his connection to his father’s smuggling business although deep down he loves his father; receiving recognition and respect and the resulting power they engender are most important to him; he sincerely believes that his agenda is really about promoting his fellow Native Americans; he is not trusting of others; he’s Becky’s boyfriend. Dave Martin: Native American, mid- to late 20s. He’s a sexy “bad boy” with a sensitive, artistic soul, who has a real love for Becky; unfortunately, he has gotten into legal trouble by becoming involved with cigarette smugglers--most notably Greg’s father, Joe Linden; he longs for stability and wants to prove himself to his brother, Brad, and his ex-girlfriend, Becky; above all, he wants to create art and express himself through it. Brad Martin: Native American, late 30 to early 40s. He’s a lifelong ironworker, born leader, and mentor to younger workers but he is suffering from an addiction to alcohol; he’s desperate for a job which will mean economic stability and increase his self-esteem--bringing love and respect back into his life; he’s estranged from his family, lonely and depressed but engaged in life (not withdrawn). In the past he might have been a football hero. Ultimately, his leadership skills begin to show and his commitment to his native way of life guide him. He’s Becky’s uncle, Dave’s older brother, and Fern’s estranged husband. Jess Monroe: Native American, late 30 to early 40s. He’s a man of many careers--ironwork, smuggling, and whatever seems practical and easy at the time; he’s smart, playful, lazy, humorous, and enjoys himself, even though he’s philosophically cynical and pessimistic; he’s the traditionally native “trickster/coyote”--wise and foolish, dangerous and benevolent, who tweaks people to see what they’ll do. Sal Perillo: Italian American, late 30s to early 40s. He’s an overweight, perennially unlucky union foreman; he has a chip on his shoulder and is very frustrated about Native American workers “stealing” work from his fellow Italian American ironworkers; although he is blunt and crude, he’s not intentionally malicious; he’s not above taking a bribe; his tough façade hides an emotional, insecure man. Fern Martin: Native American, 40s. Brad’s estranged wife, Becky’s aunt; lives mostly on the reservation with her children who are 10 and 12 but lives in NYC (at a friend’s) a couple of days per week when she works at WBAI radio station; she’s dignified and responsible--to her community civic duties and her family, whom she loves above all else; she’s frustrated by Brad’s alcoholism but loves him. Joe Linden: Native American, 50s, Greg’s father, head of a successful smuggling operation between Canada and the U.S. over the St. Laurence River. The reservation spans both sides of the river; smuggling is well-known and somewhat acceptable as a way for natives to make a living and remain on the reservation; Joe is crafty but not greedy or vicious; he’s amoral but not a thug; he wants Greg to succeed but really has no interests in common with his son; he prefers Dave, with whom he can fish and hunt.


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