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April 4, 2019

Sesame Street Live! - Non-Union - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Singers Who Move Well (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 18-35, youthful male and female vocalists who move well with an urban style. Dancers/Characters/Puppeteers (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 18-35, male and female dancers, character performers, and puppeteers. Puppetry experience with hand/rod puppets and "mech" heads is a plus.


Le Rêve--The Dream - Open
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Region: Central

Seeking:Male and Female Acrobats/ Gymnasts (Supporting): Males & Females, 18-30, must have very strong gymnastic/acrobatic skills, for full-time employment; good movement a plus, and must be able to swim.


Annie Get Your Gun - ECC - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Ensemble Singers: Males & Females, 18+, a diverse group of ensemble singers, comprised of unique personalities and types to play various roles in the ensemble. Special talents for members of the ensemble include acrobatics, clowning, rope twirlers, guitar pickers, gymnasts and tumblers, mandolin or fiddle players, Indian hoop dancers, and whistlers. All voice types needed. Note any musical instruments would be willing to play on stage. Dance Ensemble: Males & Females, 18+, a diverse group of ensemble dancers, comprised of unique personalities and types. Knowledge of musical theater style dance necessary. Any circus skills, juggling, rope tricks guitar, fiddle or mandolin playing a plus. Must be able to contribute competently to a vocal ensemble.


King Kong - ECC - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Equity Singers: 18-39, a company of diverse, energetic and hot-blooded chameleon: in the daylight they should represent the vibrant multicultural fabric of modern day New York but at night they become the eerie creatures of Skull Island and the tireless Sailors that battle a brutal sea voyage. Must be excellent dancers and singers. Characters ages 20s/30s. May also cover principal roles listed in the breakdown. Equity Dancers: 18+, a company of diverse, energetic and hot blooded chameleon: in the daylight they should represent the vibrant multicultural fabric of modern day New York but at night they become the eerie creatures of Skull Island and the tireless Sailors that battle a brutal sea voyage. Must be excellent dancers and singers. Characters are ages 20/40s. Ensemble will include King's Company, 20s-30s, highly athletic, performers who are members of the ensemble and work to bring to life the enormous King Kong puppet. Experience with circus, puppetry, acrobatics , or stunt work is a plus. The Kings Company will need to work as a unified ensemble in order to collectively animate King Kong. They will also perform in various scenes and musical numbers within the show.


Rock of Ages - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Drew Dillenbeck: Male, 18+, a young (20’s), handsome rocker. He has great comedic timing and a strong rock tenor. Drew desperately wants to be a rocker, but works as a bar back at the famous “Rock of Ages” club on the Sunset Strip until his dreams, however unrealistic, come true. Rock tenor: E below middle C to high D (scream even higher to Ab); PRINCIPAL. Sherrie Christian: Female, 18+, a young, (20’s), Caucasian girl who has left her Midwestern family to pursue stardom in Los Angeles. She is innocent, naïve with great comedic timing. She has a strong rock vocal and terrific movement. Belt: E below middle C to F (belt/mix); PRINCIPAL. Lonny Barnett: Male, 18+, a middle-aged guy with very strong comedic timing and a commanding but comically strong rock vocal. Our narrator, he has a slightly unflattering appearance but doesn’t see it. Rock tenor: F below middle C to high D; PRINCIPAL. Note: Offer Out/Pending. Dennis Dupree: Male, 18+, an older (40’s) guy who runs the famous “Rock of Ages” club on the Sunset Strip. He is caught between a rock and a hard place when German business men pressure him to sell his club. He is possibly heavyset, with very strong comedic timing. Rock bari: A below middle C to A; PRINCIPAL. Note: Offer Out/Pending. Stacee Jaxx/Father (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 18+, a Rock Star; middle-aged, very sexy. He is at the top of his game and just left his very successful metal rock band to venture out on his own. He has very strong comedic timing and a strong rock voice. Arrogant and charming, his life is a merry-go-round of good old sex, drugs and rock-n-roll. This actor will also play Sherrie’s father. Rock tenor w/ bari range: C below middle C to high C; PRINCIPAL. Note: Offer Out/Pending. Justice Charlier/Mother: Female, 18+, an older (40-50) commanding African-American woman who runs the strip club where Sherrie ends up when the going gets rough. She is sultry, maternal, and a sexy madam with strong vocals and belt. This actress will also play Sherrie’s mother. Alto: G below middle C to Db; PRINCIPAL. Hertz Klinemann: Male, 18+, an uptight, older (40-60) German business man who is looking to take over Sunset Strip. He is our villain and needs to have a commanding presence with strong comedic timing and vocals. He needs to have a good German accent. Baritone: F below middle C to A; PRINCIPAL. Franz Klinemann: Male, 18+, a young (20-30’s) foppish German who is pressured by his father to work for his business. He is small, shy with good vocals and strong comedic timing. High baritone: B below middle C to A; PRINCIPAL. Regina: Female, 18+, a granola girl (20-40’s) who has strong comedic timing. She is a hilarious, treehugging fighter who will stop at nothing to protect the Sunset Strip. Belt: A below middle C to Eb; PRINCIPAL. Note: Offer Out/Pending.


Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida - Non-Union - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Ensemble (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 18-30, male dancer-singers. All ethnicities. Seeking strong dancers for vigorously physical choreography and singers who are comfortable singing harmony. Ensemble plays various roles in show.


Weston Playhouse 2019 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:"The Fantasticks" El Gallo: The captivating, mysterious narrator. El Gallo charms, seduces, delights, and frightens in equal measure. A strong ability to talk to and connect with an audience. Male, 30s, any ethnicity. Luisa: A youthful, idealistic girl, Luisa leads with her heart. Warm and smart, but also a daydreamer. She matures into a young woman who discovers what it means to keep and nurture love. Early 20’s to play late teens (16, in the text) any ethnicity. Matt: A bright, energetic young man with a passionate, romantic nature. Matt longs for adventure and falls in love with Luisa only to be pulled away by his desire to see the world. Early 20s (nearly 20 in the text) any ethnicity. Bellomy: Father of Luisa. A peculiar, fastidious, and upright button salesman and a dear friend to Hucklebee. Bellomy treasures his daughter and plants his vegetables in perfect rows. Felix Unger. 40s-60s, any ethnicity. Hucklebee: Father of Matt. A boisterous, gregarious neighbor and dear friend to Bellomy. His flower garden and his son’s future are his passions. Oscar Madison. 40s-60s, any ethnicity. Henry: A once-famous actor with a penchant for melodrama and a love for the grand gesture. He loves nothing so much as the spotlight. Hired by El Gallo, he assists with the abduction and later guides Matt on an ill-fated world tour. Male, over 60, any ethnicity. Mortimer: A clown. An amateur actor who knows little of his art except how to die. He assists Henry and El Gallo in the abduction. Male, young or old, any ethnicity. The Mute: A non-speaking actor, the foil to El Gallo, and an anarchic spirit. The mute has a strong connection to the audience. Must have strong movement skills.Teens-30s. Any ethnicity, any gender, trans, gender non-conforming, or non-binary actor’s are highly encouraged to attend. ____________________ "Oklahoma! " Aunt Eller: female, and ethnicity, 40’s-early 50’s, The town’s caregiver and strong-willed matriarch. A fierce, no-nonsense determination and grit ground her from the storms of life as well a wicked sense of humor, warm heart, and large and ebullient personality. Laurey: female, any ethnicity, 20’s, A young woman living on a ranch but dreaming of more. While often seen as just the object of two men’s affection, Laurey has a burgeoning sense of self and is on an exciting journey of empowerment. She is smart, funny, and hopeful, and full of grit at times masked by innocence. Curly: male, any ethnicity, 20’s, A confident dreamer with a passion for life and a fervent desire for more than his current world affords him. A heartfelt romantic with swagger, Curly knows how to use his charms to his advantage in love and life. Jud Fry: male, any ethnicity, 20’s, A misunderstood and cast-away ranch-hand whose heart of gold is masked by a dark personality and brooding swagger. He is a hard worker, passionate, and longing for the love of others and himself. Ado Annie: female, any ethnicity, 20’s-early 30’s, A larger than life, lovable lover of romance and the chase, Ado Annie has a strong sense of self and her charms. Her heart is in the right place, but sometimes she doesn’t know where that is. Funny, but heartfelt and genuine at her core. Will Parker: male, any ethnicity, 20’s-early 30’s, A cowboy with swagger and a zest for life, Will loves the thrill of the chase, but may love being in love even more. He may not be the brightest needle in the haystack, but his big heart, charming personality, and genuine positivity make him a winner anyway. Ali Hakim: male, any ethnicity, 20’s-early 30’s, Ali is a traveling peddler with a strong sense of business and even stronger love of pretty things and pretty women. He knows how to get what he wants until he doesn’t want it anymore, but his charm and sense of humor belie that potential flaw. Andrew Carnes: male, any ethnicity, 50’s, Ado Annie’s protective father with a heart of gold and a touch of sass. A proud rancher and family man with a heart of gold until you cross him and his own. ___________________ "Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf" Martha: (This role is cast) George: 40s, male, any ethnicity, describes himself as a bog who sort of fades into backgrounds. Honey: 20s, female, any ethnicity, a mousey approach to this unexpected late night. Nick: 20s, male, any ethnicity, a scientist, sexual, seen by George as being the future, for better or worse. =============== "Always…Patsy Cline" Patsy Cline: The legendary country music vocalist known for her bold, expressive voice. Effervescent, thoughtful, and magnetic, PATSY sings over 20 of her greatest hits throughout the evening. Age 20-30. Louise Seger: A Texas housewife turned impromptu business manager. She is strong-willed, sharp, and an engaging story teller. LOUISE is our guide, frequently interacting with the audience and ad-libbing. Age 30-60. Any Ethnicity _____________ "Indecent" Lemmel: Male, 30s-50s. A tailor who grows into the leader of the Yiddish Art Theatre of Lodz troupe. He experiences the terrible and the good that the world has to offer, but never gives in to cynicism; maintaining his belief in the transformative power of performance, even in the Nazi-controlled ghetto where his troupe performs. Chana, The Ingenue: Female, 20s-30s. Magda - Asch’s wife, she has a mind for literature and an great depth of feeling. Ruth - in love with Dorothee, a Jewish actor living in Greenwich Village, and cast as Rivkele in the New York premiere of Asch’s play, she does not speak English well. A defender of her heritage. Virginia - An American ingénue who replaces Ruth as Rivkele in the New York production, eager to please and to shock her parents by playing a lesbian on stage. Avram, The Ingenue: Male, 20s-30s. Young Asch - a brilliant Polish Jewish playwright, hungry, passionate, thirsty for change. John Rosen - a Connecticut-born Jewish idealist, he has written a new translation of Asch’s manuscript and wishes to revive the play for a new generation. Driven, excitable, he will stop at nothing to see that his cultural heritage lives on in glory. Halina, The Middle: Female, 20s-40s. Freida - a German actor, frank, sophisticated, she plays Manke in the Berlin production of Asch’s play. Dorothee - in love with Ruth, a Jewish actor in Greenwich Village, cast as Manke in the New York premiere of Asch’s play, passionate, sensitive, she wants to be at home American culture. Mendel, The Middle: Male, 20s-40s. Nakhmen- a Jewish man and active member of the Polish Yiddish literary salon, Lemml’s cousin. Harry Weinberger - proud, but careful Producer at the Greenwich Theatre, he censors the play to appease the audience against the troops’ wishes. Vera, The Elder: Female, 50s-60s. Mrs. Peretz - wife of I.L. Peretz, smart, strong, lacks patience for upstart young writers. Esther - plays Sarah in the New York production of Asch’s play. Professional, seasoned, she’s good at what she does and is frustrated by those that are not yet on her level. Otto, The Elder: Male, 50s-60s. Older Asch - late in life, Sholem has withdrawn from public life and become cynical and bitter. Peretz - Leader of the Polish Yiddish literary salon, traditional, uppercrust.


Dallas Theater Center 2019-20 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Region: Central

Seeking:"In The Heights"  LORT B Available Roles: Usnavi De La Vega, owner of De La Vega Bodega, Latino Kevin Rosario, Nina’s father, owner of Rosario’s Car Service, Latino Camila Rosario, Nina’s mother, co-owner of Rosario’s, Latina Benny, employee of Rosario’s, African-American Vanessa, works at the salon, Latina Abuela Claudia, raised Usnavi, though not his blood grandmother, Latina Daniela, owner of Daniela’s Salon, Latina Carla, works at the salon, Latina Graffiti Pete, an artist Piragüero (Piragua Guy), scrapes piraguas from his block of ice, Latino ___________________ "A Christmas Carol" LORT B Available roles: Bob Cratchit/Ensemble Scrooge Ghost of Christmas Present/Ensemble Business Person 1/Ensemble Business Person 2/Ensemble Fred (Scrooge's Nephew)/Ensemble Jacob Marley/ Old Joe/Ensemble Topper/Ensemble Lucy, Fred's wife/Ensemble ______________________ "Little Women"  LORT C Available roles: Jo March: the second-to-oldest March. Does not fit comfortably within the given * parameters of her given gender role. A deep fire within her. Extremely ambitious and frustrated by the distance between where she is - and where she wants to be. Impatient. Wants to change the world. Very smart and knows it. A mix of insecurity and aspiration. Boyish and rough-and-tumble. Sometimes antagonistic. Not the most tolerant of differing viewpoints. Can be quite awkward or abrupt; bad temper when riled. A great sense of humor. Passionate. Ahead of her time. A warrior. Has a special relationship with Beth. Theodore “Laurie” Laurence: a sweet and handsome young man; sensitive. * Funny, charming, and caring. In his fantasies, he’s a white knight: riding in to rescue damsels in distress. A natural musician. Wealthy thanks to his inheritance; generous, does not have to think about money. Does not always fit comfortably within the given parameters of his given gender role - he doesn't want to grow up to be a soldier or tedious man of business. Finds a family in the Marches. _____________________ "American Mariachi" LORT B Available roles:  (Important note: Musical/Instrumental training and coaching will be provided for roles that require the playing of a Mariachi instrument) Lucha Morales: early to mid 20s, U.S. born Mexican-American. Bilingual. Daughter of Amalia and Federico Morales. Struggles with her father’s expectations. Dreams of one day becoming a nurse. She is the primary caregiver for her mother. She loves to sing and learns to play the violin. Her best friend is her cousin Boli. Hortensia Pérez: prefers to be called “Boli.” Early to mid 20s, Mexican American. Works as a hotel maid and later at a cannery. Lucha’s cousin. Hungry to learn about the world. She is fiercely loyal and protective of her family and friends. She loves to sing and learns to play the guitar. Amalia Morales: late 40s/early 50s. Mexican American. Bilingual. Mother of Lucha, She is battling early onset dementia and is mostly lost in the past except for a few moments of lucidity. She sees and speaks to her deceased aunt, Tía Carmen. She used to the play violin and she sings beautifully. Also plays Doña Lola; an elderly eccentric lady who loves her hair styled in the salon. Gabby Orozco: mid 20s. Mexican American. A Born Again Christian. She lacks confidence, style, and experience in the world. Works as a baker at El Águila Panadería. She sings and plays the electric bass at her church. Learns to play the guitarrón. She actively searches for guidance and companionship. Plays Berta, Drunk Uncle’s Wife & Quinceañera Guest. Soyla Reyna: early/mid 40s. Born in Colombia. Immigrated to the U.S. as a young woman. Bilingual. Owner of Salón Superior de Soyla. She is always well put together. Savvy about the world, opinionated, self-sufficient, sexually confident, and supportive of the young women. She sings beautifully and learns to play the vihuela. Also plays Sister Manuela, an old school Catholic nun, Choir, Holy Roller. Mino Avila, a middle-aged Mexican. Ex-friend of Federico. Bilingual. A former mariachi, he is very wise, a music historian. Lucha’s godfather. A soft-spoken and humble man with a broken heart. He works as a carpenter who also repairs music instruments in his garage. Plays Padre Flores from Madrid, Spain, Holy Roller Musician, Quinceañera Guest. Plays guitar or vihuela. _________________ "Pipeline"  LORT D Available roles: Nya: Black woman, mid-late 30's. Single mother. Public H.S. Teacher. Trying to raise her teenage son on her own with much difficulty. A good teacher inspiring her students in a stressed environment. A struggling parent doing her damndest. Strong but burning out. Smoker. Sometimes drinker. Holding together by a thread. Omari: Black man, late teens. Smart and astute. Rage without release. Tender and honest at his core. Something profoundly sensitive amidst the anger. Wrestling with his identity between private school education and being from a so-called urban community. Nya's son. Xavier: Black man, mid-late 30's. Single father - struggling to connect to his own son. Marketing exec. Wounded relationship with his ex-wife. Financially stable. Emotionally impoverished. Nya's exhusband. Omari's father. ____________________ "The Supreme Leader"  LORT D Available Roles: Kim Jong-Un: (Male 18) Asian. A student and future Supreme Leader of North Korea. Must be able to embody the awkwardness and inner turmoil of a teenager struggling between right and wrong. Sophie Prescott: (Female 18) A fellow student. Non-Asian. Sophie is open and friendly, works to befriend Kim Jong Un and others at her school. Her bright personality masks an emotional wound. Roger Fullbright: (Male 18) A fellow student. Non-Asian. Sophie's ex. Handsome and well meaning with an air of entitlement. The Minder: (Male 40-50s) Asian. Kim Jong-Un's Minder. Loyal to the Korean government and tasked with helping shape Kim Jong Un to be the next Supreme Leader. A surrogate father to Kim Jong-Un.


Artists Repertory Theatre 2019-2020 - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Region: Western

Seeking:‘Skeleton Crew”  Faye: Black woman, mid-to-late 50s. Working-class woman. Tough and a lifetime of dirt beneath her nails. Somewhere, deep compassion. Dez: Black man, mid-to-late 20s. Working-class young man. Young hustler, playful, street-savvy, and flirtatious. Somewhere, deeply sensitive. Shanita: Black woman, mid-to-late 20s. Working-class young woman. Pretty but not ruled by it. Hard-working. By-the-books. Believes in the work she does. Also, pregnant. Somewhere, a beautiful dreamer. Reggie: Black man, late 30s. White-collar man. Studious. Dedicated. Compassionate. The Foreman. Somewhere, a fire brims. “Small Mouth Sounds”  The Teacher: Precast. Joan: late 40’s, wears a lot of clothes and jewelry from India. She is a therapist and sex educator in colleges, high schools and in private practice with couples. She likes to focus on pleasure rather than on fear or "don’ts". She is also incredibly, mind-bendingly, soul-crushingly angry and she has been since about the age of six when her parents divorced and her mother told her, "Daddy doesn’t love us enough." Judy: maybe 50, is Joan’s partner. She works at O Magazine as a top editor in the art department—a few times a year, she finds herself in the same room with Oprah. She’s the kind of person who only needs four hours of sleep per night. She finds that building up a healthy rage in the morning helps her greet her day. She likes control. She’s direct. Her soft spot is Joan. Alicia: is around 30-ish, from Southern California. She’s the kind of person who manages to make a lot of noise even when she’s "in silence". She likes being watched. Up until a few months ago, she was with Fred, a hedge fund manager who kicked her out. She doesn’t have a lot of experience with mediation retreats but she needs something to take away the pain of living without Fred. Ned: 39 year old Jewish guy from Great Neck who works for a non-profit called Earthwatch and has had a severe run of bad luck worse than the worst country western song. Ned fell while rock climbing and cracked his skull in eight places. His wife left him for his brother and is now pregnant with his brother’s baby. He almost killed them both but opted for a mediation retreat instead. Rodney: mid-30s, ageless, fit, maybe Asian or Southeast Asian, gorgeous, grew up in the Pacific Northwest, teaches yoga in New York and the Hamptons (in the summer). He is married to his former student and he has affairs with current students. His wife makes him feel trapped, and this reminds him he’s going to get old and die. Jan: 50-ish, is from a small town in Finland. He does not speak much English. He is pale and sweet, with a wide-eyed continually curious air about him, like a little sprite or woodland creature. He is a pastor at a small Lutheran church back in Finland and his church sent him on a one-year sabbatical to explore religious life around the world and figure out a way to appeal to more of the Finnish people. He likes to be prepared. “Everybody”  1st Actor: Usher/God/Understanding. 2nd Actor: Death – played by the oldest actor in the company. 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th Actors: Somebodies - played by every actor not the oldest, not the youngest, and not an usher. Everybody: played by a Somebody until chosen by lottery. 8th Actor: Girl – Precast. 9th Actor: All The Shitty Things –played by a completely different actor than the Somebodies. “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play”  All roles played by any ethnicity. Freddie Filmore: Announcer, Gower, Potter, Billy, Joseph, Peter Bailey, Ernie, Old Man Collins, Ed, Pete, Man (at Martini’s), Nick, Bridge Keeper, Binky, Cop. Jake Laurents: George Bailey (and Young George). Sally Applewhite: Mary Hatch (and Young Mary). Lana Sherwood: Violet (and Young Violet), Rose Bailey, Matilda, Ruth, Mrs. Hatch, Mrs. Thompson, Schultz, Zuzu, Janie, Sadie Vance. Harry "Jazzbo" Heywood: Harry (and Young Harry), Bert, Clarence Oddbody, Sam Wainwright, Martini, Dr. Campbell, Charlie, Man (at run on bank), Horace the teller, Mr. Welch, Tommy, Sheriff. Foley Artist “Teenage Dick”  Richard: (male, to play 17) junior class secretary, slyly ambitious, has CP. Buck: (female, to play 17) his best friend, earnest, wheelchair user. Elizabeth York: Precast. Eddie: (male, to play 17) junior class president, football guy, kind of a dick. Anne: (female, to play 17) big-hearted yet dark, dancer, formerly the most popular girl in the school. “A Doll’s House, Part 2”  Nora: Precast. Torvald: Nora’s husband, any ethnicity, 50s-60s. Anne Marie: Precast. Emmy: female, any ethnicity, 20’s, Nora and Torvald’s daughter. “Wolf Play”  Ash: female, late 20s, southpaw boxer, not Asian. Robin: female, late 30s, Ash’s wife. Ryan: male, early to mid 30s, Robin’s brother. Peter: male, late 30s, A father. Wolf: male, actor to play young boy as a puppet, East Asian descent. “The Revolutionists”  Olympe De Gouges: badass activist playwright and feminist. 38. Theatre nerd, excitable, passionate, a showman. Widowed and never married to ensure her personal freedom. Charlotte Corday: badass country girl and assassin, 25, Very serious, hardened by righteousness. Never been kissed. Marie Antoinette: pretty badass but fascinating former queen of France. Bubbly, graceful, opinionated, totally unaware, unintentionally rude and oddly prescient. Never had a real friend. 38. Marianne Angelle: A badass black woman in Paris. She is from the Caribbean, a free woman. A spy working with her husband, Vincent Tough, classy vigilant, the sanest one of them all. 30s.


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