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January 5, 2018

Stages St. Louis 2018 Season - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:I DO! I DO!  Rehearsal: 5/15/18 – 5/30/18  Opens: 6/1/18 Closes: 7/1/18 Director/Choreographer: Michael Hamilton MD: Lisa Campbell Albert  ALL ROLES CAST ____________________  MAMMA MIA!  Rehearsal: 7/3/18 – 7/19/18  Opens: 7/20/18 Closes: 8/19/18 Director: Michael Hamilton  Choreographer: Tony Gonzales MD: Lisa Campbell Albert  Sam Carmichael: Attractive and intelligent ex-lover of Donna and possible father to Sophie; mid to late 40s. Romantic and masculine; an all-around good guy. Should sing and move well. Tenor/Bari-Tenor.  Harry Bright: Cultured British ex-lover of Donna and possible father to Sophie; mid to late 40s. Slightly tentative, but anxious to regain a free-loving past. Should sing and move well. RP dialect a plus. Tenor/Bari- Tenor.  Bill Austin: Masculine and athletic Australian ex-lover of Donna and possible father to Sophie; mid to late 40s. Free-spirited and fun-loving. Should sing and move well. Australian dialect a plus. Tenor/Bari-Tenor.  Sky: Handsome and charismatic young leading man; mid 20s. Sophie’s bridegroom. Intelligent, with a great sense of honesty and fair-play. Athletic build a plus. Pop rock Tenor/Bari-Tenor who moves well.  Pepper: Attractive and energetic male performer; 20s-30s. Sexy and fun-loving. One of Sky’s groomsmen. Ethnic preferred. Must sing and dance very well.  Eddie: Attractive and energetic male performer; 20s-30s. Intelligent and witty. One of Sky’s groomsmen. Must sing and dance well.  Donna Sheridan: CAST  Tanya: Donna’s friend and one-time band-mate; mid to late 40s. Pampered and sophisticated with a wry sense of humor; a self-professed “cougar”. Should sing and dance well. Soprano with strong mix/belt.  Rosie: Donna’s friend and one-time band-mate; mid to late 40s. Sassy and fun-loving. Not afraid to speak her mind. Seeking all ethnicities. Should sing and move well. Soprano with strong mix/belt.  Sophie Sheridan: Adorably innocent soon-to-be-bride; mid-20’s. Feminine and girlish, she is eager to begin life as an adult. Should sing and dance well. Soprano.  Ali: Sassy and fun-loving female performer; mid-20s. One of Sophie’s bridesmaids. Ethnic preferred. Must sing and dance well. Soprano.  Lisa: Athletic and energetic female performer; mid-20s. One of Sophie’s bridesmaids. Smart and fun- loving. Should sing and dance well. Soprano. _______________  OKLAHOMA!  Rehearsal: 8/21/18 – 9/6/18 Opens: 9/7/18 Closes: 10/7/18 Director: Michael Hamilton  Choreographer: Dana Lewis MD: Lisa Campbell Albert  Curly McLain: Handsome and charismatic young leading man; mid 20s-30s. Easy-going, but eager to find his place in the world and to build a new life. Very masculine and in love with Laurey. Fight training and movement skills a plus. Bari-Tenor.  Will Parker: Energetic and adorably off-center “buddy” to Curly; mid 20s-30s. Not to bright, he is charming, athletic, and a bit of a show-off. Must dance and sing well. Tap and roping skills a plus. Bari-Tenor.  Jud Fry: Darkly troubled and malevolent farm hand; late 20s-30s. Intelligent and frustrated in his current life. Secretive and quiet, he could be strangely attractive if he cared to be. Athletic build a plus. Baritone.  Ali Hakim: Charmingly nefarious peddler of European or Middle-Eastern heritage; mid 30s. Fancies himself a ladies man; he is cheerfully glib, but a bit of a coward. Comic and dialect skills a plus. Should move well. Bari-Tenor.  Slim/Dream Curly: Athletic and intensely masculine dance double for Curly in featured Act I Dream Ballet; mid 20s-30s. Classical ballet and strong partnering skills a plus. Vocal skills a plus.  Laurey Williams: Confidently self-sufficient farm-girl on the cusp of womanhood; mid 20s. And feminine, she is smart, sassy, and bravely willing to face her future. Ballet skills a definite plus. Soprano.  Ado Annie Carnes: Comically naïve and ultra-feminine farm-girl; mid 20s. Desperately in love with whichever man is nearest. Dance skills a plus. Mezzo-Soprano with strong mix.  Hannah/Dream Laurey: Romantic and vulnerable dance double for Laurey in featured Act I Dream Ballet; mid 20s. Classical ballet skills and strong partnering skills a must. Vocal skills a plus.


APPOINTMENTS - The Sting - Singers
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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.


Musicals In Mufti 2018 - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical in 1968, Hallelujah, Baby! traces the history of the African-American struggle for equality from the turn of the century to the present day. It tries to make its position clear through humor and music. This presentation marks the New York premiere of a revised book by Arthur Laurents, with additional lyrics by Amanda Green. 11 performances total. [Georgina] African American Female 20s. The narrator of our story. Talented, beautiful and ambitious. Her dream is to get out of the kitchen and become a star. Triple threat. Powerhouse belter with soprano. [Momma] African American Female 50s-60s. Georgina’s mother; a maid who is content with her life. Tries to convince Georgina to be happy with her lot in life and “keep her place” in the kitchen. Mezzo belter. [Harvey] Caucasian Male, 20s-30s. A young man vying for Georgina’s affection. Likably charismatic and well-meaning. He is able to provide opportunities for Georgina, in her rise to stardom but the racial divide creates an insurmountable obstacle. Should be a proficient jazz singer. Bari-tenor. [Clem] African American Male, 20s-30s. Georgina’s finance who is also vying for her affection. He starts as a train porter, becomes a soldier and ends up a Civil Rights activist. He challenges Georgina’s life goals and the way she goes about achieving them. Charming, but strong-willed. Bari-tenor. [Tip and Tap] African American Men, 20s-30s. Two vaudevillian song-and-dance men. They perform the title song with Georgina and play various roles throughout the show. Baritone/tenor. [Mary, Et Al] Caucasian Female, 20s-30s. Plays a wide variety of characters, including the Southern belle in a play, the Mistress of an estate, a foreign countess, a debutante, and a New York socialite, among others. Strong singer. [Chloe, Et Al] African American Female, 20s-30s. Plays a wide variety of characters, including a vaudeville burlesque dancer, an activist actress in a production of Macbeth and a young prospective maid for Georgina. Strong singer. [Hutchinson, Et Al] Caucasian Male, 30s to 40s. Plays a wide variety of roles, including a bigoted theatre owner, a foreign count, a government official, a G.I., a Southern bus driver, among others. Strong singer. ______________ “Bar Mitzvah Boy” Originally produced at Her Majesty’s Theatre in the West End in 1978, Bar Mitzvah Boy is composer Jule Styne’s only musical written expressly for London, and this presentation marks the New York premiere of a new version first presented in London in 2016, with a book adapted by David Thompson and new songs with lyrics by Black, using previously unheard Styne melodies. Based on Jack Rosenthal's award-winning 1976 BBC1 teleplay of the same name, Bar Mitzvah Boy is a bittersweet musical comedy about a young Jewish boy who runs away from the Bar Mitzvah into which his parents have poured their efforts and their money. All roles have British dialects. 11 performances total. [Eliot Green] 13 year old Jewish boy. The eponymous bar mitzvah boy. Nervous about “becoming a man” and entering the adult world, Eliot gets cold feet and runs away from his bar mitzvah. Sweet but with a backbone. Tenor. [Rita Green] Female, 40s-50s. Eliot’s nervous Jewish mother. Neurotic and overbearing, but also full of heart, humor and warmth. She is overwhelmed with planning the bar mitzvah, which she considers the most important day of her life. Mezzo belter. [Victor Green] Male 40s-50s. Eliot’s father. Stubborn and aloof, but a good man and caring father at heart. Despite seeming irritable, he loves and provides for his wife and family. Baritone. [Lesley Green] Female, early 20s. Eliot’s older sister. Smart, tough and funny. She can be gossipy and superficial at times, but is surprisingly maternal and caring with Eliot. She’s found a solid boyfriend in Harold. Mezzo. [Harold] Male, early-mid 20s. Lesley’s boyfriend. A pushover. A sweet, meek, obedient accountant. Thoughtful and helpful, he is a good man, trying to keep the peace and happy to do the dishes. Tenor. [Rabbi Sherman] Male, 40s-60s. A traditional Rabbi. Old World and conservative, but not quite as strict as he seems. Must be comfortable with Hebrew prayers. High baritone/tenor. [Denise] Female, 12-14. Eliot’s frenemy from school. Spunky and funny, she likes Eliot but has no qualms going behind his back for revenge. [Grandad] Male, 60s-70s. Eliot’s grandfather. An older Jewish man with a jolly, borsht-belt sense of humor and lack of self-awareness. Loves to tell jokes and be happy. Should be comfortable with Yiddish. Character singer. _________________ “Subways Are For Sleeping” Originally produced by David Merrick, Subways Are for Sleeping tells the tale of Angie, a reporter sent to get the scoop on a segment of NYC society -- a group of well-dressed homeless people sleeping in the New York subway system -- that lives by their own rules. All roles are open to actors of any race/ethnicity. 11 performances total. The Term “Homeless” in the description has a different meaning in the show. Many of the characters in the play do not have permanent address. Some live this way by choice, because they want to be ‘off-the-Grid.’ Some are destitute but they have somehow managed to survive and take care of each other. The source material is a book by the same title from 1957. The author created a rich , ‘Runyonesque’ world of New York city. It is not a musical about Homelessness rather a story about people who have a different outlook on life. The author of the book has used the term “Twilight People.” [Angie McKay] Female, late 20s – mid 30s. Bright career girl of the Mad Men era. A reporter at Madame Magazine, she is smart, quick witted, and adventurous. Hardworking and driven, she is in need of some relaxing. She goes undercover as a homeless person and unexpectedly falls in love with Tom, seeing the beauty in his way of life. Mezzo soprano and belter. [Tom Bailey] Male, 30s to early 40s. A charismatic, well dressed leading man with a freewheeling spirit. A former Wall Street guy who had it with the establishment and went off the grid. He now lives among the homeless and operates a network, finding jobs and places to sleep for himself and his friends. He knows how to look presentable and work the system. He is resourceful, friendly and deeply caring. Baritone. [Charlie Smith] Male, early 30s to mid 30s. A former rich kid whose family lost it all. Sweet, but clumsy and inept with women. He now lives off all of his wealthy Ivy League friends and gets himself invited to swanky parties and fancy dinners in order to eat. Strong comedic actor. Bari-tenor. [Martha Vail] Female, mid 20s-mid 30s. A Southern bombshell who only wears a towel. Sweet and innocent, but despite her looks and demeanor, she is also a smart and savvy schemer. She doesn’t do anything dishonorable, but knows how to manipulate people. Has great ambitions to be a nightclub performer. Strong comedic actress. Mezzo soprano, belter. [Myra Blake] Female, 40s. The Editor of Madame Magazine. A strong career woman in the mold of Miranda Priestly in Devil Wear’s Prada. Will also play various other roles in the ensemble throughout the show. Strong singer. [Ensemble Men] Men, late 20s-50s. Four men to play a wide variety of speaking and singing roles including a quartet of homeless men that sing the opening number, as well as various New Yorkers (hotel manager, policemen, doormen, train conductors, guards, reporters and friends of Tom, Charlie and Angie’s). Strong singers. [Character Woman] Female, mid 20s to early 40s. Plays a wide variety of singing and speaking roles, including a subway rider, shopper, cop, photographer, etc. Strong singer.


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