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April 5, 2019

Sesame Street Live! - Non-Union - Dancers
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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.


'Once On This Island,' SETA Tour - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Ti Moune: Female, 18-25, a beautifully spirited peasant girl, full of restless energy and optimism. The heroine. Tries to break social barriers to be with her love, Daniel. Strong alto belt. Strong musician skills; PRINCIPAL. Daniel: Male, 18-25, Ti Moune's love interest. A handsome, aristocratic young man who struggles with crossing social barriers. Sensitive and poetic. Strong tenor or baritenor. Strong musician skills; PRINCIPAL. Mama Euralie: Female, 30-59, Ti Moune’s adoptive mother. Described as an “old peasant.” Caring, over-protective, superstitious, fiercely loving, and strong-willed, her similarities often lead to clashes with Ti Moune. Strong alto. Strong musician skills; PRINCIPAL. Asaka: Male, 30-59, to play female, Mother of the Earth. A mentor to Ti Moune. Personifies the peasants’ connection to the land. She is generous and good-humored on the surface, but like all the gods feared by the islanders; her “motherly” facade is not to be trusted. She is powerful, funny, and ironic. Strong mezzo belt/high tenor. Strong musician skills; PRINCIPAL. Erzulie: Female, 20-49, Goddess of Love. A mentor to Ti Moune and foil to Papa Ge. The most approachable of the gods, but ultimately no less egocentric. One of the main instigators of the events of the story, she is looked upon fondly by the people. Set out to prove that love is stronger than the fear of death—by love, she means the power of the human heart. Strong soprano. Strong musician skills; PRINCIPAL. Tonton Julian: Male, 30-59, Ti Moune’s adoptive father (“Tonton” is a French affectionate term for “Uncle”). Described as an “old peasant.” He teaches Ti Moune that love has no limits, and he goes to great lengths to support her wishes. Caring, loving, and practical. Strong baritone. Strong musician skills; PRINCIPAL. Agwe: Male, 20-59, God of Water. A mentor to Ti Moune. Larger than life, mysterious. Perhaps the peasants' greatest fear next to Papa Ge himself. Commanding voice and presence. Strong, dramatic baritone/bass with a big range. Strong musician skills; PRINCIPAL. Papa Ge: Female, 30-59, to play male, God of Death. Antagonist to the other gods. Cunning, sly, manipulative, seductive, cynical, and teasing, he is feared by the people because of what he represents: the unknown that is death. The other main instigator of the drama. Strong alto belt/baritone. Strong musician skills; PRINCIPAL. Little Girl: Female, 7-11, the younger version of Ti Moune. Also plays the child for whom the story is told. Energetic, confident, funny, and sweet. Strong singer; PRINCIPAL.


Dallas Theater Center 2019-20 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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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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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.


Charlie & The Chocolate Factory - ECC - Singers
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Seeking:Female Ensemble (Chorus / Ensemble): Female, 18+, characters are 20s –40s; all ethnicities; ensemble is made up of performers of all shapes and sizes who will play various characters throughout, including but not limited to Oompa-Loompas, news reporters, Grandma Josephine, etc.; the Oompas must be extremely strong dancers with great technique; big personalities, comic skills, and excellent singers with versatile, characterful voices of all ranges and types; ensemble women will cover various principal roles. Male Ensemble (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 18+, characters are 20s –40s; all ethnicities; ensemble is made up of performers of all shapes and sizes who will play various characters throughout, including but not limited to Oompa-Loompas, news reporters, etc.; the Oompas must be extremely strong dancers with great technique; big personalities, comic skills and excellent singers with versatile, characterful voices of all ranges and types; ensemble men will cover various principal roles.


John W. Engeman Theater 2019-20 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:“Saturday Night Fever” The following roles and Understudies will be cast from the Ensemble: Frank Manero, Flo Manero, Frank Jr., Linda Manero, Maria, Cesar, Doreen,Mt Fusco, Candy, Pauline. ---------------- “Sunset Boulevard” The following roles and Understudies will be cast from the Ensemble: Sheldrake, Manfred, Starlets, Technicians. ---------------- “Matilda, The Musical” The following roles and Understudies will be cast from the Ensemble: Henchman And Henchwoman, The Acrobat, Teacher, Party Entertainer, Bruce, Lavender, Amanda, Nigel, Eric, Alice, Hortensia, Tommy. ----------------- “Sister Act, The Musical” The following roles and Understudies will be cast from the Ensemble: Nuns, Bar Patron, Waitress, Pool Player, Drag Queen, Homeless People, Fancy Dancers. ---------------- “Anything Goes” The following roles and Understudies will be cast from the Ensemble: Mrs. Wentworth, Ship  Drunk, Angels, Sailors, Ritz Quartte, Reporters, Passengers, Mrs. Frick, Mr. Swift, Ling And Ching, Bishop Dodson, G-Men.


The Inheritance - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:Young Man 2/Jason #1/Paul Wilcox/Doorman: Male, 18+, to play multiple roles, including: Jason #1 – high school science teacher, bookish and sweetly nerdy. The kind of person who doesn’t speak at parties until they’ve had a couple of drinks and then you can’t shut them up. He has the ability to look at an argument from every possible angle. He is a steady ship on increasingly stormy seas. He often takes on the role of peacemaker. Paul Wilcox, a real estate developer, the son of Henry Wilcox; sharp, direct, caustic, rude—a blunt instrument. Bulldozes anything in his way whether it’s obstacles, buildings, or people. Doorman, been on the job way too long, more interested in his sandwich and his copy of the Post than in doing his job. Young Man 3/Young Henry/Tucker: Male, 18-29, to play multiple roles, including: Young Henry, appears as a memory or the shadow of the adult Henry Wilcox. Traumatized by what he witnesses during the mid-1980’s, at the start of the AIDS epidemic, he moves through the world cautiously, with his emotional guard resolutely up. The only person who can pierce his defenses is Young Walter, with whom he has fallen hopelessly, desperately in love. Tucker proudly entitled trust fund kid who creates “false art”— gorgeous, photorealistic paintings depict the world not as it is but rather as people want it to seem which he then ritualistically destroys. Self-satisfied and preening, a case study in millennial narcissism—he is a young man whose education far exceeds his intelligence. He’s also deliciously sexy and undeniably fun to be around. Young Man 4/Young Walter/Clinic Worker: Male, 18-29, to play multiple roles, including: Young Walter appears as a memory or the shadow of the adult Walter Poole. We also encounter him at the start of the AIDS epidemic. A deeply feeling, intensely loyal, innately principled young man. Outwardly, he is as gentle as a cherry blossom. Inwardly, he’s steel-spined and indestructible. Whereas the epidemic almost crushes Henry, it reveals Young Walter’s true strength and resolve. Clinic Worker, overworked and underpaid, his schedule precludes him from being overly compassionate with his patients He’s not unkind—in fact, he got into this line of work because he wants to help people, but we meet him on a bad day and his bedside manner has been sacrificed for efficiency. Young Man 5/Charles Wilcox/Toby's Agent/Toby's Dealer: Male, 18-29, to play multiple roles, including: Charles Wilcox real estate developer, the son of Henry Wilcox; far less of a blunt instrument than his brother, Charles has inherited his father’s business acumen and savvy; but more importantly, as a young man raised by Walter Poole, he is also possessed of compassion and a surprising depth of feeling. If Paul is Henry’s son, Charles is Walter’s. Toby's Agent budding young power agent at one of the big agencies. Thrives on protein shakes and hot yoga. Not without compassion for Toby but increasingly frustrated by his client’s erratic behavior. Knows how to gently pet with one hand and cut throats with the other. Toby's Dealer a full-time summer resident at the Fire Island Pines. Constantly speedo-clad, constantly on call and constantly horny. He can get you anything (and anyone) you want. Young Man 6/Tristan: Male, 25-39, as Tristan an ER physician who spends his days dealing with trauma of all kinds. He is calm under pressure and knows how to diffuse the most volatile situations. He can be droll and wickedly funny when he wants to (and he often does). He can also expertly dissect thorny, seemingly impossible problems with reasoned, blazingly intelligent thinking. His observations are never like speeches—instead, they are examples of a dazzling mind at work, working out problems in real time. Young Man 7/Jasper: 25-39, as Jasper, a “social justice entrepreneur,” who works in the political realm as a movement influencer. He is wickedly smart if also a little selfrighteous and blind to his own privilege. He has a good heart and good intentions. When we meet him, he’s an amiable doofus with boyish charm who hasn’t really matured past the age of 22, which is the average age of most of his boyfriends. The 2016 election hardens him in unhealthy ways. He becomes prone to pronouncements over analysis and develops an ideological rigidity and inflexibility that causes his relationships to fracture. Young Man 8/Jason #2: Male, 18-39, as Jason #2, a first-grade teacher who often treats the world as if it were his classroom. Big-hearted, joyful, and deliriously idiosyncratic. Jason will often hijack a serious conversation with his decidedly out-of-the box thinking. The fact that he is able to coherently argue his somewhat baffling points of view is evidence not only of his fertile imagination but also his rock-solid intellect. Jason is a perceptive and compassionate man who possesses the ability to understand the emotional stakes of any situation—eventually.


Syracuse Stage 2019-2020 And Syracuse University 2019 Seasons - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:Syracuse Stage 2019-2020 Season “Thoughts Of A Colored Man” Passion: Early 30’s, a scholar from the inner city. A true urban guy. He is a Queens native and New York to his core. A smart, seasoned guy who has seen a lot in his life and is very in tune with the world around him. He has an articulate, but edgy presence. He possess the spirit of ancestral orators. Must be rhythmically inclined with Rap and/or Spoken Word. Love: 18, A boy of mixed black and white heritage. “Young” in every sense of the word. He even dresses like the youth of now. Should have a forward energy. Needs to be well versed with the language of poetry. Sneaker head. Must be fair skinned, more than anyone else. That contrast has to be seen. Lust: 20, Brooklyn native and sounds every bit of it. Charming and naturally flirtatious. Pure hearted. As carefree as he is reckless. He has a way with words in an unrefined way. He is highly sexual and addicted to women and has enough confidence to go around. Must fully adapt SLAM poetry style during poetic scenes. Happiness: Early 30’s, a upper middle class man from upstate New York with a white collar job. A man who happens to be gay, but his sexuality does not rule his life nor does he wear it on his sleeve. Refined and polished look and demeanor with Ivy League Schooling. A Brooks Brother man. He’s externally unapologetic, but deeply caring internally. Anger: Mid to late 20’s, a Harlem native. A former collegiate basketball player, a jock, but he is an academic in disguise. He carries a chip on his shoulder. Has a rawness. Must have the energy of SLAM poet during poetic scenes. Depressions: Mid 30’s, an astute survivor. A true neighborhood guy at heart. Highly intelligent and steady; equally comfortable in a pair of sneakers or a bespoke suit. At times he can be socially awkward. Wisdom: 60-65, a man of dark complexion, African born. An immigrant to the United States. Accent is no longer as heavy. Heavy thinking man. Regal and confident, but equally humble. He possess a strength only age can bring. Calm presence. A male version of Dr. Maya Angelo. _______________ “Yoga Play” Joan: early fifties, white, American The new CEO of a yoga apparel company. driven. Raj: mid-thirties, South-Asian, American, a rising exec of a yoga apparel company. Fred: mid-thirties, Singaporean a rising exec of a yoga apparel company. Romola: mid-twenties, Latina, American, plays additional roles: Mrs. Kapoor: Raj’s mother, early sixties, heavy upper class North Indian. Lucy: Jojomon employee, mid-twenties, highly-educated, American accent. Nooyi: Joan’s secretary, early-mid twenties, keen, American. Lauren Clark Rose: Jojomon brand ambassador, American. Guruji: early forties-early fifties, white. Plays additional roles: John Dale: Founder of Jojomon, sixties, sounds like an aging rock star. Mr. Kapoor: Raj’s father, early sixties, shouty, upper class North Indian accent. Alan Carr: BBC News Reporter, a bit nasal, classic BBC cadence ____________________ “12 Angry Men” This is a transfer production with Indiana Repertory Theatre - will originate in Indianapolis and transfer to Syracuse: and casting is conditional on being in both productions. IRT dates: 1st rehearsal: TBD; Opening: TBD; Closing: TBD. All roles will be cast by Indiana Repertory Theatre for their production, which will come to Syracuse Stage fully cast. ____________________ “Once” This is a transfer production with Geva Theatre Center - will originate in Rochester and transfer to Syracuse: and casting is conditional on being in both productions. Geva dates: 1st rehearsal: TBD; Opening: TBD; Closing: TBD. Geva will hold auditions All roles will be cast by Geva Theatre Center for their production, which will come to Syracuse Stage fully cast. ================== Syracuse University 2019 Season Disney’s Beauty & The Beast” Belle: A vibrant, intelligent girl with beauty, who wants more out of the life than an ordinary existence. She is optimistic, fun-loving, caring, and eager to experience life. Gender: Female. Age: 20 to 25. Vocal range top: F5. Vocal range bottom: E3. Beast: A Prince transformed into a terrifying beast for his lack of compassion. He is hot-tempered and commanding, but has a warm, loving heart buried far beneath his gruff exterior. Gender: Male. Age: 30 to 40. Vocal range top: F4. Vocal range bottom: A2. Gaston: The egotistical, ultra-masculine villain determined to marry Belle. He is manipulative yet charming and earnest. Gender: Male. Age: 30 to 40. Vocal range top: E4. Vocal range bottom: A2. Maurice- Belle's loving, eccentric father. A child at heart and inventor in his own world. Gender: Male. Age: 55 to 65. Vocal range top: Db4. Vocal range bottom: Bb2. Cogsworth: A tightly-wound, enchanted mantle clock and the head of the Beast's household. He is uptight, strict, and punctual but also hard-working, faithful, and thorough. Gender: Male. Age: 40 to 55. Vocal range top: E4. Vocal range bottom: A2. Mrs. Potts: A warm-hearted, maternal enchanted teapot. She is loyal, caring, and playful. Gender: Female. Age: 45 to 55. Vocal range top: G5. Vocal range bottom: F#3. Lumiere: A suave, debonair enchanted candelabra. He is a loyal and steadfast servant. Gender: Male. Age: 35 to 45. Vocal range top: F#4. Vocal range bottom: F#2. Babette: A saucy, enchanted feather-duster, and the object of Lumiere's affections. She is the playful, gorgeous, seductive French maid. Gender: Female. Age: 25 to 35. Vocal range top: F5. Vocal range bottom: C4. Madame De La Grande Bouche: A former opera diva-turned-enchanted wardrobe. She has a caring, refined, larger than life personality. Gender: Female. Age: 40 to 55. Vocal range top: D5. Vocal range bottom: C#4. Lefou: Gaston's bumbling sidekick. He is loyal, energetic, and optimistic, but not quite the brightest guy. Gender: Male. Age: 25 to 35. Vocal range top: F#4. Vocal range bottom: B2. Monsieur D’arque: The scheming proprietor of the local insane asylum. He is a dark, sinister villain who aides Gaston in his plot to marry Belle. Gender: Male. Age: 35 to 55. Vocal range top: A4. Vocal range bottom: D3. Ensemble: Wolves; Enchanted Objects; Townspeople. ________________ “The Wolves” #11: Midfield. Brainy, morbid, budding elitist, thoughtful. Seventeen. #13: Midfield. Stoner, older pot dealer brother, into her wackiness. Sixteen. #46: Bench. New girl. Awkward, different, just wants to fit in. Sixteen. Amazing soccer skills/ juggling required. #2: Defense. Innocent, unlucky, kind, skinny. Sixteen. #7: Striker. Too cool for school. Sarcastic, “fuck,” thick eyeliner. Almost seventeen. #14: Midfield. #7’s insecure sidekick. Just switched to contacts. Sixteen. #8: Defense. Childlike and determined to stay that way. Sixteen. #00: Goalie. Intense performance anxiety, perfectionist, high achiever. Seventeen. Huge emotional inner life. Soccer Mom: early 40s manic with grief. The role of #25 is already cast. ____________________ “Amadeus” Antonio Salieri: 35-50. Court composer and later imperial kapellmeister to Joseph II, emperor of Austria, Salieri is ambitious and successful at the Emperor’s court. He is a man who enjoys power. But once he hears Mozart’s work, his jealousy and bitterness consume him and he lives to destroy Mozart. Constanze (Stanzi) Weber: 20-25. Mozart’s wife. Weber loves and supports her husband. Though both are cavalier and juvenile, she is more responsible and practical and even willing to sacrifice herself for him. Joseph II: 45-55. Emperor of Austria. Joseph II enjoys and supports Mozart’s music but is ultimately persuaded by Salieri and others at court to cut him off. Count Johann Kilian von Strack: Chamberlain of the Imperial Chamber, von Strack is a stiff and proper court official. Count Franz Orsini-Rosenberg: Plump and supercilious, Orsini-Rosenberg is director of the Imperial Opera. Baron Gottfried van Swieten: Prefect of the Imperial Library, van Swieten is cultivated and serious. He is known as “Lord Fugue” and is ardent Freemason. Kapellmeister Guiseppe Bonno: The Royal choral director. Two “Venticelli”: Gossips who work for Salieri and provide him with information on Mozart’s private affairs. Katherina Cavalieri: Salieri’s promising pupil who has affairs with both Salieri and Mozart The role of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is already cast.


Mosaic Theatre Co of DC 2019-2020 - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:"Fabulation"  Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage’s satirical tale, set in New York City, that follows successful African-American publicist Undine, as she stumbles down the social ladder after her husband steals her hard-earned fortune. Broke and now pregnant, Undine is forced to return to her childhood home in the Brooklyn projects, where she must face the challenges of the life she left behind. Featuring “punchy social insights and the firecracker snap of unexpected humor" Undine: 37, a charismatic, smartly dressed African American woman and successful New York City executive. Undine’s present condition belies the secret of her more modest origins. Undine loses her larger than life status and discovers she needs to reconcile the many parts of her complex humanity. Ensemble Male 1: Plays Agent Duva/ Flow/ Rapper/ Drug Dealer/Mover: African American 25-30. Featured character: Undine’s brother, Flow is a hipster with a tatty Afro and goatee and a habit of speaking too loudly. Ensemble Female 1: Plays laying Allison/ Mother/ Rosa/ Inmate #2/ Addict Ensemble/ Applicant: African American 35-50. Featured characters: Allison, a friend to Undine and a well-heeled woman who speaks a with an affected pseudo-upper-class British accent. Allison struts. Mother to Undine, straightforward no-nonsense person who works as a security guard. Ensemble Male 2: Playing Accountant Richard/ Addict #1/ Mover/ Applicant/Doctor #2: Caucasian 30s. Featured character: Richard an elegantly clad New York City accountant. Ensemble Male 3: Playing Guy/ Hervé/ Lance: Latino 35-45. Featured characters: Herve wears a well-constructed suit and moves with the grace of a flamenco dancer. Thick Argentine accent. Guy is a gentleman who works as a security guard. Ensemble Female 2: playing Stephie/ Counsellor/ Devora/ Pregnant Woman/ Applicant: African American. Featured character: Stephie, a spacy Executive Assistant who works for Undine. Ensemble Male 4: Playing Babalawo/ Father/ Gregory/ Applicant. African American Man 40-50 Father. Featured character: Undine’s Father, a straightforward no-nonsense man who works as a security guard. Ensemble Male 5: Playing Doctor Khdair/ Grandma/Inmate #1/ Case Worker. African American 50-70. Featured character: Undine’s no nonsense, crack addicted, wheelchair-bound Grandma. ________________ "Theory"  A hot button play for our times! Isabelle, a young tenure-track professor, tests the limits of free speech by encouraging her students to contribute to an unmoderated discussion group. When an anonymous student posts offensive comments and videos, Isabelle must decide whether to intervene or to let the social experiment play out. Soon, the posts turn abusive and threatening, leading Isabelle and her unknown tormentor to engage in a high-stakes game of cat-and-mouse that not only have Isabelle questioning her beliefs, but fearing for her life. Isabelle: 30 A Young lesbian professor of film theory. Caucasian. Pushes progressive values. Obstinately liberal, especially about freedom of speech and thought. Lee: 40 Isabelle’s wife. African descent. Compromises her values to succeed as a tenured professor and Novelist. Owen: 40-50 Head of Film Department. Acknowledges the power students have in today’s university culture. Richard: 19 Caucasian. Student. Bright and inquisitive. Safina: 19 African American. Student. Sensitive and woke. Jorge: 19 Latino. Student. Critical and shit-disturbing. Davinder: 19 South Asian. Student. Altruistic and manipulative. _____________________ "Eureka Day"  At Eureka Day School in Berkeley, all decisions are made by consensus, diversity of opinion is valued, and vaccinations are a personal matter. When a mumps outbreak hits the school, it turns out that not everyone in the community has the same definition of social justice. Now the board of directors must confront the central question of our time: how do you find consensus when you can’t agree on the facts? BREAKDOWN Suzanne: Caucasian, late forties, a life coach. Mother of Arlo, Tompkins and Juniper. Meiko Asian descent late thirties, a landscape architect. A single mother by choice, of Olivia. A rationalizer. She is almost always knitting. Carina: African-American. Late thirties, an affordable housing advocate. Mother of Victor. An optimist. Don late forties, head of school. A supplicant. White. Eli: mid thirties, a hobbyist: expert pickler, competitive rock climber, manager of family wealth. Father of Tobias. A utilitarian. White. Winter: thirties to fifties, a parent, any gender (walk-on role with no lines). A mystery. _________________ "Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World"  "Set in a large American city, Musa is an Egyptian cab driver, and Sheri is an all-American waitress who fall madly in love with each other. Just don’t let Musa’s fiancée Gamila know. Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World is a romantic comedy that proves, no matter where we’re from, we’re all on this human pilgrimage together.” "Anyone who has ever looked for love know the dilemma. Do you make a safe, sensible match? Or take a risk on an exciting someone who might—just might—be the One Great Romance of your life? Musa, an Egyptian immigrant, and Sheri, a very quirky Caucasian waitress, must negotiate the twists and turns of not only love but cultural expectations in this charming romantic comedy with a delightful twist.” Sheri: mid 30's, European-American. brash, insecure, talks before she thinks, very vulnerable beneath her chatty exterior. Funny. A waitress. Musa: mid 20s to early 30s, Egyptian. A recent immigrant. Like Abdallah and Tayyib he speaks with an accent. Curious, open. Good-hearted in spite of the double-crossing that takes place. A taxi driver. Abdallah: wide age-range: anywhere from late 20s to early 50s. Sudanese, a recent immigrant. Affable, "large" in the way he projects himself, a people person. A jack of all trades in his professional life. Tayyib: 30's, Somali. A more seasoned immigrant in the States. Gregarious, wise, upbeat. He sells suitcases on Broadway. Gamila: mid to late 20's. Egyptian-American. Wears a hijab. Holds herself in a dignified manner. Projects rectitude, but there's a warmth and a vulnerability there. A strong individual. She's training to be a nurse.


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Seeking:Studio Tenn is committed to fostering a diverse community, and encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend our auditions. “Mamma Mia!”  Performances Thursday - Sunday at 7pm, with 2pm matinees on Saturday and Sunday Jamison Theater, The Factory at Franklin. Several roles and chorus positions are available. Sophie Sheridan (Cast) - Young woman with an energetic, adventurous spirit ready to leave the island she is from and pursue a traditional family. Female, 20-25/ Vocal range: F#3-E5/ Any ethnicity. Donna Sheridan (Cast) - Sophie’s mother. She owns the Taverna and was once the lead singer of “Donna and the Dynamos” (belter). Honest and hard-working. Delivers very vulnerable solos throughout the entire show. Female, 40-50/ Vocal range: E3-A5/ Any ethnicity. Sam Carmichael (Cast) - May be Sophie’s father, regrettably left Donna 20 years ago to become engaged with another woman. He is a wealthy architect who is confident and composed. Male, 40-50/ Vocal range: D3 to Ab4/ Any ethnicity. Bill Austin - May be Sophie's father. He is a travelling writer with no possessions. Good-natured and humorous. Male, 40-50/ Vocal range: Bb2-F#4/ Any ethnicity. Harry Bright- May be Sophie's father. He is a wealthy, British financier who is conservative and put-together, though trying to reconnect with his youthful spirit. Male, 40-50/ Vocal range: C#3-F#4/ Any ethnicity. Sky -Sophie’s fiancé. He is athletic, charming, and was once a successful businessman. Left that lifestyle to support Donna with the Taverna and marry Sophie. Male, 20-20/ Vocal range: Eb3-D5/ Any ethnicity. Tanya- As a former Dynamo, she is one of Donna’s oldest and best friends. She married several millionaires and flirts mercilessly with young men in a wild, fun-loving fashion. Female, 40-50/ Vocal range: E3-E5/ Any ethnicity. Rosie (Cast) - Former Dynamo, is friends with Donna. She is an author of cookbooks. Very free-spirited, comical, and exudes confidence through self-deprecating jokes. Female, 40-50/ Vocal range: E3-D5/ Any ethnicity. Lisa & Ali - College friends and bridesmaids of Sophie. They are energetic, wild, and fun. Female, 20-25/ Vocal range: G3-D5/ Any ethnicity. Pepper - Bartender at Taverna. He is charming, flirtatious, and fun-loving. Male, 20-25/ Vocal range: A4-F5/ Any ethnicity. Eddie - Friend of Sky and a worker at the Taverna. Male, 20-25/ Any ethnicity. Ensemble of Islanders who work at Donna’s, Wedding Guests Male/Female, 20-40/ Any ethnicity ____________________ “Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella” Performances Thursday - Sunday at 7pm, with 2pm matinees on Saturday and Sunday, as well as on December 26. Jamison Theater, The Factory at Franklin. All roles and chorus positions are available. Note - Studio Tenn is actively seeking actors of all ethnicities for principal roles in Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Ella - An obedient and sweet young girl, sees the good in everyone despite her hardships and suffering from her stepmother and stepsisters. We see her blossom into a confident woman. Female, 20s/ Vocal range: B3-Eb5/ Any ethnicity. Topher - A misguided and lost prince who longs to do something of significance with his life. Though brave and heroic, he feels lonely and unfulfilled. Charming, genuine, and kind-hearted. Male, 20s- early 30s/ Vocal range: C#3-A4/ Any ethnicity. Madame - Ella’s wicked Stepmother. The epitome of vanity and fashion. A schemer who values wealth, status, and material possessions above all else. Unapologetically dismissive and sometimes cruel. Female, 40s-early 60s/ Vocal range: C4-D5/ Any ethnicity. Sebastian- Topher’s Prime Minister who is secretly conspiring with Madame to find a bride for Topher. He believes he should rule the kingdom. Male, 40s-early 60s/ Vocal range: C3-F4/ Any ethnicity. Marie - Local beggar who is also Ella’s Fairy Godmother. Wise, warm, and charming. Female, 40s-early 60s/ Vocal range: A3-Ab5/ Any ethnicity. Gabrielle - One of Ella’s stepsister. Despite being encouraged to value wealth and materialism her whole life by her mother, she is actually rather empathetic and witty toward Ella. Female, 20s-30s/ Vocal range: C4-G5/ Any ethnicity. Charlotte- One of Ella’s stepsisters. She is very brash, obnoxiously loud, and self-centered. Loves receiving attention. Female, 20s-30s/ Vocal range: B3-F5/ Any ethnicity. Jean-Michel- A feisty, passionate peasant determined to make a difference for the working class. He has a crush on Gabrielle, but isn’t allowed to date because of his social class. Male, 20s-30s/ Vocal range: C3-G4/ Any ethnicity. Lord Pinkleton- Sebastian’s right-hand man. Announces royal balls, banquets, and even the weather. Male, 30s-50s/ Vocal range: D3-A4/ Any ethnicity. Ensemble of Merchants, Villagers, Ball and Wedding Guests. Male/Female, 20s-60s/ Any ethnicity. ____________________ “Steel Magnolias” Performances Thursday - Sunday at 7pm, with 2pm matinees on Saturday and Sunday Jamison Theater, The Factory at Franklin. All roles are available. Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie - M’Lynn’s daughter, diabetic. Prettiest girl in town, and loved by all. She has a weird relationship with her mother, and often rebels just for the sake of rebellion. Female, 20-25. M’Lynn Eatenton - Shelby’s mother. She is overprotective at times and finds the need to have a firm grasp on the world at all times. She is a busy woman who worries too much for her age. Female, 30-55. Ouiser Boudreax - She is a wealthy old bitty. She is a loveably miserable lady, though. Her unique personality and sense of humor is a great relief in the serious scenes. She is very close to Clairee. Female, 50+. Clairee Belcher - Widow of the former mayor of Chinquapin. She is wealthy and also knows everyone’s business. She is the sarcastic member of the group. She loves to laugh and poke fun at the little things that others cry over. She is very close with Ouiser. Female, 50+. Truvy Jones - Owner of a small town beauty shop. She knows everyone’s business and shares it with anyone who will listen. Southern Belle. She always has advice for you, and it often comes in the form of country sayings. Female, 40-55. Annelle Dupuy-Desoto -Young, very shy hair-dresser. She goes from a very soft-spoken person to a bible-loving Christian with her heart on her sleeve. Female, 20-25 _______________________ “9 To 5” Performances Thursday - Sunday at 7pm, Saturday & Sunday at 2pm & 7pm. Jamison Theater, The Factory at Franklin All roles and chorus positions are available. Violet Newstead - Violet Newstead is a smart, efficient, widowed mother of a teenage son who is constantly being passed up for promotion in the boys’-club world of climbing the corporate ladder. She runs the office from her desk while her boss takes the credit. She is frustrated with her position, but not bitter. Comedic role – witty and sharp. Low Voice. Female, 20-40/ Vocal Range- Alto. Franklin Hart - Franklin Hart is a pompous jerk of a boss. If he weren’t the boss, he would have no friends at all. Was trained by Violet, and then promoted ahead of her, so there is no love lost between them. Spends his time trying to seduce Doralee. Smarmy. Sexist, Egotistical, Lying, Hypocritical, Bigot. Baritone. Male, 25-40/Vocal Range- Baritone. Judy Bernly - Judy Bernly is a meek housewife with her first foray into the working world when her husband runs off with his secretary. Judy changes throughout the play into a force to be reckoned with, taking control of herself and her life. Comedic role – confusion. Medium-high voice. Female, 20-40/ Vocal Range- Soprano/High Belt. Doralee Rhodes - Doralee Rhodes is a sexy, country gal who is the secretary for the boss, Franklin Hart. She is misunderstood at the beginning of the play due to rumors about an affair with the boss, but comes to be a strong cog in the machine that destroys Hart. Country singing. Comedy is sharp and no-nonsense. Female, 20-40/ Vocal Range- Soprano/High Belt. Joe - Charming, attractive accountant who is interested in Violet. Doubles in the Men’s Ensemble. Male, 20-40 / Vocal Range- Tenor/ Any ethnicity. Dick Bernly- Judy’ sleazy ex-husband. Also doubles as the detective. Male, 20-40/ Any ethnicity. Kathy - Office Gossip. Doubles in the Women’s Ensemble. Doubles as a new employee at the end of the show. Female, 20-40/ Any ethnicity. Margaret- Office lush. Doubles in the Women’s Ensemble. Female, 20-40/ Any ethnicity. Maria Delgado - Young and vibrant secretary. Gets fired by Hart wrongfully. Doubles in the Women’s Ensemble. Also doubles as the Candy Striper. Female 20-30/ Any ethnicity. Josh Newstead - Violet’s teenage son. Must look young enough to pass as a teenager, but old enough to double in the Men’s Ensemble. Male 17-25/ Any ethnicity. Dwayne Rhodes - Doralee’s husband. Country. Doubles in the Men’s Ensemble. Male 20-40/ Any ethnicity. Roz Keith - Roz Keith is the office busy-body. She is in love with Mr. Hart, and does everything she can to undermine the rest of the office to earn his affections. Over the top comedic role. Female 20-40/ Any ethnicity. Missy Hart - Hart’s Wife. Fluttery and Ditzy. Doubles in the Women’s Ensemble. Female 20-40/ Any ethnicity. Russel Tinsworthy - Chairman of the Board of the company. Colonel Sanders type. Male 30-50/ Any ethnicity. Ensemble of Office Workers, Police Officers, and Hospital Employees. Male/Female, 20-40/ Any ethnicity.


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Seeking:Show #1 "Top Girls"  This play has 7 actors in it and the doubling can be at the director’s discretion. Marlene: female, any ethnicity/race, 30s, lead, highly ambitious and has just been promoted at Top Girls Waitress/Jeanine/Win: female, any ethnicity/race, 20s-30s Jeanine, female, any ethnicity/race, 20; interviewing at Top Girls; Win, female, any ethnicity/race, 30s; employee at Top Girls Lady Nijo/Mrs. Kidd: Lady Nijo, female, Japanese, 30s; was an Emperor’s courtesan and later a Buddhist nun who travelled on foot through Japan. Mrs. Kidd, female, any ethnicity/race, 40s-50s; wife of Howard Kidd, Marlene’s co-worker at Top Girls Isabella Bird/Joyce/Nell: female, any ethnicity/race, 40s-60s; lived in Edinburgh, traveled extensively between ages 40 and 70; Joyce, female, any ethnicity/race, 30s; Angie’s adoptive mother and Marlene’s sister; Nell, female, any ethnicity/race, 30s; employee at Top Girls Dull Gret/Angie: female, any ethnicity/race, 20s-30s; subject of the Brueghel painting Dulle Griet, in which a woman in an apron and armor leads a crowd of women charging through hell and fighting devils; Angie, female, any ethnicity/race, 16; Marlene’s biological daughter adopted by Marlene’s sister, Joyce Pope Joan/Louise: Joan/female, any ethnicity/race, 30s-40s; served as Pope between 854-856 disguised as a man; Louise, female, any ethnicity/race, 40s; interviewing at Top Girls Patient Griselda/Shona: Griselda female, any ethnicity/race, 20s-40s; the obedient wife whose story is told by Chaucer in “The Clerk’s Tale” of The Canterbury Tales; Shona, female, any ethnicity/race, 20s; interviewing at Top Girls Show #2  "Testmatch"  Eng 1/The Memsahib: female, white, batsman, captain Eng 2/One: female, white, batsman Eng 3/Two: female, white, wicket keeper India 1/Daanya/Dipti: female, Indian, fast bowler, captain India 2/Abhi: female, Indian, batsman India 3/The Messenger/Neha: female, Indian, fast bowler Show #3 "A Christmas Carol"  This show has been cast from previous productions. SHOW #4  "Wakey Wakey"  Lisa: female, 30s-50s, a warm and caring person, but not inclined toward any kind of sentimentality; loving and matter-of-fact, in equal amounts. SHOW # 5 "Gloria"  Dean/Devin: male, white, late 20s Kendra/Jenna: female, Asian, mid-late 20s Ani/Sasha/Callie, female, white, early 20s Gloria/Nan, female, any ethnicity/race, late 30s Miles/Shawn/Rashaad, male, black, 20 Lorin, male, any ethnicity/race, late 30s SHOW # 6 "Toni Stone" Toni Stone: (28-35) black; Highly personable, athletic, and quirky. The first woman to play professional baseball in the Negro League. 8 - 9 Ensemble Members: Male, Black. They play various characters -- to be determined by director. There are two to three ensemble members that participate in the more general responsibilities of the ensemble, but play only their assigned characters, these are: Alberga: (young and sexy 63) Toni’s eventual husband. Millie: (anywhere between mid 30’s to late 40’s) Toni’s female confidant SHOW #7 "Rocky Horror Show"  This production is particularly interested in a range of ages that is beyond the historical associations of Rocky Horror. All roles are completely open in terms of age/race/ability/superpowers. All roles require singing and dancing, but enthusiasm and gameness are ultimately more important than experience or training. This breakdown is a jumping off point for casting. Usherette/Magenta: any ethnicity/race, ages 50+, Range: Mezzo Soprano Belt, Bb3-Eb5, a domestic. Brad: any ethnicity/race, 20s-30s, Range: Bari Tenor, Bb2-G4. A hero. Brad is very much in love with his fiancé, Janet. He is overly optimistic at times. Janet: any ethnicity/race, 26-35, Range: Mezzo Soprano Belt, A3-Eb5; A heroine. Janet is very much in love with Brad. Narrator: any ethnicity/race, any age, A lover of Sci Fi.  Riff Raff: any ethnicity/race, 25-40, Range: High Rock Tenor, D3-B4, A handyman, alien, and trusted servant.  Columbia: any ethnicity/race, any age, Range: Mezzo Soprano Belt, E4-E5, A groupie  Frank 'N' Furter: any ethnicity/race, 30-45, Range: Baritone, D3-G4, master of the castle; master of seduction. Rocky: any ethnicity/race, 18-30, Range: Tenor, A3-G4, Frank’s magnificent creation. Eddie/Dr. Scott: any ethnicity/race, 28-40, Range: Baritone, E3-F#4, Eddie is an ex-delivery boy; Scott is Eddie’s uncle and rival scientist. 4 Phantoms/Transilvanians: any gender, any ethnicity/race, various. A group of totally individual singers, movers, personalities, and specialty performers that authentically embody a wild and queer party spirit. SHOW #8  "Poor Yella Rednecks"  A continuation of the family story begun in Vietgone. Tong: Asian female, 30s-70s. Playwright’s mother Quang/Chris: Asian male, 30’s – 70’s. Playwright’s father Huong/San/Cop: 60s, Asian female. Huong is Tong’s mother Nhan/Cowboy/Little Man/Grocery Boy: Asian male 30’s Playwright/Immigration Officer/British Narrator/Bobby/Tommy/Grocery Boy: Asian male, 30s.


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