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April 6, 2019

Le Rêve--The Dream - Open
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Region: Eastern

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.


The Inheritance - EPA - Actors
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Region: Eastern

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.


Studio Tenn Theatre Company 2019-2020 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Region: Central

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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