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January 9, 2018

SUBMISSIONS - D Cappella - Singers
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The MUNY 2018 Season - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:“Jerome Robbins Broadway”  The Setter/Emcee/Pa/Tevye/Floy: (Male, 30s-50s) Strong comic actor who narrates the evening. Must have charm & star charisma. Baritone. Must move well. Hildy/Mr. Monotony Singer/Rosalia/Overture Singer: (Female, 20s-40s) Gorgeous voiced belter. Alluring and dynamic. Must move well.  Golde/Ma/A Timid Girl: (Female, 30s-40s) Strong voiced character actress with comic chops. Must move well. The remaining principals are major dancers with classic technique who sing well. __________________ “The Wiz” **Dorothy (a teen) will be cast locally in St. Louis. Addaperle: (Female, 30s-50s) Good Witch of the North. Has magic powers she refers to as "doing tricks." Her magic abilities don't always pan out as well as she would like them to as she is a bit clumsy. Vocal Range: Mezzo Soprano, F3-C5. Scarecrow: (Male, 20s-30s) Tired of being a scarecrow and the prospect of not going anywhere. Big hearted. Embarks on the journey to see The Wiz in hopes he can get a brain. Strong dancer, tumbling or clown skills a plus. Vocal Range: Tenor, D3-A4. Tin Man: (Male, 20s-30s) Human at one time. Lost all his limbs to a cursed axe. Joins in the journey in hopes the Wiz will provide him a heart because “it isn’t enough to be good looking.” Vocal Range: Baritone, E3-A4. Lion: (Male, 20s-30s) Travels around the jungle scaring people, but has “a yellow streak a mile wide.” Joins in the journey to see the wiz to gain some courage. Vocal Range: Baritone, G2-Bb4. The Wiz: (Male, 40s-50s) All powerful and over-the top leader of Oz. Hides his true nature behind “the curtain”, really he’s from the Midwest like Dorothy. Vocal Range: Tenor, C3-A4. Evillene: (Female, 40s-50s) Wicked Witch of the West. Low-down evil. Not a kind bone in her body nor kind thought in her rotten mind. Major R&B voice and strong comedienne. Vocal Range: Alto, Bb3-Db5. Glinda: (Female, 30-40s) Good Witch of the South. Prettiest of all the witches. A confident, successful witch who is loved and admired by all. Vocal Range: Alto, C4-Eb5. _______________ “Singin’ In The Rain”  Don Lockwood: (Male, 30-40) Famous silent movie star, charismatic and charming song and dance man. Strong dancer with outstanding tap skills. Vocal range G2-Ab4. Kathy Selden: (Female, 20s) Strong willed, smart, up-and-coming young actress. Excellent tap skills and strong voiced. Vocal range G3-F5. Cosmo Brown: (Male, 25-35) Don’s best friend and the film studio’s head musician. High energy comedic sidekick. Tremendous tapper. Tumbling/Acro a plus. Vocal range C3-Ab4. Lina Lamont: (Female, 30-40) Don’s leading lady onscreen (but not off), Glamorous silent screen film actress with a brash and obnoxious personality and a high-pitched, nasal voice. Strong comedic skills a must. R.F. Simpson: (Male, 50s-60s) Louis B. Mayer type. Head of the film studio. Non-singing role. Roscoe Dexter: (Male, 40s) Director of the Lockwood and Lamont pictures, comically high strung and easily frustrated. Baritone. ___________________ “Jersey Boys” Frankie: (Male, 20s-early 30s). Must be 5’9” or shorter. Must be able to sing in the style of Frankie Valli. Strong tenor to high A or Bb plus strong falsetto up to treble G. Charismatic and charming. A very strong actor and have a gritty side as well as a polished veneer. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. Bob: (Male, 20s-early 30s). Preferably tall. Strong tenor/baritenor voice. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. An intelligent, sensitive, and introspective musical prodigy. Tommy: (Male, 30s). Strong tenor/baritenor voice. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. A natural-born leader with an appealing, bad-boy quality. Nicky: (Male, 30s). Strong bass/baritone voice. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. A quiet dreamer who longs for life after The Four Seasons. Gyp DeCarlo/Judge/ Etc.: (Male, 45-65). Tough, mafioso type. Must be a good actor and strong singer. Bob Crewe/Etc.: (Male, 35-45). Intelligent and flamboyant – genius music producer and lyricist. An integral part of creating the magic of the Four Seasons. _________________ “Annie” All roles for children will be cast locally in St. Louis. Miss Hannigan: (Female, 40s-50s) Drunk, self-serving and duplicitous proprietor of the orphanage. Major comedic actress. Vocal range Mezzo (A-A flat). Grace Farrel: (Female, late 20s-40s) Mr. Warbucks private secretary. Smart, sophisticated and normally all business until Annie brings out her maternal side. Vocal range soprano (A-high G). Oliver Warbucks: (Male, 40s – 50s) Stiff-collared but warm-hearted billionaire. Resistant at first, he becomes completely charmed by Annie. Self-assured and confident. Vocal range baritone (C-high F). Rooster Hannigan: (Male, 30s-40s) Miss Hannigan's con-artist brother. Oozing with oily charm and comic timing. Vocal range baritone (B-high G). Lily St. Regis: (Female, 20s-30s) Rooster’s floozy girlfriend. Not the brightest bulb. Funny and vain. Vocal range soprano (D- high G). President Franklin D. Roosevelt: (Male, 40s-60s) is inspired by Annie's optimism and helps Warbucks look for her parents. Open to actors who use a wheelchair as well those who do not. Vocal range baritone (C flat - E sharp). __________________ “Gypsy”  All roles for children will be cast locally in St. Louis. The role of Rose is cast. There are no understudies. Herbie: (Male, 45-55) was a candy salesman before he meets Rose and agrees to manage their act. Rose’s boyfriend and a possible husband number 4. He has a heart of gold but also has the power to defend the people he loves with strength. Loves Rose and the girls, but his patience has limits. Dainty June: (Female, 18-27) Baby June as a teenager. The older she gets, the less she enjoys being treated like a child. Must dance very well, have strong tap skills, with a strong belt, mezzo. Ability to do the splits and twirl a baton a big plus. Louise: (Female, 18-30) Baby Louise as a teenager, who grows up to be the famous stripper, Gypsy Rose Lee. Awkward as a child and always observant, she hides her femininity under the guise of a tomboy. When she finally shines, her unabashedly extrovert self takes over and she grabs the spotlight. Mezzo soprano/belt. Tulsa: (Male, 18-30) Handsome young dancer who dreams of having his own act and getting out of the “Farm Boys”. Charming and sincere. In love with June but loved by Louise. Major dancer with a strong voice. Miss Cratchit/Mazeppa: (Female, 40s) Character actress who sings, big brassy belter. Miss Cratchit is the gate-keeper of the Grantziger’s Palace and a battle-axe, not unlike Rose. Mazeppa is an experienced and wizened Burlesque performer. Specialty - Trumpet stripper. Trumpet skills a plus. Tessie Tura: (Female, 40s) A burlesque dancer that shares her dressing room with Louise. She was once a ballerina and still has some of the moves. A course broad who's been around the block. Very funny. Mezzo. Electra: (Female, 40s) A burlesque dancer. Quieter than her counterparts but her costume is wired with lights, allowing her to "shine" without working up a sweat. Ditzy and sweet. Alto. Uncle Jocko/Pastey/Minskey’s Announcer: (Male, 40s-50s) Character actor. Non-singing. Georgie/Mr. Goldstone/Bougeron-Cochon/Philadelphia Announcer: (Male, 35-50s) Character actor. Non-singing. Weber/Phil: (Male, 30s-50s) Character actor. Non-singing. ________________ “Meet Me In St. Louis” All roles for children will be cast locally in St. Louis. Esther Smith: (Female, 18-22) Lively and effervescent, she pines after John Truitt, the boy next door. She looks up to Rose and clings to her in time of trouble. Rose Smith: (Female, 18-24) the oldest of the girls and the beauty of the family. She has a loyal, loving nature—and also a bit of a temper. Lon Smith: (Male, 18-23) The oldest in the family and the only boy. Good looking Princeton freshman. Baritone. Mr. Alonzo Smith: (Male, 40s) A kind and loving father who wants to do right by his family. A lawyer who struggles with the idea of moving his family across the country. Mrs. Smith: (Female, 40s) A good and loving mother with a firm but gentle hand. Alto. Grandpa Pruphater: (Male, 60s-70s) Mrs. Smith’s father, a Civil War Veteran. Full of tales, beloved by his grandchildren. Katie: (Female, 40-60) Irish cook and housemaid to the Smith’s but also a part of the family. Has a brogue. John Truitt: (Male, 18-24) The boy next door that Esther pines after. Handsome, athletic, sincere and friendly.


La Jolla Playhouse, 2018-19 Season - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:THE SQUIRRELS SCURIUS – [Male, 40s-60s] Great old Gray Squirrel. Big. Fatish. The greatest gatherer of nuts the forest ever saw. Now gone to seed. Father to CHORDATA. Partner to MAMALIA. Adopted father to RODENTIA. SCUIRIDAE/SCIENTIST – [Male, 30s-40s] Gray Squirrel. Like Riki-Tiiki-Tavi. He is too smooth. He might stare too long. He is creepy. Also plays SCIENTIST. He is a scientist. Not a real scientist. A cartoon scientist. CHORDATA – [Female, 20s-30s] Young Gray Squirrel. Squirrel sexy. Squirrel smart. She knows the forest is changing. She is in love with CAROLINIUS. Perhaps a little too sentimental. MAMALIA – [Female, 40s-60s] Older Gray Squirrel. The long suffering partner to SCURIUS. She loves him. Knows his faults. Has aided his schemes. She is dedicated to her daughter and wants only the best for her. RODENTIA – [Female, 20s-30s] Adopted daughter of SCURIUS. Young Fox Squirrel. She swims with the tide that raises her boat. CAROLINIUS – [Male, 20s-30s] Young Fox Squirrel. Fierce. Strong. Idealistic, but hungry. It is, after all, the dead of winter and mating season is coming. ______________ SEIZE THE KING RICHARD – [Male, early 30s-mid 40s] any ethnicity, Richard the Duke, Richard the Protector and King Richard III. Brother to deceased King Edward IV. QUEEN WOODVILLE – [Female, 40s-60s] any ethnicity. Wife of deceased King Edward IV. Sister-in- law to Richard the Duke. Mother of Edward V. And Others. LORD HASTINGS – [Male, early 30s-mid 40s] any ethnicity. Seen by Queen Woodville as protector and tutor to Edward V. And Others. LORD BUCKINGHAM – [Male, early 30s-mid 40s] any ethnicity. Accomplice of Richard III. And Others. ANNE NEVILLE – [Female, 20s-30s] any ethnicity. Daughter Warwick Leader. Inherited vast amounts of land. Locked in tower by King Edward IV. Eventual wife of Richard III. And Others.  _______________ THE YEAR TO COME JEFF – [Male, 60ish-43ish] Cuban/Italian American father of Jim and Roweena, husband of Estelle  ESTELLE – [Female, 60ish-43ish] Jewish American, or rather Russian and German descent sister to Cline, mother of Jim, wife of Jeff. JIM – [Male, 34-17] gay son of Cuban-Italian-Jewish American parents, husband to Taheem. CLINE (CAROLINE) – [Female, 60ish-43ish] Jewish American, or rather Russian and German sister to Estelle, mother to none, wife to John JOHN – [Male, 60ish-43ish, flexible] African American, or rather Jamaican and Ghanian descent, husband to Cline. TAHEEM – [Male,30s-20s] Muslim American, Turkish and Pakistani descent, gay, husband to Jim. POP-POP – [Male, 80-60] German-Jewish immigrant father to Estelle and Cline, grandfather to Roweena and Jim. ROWEENA – [Female, 23] Cuban-Italian-Jewish American descent, sister to Jim, daughter of Estelle and Jeff. ______________ QUEENS RENIA – [Female, 40s] Polish. We see her in the past and in the present. A landlady who once sought refuge in the building she now owns. In the past we see her as lost and careful, eager to please, the newcomer. In the present she is in charge, no nonsense. Trying to disguise a great emotional need in a tough exterior. Speaks English with a Polish accent and speaks in Polish in one scene. INNA/TANYA – [Female, late 20s-30s] Ukrainian. Resilient, stubborn, determined, dangerous when pushed. Also trying to disguise a great emotional need in a tough exterior. On a quest. Punches a lady in the face in the first scene. Speaks English with a Ukrainian accent and a few lines in Ukrainian. Also plays TANYA - Ukrainian. Inna’s mother, we see her in the past. PELAGIYA – [Female, 30s] Belarusian. Calculated and careful - always on the lookout for someone trying to screw her. She’s the senior tenant in the building in 2001. The know-it-all who needs to always be on top. Speaks English with a Belarusian accent AAMANI – [Female, 40s] Afghan. Elegant, grounded. She’s the second most senior tenant in 2001. Very aware, observant, and intelligent. Clear-eyed but also longing for beauty and poetry. Careful. Speaks English with an Afghani accent. ISABELA/GLENYS – [Female, 20s] Honduran. Except for Renia, she is the newest tenant in 2001, and is about to leave unexpectedly to return to Honduras. She has a clear-eyed perspective and deep love for her family. Loyal and caring but will put you in your place, if need be. Speaks English with a Honduran accent and speaks some Spanish. Also plays GLENYS, 20s, Honduran-American. Isabela’s daughter. Very smart, kinetic, full of energy. A tenant in 2012. LERA/JOAN – [Female, 30s] Ukrainian. Inna's closest friend in Ukraine. Determined but often falls short. Cares very much - both for people and for the things she can't quite win in in life. Speaks English with an Ukranian accent and some lines in the play in Ukrainian. Also plays JOAN, 30’s. American. A waitress in a diner who’s lived a lot and seen a lot. Major sass. AGATA – [Female, 30s] Polish. Comes to exact some revenge one night. Speaks English with a Polish accent and speaks in Polish in one scene. WOMAN, 30s, another tenant in 2012.


Bump - EPA - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Midwife: Female, 60-79, a midwife in Colonial New England. No-nonsense and stern. Lost a bit of her bedside manner over the years. Turnip: Female, 37-43, a woman on a pregnancy message board. Overwhelmed by pregnancy. Walnut: Female, 20-49, a woman on a pregnancy message board. Avocado: Female, 20-49, a woman on a pregnancy message board. YouTube Guy: Male, 18+, charismatic, YouTube/HGTV-type personality.


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


Kinky Boots - Non-Union - Singers
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Seeking:Charlie Price (Lead): Male, 25-35, Casucasian, just out of university, a really nice guy who has no clue what to do with the rest of his life; he’s handsome, lovable, but there’s a temper right under the skin; henpecked by his girlfriend and a little lost; must have a great rock belt to a Bb. Lola/Simon (Lead): Male, 30-39, African American, an emotionally and physically challenging role requires the body of a boxer, with the soul of a Diva to play this scene-stealing drag performer; must have a killer voice with power blues and gospel chops; sings to a Bb. Lola dances in very high heels and so must move well; this role calls for a star; this is the Tony Award Winning role originated by actor Billy Porter. Don (Lead): Male, 30-49, Caucasian, Lola’s nemesis; burly hyper-masculine bear of a factory worker; must have a strong pop/rock voice. George (Lead): Male, 40-59, Caucasian, factory manager keeping up traditions; reserved. Angels (Supporting): Male, 20-39, any ethnicity, 5’8” or taller; these are the six drag performers who populate The Blue Angel Nightclub; they need to be versatile, but also terrific dancers, singers and actors; this ain’t a job for no wall-flowers; tumbling, acro and tricks a plus; will be required to dance in heels; may cover principal roles; especially seeking strong tenors and tumblers. Male Ensemble (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 20-49, any ethnicity; all must at least move well and have great pop voices; to appear in the ensemble and play various roles, including: [Harry] Male, 20s – 30s, any ethnicity; a contemporary of Charlie’s but his opposite; Harry is successful, self aware and confident; also plays a delivery man, factory worker, photographer, etc; must have a good voice; may understudy Charlie; [Mister Price] male, 50s, Caucasian; Charlie’s father and owner of the shoe factory in the opening and closing sequences; also plays a pub patron, factory worker, etc for the rest of the show; must have a good voice; [Richard Bailey] male, 30s-40s, any ethnicity. Nicola’s boss; an overtly attractive and successful man; a real threat to Charlie; one of the hooligans, factory workers, etc.; must have a good voice; may cover principal roles; may understudy Charlie; [Simon Sr] male to play 40s-50s, African-American; Lola’s father; an unforgiving tower of anger; he works in the opening, and two scenes in act two; otherwise he will play the homeless man, a factory worker, etc.; must have a good voice; may cover principal roles. Male Swings (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 20-39, any ethnicity; to cover the onstage ensemble factory workers, the featured ensemble roles of the Angels, and possibly principal roles; must be terrific dancers, singers and actors; these are offstage tracks.


Kinky Boots - Non-Union - Singers
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Seeking:Charlie Price (Lead): Male, 25-35, Casucasian, just out of university, a really nice guy who has no clue what to do with the rest of his life; he’s handsome, lovable, but there’s a temper right under the skin; henpecked by his girlfriend and a little lost; must have a great rock belt to a Bb. Lola/Simon (Lead): Male, 30-39, African American, an emotionally and physically challenging role requires the body of a boxer, with the soul of a Diva to play this scene-stealing drag performer; must have a killer voice with power blues and gospel chops; sings to a Bb. Lola dances in very high heels and so must move well; this role calls for a star; this is the Tony Award Winning role originated by actor Billy Porter. Don (Lead): Male, 30-49, Caucasian, Lola’s nemesis; burly hyper-masculine bear of a factory worker; must have a strong pop/rock voice. George (Lead): Male, 40-59, Caucasian, factory manager keeping up traditions; reserved. Angels (Supporting): Male, 20-39, any ethnicity, 5’8” or taller; these are the six drag performers who populate The Blue Angel Nightclub; they need to be versatile, but also terrific dancers, singers and actors; this ain’t a job for no wall-flowers; tumbling, acro and tricks a plus; will be required to dance in heels; may cover principal roles; especially seeking strong tenors and tumblers. Male Ensemble (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 20-49, any ethnicity; all must at least move well and have great pop voices; to appear in the ensemble and play various roles, including: [Harry] Male, 20s – 30s, any ethnicity; a contemporary of Charlie’s but his opposite; Harry is successful, self aware and confident; also plays a delivery man, factory worker, photographer, etc; must have a good voice; may understudy Charlie; [Mister Price] male, 50s, Caucasian; Charlie’s father and owner of the shoe factory in the opening and closing sequences; also plays a pub patron, factory worker, etc for the rest of the show; must have a good voice; [Richard Bailey] male, 30s-40s, any ethnicity. Nicola’s boss; an overtly attractive and successful man; a real threat to Charlie; one of the hooligans, factory workers, etc.; must have a good voice; may cover principal roles; may understudy Charlie; [Simon Sr] male to play 40s-50s, African-American; Lola’s father; an unforgiving tower of anger; he works in the opening, and two scenes in act two; otherwise he will play the homeless man, a factory worker, etc.; must have a good voice; may cover principal roles. Male Swings (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 20-39, any ethnicity; to cover the onstage ensemble factory workers, the featured ensemble roles of the Angels, and possibly principal roles; must be terrific dancers, singers and actors; these are offstage tracks.


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