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October 1, 2018

NBC World of Dance Season 3
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Region: Eastern, Western, Central

Seeking:NBC’s #1 new summer show WORLD OF DANCE is casting for Season 3! After a groundbreaking first season, NBC, Executive Producer Jennifer Lopez, and the premiere dance brand, World of Dance, took Season 2 to a whole new level! Setting the stage on fire with some of the most talented and innovative dancers from across the globe! TV’s greatest dance competition is NOW CASTING the next season of amazing dancers to take the world by storm! Open to soloists, duos, trios, and groups, the best dancers on the planet will hit the stage once again to battle it out for ONE MILLION DOLLARS! Top qualifiers in four divisions; Junior, Upper, Junior Team, and Upper Team will go head to head on their quest to win it all! In the end - only one act can be crowned BEST IN THE WORLD. Register Now - www.worldofdancecasting.com


My Fair Lady - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Eliza Doolittle: Female, 20-35, a Cockney flower girl from Lison Grove working outside Covent Garden. High spirited, gutsy and proud. Very strong actress as well as singer. Excellent legit soprano. Comfortable with Cockney dialect and proper British accent. Henry Higgins: Male, 30-50, a British, upper class professional bachelor and world class phonetics expert, teacher and author. Conceited, refined and out of touch with his feelings. Very strong actor comfortable with British dialect. Baritone. Alfred P. Doolittle: Male, 40-60, comic character man. Eliza’s father who is fun loving, wise cracking and proud. He is quite a drinker and loves the ladies. Strong actor who sings and moves very well. Baritone. Colonel Hugh Pickering: Male, 40-60, a retired British officer with colonial experience. Amiable linguist and friend of Higgins who is a real gentleman. Strong character actor comfortable with British dialect. Baritone. Freddy Eynsford Hill: Male, 20-30, a spineless upper class young man who becomes completely smitten with Eliza. Comfortable with British dialect. Excellent legit tenor. Mrs. Higgins: Female, 50+, Professor Higgins’s mother. She is self-assured, wealthy, classy and elegant. She loves her son but also recognizes that he needs someone to put him down a bit. Comfortable with British dialect. Non-singing role. Mrs. Pearce: Female, 40-60, Professor Higgins’s housekeeper. She is proper, no-nonsense yet motherly. She has affection for Eliza. Comfortable with British dialect. Mezzo-soprano. Harry: Male, 25-50, a drinking companion of Doolittle. Comfortable with cockney dialect. Baritone. Jamie: Male, 25-50, a drinking companion of Doolittle. Comfortable with cockney dialect. Tenor.


Titanic - ECC - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Equity Singers Who Move Well: Males & Females, 18+, Equity singers who move well for the company of "Titantic." Featured roles including those listed below will come from this ensemble. Fleet/ Mr. Weidner/Carlson/ Stoker/ 3rd Class Passenger, 30-35, any ethnicity; the lookout, tall, physically fit actor; floating lyric tenor (hypnotic), sings up to G, but possible high C man. Isidor Straus/Officer Hitchens/3rd Class Passenger, 60’s, any ethnicity, 1st class passenger, the highest of social elite, warm legit character baritone, sings up to F. Kate Murphey/Mme. Aubert/1st Class Lifeboat Passenger, 20-30, any ethnicity, 3rd class passenger; strong actor and dancer, alto/mezzo, sings up to F#, but also possible high C. Covers Alice Beane. Kate Mullins/Mrs. Astor/Charlotte Cardoza, 20-30, any ethnicity, 3rd class passenger; strong actor, alto/mezzo, sings up to F#, but also possible high C. Ida Straus/3rd Class Passenger, 60’s, any ethnicity, calm and content member of the upper class but very down-to-earth and accepts her fate; contralto, sings up to D (an octave above middle C). Dancers: 18+, who sing extremely well for various ensemble roles in the "Titanic" Broadway Revival. All cast members play a number different of characters throughout the show. All must be strong singers as well as actors. We are actively seeking all ethnicities for all roles.


APPOINTMENTS - Evita - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Evita: Female, 18+, must be able to play ages 18 to 33 while projecting both a toughness and charisma; she is a beautiful, ambitious and power-seeking woman, who rises to become the spiritual leader of Argentina by the age of 26; she is also a woman of few options, who uses her sexuality to build power; a legit Mezzo with a clear, strong mix that can belt to a high G and sing to a low E (below middle C). Must be a passionate and strong actor who dances.


APPOINTMENTS - Things I Know to Be True - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Bob: 55-65, cis-male, father and retired auto factory worker. A family man, through and through, Bob has worked hard to provide his children the opportunities he did not have. Forced into early retirement, he meticulously tends his garden maintaining a control there he is unable to achieve with the world around it. Actor must also be comfortable with physical theater. Fran: 50-59, cis-female, mother and career senior nurse. Fran has a fierce strength to accompany her deep commitment to her family. In the wake of her husband’s early retirement, she finds herself more and more the decision maker. She’s a realist who can allow the practicalities of life to eclipse her more maternal instincts. Actor must also be comfortable with physical theater. Pip: 30-39, cis-female, the oldest child and education department administrator. She’s a mother of two in a seemingly content marriage. However, she is on the verge of pursuing happiness in a way that departs radically from the ideal life her family believes she has. Actor must also be comfortable with physical theater. Mia/Mark: 30-39, transgender female. Mia is introduced and seen for the majority of play as Mark and begins the process of transitioning to female at the start of the second act. She is the second child born and an I.T. Specialist. In most people’s eyes, Mia is the no-drama child, leading a stable, relatively uncomplicated life. But when she shares her true identity with her family, their support and understanding are put to the test. Actor must be comfortable performing as both masculine and feminine on stage and must also be comfortable with physical theater. Note: We highly encourage submission of trans or non-binary identified actors for this role. Ben: 18-29, cis-male, enjoying life as the youngest child until age 10, Ben is the apple of his mother’s eye. He has successfully forged a career in finance and leads the free-wheeling life money can bring. Ben effortlessly drops in and out of family life until shady professional decisions catch up with him. Actor must also be comfortable with physical theater. Rosie: 18+, cis-female: 19, the baby of the family who doesn’t know who she is yet or what she wants to be. She adores her family and the comfort it brings to be with them. Returning home from a foray into the outside world, she finds the family structure she’s known her entire life to be in the throes of change. Actor must also be comfortable with physical theater.


SUBMISSIONS - American Music Theatre 2018 Christmas Show, 'The First Noel' - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Male Dancer (Lead): Male, 18-50, must be versatile and athletic with experience in ballet, tap, jazz, Broadway styles, and ballroom. Partnering and acrobatic skills a plus.


The Dead, 1904 - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:Gabriel Conroy: Male, 35-55, a secondary school teacher and book reviewer. Self absorbed, reflective; cosmopolitan, thoughtful; brooding. Proud of his command of the language. A natural orator. Gretta Conroy: Female, 35-55, Gabriel's wife, a strong adroit woman who masks her inner emotions. She has a kindness and beauty about her as she moves through the room and mingles with guests and family. Towards the end of the evening as she hears a song that recalls a former love, we see a side of her that has never been revealed. Lily: Female, 18-29, maid to the Morkans. Charming, industrious – a take charge girl, like a breath of fresh air. Freddy Malins: 18+, an alcoholic friend of Gabriel. Talkative, boisterous, passionate, long-winded, and blissfully unaware of the effect his drunkenness has on those around him. Miss Daly: 25-45, a delightful woman; must play the piano and violin very well. Bartell D'Arcy: 30-59, a famous tenor in the Dublin of 1904. A diva: he can be conceited and prickly when he feels slighted; Sensitive. He owns a rich beautiful voice and when he sings, all eyes are upon him. Requires some ballroom dancing skills.


APPOINTMENTS - A Christmas Carol - Actors
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Seeking:Young & Mature Scrooge/Ghost of Christmas Future: Male, mid-late 20s; Young Scrooge is a teenage apprentice playing with friends and falling in love with Belle; later, he is seduced by the lure of money and financial security and must leave her behind; seeking a classically trained actor, with a strong voice, stage presence and emotional range; doubles as Christmas Future; who has a scary stillness to him; ability to manipulate a large costume necessary. Ghost of Christmas Past/Mrs. Peake: Female, mid 20s-early 40s; seeking an actor of color; Christmas Past is a spritely and wise spirit who takes Scrooge on a tour of his past life and choices; seeking a classically trained actor with a strong voice and strong movement background; doubles as Mrs. Peake, an older housekeeper, so actors must have the ability to age-up credibly at the end of play. Fred/As Cast: Male, 18+,30s; Fred is Scrooge's nephew; he is eternally cheery and optimistic; he embraces and embodies the generous spirit of the holidays; seeking a classically trained actor with a strong voice and great charisma onstage; As Cast covers participation in the ensemble throughout the play.


City Center Encores! 2019 Season - ECC -Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Male Singers (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 20-47, characters are early 20s to mid-40s. The singing ensemble will play various step-out roles in all three shows. Seeking singers of all types, ages, and vocal ranges. See breakdown for more info on season. Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to attend. Female Singers (Chorus / Ensemble): Female, 20-47, characters are early 20s to mid-40s. The singing ensemble will play various step-out roles in all three shows. Seeking singers of all types, ages, and vocal ranges. "I Married an Angel" requires major legit sopranos to play beautiful ethereal angels. See breakdown for more info on season. Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to attend. Male Dancers (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 20-39, characters are early 20s–30s. Seeking strong athletic dancers for all three shows. All men must have strong ballet, jazz technique and must tap. Must sing well. See breakdown for more info on season. Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to attend. 2019 SEASON NOTE: The landmark New York City Center 75th Anniversary Season will pay tribute to the institution’s past and celebrate its dynamic role in the arts today. The Encores! Series presents fully staged concert versions of rarely produced American musicals. All performances will be at City Center. They include a full orchestra and chorus. Encores! City Center is seriously committed to an entirely diverse cast for each of the productions of the 2019 Season. Show #1 CALL ME MADAM Music and Lyrics by: Irving Berlin Book by: Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse Concert adaptation by: Bill Russell and Charles Repole Director: Casey Hushion Choreographer: Denis Jones Musical Director: Rob Berman Rehearsal: 1/22/18 Open: 2/6/18 Close: 2/10/18 NOTE: CALL ME MADAM originally opened on Broadway in 1950. A satire on politics and foreign policy that spoofs America's penchant for lending billions of dollars to needy countries, it centers on Sally Adams, a well-meaning but ill-informed socialite widow who is appointed United States Ambassador to the fictional European country of Lichtenburg. While there, she charms the local gentry, especially Cosmo Constantine, while her press attaché Kenneth Gibson falls in love with  Princess Maria. While still set in the Truman administration, the production will bring a fresh take on this political satire. ________________________________________ Show #2: I MARRIED AN ANGEL Music by: Richard Rogers Lyrics by: Lorenz Hart Book by: Richard Rogers and Lorenz Hart Director/Choreographer: Josh Bergasse Musical Director: Rob Fisher Rehearsal: 3/5/18 Open: 3/20/18 Close: 3/24/18 NOTE: I MARRIED AN ANGEL originally opened on Broadway in 1938. Originally starred famous ballerina Vera Zorina. Set in Budapest, Hungary, in the late 30s, the story centers on a wealthy banker, Count Willie Palaffi, is love-weary. He ends his engagement to Anna Murphy, swearing that the only girl he could marry would be an angel. A real angel soon flies into his life, and he marries her. It turns out, however, that she is free of the human failings that permit people to tolerate each other. In particular, she is unable to fib. Her honesty alienates Willie's high society acquaintances and his biggest customer and causes a run on the bank. His sister, Countess Palaffi, saves the day by teaching the angel about the real world. She also bribes taxi drivers to make Willie's creditors late, so that he has time to save his bank. Willie and his now Earthier angel live happily ever after. All actors must have experience in high style witty romantic comedy. ________________________________________ Show#3                                                                                                                                               HIGH BUTTON SHOES Music by: Jule Styne Lyrics by: Sammy Cahn Book by: George Abbott and Stephen Longstreet Director: TBD Choreographer: TBD Musical Director: Rob Berman Rehearsal: 4/23/18 Open: 5/8/18 Close: 5/12/18                                                                                                                                     Note: HIGH BUTTON SHOES originally opened on Broadway in 1947, starring Phil Silvers and Nannette Fabray. Set in 1913, the musical follows con artist Harrison Floy back to his hometown of New Brunswick, NJ, his latest hideaway after being run out of every other town he's set foot in. The honest folks of New Brunswick welcome the flimflam man home with open arms. There he bamboozles Mr. and Mrs. Longstreet out of some money by running a shady property development deal. Once discovered, the wacky chase to catch Floy brings everyone to Atlantic City before the conman loses all on a football game.


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