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February 1, 2019

Broadway Sacramento At Music Circus 2019 Season - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:Equity Ensemble Male Singers (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 18+, all voice types; most will be expected to move very well. Equity Ensemble Female Singers (Chorus / Ensemble): Female, 18+, all voice types. most will be expected to move very well. Equity Ensemble Dancers: Males & Females, 18+, we are seeking dancers that excel in ballet, jazz, and/or tap; acro/tumbling is a plus.   “Shrek The Musical”  Shrek: 30-40. A green ogre, Shrek is happy to live his life alone. When his swamp is overrun with banished Fairytale creatures, he goes on a journey to rescue Princess Fiona in exchange for the restoration of his solitude. Cranky, gross, and guarded, Shrek eventually learns to accept friendship, love, and himself. Sings “Who I’d Be,” “When Words Fail,” and “Build A Wall,” high baritone (A2 – G#4). Princess Fiona: 25-35. Locked away in a tower, Fiona longs to be rescued by her prince when Shrek and Donkey show up to deliver her to Lord Farquaad. Quirky, blunt, and beautiful, Fiona has a secret that she is afraid to reveal. Through her journey with Shrek and Donkey, she finds her true self and true love: Shrek. Sings “I Know It’s Today,” “This is How a Dream Comes True” and “Morning Person!” mezzo-soprano with belt (F3 – F#5). Donkey: 25-35. Big-hearted Donkey is the ultimate sidekick (Despite his incessant chatter). Donkey invites himself to join the journey to rescue Princess Fiona, eventually winning Shrek’s friendship. Ever energetic and quick with a quip, he is happy to make jokes at anyone’s expense (including his own). Must be an excellent comedian. Sings “Don’t Let Me Go,” “Forever,” and “Travel Song,” tenor (C#3 – B4). Lord Farquaad: 35-45.Arrogant and egotistical, Lord Farquaad suffers from a serious Napoleon complex. Desperate to become King of Duloc, he must marry Princess Fiona to overcome his shortcomings and qualify for the throne. A judgmental, pint-sized perfectionist, he likes the kind of social order that can only be found in a good choreographed dance number. Sings “What’s Up, Duloc?” and “The Ballad of Farquaad,” high baritone (B2 – G4). Pinocchio: 25-30. Self-appointed spokesperson of Duloc’s banished Fairytale characters, Pinocchio is a wooden marionette that wants to be a real boy. His problem with telling the truth is as clear as the nose on his face. Sassy and angry, he eventually comes to accept himself and peers, and fights back against the oppressive Farquaad regime. Sings “Story of My Life” and “Freak Flag,” male falsetto (E4 – F#4). “Oklahoma!”  Curly: 20-30.A rugged and confident cowboy, Curly is the most handsome man in the county and knows it. His ego prevents him from confessing his affection for Laurey until Jud’s threats prompt him to exchange all he owns for love. Sings “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’,” “The Surrey with the Fringe on Top,” and “People Will Say We’re in Love,” high baritone (C#3 – F#4). Laurey: 20-30. Smart and defiant, Laurey is an independent farm girl transitioning into womanhood. Raised by her Aunt Eller, Laurey is caught between her love of the aloof Curly and the unwanted solicitations of her farmhand, Jud. Sings “Many a New Day,” and “People Will Say We’re in Love,” soprano (D4 – A5). Aunt Eller: 50-65. Strong yet sweet, Aunt Eller is the town’s matriarch and loving guardian of her niece, Laurey. Both grounded and optimistic, the stalwart Eller has no appetite for idleness or airs. Sings in “The Farmer and the Cowman,”alto (F3 – F4). Ado Annie: Mid-20s. Ado Annie is unapologetic and carefree about what she wants, and what she wants is a husband. Ever the good time gal, Ado Annie can’t decide between the overtures of sweet-talking salesman, Ali Hakim, or simple, hometown cowboy, Will Parker. Sings in “I Cain’t Say No” and “All Er Nothin’,” mezzo-soprano with belt (C4 – E5). Will Parker: Late 20’s. Will Parker’s agility begins and ends in the rodeo ring. Strong and enthusiastic, what he lacks in intelligence he makes up for in good-natured charm. Neither Ali Hakim or Pop Carnes can keep Will away from the apple of his eye, Ado Annie. Sings in “Kansas City” and “All Er Nothin’,” baritone (D3 – F4). Ali Hakim: 30-40.A somewhat exotic and silver-tongued traveling salesman, Ali Hakim has swept Ado Annie off her feet. The kind of guy with a girl in every town, he scrambles to dodge Ado’s affections and her father’s shotgun, and resume his Casanova-esque exploits. Baritone (D3 – D4). Jud: 30s. An outsider, Jud is the hired hand on Laurey and Aunt Eller’s farm. His romantic interest in Laurey is unwelcome, as his intense, brooding nature scares her. Jud’s darkest inclinations are exposed by Curly’s challenge and Laurey’s rejection. Sings, “Pore Jud is Daid” and “Lonely Room,” baritone (D3 – C#4). Cord Elam: 40-50. Cord is the Federal Marshall in town and oversees Curly’s trial. Inexperienced in exercising his authority, he is quickly sidestepped by Aunt Eller and Andrew Carnes. Ike Skidmore: 40-50. One of the town elders, Ike owns the ranch where the Box Social takes place. Sings in “Oklahoma.” Andrew ‘Papa’ Carnes: 50-60. Protective father and farmer, Carnes is convinced cowman Will Parker doesn’t deserve his daughter, Ado Annie. Traveling salesman Ali Hakim, by comparison, seems to be a far better choice, but requires some convincing with a nudge from Carnes’ shotgun. Sings in “The Farmer and the Cowboy,” baritone (F3 – F4). “The Drowsy Chaperone” Man In Chair: 40s. The Man is a shy recluse with a touch of the blues. To cheer himself, he turns to the only remedy he knows: Playing one of his favorite musical records, The Drowsy Chaperone, and narrating along with his unique insights and color commentary. He is a great, albeit opinionated, storyteller with a very matter-of-fact demeanor and dry sense of humor. Sings “As We Stumble Along,” baritone (G2 – C4). Mrs.. Tottendale: 45-60. Mrs. Tottendale, a wealthy and somewhat clueless widow, is hosting the wedding of young socialites Janet and Robert at her estate. Eccentric, absent-minded, and sweetly disposed toward making bad analogies and horrible puns. Must move well. Sings “Fancy Dress” and “Love Is Always Lovely,” alto (F3 – Db5). Underling: 50s. Loyal and patient, the Underling manages Mrs. Tottendale’s house and her. He is always ready with a compliment for his boss because he is in love with her. He is your typical British manservant with a stoic presence, dry humor, and sarcastic tone. Tap dancer. Sings “Fancy Dress” and “Love is Always Lovely,” high baritone (Ab2 – Gb4). Janet Van De Graaf: 30s.Headliner of the Feldzieg Follies, Janet has decided to leave stardom for married life with Robert Martin. The always beautiful, center of attention Janet struggles with her choice, but eventually acquiesces to a life offstage. Must be a strong dancer. Sings “Show Off,” “Accident Waiting to Happen,” and “Bride’s Lament,” mezzo-soprano with belt (Ab3 – F5). Robert Martin: 30-40.Robert is the traditional matinee idol: handsome, debonair, and a little slow on the uptake. He is always cheerful, bright, and in love with Janet. Must be a strong dancer who taps and roller skates. Sings, “Seize The Day,” and “Watch What Happens,” tenor (A2 – Ab4). George: 30-40.George is Robert’s best man, loyal friend, and stereotypical sidekick. George, having planned the entire wedding affair, nervously frets over every last event detail. Must be a strong tap dancer. Sings “Cold Feets,” tenor (A2 – Bb4). Feldzieg: 40-50. The producer of the Feldzieg Follies, Feldzieg is worried about losing his star, Janet. He will do anything to stop her wedding, even putting into motion a plan of his own. He is nervous, excitable and impatient. Must move well. Sings, “Fancy Dress,” and “Toledo Surprise,” baritone (C3 – F4).  Kitty: 25-35. A typical ditzy, 1920’s blonde chorus girl, Kitty is Feldzieg’s companion to the wedding. Her delusions of grandeur have her convinced that she’s the best candidate to replace Janet as the star of the Follies. Strong dancer. Sings, “Toledo Surprise,” and “Message from A Nightingale,” alto (Bb3 – Db5). Gangster #1 & #2: 30-40. The gangsters are two brothers posing as pastry chefs. They are the stereo-typical 1920’s Broadway gangsters, complete with accents, puns, and physical gags. Both must have solid comedic timing and be strong dancers. Sing, “Toledo Surprise,” tenors (Bb2 – Gb4). Aldolpho: 40s. A Latin Lover of ladies and adult libations, Aldolpho has no problem reminding you of his qualities. His narcissism makes him both a swaggering lothario and exaggerated buffoon. He is a sillier version of Rudolph Valentino with a vaudeville style of acting and a fake Spanish/Italian accent. Must move well. Sings, “Aldolpho,” high baritone (A#2 – G4). The Drowsy Chaperone: 40-50. The ultimate diva, the Chaperone is Janet’s alcoholic confidante. She is a woman of broad life experience that cares little of what other’s think of her. Melodramatic and over-the-top, she chews the scenery and steals every scene. Great comedic timing is necessary and must move well. Sings, “As We Stumble Along,” “Aldolpho,” and “Message From a Nightingale,” alto (F3 – E5). Trix: 35-45. A pioneering pilot, Trix commands attention with her brave aerial feats and big Broadway-style belt. She’s a take-charge gal and presides over the wedding. Must move well. Sings, “I Do I Do In the Sky,” alto (F#3 – D5). “Guys And Dolls” Sky Masterson: 30-45.Sky is your quintessential slick Broadway gambler. He is suave, smart, and handsome, and his luck never runs out. He can handle himself in any situation until he falls for Sarah Brown. Despite his moral failings, he is charming and likable. Sings “I’ll Know,” “My Time of Day,” and “Luck Be A Lady,” baritone (Bb2 – Eb4). Sarah Brown: 20-30.Sarah is the pretty Sergeant of Arms of the local Save-A-Soul Mission. She is idealistic and believes she can convert the gambling sinners of Runyonland with her kind-heart and good will. Straitlaced and sheltered, she also has a hidden adventurous spirit that’s exposed when she falls for Sky. Sings “I’ll Know,” “If I Were A Bell,” and “Marry the Man Today,” soprano (Bb3 – Ab5). Nathan Detroit: 35-45.A good-hearted opportunist, the ever-gambling Nathan Detroit runs the Runyonland crap game. An underworld workaholic, his devotion to the game prevents him from making an honest woman out of his beloved Adelaide. Nathan is a lovable, funny rogue, perpetually chasing the next great take. Great comedic timing is essential. Sings “The Oldest Established,” “Sue Me,” and “Happy Ending,” baritone (D3 – F4). Miss Adelaide: 30-40. The lead performer at the Hot Box nightclub, Adelaide’s only aspiration is to marry Nathan Detroit. Obsessed with fulfilling the false promises she’s made her mother, she has literally worried herself sick. Despite her cold, Adelaide is stubborn and won’t rest until she and Nathan have settled down. Sings “Bushel and A Peck,” “Adelaide’s Lament,” and “Marry the Man Today” among others, alto (Ab3 – Eb5). Nicely-Nicely Johnson: 35-45. Just like his name suggests, Nicely-Nicely is the nicest gambler of Runyonland. Perpetually enthusiastic, always genuine and oftentimes naïve, Nicely is Nathan’s best and loyal friend. He should have great comedic timing. Sings, “Fugue For Tinhorns,” and “Guys and Dolls,” baritone (D3 – D4). Benny Southstreet: 35-45. Often paired with Nicely in their misadventures, Benny is another of Nathan’s right hand men. He can be a little brash and is farther down the pecking order among his gambling buddies. A great comedian is necessary. Sings ““Fugue For Tinhorns,” and “Guys and Dolls,” tenor (Db3 – G4). Arvide Abernathy: 60s. Sarah’s grandfather and fellow missionary, he cares for her deeply and wants the best for her. A warm, soft soul, Arvide sees the best in everyone, at the expense of being a bit gullible. He plays the bass drum in the Save-A-Soul Mission band. Sings, “More I Cannot Wish You,” baritone (D3 – D4). Lt. Brannigan: 40-50. A New York City Police Officer, the hard-nosed, no nonsense Brannigan is on the Runyonland beat and hell bent on catching Nathan Detroit and his gambling cohorts in the act. Big Jule: 40-50.A Chicago gambler of significant size (Literally and figuratively), Big Jule towers over every crap game in his quest to win. He rolls into Runyonland to score big, and won’t allow the game to end until he does. Harry The Horse: 35-45. Sidekick and mouthpiece to Big Jule, Harry is complicit and aids in his cheating. Among gamblers, he is a man of his word… As long as it serves him or his. Angie The Ox: 40s. Another of Nathan’s gambling cronies, Angie’s nickname has origins in his physical attributes. General Cartwright: 50-60. A formidable force, General Matilda B. Cartwright is the regional director of the Save-A-Soul Mission. She is authoritative by the book but reveals a softer side when inspired by Nicely’s confession. Sings in “Sit Down, You’re Rocking the Boat.” “The Wiz” Dorothy: Late teens, early 20’s. Wide-eyed Dorothy’s youthful defiance exasperates her loving Aunt Em. When a tornado whisks her off to the Land of Oz, Dorothy realizes how much she misses her family and Kansas. She journeys home down the Yellow Brick Road, where along the way she meets and befriends the Scarecrow, Tinman and Lion. All four seek solutions from the Wiz, only to learn that the answers to life’s questions come from within. Must be a strong mover. Sings extensively throughout, including “Soon As I Get Home,” “Ease on Down the Road,” “Be A Lion,” and “Home,” (G3 – G5) high belt. Scarecrow: 25-35.Stuck on a pole in a cornfield along the Yellow Brick Road, all the Scarecrow wants is to be free and get a brain. Dorothy’s first real friend in Oz, he journeys with her to learn that his hay-stuffed head has nothing to do with his inherent, undeniable intelligence. Must be a strong mover and agile physical performer.Sings, “ I Was Born on the Day Before Yesterday,” and “Ease on Down the Road,” tenor (A2 – A4). Tinman: 30-40.A witch’s curse has left the Tinman a heap of hollow metal and without a heart. He joins Dorothy to see the Wiz, in the hope of getting a heart and feeling human again. With his axe at the ready, Tinman bravely defends his friends after his oiled joints allow him to move. Must tap dance. Sings “Slide Some Oil To Me,” and “What Would I Do If I Could Feel,” tenor (C3 – A4). Lion: 35-45. The last of Dorothy’s friends met on the Yellow Brick Road, the Lion defies all stereotypes when the King of the Jungle is exposed as a scaredy-cat. He joins the journey to Oz in pursuit of some courage. Through his new friendships, the Lion learns to face his fears and muster his inner strength. Must be a strong mover. Sings “(I’m a) Mean Ole Lion,” and “Be A Lion,” high baritone (G2 – Bb4). Addaperle: 35-45.The Good Witch of the North, Addaperle is flashy, scatterbrained, and bad at magic. She is good at advice and knows more than she lets on. Addaperle fits Dorothy in the Wicked Witch of the East’s magical silver slippers and sends her on her way down the Yellow Brick Road to meet the Wiz. Sings, “He’s the Wiz,”alto (F3 – C5). The Wiz: 35-45. The Wiz is the all-powerful leader of Oz, who Dorothy and her friends believe can grant their wishes. A conman, the Wiz is originally from Nebraska and landed in Oz randomly just like Dorothy. He eventually leaves Oz when he realizes being all-powerful is not all that it’s cracked up to be. Sings, “So You Wanted to Meet the Wizard,” and “Y’All Got It?,” tenor (C3 – A4). Evillene: 35-45.Evillene, the Wicked Witch of the West, redefines mean and has a belting voice to match. She is irritable, demanding, and afraid of water. Evillene keeps the Winkies as her slaves and kidnaps Dorothy and her friends so that she can get back her sister’s silver slippers. Sings “No Bad News,” alto (G3 – Db4).  Glinda: 30-40.The Good Witch of the South, Glinda arrives just in time to help Dorothy get home. Beautiful and reassuring, Glinda puts others at ease with her calming nature, power, and wisdom. Sings “A Rested Body,” and “If You Believe (Reprise),” alto (F3 – D5). “In The Heights” Usnavi 25-35.Usnavi lives in Washington Heights and runs his deceased parent’s Bodega. Raised by Abuela Claudia, he longs to return to the Dominican Republic. Usnavi is always looking out for others but has bigger aspirations. He longs for Vanessa but has a hard time showing his true feelings. After coming into some money, he decides to return to the DR until he finally realizes Washington Heights is home. He speaks Spanish and rapping ability necessary. Sings “In the Heights,”“96,000,” and “Hundreds of Stories,” high baritone (A2 – A4). Nina: 20-25.Brilliant and hardworking, Nina’s first year at Stanford left her humbled and unsure of herself. The pride of the neighborhood, Nina tells no one that she is not returning to college. While home, she reconnects with Benny and the two quickly fall for each other, causing her parents, Kevin and Camilla, concern. Nina eventually regains her confident spirit and agrees to return to college after her father sells his Taxi company to pay for her education. Speaks Spanish. Sings “Breathe,” “When Your Home,” and “Everything I Know,” mezzo-soprano with belt (F3 – F5). Benny: 20-30. A good kid from the neighborhood, Benny is Usnavi’s best friend and, as a good wingman, helps him score a date with Vanessa. He has worked for Kevin and Camilla at Rosario’s Taxi Service since he was a young man and is considered a part of the family until he begins dating their daughter, Nina. She and Benny begin a relationship that threatens his job and eventually pushes him to start his own business. Sings, “When You’re Home,” “Sunrise,” and “When the Sun Goes Down,” high baritone (Bb2 – Ab4). Vanessa: 20-25. An ambitious dreamer, Vanessa works at Daniela’s salon to save enough money to leave the barrio and move downtown. Unfortunately, life and her alcoholic mother keep dragging her down. She is beautiful and all the boys want her, but Vanessa just wants to be treated with respect. Her reciprocation of Usnavi’s interest is overlooked due to his insecurity. Speaks Spanish. Sings “It Won’t Be Long Now,” and “Champagne,” high belt (F#3 – E5). Abuela Claudia: 55-65. A Cuban immigrant, Claudia and her mother came to the U.S. to find work and a better life, but only found the former. Claudia is the beloved neighborhood matriarch, and takes care of everyone with compassion, wisdom and devotion. When Claudia wins the lottery, her dream of returning home becomes a reality but it may be too late. Speaks Spanish. Sings “Paciencia y Fe,” and “Hundreds of Stories,” alto (Eb3 – C5). Sonny: Late teens. Usnavi’s younger cousin, Sonny was also raised by Claudia. He is young and a smart aleck, who always has the perfect dry quip to match any situation. Dominican by birth, Sonny is tough and street-smart but also cares deeply about his loved-ones and the neighborhood. Speaks Spanish. Sings in “96,000” and “It Won’t Be Long Now,” tenor (A3 – Bb4). Kevin: 40-50. Kevin is the Puerto Rican owner of Rosario’s Taxi Dispatch, which he runs with his wife Camila. He is hard working and overprotective of his daughter, Nina. Kevin is very proud and has made many sacrifices for his family but he makes the largest one when he finds his daughter unable to afford college. Sings, “Inútil,” and “Atención,” baritone (C3 – F4). Camila: 40-50. Camila is the strong-willed wife and business partner to Kevin, and mother to Nina. She typically defers to Kevin, but steps up to voice her opinion when their family’s future is in on the line. Speaks Spanish. Sings, “Enough,” alto (G3 – D5). Daniela: 35-45. Daniela is the Puerto Rican owner of the neighborhood salon and gets her chisme and coffee every morning from Usnavi’s bodega. She knows everything that is going on in the barrio. Her tough-as-painted-nails exterior disguises the generous spirit revealed in her support of employee Vanessa. Speaks Spanish. Sings “No Me Diga” and “Carnaval del Barrio,” alto (A3 – C5). Carla: 25-35. Carla is Daniela’s good friend and right hand in the beauty shop. She is upbeat and a bit dense, in addition to being very sweet and religious. Speaks Spanish. Sings, “No Me Diga,” and “Carnaval del Barrio,” alto (A3 – D5). Graffiti Pete: 20-30. Pete is the local barrio graffiti artist. He lives in the shadows in order to practice his larger than life art. It’s later revealed that his heart is equally as large. Break-dancing ability necessary. Baritone (A3 – D4).


Flat Rock Playhouse 2019 Season - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:Male Singers & Dancers (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 18+, ensemble characters are all ethnicities, age 18+, the heartbeat of The Heights. The ensemble acts as our Greek chorus in the play. Performers with extraordinary dance abilities. Hip-hop and Latin dance experience required. Piragua Guy: male, Latin X, age 30-50s. Charming, friendly, and devoted to what he does. He walks the hot and humid streets of Washington Heights selling piraguas (flavored ice shavings) to earn a living and he does it with the outmost pride. He represents the rhythms of the Caribbean in the big city. Female Singers & Dancers (Chorus / Ensemble): Female, 18+, ensemble characters are all ethnicities, age 18+, the heartbeat of The Heights. The ensemble acts as our Greek chorus in the play. Performers with extraordinary dance abilities. Hip-hop and Latin dance experience required.


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Seeking:Sephronia: Female, 30-49, play states: “Her skin is yellow. She is of a softer disposition because that is what her hair type and skin color warrant. She’s never been dark enough to cause offense, but she’s just light enough to offend herself at times. She’s the painful reminder that she is a child of violence. She’s not light enough to be white nor dark enough to be black leading to an inescapable purgatory. She’s joined the Civil Rights Movement hoping this will make her black enough and create an acceptance. Her mother doesn’t understand her and her father’s disowned her. Her mother holds her accountable for why she wasn’t able to find a man of her own. She’s opened her heart to many men who’ve made her empty promises. She is a D minor key, the saddest of them all.”


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Seeking:The Chanteuses: Female, 18+, four females; featured quartet of spectacularly gifted female singers with strong acting skills; powerhouse vocalists who will reinterpret Ellington compositions from the POV of 21st century empowered womanhood; vocal range: G flat below middle C to C an octave above middle C; African-American – sultry, rich and refined; African-American – worldly and spirited; Latina – clever, bright, intelligent; White – smart, cagey, graceful. The Sophistications: Female, 18+, one featured female singer – tapper, dignified and elegant; second featured female singer – tapper, lively and spirited; third featured female singer – tapper, courageous and animated. Male Performers: Male, 18+, The Raconteur: strong vocalist who can tell a good story; gift of gab; vocal range: F below middle C to B flat above middle C; The Danseur: featured male singer with exceptional tap ability; The jazzbo: fun-loving, sportin’ life type; vocal range: C below middle C to F above middle C


Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival 2019 Season - ECC - Singers
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Seeking:“Grease” Sandy: (female, late teens to mid 20’s) New girl in town. Sweet, wholesome, naïve, cute and innocent. A “Sandra Dee” type. Strong singer/dancer. Vocal: A3 – F5. All ethnicities encouraged. The “Pink Ladies” :The club-jacketed, gum-chewing, hip-swinging girls’ gang that hangs around with the “T-Birds”. Rizzo: (female, late teens to mid 20’s) Leader of the “Pink Ladies”. Tough, sarcastic and outspoken but vulnerable with unconventional good looks. Strong singer/dancer. Vocal: A3 – C5. All ethnicities encouraged. Frenchy: (female, late teens to mid 20’s) A dreamer. Good natured. A loyal friend. Can’t wait to finish high school so she can be a beautician. Strong singer/dancer. Vocal: A3 – D5. All ethnicities encouraged. Marty: (female, late teens to mid 20’s) The “beauty” of the Pink Ladies. Pretty, looks older than the other girls, but betrays her real age when she opens her mouth. Tries to act sophisticated. Strong singer/dancer. Vocal: C4 – C5. 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Vince Fontaine: (Early 30’s to early 40’s) Typical “teen audience” radio disc jockey. Slick, egotistical, fast-talking. A veteran “greaser.” Strong singer/mover. Vocal: flexible – bari/tenor. All ethnicities encouraged. Johnny Casino/Teen Angel: played by same actor. (early to late 20’s); Johnny Casino: “greaser” student at Rydell who leads a rock and roll band and likes to think of himself as a real rock “n” roll idol. Vocal: G4 – E5. All ethnicities encouraged. Teen Angel: Good looking, falsetto voiced, matinee idol type. Singer who would have caused girls to scream and riot back in 1958. Vocal: E4 – F#5. All ethnicities encouraged. Miss Lynch: (mid 30’s – early 50’s) A no-nonsense, serious, old maid English teacher. Strong comedienne. Must play “drunk” well. Sings “It’s Raining on Prom Night”. V Vocal: A3 – C5. All ethnicities encouraged. __________________ “Grand Hotel” Otto Kringelein: late 40s-early 50’s. A terminally ill bookkeeper from the small town life looking to live life to the fullest in his remaining time. Charming, joyous, lovable, generous, and grateful. Tenor. Baron Felix Von Gaigern: late 20s. The picture of debonair. Dashing, charming, and optimistic but flat broke. Seeking his own legacy. A good guy who lives and loves fast, living in the now. Passionate and romantic, falls in love with Grushinskaya. Tenor. Hermann Preysing: mid 50’s. General Director of a large textile mill. Disillusioned by money and terrified of losing his life style. He cheats, lies, and manipulates to get what he wants. Baritone. Colonel-Doctor Otternschlag: 60’s. Wounded by gas and shrapnel in WW1, he is a cynical, tortured, and ruined man. Omnipotent and functions as the narrator of the piece. The character has only one eye, and one leg is missing/paralyzed. Character baritone. Erik: mid 20’s. The assistant concierge who is deeply loyal and expecting the birth of his son any day. He struggles between making a living for his growing family and being present in his family’s daily life, working long hours to provide. Eager to start a family. Intelligent, ambitious, devoted. Baritone. Zinnowitz: mid to late 40’s. A Berlin lawyer. The secretary for the textile mill company under Preysing's direction. Encourages Preysing to lie. Ambitious, greedy, and willing to do whatever it takes. Baritone. Flaemmchen: early to mid 20’s. A pretty girl with moxie just off the bus with dreams of Hollywood. Constantly in conflict between her ambition and her morals. She is charming, gamine, flirtatious, and has great sex appeal. Strong dancer or mover. Alto with Belt. Elizaveta Grushinskaya: mid to late 40’s. The still-beautiful and enchanting, world famous, Russian Prima Ballerina constantly proclaiming her last performance. Hanging on to her old life and identity as a superstar, feeling old and irrelevant until she is revived by the young Baron's love. Demands only the best from herself and for her fans, extremely hard on herself. Ballet experience a plus. Mezzo. Raffaela: late 30’s to early 40’s. Confidante, secretary, and Elizaveta's long time dresser. Secretly longing for and in love with Grushinskaya- deeply devoted and fiercely protective of her. Hardworking, reliable, and smart. Mezzo. ________________ ‘South Pacific" Ensign Nellie Forbush (US Navy): Female Identified, 20s. A spirited, young nurse from Little Rock, Arkansas, who falls in love with Emile. Optimistic, creative, hard working and adventurous, she considers herself open and liberal but discovers closely held prejudices she did not know she had. Emile De Becque: Male Identified, 40s-early 50s. A wealthy, older French plantation owner. Though he killed a man while living in France as a young man, he is charming, sophisticated, and fiercely principled. Struggles with his sense of duty and with what he owes to the world around him. Lt. Joseph Cable (USMC): Male Identified, 20’s: A very intelligent officer, Cable is newly arrived to the island. While he has actually seen action in the war and been part of dangerous missions, he is still naive in many ways. When he falls in love with Liat he must grapple with his privilege and prejudice. Bloody Mary: Female Identified, Asian Pacific Islander. Mid 30’s to 50’s. A cunning merchant who sells souvenirs to the American sailors. Able to play off of the American’s expectations of her in order to get the upper hand. She is nobody’s fool. Cares passionately for her daughter Liat, who she thinks can find a better life with a rich American. Liat: Female Identified, Asian Pacific Islander, 18-early 20s. Bloody Mary’s daughter who falls in love with Lt Cable. Though their courtship is quick there is a real chemistry between the two of them. Must be excellent at communicating non-verbally as she and Cable do not share a common oral language. Luther Billis: Male Identified, 20’s-30s. A constant schemer, with little respect for authority. Most comfortable as a clown for his fellow sailors, he is also a cunning entrepreneur with several Island businesses running on the side and soft spot for Nellie. Capt. George Brackett (US Navy): Male Identified 40s-50’s The commanding officer on the island, his self importance hides a heart of gold. Does not sing. Cmdr. William Harbison (US Navy): Male identified 30’s-50s. The hot-headed second in command to Brackett. Does not sing. ____________________ “Working” Seeking male and female identified principal actors of all ages to play multiple roles in an ensemble–driven production of WORKING. A core company of 12 will portray the many roles and features in this musical. Seeking excellent actor/singers who move very well, are magnetic storytellers and strong, versatile singers. Characters Ages 18 – 60. ___________________ “Loch Ness: A New Musical” Haley Westerbrook: (female, 12) Lead. Daughter of Dr. Westerbrook and Annabel. A deeply intelligent, stubborn and capricious twelve-year-old girl struggling with an enormous personal loss. She hides her fear of the unknown behind a mask of unflappable courage - also extremely adept at the sarcastic barb. British accent. Very vocally and physically demanding role, with 6-8 songs and lots of jumping, climbing, and puppet riding. Seeking actors of all ethnicities between the ages of 11 and 13. Dr. Thomas Westerbrook: (male, 40’s) Lead. Father of Haley, husband of Annabel. A marine research scientist and obsessive workaholic who is determined to start putting family first, Dr. Westerbrook has the drive to be a first rate father, but lacks the patience and listening skills to succeed. Though he struggles to manage a daughter who matches him in intelligence and surpasses him in stubbornness, at his core he’s driven by his unconditional love for her. Seeking all ethnicities. British accent. Bari-tenor to A. Good mover – as with all roles will occasionally puppeteer and serve in the storytelling Ensemble. Lady Leana Callaghan: (female, 30’s – 40’s) Lead. Dr. Westerbrook’s benefactor – a wealthy heiress obsessed with finding the Loch Ness Monster. Strong-willed, stubborn, and occasionally manipulative, Callaghan compensates for her insecurities and sense of isolation by employing ruthless tactics. Scottish accent. Strong belt up to D. Good mover – as with all roles will occasionally puppeteer and serve in the storytelling Ensemble. Nessie: (female, 20’s – 40’s) Lead. The Loch Ness Monster. A hopeful dreamer disguised as an aggressive hermit, after a lifetime of tragedy and loss Nessie has learned that isolation from the world is the only means of survival. Nessie is as playful as she is volatile as she is vulnerable. Seeking all ethnicities. Strong Scottish accent. Mezzo with strong mix/belt. Extremely physical role – puppeteering the entire show, and also part of the storytelling Ensemble. Captain CJ: (male, 30’s – 40’s) Supporting. Captain of Dr. Westerbrook’s research vessel. A mercenary, he makes a display of being untrusting and money-motivated, though in truth he cares for his co-workers more than he’d like to let on. He’s dry, sarcastic, and enjoys making jokes at others’ expense. Seeking all ethnicities. Cockney accent. Tenor, strong singer and comedic actor. Great mover – very involved in storytelling Ensemble. Annabel Westerbrook: (30’s – 40’s) Supporting. Haley’s mother and Dr. Westerbrook’s wife. A storyteller by nature, Annabel is fanciful, understanding, and comfortable with the unknown. In other words, she’s an awesome mom with an excellent bedside manner – though she’s hiding some truths from her daughter. Scottish accent. Soprano who will sing in Gaelic. Good mover - very involved in storytelling Ensemble. The Oiler: (male, 30’s – 40’s) Supporting. A hired hand on board Dr. Westerbrook’s research vessel. A champion of uncertainty, he speaks only in riddles and takes peculiar actions in order to promote his image as the ultimate mysterious entity. Scottish accent. Seeking strong comic actor and phenomenal dancer. Baritenor. Very involved in storytelling Ensemble. Mr. Ogilvie: (male, 30’s – 50’s) Supporting. The executor of Callaghan’s parents’ estate. Extremely dry, extremely judgmental, while trying and failing to maintain his extreme professionalism. Seeking all ethnicities. Scottish accent. Strong deadpan actor and great mover. Any voice type. Very involved in storytelling Ensemble.


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Seeking:Beauty and the Beast - Live on Stage: 18+, dancers - male and female dancers who have strong ballet technique and are well versed in musical theatre style dance; acting ability a plus; must be able to lip synch. Females 5'7"-5'10 and males 5'10"-6'2". Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire: 18+, dancers - male and female dancers with great technique, who are well versed in musical theatre and have exceptional stage presence! Male dancers who have strong tap and/or tumbling skills a plus. Male dancers 5’10”-6’2”; female dancers 5’3”-5’6”.


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