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February 14, 2019

Pretty Woman - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:Equity Male Dancers Who Sing (Chorus / Ensemble): characters are 20s-30s, any ethnicity; handsome and sexy, with a great physique; to appear in the ensemble with features; possible principal understudy assignments; strong technical dancers; need proficiency in ballroom style and partnering; strong pop/rock singers. Equity Female Dancers Who Sing (Chorus / Ensemble): characters are 20s-30s, any ethnicity; beautiful and sexy, with a great physique; to appear in the ensemble with features; possible principal understudy assignments; strong technical dancers; need proficiency in ballroom style and partnering; strong pop/rock singers. Ensemble, U/S Vivian Ward (Chorus / Ensemble): Female, 20-39, to appear in the onstage ensemble and understudy the starring role of Vivian Ward: female, 20s-30s, any ethnicity; a quirky, sexy girl who reluctantly works on Hollywood Boulevard as a prostitute but harbors Cinderella dreams of a better life; a star-crossed meeting with a lost billionaire propels her into a fish-out-of-water adventure among the rich and powerful of Beverly Hills; a Rodeo Drive shopping transformation takes her from Malibu parties to opera galas where she learns that confidence, and staying true to oneself, is even more important that material wealth; on the process, she discovers her self-worth and becomes determined not to settle for anything less than taking full control of her own destiny; needs strong comedic chops and movement ability; excellent pop/rock singer; must be versatile in style and have strong high belt and mix. Ensemble, U/S Edward Lewis (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 35-49, to appear in the onstage ensemble and understudy the starring role of Edward Lewis: male, late 30s-40s, any ethnicity; a smart, successful, well-educated business mogul who takes over troubled companies and liquidates their assets; his tough, workaholic exterior conceals a sensitive, artistic side, including a love of music and the arts; he’s in the process of orchestrating the biggest financial deal of his career, but the recent death of his father has him questioning his priorities; he hires Vivian hoping for some temporary, hassle-free companionship, but she completely upends his life; he realizes he will have to change if he wants to hold onto the things that matter most to him; excellent pop/rock singer; tenor; needs to confidently be able to sing an A. Ensemble, U/S Happy Man/Mr. Thompson (Chorus / Ensemble): Male, 30-59, to appear in the onstage ensemble and understudy the principal role of Happy Man/Mr. Thompson: male, 30s-50s, any ethnicity; the magical Hollywood Boulevard fairy godfather to Vivian’s street Cinderella, he begins the story as a fast-talking peddler of Maps to the Stars who urges Vivian to hold onto her dreams; later he transforms into Mr. Thompson, the efficient, dapper manager of the Beverly Wilshire Hotel; he teaches Vivian ballroom dancing, how to dress like a lady, and, most importantly, to believe in herself; excellent pop/rock singer; tenor; must be vocally diverse and able to switch between styles; strong movement ability. Ensemble, U/S Kit De Luca (Chorus / Ensemble): Female, 20-49, to appear in the onstage ensemble and understudy the principal role of Kit De Luca: female, 20s-40s, any ethnicity; a professional prostitute and party girl who took Vivian under her wing to teach her how to survive on the streets; tough but funny, she comes to realize she has a lot to learn from Vivian about not giving up and settling for less. Inspired by Vivian’s example, begins a search for a better life; excellent pop/rock singer; powerhouse high belter. Giulio (Chorus / Ensemble): male, late teens–early 20s, any ethnicity; must read youthful; strong technical dancer and strong pop/rock singer; to appear in the ensemble with a feature as the young bellhop at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel; should have a wide-eyed innocence and comedic ability; preferably on the shorter side in height. David Morse (Chorus / Ensemble): male, 20s-30s, African-American; the grandson of Mr. Morse, he is eager, creative, and smart; he has come up with a daring plan to save his grandfather's company by retooling it to build cruise ships for the Hawaiian Islands; strong pop/rock singer; strong movement ability. Mr. Hollister (Chorus / Ensemble): male, 30s—40s, any ethnicity; a Beverly Hills high-end clothing store manager, he understands that sucking up to rich patrons is a big part of his job; he will say or do anything to make a sale; strong pop/rock singer; strong movement ability. Violetta (Chorus / Ensemble): female, 20s-40s, any ethnicity; to appear in the ensemble with a feature as an opera singer playing Violetta in a “La Traviata” sequence; must have a glorious high soprano operatic voice and also the ability to sing in the pop/rock style; strong movement ability. Alfredo (Chorus / Ensemble): male, 20s-40s, any ethnicity; to appear in the ensemble with a feature as an opera singer playing Alfredo in a “La Traviata” sequence; must have a glorious high tenor operatic voice and also the ability to sing in the pop/rock style; strong movement ability. Female Singers Who Dance (Chorus / Ensemble): female, 20s-30s, any ethnicity; to appear in the ensemble with features; possible principal understudy assignments; strong pop/rock singers; strong dancing ability. Male Singers Who Dance (Chorus / Ensemble): male, 20s-30s, any ethnicity; to appear in the ensemble with features; possible principal understudy assignments; strong pop/rock singers; strong dancing ability.


Wizard of Oz - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:Dancers Who Sing: Males & Females, 18+, specialty dancers/singers under 5'-2" tall for Munchkin parts to include: Munchkin City Mayor, Munchkin Barrister, Coroner, 3 Munchkin Tots, 3 Munchkin Tough Kids, 3 Crows, 3 Apple Trees, Winkie General, Nikko (Flying), Jitterbug (Flying).


Theater J 2019-2020 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:“Love Sick” Based on the Old Testament’s Song of Songs, LOVE SICK is a new musical with an original world- music score. It tells the story a young wife, Tirzah, who is in a passionless marriage and discovers she has an unseen admirer. Intrigued, she enters into a mysterious and fervent love affair, finding herself on a dizzying journey of sexual and personal empowerment. The ensemble functions in various roles in “reality,” as well as representing Tirzah’s inner thoughts, and commenting on the action. The score of the show is highly influenced by middle-eastern harmonics. A diverse ensemble is sought, actors of color are strongly encouraged to audition. Tizrah: This role is cast. The Husband: 20 years older than Tirzah, The Husband is a hard-working, successful widower who speaks mostly of fish. The actor who plays the Husband also plays flamenco guitar in the band. The Lover: This role is cast. Female Singers and Dancers (4): Citizens of modern-day Tel Aviv and ancient Jerusalem, they sing and support Tirzah in the telling of her story; excellent singers who can also sing in the spiritual and world-music genre, these women move well with a sense of rhythm and style; all vocal ranges. ________________ “Occupant” Unapologetically flamboyant, New York sculptor Louise Nevelson's life was one marked by intrepid artistic triumphs as well as deep inner turmoil. In Edward Albee's Occupant, both her public accomplishments and private emotional conflicts are thoroughly examined by an unnamed interviewer who questions the posthumous Nevelson with an unabashed scrutiny. Nevelson: this role is cast, The Man: 40s, pleasant—an interviewer bent on discovering the true character of Nevelson. __________________ “Sheltered” Evelyn and Leonard Kirsch are just two ordinary Americans when war breaks out in Europe. In a moment that would change the lives of generations, they make an extraordinary decision: while millions of Jews are trying to escape Europe, Evelyn and Leonard plan a trip into Nazi-occupied Europe, and are making arrangements to take 40 children back out with them to the United States and to safety. Desperate to find enough places for the refugee children to live, the Kirsches resort to asking an estranged friend from a violent home to take in a child. But when they try to convince a mother to give over her child, they are forced to question that decision. Evelyn Kirsch: female - 30s - A well put-together socialite. Her heart is in the right place. A little vain, but also willing to make the hard choices. Leonard Kirsch: male - 30s-40s - A brainy lawyer who makes plans before he considers what it will take to execute them. Adores his wife. A strong moral sense. Roberta Bloom: female - 30s - A woman who is keeping it together with makeup and bourbon. Headstrong, a bit stubborn. Put upon, but for good reason. Martin Bloom: male - 30s - 40s - A charming blowhard. Good sense of humor, but something sinister lurking just beneath. A veiled sense of anxiety. Drinks too much. Hani Mueller: female - 20s - 30s - An ordinary woman facing desperate times. She is at the end of her wits and seeking help, but also resistant to what she must do. _________________ “The Wanderers” Esther and Yoni are shy young Orthodox Jews embarking on an arranged marriage, despite barely knowing each other. Abe and Julia are high-profile celebrities embarking on a dangerously flirtatious correspondence, despite being married to other people. On the surface, the lives of these two couples couldn’t be more different. But Anna Ziegler’s funny, insightful, and mysterious new drama explores the hidden connections between seemingly disparate people, drawing audiences into an intriguing puzzle and a deeply sympathetic look at modern love. Esther: 30s, but feels young, impressionable, eager and yet no-nonsense too; an Orthodox Jew Yoni: 30s – formal, not totally comfortable in his skin, also Orthodox; should have the capacity for deep, surprising emotion. Abe Herskowitz: 30s – an intellectual who knows he’s an intellectual, enjoys seducing with language, a bit pretentious but charming and not without humor and self-awareness/self-deprecation; he is Caucasian, Jewish. Julia Cheever: 30s – a movie star with an abundance of outward charm and confidence and an easy laugh; she is poised and polished, but vulnerability creeps in on occasion. Any ethnicity. Sophie Herskowitz: 30s – Abe’s wife, dry and intelligent and world-weary but still holds her head up high; she describes her ethnicity as half Jewish and half African-American. ____________________ “Becoming Dr. Ruth” Everyone knows Dr. Ruth Westheimer from her career as a pioneering radio and television sex therapist. Few, however, know the incredible journey that preceded it. From fleeing the Nazis in the Kindertransport and joining the Haganah in Jerusalem as a sniper, to her struggle to succeed as a single mother newly-arrived in America, Mark St. Germain deftly illuminates this remarkable woman’s untold story. Becoming Dr. Ruth is filled with the humor, honesty, and life-affirming spirit of Karola Ruth Siegel, the girl who became "Dr. Ruth," America’s most famous sex therapist. Dr. Ruth: This role is cast. ________________ “Compulsion Or The House Behind”  Sid Silver is a man obsessed. When he learns about a young girl named Anne Frank and her extraordinary diary, Silver makes it his mission to ensure her tale is heard. But is the manuscript a work of art? A cultural treasure? Once publishers and producers get involved, it becomes "a very valuable product"—and his good intentions prove to be his undoing. Mr. Silver: 45, an American-born Jewish writer of Eastern European descent Woman: plays Miss Mermin, 23, an up-and-coming editor and Mrs. Silver, a delightful French woman, still shy of 30. Man: plays Mr. Thomas, a senior editor at Doubleday; Mr. Harris, runs the subsidiary rights department at Doubleday; Mr. Ferris, a lawyer representing Otto. Frank; Mr. Matzliach, handsome and relaxed, a Sabra; and Mr. Williams, a guest of Miss Mermin’s. Puppeteers (2): operate puppets of Anne Frank, Peter van Daan, and Sid Silver.


Round House Theatre 2019-20 Season - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:2019-20 Season THE HEAL* Aaron Posner, playwright; Aaron Posner, director First rehearsal: July 23, 2019 First Preview: August 29, 2019 Opening night: Sept 4, 2019 Closing: September 28, 2019 *The Heal will be performed at the Getty Villa. Rehearsals will be at the rehearsal space in Silver Spring and will relocate to the Getty in Malibu, California Actors must be able to move well. Background in movement, dance, preferred. Percussion experience a plus. Philoctetes (Phil) Male, 40’s or 50’s. Any ethnicity. A worn and wounded man. Aware of his own pain, and not much else. Niapotoloma (Nia) Female, 20’s or early 30’s. Any ethnicity. The daughter of Achilles. Smart, strong willed. Odysseus (Odd) Male, 40’s or 50’s. Any ethnicity. A general of the Achaeans, A force of nature. Ruthless. Melpomene (Mel) Female, any age. Any ethnicity. The muse of Tragedy a tragic, thoughtful person. Strong movement or dance background preferred. Thalia (Thal) Female. Any age. Any ethnicity. The muse of Comedy, a comic, thoughtful person. Strong movement or dance background preferred. Calliope (Cal) Female. Any age. Any ethnicity. The muse of Poetry, a poetic, thoughtful person. Strong movement or dance background preferred. _______________ SCHOOLGIRLS, OR THE AFRICAN MEAN GIRLS PLAY Jocelyn Bioh, playwright; Nicole A. Watson, director First rehearsal: August 20, 2019 First preview: September 18, 2019 Opening night: Sept 23, 2019 Closing: October 13, 2019 Possible extension through Octoer 2019, 2019 All characters are of West African Descent/Black Africans PAULINA SARPONG (pronounced PAUL-LEE-NAH / SAAR-PONG) West African Descent/Black African Female. 18 years old. Most popular girl in school and knows it. She is beautiful, talented, vindictive yet somehow loveable. ERICKA BOAFO (pronounced BWAH-FOH) West African Descent/Black African Female. 18 years old. Light/fair skin; biracial (Black and White). She is a transfer student. She is enchanting, elusive, seemingly nice. Seemingly. Must be able to sing. AMA (pronounced AHH-MAH) West African Descent/Black African Female. 18 years old. Black. The sensible, smart one of Paulina's pack. Is not afraid to tell it like it is. NANA (pronounced NAH-NAH) West African Descent/Black African Female. 16 years old. Black. The simple pseudo dumb one of Paulina's pack. She struggles with her love of food and snacks. Very sensitive. MERCY West African Descent/Black African Female. 16 years old. Black. The witty sidekick to Gifty and will do and say anything to stay a member of Paulina's pack. GIFTY West African Descent/Black African Female. 16 years old. Black. The 'Frick' to Mercy's 'Frack’; loves being part of Paulina's pack and will do anything to be considered cool. HEADMISTRESS FRANCIS West African Descent/Black African Female: 40’s. The Headmistress of Aburi Girls Boarding School; loves the girls but is also constantly exhausted by them. ELOISE AMPONSAH (pronounced AMM-PONE-SAAH) West African Descent/Black African Female: 40’s. Extremely poised, well-mannered, overly confident former Miss Ghana 1976. She now is a recruiter for the Miss Ghana Pageant. She speaks with a slightly affected British accent and prides herself in always being a lady. ____________________ THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME Simon Stephens, playwright; Ryan Rilette, director First Rehearsal: October 22, 2019 First Preview: November 20, 2019 Opening Night: November 25, 2019 Closing Night: December 22, 2019 Possible extension through December 29, 2019 All actors must be able to speak with English accents appropriate to class. Ensemble members play multiple characters of various age ranges. Actors must be able to move well. Background in movement or dance preferred. CHRISTOPHER BOONE Male. (Adult Actor 18+ to play) age 15; Any ethnicity. Actors on the autism spectrum are encouraged to apply. A brilliant, young mathematician and amateur detective. He has a unique perception of the world, notices things in minute detail, and has difficulty understanding social and emotional cues. From a diagnostic point of view, he is probably on the autism spectrum and exhibits some behavior that might be characterized as having Asperger’s Syndrome. SIOBHAN Female: Late 20s-Early 40s. Any ethnicity. Christopher's teacher and mentor, the only person in Christopher's life with an understanding of his situation. She often serves as the narrator of Christopher’s story and of his feelings. English, Irish, Welsh or Scottish accent. JUDY BOONE Female: Late 30s-Early 50s. Any ethnicity. Christopher's mother; estranged from her husband, Ed. She is a working class woman with a tough exterior who blames herself for her inability to cope with her son effectively. Loving, yet impatient, she has felt very alone in her situation with Christopher and it frustrates her to a point of absolute desperation. VOICE ONE/MRS. SHEARS/MRS. GASCOYNE/ Various Female: Late 30s-Early 50s. Any ethnicity. Mrs. Shears is Roger's ex-wife and Christopher’s neighbor. She is furious at the world as a result of being betrayed and abandoned by her husband. It is her dog, Wellington that was found killed in the night. Mrs. Gascoyne is the headmistress of the school for special needs children that Christopher attends; condescending and lacking in sensitivity. VOICE TWO/ROGER (MR. SHEARS)/DUTY SERGEANT /OTHERS Male. Late 30s-Early 50s. Any ethnicity. Roger Shears is Mrs. Shears ex-husband, a middle class man who works at a bank. Has left his wife as a result of his relationship with Judy. Doesn't have a clue or any interest in understanding Christopher. Selfish. Self-absorbed. VOICE THREE/POLICEMAN ONE/MR. THOMPSON/ /OTHERS Male: Mid 40s-Mid 50s. Any ethnicity. Policeman One is a Swindon policeman who arrests Christopher after Christopher hits him while being questioned about the death of Wellington, the dog. Mr. Thompson is a neighbor that Christopher interviews during his investigation. VOICE FOUR/REVEREND PETERS/RHODRI/UNCLE TERRY/STATION POLICEMAN /OTHERS Male: Mid 40s-Mid 50s. Any ethnicity. Reverend Peters is a vicar; pleasant enough, tries to answer Christopher's questions about religion. Rhodri is Ed’s co-worker and possibly only friend. When he can, he spends time with Christopher complex math problems. Station Policeman is a Swindon policeman who gets stuck on a train to London while trying to convince Christopher to get off the train. VOICE FIVE/NUMBER 40/LADY in STREET/PUNK GIRL /INFORMATION/OTHERS Female: Mid 20s-Mid 30s. Any ethnicity. Number 40 is a neighbor of Christopher's whom he interviews during his investigation. Information is a busy information clerk in a London Railroad Station who Christopher asks for directions. Punk Girl is a young woman in the tube station who tries to help Christopher. VOICE SIX/MRS. ALEXANDER/POSH WOMAN/OTHERS Female: Early 60s-Mid 70s. Any ethnicity. One of Christopher's neighbors who has probably lived in Swindon her entire life. May be middle class or middle working class. She is a lonely older woman without a lot of means. She is kind and hungry for connection. ________________ NEXT TO NORMAL Tom Kitt, music, Brian Yorkey, book and lyrics; TBD, director First Rehearsal: December 17, 2019 First Preview: January 22, 2020 Opening night: January 27, 2020 Closing: February 23, 2020 DIANA GOODMAN Female. Early-Mid 40s. Any ethnicity. Delusional bipolar depressive. Quick-witted with a dark sense of humor. Rock mezzo to high G, strong belt/mix to D. DAN GOODMAN Male. Early-Mid 40s. Any ethnicity. Diana's husband. Handsome, genuine, and patient. Constant, but tired. An architect also with a wicked sense of absurdist humor. High rock baritone or tenor to high A (full voice), strong falsetto to high D flat. NATALIE GOODMAN Female. Early 20’s. Any ethnicity. Diana and Dan's teenage daughter. Hardworking, goal-oriented, piano playing student. Her struggles are exacerbated by her mother. Trying to be perfect. It's not going well. Rock mezzo to high G, strong belt/mix to E flat. GABRIEL "GABE" GOODMAN Male. Early 20’s. Any ethnicity. Diana and Dan's 18 year old son. Dashing, athletic, bright, and playful. Everything a mother could imagine. Rock tenor to high A (full voice), possible high C (full voice), strong falsetto to high D. DR. MADDEN/ DR. FINE Male. Mid 30’s- to mid 40’s. Any ethnicity. Diana's handsome psychiatrist. Quite assured in his practice; a rock star. On the young side of ageless. The actor will also play the role of Dr. Fine, Diana’s psychopharmacologist. Rock tenor or baritone with good top to high A flat (full voice) HENRY Male. Early 20’s. Any ethnicity. Natalie's high school classmate. The all-around musician, selfdescribed stoner, philosopher king. Has an intoxicating capacity for sympathy and romance. Rock tenor to high G (full voice), strong falsetto to high A. _______________ COST OF LIVING Martyna Majok, playwright; Ryan Rilette, director First rehearsal: March 3, 2020 First Preview: April 1, 2020 Opening night: April, 6, 2020 Closing: April19, 2020 ANI (pronounced AH-NEE)—Female Mid 30s-mid 40s. Any ethnicity. (The theatre specifically encourages an actor who is a wheelchair user or has a mobility disability to audition for this role). This role requires nudity. Ani’s full name can be Ania Lucja Skowronska-Torres or Ani Luz HernandezTorres or Ani Li-Torres or ?nanda Singh-Torres, amongst many options. Ani is Eddie’s ex-wife. Working class from North Jersey. She has a spinal cord injury because of a recent car accident and now uses a wheelchair; quadriplegic, though has some function in one hand. Intense, hard, dry sense of humor. Little patience. JESS Female. Late 20s. Any ethnicity. Bi-lingual. John’s new caregiver. First generation from an immigrant family, not from money. Princeton educated, overworked, under-paid, and nearly homeless. Tough, defensive exterior. On-edge. Alone and lonely. JOHN Male. Mid-20s. Any ethnicity. (Theatre specifically encourages disabled actors to audition for this role). This role requires nudity. Good-looking, educated, confident. Comes from money and can throw money and most problems . A graduate student at Princeton. Has cerebral palsy, slight speech impediment. Requires the assistance of a part-time caregiver. ________________ BIG LOVE** Charles L. Mee, playwright. Meredith McDonough, director First Rehearsal: April 21, 2020 First Preview: May 20, 2020 Opening night: May 26, 2020 Closing: June 21, 2020 Seeking a diverse ensemble of artists for this production. Looking for actors with strong movement or dance backgrounds. This will be a highly physical production. LYDIA Female. Mid-20s. Any ethnicity. This role requires nudity. (This role doubles with LAYLA in HATEFUCK). No-nonsense yet romantic. Liberated woman. The middle ground between her two sisters. Betrothed to Nikos. OLYMPIA Female. Mid-20s. Any ethnicity. This role requires nudity. Hopeful; feminine; on the far end of the romantic spectrum. More easily swayed than her sisters. Polar opposite of her sister, Thyona. Betrothed to Oed. THYONA Female. Mid-20s. Any ethnicity. This role requires nudity. Mid-20s. Intelligent; indignant; passionate. Capital FEMINIST. Betrothed to Constantine. CONSTANTINE Male. Mid-20s. Any ethnicity. The ultimate misogynist. He knows what he wants and will take it by force if necessary. OED Male. Mid-20s. Any ethnicity. Detached. Not very bright. A man of few words. GIULIANO Male. Mid-20s. Any ethnicity. Mid-20s. Grandson of Bella. Open-hearted; lover of love; lover of beauty. A lover not a fighter. BELLA/ELEANOR Female. 50’s-60’s Any ethnicity. Bella is warm, vital, and wise. Piero’s mother. Nothing surprises her. She loves her children, flaws and all. Eleanor (50s) Socialite. Sociable. Upper class, but not a snob; warm, charming. Leo’s wife. __________________ HATEFUCK** Rehana Lew Mirza, playwright. TBD, director First Rehearsal: April 7, 2020 First Preview: June 9, 2020 Opening Night: June 15, 2020 Closing: July 3, 2020 LAYLA MAHDI Female. Mid-30s to Early-40s. South Asian American or Arab-American. This role may require partial nudity. (This role doubles with LYDIA in BIG LOVE) Contemporary literature professor at Wayne State College with a social activism streak. Intense, ambitious, and stubborn, Layla’s uncompromising view point sometimes clouds her ability to connect. **BIG LOVE and HATEFUCK will run in repertory. The roles of LAYLA and LYDIA are doubled.


Legally Blonde - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Emmett Forrest: 18+, Principal. 20s. Tenor. A smart, quirky, and personable Harvard Law Student, who takes Elle Woods under his wing. Must be a strong actor/singer, with comedic timing Professor Callahan: 18+, Principal. 40s-60s. Baritone. A seemingly charismatic, yet sinister Harvard law professor. Strong actor.


APPOINTMENTS - Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 2019 RMTA Season - Actors
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Seeking:TITANIC All roles available.  ________________ THE FULL MONTY All roles available.  ______________ BRIGADOON All roles available.  ______________ DISNEY’S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST All roles available.  _______________ THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE All roles available.


Cape May Stage 2019 - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:Heisenberg by Simon Stephens directed by Roy Steinberg rehearses May 7, previews May 22 opens May 23 closes June 21 Georgie Burns– female, 42 – She is from New Jersey, funny, sexy, a liar, charismatic - moves well Alex Priest – male, 75 – He is from Enniscorthy County, Wexford, Ireland – tall with long fingers, shy, poetic, attractive Time is the present - Place is London and Jersey City _____________________ Sylvia by A. R. Gurney directed by Roy Steinberg rehearses June 11, previews June 26, opens June 27 and closes August 2 Sylvia – female -20s to 30s – pert and sexy – plays a Lab/Poodle mixture – moves well- may cast EMC Greg – male – 50s -60 – financial trader, upscale WASP, midlife crisis - Kate – female – 50s-60 –public school English teacher – strong willed Tom/Phyllis/Leslie – male to play all three roles – Tom is New York macho/Phyllis is WASPy society lady/Leslie is neutral-gender therapist New York today All characters need great comic timing _______________ Sidekicked by Kim Powers directed by Roy Steinberg rehearses July 23, previews August 7, opens August 8 and closes September 20 Vivian Vance – female, 51 – plays Ethel Mertz in “I Love Lucy” – vulgar, funny, some musical theatre chops – speaks to her analyst March 2, 1960 – Desilu Studio lot – dressing room/ NY apartment/soundstage _________________ The Taming by Lauren Gunderson directed by Marlena Lustik rehearses September 10, previews September 25, opens September 26 and closes November 1 - Patricia – female 30s – from Georgia – conservative – also plays James Madison 1787 Bianca – female 30s – from Georgia – liberal- also plays good-girl intern and Charles Pinckney 1787 Katherine – female-20s- from Georgia – Southern belle pageant winner – also plays George and Martha Washington 1787 and Dolly Madison – may cast EMC Great comic timing, southern accents, actors need not be white – strongly looking for diverse cast ____________________ Murder For Two: Holiday Edition Book and Music by Joe Kinosian Book and Lyrics by Kellen Blair directed by Hans Friedrich rehearses October 22, previews November 6, opens November 7, closes December 29. Two piano playing actors: Marcus Moscowicz – an ambitious young officer All of the suspects: Dahlia Whitney, the victim’s loopy widow Murray and Barb Flandon, the Whitney’s bickering neighbors Steph Whitney, an overeager grad student Barrette Lewis, a self-incriminating ballerina Dr. Griff, a friendly local psychiatrist Timmy, Pickwick and Skid – members of a boy’s choir Buttons, a late arrival Place: An isolated mansion in rural New England, present day on the night of Christmas Eve


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