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February 21, 2018

Flat Rock Playhouse - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:CLUE Adapted by: Jonathan Lynn Rehearsals and Performances: Wednesday, May 9, 2018-Saturday, June 9 2018 Director: Hunter Foster Synopsis: The new stage adaptation of Clue, based on the popular 1985 film of the same name, which itself was inspired by the family board game, Clue is a murder mystery and comedy that takes place in a remote mansion. Six mysterious guests assemble for an unusual dinner party—their host is dead, and they are all suspects. Seeking: Wadsworth (30’s-40’s)—A traditional butler in every sense: uptight, formal and “by the book.” He is the driving force in the play—leading our cast throughout the house in search of the killer and the clues. Must be able to move well. Yvette (20’s)—A sexy French Maid. She appears innocent on the outside but this may just be a front for who she really is on the inside. Must move well. Colonel Mustard (40’s-50’s)—A puffy military man who is nothing but a pompouse blow-hard. He acts like he knows everything but in actuality knows very little. At times it seems like he’s in charge, but Mustard has a subtle way of making sure once the battle begins, he’s in the back of the line. The word dumb would be a compliment. Must move well Mrs. White (30’s-40’s)—A pale beautiful woman. Mrs. White says very little but when she does it always seems to be a confession of past crimes, which may or may not be the murder of her 5 ex-husbands. Suspicious of others. Always dressed in black. Must move well. Mrs. Peacock (40’s-60’s) The wife of the Senator from the great state of Tennessee. Buttoned up and uptight. She holds herself and others to the highest moral standing. Always ready to quote a bible verse. Her goal in life is to lift the American society out of the gutter. Southern accent. Must move well. Mr. Green (20’s-30’s)—A nervous, shy introvert. Unable to finish a sentence. A germophobe who carries a hanky with him to open doors and to greet people. He also carries around his own fork, spoon and knife for dinner. He is also quite clumsy, and has a deep fear of everything. Must move well. Professor Plum (20’s)—A young rich playboy who lives for nothing but booze and women. He seems, inexplicably, to always have a drink in his hand. Incredibly handsome, he always finds ways to look and admire himself whether it’s a mirror, a silver platter or a butter knife. He would feel right at home in an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel. Must move well. Miss Scarlet (30’s-40’s) A dry sardonic DC Madam who is more interested in secrets than sex. Pillow talk is her favorite position. If anyone in DC needs to know anything, Scarlet is their gal. She’s always ready with a joke or a quip, and is always one step ahead of everyone else in the house. Must move well. ACTOR #1 Male to play Mr. Boddy and Cop. (30’s-50’s) Mr. Boddy—An older distinguished gentleman with a cold and scary demeanor, and a dark checkered past. The COP—A “regular Joe.” Perhaps with a Chicago or Boston accent. When he enters “Boddy Manor,” he is incredibly suspicious of the proceedings. ACTOR #2 Female to play Mrs. Hochinsky, Motorist (as a Man) & Singing Telegram Girl (30’s-40’s) Mrs. Solyanka—The Russian cook who works for Mr. Boddy. She has a dark mysterious sensibility. The Motorist—A nervous man who stops by “Boddy Manor” to ask for help after his car breaks down. _______________ THE LOVE LIST By: Norm Foster Rehearsals and Performances: Tuesday, May 29, 2018-Saturday, June 30, 2018 Director: Lisa K. Bryant Synopsis: Leon and Bill concoct a list of attributes of the ideal woman - the top ten best qualities in a mate. When this allegedly "Ideal Woman" actually arrives on the scene the men quickly learn that their list could use a few revisions. Seeking: Bill (50) A Statistician Leon (50-55) A Novelist Justine A Mystery Woman ________________ MAMMA MIA Music and Lyrics: Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson Book: Catherine Johnson Rehearsals and Performances: Wednesday, July 11, 2018- Saturday, August 18, 2018 Director/Choreographer: Amy Jones Synopsis: ABBA's hits tell the hilarious story of a teen's search for her birth father on a Greek island paradise. Seeking: DONNA (late 30s-early 40s – the mother of a 20 year old girl) Attractive and free-spirited. A former lead singer in a group called “Donna and the Dynamos” who now owns and runs a hotel/casino on a Greek island. A strong feminist who also has a zany and vulnerable side. Principal role. SOPHIE (18-25) A very special young woman who is determined to find the romance and happiness she feels eluded her mother. Has a wild, zany spirit even though she pursues a conventional marriage. Pop soprano. Principal role. TANYA (late 30s-early 40s) A former singer in the “Dynamos”. Rich, sophisticated, acerbic, funny, and witty. Supporting Principal role. ROSIE (late 30s-early 40s) Also a former singer in the “Dynamos” who now writes for and runs a feminist press. She’s confident, strong, and funny on the outside but shy underneath. Kooky and fun, good comic actress, bit of a clown. Actress who sings. Supporting Principal role. LISA (18-25) Sophie’s friend who arrives to be a bridesmaid. Very energetic and kooky. Should be AfricanAmerican, Hispanic-American, Asian-American, Native American or any non Caucasian young woman. Should sing and dance well. Featured Ensemble role. ALI (18-25) Sophie’s friend. Impulsive and fun. Should contrast to Lisa and Sophie. Featured Ensemble role. SAM (35-45) May be Sophie’s father. Left Donna 20 years ago because he was engaged to another woman. Charming, successful architect. Actor who sings. Baritone. Supporting Principal role. HARRY (35-45) May be Sophie’s father. British financier, weathy, buttoned-up, and conservative but trying to reconnect with his freer, youthful self. Must do a very convincing English accent. Also an actor who sings. High baritone, tenor. Supporting Principal role. BILL (35-45) May be Sophie’s father. A travel writer with no possessions or strings. Good-natured, always ready for adventure. Funny, preferably a big or imposing man. Supporting Principal role. SKY (late 20s) Sophie’s fiance. Athletic, attractive – has given up his life as a successful young businessman in order to make over Donna’s taverna and marry Sophie. Featured Ensemble role. PEPPER (20s) Sky’s friend. Helps run the hotel. Charming, loves women, always flirting. Must be a good mover/dancer. Acrobatic skills a plus. Baritone/tenor. Featured Ensemble role. EDDIE (20s) Another friend of Sky and hotel worker. Laid-back, easygoing. Also a mover/dancer role. Baritone/tenor. Featured Ensemble role. _____________ ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID By: Jones Hope Wooten Rehearsals and Performances: Wednesday, August 8, 2018- Sunday, September 9, 2018 Director: TBD Synopsis: In this hilarious comedic romp, four friends have sworn to keep the promise they made on the night of their Senior Prom: to be in each other's weddings ... no matter what. Seeking: KARI AMES-BISSETTE late 20s, a kind-hearted, spirited Southern charmer. She acts as a narrator of sorts, tying the scenes together. LIBBY RUTH AMES late 40s, hopeless romantic, sweet country woman, plain-spoken and guileless . Believes, in spite of evidence to the contrary, that her friends can find the very same happiness she has found in her perfect marriage. SEDALIA ELLICOTT 60s, a gregarious, energetic Virginia hostess and life-force. A no-nonsense, exacting wedding planner who is so enamored with her establishment’s reputation of never having lost a bride that she is not above employing a few extreme tactics in preserving it. MONETTE GENTRY late 40s, kinda shy, kinda trashy, Southern-to-the-bone flirt. Continues to test her friends’ love and patience with all-too-frequent trips down the aisle. CHARLIE COLLINS late 40s, tree-hugging, Birkenstock-wearing, acerbic Southern free spirit. Charlie discovers that marital bliss is not the end of her rainbow and panics when the opportunity presents itself. DEEDRA WINGATE late 40s, headstrong with a dry wit, no-nonsense Northern transplant. Her ‘rock solid’ union hangs by a thread when she discovers her husband not only has a wandering eye, but the hands to match. __________________ THE GLASS MENAGERIE By: Tennessee Williams Rehearsals and Performances: September 11, 2018-Saturday, October 13, 2018 Director: Lisa K. Bryant Synopsis: A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the most famous plays of the modern theatre. Seeking: Amanda Wingfield 45-65 years. An aging Southern belle clinging to her memories of a more genteel time and place; deserted by her husband, she is left alone to care for her two children; she is a fierce survivor scraping by to make ends meet. Amanda is both sensitive and harsh. She is charming and displays a sense of humor yet, she can succumb to bouts of manipulation and cruelty. Tom Wingfield 25-40. The play's narrator, he recounts memories of his family to the audience; languishing in a deadend job in the shoe warehouse, Tom is a restless dreamer, torn between his responsibility to his family and chasing his desires. Explosive, mercurial, lonely, he is deeply devoted to his sister and constantly at odds with his mother. Laura Wingfield 20-30. Sensitive and painfully shy; a childhood illness has left her physically impaired; she seeks refuge from reality in an imaginary world of glass animals and old records. She is a gentle and kind soul with a tender regard for her mother and brother. Jim O’Connor 20-35. The “Gentleman Caller,” a co-worker of Tom's from the warehouse and a former classmate of Laura's; he is your average, everyday, nice guy; he has an easygoing demeanor. His popularity and promise peaked in high school, but he continues to approach the world with a positive outlook. ______________ THE HOUND OF BASKERVILLES By: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Adapted by Steven Canny and John Nicholson Rehearsals and Performances: Wednesday, October 17, 2018- Saturday, November 17, 2018 Director: Jim Helsinger Synopsis: Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson journey to the English countryside to investigate the mysterious case of the Baskerville family. One by one the male heirs are dropping dead. But why? And who, or what is responsible? In this hilarious and madcap take on the most famous detective of all time, a trio of actors play a dozen roles in a production that is a master class in comedy. All characters are male. Actor 1: Holmes, Stapleton, Cecille Stapleton, Mr. Barrymore, Mrs. Barrymore, Yokel 3 Actor 2: Watson, Yokel 1 Actor 3: Sir Charles Baskerville, Sir Henry Baskerville, Mortimer, Cabbie, Yokel 2, Wise Yokel


Beautiful - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Carole King: Female, must believably play ages 16-29. An aspiring singer-songwriter. A unique, appealing, funny, and vulnerable girl from a Jewish family in Brooklyn. Talented, good-natured, unassuming, and often the peacemaker in difficult situations. A reluctant star with no pretense and a passion for music. Seeking an exceptional actress with a powerful, distinctive voice. Gerry Goffin: Male, must believably play late teens-late 20s. Carole's boyfriend, songwriting partner, and eventual husband. He is smoldering, dark, and handsome with a rebel vibe. Although sexy, he is innately sympathetic, wounded, and tortured. An ambitious artist always striving for more. Seeking a strong actor who sings well. Baritone/tenor. Cynthia Weil: Female, must believably play late teens-late 20s. A songwriter who becomes romantically involved with Barry. Carole's best friend. She is sophisticated, smart, and chic with a quick wit. Although self-confident and, at times, sarcastic, she is also likable. Seeking an actress with strong comic timing who sings extremely well. Belt. Barry Mann: Male, must believably play late teens-late 20s. A songwriter who becomes romantically involved with Cynthia. He is good-natured, handsome, and neurotic. Ambitious, but appealing and likable. Seeking a strong comedic actor with a great voice. Must be a strong high tenor comfortable with pop and rock style singing. Don Kirschner: Male, late 30s-40s. An influential music publisher and producer. He is a fast-talking, energetic force of nature. Powerful, direct, and sometimes intimidating. A hit maker with an affinity for his artists. Seeking a strong actor.   Genie: Female, 40s-50s. Carole's Jewish mother. Once an aspiring playwright, she has been broken down by life & her husband's infidelity. Protective of Carole and unforgiving of her husband's mistakes. Seeking a strong actress.


The Gateway 2018 Season - Non-Union - Dancers
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Seeking:A CHORUS LINE A Chorus Line examines one day in the lives of seventeen dancers, all vying for a spot in the “chorus line” of a Broadway musical. After the first round of cuts, Zach, the director and choreographer, asks each dancer to speak about themselves. Discomfort opens into revelation, confession leads to redemption, and within the bright, outwardly homogenous chorus, the audience begins to see each dancer’s individuality. Based on real Broadway dancers’ stories, as told to fellow dancer and choreographer Michael Bennett, A Chorus Line is funny, heartbreaking, and refreshingly honest. ZACH: Male. The director and choreographer of the show for which the dancers are auditioning. He is a stage veteran and thus can be curt and harsh, but he is revealed to be a caring and empathetic man who truly grows to care about these dancers. Non-singing, but should have movement ability, as he demonstrates a few dance moves. 40+. LARRY: Male. Tenor. Zach’s assistant who teaches and demonstrates the audition dances. Needs to be an incredible dancer, as he is the standard to which all of the auditioning dancers are held. 25+. AL DELUCA: Male. Baritone. From the Bronx. Street tough, macho, and newly married to Kristine; very protective. Seeking a strong singer, as he is the contrast to the non-singing Kristine in “Sing.” 25+. BEBE BENZENHEIMER: Female. Mezzo. Very insecure about her looks and tries to be funny to cover her insecurities. Feels a little excluded but just wants to be liked. She is quiet, vulnerable and kind. Sings the middle harmony in “At the Ballet.” 18-25. BOBBY MILLS: Male. Baritone. Flamboyant, funny, bitchy, and witty. Very sharp tongued. Covers everything over with a joke; had a very hard childhood. From upstate New York. 25+. CASSIE FERGUSON: Female. Mezzo belt. Returning to the chorus after years of being a featured performer. She is having to humble herself to audition for the chorus again with younger and less experienced dancers. Previously had a relationship with Zach and it did not end well. Seeking a true triple threat performer, as she sings the iconic “The Music and the Mirror.” 30-35. CONNIE WONG: Female. Alto. Experienced dancer. Married. Petite. A bit of a mother hen with a great sense of humor. Born in Chinatown, New York. Should believably play 4’10’’. DIANA MORALES: Female. Mezzo belt. A streetwise Latina who is a little bit tough, and eternal optimist. A determined and athletic dancer from the Bronx. Sings “Nothing,” in which she reveals herself to be funny, charming, and vulnerable. 22-30. DON KERR: Male. Baritone. Ladies’ man, married, and into cars, money, and women. Very sure of himself. All American guy. Cocky because he has worked with Zach before. From Kansas City. GREGORY GARDENER: Male. Baritone. Sassy, Jewish, gay man. Quite a smart-alec and has worked with Zach before. Very East Side New York. 25+. JUDY TURNER: Female. Mezzo. Funny, gawky, nervous. Warm and hopeful. Very awkward except when dancing. Ideally seeking a taller dancer. KRISTINE URICH: Female. Al’s scatter-brained wife who can’t sing. She is awkward, anxious and hilarious. She “speaks” the song “Sing,” but does sing in the ensemble numbers of the show. 18-25. MAGGIE WINSLOW: Female. Mezzo. A sweetheart, little sister type. Dreamer. Fairly experienced dancer from California. Seeking an incredibly warm singer with a mix belt up to E natural for the soaring climax of “At the Ballet.” MARK ANTHONY: Male. Tenor. Optimistic; first-timer; nai?ve but charming. Great dancer and All- American kid. Obsessed with sex. 18. MIKE COSTA: Male. Tenor. Quite aggressive, determined, cocky, sure of himself, but likeable. Tap dancer who worked with Zach before. Experienced; flirtatious. From New Jersey. Must be able to tap. 20-25. PAUL SAN MARCO: Male. Baritone. Introverted and slightly insecure but loves performing; only now starting to feel comfortable about being gay and accepted by his parents. From Spanish Harlem, New York. Friends with Diana. Delivers a beautiful, raw and vulnerable monologue about coming out to his parents. RICHIE WALTERS: Male. Tenor. From Missouri. African-American; strong dancer, enthusiastic, cool and very funny. Likeable and laid back. SHEILA BRYANT: Female. Alto. Oldest dancer on the line. Confident, brassy, sexy, bitchy, and sophisticated. One of the more popular dancers; humorous. Sings the low harmony in “At the Ballet.” 30. VAL CLARK: Female. Mezzo belt. Sexy, sassy, funny. A foul-mouthed but excellent dancer who couldn’t get performing jobs because of her looks until she had plastic surgery. A brazen, direct, attention-seeker from Vermont. Sings the infamous “Dance 10, Looks 3.” _________________ MEMPHIS HUEY: Caucasian, 20-35. Our frenzied, bombastic, motor-mouthed hero who talks his way into becoming a DJ at a local "white" radio station, ignores race barriers and eventually falls in love with Felicia, a talented black singer, which causes a whole new set of problems for him in segregated Memphis. (Vocal range: tenor with a great feel for pop/rock/r&b styles, C3-B4) FELICIA: African-American, 20-35. Beautiful, wide-eyed, and a fiercely gifted singer, follows her heart and falls in love with Huey, despite knowing deep down that a relationship between a white man and a black woman in prejudiced Memphis is doomed. (Vocal range: high R&B belt voice, G3-A5) DELRAY: African-American, 35-45. Felicia’s older brother who owns the club on Beale Street where she sings, realistic, cautious, protective, and aware of the realities of the segregation that exists in Memphis and the world beyond. (Vocal range: baritenor with a great pop/rock/R&B voice, Bb2-Bb4) GLADYS: Caucasian, 45-65) Excellent actor with comic skills, Huey’s stern, traditional blue-collar, southern mother who has worked her entire life to be able to support herself and her son, whom she loves, but about whom she constantly worries. (Vocal range: strong singer with alto-belt mix, B3-A5) GATOR: African-American, 35-45. Works as a bartender at Delray’s, hasn’t spoken since age 5, when he saw his father killed, as the story progresses, he finds his voice again, must be an excellent actor and singer and move well, comic timing a plus. (Vocal Range: great R&B baritenor, F#3-A4) BOBBY: African-American, 20-35, the janitor at Mr. Simmons’s radio station, full of personality and heart, role requires an actor who must dance well, as the character has a dance break in his show-stopping number “Big Love,” comic skills a plus. (Vocal range: great gospel voice, G3-C5) MR. SIMMONS: Caucasian, 40-60, the conservative owner of the radio station where Huey gets his start, a strong, southern, commanding businessman who is willing to take a chance on Huey when he realizes the audience Huey reaches and the money he can command. (Great actor who is comfortable singing.) WAILIN JOE: African-American, 20-40, Wailin’ Joe sings "Scratch My Itch" and is featured in both Act 1 and Act 2, must also dance very well; covers the principal roles of Delray and Bobby. (Vocal Range: excellent tenor voice, Eb3-Gb5) ________________ FLASHDANCE Dance like you’ve never danced before! FLASHDANCE-THE MUSICAL tells the inspiring and unforgettable story of 18 year old Alex, a welder by day and ‘flashdancer’ by night, who dreams of going to the prestigious Shipley Dance Academy and becoming a professional dancer. When a romance complicates her ambitions, she harnesses it to drive her dream. Based on the Paramount Pictures film (Screenplay by Tom Hedley and Joe Eszterhas, story by Tom Hedley) Flashdance is an inspiring musical about the power of holding onto your dreams and love against all the odds. HARRY: 40s – early 60s. Worn-down, gruff, curmudgeonly (but truly warm-hearted) owner of the bar in which Alex and her friends dance. Working-class Pittsburgh man trying to stay afloat in a tough economy. Baritone. ALEX OWENS: Woman, 19. Fiery, proud. Wry sense of humor. Deeply loyal to her friends and emotionally guarded with men (despite being sexually in command). Tough and has a temper, but also capable of great vulnerability. Steelworker by day and self-styled dancer at night, with a secret dream of something greater. Alex’s energy drives the show. Must be excellent dancer (Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Hip-Hop a plus), dance improvisational skills must be strong. Strong belt voice (solid Bb below middle C, belt to high D, good pop sensibility, needs a smooth transition from pop mix to belt). HANNAH: 70s. Seasoned show business veteran with a tremendous sense of humor and a down-to- earth, take-no-prisoners point of view. Physically in decline, but her spirit, warmth and passion for dancing (and what it means to be a dancer) are undimmed. Should have a background in dance or be a very strong mover. Traditional music theatre character belt, B below middle to C. NICK HURLEY: Man, 30. Confident, intelligent, playful and brash. Heir to a steel dynasty, with a winning swagger that belies a genuine desire to help his workers. Has plans that may be too ambitious to ever be realized. He is also capable — somewhat to his surprise — of falling deeply in love. Strong singer, with good pop sensibility. High baritone with solid Gs, able to float a mixed/head-voice A. C. C.: Late 30s-40s. Slick, morally bankrupt businessman and bar owner with a talent for exploiting vulnerable young women. Also from a working-class background, but happy to use his growing (but corrupt) success to present a slicker, quicker version of himself to the world. Strong baritone with attitude – good pop sensibility, Bb below low C to strong high F. KIKI: African American woman, 20s-30s. Funny, quick-witted, sexy and confident dancer at Harry’s and a close friend to Alex. Must be excellent dancer (Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Hip-Hop a plus). Strong belt with good pop/R&B instincts; must be able to riff; must belt to high D. Range: Bb below middle C to belted high D. TESS: 30s-40s. Sexy dancer at Harry’s who has a long and unhappy history trying to find a man who will take care of her (and support her champagne tastes). Coming to an age where gold-digging is increasingly hard to pull off. She is wry, with a tough veneer, but there is a clear wistfulness and sadness beneath. Must be excellent dancer (Jazz and hip-hop a plus) and strong belt singer – more of a rock sensibility. Range: Bb below middle C to C above middle C. GLORIA: 20s. Alex’s closest friend, a petite, waif-like dancer. Mercurial and sometimes scattered, with a palpable vulnerability that she (barely) covers with a quick wit as she harbors dreams of stardom. Despite working at Harry’s and being around very savvy women, she maintains an innocence that only heightens her ability to be taken advantage of. Must be a good dancer with powerful belt. Needs very good pop sensibility, with strong low chest voice (Bb below middle C) to high Db. Straight tone, seamless transition from mix to belt a must. JIMMY: 20s. Aspiring stand-up comic, marking time working at Harry’s while waiting for the big break. His comedy is eager and endearing, but he uses a Catskills technique which is old-fashioned and makes his chances of success slim. Full of energy and drive. Strong singer – think a young Billy Joel. High bari-tenor; must have solid pop Gs, but also strong low register (low Bb). _____________ SHOW TBD Rehearsal: August 14- August 29 Performance: August 29-September 15 _____________ CHICAGO Set in 1920s Chicago and based on real-life murders and trials, Chicago follows Roxie Hart, a wannabe vaudevillian star who murders her lover and is arrested, despite her attempts to convince her pushover husband, Amos, to lie for her. In the Cook County Jail, Roxie meets her hero, the famed double-murderess and nightclub performer Velma Kelly. When both acquire the same lawyer, the greedy and lustful superstar, Billy Flynn, tensions come to a head as they vie for the spotlight-- though instead of onstage, they’re mugging for the flashbulb of the newspaper reporters. With catchy, sexy music and timeless lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb, and a funny, intelligent, and utterly engaging book by Kander and Bob Fosse, Chicago is a musical spectacular that is as addictive as gossip rags and as unforgettable as any trial of the century. ROXIE HART: 33 – 45, any ethnicity. An innocent with the ability to murder; sexy; funny. Actress must be a spectacular dancer in the Fosse style, with a big, first-rate Broadway belt voice. VELMA KELLY: 30 – 45, any ethnicity. Sarcastic, extremely sexy, tough, funny murderer with a keen eye for publicity. Actress must be a spectacular dancer in the Fosse style, with a big, first-rate Broadway belt voice. BILLY FLYNN: 38 - 60, any ethnicity. Suave, educated lawyer who can talk and wheedle and persuade anyone to do anything - - his clients literally get away with murder. Sexy, handsome, charming, masculine. Actor must have a wonderful baritone voice and move well. AMOS HART: 38 - 58, any ethnicity. Charming, funny, vulnerable milquetoast of a man, so in love with his wife that he would mortgage anything to pay for her outrageous extravagances. Actor must sing well and be physically adept; a comic-sad character actor. MATRON “MAMA” MORTON: 37 - 55, any ethnicity. Role requires a great belt voice and a sexy, funny, powerful and tough character actress. MARY SUNSHINE: Any age, any ethnicity. Male soprano or countertenor who can sing LEGITIMATELY up to a high B flat. Acts like a good natured talk show hostess, but is actually a high- powered gossip columnist. Actor must be a good comedian and a GREAT legit singer. _______________ TBD- Holiday Rehearsal: November 27- December 12 Performance: December 12- December 29


Beehive - Non-Union - Singers
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Seeking:Wanda (Lead): Female, 20-40, African American, our narrator throughout the show and bears the bulk of the dialogue; songs include: “The Name Game”, “Then He Kissed Me”, “Sweet Talking Guy”, “Walking in the Rain” Jasmine (Lead): Female, 20-30, African American, think Tina Turner; songs include: “River Deep”, “Proud Mary”, “My Boyfriends Back”, “Academy Awards”, “One Fine Day” Gina (Lead): Female, 18-30, African American, think Aretha Franklin; songs include: “I Sold My Heart to the Junk Man”, “Chain of Fools”, “Natural Woman”. Alison (Lead): Female, 20-30, Caucasian, think Connie Francis; songs include: “Goldfinger”, “My Boyfriend’s Back”, “Where the Boys Are”. Laura (Lead): Female, 20-30, Caucasian, think Janis Joplin; songs include: “To Sir, With Love”, “Try”, “Crybaby”, “Me and Bobby McGee”, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”. Pattie (Lead): Female, 20-30, Caucasian, think Lesley Gore/Dusty Springfield; songs include: “Son of a Preacher Man”, “You Don’t Own Me”, “It’s My Party”.


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