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February 5, 2019

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Rona Lisa Peretti: Female, late 20s–late 30s. Soprano, with a very strong mix. Putnam County’s longtime spelling bee host and also the number one realtor in the county. A former spelling bee champion herself, she loves children but can be stern when necessary. Her interest in the competition is unflagging. Role requires excellent improvisational skills. Strong movement ability is a plus. (Also plays Olive’s Mom.) Seeking actors of all ethnicities for this role. Vice Principal Douglas Panch: Male, 30s-40s. Baritone. Frustrated with life and awaiting a promotion, he returns to the Bee as substitute judge after a five-year absence due to an “incident” at the 20th Annual Bee. Though he finds the young spellers alien to him, he starts the day eager to redeem himself for past mistakes. Also, he is infatuated with Rona Lisa Peretti, but she doesn’t return his affections. Role requires excellent improvisational skills. Strong movement ability a plus. Seeking actors of all ethnicities for this role. Mitch Mahoney: Male, late 20s–30s. Baritenor who can riff well. An ex-convict, Mitch is performing his community service as a “comfort counselor” at the Bee. He’s a tough guy who seems utterly unlikely to be at a spelling bee, or in a musical. Strong movement ability a plus. (Also plays Dan Dad and Olive’s Dad.) Seeking actors of all ethnicities for this role. Chip Tolentino: Male, 18+ to play preteen. Tenor. The reigning spelling champion, he expects things to come easy to him. Athletic, social, and a boy scout, he returns to defend his title, but he finds he’s been going through some weird changes that he did not expect. Strong movement ability a plus. (Also plays Jesus.) Seeking actors of all ethnicities for this role. Leaf Coneybear: Male, 18+ to play preteen, tenor. A second alternate with a severe inferiority complex, he deals with life by finding things amusing rather than stressful. Homeschooled and from a large family, he has severe attention deficit disorder but somehow achieves a trancelike state that allows him to spell words correctly. Strong movement ability a plus. (Also plays Carl's Dad.) Seeking actors of all ethnicities for this role. Logainne Schwartzandgrubenierre: Female, 18+ to play preteen. Alto/belter. The youngest speller, she is incredibly political, keenly aware of her surroundings, and driven by internal and external pressure. She wants to win to make her fathers proud. She is also somewhat of a neat freak and has a lisp. Strong movement ability a plus. Seeking actors of all ethnicities to play this role. Marcy Park: Female, 18+ to play preteen. Soprano/belter. A recent transfer student who attends Catholic school, Marcy is a quintessential overachiever and comes from a family where excellence is expected. She speaks six languages, is athletic, and plays multiple instruments among her other talents. She keeps her problems to herself and is not allowed to cry. Strong movement ability a plus. Seeking an Asian actor for this role. Olive Ostrovsky: Female, 18+ to play preteen. Soprano/high mixed belt to an F. A newcomer to competitive spelling, Olive loves words and spends time alone reading her friend, the dictionary. She’s alone at the Bee, as her mother is in an ashram in India, and her father is working late, as usual. Words bring her comfort and are exciting to her. She starts out enormously shy and begins to blossom. Strong movement ability a plus. Seeking actors of all ethnicities for this role. William Barfee: Male, 18+ to play preteen. Baritone. A finalist last year, he was eliminated because of an allergic reaction to peanuts and is back for vindication. Friendship surprises him today as he relies on his “Magic Foot” method of spelling that boosted him to spelling glory (even though he only has one working nostril and a touchy personality). Strong movement ability a plus. Seeking actors of all ethnicities for this role.


A Chorus Line - Non-Union - Dancers
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Seeking:RICHIE: Male, 27, African-American. Athletic, high-energy dancer with strong R&B falsetto range. AL: Male, 30. From the Bronx. Genial and outgoing, with a streetwise edge. Very loving and supportive of his new wife, Kristine. Strong baritenor voice for “Sing!” KRISTINE: Female, 18-22. Inexperienced and nervous; eager and full of energy. Great comic timing; performs the number “Sing!” VAL: Female, 27. Open and friendly but ambitious, with a foul mouth and an uninhibited sense of humor. Owes her shapely figure to cosmetic surgery; sings “Dance: 10; Looks: 3.” MARK: Male, 20. The youngest auditionee, fresh-faced, naive, and eager. Boyishly handsome; strong dancer. PAUL: Male, 27. Puerto Rican, from Spanish Harlem. Shy and nervous; eventually opens up with the famous monologue about growing up gay and his early experiences in a drag show. Fine dancer, sensitive, honest actor. DIANA: Female, 27, born in the Bronx to Puerto Rican parents. Spirited and feisty, with great warmth and love for the theatre. Beautiful singing voice for “Nothing” and “What I Did for Love”


Europa-Park - Open - Singers
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Seeking:Singer/Movers, Singer/Dancers, Singer/Actors (Hosts) (Lead): Males & Females, 18+, sopranos, belters, tenors, bari-tenors, and baritones with fantastic voices and engaging personalities. Dancers (Lead): Males & Females, 18+, trained dancers fluent in musical theatre dance, ballet, modern, and/or commercial styles. Males: 178-190 cm (5’8″-6’2″). Females: 164-175 cm (5’3″-5’7.5″) Show Title: JUNIOR CLUB LIVE! Description: Join Ed & Edda and all of their friends as they get ready to go live! This is your chance to be the star of our very own TV show next to some of your favorite superstar characters! Show Title: RUTLANTICA – THE MUSICAL Description: The royal ship Tre Kronor is on a secret mission. Its destination: the legendary island of Rulantica. On it should be the source of life whose precious water the captain Tord Johansen wants to obtain at all costs. However, when the simple cabin boy Fin falls in love with the mermaid Kailani, he learns that the plundering of the source water would bring about the sinking of the island. Torn between the prospect of fame and his growing affection for Rulantica, Fin finally opposes the plan of his greedy captain. A touching, emotional original musical to experience live at the baroque theater Europa-Park Teatro! Show Title: TIMES 2 Description: A journey through different eras of time, from the Baroque to the present. The swirling, colorful acrobatics show at the Globe Theatre displays an incredible dream world of poetry, comedy, and fantasy! Wonderful choreographies accompany you throughout the centuries. A unique ambience, stirring music, and international top acrobats provide entertainment at the highest level. Uniquely unforgettable! Show Title: PARTY TIME Description: Celebrate good times at Europa Park! Get ready to sing and dance as we get the party started


Europa-Park - Open - Dancers
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Seeking:Singer/Movers, Singer/Dancers, Singer/Actors (Hosts) (Lead): Males & Females, 18+, sopranos, belters, tenors, bari-tenors, and baritones with fantastic voices and engaging personalities. Dancers (Lead): Males & Females, 18+, trained dancers fluent in musical theatre dance, ballet, modern, and/or commercial styles. Males: 178-190 cm (5’8″-6’2″). Females: 164-175 cm (5’3″-5’7.5″) Show Title: JUNIOR CLUB LIVE! Description: Join Ed & Edda and all of their friends as they get ready to go live! This is your chance to be the star of our very own TV show next to some of your favorite superstar characters! Show Title: RUTLANTICA – THE MUSICAL Description: The royal ship Tre Kronor is on a secret mission. Its destination: the legendary island of Rulantica. On it should be the source of life whose precious water the captain Tord Johansen wants to obtain at all costs. However, when the simple cabin boy Fin falls in love with the mermaid Kailani, he learns that the plundering of the source water would bring about the sinking of the island. Torn between the prospect of fame and his growing affection for Rulantica, Fin finally opposes the plan of his greedy captain. A touching, emotional original musical to experience live at the baroque theater Europa-Park Teatro! Show Title: TIMES 2 Description: A journey through different eras of time, from the Baroque to the present. The swirling, colorful acrobatics show at the Globe Theatre displays an incredible dream world of poetry, comedy, and fantasy! Wonderful choreographies accompany you throughout the centuries. A unique ambience, stirring music, and international top acrobats provide entertainment at the highest level. Uniquely unforgettable! Show Title: PARTY TIME Description: Celebrate good times at Europa Park! Get ready to sing and dance as we get the party started


Hamilton - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:Ensemble Dancers/Offstage Swings (Chorus / Ensemble): characters are male and female, age 19 to early 30s, all ethnicities. Actors of color strongly encouraged to attend. Amazing dancers, versatile in all forms of contemporary dance. Must sing very well and be able to portray various characters in the ensemble. Ensemble and swings will also be considered to potentially understudy principal roles.


San Diego Repertory Theatre 2019-2020 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:“33 1/3: House Of Dreams” Stan Ross: Jewish male (18-51). Charismatic. A natural leader and facilitator. Should have a good singing voice. Vocal range not important. Dave Gold: Jewish male, (18-51). Nerdy. Hardworking. Very Smart. Poor social skills. Should be good with physical comedy. Vera: Jewish female (18-51). Sings alto. Stan’s wife. Smart. Witty. Must move well. Mitzi Jewish female (18-51). Dave’s wife. Tart. Speaks her mind. Should be good with physical comedy. Must move well. Larry: Jewish male (18-51). Strong pop tenor. Easy going. Goofy but not dumb. Ideally can whistle a song… well. Also appears as a Television technician. Producer: Female (20-30). Business like television producer with a sense of humor. Voices Mrs. Moskowitz as well. Tina: Female (20-30) Smart. Obviously attractive. Efficient. Office Manager. Also portrays TV Technician - Lola - Shindig. Must have stylish jazz vocals and move well. Sonny: Portrays a 25-ish year old Sonny Bono. Also portrays TV Technician - Sock Hop Dancer - TV Jingle Singer. Character Man 1: Erratic intense young man with lots of passion and energy. Plays two parts: Mickey, a music critic and Phil Spector from the age of 18 to 35. Character Man 2 (30s-50s): Should have a good William Shatner (Star Trek) impression; also plays Kim - Worker - Johnny A - Wayne - Roselli – Carmine Character Man 3: African-American (30s - 50s). Must have a good singing voice (Range negotiable). Plays Bobby Day - Bert - Brother Julius Male 1: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22), plays Ritchie Valens, Hispanic guitar player who sings and plays “La Bamba”; also Cascade - Sock Hop - Police - Lancer - Rebel Dancer - Shindig - Beach Boy - Iron Butterfly - Jonny Ramone Male 2: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22), plays Eddie Cochrane, guitar player who sings and plays rockabilly songs “20 Flight Rock” and “Summertime Blues”; also plays Cascade - Sock Hop - Police - Rebel Dancer- Shindig - Beach Boy - Iron Butterfly - Ramone Male 3: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22), plays Bobby Hatfield of the Righteous Brothers who sings iconic ballad “Unchained Melody” (falsetto to high E); also plays Art Garfunkel (“All I Know”); also plays Cascade - Ghost Rider - Moving Guy - Lancer - Rebel Dancer- Shindig - Beach Boy - Iron Butterfly - Ramone Male 4: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22), plays Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys; also plays Cascade - Sock Hop - Moving Guy - Lancer - Rebel Dancer- Shindig - Iron Butterfly - Ramone Female1: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22), plays Toni Fisher who sings the dramatic “The Big Hurt”. Should be a big dynamic belter, a la Eydie Gormé, Judy Garland, Melissa Manchester. Also plays Rockin’ Robin - Sock Hop - Albeth - Rebel Dancer - Shindig - Beach Boy Groupie - Iron Butterfly Groupie - Runaway Female 2: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22) Rockin’ Robin - Sock Hop - Priscilla - Rebel Dancer - Shindig - Beach Boy Groupie - Iron Butterfly - Runaway Female 3: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22) Rockin’ Robin - Sock Hop - Eddie’s Sis - Sherrell - Rebel Dancer - Shindig - Beach Boy Groupie - Iron Butterfly Groupie - Runaway Female 4: Singer/Dancer (17-22), plays Cher (of Sonny and Cher) and sings “All I Really Want To Do”; also Rockin’ Robin - Sock Hop - Rebel Dancer - Beach Boy Groupie - Iron Butterfly Groupie - Runaway Female 5: Singer/Dancer (17-22) Da Doo Ron Lead - Sock Hop - Crystal - Ronette - Ikette - Shatner Dancer Female 6: Singer/Dancer, African-American (17-22), plays Tina Turner and sings “River Deep Mountain High”; also plays Da Doo Ron - Sock Hop - Crystal - Ronette - Shatner Dancer Female 7: Singer/Dancer (17-22) Da Doo Ron - Sock Hop - Crystal - Ronnie Spector -Ikette - Shatner Dancer Production TBA “Hold These Truths” Gordon Hirabayashi: Asian-American male. A Nisei college professor in his mid-60's who, while reflecting on his childhood years, "becomes" his younger self- a freshman college student from a devoutly religious Japanese immigrant farming family. ALREADY CAST. “The Humans” Erik Blake: 60. A middle class Irish Catholic, practical to a fault and very set in his ways. He has sacrificed a great deal over the years in order to provide a good life for his family, but his recent confession has upset the comfortable world he knows. He is trying desperately to reconnect with his wife and cling to his increasingly distant daughters. Deidre Blake: Erik’s wife, 61. Erik’s loyal wife, devoted mother to Brigid and Aimee. With silent strength, she clings wholeheartedly to traditions, familial duty, and the Catholic faith. The institution of marriage is sacred to her; she very much wishes her family shared this sentiment. Aimee Blake, their daughter, 34. Erik and Deirdre’s eldest daughter. Both self-conscious and self-deprecating, her career as a lawyer once held great promise. Now, her physical and emotional health both suffer. She is deeply, quietly sad and in intense pain following a breakup from her long-term girlfriend. Brigid Blake: their daughter, 26. The younger daughter of the Blake clan, well-meaning but often impractical and dreamy. She has recently moved in with Richard and turned her back on Catholicism, much to the chagrin of her parents. She is half-heartedly pursuing a career in music and attempting to live out her perception of a sophisticated adult lifestyle. “Momo” Blake: Erik’s mother, 79. Erik’s mother, grandmother to Brigid and Aimee. Has been afflicted with dementia. For the most part, she remains passive and disconnected but has episodes where she becomes manic and aggressive. Richard Saad: Brigid’s boyfriend, 38. A worldly wise graduate student, Richard comes from a wealthy family and has never wanted for anything. Despite their age difference, he truly loves Brigid and yearns to be accepted by her family. “House Of Joy” Note: We are specifically seeking actors of color for these roles, especially actors of South Asian descent) Hamida: Late teens - 20s, F. A highly skilled bodyguard employed in the Emperor’s harem. Thermometer: 30s, M. A doctor with a hidden past. Salima: 20s, Gender non-conforming. The Chief Nazeer (Titled Eunuch) of the Harem. Roshni: Late teens - 20s, F. Hamida’s best friend, and a fellow bodyguard in the harem. Noorah: 30s, F. The most beloved daughter of the Emperor, and de-facto ruler of the Harem. Mariyam: 30s, F. The Emperor’s youngest wife, and current Chief Queen. Gulal: 60s, F. The Chief Bodyguard, head of the Emperor’s Secret Service in the harem. Ensemble: attendants, nazeers, bodyguards, etc. Production TBA


A Chorus Line - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:ZACH: Male, 30s-40s. Brilliant, driven director-choreographer; still a strong dancer. Commanding  speaking voice and personality; incisive, curious, in control. LARRY: Male, 20s. Zach’s assistant. Authoritative presence; a beautiful, polished dancer. DON: Male, 26. Married dancer with kids. Handsome and athletic; from the Midwest. MAGGIE: Female, 25. Sweet, pretty girl-next-door from California. Sensitive, lyrical singer with strong  high belt for “At the Ballet.” MIKE: Male, 24. From an Italian family in New Jersey. Engagingly confident; brash and scrappy. Very  strong dancer for “I Can Do That” solo; compact build, acrobatics a plus. CONNIE: Female, 32, Asian. Petite dancer with great energy and a spunky sense of humor. GREG: Male, 32. Experienced gay, Jewish dancer from the Upper East Side. Stylish and  sophisticated, with a dry, jaded sense of humor. CASSIE: Female, 32. Former featured dancer on Broadway, now auditioning for a chorus job after  trying for an acting career in Los Angeles. Lovely, vulnerable actress with a strong voice. Phenomenal dancer for “The Music and the Mirror” solo. Excellent Singer. SHEILA: Female, 29. Statuesque veteran dancer; her outspoken, caustic sense of humor usually (but  not always) masks her fears and insecurities. Strong actress; alto. BOBBY: Male, 25. Tall, attractive, with an offbeat, eccentric sense of humor. Physically inventive  comic actor; from Buffalo. BEBE: Female, 22. New to New York from Boston; eager to please but insecure. Wry, self-effacing  sense of humor. Belt voice. JUDY: Female, 26. From El Paso, Texas. Kooky, sexy, and a little ditsy but warm and likeable. RICHIE: Male, 27, African-American. Athletic, high-energy dancer with strong R&B falsetto range. AL: Male, 30. From the Bronx. Genial and outgoing, with a streetwise edge. Very loving and  supportive of his new wife, Kristine. Strong baritenor voice for “Sing!” KRISTINE: Female, 18-22. Inexperienced and nervous; eager and full of energy. Great comic timing;  performs the number “Sing!” VAL: Female, 27. Open and friendly but ambitious, with a foul mouth and an uninhibited sense of  humor. Owes her shapely figure to cosmetic surgery; sings “Dance: 10; Looks: 3.” MARK: Male, 20. The youngest auditionee, fresh-faced, naive, and eager. Boyishly handsome; strong  dancer. PAUL: Male, 27. Puerto Rican, from Spanish Harlem. Shy and nervous; eventually opens up with the  famous monologue about growing up gay and his early experiences in a drag show. Fine dancer, sensitive, honest actor. DIANA: Female, 27, born in the Bronx to Puerto Rican parents. Spirited and feisty, with great warmth  and love for the theatre. Beautiful singing voice for “Nothing” and “What I Did for Love”


Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival 2019 Season - Open - Dancers
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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. All ethnicities encouraged. Jan: (female, late teens to mid 20’s) A compulsive eater. Funny and loud. Pushy with the girls, but shy with the boys. Strong singer/dancer. Vocal: Alto A3 – C5. All ethnicities encouraged. The “T-Birds” : A super-cool, greased-hair, hard-looking group of high school wheeler-dealers...or so they think. Kenickie: (male, late teens to mid 20’s) Second in command of the “T-Birds”. Tough looking, tattooed, surly, avoids any show of softness. Off-beat sense of humor. Strong singer/dancer. Vocal: Tenor C4 – F5. All ethnicities encouraged. Doody: (male, late teens to mid 20’s) Youngest of the guys. Small, boyish, open, with a disarming smile and a hero-worshipping attitude toward the other guys. Strong singer/dancer. Vocal: Tenor D4– A5 with additional falsetto. Must play guitar. All ethnicities encouraged. Roger: (male, late teens to mid 20’s) The “anything for-a-laugh” stocky type. Full of mischief, half-baked schemes and ideas. A clown who enjoys putting other people on. Strong singer/dancer. Vocal: D4 – A5. All ethnicities encouraged. Sonny: (male, late teens to mid 20’s) A funny braggart and wheeler-dealer who thinks he’s a real lady killer. Strong singer/dancer. Vocal: Baritone G3 – A5. All ethnicities encouraged. Patty: (female, late teens to mid 20’s) A typical cheerleader. Attractive and sure of herself, but can be given to bursts of disconcerting enthusiasm. She’s a bit of a pain and unpopular with the “Pink Ladies”. Strong dancer. Vocal: Alto D4 – A4. She twirls a baton. All ethnicities encouraged. Cha-Cha: (female, late teens to mid 20’s) Bombshell wannabe. Takes pride in being “the best dancer at St. Bernadette.” Excellent Dancer. Vocal: C4 – C5. All ethnicities encouraged. Eugene: (male, late teens to mid 20’s) Brainiac/nerd. Physically awkward, with weak eyes and high-pitched voice. An apple polisher, smug and pompous but gullible. Strong singer/dancer. Vocal: A3 – E5. All ethnicities encouraged. 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.


Village Theatre 2019/20 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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APPOINTMENTS - Tarzan - Singers
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Seeking:Boys (Supporting): Male, seeking boys, aged 8-12, need performers of all ages and types, non-Equity only. Adults: Males & Females, seeking adults aged 17+, need performers of all ages and types, non-Equity only.


Michigan Shakespeare Festival - EPA - Actors
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Region: Central

Seeking:Equity Actors: Males & Females, 18+


APPOINTMENT - A Streetcar Named Desire - Actors
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Seeking:Harold "Mitch" Mitchell (Lead): Male, 28-45, Stanley's old army buddy, coworker, and best friend. He is a kind soul who lives with his ailing mother and is looking for someone to take care of him when she passes away. Physically awkward in many social situations, he has a simple honesty and loyalty, but when betrayed or slighted, he often surprises himself and others with how forcefully he can defend his honor. Working class and charmed by Blanche's feminine beauty, intelligence, and propriety. Eunice Hubbell (Supporting): Female, 25-45, African American, Stanley and Stella's friend and landlord, who lives upstairs and runs the building with her husband, Steve. She has lived in the neighborhood for years and sees everything that goes on in her house. No nonsense and direct, she has no problem telling people exactly how she feels, but she has a heart of gold and looks after Stella as a mother would. Steve Hubbell (Supporting): Male, 25-45, Eunice's husband and Stella and Stanley's friend. He and Eunice have a passionate relationship that sometimes becomes abusive. Working class and friends with the boys, he loves beer, poker, and a good time. Allan Gray (Supporting): Male, 18-25, but reads as a teenager. Plays The Young Collector, Pablo, and The Doctor. Blanche's young dead lover, a beautiful boy who married Blanche in their youth, was discovered having an affair with an older man, and shot himself in the head. He follows and haunts Blanche wherever she goes. Doubles as a teenage newspaper boy, a neighborhood poker player, and the doctor who comes to take Blanche away. Negro Woman/Mexican Woman/Nurse (Supporting): Female, 20-45, African American, actor plays a friend of Eunice, a flower seller, and the Doctor's assistant. A strong singer with a talent for jazz, blues, and spirituals. Encompasses the spirit of Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington, and Judy Garland.


Pioneers of Flight - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Man One: Male, 18+, high baritone/tenor. Joseph Montgolfier, Charles Lindbergh, and various ensemble roles. Man Two: Male, 18+, baritone. African American. Etienne Montgolfier, William J. Powell, and various ensemble roles. Man Three: Male, 18+, baritone. Orville Wright, Fred Noonan, and other characters throughout. Man Four: Male, 18+, baritone/tenor. Wilbur Wright and various other characters. Woman One: Female, 18+, alto/mezzo soprano. Amelia Earhart and other characters. Woman Two: Female, 18+, alto/mezzo soprano. African American. Bessie Coleman and various other characters.


Hangar Theatre 2019 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:2019 Season *All productions perform Tuesday 7:30 pm, Wednesday 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm, Thursday 7:30 pm, Friday 8:00 pm, Saturday 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm, and Sunday 7:30 pm. OR, WHAT SHE WILL by Liz Duffy Adams Director: Morgan Gould First Rehearsal: May 28, 2019 First Performance: June 13, 2019 Closing: June 22, 2019 APHRA BEHN Female. Late 20s to late 30s. LEAD. Must be comfortable with verse text. Aphra is sly and smart, and she is unafraid of her desires: for success, for love, for sex, for her art. The artistic team will absolutely consider actors of all races, physical abilities, and sizes, and will happily audition non-cisgender actors who are comfortable playing a feminine presenting role. NELL GWYNN / JAILOR / MARIA Female. Early 20s to early 30s, strong comedic actress, playful, flirtatious, Aphra's love interest. Must be comfortable with verse text. The artistic team will absolutely consider actors of all races, physical abilities, and sizes, and will happily audition non-cisgender actors who are comfortable playing a feminine presenting role. KING CHARLES / WILLIAM SCOTT / LADY DAVENANT Male. 30s-40s, must be facile with some accent work, physical comedy, playing multiple high comedic roles, must be good with verse text, but mostly must be hilariously funny. The artistic team will absolutely consider actors of all races, physical abilities, and sizes, and will happily audition noncisgender actors who are comfortable playing a masculine presenting role. ___________ INTO THE WOODS by Stephen Sondheim & James Lapine Director: Michael Barakiva, Artistic Director Music Director: Daniel Lincoln Choreographer: Andrea Smith First Rehearsal: June 11, 2019 First Performance: June 28, 2019 Closing: July 13, 2019 WITCH Female. An ugly-then-gorgeous creature from another world who only gains satisfaction in this one as the obsessive protector of Rapunzel. Vocal Range: F3 – G5. BAKER’S WIFE Female. 35 – 45. Determined and bright woman who wishes to be a mother. In a different world, she’d be running a corporation. Vocal Range: F3 – G5. (projected to double w/ Trish in Kinky Boots) CINDERELLA Female. 20 – 30. A young, earnest maiden who is constantly mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters. Vocal Range: G3 – G5. (projected to double with Lauren in Kinky Boots) JACK’S MOTHER Female. 50 – 65. Browbeating and weary, Jack's protective mother who is independent, bold, and strong-willed. Vocal Range: Bb3 – Gb5. BAKER Male. 35 – 45. A harried and insecure baker who is simple and loving, yet protective of his family. By the end of the play, through gains and loss, he becomes a sadder, more mature, more grounded man. Vocal Range: Ab2 – G4. CINDERELLA’S PRINCE / WOLF / LUCINDA Male. CP: Vain and gorgeous, he is a disloyal lover who is currently searching for the next new, exciting thing. W: Insatiable hunter who takes advantage of the weak by misleading, seducing and captivating his prey. L: Cinderella's stepsister who is black of heart. Vocal Range: Bb2 – Gb4. RAPUNZEL’S PRINCE / FLORINDA Male. RP: Just as vain and gorgeous as his Prince brother, he is always chasing the newest, most exiting endeavor. F: Cinderella's stepsister who is black of heart. Vocal Range: C#3 – E4. NARRATOR / MYSTERIOUS MAN Male. 50 – 65. N: An intellectual and pleasant story-teller who helps to orchestrate the show and illustrate lessons to the audience. MM: A mischievous vagrant and nosy meddler. Vocal Range: G2 – E4. (projected to double with Mr. Price in Kinky Boots) JACK Male. The feckless Giant killer who is 'almost a man.' He is adventurous, naive, energetic, and brighteyed. Vocal Range: B2 – G4. STEPMOTHER / GRANNY / STEWARD SM: The mean-spirited, demanding stepmother of Cinderella. Vocal Range: A3 – F#5. LITTLE RED * This role is cast. RAPUNZEL / GIANT / CINDERELLA’S MOTHER * This role is cast. ___________________ KINKY BOOTS by Cyndi Lauper & Harvey Fierstein Director/Choreographer: Gerry McIntyre Music Director: TBD First Rehearsal: July 2, 2019 First Performance: July 19, 2019 Closing: August 3, 2019 CHARLIE PRICE Male. Late 20’s – early 30’s. A leading man, just out of university. He is privileged, but likable — his father owns the shoe factory. He is handsome and lovable, but there is a temper right under the skin. Vocal Range: C3 – B4. LOLA Male. 30s – 40s. An emotionally and physically challenging role that requires the body of a boxer with the soul of a Diva, a la Whitney Houston. Must have star presence and feel comfortable wearing everything from full glamour as a scene-stealing drag performer to nothing but boxing trunks. Killer voice with power blues and gospel chops. Strong comedic actor. Vocal Range: C3 – B4 (one top C) LAUREN Female. 20s – 30s. Beautiful, but quirky (not glamourous like Nicola) working class girl who works in the shoe factory. Funny and smart but has had bad luck with men. Terrific comedic actress. Vocal Range: Bb3 – F#5. (projected to double with Cinderella in Into the Woods) TRISH Female. 30s-40s. Factory worker who has been there longer than any of the other women. A lot of life experience and a lot of responsibility–this shows in her face. Comedy chops. Vocal Range: Bb3 – D5. (projected to double with Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods) MR. PRICE Male. 40s – 60s. Charlie’s father and owner of the shoe factory. Appears in the opening and closing sequence as well as playing a pub patron, factory worker etc for the rest of the show. Vocal Range: Bb2 – G4. (projected to double with Narrator/Mysterious Man in Into the Woods) DON Male. Early 30s – early 40s. Lola’s nemesis. Burly hyper-masculine bear of a factory worker. Has a menacing physicality. Least likely to be seen on a runway in kinky boots. Strong actor required. Vocal Range: C3 – F4. GEORGE Male. 50 – 65. Factory manager, keeping up traditions. Reserved and tightly wound. Vocal Range: C3 – F4 SIMON SR. Male. Father of Young Simon (Lola). PAT / ENSEMBLE Female. 30s. Officious office manager who will let her wild side loose when allowed. Vocal Range: Bb3 – F#5. NICOLA / ENSEMBLE Female. 20s. Charlie’s girlfriend since school. Sophisticated looks. She is a social climber, driven and uncompromising. She knows what she wants and goes for it. Vocal Range: Bb3 – F#5. HARRY / ENSEMBLE Male. 20s – 30s. A contemporary of Charlie’s, but his opposite. Harry is successful, self-aware, confident and carefree. Vocal Range: E3 – C4. ANGELS (3x) Male. 20s. Drag performer from the Blue Angel Nightclub who performs with Lola. Vocal Range: tops out at A4 – C#5 YOUNG CHARLIE Male. 8-10. Local youth. YOUNG SIMON Male. 8-10. Local youth. The cast will also include an ENSEMBLE that appears as factory workers, pub patrons, etc. _________________ LITTLE WOMEN by Kate Hamill Director: Linsay Firman First Rehearsal: July 23, 2019 First Performance: August 8, 2019 Closing: August 17, 2019 MARMIE Female. The matriarch of the March family. Ahead of her time. Deeply compassionate. Tough. Intelligent. HANNAH / MRS. MINGOTT / AUNT MARCH  Female. H: the March's longtime housekeeper, cook, and de facto babysitter. A treasure; a traditionalist. Takes no nonsense. Matter-of-fact; she's the boss of that kitchen, for sure. MM: a very rich, stylish woman. AM: the most unpleasant old woman imaginable. JO Female. The second-to-oldest March. Does not fit comfortably within the given parameters of her given gender role. A deep fire within her. Impatient. Not the most tolerant. Wants to change the world. Very smart and knows it. A mix of insecurity and aspiration. Boyish and rough-and-tumble. Sometimes antagonistic. Can be quite awkward or abrupt; bad temper when riled. A great sense of humor. Passionate. Ahead of her time. A warrior. A special protective relationship with Beth. MEG Female. The oldest March daughter. Wears glasses. Acts as Marmie's second in the house. A romantic at heart - likes to dress up and have little luxuries in life. BETH Female. The third March. Very sweet and paralytically shy. Agoraphobic. An extremely special person. Almost incapable of going out in the world; sheltered by her family. Loves deeply and has deep empathy for everyone. Loves the simple things in life - so much that it hurts. Sees much more than anyone realizes. Brave and sensitive; quick to forgive and heal wounds. An observer. Possibly on the autism spectrum. AMY Female. The youngest March. Opinionated and spunky; popular and quite focused on style. Not the most tolerant. Sometimes puts on airs. Perhaps a bit spoiled. A perfect little lady - except for her temper, and her not-so-great command of "vocabilary." Grows up to be quite beautiful and elegant. Madly in love with Laurie. MR. LAURENCE / MR. DASHWOOD / ROBERT MARCH / MESSENGER Male. ML: Laurie’s grandfather. Hard exterior, but a good heart. MD: Boozy editor from whom Jo seeks publication. RM: Marmie’s husband and father to the March daughters. Civil war soldier who is wounded in combat and returns home. THEODORE ‘LAURIE’ LAURENCE Male. A sweet and handsome young man; sensitive. Funny, charming, and caring. A natural musician. Does not fit comfortably within the given parameters of his given gender role - he doesn't want to grow up to be a soldier or tedious man of business. Finds a family in the Marches. JOHN BROOKS Male. Laurie's sometimes stiff and awkward tutor. A poor man; well educated. Has a very noticeable limp - probably served in the war and was let home. Feels deeply. Quite madly in love with Meg.


Curse of the Starving Class - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:Wesley: Male, 18+, to play 18. Weston and Ella’s son. Trying to hold his home together through the family’s poverty and strife, and carrying the weight of that. Watchful, angry, hard-headed, afraid. Perceives and is deeply affected by all. Emma: Female, 18+, to play 13. Weston and Ella’s daughter, 4-H member. Fiery, smart, tough, with big dreams and a serious mouth on her. Weston: Male, 40-59, a big, prideful man and raging alcoholic, mercurial, with a volcanic temper. Can’t hold a job, in debt up to his ears. Feels the world against him, and he deserves more. Ellis/As Cast: Male, 50-59, owner of the Alibi Club, Weston’s regular bar. Burly, with tattoos, jewelry and shiny, tight clothes. A businessman and a brute. Also plays Emerson or Slater, one of two sadistic men who come to collect on Weston’s debts. Open to all ethnicities, actively seeking diverse actors from all communities. Sergeant Malcolm: Female, 28-30, a sergeant in the California highway patrol. Open to all ethnicities, actively seeking Latina and Asian actresses.


ArtisTree Music Theatre Festival 2019 - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:TINTYPES By Mel Marvin, Gary Pearle Director/Choreographer: Gary John LaRosa First Rehearsal: September 3, 2019 Preview September 19 7:30pm Open September 20 Open Close October 5th Performances: Wednesday thru Sunday, 5 shows a week. SYNOPSIS ‘Tintypes’ chronicles the growing pains of a nation in a musical revue that takes the audience back to turn of the century America, when the innocent, slower-paced days of ice cream socials and hoop skirts are giving way to a bustling world of automobiles, electricity and the telephone, where American optimism and ingenuity run high in leaders like J.P. Morgan, Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. It is also a time of growing social turmoil, as increased immigration begins to change the cultural and ethnic makeup of the nation. ROLES Charlie Chaplin A talented Yiddish immigrant who struggles through his various jobs. An optimistically talented and imaginative physical comedian. Gender: Male; Age: 20 to 40; Vocal range top: G4, Vocal range bottom: Ab2 TR (Teddy Roosevelt) A naval commander who becomes the youngest man ever elected President of the United States. Spunky and likable with plenty of bravado and military flair. Gender: Male; Age: 35 to 45; Vocal range top: Ab4, Vocal range bottom: G2 Anna Held Florenz Ziegfield’s enigmatic and gorgeous first wife and the star of the Follies. An intimate and coyly sexual French woman with definite stage presence. Gender: Female; Age: 20 to 30; Vocal range top: G#5, Vocal range bottom: G#3 Susannah A black domestic based on Ziegfeld’s pioneering male star, Bert Williams. She dreams of being an actress but constantly finds herself alone in the world. Gender: Female; Age: 20 to 40; Vocal range top: G5, Vocal range bottom: E3 Emma Goldman An immigrant, feminist, and socialist who revolts against government and the rich. Passionate and powerful with the natural ability of public speaking. Gender: Female; Age: 30 to 50; Vocal range top: Eb5, Vocal range bottom: G3 --------- FOREVER PLAID by Stuart Ross Director/Choreographer: Morgan Sills First rehearsal: September 24; First performance: October 10th; Close: October 26, 2018. Performances: Wednesday thru Sunday, 5 shows a week. SYNOPSIS High school pals Sparky, Jinx, Smudge, and Francis -- the “Plaids” -- are talented “guy group” -- just four nice young men who love singing harmony. They practice in the basement of Smudge’s family’s plumbing supply company, play proms and department stores, and dream about success. When the Plaids are killed in a car accident on the way to their first big gig -- at the Ai port Hilton Cocktail Bar, on February 9, 1964 -- the young men linger in limbo, as unresolved as their final chord, until the conjunction of various “astro-technical” phenomena allows them to return to Earth, perform their final concert, and hopefully win a place in Heaven -- and the deluxe plaid dinner jackets of their dreams. Will they overcome asthma, ulcers, nerves, and forgotten lyrics? Will they find the perfect chord? With a warm and clever book by Stuart Ross, Forever Plaid is a delightful, mischievous, and unashamedly heartwarming homage to the sweet and innocent sounds of the ‘50s and the ‘60s, and features harmonically spectacular orchestrations of popular hits such as “Three Coins in the Fountain,” “16 Tons,” and “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing”. ROLES Francis The leader and caretaker of the group. Confident. Asthmatic. He has a great deal of compassion for the music and the group. Romantic crooner and spiritual singer. Gender: Male; Age: 20 to 40; Vocal range top: B5, Vocal range bottom: F3 Sparky The clown of the group, who is shown to have a heart. Very sharp and loves singing his tailor-made solos. Wears a retainer and has a slight speech impediment. Energetic and clever. Gender: Male; Age: 20 to 40; Vocal range top: G5, Vocal range bottom: F3 Jinx The shy one. He lives his life terrified and doesn't always remember what song comes next. Sparky's step-brother, he occasionally gets a nosebleed when he sings above an A. Gender: Male; Age: 20 to 40; Vocal range top: D6, Vocal range bottom: F3 Smudge The worrier. He worries about the props, the running order, and always assumes the audience won't like him. Has chronic nervous stomach and is oddly reluctant to perform. Wears glasses, which hides his good looks and sex appeal. Gender: Male; Age: 20 to 35; Vocal range top: G5, Vocal range bottom: F3


Adriondack Theatre Festival 2019 Season - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:“Calling All Kates” Marc has planned the perfect honeymoon: a trip around the world with his beautiful fiancé, Kate McBride. But when Kate dumps him right before the wedding, Marc is left single, heartbroken, and with non-refundable, non-exchangeable tickets. In an act of desperation, he posts an online ad in the hopes of finding the only person he can now legally travel the globe with... a stranger with the same exact name as his ex-fiancé. Marc: Male, mid 20s to early 30s. Your average guy. Very nice but down on his luck. Kate: Female, mid 20s to early 30s. Extremely innocent, caring, bubbly and fun, believably quirky – the type who has never been on a plane before and has never even heard of espresso. Think Kimmy Schmidt. Narrator: Male, Late 30’s-40’s. The pilot and our tour guide through the show. Charming and interesting from the moment you meet him. Character can be from any country. Ideally plays either guitar or cajon. Flight Attendants: 2f/1m, 20s to 40s. Stereotypical cheerful flight attendants who will sing backup, dance, and play minor roles. __________________ “The Enlightenment Of Percival Von Schmootz” Fed up with a world filled with plagues, pestilence, and poor personal hygiene, a ridiculously optimistic young man sets out on a quest to end the Dark Ages. As he attempts to bring the light of hope to the world, Percival von Schmootz meets with hilariously disastrous results at every turn. Yet in this outrageous, Monty Python-esque musical comedy, it is only when things look the darkest that Percival is able to discover what true enlightenment means, as he finds hope (and humor) in impossibly bleak circumstances. Percival: (20's) Optimistic and naive. Think Cary Elwes in Men in Tights. Hildegard/Doran/Nun 2: (20's) Resourceful and determined, with a knack for disguise. Flavian: (20's) An overblown actor. (may be played by a woman). Sir Brontis: (30's) A drunken, pompous ex-knight. Mother Superior: (40's) Kindly and semi-rebelious. (may be played by a man) Copernileo: (30's) An unlucky scientist. King: (30’s) Entitled ruler. ___________________ “Sequence”  In this edge-of-your-seat thriller, Time Magazine’s “Luckiest Man Alive” has successfully bet double or nothing on the Super Bowl coin toss for 20 consecutive years. He’s getting ready to risk $800 million on the 21st when a young woman claims to have figured out his mathematical secret. Meanwhile, a staggeringly unlucky man believes his 150 consecutive wrong test answers are proof of a higher power. When both are asked to confront the true meanings behind their run of "luck" - guessing right and wrong can have dire (and fatal) consequences. This mind-blowing, award-winning drama will leave you breathless, as it seeks to finally answer whether luck is coincidence, divine intervention, or if its built into our DNA. Dr. Guzman: Female. Fifties. Theo: Male. Fifties. Mr. Adamson: Male. Twenties. Cynthia: Female. Twenties. _________________ “Beau” Eight actor-musicians tell the story of Ace Baker, who spends the first decade of his life fatherless. At 12 years old, a phone call reveals that his grandfather, Beau, has been alive all his life...and his mother knew. Family secrets unravel as Ace rushes to make up for lost time with a man who changes his life and puts a guitar in his hand. Ace Baker: Our narrator, it’s his story. Ace is bruised, bright and eventually brave. He idolizes his grandfather Beau, who unexpectedly changed his life forever. mid-late 20s Daphney/ Nurse: Daphney is Ace’s overzealous, sassy, and quickly spoken best friend of 15 years. She’ll protect him at any cost. Nurse, is Beau’s nurse throughout the play, mid 20s Pop Pop Beau: Ace’s grandfather and Raven’s father. He’s a wise ass, funny and quick on the dime. He has secrets of his own that he takes to his grave. He loves, but only on his terms, late 50-60s. Ferris: Ace’s bully, but also his first kiss. He’s a manipulative mofo. Callus on the outside but confused within. He softens with Ace, but only in private. mid 20’s Raven: Ace’s single mother. She’s a force of a woman and doesn’t take shit from anyone. She doesn’t need a man, but wants one. She has blacklisted her father Beau from her own life, for her own reasons. Mid-late 40’s. Larry: Larry is Raven’s boyfriend and eventually Ace’s step-father. He’s the corniest human being you’ve ever met. He tries way too hard to get on Ace’s good side, but never gives up. Dennis/Hal: Dennis is one of Beau’s lovers. He’s upfront and cut throat with no strings attached. Hal is a bartender at “Beau’s” gig. mid-late 30’s. Le-Ann/Karina: Le-Ann is Beau’s wife. She’s scorned by his circumstances, but desperate to make their marriage work. Karina is Ferris’s high-school girlfriend. She’s a bigoted mean-girl and Ace’s worst nightmare. mid-late 30’s.


APPOINTMENTS - Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies - Singers
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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.


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