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April 6, 2017

The Honeymooners - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Ralph Kramden (Lead): Male, 40-49, heavy set, blusterous, a dreamer, full of himself in the best way; a schemer; reference YouTube clips of Jackie Gleason’s performance in the television show episodes “The $99,000 Answer” and “The Golfer”); actors should find a balance between their own interpretation of the character and the character we know from the television series; must have an excellent baritone voice and have fantastic comedic timing. Alice Kramden (Lead): Female, 35-49, caustic, sarcastic, yet very funny in her retorts to Ralph; a loving and caring wife underneath the veneer of her jabs at Ralph; reference YouTube clips of Audrey Meadows’ performance in the television show; actors should find a balance between their own interpretation of the character and the character we know from the television series; must be able to deliver zingers with effortlessly well-placed comedic timing; must have a fantastic voice with a high belt. Ed Norton (Lead): Male, 40-49, Caucasian, tall, lanky, comedic, a little dumb, sweet and true blue; working class, physical; reference YouTube clips of Art Carney’s performance in the television show ;“The $99,000 Answer” and “The Golfer” are two of the best; actors should find a balance between their own interpretation of the character and the character we know from the television series; must have a strong baritone voice and have excellent physical and comedic timing. Trixie Norton (Lead): Female, 35-49, Caucasian, not like Trixie in the television series; sexy and beautiful; like Adelaide in “Guys and Dolls”; a background as a singer, takes a job singing at El Morocco; must have an excellent voice with a strong belt, have excellent comedic timing and dance and tap very well. Bryce Bennett (Lead): Male, 40-59, a shark in an Ad Agency; leading man type (Jon Hamm in Mad Men); must be very funny, even though he’s harassed and panicked by Upshaw in their first scene together, he’s a shark that’s being out-sharked; manipulates Norton, always three steps ahead; must have a great baritone singing voice and have great comedic timing. Old Man Facciamatta (Lead): Male, 70-89, must be able to do an Italian accent; seemingly nice, turns vicious but in a funny, likeable manner; ideally seeking a strong mover; must sing very well. Upshaw (Lead): Male, 50-69, tough, funny, boss who speaks in a rapid staccato manner; enjoys comedic riding of employees in a very dry, deadpan manner; must have great comic timing; non-singing role.


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