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March 7, 2017

Holland America Line & Hersheypark Summer Contracts - Open - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Strong, versatile dancers (Union/Non-Union) with excellent physiques who are comfortable performing a wide range of dance styles from ballet to jazz to hip hop. Ballroom/partnering, tumbling/acrobatic, tapping and aerial skills a plus.


STREB EXTREME ACTION
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Time: 9:00 PM

Region: Eastern, Western, Central

Seeking:STREB is looking for performers for paid positions for rehearsals and performances in New York, the US and abroad. People with professional-level training in any form of ACTION including dancers, acrobats, athletes, gymnasts, martial artists, etc. You must be comfortable with physical heights, impact, falls, and extreme aerobic activity. Strong modern/ballet technique is encouraged. Tumbling experience is a plus, but not a requirement.


Holland America Line and Hersheypark - Open - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Dancers (Lead): Males & Females, 18+, strong, versatile dancers with excellent physiques and great technique who are comfortable performing a wide range of dance styles from ballet to commercial jazz to theatre. Ballroom/partnering, tumbling and aerial skills a plus. For Holland America Line, all performers must be 21 or over in order to be contracted. For Hersheypark, performers must be 18 or over.


Rent - Non-Union - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Roger (Lead): Male, 18+, any ethnicity, male, 20s to early 30s. Rock & roll grunge voice, like Eddie Vedder or Kurt Cobain; leader of a rock band; he is able to project raw pain with charisma; playing guitar a plus. Strong tenor. Mark (Lead): Male, 18+, Caucasian, male, 20s to early 30s. Baritone/second tenor. Underfunded, underground filmmaker, he has turned his back on his affluent upbringing; likable, if occasionally high-strung, he is almost the narrator of the show. Collins (Lead): Male, 18+, African-American, male, mid-20s to mid-30s. Low baritone, bluesy, gravelly voice. Philosopher, teacher, anarchist, AIDS activist; sings a huge emotional gospel-style ballad. Benny (Lead): Male, 18+, any ethnicity, male, 20s to early 30s. Baritone/second tenor, can handle pop ballads; a striver, up from the projects to the Ivy League, wants to be the next Quincy Jones; slick and cocky, a smooth operator. Angel (Lead): Transgender, 18+, any ethnicity, non-Caucasian, male presenting, late teens to early 30s. High tenor with falsetto. Actor must be willing to play drag. A fun guy with lots of style; extremely warm, lovable, and nurturing; playing drums a plus. Interested in seeing transgender actors. Mimi (Lead): Female, 18+, Latina, female, to play 19. Raw rock & roll voice with a high belt, Shakira with a touch of Ciara. Sexy and of the streets, with some dark secrets; must convey innocence and vulnerability while being very savvy at the same time. Fragile drug addict. Maureen (Lead): Female, 18+, Caucasian, female, 20s to early 30s. Huge, versatile rock & roll sound. Sexy, funny, attractive and wild; a tacky Jersey girl turned East Village performance artist. Joanne (Lead): Female, 18+, African-American female, 20s to early 30s, great pop belt. Wry humor and sardonic wit, politically connected, a Harvard graduate. Ensemble/Swings (Chorus / Ensemble): 18+, all ethnicities, all genders, 20s to 30s. Must be great pop/rock singers and actors to play various characters throughout the show, including homeless people on the Lower East Side and parents of Mark, Roger, Mimi, Joanne, etc. Must move well; seeking quirky, offbeat, interesting people of all types; most will cover principal roles.


Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage - ECC - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Singers: Males & Females, 18-39, contemporary pop/rock singers who can also dance. Songs sung in the show include “Do You Love Me”, "Yes”, “We Shall Overcome”, and "I’ve Had The Time Of My Life." Principal covers will come out of the ensemble. Dancers: Males & Females, 18-39, must look like real people rather than dancers and actors. Must be truly fit and have extensive training in ballet, jazz, Latin, and ballroom. Partnering experience a must. Men must be able to double as businessmen, waiters, and steamy staff kids. They are not chorus boys. Women must be able to double as wives, waitresses, and steamy downstairs staff kids. Principal covers will come out of the ensemble.


The Wonder Years - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Adult Kevin: Male, 30-39, voiced by Daniel Stern in the original series. Here, our grown-up narrator (in the unnamed mid-nineties) and a near-constant onstage presence, looking back on his early teens and commenting with nostalgia and, yes, wonder. Should possess an easy, regular-guy warmth, with a strong, rangy folk/rock tenor singing voice for everything from "When I Grow Up to Be a Man" to the iconic "With a Little Help From My Friends." Jack Arnold: 40-49, played by Dan Lauria in the original series. Kevin's stern workhorse father, a tough (but not mean) wall of a guy who wants what's right for his family but struggles with the vocabulary and emotional intelligence to express it. Strong actor who sings for "Cat's in the Cradle." Norma Arnold (Cast): Female, 40-49, played by Alley Mills in the original series. Kevin’s doting mom, Norma has a leftover "Leave it to Beaver" spunk that hides her desire for women's liberation, both in and out of the house. Possesses both an earnest suburban glow and a raise-the-roof voice for Aretha Franklin's "Respect" and "Circle Game." Karen Arnold (Cast): Female, 18+, to play 18, played by Olivia d'Abo in the original series. Kevin’s flower child older sister, Karen is on the cusp of womanhood but still needs to borrow the car keys. Braided hair, acoustic guitar, Karen is a hippie with a matching Joni Mitchell voice to sing "God Only Knows." Wayne Arnold (Cast): Male, 18+, to play 15, played by Jason Hervey in the original series. Kevin’s bully older brother whose aimless teasing gives way to a softer side, culminating in Wayne joining the army. A strong folk bari-tenor voice for "The Times They Are A'Changin'," etc.


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