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Shakespeare & Company 2019 LORT and SPT Season - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:“12th Night” LORT D at $700 per wk, in the Packer Playhouse (402 seats) Sir Toby Belch: Male, 50s Sir Andrew Aguecheek: Male, 50s Malvolio: Male, 40s Olivia: Female, 30s All other roles in 12th Night are pre-cast* without audition Most performers in 12th Night will be contracted to perform in Merry Wives Of Windsor as well (see below) ___________________ “Merry Wives Of Windsor” LORT D at $700 per wk, in the Packer Playhouse (402 seats) Fenton: Male, 20s Slender: Male, 30s/40s Doctor Caius: open to interpretation / gender / age Mistress Ford: Female, 50s Mistress Margaret Page: Female, 40s/50s Mistress Anne Page: Female, 20s/30s All other roles in Merry Wives of Windsor are pre-cast* without audition Most performers in Merry Wives of Windsor will be contracted to perform in 12th Night as well (see above) ______________________ “Topdog/Underdog” LORT D at $700 per wk, in the Packer Playhouse (402 seats) Lincoln & Booth: pre-cast* without audition ================ 2019 SPT SEASON “The Waverly Gallery” SPT 4 at $400 per wk, in the Bernstein Theatre (195 seats) Gladys Green: pre-cast* without audition Howard Fine: Male, 50s, a psychiatrist Daniel Reed: Male, 20s, a speechwriter Shakespeare & Company 2019 LORT and SPT Season - Lenox, MA EPA Page 2 of 3 Ellen Fine: pre-cast* without audition __________________ “The Children” SPT 9 at $700 per wk, in the Bernstein Theatre (195 seats) Rose, Hazel, & Robin: pre-cast* without audition ________________ “Coriolanus” SPT 4 at $400 per wk, in the Bernstein Theatre (195 seats) Coriolanus, Volumnia, & Ensemble: pre-cast* without audition _________________ “Time Stands Still” SPT 4 at $400 per wk, in the Bernstein Theatre (195 seats) Sarah Goodwin: pre-cast* without audition James Dodd: Male, 30s, a freelance journalist Richard Ehrlich: Male, 55, a photo editor


#DATEME - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Robyn: Female, 25-39, any ethnicity; this is the lead of the show and the main role is of narrator/Robyn herself; must be able to play grounded, real, and emotionally open; ability to connect with and interact with the audience while maintaining the integrity of a true narrative story – all with a sense of humor. Robyn is a reflection of the audience; key word = relatable; must be highly skilled and comfortable with audience interaction and improvisation. Woman 1: Female, 25-39, any ethnicity; able to play very broad without being a caricature; this role requires tons of energy and a wide variety of characters; strong physical presence who can play larger than life; comfortable with audience interaction/hosting interviews; able to play a genuine, sweet, and grounded older woman. Woman 2: Female, 35-39, any ethnicity; this role is a bit more grounded in contrast to the other female role. Ideally, a bit older than the others; her humor comes from wisdom and taking absurd things/scenarios very seriously; strong improviser. Man 1: Male, 20-25, any ethnicity; charming even while playing a typical douchebag; this role requires someone who can really move with style...able to dance/pop and lock, as well as salsa dance; can play a douchebag who is still vulnerable so the audience feels sorry for him; very attractive, charming guy with depth; a sensitive alpha male. Man 2: Male, 25-45, any ethnicity; less douchey/alpha than the other male roles; slightly hipster and sweet. High energy for 1950's instructional video character as well as "FelipeNieto" who pops up frequently throughout the show; strong improviser; often plays the straight man. Man 3: Male, mid 20's – early 40’s; any ethnicity; able to play a deadpan jerk and still make him charming and likable; fun, playful physicality; comfortable with audience interaction/hosting interviews; able to play Sociopath role deadpan and creepy without being too creepy; ability to deliver a long monologue with integrity and storytelling building to a final punch line without joking it out.


Beauty and the Beast - ECC - Singers
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Seeking:Ensemble Dancers: Males & Females, 20-49, Seeking fantastic dancers to play various characters in the ensemble and possibly understudy principal roles. Tumbling a plus. Ensemble Singers: Males & Females, 20-59, Seeking fantastic singers to play various characters in the ensemble and possibly understudy principal roles. Beast: Male, 30-40, A Prince transformed into a terrifying beast for his lack of compassion. He is hot-tempered and commanding, but has a warm, loving heart buried far beneath his gruff exterior. Vocal range A2 to F4. Gaston: Male, 30-40, The egotistical, ultra-masculine villain determined to marry Belle. He is manipulative yet charming and earnest. Vocal range A2 to E4. LeFou: Male, 25-35, Gaston’s bumbling sidekick. He is loyal, energetic, and optimistic, but not quite the brightest guy. Vocal range: B2 to F#4. Maurice: Male, 55-65, Belle’s loving, eccentric father. A child at heart and inventor in his own world. Vocal range Bb2 to Db4. Lumiere: Male, 35-45, A suave, debonair enchanted candelabra. He is loyal and steadfast servant. Vocal range F#3 to F#4. Cogsworth: Male, 40-55, A tightly-wound enchanted mantle clock and the head of the Beast’s household. He is uptight, strict, and punctual but also hard-working, faithful, and thorough. Vocal range A2 to E4. Mrs. Potts: Female, 45-55, A warm-hearted, maternal enchanted teapot. She is loyal, caring, and playful. Vocal range F#3 to G5. Chip: Male, 7-10, An enchanted teacup and Mrs. Potts’ darling little boy. He is innocent, playful, and bright-eyed. Vocal range A3 to F5. Babette: Female, 25-35, A saucy, enchanted feather-duster, and the object of Lumiere’s affections. She is the playful, gorgeous seductive French maid. Vocal range C4 to F5. Monsiuer D'Arque: Male, 35-55, The scheming proprietor of the local insane asylum. He is a dark, sinister villain who aides Gaston in his plot to marry Belle. Vocal range D3 to A4.


The Bigot - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:Jim: Male, in his mid-60s. Worked as a construction manager throughout his life. A proud racist. Intolerant of other people's differences. A bigot that dislikes gays, other races and religions, or any other minority. Lives alone in his apartment and has been there for most of his adult life. Resents the changes that are happening in his neighborhood. Jim has no friends; his son Seth is his only visitor. Cast. Seth: Male, early 40s. Jim's son. History teacher at a local college. History buff. Single. Liberal/socialist and active in politics. Aysha: Female, mid-30s. African American. Lesbian. Lives with Paula. Opinionated. Strong personality. Serious. Almost everything is an argument. Neat and overly organized. Paula: Female, early 30s. Lesbian. Lives with Aysha. Easygoing, unorganized, and likes to have fun. Kind person and cares for other people.


City Center Encores! Off Center 2019 Season - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:ADAPTED FROM THE BOOK BY STUDS TERKEL BY: NINA FASO and STEPHEN SCHWARTZ with additional contributions by GORDON GREENBERG SONGS BY: CRAIG CARNELIA, MICKI GRANT, LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA, MARY RODGERS and SUSAN BIRKENHEAD, STEPHEN SCHWARTZ, JAMES TAYLOR DIRECTOR: ANNE KAUFFMAN MUSIC DIRECTOR: CHRIS FENWICK CHOREOGRAPHER: TBA 1st. Rehearsal: June 14th, 2019 Opening: June 26th, 2019 Closing: June 29th, 2019 WORKING Is the first presentation of the Encores! Off Center 2019 Season. It is WORKING for 2019. A look at America’s workforce from the original 1978 production to the 2010 revision along with new material for today. We are casting a company of NINE core principles and five dancer/singers to play the roles listed below in addition to various non-singing characters. THIS WILL BE A TRUE ENSEMBLE WITH THE CORE COMPANY ALL PLAYING MULTIPLE ROLES. DOUBLING HAS NOT YET BEEN DETERMINED. ACTORS OF ALL ETHNICITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO AUDITION FOR ALL ROLES. SEEKING: MIKE DILLARD: 40’s - 50’s. Male. An ironworker, to use his own words “a dying breed”. Began at 18, the profession is a family tradition. Bucks at the stereotype of a man who earns his living with his muscle. Sings FATHERS AND SONS. FREDDY RODRIGUEZ: Hispanic, Male. A delivery boy in a restaurant. Young, loves being out of the restaurant. Takes his work and responsibility seriously. Sings DELIVERY. AL CALINDA: Black, 50’s, Male. A parking lot attendant. Began working at 16. Smooth and cool. Sings LOVIN’ AL. FRANK DECKER: late 30’s - early 50’s, Male. A family man who loves being on the road. Sings BROTHER TRUCKER.. ANTHONY COELHO: 40’s. Male. A stone mason, a craftsman, a builder. Immensely proud of his work. Soulful. Sings THE MASON. UTKARSH TRAJILLO: Male 20’s-30’s. An elder care worker. Compassionate and alive. An immigrant, aching for home. Sings A VERY GOOD DAY JOE ZUTTY: Male. 60’s. Retired. Blue Collar. Reflective and wistful, though fighting it. Missing a job and the social interaction it provided Sings JOE. ROSE HOFFMAN: 50’s-60’, Female. A Teacher. An elementary school teacher. Began teaching in 1967 and having real difficulty adjusting to a changing America. Sings NOBODY TELLS ME HOW KATE RUSHTON: 30’s - 40’s, Female. A Housewife. A stay at home mom, defensive about her life, her work and society’s dismissal of the value of raising a family and maintaining a home. Sings JUST A HOUSEWIFE. GRACE CLEMENTS: 40’s - 50’s, Female. A Millworker. Works in a luggage factory, blue collar, a single mother working to support her family. Prematurely Arthritic, works in extreme conditions which have taken a toll on her, body and soul. SINGS MILLWORK. DELORES DANTE: 50’s - 60’s, Female. A Waitress. Funny, charming, talkative, wry and ballsy - an artist with a menu. Sings IT’S AN ART. MAGGIE HOLMES: Black, 50’s to 60’s, Female. A Cleaning Woman. Working in a hotel to create a better life for her daughter. Sings CLEANING WOMEN. City Center Encores OFF-CENTER 2019 - NYC EPA Page 2 of 4 THERESA LIU: 30’s - 40’s. Female. A Nanny with her own child and genuinely mothering someone else’s. Sings A VERY GOOD DAY _____________________ PROMENADE BOOK BY: MARÍA IRENE FORNÈS MUSIC BY: AL CARMINES DIRECTOR: LAURIE WOOLERY MUSIC DIRECTOR: GREG JARRETT CHOREOGRAPHER: TBA 1st Rehearsal: June 28, 2019 Opening: July 10, 2019 Closing: July 11, 2019 PROMENADE is the second presentation of the 2019 Encores! Off Center season. It premiered on April 9, 1965 at the Judson Poet’s Theatre and then moved on to an off-Broadway run at the aptly named Promenade Theatre. It is considered one of the great experimental musicals of the 60’s. ALL ACTORS SHOULD HAVE A SENSE OF THE ABSURD We are seeking individuals of all shapes and sizes, ethnicities and gender identification for this show. Nudity is referenced in the script and may be a part of the production, however, it is NOT a requirement. [105] Male, 20’s - 40’s. Any Ethnicity, An escaped prisoner. (Tenor - up to a sustained strong Ab, and legit baritenor throughout). [106] Male, 20’s - 40’s. Any Ethnicity, An escaped prisoner. (Baritone - up to F solo, higher in group) [JAILER] , 40’s-50’s. Male or Female. Any Ethnicity. Corrupt, a user. Nefarious and seditious but unable to see what’s right in front of his nose. (Baritone) [SERVANT] Female, 20’s - 30’s, Any Ethnicity, must have an astonishingly rangey voice up to a high D with a strong belt. A GREAT comedienne and actress. Born to the lower classes, she flirts with the upper. Smart, perceptive, witty. (Low G# - High D) [MOTHER] Female, 55-75, Any Ethnicity. Embarked on an existential search for her two missing children. Longing for what will make her complete. Must have warmth and gravitas. (Alto, low G’s - high Eb.) [MAYOR] Male, 50’s - 60’s. Any Ethnicity. He is power and capriciousness. He is absurd and ruthless. He is narcissistic and ridiculous. (Non-singing) [(MISS CAKE)/ROSITA] Female, any age, any ethnicity. A voluptuous creature. Unique, an American. The Peach of the West. She is a feast. (Mezzo-Soprano, low G# - belted/mixed E) [MISS I] Female, 30’s - 40’s. Any Ethnicity. A woman of the upper classes. Flirtatious. Made to love. Gorgeous strong Mezzo-Soprano (middle of the three ladies, up to an A). [MISS O] Female,40’s - 50’s Any Ethnicity. A woman of the upper classes. Has authority and has been around the elite block a few times. A survivor, fatalistic. Soprano (highest of the three ladies. Low A - High C) [MISS U] Female, 30’s - 40’s. Any Ethnicity, A woman of the upper classes. Sexual. Entitled, passionate, obsessed and rapacious. Strong, gutsy belt. Mezzo/Belter (lowest of the three ladies, low G-mixy high F) [MR. R] Male, 40’s - 50’s Any Ethnicity. A man of the upper classes. Bit of a twit. Conceited. A humorously unfunny man. (Baritone, up to Eb solo, F# in sextet material) [MR. S] Male, 40’s - 50’s. Any Ethnicity, A man of the upper classes and a self-professed student of life. Mixes with the lower classes but never forgets to dismiss them. Song and dance man. Easily City Center Encores OFF-CENTER 2019 - NYC EPA Page 3 of 4 superior. (Baritone, up to F solo, F# in sextet material) [MR. T] Male, 30’s - 40’s. Any Ethnicity, A wealthy man. A ladies’ man. (Tenor to high G). [WAITER /DRIVER /SOLDIER 1] Male, 20’s - 30’s, Any Ethnicity. Multiple roles including Soldier 1 - an everyman. Plucked from ordinary life and dropped in the middle of a war. (Tenor, up to sustained high A.) [DISHWASHER/INJURED MAN/SOLDIER 2] Male 20’s - 30’s. Any Ethnicity, another everyman, a victim of fate. (Tenor) _________________ ROAD SHOW MUSIC & LYRICS BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM BOOK BY JOHN WEIDMAN DIRECTOR/CHOREOGRAPHER: WILL DAVIS MUSIC DIRECTOR: CHRIS FENWICK 1st Rehearsal: July 12, 2019 Opening: July 24, 2019 Closing: July 27, 2019 Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s musical ROAD SHOW is the third and final presentation of the 2019 Off-Center season. It tells the story of Addison Mizner and his brother Wilson Mizner's adventures across America from the beginning of the 20th century during the Klondike gold rush to the Florida real estate boom of the 1920s. We are actively considering identifiable teams (either professional or familial) of either or both genders. We are looking for two individuals with a lot of chemistry, big hearts, big salesman - but also able to turn inward and show us the tragic flaws that will ultimately take them down. The play is called Road Show for many reasons- and a few of them relate to the personalities of these brothers. They habitually pack up and leave and don't get attached. Their ambitions take them to far flung parts of the world, but their sense of self worth could fit in a small trunk. SEEKING [ADDISON MIZNER] 30s-40s, Male: Responsible and level headed – for years, consigned to live in the shadows of his brother’s schemes. Sensitive, easily swayed. Deeply attached to his mother. A visionary, and gifted architect whose surviving work is on the National Historic Registry and inspired the landscape of South Florida. Vocal Range: F3 – G5. [WILSON MIZNER] late 30’s - 50’s. A schemer, swindler, raconteur and playwright. Charming, handsome, charismatic. An adventurer. Wilson’s good time is always had at the expense of others and particularly the ones he loves. Dapper. Vocal Range: F3 – A5 [HOLLIS BESSEMER] 20’s - 30’s. A disillusioned young man. Handsome, waspy, wealthy and entitled, looking for validation from his parents but finds it with Addison. Lyrical bari-tenor. B3-G5 [MAMA MIZNER] 60’s - 70’s. Any ethnicity. Ambitious, game and a little reckless. Besotted with Wilson and his charm, she takes care the care and love Addison provides for granted. She’s drunk the kool-aid. Strong, clear contralto. G3-E5 [PAPA MIZNER] Male. 60’s - 70’s. Any ethnicity. The patriarch neither son can live up to. Upright, expansive. Inspirational, a dream weaver. Baritone. A3-E5


Mamma Mia! - Open - Dancers
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Seeking:Dancers (Chorus / Ensemble): 18+


Maine State Music Theatre 2019 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:“Treasure Island” Jim Hawkins (Tenor) (role cast) The hero of the story. Boundless energy. A boy of 15. Small and full spirited. Eager and waiting for adventure. Comes of age throughout the play. Light English Dialect. Long John Silver (Baritone) (role cast) The villain of the story. Ships cook. Mid 40's- The leader of the pirates. A dynamic character who is challenged by having only one leg. Throughout the story he possesses the capability of extreme kindness, humor and nurturing as well as brutality and cruelness. Thick Cockney Dialect. Dr. David Livesey (High Baritone) (role cast) Ships Doctor. An arbitrator who is fair, intelligent and well organized. Early 40's. Well educated and acts as guardian for Jim Hawkins. A foil to the Squire. British Dialect. Squire John Trelawney (Baritone) (role cast) A lovable, befuddled, nervous, older gentleman whose heart is always in the right place even if his faculties are otherwise. He loves good food and fine clothing. Late 50's. He acts as the comic thread throughout the play. British Dialect. Captain Alexander Smollett (Bass/ Baritone) (role cast) The commander of the Hispanolia- 50's. Strong, assertive and unflinching. Calm in the face of danger, very well educated. Man, of high standards. British Dialect. Ben Gunn - (High Baritone) (role cast) A crazy man ...marooned on the island for 7 years. Jittery, nervous, sprightly, contagious with energy. Speaks very quickly. Makes odd noises for no reason. Perhaps because he's only had himself to talk to for all those years. Crazy talk. Also plays: Blind Pew (Baritone) - evil, ancient looking old man doubled over using a walking stick. Blind in sight only, HE wears a gauze rag over his dead eyes. Frail, small and old in stature, he is uncommonly strong. All other senses heightened. He is mean and takes pleasure in it. A frightening presence in the play. Cockney dialect. Thomas Redruth (High Baritone) The Squire's servant. Mid 30's - Likable and jovial. A "Cut up". High energy and eager to please. Strong Cockney dialect. Billy Bones (Bass/ Baritone) African American -Late 30's - Ragged, scarred; Gruff, pompous; loud. A shell of the man he used to be thanks to a life of drinking. Thick Cockney dialect. Also plays: Job Anderson - (High Baritone) -Suave and cool. Early 30's. Pirate. Mr. William Arrow (Bass/Baritone) The !81 Mate on the Hispanolia. Early 40's Official, strong. Without humor. Stoic. Quintessential English Naval Officer. Proper British Dialect. Also play: Burdette Wyeth - (Bass /Baritone) Gruff pirate who likes his ale. Victor Wolff - (Tenor) A happy Pirate who never takes anything serious. Abraham Gray (Tenor) Not Caucasian. A Good hearted lad. Naïve. A boy of 20 or so. Fresh and very eager. High moral fiber. Proper British Dialect. Sailor Tom Morgan (Bass) A Very Bad Man Late 30's -The largest, roughest and toughest of all the pirates. By far the meanest. Specializes in crushing things with his hands. Would kill his own mother for a profit. Cockney dialect. Israel Hands (Baritone) A very creepy, sexy, evil, pirate. Late 20's. Specializes in "cutting things". Not afraid of anything. Creepy dialect. George Merry - (Tenor) A funny, character type, pirate. Late 30's. He is gullible, affable and not completely with it all the time. A bit of a "mama's boy". The comic relief amongst the Pirates. A gravedigger ... Cockney dialect. Richard Joyce- (Tenor) An Irishman thru and thru.... early 30's... A Sailor. One of the good guys. Fun spirited with a sense of humor. Best swordsman of the "good guys". Thick Irish Dialect. Frederick O'Brien - (High Baritone) Thirty's - Another Irishman. Friend to Joyce. Mid 30's. A good sailor and a hard worker. Thick Irish Dialect Mr. Alan Bonet' - (Baritone) A Frenchman. He is a "good" guy and a romantic. Mid 30's. French dialect. Sailor. Also plays: Priest - (Tenor) kindly gentleman who presides over the funeral of Jim's father. Mr. John Hunter- (Bass/ Baritone) German. Sweet and lovable. Good sailor with bad hygiene. He never waivers. Light German dialect. Early 40's Mr. Ingraham - (Bari/Tenor) funny and endearing. mid 20' –sailor. Mr. Davis - (Tenor) Gruff and cocky Pirate. Wishes he were higher in the pirate ranks. Akir - (Baritone) An international pirate. English Accent. Meade Slyker - (High baritone) misfit pirate - wiry and thin - Cockney Dialect-Pirate. Linus Riddle - (High Baritone) Aggressive and head strong pirate. Trigger happy. Cockney Dialect. Tobias Bridge - (Tenor) Tall, popular Pirate. Well liked and respected by his peers. British Dialect. Anthony Brieux -(Tenor) Feisty and compact-fighting pirate. __________________ “Hello Dolly” Dolly Levi: Role CAST. Female 40-55 yrs. old (Belter/Mezzo). Matchmaker, widow, meddler, opportunist, life-loving, commanding, gifted actor with excellent comedic timing. She is a force of nature but also must show compassion and vulnerability. Dance ability: some. We are looking to do the Barbara Streisand keys, so we are seeking someone that is an actor first, but has a huge voice to boot. Horace Vandergelder: Role Cast. Male 40-60 yrs. old (Baritone B3-E4). Well-known half-a-millionaire, widower, owns the Feed Store, gruff, set in his ways, authoritative. Seeking an excellent actor that can be rough around the edges, but likable/loveable. Dance ability: some. Cornelius Hackl: Role Cast. Male 30-35 yrs. old (Baritone Bb3-F#4). Head clerk at the Feed Store, timid but energetic, enthusiastic, and adventurous. Dance ability: must move very well. Seeking an excellent actor that can deliver not only with his musical comedy hopes, but really be vulnerable and real for “It Only Takes a Moment”. Barnaby Tucker: Role Cast. Male 18-20 yrs. old (Lyric Baritone – 2nd Tenor C3-G#4). Assistant to Cornelius at the Feed Store, extremely timid, naive, energized, follower. Dance ability: VERY strong dancer. This role can easily turn into a bad and annoying musical comedy sidekick. We are hoping for an honest actor that is truly invested in every moment. Irene Molloy: Role Cast. Female 30-35 yrs. old (Mezzo-Soprano, legit G3-F5). Owns a Hat Shop, widow, beautiful, smart, fun-loving. Dance ability: must move well. We are looking for someone strong and someone that can fight against playing the typical ingenue and be a smart strong woman. She has room to be quite funny and we would love to find a woman who is not only an honest and beautiful actor, but someone that has her own sense of comedy as well. Minnie Fay: Female 18-20 yrs. old (Mezzo-Soprano D4-F5). Irene’s assistant, naïve, straight-laced, fresh, excitable, a follower. Dance ability: VERY strong. She can also tend to annoy and drive people crazy. We are looking for a strong dancer that can sing, but has a strong sense of comedy. Think Jen Cody or that same type. She needs to be a comedian, but play it real and not try or push for laughs. Ambrose Kemper: Male 18-25 yrs. old (Tenor E3-G#4). Struggling artist, good-natured, accommodating, wants to marry Ermengarde. Possibly double in ensemble. Dance ability: strong. Needs to have a great sense of comedic timing, but at playing the straight man. Ermengarde: Female 18-20 yrs. old. Horace’s niece, diminutive, whining, high-strung, wants to marry Ambrose. Possibly will double in ensemble. Dance ability: strong. This is another one that can drive a person nuts. Looking for someone that can make a role that is written to be annoying endearing and funny. We need her likable, not the type that you want to see less of. We want her and Ambrose to be something we want to see lots more of. Ernestina: Role Cast. Female 30-45 yrs. old. Accommodating, good-time girl. An eccentric looking, extreme character type from Olive Oil thin to chubby. Will double in ensemble. She needs to have a scene stealing sensibility without trying hard. She just is. Needs to be a fantastic comedian. _______________________ “Wizard of Oz” Dorothy Gale: Female, any ethnicity, 18+ to play age 16. A fearless, independent heroine with gumption who feels misunderstood. She has dreams of “somewhere over the rainbow” away from her hardscrabble farm existence. She will eventually find the meaning of family in a completely different land. Must love dogs. (Mezzo/Mix) Low-G to E. Very strong singer with full sound. Miss Gultch / Wicked Witch: Role Cast. (Female 25-50) - Sings comically but doesn't have to sound good. Strong character actress. One of the greatest if not the greatest baddie of all time. A serious villain. Henry/The Wizard Of Oz/Gatekeeper: Male, any ethnicity, 45-70. This triple role encapsulates: Henry is a man of principles doing his best to keep a dust bowl farm alive for his newly redefined family and the people who work for him. He is a pragmatist and keeps his heart hidden. A Gatekepper & Oz a kindhearted if flawed leader who has greatness thrust upon him in a magical kingdom. He flies out in a balloon every night; not for those scared of heights. Vocal range: Baritone low G# to F. Auntie Em/Glinda, The Good Witch Of The North Role Cast. Female, any ethnicity, 25-45. Preferably 5’7” and up. Auntie Em is a hardworking farmer’s wife who keeps calm in a crisis and runs the Gale farm like clockwork. In the ensemble she will play The Barrister in Munchkinland and Esmerelda, the wife of the tour guide, and Oz salon owner. Good Witch Of The North: Must have a nice figure for her spectacular dress. Glinda is an “Auntie Mame” type with a sense of flair and pageantry while being a clever politician running her portion of the Oz community. This character flies nightly, so not for those scared of heights! Vocal range: Soprano G below Middle C to High C. Hunk/Scarecrow: Role Cast. Male, any ethnicity, 25-35. A kind, naïve farmhand and ally of Dorothy’s. Transforms into the assumedly brainless Scarecrow who helps Dorothy along her path of discovery. He employs a vacuous, but responsible, wisdom to their trajectory. The role requires a physical comedian with dance ability. Vocal range: Bari-tenor low D to G. Hickory/Tin Man: Male, any ethnicity, 30-50. A stalwart, reliable – if guarded – farmhand with a strong sense of self becomes the romantic, sensitive, courageous, but heartless Tin Man. A classic leading man type with strong tap skills is required. Vocal range: High Baritone/Tenor low C to F#. Zeke/Cowardly Lion: Role Cast. Male, any ethnicity, 25-40. Zeke, a fatigued, frazzled farm hand dons the mane of the prissy, self-obsessed Cowardly Lion. This kind-hearted, if scared and nervous, soul takes a journey to becoming the common sense leader the foursome needs. Strong comic skills and an improvisational spirit are welcome. Vocal range: Baritone Low C to E. Auntie Em/Ensemble: Role Cast. Female, any ethnicity, 35-50, no taller than 5’6”. Auntie Em is a hardworking farmer’s wife who keeps calm in a crisis and runs the Gale farm like clockwork. In the ensemble she will play The Barrister in Munchkinland and Esmerelda, the wife of the tour guide, and Oz salon owner. This person may also understudy the Wicked Witch of The West. Vocal Range: Mezzo with low Ab to strong belt with high C# in mix belt.


Dear Evan Hansen - Open - Singers
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Seeking:Evan Hansen (Lead): Male, 16-30, vocal: pop tenor G2-B4 (bottom G to top B). 17 years old. Smart, sincere, and excruciatingly self-conscious, Evan prefers to hover in the background, a supporting player in his own life, too afraid to step forward into the spotlight and risk ridicule or, what might be worse, no one noticing him at all. Zoe Murphy (Supporting): Female, 16-30, vocal: pop soprano F3-E5 (bottom F to E two above middle C). 16 years old. Sensitive and sophisticated, with a sharp sense of humor, Zoe could care less about the status games and popularity rites of high school. She feels a terrible ambivalence over her brother’s death. Connor Murphy (Supporting): Male, 17-30, vocal: pop bari/tenor G2-G4 (bottom G to top G). 17 years old. An angry, disaffected loner, Connor has been a troubled kid for as long as anyone can remember, an enigma and a source of endless consternation to his long suffering parents. Jared Kleinman (Supporting): Male, 16-30, vocal: pop tenor A2-B4 (bottom A to top B). 17 years old. Droll and sarcastic, Jared covers his own insecurities with a well-practiced swagger and a know-it-all arrogance. Alana Beck (Supporting): Female, 16-30, vocal: pop soprano F3-E5 (bottom F to E two above middle C). 17 years old. Earnest to a fault, prone to melodrama, Alana hides a deeper loneliness beneath an ever-present smile and an almost aggressive friendliness.


Berkshire Theatre Festival 2019 Season - EPA - Actors, Sigers
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Seeking:Fitzpatrick Main Stage  “The Skin Of Our Teeth” All roles available except Mrs. Antrobus and Mr. Fitzpatrick/Announcer. __________________ “What We May Be” Joan Stem: 50s, sardonic, gifted with one liners, feels unappreciated by her fellow community theatre members, tough exterior covers up a sensitive heart. Colleen Haran: 40s, librarian in a small town, quiet, trying to find her creative voice, married to a policeman who doesn't understand her need to go out at night, especially to the community theatre. Summer Oliver: 20s, a photographer's assistant, returned to her small town after college, perceptive, enthusiastic, easily intimidated, stifled by her small town, but too nervous to leave it. Glen Geer: 30s, lives alone, owns a copy shop, arrogant in order to hide his insecurities, president of the community theatre and enjoys the authority. Hal Polick: 60s, retired cardiologist, small town doctor, widower, no children, joined the community theatre to be with others of like mind. __________________ Unicorn Stage “The Goat” All roles cast. __________________ “Outside Mullingar” Rosemary Anthony Tony- cast. Aiofe- cast _______________ “Working”  Seeking all genders, ages and ethnicities for a company of 10. Everyone must be an excellent pop/rock/contemporary Broadway singer with major chops. _________________ “What The Jews Believe” Dave Eastanitsky: 40s son of a Jewish immigrant. Rachek: 30s, his wife, from Kansas City. Sarah: 60s Rachel's aunt, also from Kansas City. Rabbi Bindler: 50s, a northerner now with a congregation in El Paso. ___________________ Colonial Stage “Rock and Roll Man” Alan Freed: cast. Morris, Leo: cast. Hoover: cast. Betty, Alana, Bob’s Daughter: cast. Inga, Ensemble, As Cast: Female, Caucasian, 30s-early 40s: Professional, present, nurturing and supportive. Alan’s biggest fan. Must be a strong classic pop singer and a strong mover/dancer. Jackie, Ensemble, As Cast: Female, Caucasian, 30s: Strong-willed, intelligent, driven and confident. Must and have a great sense of humor and be a strong sultry pop singer and a strong mover/dancer. Lavern Baker, Ensemble, As Cast: Female, African American, Late 20s-Early 30s: A charismatic and dynamic singer with a big voice, big attitude and an even bigger presence. Must move/dance well. Bill Haley, Senator: cast. Judge, NY D.A.: cast. Little Richard: cast. Chuck Berry, Screaming Jay, Ensemble: cast. Buddy Holly, Pat Boone, Ensemble, As Cast: Male, Caucasian, 20s-30s: Lean, charismatic and handsome. A dynamic performer, with a great sense of humor who can play distinct characters ranging from the clean cut, vanilla, and smooth Pat Boone to the charming, and appealing Buddy Holly. Bari-tenor. Must be a strong mover/dancer. Jerry Lee Lewis, Dick Clark: cast. Frankie Lymon, Dave Cooper, Ensemble: cast. Quartet, As Cast: cast. Quartet, Ensemble, As Cast: Cast. Quartet, Fats Domino, Enemble, As Cast: cast. Quartet, Nate, As Cast: cast.


Victory Gardens 2019-20 Season - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:The Season has not yet been fully announced. Below is a general summary of the plays and what types are being sought for this season. SHOW ONE - An ensemble-based story. Seeking actors of varying ages, ethnicities and gender identities - particularly seeking actresses late 30s - 40s for one role. First Rehearsal: 8/13/19 Previews Begin: 9/6/19 Opening: 9/13/19 Closing: 10/13/19 Possible Extension through 10/20/19 SHOW TWO - A story centered around an African-American family. Seeking African-American male and female actors, ages 18-60. First Rehearsal: 10/15/19 Previews Begin: 11/15/19 Opening: 11/22/19 Closing: 12/22/19 Possible Extension 12/29/19 SHOW THREE - HOW TO DEFEND YOURSELF By Lily Padilla Directed by Marti Lyons Your body is a weapon. So says Brandi, who starts teaching her peers self-defense after fraternity brothers assault one of her sorority sisters. Joined by two male classmates who show up in support, Brandi's peers learn how to fight back, while wrestling with their own complicated experiences and desires. But how much can a class actually teach them about protecting themselves—and asking for what they want? Visceral and provocative, How to Defend Yourself examines the impact of rape culture, on campus and beyond. First Rehearsal: 12/30/19, Previews Begin: 1/24/20, Opening: 1/31/20, Closing: 2/23/20, Possible Extension through 3/1/20 Diana: 18, Female, Mexican American, freshman Mojdeh: 18, Female, Iranian American, freshman Brandi: 21, Female, White, senior. VP of the sorority. Kara: 20, Female, Open ethnicity, junior. Sisterhood chair of the sorority. Nikki: 19, Female, person of color, sophomore, Andy: 20, Male, White, junior. Alpha Epsilon Theta Eggo: 20, Male, person of color, junior. SHOW FOUR Seeking actors of all types and ages First Rehearsal: 3/3/20 Previews Begin: 3/9/20 Opening: 4/3/20 Closing: 4/26/20 Possible Extension through 5/3/20 SHOW FIVE Seeking actors of all types and ages First Rehearsal: 5/5/20 Previews Begin: 5/29/20 Opening: 6/5/20 Closing: 6/28/20 Possible Extension through 7/5/20 Victory Gardens provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, VGT complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the commpany has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.


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