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May 7, 2019

Look-Alikes/Actors & Street Drummers for Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi - Open - Actors
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Seeking:Superman (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, confident personality. Height: 1.85m - 1.90m. Batman (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, stunt work experience, and confident personality. Height: 1.82m - 1.90m. Green Lantern/Hal Jordan (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, confident personality. Height: 1.80m - 1.88m. Green Lantern - Simon Baz (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, stunt work experience & confident personality. Arabic male actor. Preferably able to speak Arabic & English. Height: 1.80m - 1.88m. Green Lantern - Jon Stewart (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, stunt work experience, confident personality. Height: Actor 1.85m - 1.93m The Flash (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, confident personality. Height: 1.77m - 1.82m. Cyborg (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, confident personality. Height: 1.88m - 1.93m. Robin (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, martial arts experience, and confident personality. Height: 1.70m - 1.75m. Catwoman (Lead): Female, 19-35, athletic physique, acrobatic skills, confident personality. Height: 1.75m - 1.8m. Wonder Woman (Lead): Female, 19-35, athletic physique, confident personality. Height: 1.75m - 1.8m. HARLEY QUINN (Lead): Female, 19-35, athletic physique, acrobatic skills, confident personality. Height: 1.70m - 1.75m. The Joker (Lead): Male, 19-45, confident personality. Height: 1.82m - 1.9m. The Riddler (Lead): Male, 19-40, confident personality. Height: 1.77m - 1.82m. Shaggy (Lead): Male, 19-40, slim physique, confident personality. Height: 1.77m - 1.85m. Aquaman (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique and confident personality. American accent required. Height: 1.77m - 1.82m.


I Spy A Spy - ECC - Singers
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Seeking:[JOSE RODRIGUEZ] Male, Latino, 20s, pop tenor. Ideally no taller than 5'7" or thereabouts. An enterprising, undocumented Mexican immigrant (Dreamer). He's not the biggest guy on the block, but he has the biggest dream. Ambitious, street-smart, charming. Ideally speaks some Spanish as well as having great comedic ability.  [ALINA ORLOVA] Female, Russian (character does NOT have an accent), 20s, soprano with belt. Ideally taller than 5'6". All business, this charismatic Russian spy is bent on undermining the West. On the surface, she's a cool operator, but there's a warmth underneath. No Russian accent but must have great comedic ability.  [SUNNY PARK] Female, Korean, 40s-50s, mezzo/alto. A proud Korean owner of Hell's Kitchen's best corner deli. Business oriented, but deep down, yearning for love. Should have facility with Korean accent, as well as great comedic ability.  [ABDUL MAKHDOOM] Male, Pakistani, 40s-50s, baritone. A passionate Pakistani pizzeria proprietor with dreams of a Michelin Star and a wife. Romantic and a bit vague. Should have facility with Pakistani accent, as well as great comedic ability.  [COLD BORSCHT] Male, Russian, 40s-50s, baritone. One of Russia's most awarded spies and Alina's father. Imposing, demanding, superior. Should have facility with mild Russian accent, as well as great comedic ability.  [PRISCILIANA ESPINOZA] Female, Latina, 40s-50s, mezzo. A Mexican mafiosa with a corrupt flair for deal-making. She's raunchy, devious and a powerhouse of dominatrix energy. Must have convincing Mexican accent and comedic ability.  [BEEF STROGANOFF] Male, Russian, early 20s, tenor. A pale-skinned denizen of the dark web. Speaks hacker jargon. Must have comedic chops and ability to play a variety of characters.  [MRS. BROWN] Female, any ethnicity, 30s, soprano-belt. A hard-nosed US government agent. Must have good comedic chops and ability to play a variety of characters.  [MR. GRAY] Male, any ethnicity, 30s, bari-bass. A hard-nosed US government agent. Must have good comedic chops and ability to play a variety of characters.  [LENNY] Male, any ethnicity, 30s, bari-tenor. A smarmy casting director. Must have comedic ability and ability to play multiple roles with various accents.


Stu For Silverton - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:[STU] – 40s to 60s, non-binary. Open to all voice types. An entrepreneur, politician, movie theatre owner, and leader in the small rural town of Silverton, Oregon. Stu was named the nation's first transgender mayor when elected in 2008, although Stu identifies as a "gender anarchist." Stu is as much methodical as bold, equal parts brave and kind, pragmatic while also maintaining fabulous, and all at once a mechanic, Rocky Horror lover, inventor, vintage shoe collector, and Oregonian. Frankenfurter meets Dolly Levi. Any ethnicity. SEEKING TRANS/NON-BINARY PERFORMERS ONLY FOR THIS ROLE. OFFER OUT  [VICTORIA] – 40s to 60s, female. Strong belter. Thought she would always live a city-solo life but instead fell in love with Stu and ended up in Silverton – she really wants this conventional town to wake up and shake up. Loves thrifts sales, flea markets, runs a small business, has a wild internal life, loves The Rocky Horror Picture show and is never afraid to speak her mind. Any ethnicity. OFFER OUT  [BARB] – 40s to 60s, female. Strong belter. A good friend of Stu’s since high school, the queen of Silverton – runs a salon, looks fabulous at all times, plays hostess to the book-club, organizes Zumba, and really is the beating heart of this small community. If she does it, everyone else will. Any ethnicity.  [JOE] – 40s to 60s, male. Baritone. All-American, recently lost his job at a hardware store, best friends with Stu until Stu transitions, father of Timmy, husband of Sharon, trying to make ends meet during the recession of 2008. Any ethnicity. OFFER OUT  [SHARON] – 40s to 55, female. Belt/Soprano mix. Married to Joe, a bit younger, mother to Timmy (the last of her children -perhaps an “accident”), wise, considerate, a bit frazzled as she's burning the candle at both ends to be a good mom, wife, citizen, sides with Stu and takes over the power in the household when her husband loses his job. Any ethnicity.  [JEAN-ANNE] – 80s+, female. Strong belter. The grandmother to everyone in the town, beloved, opinionated, religious, the matriarch of Silverton in many ways – very close to Stu’s family until Stu’s transition disrupts this relationship. Any ethnicity. OFFER OUT  [HODGETT] – 40s to 60s, male. Baritone. The mayor of Silverton for many years, representative of the career politicians who sit in office and don’t get much done. Any ethnicity. OFFER OUT  [TIMMY] – 13 to 15, male. Strong belter (in a low alto range). Son of Sharon and Joe, in a way a lot like Stu when younger – perhaps a bit odd and ahead of the curve - smart, sensitive and independent. Any ethnicity. ***Please note: This role will be contracted by a LOCAL HIRE for the 5th Avenue production.


Cagney - ECC - Singers
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Seeking:All must be great tap dancers (Except Jack Warner, Ma Cagney, and the character actor who plays a variety of roles.) James Cagney: This Role is Cast : Seeking great tap dancer, showman, versatile actor, tough guy, and singer. James Cagney, son of Irish immigrants grew up on the lower east side where he was a street fighter, went on to be a song and dance man in vaudeville, and gain fame on the Silver Screen as a larger than life Gangster and a “Yankee Doodle Dandy.” Jack Warner: ( 40’s/50’s) Good Mover. No dancing required. Plays the charismatic head of Warner Brothers Studios and others. Great comic timing, ruthless with a big smile. Bari-tenor with a strong F-sharp (negotiable). An F is non –negotiable. Shyster, fast talker, in charge type. Think Jerry Orbach in Chicago. Bill Cagney: (30’s/40’s) Great tap dancer. Plays the brother of James Cagney and Cagney’s level headed business manager and other roles (including a foreman, a screen writer, a vaudevillian, a contract player for Warner Bros. etc.) Bari-tenor to an F. Bob Hope: (30’s/40’s) Great tap dancer. Plays the famous comedian and song and dance movie star and others (including a Congressman, a screen writer, a studio contract player, etc.) Tenor to a G. Ma Cagney: (40’s/50’s) Good mover; no dancing required. Plays James Cagney’s Irish mother – no nonsense martriarch, making the most of the challenging immigrant life. Great Mezzo Soprano. Jane: (30s/40s), good dancer. (Jack Warner’s smitten secretary). Also plays others (including a Screen writer, a Congressperson, etc.) Great comic character with terrific timing. Strong belter with head voice. Willie Cagney: (early to late 30’s), great tap dancer. Plays James Cagney’s loving beautiful wife. Also plays others (including a Congressperson, a Screen Writer, etc.) First seen as a sensational tap dancing vaudeville ingénue. Very strong singer: mix to a Db with a strong head voice above. Being 5’5” or under is a plus. Character Man: (30s/40s), good mover, tap dancing not required. Plays a variety of comic character roles: an immigrant Jewish construction work, a vaudeville comedian, a film director, etc. Great comic character with terrific timing and a good singing voice. Ensemble: Two men & two women (20s/30s), terrific tap dancers to perform on all the Vaudeville and USO production numbers and as dancers on the set of “Grand Old Flag” and “Yankee Doodle.” Terrific singers.


Cagney - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:All must be great tap dancers (Except Jack Warner, Ma Cagney, and the character actor who plays a variety of roles.) James Cagney: This Role is Cast : Seeking great tap dancer, showman, versatile actor, tough guy, and singer. James Cagney, son of Irish immigrants grew up on the lower east side where he was a street fighter, went on to be a song and dance man in vaudeville, and gain fame on the Silver Screen as a larger than life Gangster and a “Yankee Doodle Dandy.” Jack Warner: ( 40’s/50’s) Good Mover. No dancing required. Plays the charismatic head of Warner Brothers Studios and others. Great comic timing, ruthless with a big smile. Bari-tenor with a strong F-sharp (negotiable). An F is non –negotiable. Shyster, fast talker, in charge type. Think Jerry Orbach in Chicago. Bill Cagney: (30’s/40’s) Great tap dancer. Plays the brother of James Cagney and Cagney’s level headed business manager and other roles (including a foreman, a screen writer, a vaudevillian, a contract player for Warner Bros. etc.) Bari-tenor to an F. Bob Hope: (30’s/40’s) Great tap dancer. Plays the famous comedian and song and dance movie star and others (including a Congressman, a screen writer, a studio contract player, etc.) Tenor to a G. Ma Cagney: (40’s/50’s) Good mover; no dancing required. Plays James Cagney’s Irish mother – no nonsense martriarch, making the most of the challenging immigrant life. Great Mezzo Soprano. Jane: (30s/40s), good dancer. (Jack Warner’s smitten secretary). Also plays others (including a Screen writer, a Congressperson, etc.) Great comic character with terrific timing. Strong belter with head voice. Willie Cagney: (early to late 30’s), great tap dancer. Plays James Cagney’s loving beautiful wife. Also plays others (including a Congressperson, a Screen Writer, etc.) First seen as a sensational tap dancing vaudeville ingénue. Very strong singer: mix to a Db with a strong head voice above. Being 5’5” or under is a plus. Character Man: (30s/40s), good mover, tap dancing not required. Plays a variety of comic character roles: an immigrant Jewish construction work, a vaudeville comedian, a film director, etc. Great comic character with terrific timing and a good singing voice. Ensemble: Two men & two women (20s/30s), terrific tap dancers to perform on all the Vaudeville and USO production numbers and as dancers on the set of “Grand Old Flag” and “Yankee Doodle.” Terrific singers.


The Full Monty - ECC - Dancers
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Seeking:Female Ensemble: 18+, must be great singers, good dancers; roles include: Estelle/Ensemble: (late 20s-30s) Jerry’s occasional girlfriend; blue collar; clingy and not right for him; rock/pop belt, mezzo/soprano. Joanie/Ensemble: (late 20s-30s) written as African American; blue collar; friend of Georgie’s, fun-loving, great sense of humor; big rock/pop belt; mezzo. Susan/Ensemble: (late 20s-30s) friend of Georgie’s; likes a good time; blue collar; big rock/pop belt; mezzo. Note: the role of Molly MacGregor, Malcolm’s ailing mother, is intended to be cast as Non-AEA. Male Ensemble: 18+, roles include Buddy (Keno) Walsh/Ensemble: (20s-30s) physically fit; performs a Chippendale-like strip top of show; he’s a gay stripper, proud of all aspects of his being; must be a strong dancer/singer; rock pop; baritone. Reg Willoughby/Ensemble: (40s) union foreman at the steel mill; family man and an average Joe, who has to be tough with the unemployed workers; tries to strip, but just can’t do it; a nice guy in lousy circumstances; strong singer/dancer. Teddy Slaughter/Ensemble: (40s) Pam’s live-in, well-to-do boyfriend; the focus of Jerry’s resentment and jealousy; Teddy’s not a bad guy, but he’s doing well in a town where a lot of folks aren’t, and he’s not afraid to rub that in Jerry’s nose a bit; good dancer/singer; baritone. (2) Ensemble: (20s-40s) strong dancer/singers to cover Moving Men, Police Sergeant, Minister, Tony Giordano, dance students and the men of the steel mill; baritone/bass, tenor; note: two other ensemble roles are intended to be cast as non-AEA.


The Full Monty - ECC - Singers
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Seeking:Female Ensemble: 18+, must be great singers, good dancers; roles include: Estelle/Ensemble: (late 20s-30s) Jerry’s occasional girlfriend; blue collar; clingy and not right for him; rock/pop belt, mezzo/soprano. Joanie/Ensemble: (late 20s-30s) written as African American; blue collar; friend of Georgie’s, fun-loving, great sense of humor; big rock/pop belt; mezzo. Susan/Ensemble: (late 20s-30s) friend of Georgie’s; likes a good time; blue collar; big rock/pop belt; mezzo. Note: the role of Molly MacGregor, Malcolm’s ailing mother, is intended to be cast as Non-AEA. Male Ensemble: 18+, roles include Buddy (Keno) Walsh/Ensemble: (20s-30s) physically fit; performs a Chippendale-like strip top of show; he’s a gay stripper, proud of all aspects of his being; must be a strong dancer/singer; rock pop; baritone. Reg Willoughby/Ensemble: (40s) union foreman at the steel mill; family man and an average Joe, who has to be tough with the unemployed workers; tries to strip, but just can’t do it; a nice guy in lousy circumstances; strong singer/dancer. Teddy Slaughter/Ensemble: (40s) Pam’s live-in, well-to-do boyfriend; the focus of Jerry’s resentment and jealousy; Teddy’s not a bad guy, but he’s doing well in a town where a lot of folks aren’t, and he’s not afraid to rub that in Jerry’s nose a bit; good dancer/singer; baritone. (2) Ensemble: (20s-40s) strong dancer/singers to cover Moving Men, Police Sergeant, Minister, Tony Giordano, dance students and the men of the steel mill; baritone/bass, tenor; note: two other ensemble roles are intended to be cast as non-AEA.


Palm Beach Dramaworks 2019-2020 Season - EPA - Actors, Singer
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Seeking:“A Streetcar Named Desire”  Blanche Dubois: Female, late 20s – late 30s; Refined, complicated, delicate, she has beautiful manners, a love of the arts and all thing beautiful and elevated. A fading southern belle, she ended up back on the crumbling family plantation after a disastrous early marriage and became a schoolteacher. After the last relative died, she lost the family estate and was left completely impoverished and alone. She prefers magic and illusion to the reality of her life, has a hazy relationship with the truth and often disappears into flights of fancy. She has lived a relentlessly hard life, filled with loss and pain, and she’s starting to crack. She has arrived on her sister Stella’s doorstep in a very downscale part of New Orleans, penniless, after being chased out of her last teaching job for seducing a student. This is her last chance at happiness and she is determined to find it. Stanley Kowalski: Male, late 20’s-late 30s; working class, charismatic. Crude, highly sexual and loves the basic pleasures of life, including bowling and poker with his friends. He is earthbound, coarse and ill mannered at times. Unpredictable, he is prone to random fits of temper and violence. Ambitious and driven, he has worked his way up from assembly line worker to selling auto parts. He is fiercely in love with Stella, highly irritated but also fascinated by Blanche, who is his complete opposite in many ways, but not all. He has no patience with her games and her spinning of the truth, and ends up raping her. Stella Kowalski: Female, late 20s-late 30s; Blanche’s attractive younger sister, born into the same fading aristocratic southern family but she escaped into the arms of Stanley. Although he is not her social equal, she is madly in love with him and they have a strong physical connection. She is pregnant with their first child. She is grounded; much sturdier, more adaptable, and more down to earth than her older sister. She looks up to her beautiful older sister Blanche, and feels guilty about leaving her behind to care for their family and property. Harold “Mitch” Mitchell: Male, 30s-early 40s; Solid, working class, Stanley’s poker buddy. He is kind, if a bit thick and rough around the edges, and has an essentially gentle spirit. He falls in love with Blanche. He is very tied to his dying mother, who would like him to settle down with a woman before she dies. He is salt of the earth, loyal and would be a good provider. Blanche sets her cap for him, but when Stanley informs him of her less than pure past, he rejects her. Eunice Hubbell: Female, 30s-40s; Blanche’s landlady and friend, knowing, earthy, tough, she keeps the place running and Tillie Berg/Molly Goldberg – Female, 50-65; Jewish character, plays the lead on the show, Molly Goldberg, as well as Tillie, the actress portraying Molly. Tillie created the enormously popular show and writes each script, including the cleverly interwoven advertising for various product sponsors. She is a pioneering powerhouse, no doubt battling both sexism and antisemitism to get where she is. She is smart, funny scrappy and has lots of integrity. She doesn’t like secrets and is honorable and above board, unlike the executives she deals with. When told she must fire cast member Philip Loeb for being a communist, she initially refuses, ends up doing it and loses her show anyway. The suits consider the show too ethnic “Jewish” and old-fashioned. Precast Phil Loeb/Jake Goldberg: Male, 50-65; Jewish character, plays Molly’s husband, Jake Goldberg on the show, as well as the actor playing Jake, Phil Loeb. Warm, funny, always joking and laughing with the rest of the cast; sweet, gentle—he is a mensch. Phil is accused of being a communist sympathizer by a sponsor, and is ordered to be fired. Phil is the sole support of his mentally ill son, as well, and the eventual loss of his job leads to tragic consequences. Fannie Merrill/“Mrs. Kramer”: Female, 50-60; Plays Mrs. Kramer, the nosy neighbor on the show, as well as the actress playing her, Fannie Merrill. Fannie looks up to Tillie, and is very loyal and appreciative of her job. Smart, savvy and level-headed, she functions as a trusted adviser to Tillie, and in addition to acting, is heavily involved in all aspects of producing The Goldbergs. Eli/“Uncle David”/NBC executive/Cardinal Spellman: Male, 40s 50s; Plays Uncle David on the show, as well as the actor playing him, Eli. Eli is high energy; quick, kind of a smartass, and loves to tell stories. Also plays the shrewd, opportunistic Cardinal Spellman, so should have some gravitas and a weasel-ish television executive who rejects the Goldbergs. Walter Hart/Roger Addington/Frank Stanton/Cutlery Sponsor/Diner Owner: Male, 30s-50s; Plays several hard charging Corporate sponsors of the Goldbergs, who all bail on the show, due to Phil Loeb’ s supposed communist ties, as well as Walter, the show’s frazzled but devoted director and a friendly mid-western the diner owner who waits on Tillie after she end up in a touring production of The Matchmaker. _________________________ "Skylight" Actors should prepare an English accent for the audition. Kyra Hollis – Female, 25-35; Raised in affluence and well educated, she has escaped that life to be a schoolteacher in a London slum, possibly as penance for deeply held guilt or possibly as a way of discovering her own identity; now more confident, calm and centered than ever before, her new sense of self is about to be put to the test. Tom Sergeant (Precast): Male, 45-55; A self-made highly successful restaurant entrepreneur; charismatic, funny, aggressive, physical, commands a room, a man’s man that is used to getting his way; he believes he is fully responsible for his success and in control of his own fate (and sometimes of those around him).  Edward Sergeant – Male, (actor 18+ to play) 18; Tom’s son, he’s a young man in search of his own identity and a path of his own; a mixture of Kyra’s and Tom’s personalities, he’s desperate to make sense of the world while not asking for help; his dialect is more that of Kyra’s, but has the flourishes of Tom’s. ______________________ "The Light in the Piazza - Musical" Many of the lyrics are in Italian or broken English as many of the characters are fluent only in Italian. Margaret Johnson: Female, 40s-50s; An elegant, self-possessed, practical, and proper Southern woman; contained and controlled yet warm and appealing with a dry, self-deprecating sense of humor and a deeply romantic and secret yearning underneath; keeps her heart in a box; Southern accent; vulnerable actor with a strong legit soprano voice, G below middle C up to G#5. Clara Johnson: Female, 26; Margaret’s daughter; an impulsive, naïve, romantic, keenly curious, highly sensitive, and easily provoked Southern girl who seems younger than her age due to a developmental disability; classic American beauty; wears her heart on her sleeve; Southern accent; spontaneous actor with a strong legit soprano and belt/mix voice, A3 to high A5. Roy Johnson: Male, 40s-50s; Margaret’s husband; a contained, controlled, efficient, practical, proper, and impatiently abrupt though not unkind Southern gentleman; emotionally unavailable and cool; has a tight heart and a tight smile; Southern accent; austere actor with a strong legit baritone voice; also doubles as Ensemble. Signor Naccarelli: Male, 40s-50s; A warm, free, open, and amiable Italian gentleman with a smooth, affable ease and amused charm which could be perceived as slick; also has a temper and can be strict when he needs to be; speaks English very well and must also be able to speak fluent Italian with an authentic Italian dialect; confident actor with a strong legit baritone voice to G5. Signora Naccarelli: Female, 40s-50s; Signor Naccarelli’s wife; a warm, open, amiable, dutiful yet strong and watchful Italian woman; not unlike Margaret only freer; must be able to speak fluent Italian with an authentic Italian dialect; likeable actor with a strong legit soprano voice to C6. Fabrizio Naccarelli: Male, 20; The Naccarelli’s youngest son; dazzlingly handsome, charming, earnest, impulsive, dramatic, deeply emotional, and hopelessly romantic young Italian boy; innocent, pure, and sweet yet wants to seem more sophisticated than he is; wears his heart on his sleeve; knows very little English so must be able to speak fluent Italian with an authentic Italian dialect; engaging actor with a strong lyrical tenor voice to B5. Giuseppe Naccarelli: Male, 20s-30s; The Naccarelli’s eldest son; a handsome, charming, impetuous, hen-pecked Italian playboy; not the brightest bulb; desperately trying to hold onto his youth while still being the adult he’s expected to be; must be a strong mover who is able to speak fluent Italian with an authentic Italian dialect; enterprising actor with good comic timing and a strong legit baritone voice to G5. Franca Naccarelli: Female, 20s-30s; Giuseppe’s wife; a woman scorned; fiery, passionate, strongwilled, sexy, and unabashedly direct Italian woman with a deeply caring and romantic streak; must be able to speak fluent Italian with an authentic Italian dialect; fervent actor with a strong legit soprano voice to F6. Ensemble: 30s-50s; Various types to play tourists and citizens of Florence; versatile ensemble actors with strong legit voices. _____________________ "Lobby Hero" Jeff: Male, 20's; A uniformed security guard in a Manhattan high rise. A glib, talkative, wisecracking slacker hoping to get his life together despite his history of underachievement and lack of real drive or ambition. His goals are modest, get his own apartment, find a girlfriend, and he is somewhat shy and quirky. He has a big crush on Dawn, and to impress her, inadvertently betrays the trust of his mentor William. William: Male, late 20’s-30s; African American. Jeff's uniformed supervisor. A hard working, ambitious, upstanding man with a strong moral code, he values discipline and self-improvement and is wound a bit tight. He considers the wayward Jeff a “project”, and takes him under his wing. His moral compass is tested when his brother asks him to be his alibi for a heinous crime that his brother may or may not have committed. Dawn: Female, 20's; Bill's working class, attractive, rookie partner trying to navigate her way on a male dominated force. Tough, enthusiastic, but green and still making her bones, she has already gotten herself in trouble for using way too much force on her first collar. Her married partner Bill is her role model as well as her lover. When she finds out he is sleeping with yet another woman outside his marriage, she turns on him. Bill: Male, 30s; A uniformed policeman. A cocky, self-assured and smoothly superior veteran, he makes his own rules and is a dominant, charismatic personality. He is used to getting away with bad behavior in his personal life, but is actually a good cop, not too rigid or hard-nosed, and adept at working within various communities. Married, but having an affair with Dawn, as well as one of the residents in Jeff’s building.


New York Stage & Film 2019 Season - EPA - Actors, Singers
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Seeking:“The Bandaged Place” Jonah Irby: A 24-year old African-American manboy. He is Ella’s biological father, but not her guardian. A dancer. Graldine Irby: A 58-year old African-American woman. Jonah’s grandmother and Ella’s great grandmother and guardian, Ella Irby: An 8-year old African-American or multi-racial girl. Jonah’s daughter. Sam Yates: A 24-year old man of any ethnicity. Ella’s ballet instructor. Ruben Torres: A late twenty or thirty-something African-American or Latino man. Jonah’s ex-boyfriend. ________________________ “Lightning (or The Unbuttoning)” Net Marsh: any ethnicity, she could be 18, or she could be 38, she is feral, innocent, fierce, sympathetic, vulnerable. Able to handle a lot of language. Dollarhide Star: any ethnicity, he's 30's or 40's, a charismatic spinner of yarns, sympathetic, charming, desperate and lost inside. The Real Wife: any ethnicity, she's probably in her 30's, straight ahead, no nonsense, keeps her own council. Any ethnicity for all roles. ========================================== Martel Theater SPT 3 - $346/wk min, R/T Transportation, Housing, Pension/Health “Annie Salem: An American Tale” Jack Scan: The narrator, as incurious as a cueball at the outset, wears a baseball uniform. Annie Salem/Sophronia Philbert: The prettiest girl in town, wears a field hockey outfit. Uncle Krebs/Zephania Newland - A strange uncle, political radical. Cousin Hup/Edward Francis: A suspicious cousin, political radical, runs a junkyard. Gaby/77ilith: A disgruntled Midwestern chick and performance artist with a violet streak in her hair. Grandmother/Sarah Washington: A grandmother and spirit guide. Goshenite Man/George Henry, of the Tribe of Goshen: A preacher, the leader of his nomadic community. Ensemble 1 (Female)/Tall Pointy Hat/Teacher/CWolf the Dreamer. Ensemble 2 (Male)/Shorty Pointy Hat/404Oof/Truant Officer. Zero: Jack's dog. _____________________ “The Elementary Spacetime Show” All of the roles other than Alameda and Bone Woman can be played by any race, gender or ethnicity, though the cast will be mostly female, femme and non-binary. We are looking in particular for performers who present as gender complex, possess comedic skills, and are strong movers and singers (any style). Also looking for performers who play instruments other than piano, guitar and uke. Circus skills and stupid human tricks are a bonus. Alameda (female, femme or non-binary): A severely depressed teenager. Frankie: A guide-friend. MC: impresario/game show host. Nurse Kathy. Precious: A glittery androgynous rock star. Robot. Mom (not Alameda's real mom). Dad (not Alameda's real dad). A Princess. Bone Woman (female): a mystical wild woman. Undead Wolf: Cute and fuzzy. Mosquito: a mosquito. Preacher: Maybe a white man, maybe not. Alameda 2: Another version of Alameda. ____________________ “Godess”  Ahmed: the M/C hype man of Moto Moto; Middle Eastern/African descent, late 20’s. Omari: Muslim, Middle Eastern/African descent, university graduate, talented, idealistic, plays the sax, late 20’s. Kamau: Muslim, Middle Eastern/African descent, his father. Siti: Muslim, Middle Eastern/African descent/ his mother. Che Che: Muslim, his fiance, Middle Eastern/African descent, mid 20’s. Nadira: sultry, beautiful, tragically-tainted jazz singer at the club, African descent, late 20’s/ early 30’s. Rashida: a waitress/ bartender/ den mother at the club, African descent, 30’s. Madongo: promoter/ manager of the club, brutish, a bully, African descent, late 30’s/ early 40’s. Balozi: a seer, ageless and timeless. The Trio: backup singers at Moto Moto. ================================================= Shiva Theater SPT 3 - $346/wk min, R/T Transportation, Housing, Pension/Health “...And The Horse You rode In On” Ben Park: 18-25, brilliant, on medication since a teenager, hacktivist, quasi-journalist, manic reader, rap/spoken word enthusiast, humanist, feverish romantic. Any ethnicity. Megan Park: Ben's Mom, over 45, widow, brilliant, career nurse, heart-broken a hundred times, incisive, empathic, wise. David Harvey: Career DOJ prosecutor, 30 - 45, smart, arrogant, righteous, duplicitous, emotionally invested in winning at everything. Judge Julia Ganz: Federal magistrate judge, over 45, with her own pace, an acute listener, detached from real world via career/academia, rational, but with hubris. Marco Empacato: aka PAC-10: Ben’s current roommate, under 30, born and bred gangbanger, Salvadoran and Chicano, brilliant, MS/La Nuestra former 'accountant' separated from the others until trial, avid reader, practical, calm and relaxed without fail, as if he's trying to leave his gang stress behind. Rojas: Career prisoner/regional gang leader of La Nuestra, well over 40, company man, typically above the fray, avid reader, practical, shrewd, uses legend and threat as a weapon. Big Keith: 2nd trip in prison, under 35, gang leader, Ben's roommate from transfer, aspiring rapper, sub-culture aficionado, intimidatingly perceptive, loyal, unafraid of repercussion. Hugo(VO)/Stage Directions: under 30, insecure and nerdy, one of the best computer security specialists in the world, yet still desperate to be liked ______________________ “The Best We Could (A Family Tragedy)” Emma: 30s. Peg: Emma’s mother. Lou: Emma’s father. Mike: Lou’s best friend. Maps:The Stage Manager, and all the other characters not named here. Maps has a casual relationship with the audience and she speaks to the characters in the play with a friendly authority a la Thornton Wilder’s Stage Managers. She loves and pities the people in the play the way that the Stage Manager in Our Town loves the people of Grover’s Corners. ================================================ Residency (no public performances) SPT 7 - $546/wk min, R/T Transportation, Housing, Pension/Health “Like Water For Chocolate” Tita (F): Late teens to early 20’s. Sensitive, beautiful, and passionate, capable of great love and extraordinary meals. Pedro (M): Twenties. Handsome, tender, and fiery. Better with wild horses than with words. Mama Elena (F): Late forties. Dominates her world with an iron will and a certain ironic charm. Upper class, of German and Mexican descent. Nacha (F): Fifties or sixties. Wise and ironic. A loving healer. A cook. Indian. Chencha (F): Twenties. A servant. A great talker and very funny. Indian. Gertrudis (F): Twenties. A free spirit, sexual, and a true compañera in the Revolution. Of Mexican, European, and African descent. Rosaura (F): Twenties. Proper and conventional despite her fat and her flatulence. Dr. John Brown (M): Thirties. A man of science, but also a student of alchemy, patient and kind. Anglo. Father Ignacio (M): Fifties. Conservative and correct. Spanish descent. Captain Juan Alejandrez/Armando Guittierez (M): Thirties. A revolutionary in Pancho Villa’s army. Rugged and political and sexy./ Forties. A musician of African descent, romantic but proud. Sergeant Treviño (M): Thirties. Impetuous, funny, but no fool when it comes to politics. Nacha’s son. Paquita Lobo (F): Forties. A nosy and delightfully pretentious neighbor who relishes in impropriety while professing to keep it at bay. A Francophile. Don Pascal (M): Forties. Pedro’s father, torn between love for his son, the constrictions of his class, and a terrible past. ======================= New York Stage & Film


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Seeking:Dapper Dan Tenor: Male, 20-39, traditional Barbershop Quartet. Tap experience a plus; tenor, must sing to high Bb and have great vocal stamina. Dapper Dan Lead: Male, 20-39, traditional Barbershop Quartet. Tap experience a plus; lead, great lead vocalist, strong leading man persona. Dapper Dan Baritone: Male, 20-39, traditional Barbershop Quartet. Tap experience a plus; baritone, great parts singer. Dapper Dan Bass: Male, 20-39, traditional Barbershop Quartet. Tap experience a plus; bass, true bass, low Eb or lower.


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