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[Orlando] Actor — Orlando – Short Film “Late”

—Contact Information—
Name: Irene Ramirez
Title: Casting Director
Project Title: Late
Email: Irene@BrokenPhonebooth.com
Company or University: Broken Phonebooth Productions

—Casting Details—
Casting Dates: Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Casting Location: Orlando
Shoot Dates: Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Shoot Location: St. Cloud, FL

Type of Compensation: Food on set

Synopsis:
This is a short film (6 page script) about a deadbeat dad.

Character Breakdowns:
We are looking for a Featured Extra to play a Bride in her 20s. She has 2 lines to deliver.

Additional Information:
Broken Phonebooth is a not-for-profit production company.

We are holding an Open Casting Call on Tuesday, August 19 from 2 – 5 PM at:
Cru, 100 Lake Hart Drive, West Bldg., Orlando, FL 32832.


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[Los Angeles] Actor — RUBICON 2014-15 SEASON **Updated** – Rubicon Theatre Company Auditions

Rubicon Theatre Co. 14-15-LA EPA(Monologues)
Rubicon Theatre Company | Ventura, CA

Date of Audition:
8/19/2014

Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Lunch is from1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Sign up begins at9:00 AM

Contract
SPT
SPT 8 – minimum $518/wk

Location
New Musicals, Inc(Academy for New Musical Theater)
5628 Vineland Avenue
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Street Parking.

Seeking
Actors to fulfill principal and chorus roles in our 2014/15 Season.

Preparation
Please prepare two contrasting monologues, no more than two minutes total. Please bring two headshots and resumes to the audition, stapled together.

Other Dates
The Last Five Years – Rehearses:December 28, 2014; Performs:January 21 to February 15, 2015
Blithe Spirit – Rehearses:May 5; Performs:May 27 to June 21, 2015
My Fair Lady – Rehearses:September 30; Performs:October 21 to November 15, 2015

Other
Please do not call or email the theater regarding these auditions.

Personnel
Casting Director: Lisa Tyzzer
Artistic Director Emeritus and Director of My Fair Lady: James O’Neil
Choreographer: Caroleanne Marano
Accompanist: Chris Kimbler

· EPA Rules are in effect.

· A monitor will be provided.

Appointments
EPA rules in effect. Sign up begins at9:00 AM.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

Breakdown

Please note that Actors local to Rubicon Theatre Company may submit their headshot and resume requesting a local audition appointment. Please send to Lisa Tyzzer: Casting Director, Rubicon Theatre Company – 1006 E. Main Street, Ventura, CA 93001.

THE LAST FIVE YEARS
Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
Directed by Peter Schneider
Musical Direction by Michael Reno

Rehearses fromDecember 28, 2015
Performs fromJanuary 21 to February 15, 2015

Jamie Wellerstein, an attractive and slightly neurotic novelist and Cathy Hiatt, an aspiring actress who is his “shiksa goddess,” meet, are drawn together and then pulled apart by circumstances and choices. This compelling contemporary musical, which boasts a thrilling pop rock score by Jason Robert Brown (Songs for a New World), takes us backward and forward in time through the joys and sorrows of young love.
SEEKING:

Jamie Wellerstein (Male / 23 yrs to 30 yrs)
Character arcs from an ambitious guy on a promising first date with a dazzling career to someone who is blinded by success and ego. He is very lovable, yet makes unintentional choices that sabotages his own happiness. Vocal range: A2 – Bb4.

Cathy Hiatt (Female / 23 yrs to 30 yrs)
Character arcs from an ambitious, fresh-faced girl in a new relationship to a woman stunned by a betrayal and a divorce that she is only beginning to understand. Vocal range: F3 – D#5
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BLITHE SPIRIT
By Noel Coward
Directed by David Gilmore

Rehearses fromMay 5, 2015
Performs fromMay 27 to June 21, 2015

In this hilarious comedy by Noël Coward, a cynical writer doing research invites an eccentric clairvoyant to his home to conduct a séance. But the plot thickens when he finds himself haunted by the ghost of his beautiful and petulant first wife. David Gilmore, who has directed more than a dozen productions in London’s West End, makes his Rubicon debut with this production.

SEEKING:

Ruth Condomine
A smart looking woman, Ruth is the wife of Charles. She is a bit jealous of Charles’ relationship with his first wife. Mid 30s.

Charles Condomine
Charles is an intelligent and urbane English novelist. He’s the husband of Ruth Condomine and deceased first wife, Elvira. 40s.

Dr. Bradman
A pleasant-looking middle-aged man, Dr. Bradman is a friend of the Condomines. 40s to 50s.

Mrs. Bradman
The wife of Dr. Bradman, Mrs. Bradman is middle-aged and a bit faded. 40s to 50s.

Madame Arcati
A middle-aged spiritualist, Madame Arcati is a striking woman. She is not too extravagant but has a definite bias toward the barbaric. Late 40s to early 60s.

Elvira
Charles Condomine’s deceased first wife, Elvira returns as a ghost with a goal. In the process, she makes Charles’ and Ruth’s lives very complicated. 30s.

Edith
The Condomine’s maid. Edith is always in a hurry.
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MY FAIR LADY
Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Music by Frederick Loewe
Directed by James O’Neil

Rehearses fromSeptember 30, 2015
Performs fromOctober 21 to November 15, 2015

This intimate, chamber version of the legendary Lerner and Loewe classic follows the transformation of Professor Henry Higgins, an arrogant and attractive phonetician who makes a bet that he can transform a “deliciously low” flower girl (Eliza Doolittle) into a lady by teaching her to speak more beautifully. The magnificent score includes “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “On the Street Where You Live” and “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face.” Director James O’Neil returns to the source material to explore the Shavian themes of class struggle, social reform and women’s rights.

SEEKING:

Eliza Doolittle
A young, cockney, flower girl, who’s potential to become a ‘lady’ becomes the subject of a bet between Professor Higgins and Colonel Pickering. 20s. Soprano.

Professor Henry Higgins
British, upper-class, professional bachelor. World-famous phonetics expert. Late 30s to 50s. Baritone.

Colonel Pickering
Retired British officer and colleague of Professor Higgins. Mid 40s to 60s. Baritone.

Freddy Eynsford-Hill
Upper-class young man who becomes completely smitten with Eliza. 20s to 30s. Tenor/Baritione.

Alfred P. Doolittle
Eliza’s father. A vigorous dustman. 40s to 50s. Baritone.

Mrs. Higgins
Professor Higgins’ long-suffering mother. 60s to early 70s. Alto.

Mrs. Eynsford-Hill
A friend of Mrs. Higgins’ and Freddy’s mother. 40s to 50s. Soprano.

Mrs. Pearce
Professor Higgins’ Housekeeper. 40s to 60s. Alto.

Professor Zoltan Karpathy and Ensemble roles
A bearded Hungarian. Former phonetics student of Professor Higgins. Baritone. 30s to 50s.

Ensemble roles:
All ensemble roles require actor to be an accomplished singer and dancer, with the ability to play multiple ensemble roles. 18-50s.

Jamie – Male. Tenor. Drinking companion of Alfred Doolittle.
Harry – Male. Bass. Drinking companion of Alfred Doolittle.
1st Cockney – Male. Tenor.
2nd Cockney – Male. Tenor.
3rd Cockney – Male. Baritone.
4th Cockney – Male. Bass.
1st Maid – Female. Soprano.
2nd Maid – Female. Soprano.
3rd Maid – Female. Alto.
4th Maid – Female. Alto.
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ABOUT RUBICON THEATRE COMPANY
Rubicon Theatre Company is a not-for-profit, professional regional theatre company whose mission is to entertain, enrich and educate the region’s residents and visitors through the production of innovative professional theatrical productions, festivals, special events and education programs. It was the first professional theatre company in Ventura County. Now approaching its 17th Season, Rubicon is regarded as the county’s premiere stage company and is the largest arts organization in the City of Ventura with a current annual budget of just over $2 million. The company has sold more than 370,000 tickets, has a subscriber base of approximately 2,000 and has had an accumulative economic impact on the community of over $42 million. In-keeping with its mission ‘to entertain, enrich and educate’, it has served over 42,000 students through its education outreach arm and has provided area residents and visitors with more than 110 main-stage productions of classic and contemporary dramas, comedies and musicals as well as new works. Rubicon has won numerous regional and national awards including a prestigious Drama Desk Award for “Outstanding Revue”, the L.A. Drama Critics’ Circle Margaret Harford Award for “Sustained Excellence”, 15 Ovation Awards and the Ventura Chamber of Commerce’s Poinsettia Award for Non-Profit of the Year.


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[Atlanta] Actor — TRUE COLORS THEATRE COMPANY 2014-15 SEASON – True Colors Theatre Company Auditions

True Colors Theatre Company Season -EPAs in GA
True Colors Theatre Company | Atlanta, GA

Date of Audition:
8/20 and 8/21/2014

Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Equity Principal Auditions by APPOINTMENT (2 days)
Wednesday August 20, 2014
Thursday August 21, 2014
10 AM to 6 PM
lunch 1 to 2

Contract
LOA
$563/week minimum

Location
Southwest Arts Center
915 New Hope Road
Atlanta, GA 30331

Seeking
Equity actors for the upcoming 2014-15 Season.

see breakdown.

Preparation
Prepare a contemporary monologue, no more than two minutes.

**Musical audition will be held at a later date but if you would like to sing something prepare a few bars of some up tempo blues, ballad or spiritual, a cappella.

Bring 2 pictures and 2 resumes, stapled together.

Other
Please note that at this time True Colors cannot provide local housing for out of town performers.

Personnel
Artistic Director: Kenny Leon

· A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Appointments
SEE breakdown for instructions for AEA members to make an appointment.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

Breakdown

Instructions for making an appointment:
AEA members may make an appointment by calling Lisa Watson at 404-532-1901 x 202 or send email to TCTCproductions@gmail.com with “Audition” in the subject line. Request 3 choices of date and time and make sure you leave a phone number. We will get back to you with a scheduled time. DO NOT CALL THE ARTS CENTER.

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2014-15 SEASON:

HOW I LEARNED WHAT I LEARNED
Written by August Wilson
Directed by Todd Kreidler
1st rehearsal September 16, 2014
Open –October 10, 2014
Close – November 2, 2014

This show is cast is fully CAST.

Synopsis:
This one man show shares August Wilson’s personal stories about his encounters with racism, music, love, violence, and life-changing friendships a a young poet in Pittsburgh’s Hill District. Directed by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright’s long time collaborator Todd Kreidler, August Wilson’s How I Learned What I Learned charts one man’s journey of self discovery and what it means to be a black artist in America.

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DETROIT ’67
Written by Dominique Morisseau
Directed by Kamilah Forbes
1st Rehearsal – January 13, 2015
Open – February 13, 2015
Close – March 8, 2014

Synopsis:
It’s 1967 in Detroit and Motown music is getting the party started. Chelle and her brother Lank are making ends meet by turning the basement of their late parents’ house into a cool after hours club. But when a mysterious woman finds her way into their lives, the siblings begin to clash over more than the family business. As their pent-up feeling erupt, so does the city around them, and they find themselves caught in the middle of the ’67 riots in America’s Motor City.

SEEKING:

Chelle (Michelle)
Black Woman, late 30’s, strong, steadfast, firm and not easily impressed. A widow, mother and sister. A loving heart beneath her pride

Lank (Langston)
Black man, early 30’s, cool, loving and charismatic. A dreamer. Has a special affect on women—but not a womanizer. Chelle’ younger brother

Bunny (Bonita)
Black woman, mid-late 30’s, fun, spunky¸sexy and joyful. A friend and sometimes a lover… Never lets nothin’ get her down

Sly (Sylvester)
Black man, late 30’s, hip, slick and sweet-talking. An honest hustler and numbers man. Fiercely loyal. Lank’s best buddy

Caroline
White woman, late 20’s/early 30’s, beautiful, quiet strength, trouble, solf, and mysterious. There is a world of danger behind her eyes.

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CHASIN’ DEM BLUES
Written By Kevin Ramsey
Directed and Choreographed by Kevin Ramsey
Musical Director Jeremy Cohen
1st Rehearsal – April 12
Open – May 13
Close – June 19

Synopsis:

Chasin’ Dem Blues: The Untold Story of Paramount Records, is a foot-stomping, roof-raising, multi-media musical celebration. It thrills audiences with storytellers’ accounts of how a small Midwest town changed the landscapes of American music, and ushered in the sound of the early 20th century, a sound that still reverberates today. Paramount Records was located in Grafton, Wisconsin, during the time of the Great Depression, and was a small recording studio in an old chair factory. Louis Armstrong, Alberta Hunter, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Skip James, Son House, Ma Rainey, and even Jimmie O’Bryant’s Famous Original Washboard Band recorded for Paramount Records. This exuberant musical celebration of the popular music of the time is sure to enchant and entertain.

[note: A musical EPA will be held at a later date TBA, at which time the following roles will have a musical audition]

SEEKING:

BLUE
(Male 35-55) Charismatic MC and lead of the band with music and dance in his blood. He is the bearer of history and speaks with elegance and grace. His is a great storyteller with a soulful and powerful singing voice.

QUEEN
(Female Ages 35 – 55, African American) She is a powerhouse gospel and blues singer/ actress with a great voice and a lot of presence who moves well.

HARP
(35-55) is a master of the slide and electric guitar with a powerful soulful singing voice. Must play the electric guitar, the slide National steel guitar, the banjo, and the harmonica very well.

PROFESSOR
(White Male age 25 – 50) A versatile pianist, vocalist, and actor with a great voice and a lot of presence . IN addition to the sides, actor should prepare two contrasting blues compositions that show range and versatility. ***This role has been cast. He is also Musical Director

Drummer/Percussionist (25-55) Must possess great timing, rhythm and understanding varies styles of the blues. (Non-speaking)


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[Miami] Actor — Delray Beach – Theatre “Wait Until Dark”

—Contact Information—
Name: Pamela Ramsey
Title: Marketing Director
Project Title: Wait Until Dark – A Suspense Drama by Frederick Knott
Email: delraybeachplayhouse@gmail.com
Company or University: Delray Beach Playhouse

—Casting Details—
Casting Dates: August 25-26, 2014 at 7:30pm
Casting Location: United States
Shoot Dates: Production Dates: October 11 – 26, 2014.
Shoot Location: Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th Street, Delray Beach, FL 33444

Type of Compensation: None, Community Theatre

Synopsis:
This is the classic thriller about a blind woman menaced by a couple of ruthless drug dealers who have used her husband as a “mule” to bring drugs over the Canadian border. She and her neighbor (a 10 year old girl) must outwit the criminals until help can arrive. Every part is a superb character role, including one of the most frightening villains in modern theatre. Rehearsals begin September 8.

Character Breakdowns:
6 Men, 1 Woman and 1 Girl.

Additional Information:
Prepared Monologues are not necessary.


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[Miami] Actor — WESTCOAST BLACK THEATRE TROUPE – Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe Auditions

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe (WBTT) – FL EPAs
Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe | Sarasota, FL

Date of Audition:
8/23, 8/24/2014

Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Equity Principal Auditions by APPOINTMENT (2 days)
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Sunday, August 24, 2014
11 AM to 7 PM
break 3 to 4

Contract
SPT
$518/week AEA

Location
WBTT Theatre
1646 10th Way
Sarasota, FL 34236

Seeking
Equity actors and actors/singers for various roles and chorus in the 2014-15 Season.

see breakdown

Preparation
Prepare

Singers: 2 songs, one up-tempo and one ballad both 16 bars.

Actors: 2 contrasting monologues (comedic and dramatic).

To be considered for both plays and musicals: 1 song and 1 monologue.

Please bring sheet music for accompanist

Other
All bring four copies of headshot & resume stapled or printed on back (photocopies are fine).

Personnel
Founder/Artistic Director, Nate Jacobs

· A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Appointments
AEA members may contact: Travis Ray at (941) 366-1505 or via e-mail at travis@wbttsrq.org. Deadline: thur 8/21 at 4pm EST.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

Breakdown

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
Alan Menken, composer
Howard Ashman, writer

Dates: October 15 – November 16, 2014

Seeking:

Seymour
Audrey
Mr. Mushnik
Orin
The Plant (Audrey Two)
Voice of the Plant
Crystal, Ronnette, and Chiffon-Three black female street urchins
Black Nativity

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KNOCK ME A KISS
By Charles Smith

Dates: January 7 – February 8, 2015

Seeking:

Yolande Du Bois-26 year old daughter of W.E.B. Du Bois

Jimmy Lunceford-28 year old big band leader.

Nina Du Bois-Mid 60′s, wife of W.E.B Du Bois

William Edward Burghardt (W.E.B.) Du Bois-Mid 60′s

Countee Cullen-25 year old boy-poet genius and protégé of W.E.B Du Bois

Lenora-Friend and confidant of Yolande

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JAZZ HOT MAMAS
World Premier by Nate Jacobs

Dates: February 25 – March 29, 2015

Seeking

Mama 1
Mama 2
Mama 3
Mama 4

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SPUNK
songs by George C. Wolfe; music by Chic Streetman; Adapted for the stage from three short stories by Zora Neale Hurston

Dates: April 15 – May 17, 2015

Seeking:

Blue Speak Woman
Guitar Man
The Folk-an acting ensemble of three men and a woman (4 total)


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[New York] Actor — I SEE YOU – The Flea Theater Auditions

I SEE YOU – Equity Principal Auditions
The Flea Theater | New York, NY

Date of Audition:
8/21/2014

Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Equity Principal Auditions
Thursday, August 21, 2014
9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
lunch 1 to 2

Contract
Mini
$393 per week

Location
Actors’ Equity Association Audition Center
165 West 46th Street
16th Floor
New York, NY 10036

Seeking
Two Equity actors, 1 man, 1 woman. Characters are of any ethnicity, 40s.

see breakdown.

Preparation
Sides will be given at the audition. A reader will be provided.

Bring picture and resume.

Other Dates
Rehearsals: 10/13- 11/2/14
Tech: 11/3-11/7
Runs: 11/7 – 12/21/14
OFF: 11/25 – 11/30 for Thanksgiving

Personnel
By Kate Robin
Director: Jim Simpson
Artistic Director: Jim Simpson
Producing Director: Carol Ostrow
Casting: Calleri Casting (James Calleri, Erica Jensen)

· EPA Rules are in effect.

· A monitor will be provided.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

Breakdown

NINA:
Female, 40s, any race or ethnicity soulful, funny, passionate not just about feelings but also ideas, someone we can believe is a writer/ has an active inner life and many thoughts

JESSE:
Male, 40s, any race or ethnicity funny & smart, seems mainstream, relaxed and together but beneath that appearance is an artist who is lost and searching


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[Seattle] Actor — A CHRISTMAS STORY, THE MUSICAL – Fifth Avenue Theatre Auditions

A Christmas Story – Youth Open Call
Fifth Avenue Theatre | Seattle, WA

Date of Audition:
8/18/2014

Call Type
Non-Required Principal

Time(s)
Monday, August 18, 2014
12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Contract
WCLO
WCLO Minimum $1029/wk

Location
5th Avenue Theatre DAT5
1308 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

Seeking
Strong singers, actors, and dancers age 7-14 for ALL CHILD ROLES in A CHRISTMAS STORY.

Preparation
Please have your child prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre song. They should also be prepared to dance and wear movement clothes (jazz shoes or sneakers).

Other Dates
Tentative first rehearsalOct 20, 2014openingDec 4closingDec 31.

Other
www.5thavenue.org/auditions

Personnel
Bill Berry-Producing Artistic Director
Kelsey Thorgalsen-Casting Associate
Taryn Darr-Dance Call Choreographer

· A monitor willnotbe provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Appointments
By appointment only
Call206 625 1418 ext 262or emailkidsauditions@5thavenue.org
Details provided with appointment.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

Breakdown

RALPHIE: Principal. 9-12 (to play 9, going on 10) Caucasian. His voice must be UNCHANGED. MUST on the short side. Possibly a bit pudgy; a regular kid – cute but not handsome, winsome but not precious. He wouldn’t be lost in a crowd, but he wouldn’t stand out either. Bright, but not precocious; a kid you wouldn’t mind living next door to. Seeking a young kid who is comfortable on stage but real. Must be an excellent singer and able to carry a show. VOICE: Boy’s unchanged voice. High belter, low F# to high D. Must be able to tap. *Please prepare an uptempo Broadway belt song that displays range, personality and strong lyric interpretation.

RANDY: Principal. 8-9. Caucasian. Ralphie’s younger brother. Smaller than Ralphie; the cuter the better. Can be a bit awkward and offbeat; admires his big brother, Ralphie but won’t admit it. Seeking a young kid who is comfortable on stage but real. VOICE: Boy’s unchanged voice. High belter, low F# to high C#. Must be able to tap. *Please prepare an uptempo Broadway belt song that displays range, personality and strong lyric interpretation.

SCUT FARCUS: Principal. 12-14. A meanie – the bully; lean, taller than the other kids; there’s nothing about him you want to like. He’s that kid you always made sure to avoid in school. Gruff character voice. Must be able to tap.

FLICK: 10 to 13. Children’s chorus with chorus part of Flick. He’s the kid who gets his tongue stuck to the pole. In this version, he will sing a song with his tongue “stuck” to a flag pole. Must also carry one or two production numbers. Tough on the outside but a little boy on the inside. Not cute but not evil. He should be funny – has a lot of laugh lines – and he sings a lot. VOICE: Belter (unchanged voice) low B to high C#. Must be able to tap.

SCHWARTZ: 10 to 13. Children’s chorus with chorus part of Schwartz. Seeking a young kid who is comfortable on stage but still real. He’s the kid who “double dog dares” Flick to stick his tongue to the flag pole. Tough on the outside but a little boy on the inside. Not cute but not evil. He should be funny – has a lot of laugh lines – and he sings a lot. VOICE: Belter (unchanged voice) low B to high C#. Must be able to tap.

GROVER DILL/US RANDY: 10-12. Children’s chorus with chorus part of Grover. Farcus’s sidekick. He is smaller than Scut and has a “Napoleon Complex.” He compensates for his shortcomings with extreme meanness. Like Farcus, a bad egg. VOICE: Belter (unchanged voice) low B to high C#. Must be able to tap.

MARY BETH (ENSEMBLE GIRL 1): 9-12. Children’s chorus. Must be a high belter. Sings from a low B to high D#. Must be a strong/engaging performer. Must be able to tap.

ESTHER JANE (ENSEMBLE GIRL 2): 9-12. Children’s chorus. Must be a high belter. Sings from a low B to high D#. Must be a strong/engaging performer. Must be able to tap.

ENSEMBLE GIRL 3: 9-12. Children’s chorus. Must be a high belter. Sings from a low B to high D#. Must be a strong/engaging performer. Must be able to tap.

ENSEMBLE GIRL 4/Asian Waitress: 9-12. Children’s chorus. Must be a high belter. Sings from a low B to high D#. Must be a strong/engaging performer. Must be able to tap.

ENSEMBLE BOY 1: 9-12. Children’s chorus. Must have an unchanged voice. Sings from a low B to high D#. Must be able to tap.


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[Boston] Actor — SHAKER BRIDGE THEATRE SEASON – Shaker Bridge Theatre Auditions

Shaker Bridge Theatre Season – EPAs by Appt
Shaker Bridge Theatre | Enfield, NH

Date of Audition:
8/22, 8/23/2014

Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Equity Principal Auditions by APPOINTMENT (2 days)
Friday, August 22, 2014
Saturday, August 23, 2014
9 AM to 5 PM
lunch 12:30 to 1:30

Contract
SPT
Tier 3; $340/week

Location
Shaker Bridge Theatre
23 Main Street
Enfield, NH

Seeking
Equity actors for various roles in the upcoming 2014-15 Season.

see breakdown.

Preparation
Please prepare two contrasting contemporary monologues. Please bring stapled headshot/resume

Other
AEA members without appointments seen as time permits.

Personnel
Bill Coons, Producing Artistic Director

· A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Appointments
AEA members may Contact (603) 448-3750 Mondays through Saturdays, between 10am and 5pm to schedule an audition

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

Breakdown

RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN
rehearsals begin September 22, Production opens October 10, closes October 26
by Gina Gionfriddo

Seeking:

CATHERINE CROLL
early 40s, rock-star academic and author, single, fiery feminist, smart, sexy, independent

GWEN HARPER
early 40s, stay-at-home unhappily-married mother, strong willed, restless, controlling passivity

DON HARPER
early 40s, college dean, lazy, into weed and porn, aging slacker, casually handsome

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DON’T TALK TO THE ACTORS
rehearsals begin November 17, Production opens December 5, closes December 21
by Tom Dudzick

Seeking:

JERRY PRZPEZNIAK
mid 30’s, naive and optimistic playwright

CURT LOGAN
60, bombastic old actor, always needs a spotlight

BEATRICE POMEROY
60, old actress, earthy, jokester, always “on”

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VENUS IN FUR
rehearsals begin January 12, Production opens February 6, closes February 22
by David Ives

Seeking:

THOMAS
Mid 30s, writer-director, intellectual, dissatisfied, needy

VANDA
Mid 20s, sexy, funny, seems ditzy but is fiercely intelligent

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HOW THE WORLD BEGAN
rehearsals begin March 9, Production opens March 27, closes April 12
by Catherine Trieschmann

Seeking:

MICAH
16, high school student, curious, sensitive, troubled.

GENE
60s, folksy, well meaning. Unofficial guardian of Micah.

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OTHER DESERT CITIES
rehearsals begin April 13, Production opens May 1, closes May 17
by Jon Robin Baitz

Seeking:

LYMAN WYETH
late 60s, wealthy former actor, gentle but firm when pushed

POLLY WYETH
60s, tough, elegant, forthright and very self-assured.

BROOK WYETH
40s, intelligent and witty, tortured, past emotional problems


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[New York] Actor — OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL **Updated** – Oregon Shakespeare Festival Auditions

Oregon Shakespeare Festival – NYC Appointments
Oregon Shakespeare Festival | Ashland, OR

Send To
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Joy Dickson
15 S Pioneer Street
Ashland OR 97520

Email
casting@osfashland.org

Contract
LORT Non-Rep
$883/week AEA minimum

Seeking
NY auditions will be held on upcoming date TBD by appointment only.

Seeking AEA members only for these appointments.
The AEA member must submit him/herself directly in order to be considered via this posting.

See breakdown for info.

Other Dates
Deadline for submissions: August 23, 2014

Mark submissions: 2015 Company / NY Appointments / AEA Submission

Personnel
Joy Dickson–casting director

Other

https://osfashland.org

Breakdown

Seeking Company Members for the following roles in the upcoming season:

OSCAR
In world premiere of Lynn Nottage’s SWEAT. Latino male, early-mid 20s. Puerto Rican or Dominican bus boy turned factory worker. Slow to burn, but passionate and articulate when roused. He is used to being the outsider, but knows when to assert his presence. Second role in rep either a Shakespeare or play set in Victorian England so will need appropriate training. Plus 2 u/s assignments.
Contract Dates are 1/7/15-10/31/15

CHRIS
In world premiere of Lynn Nottage’s SWEAT. African American male, early-mid 20s. Charming but definitely has air of danger about him– a bit of thug that surfaces when pushed. Deeply religious, thoughtful and likes to think he’s the smartest guy in the room. Second role in rep is either Shakespeare or play set in Victorian England so will need appropriate training. Plus 2 u/s assignments.
Contract Dates are 1/6/15-11/1/15.

JASON

In world premiere of Lynn Nottage’s SWEAT. Caucasian male, 21-30. Brash and fiery-

-a brawler who doesn’t know how to contain his anger at the world. Must have solid

Shakespeare training. Plus 2 u/s assignments. (Theatre now intends to cast this role as

AEA)

Contract Dates: currently 5/28/15-10/31/15, could be as long as 1/7/15-10/31/15.

MASTER YUAN
Inn US premiere of Stan Lai’s SECRET LOVE IN PEACH BLOSSOM LAND. Asian male, 25-35. Strong, handsome leading man playing a crafty, lustful boss of the loosely-structured touring company of Peach Blossom Land. Must be adept at physical comedy/farce. Needs to be athletic with strong movement skills–commedia, acrobatic, dance skills a plus. Second role in rep is Shakespeare so must have solid Shakespeare training. Plus 2 u/s assignments.
Contract Dates are 3/3/15-10/31/15

THE DIRECTOR
In US premiere of Stan Lai’s SECRET LOVE IN PEACH BLOSSOM LAND. Asian male, 50s-70s. the often-exasperated Taiwanese director of the autobiographical romance Secret Love set in 1948 China and 1986 Taiwan. Still sharp of mind and body. Obsessed with the characters in his play but does not seem to be a particularly capable director. Second role in rep is Shakespeare so must have solid Shakespeare training. Plus u/s assignments.

Contract Dates are 3/3/15-10/31/15


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[New York] Actor — WICKED – Broadway & 1st National Tour Auditions

WICKED (Broadway, 1st Nat’l Tour) – EPA
Marc Platt, Universal Pictures, Araca Group, Jon B. Platt, and David Stone | New York, NY

Date of Audition:
8/18/2014

Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Equity Principal Auditions
Monday, August 18, 2014
10 AM to 6 PM
lunch 1:30 to 2:30

Contract
Production (League)
$1807/week minimum

Location
Telsey + Company
315 West 43rd Street, 10th floor
New York, NY

Seeking
Equity actor/singers for future replacements in the currently running Broadway and 1st National Tour companies.

see breakdown

Preparation
Prepare a brief contemporary musical theater song showing range. For Glinda, you may sing a brief traditional legit musical theater song showing range. Bring sheet music for your song; a piano accompanist will be provided. Bring a photo/resume stapled together.

Other
Associate Director: Lisa Leguillou
Associate Choreographer: Corinne McFadden Herrera
Associate Music Supervisor: Dominick Amendum
General Manager: 321 Theatrical Management

Personnel
Director: Joe Mantello
Choreographer: Wayne Cilento
Music & Lyrics: Stephen Schwartz
Book: Winnie Holzman
Music Supervisor: Stephen Oremus

Casting: Telsey + Company/Craig Burns

· EPA Rules are in effect.

· A monitor will be provided.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

Breakdown

ELPHABA
Female, to play 20s, any ethnicity. The “wicked” witch. Born with emerald-green skin, she has had a rough childhood and is an outcast from the beginning. Smart, fiery, sensitive, passionate, misunderstood, sincere, has potent inner beauty, rallies for the underdog, has great talent for sorcery. Needs a sharp actor with a thrilling, powerhouse, contemporary high-belt singing voice.

GLINDA
Female, to play 20s, Caucasian. The “good” witch. Gorgeous, charming, entrancing, ambitious, perky, vain, very popular, a social climber, but also vulnerable and sympathetic. Her friendship with Elphaba reveals more depth in her character. Needs excellent comic chops and a glorious singing voice with high soprano and belt capability.

THE WIZARD OF OZ
Male, to play 50s – 60s, any ethnicity. An old carnival huckster who blew into Oz in a hot air balloon and became a false-faced leader. Needs a strong, distinctive, engaging, sweet character actor with powerful presence. Pleasant character singing voice.

MADAME MORRIBLE
Female, to play late 40s – 60s, any ethnicity. A sorceress and Headmistress of Shiz University. Dignified, powerful, haughty, has a dark side. Takes Elphaba under her wing, training her in sorcery. Needs a strong, comical character actress with formidable presence. Sings a little; must be able to carry a tune.

FIYERO
Male, to play 20s, any ethnicity, height of 5’11” or taller. A handsome, sexy prince with a philosophy of “Dancing Through Life.” A wealthy, dangerous party boy who at first is attracted to Glinda. Initially he is shallow and self-absorbed; however, his growing relationship with Elphaba prompts him to reexamine his way of thinking. Needs a great physique and a strong tenor pop/rock singing voice.

NESSAROSE
Female, to play 20s, Caucasian. Elphaba’s beautiful, lonely, compassionate younger sister, she was favored by their father. Has spent her life crippled in a wheelchair. Becomes obsessively attached to Boq and becomes the Wicked Witch of the East. Needs a commanding actress with a strong belt singing voice. Must have a stunning face.

BOQ
Male, to play 20s, any ethnicity, height of 5’7” or shorter. A helpless, quirky munchkin. Enamored with Glinda, who pays him no mind. Reluctantly, he becomes involved with Nessarose. Needs a comical actor with a strong, high singing voice.

DOCTOR DILLAMOND
Male, to play 40s – 50s, any ethnicity. A distinguished and well-liked professor at Shiz University. He is a goat and the sole animal on the faculty. He becomes a victim to the animal discrimination occurring in Oz. Needs a strong actor with a sense of gravity, authority, and comic skill. Must sing.


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