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Free Audition #1
SATURDAY NIGHT FEVERArvada Center for the Arts & Humanities is casting “Saturday Night Fever.” REHEARSALS: Begin on: Tuesday, August 25, 2015. OPENING: Tuesday, September 15, 2015. CLOSING: Sunday, October 4, 2015. Choreo: Kitty Skillman Hilsabeck. Seeking Experienced performers with strong acting and singing abilities are needed. Good movement abilities are required. TONY MANERO (Lead/ Tenor to A) Plays 19, extremely handsome Brooklyn Italian. King of his circle. Projects machismo with a vulnerability beneath. Extremely charismatic. Believable Brooklyn accent, strong dancer with a killer pop/rock voice; FLO MANERO (Lead/ Mezzo) Plays 40 – 60. Tony’s Brooklyn Italian mother. Opinionated, devout Catholic. Movement a plus; MONTY (Lead/ Bari-tenor to G with strong falsetto) Plays 40 – 60, versatile actor/singer/dancer to play two roles. Monty – handsome womanizing, high-energy, DJ with a genuinely likable nod to 60’s free-spirited sexuality; FRANK MANERO SR. – Tony’s Brooklyn Italian, iron-fisted father who leads with bloated pride in the face of unemployment; STEPHANIE MANGANO (Principal/ Mezzo with belt to D) Plays 20, extremely beautiful Brooklyn Italian. Projects overconfidence and pretension but is really a simple girl trying to be more than what she came from. Must be genuinely likable. Believable Brooklyn accent. Killer voice and very strong dancer; FRANK JR. (Principal/ Tenor to Ab) Plays 25 – 30. Tony’s brother. Brooklyn Itialian, genuine, paternal, spiritual energy. Believable Brooklyn accent, strong mover with a strong pop/rock voice; BOBBY C (Principal/ Tenor to Ab) Plays 18 – 20, awkward Brooklyn Italian. One of “the Faces” (Tony’s gang). Insecure and needy. A troubled soul who tries too hard. Believable Brooklyn accent, strong mover with a show-stopping pop voice; ANNETTE (Principal/ Mezzo with belt to Eb) Plays 18 – 20, attractive Brooklyn, Innocent, insecure, needy. She tries to mask her vulnerability with toughness. Believable Brooklyn accent. Strong dancer with show-stopping voice; MALE ENSEMBLE - All ethnicities, 20s-40s. Male dancers who sing very well, to play various ensemble characters. Seeking excellent, athletic dancers who sing; FEMALE ENSEMBLE - All ethnicities, 20s-40s. Female dancers who sing very well, to play various ensemble characters. Seeking excellent, athletic dancers who sing. All roles will be understudied. Dancers should wear a jazz type or character shoe. A current headshot and résumé are required. Contract: LORT Non-Rep B; $836/wk min. Auditions are by appointment only and can be scheduled by calling Arvada Center Box Office (720) 898-7200. Do not contact the production staff.
Asolo Repertory Theatre is casting “West Side Story.” First Rehearsal: 10/13/2015. First Preview: 11/10/2015. Closing: 12/27/2015. Seeking Equity and non-Equity performers for various roles and ensemble. Actors must be available for callbacks in June (specific callback dates will be announced in May). Seeking the following roles: TONY: Late Teens – Early 20s. Handsome, sandy-haired (Polish), older teen-ager, who has outgrown the Jets. Tenor; RIFF: Late Teens – Early 20s. Glowing, driving, intelligent, slightly wacky leader of the Jets. Tenor; DIESEL: Late Teens – Early 20s. Lieutenant to Riff, big, slow, steady. Baritone; BABY JOHN: Late Teens – Early 20s. Youngest member of the Jets, awed at everything, even being a Jet; tries to act like a big man, but is vulnerable; Baritone; A-RAB: Late Teens – Early 20s. Small of stature, enjoys everything, takes nothing seriously, unaware, can be explosive. Baritone; ACTION: Late Teens – Early 20s. Most aggressive member of the Jets, a cat-like ball of fury. Baritone; SNOWBOY: Late Teens – Early 20s. Bespectacled, self-styled expert. Baritone; BIG DEAL: Late Teens – Early 20s. Ensemble role; flexible voice parts; ANYBODY’S: Late Teens – Early 20s. Scrawny teen-aged girl, pathetically dressed to imitate the Jets, and wants desperately to be taken seriously by them; VELMA: Late Teens – Early 20s. Riff’s girlfriend, young, slithery, sexy, lost in a world of jive. Flexible voice parts; GRAZIELLA: Late Teens – Early 20s. Girlfriend of Diesel, impressed with herself. Flexible voice parts; MILLIE: Late Teens – Early 20s. Ensemble role. Flexible voice parts; BERNARDO: Late Teens – Early 20s. Handsome, proud, fluid leader of the Sharks, with a sardonic chip on his shoulder. Latino. Baritone; CHINO: Late Teens – Early 20s. Shy, gentle, sweet-faced young boy, the intended husband of Maria. Latino. Baritone; PEPE: Late Teens – Early 20s. Lieutenant to Bernardo, typically proud, and resentful of discrimination. Latino. Baritone; NIBBLES: Late Teens – Early 20s. Ensemble role; Latino. Flexible voice parts; ANXIOUS: Late Teens – Early 20s. Ensemble role; Latino. Flexible voice parts; MOOSE: Late Teens – Early 20s. Ensemble role; Latino. Flexible voice parts; MARIA: Late Teens – Early 20s. Lovely young and obedient girl, excited and enthusiastic about her new life in America, but with stubborn inner strength that allows her to evolve into a strong woman. Latina. Soprano; ANITA: Late Teens – Early 20s. Older and wiser in the ways of the world, flashy, sharp-tongued, and with a knowing sexuality. Latina. Alto/mezzo-soprano; CONSUELA: Late Teens – Early 20s. Tough, young girl with bleach blond hair and lots of baubles. Latina. Mezzo-soprano; MARGARITA: Late Teens – Early 20s. Ensemble role; Latina. Flexible voice parts; FRANSISCA: Late Teens – Early 20s. Ensemble role; Latina. Flexible voice parts; ROSALIA: Late Teens – Early 20s. Young girl, more demure, not too bright. Latina. Mezzo-soprano; DOC: Mid 40s – Mid 60s. Drug store owner, tired and worn out. Non-singing. Also plays OFFICE KRUPKE; LIEUTENANT SCHRANK: Early 40s – Mid 50s. Plainclothes policeman used to being in charge, superficially pleasant to cover his venom, fear, and bigotry. Non-singing. Also Plays GLAD HAND; OFFICER KRUPKE: Mid 40s – Mid 50s. A not-too-bright street cop; aggressive; hard-nosed. Non-singing. Also plays DOC; GLAD HAND: Early 40s – Mid 50s. Nerdy, overly cheerful and ill-equipped social director at the local gym dance. Non-singing. Also plays LIEUTENANT SCHRANK. Please prepare a 90 second monologue and 16 bars of a song (musical theatre, pop/rock, or gospel). An accompanist is provided. For dance auditions, auditioners will learn a brief dance routine with a choreographer. (Those auditioning for all roles except Doc, Krupke, Glad Hand, and Schrank must attend the dance audition). Please bring 2 copies of picture and résumé, glued or stapled together. Please bring sheet music. If dancing, please bring comfortable dance clothes. Theatre Statement: “This program, while located at the University of Miami, is neither the responsibility of nor endorsed by the University of Miami.” Asolo Rep is also seeking mature men and women, young men and women, and children to fill understudy roles throughout the 2015-2016 season. Contract: LORT B; $836/wk min & LORT D; $618/wk min. Appts: Email: email@example.com (preferred method) or call: 941-351-9010 ext 3313.
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Free Audition #2
Don’t miss the opportunity to perform in America’s favorite holiday tradition!
Radio City Productions is looking for a diverse cast of Male and Female Dancers, Male and Female Vocalists, Little People Performers, and Girls (ages 10-14) for the 2015 edition of The Radio City Christmas Spectacular in New York City. AGVA contract. Excellent salary and benefits. For more information, visit www.radiocityauditions.com
Auditions will be held June 10-17 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
At Radio City Music Hall, Entrance at 55 West 50th Street
Wednesday, June 10th
3pm - Little People Performers
4pm - Girls ages 10-14 (Claras)
Thursday, June 11th
10am - Male Dancers Open Call
2pm - Female Dancers Open Call
(Callbacks on June 12th)
At Ripley Grier Studios, 520 Eighth Avenue, Studio D
Monday, June 15th
10am - Female Vocalists Open Call
Tuesday, June 16th
10am - Male Vocalists Open Call
(Callbacks on June 17th)
Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall is casting “West Side Story.” 1st Reh: On/About 2/1/16. 1st Concert: On/About 3/4/16. Last Concert: On/About 3/6/16. Dir/Choreo: Jerome Robbins. Seeking Equity actor/singers/dancers/movers for various principal roles. CURRENTLY SEEKING: TONY: 18 & up to play late teens - 20s. Young man, genuine but troubled, trying to find a way out of the violent but tight-knit gang system he grew up in. He is the former leader of the Jets, but wants a different future for himself. Tony finds that future (he thinks) when he meets Maria, his first love. The ties that bind him to his past create an impossible conflict for him, and he ultimately meets an untimely end. Strong actor with a warm baritone (or dark tenor) and a huge top. Must be able to solidly sing a high B flat. Ideally will have strong dance skill. All ethnicities/races considered. RANGE: Bb2 - Bb4; MARIA: 18 & up to play late teens. Bernardo's sister. Innocent, but with an uncommon grace and maturity beyond her years. She falls in love with Tony and finds herself at the center of the violent conflict between the two gangs. Excellent soprano to a high C. Strong actress. Moderate dancer. RANGE: Bb3 – C6; RIFF: 18 & up to play late teens - 20s. Leader of the Jets. Tony's best friend. Charismatic, confident, and likeable – but underneath it all there is a strong streak of dominance. He is never afraid of a fight, and seeks to establish the Jets as the kings of the neighborhood. Strong bari-tenor and strong dancer. All ethnicities/races considered. RANGE: Bb2 – G4; ANITA: Early 20s - early 30s. Bernardo's Girlfriend. Sexy, vivacious, & full of life, she has a sharp wit and a huge heart. She dispenses "older sister" advice to Maria and tries to shield her from the dangers of the gangs. Must be an excellent dancer and an actor with great depth. Strong belt to C#. RANGE: F3 - D5; BERNARDO: Early 20s - early 30s. Leader of the Sharks. Maria's brother and Anita's boyfriend. Proud, strong, and handsome with a short fuse. Puerto Rican, masculine; under enormous pressure to defend his rights and place as a new American. Must be a strong dancer and actor. RANGE: Bb2 – Eb4; CHINO: 18 & up to play late teens. An angry and, at times, naive Shark. When his father-figure, Bernardo, is killed, he turns murderous and vengeful. As the intended husband of Maria, his actions propel the play to its tragic end. Featured acting role – some singing and dancing. Baritone. Please prepare a brief selection of a standard musical theater song from the 40’s, 50’s, or 60’s that is in the style of the show. Bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided. Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together. Contract: Special Agreement; $1415/wk (agreement pending).
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