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(Seattle, WA - AUDITIONS: March 2, 2015 between 11:30 am-4:30 pm for Equity Chorus Singers & at 5:30 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers at 5th Ave. Theatre DAT5, 1308 5th Ave., Seattle, WA 98101) - To schedule an audition appointment, Call: 206-625 1418 Ext. 215. For more information, See: http://www.5thavenue.org/auditions. Fifth Avenue Theatre will be holding auditions for dancers and singers for their 2015 season. Season Titles: SOUND OF MUSIC. Rehearsal Dates: Begins October 28, 2015. Performance Dates: December 3-31, 2015 (in Seattle, WA). HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING. Rehearsal Dates: Begins December 29, 2015. Performance Dates: February 4-21, 2015 (in Seattle, WA). SLEEPING BEAUTY WAKES. Rehearsal Dates: Begins February 27, 2016. Performance Dates: March 31-April 17, 2016 (in Seattle, WA). PAINT YOUR WAGON. Rehearsal Dates: Begins April 30, 2016. Performance Dates: June 9-26, 2016 (in Seattle, WA). CHOREO, Trina Mills. Contract: Equity WCLO Contract ($1,057/wk.). Breakdown-- For SOUND OF MUSIC - Captain Von Trapp: 18+, male, any ethnicity. A retired naval captain. Polished and disciplined. Underneath a warm, loving man. Baritone; Maria Rainer: 18+, female, any ethnicity. A postulant at Nonnberg Abbey. She is young, free-spirited, warm and kind. Soprano; Mother Abbess: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Strong and with authority but warm. Legit soprano; Elsa Schrader: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Elegant and classy. She is dignified and sophisticated. Mezzo Soprano; Max Detweiller: A charming friend to the Von Trapps. Baritenor; Herr Zeller: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Non-singing. A stern Nazi official; Liesl: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Reads 16 years old. Must be a good dancer. The oldest of the children. Mezzo; Frau Schmidt: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Non-singing. The stoic housekeeper; Rolf: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Reads 17 years old. Must be a good dancer. Liesl's suitor. Tenor; Franz: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Non-singing. Von Trapp butler. Loyal and formal, but with spirit; 8 Male Ens/10 Female Ens: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity; 1 Male Swing/1 Female Swing: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING - J. Pierrepont Finch: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. Protagonist. An irrepressible, puckish-hero. He is a window washer who applies for a job at the World Wide Wicket Company and attempts to climb the 'ladder of success.' Range: C3-G4; J.B. Biggley: 50-65, male, any ethnicity. The stuffy, President of World Wide Wicket. He appears ruthless, but a college man at heart with a passion for knitting. Range: C3-A4; Bud Frump: 18-21, male, any ethnicity. Biggley's scheming nephew. Range: C3 - F4; Mr. Twimble/Wally Womper: 55-70, male, any ethnicity. A fussy, old-fashioned, loyal employee. Range: D3-E4; Bert Bratt: 30-50, male, any ethnicity. A upper-business level executive; Rosemary Pilkington: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. A secretary at the company. Very interested in finding a man, and becomes Finch's love interest. Range: A3 - B4; Hedy La Rue: 25-35, female, any ethnicity. A sexy, voluptuous woman adored by all. She appears dim-witted but is very cunning. Range: C4 - Eb5; Miss Jones: 50-65, female, any ethnicity. J.B.'s uptight secretary. She is abrupt and tough, but kind to some. Range: C3-A4; Smitty: 30-40, female, any ethnicity. A secretary with a painfully dry sense of humor. She is cynical and looking for a husband. Ragne: A#3 - G5; 10 Male Ens/9 Female Ens: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For SLEEPING BEAUTY WAKES - Old Man/The King: 40-60, male, any ethnicity. Father of Rose. Protective and caring. pop/rock baritone/tenor; The Doctor/Bad Fairy: 35-55, female, any ethnicity. In the dream world, the villian. The lead doctor in the hospital. pop/rock alto; The Orderly/Groundskeeper's Son: 20-35, male, any ethnicity. Rose's love interest. Handsome. pop/rock baritone/tenor with strong falsetto; Leon: 20s-40s, male, any ethnicity. Patient at the clinic, tenor; Murray: 30s-50s, male, any ethnicity. Patient at the clinic. Baritone/Bass; Rose: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. Has been asleep for 900 years. Looking for an escape. rangy pop/rock alto/soprano with good belt; Cheryl: 20s-30s, female, any ethnicity. Patient at the clinic. alto; Hadara/Queen: 40-60, female, any ethnicity. Patient at the clinic. soprano. For PAINT YOUR WAGON - Ben: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Bitter after his wife's death, Tennessee State senator retreats from the world and travels out west, determined to keep to himself. Marries Cayla. Gruff, country Baritone; Jameson: 18+, male, any ethnicity. A Mormon man married to Cayla and Sarah. Treats his wives poorly; Guang Li & Ming Li: 18+, male, Chinese brothers who have traveled to America to make their fortune. Tenor & Baritone; H. Ford: 18+, male, African-American. A fast-talking, extremely entrepreneurial free black man from New York City heads out west, determined to make his fortune. He is a wanderer by nature, suspicious of all others since most people have let him down. Baritone; Armando: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Came from a well-to-do, well-educated Mexican farming family who were mostly killed when prospectors and looters took their fifteen thousand acres from them. Befriends Ben Rumson. Dramatic tenor; Theo: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Has travelled from Greece to seek his fortune out west. Has a big heart and will do anything for a friend. Baritone; William: 18+, male, Irish. Fun-loving, although not the brightest of young men. Tenor; Cayla: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Married to Jameson who treats her badly. Is sold to Ben who she marries and falls for. Pop Country Mezzo; Wesley: 18+, male, African-American. Jakeís half-brother, has been a house slave and seen little of the world until he is forced to travel out west with Jake. Contemporary Baritenor; Jenny: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Benís 18 year old daughter who was shipped away to school by Ben. She appears to be very lady-like and proper but in actuality has a very spunky/sassy even irreverent sense of the world. Contemporary Mezzo; Craig: 18+, male, any ethnicity. An innocent, gullible 16 year kid from Pennsylvania whose parents tragically die of cholera on the journey out west. Tenor; Jake: 18+, male, any ethnicity. A driven, manipulative second son of a well-to-do Charleston family goes out west and brings his slave, Wesley, who is also his half-brother. Baritenor or tenor; 8 Male Ens/5 Female Ens: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Prepare a verse and a chorus of one contemporary musical theatre song and a verse and a chorus. Children will not be seen at these auditions. Details provided with appointment. EPA and ECC rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: March 2, 2015 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers at Telsey + Company, 311 W. 43rd St., 10th flr.) - Title: KINKY BOOTS. DIR/CHOREO, Jerry Mitchell; MUSIC DIR, Adam Souza; CSTG, Justin Huff. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1015.92/wk. min. Salary includes media fee $868/per diem per week). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently on tour. Breakdown-- Angels: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. The drag performers who populate The Blue Angel Nightclub; they also work as a Greek chorus throughout the show; need to be versatile dancers and singers and actors; this ain't a job for no wallflowers; featured ensemble; Pat: 40-49, female, any ethnicity. Officious office manager who will let loose her wild side when allowed; Lola's love interest; featured ensemble; Trish: 40-49, female, any ethnicity. Factory worker with a husband and kids to worry over; featured ensemble; Mister Price: 50-59, male, Caucasian. Charlie's father and owner of the shoe factory in the opening and closing sequences; also plays a pub patron, factory worker, etc. for the rest of the show; must have a good voice; featured ensemble; Simon Sr.: 50-59, male, African-American. Lola's father; an unforgiving tower of anger; works in the opening and two scenes in act two; otherwise he will play the homeless man, a factory worker, etc.; must have a good voice; featured ensemble; Harry: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. A contemporary of Charlie's but his opposite; successful, self-aware, and confident; also plays a delivery man, factory worker, photographer, etc.; must have a good voice; featured ensemble; Richard Bailey: 40-49, male, any ethnicity. Nicolas' boss; an overtly attractive and successful man; a real threat to Charlie; one of the hooligans, factory workers, etc.; must have a good voice; featured ensemble; Male Ensemble/Swings: 20-49, male, any ethnicity. To appear in the ensemble and play various roles (hooligans, pub patrons, club patrons, referee, Milan stage manager, photographers, etc.); all must dance and have great pop voices; ensemble; Female Ensemble/Swings: 20-49, female, any ethnicity. To appear in the ensemble and play various roles (factory workers, photographers, etc.); all must dance and have great pop voices; ensemble. Chorus Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a brief pop or rock song (up-tempo or ballad). Accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(La Mirada, CA - AUDITIONS: March 2, 2015 between 10:00 am-5:00 pm for Equity Principal [Registration at 9:00 am] at La Mirada Rehearsal Hall, 15519 Phoebe, La Mirada, CA 90638) - McCoy/Rigby Entertainment will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: MARY POPPINS. PROD, Tom McCoy, Cathy Rigby; PROD ART DIR, Brian Kite; DIR, Glenn Casale; CHOREO, Dan Mojica; MUSIC DIR, Dennis Castellano; CSTG, Julia Flores. Contract: Equity COST Tier 3 Contract ($783/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins May 12, 2015. Performance Dates: May 29-June 21, 2015 (in La Mirada, CA). Breakdown-- Mary Poppins: 25-35, female, any ethnicity. Mezzo with strong top; as Jane and Michael's new nanny, she is a dazzling personality and a force to be reckoned with; full of hope when things look bleak and also inspires the Banks family to remember the need for compassion and appreciation through magic and common sense; must be an excellent singer/actor; must dance very well; musical theater style; Bert: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. Baritone; a one-man-band, sidewalk artist, chimney sweep, and kite salesman; above all, he is a kind, encouraging, and awe-inspiring friend to Mary, Jane and Michael; also serves as a narrator to the story; must be a strong actor; must dance extremely well in musical theater/tap styles; not afraid of heights; George Banks: 37-45, male, any ethnicity. Baritone; a bank manager and father to Jane and Michael; tries to be a good provider for his family, but he is so wrapped up in his work and his image that he often forgets to be a good father and husband; should be comfortable with movement; Winifred Banks: 37-45, female, any ethnicity. Mezzo; Jane and Michael's loving yet distracted mother who is desperate to impress Mary and have her stay; a former actress who is very busy trying to live up to her husband's societal and lifestyle expectations; should be comfortable with movement; Jane Banks: 10-12, female, any ethnicity. Girl soprano; the Bank's snobby, yet bright, adolescent daughter who misbehaves in order to get attention from her parents; Mary looks to teach her respect and humility, while fostering her independent spirit; should move well; Michael Banks: 8-10, male, any ethnicity. Boy soprano; the Banks' young, precocious son whose poor behavior has brought on the need for Mary Poppins, who looks to teach him generosity and manners, while encouraging his childlike imagination; should move well; Mrs. Brill: 50-59, female, any ethnicity. The Banks' direct and exasperated cook/housekeeper who rules the kitchen with an iron fist; should be comfortable with movement; Robertson Ay: 20-33, male, any ethnicity. Tenor; the Banks' clumsy, yet good-hearted footman who has a little trouble following directions; should be comfortable with movement; Bird Woman: 45-60, female, any ethnicity. Alto; the old, wizened, and solemn woman who sits outside St. Paula's selling bags of crumbs for the pigeons; her presence helps Mary teach the children to look past someone's exterior in order to see their true beauty; should be comfortable with movement; Miss Andrew: 40-53, female, any ethnicity. Soprano with alto belt; George Banks' formidable-looking childhood nanny; cruel, terrifying and demanding; this role doubles as Miss Smythe and Queen Victoria; should be comfortable with movement; Admiral Boom/Bank Chairman: 50-60, male, any ethnicity. Baritone; Admiral Boom: the Banks' jolly and friendly neighbor whose house is shaped like a great ship. Bank Chairman: George's intimidating, yet ultimately appreciative boss; should be comfortable with movement; Male Ensemble: 20-35, male, any ethnicity. Will play multiple roles as well as dance and sing; strong, athletic, trained musical theater dancers and singers proficient in tap and musical theater dance; all must sing extremely well; all will do musical theater/tap styles; acro a plus; Nelius: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Handsome; the epitome of male beauty; strong ballet training; will also be part of the male ensemble; Female Ensemble: 20-35, female, any ethnicity. Will play multiple roles as well as dance and sing; strong, athletic, trained musical theater dancers and singers proficient in tap and musical theater dance; all must sing extremely well; all will do musical theater/tap styles. Combined EPA/ECC. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a classic musical theater selection. If you are already familiar with material from the show, you are encouraged to sing from the score. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(Seattle, WA - AUDITIONS: March 3, 2015 between 10:00 am-1:00 pm for Equity Chorus Singers & at 1:30 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers at 5th Ave. Theatre DAT5, 1308 5th Ave., Seattle, WA 98101) - To schedule an audition appointment, Call: 206-625 1418 Ext. 215. For more information, See: http://www.5thavenue.org/auditions. Fifth Avenue Theatre will be holding auditions for dancers and singers for their 2015 season. Season Titles: SOUND OF MUSIC. Rehearsal Dates: Begins October 28, 2015. Performance Dates: December 3-31, 2015 (in Seattle, WA). HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING. Rehearsal Dates: Begins December 29, 2015. Performance Dates: February 4-21, 2015 (in Seattle, WA). SLEEPING BEAUTY WAKES. Rehearsal Dates: Begins February 27, 2016. Performance Dates: March 31-April 17, 2016 (in Seattle, WA). PAINT YOUR WAGON. Rehearsal Dates: Begins April 30, 2016. Performance Dates: June 9-26, 2016 (in Seattle, WA). CHOREO, Trina Mills. Contract: Equity WCLO Contract ($1,057/wk.). Breakdown-- For SOUND OF MUSIC - Captain Von Trapp: 18+, male, any ethnicity. A retired naval captain. Polished and disciplined. Underneath a warm, loving man. Baritone; Maria Rainer: 18+, female, any ethnicity. A postulant at Nonnberg Abbey. She is young, free-spirited, warm and kind. Soprano; Mother Abbess: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Strong and with authority but warm. Legit soprano; Elsa Schrader: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Elegant and classy. She is dignified and sophisticated. Mezzo Soprano; Max Detweiller: A charming friend to the Von Trapps. Baritenor; Herr Zeller: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Non-singing. A stern Nazi official; Liesl: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Reads 16 years old. Must be a good dancer. The oldest of the children. Mezzo; Frau Schmidt: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Non-singing. The stoic housekeeper; Rolf: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Reads 17 years old. Must be a good dancer. Liesl's suitor. Tenor; Franz: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Non-singing. Von Trapp butler. Loyal and formal, but with spirit; 8 Male Ens/10 Female Ens: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity; 1 Male Swing/1 Female Swing: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING - J. Pierrepont Finch: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. Protagonist. An irrepressible, puckish-hero. He is a window washer who applies for a job at the World Wide Wicket Company and attempts to climb the 'ladder of success.' Range: C3-G4; J.B. Biggley: 50-65, male, any ethnicity. The stuffy, President of World Wide Wicket. He appears ruthless, but a college man at heart with a passion for knitting. Range: C3-A4; Bud Frump: 18-21, male, any ethnicity. Biggley's scheming nephew. Range: C3 - F4; Mr. Twimble/Wally Womper: 55-70, male, any ethnicity. A fussy, old-fashioned, loyal employee. Range: D3-E4; Bert Bratt: 30-50, male, any ethnicity. A upper-business level executive; Rosemary Pilkington: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. A secretary at the company. Very interested in finding a man, and becomes Finch's love interest. Range: A3 - B4; Hedy La Rue: 25-35, female, any ethnicity. A sexy, voluptuous woman adored by all. She appears dim-witted but is very cunning. Range: C4 - Eb5; Miss Jones: 50-65, female, any ethnicity. J.B.'s uptight secretary. She is abrupt and tough, but kind to some. Range: C3-A4; Smitty: 30-40, female, any ethnicity. A secretary with a painfully dry sense of humor. She is cynical and looking for a husband. Ragne: A#3 - G5; 10 Male Ens/9 Female Ens: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For SLEEPING BEAUTY WAKES - Old Man/The King: 40-60, male, any ethnicity. Father of Rose. Protective and caring. pop/rock baritone/tenor; The Doctor/Bad Fairy: 35-55, female, any ethnicity. In the dream world, the villian. The lead doctor in the hospital. pop/rock alto; The Orderly/Groundskeeper's Son: 20-35, male, any ethnicity. Rose's love interest. Handsome. pop/rock baritone/tenor with strong falsetto; Leon: 20s-40s, male, any ethnicity. Patient at the clinic, tenor; Murray: 30s-50s, male, any ethnicity. Patient at the clinic. Baritone/Bass; Rose: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. Has been asleep for 900 years. Looking for an escape. rangy pop/rock alto/soprano with good belt; Cheryl: 20s-30s, female, any ethnicity. Patient at the clinic. alto; Hadara/Queen: 40-60, female, any ethnicity. Patient at the clinic. soprano. For PAINT YOUR WAGON - Ben: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Bitter after his wife's death, Tennessee State senator retreats from the world and travels out west, determined to keep to himself. Marries Cayla. Gruff, country Baritone; Jameson: 18+, male, any ethnicity. A Mormon man married to Cayla and Sarah. Treats his wives poorly; Guang Li & Ming Li: 18+, male, Chinese brothers who have traveled to America to make their fortune. Tenor & Baritone; H. Ford: 18+, male, African-American. A fast-talking, extremely entrepreneurial free black man from New York City heads out west, determined to make his fortune. He is a wanderer by nature, suspicious of all others since most people have let him down. Baritone; Armando: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Came from a well-to-do, well-educated Mexican farming family who were mostly killed when prospectors and looters took their fifteen thousand acres from them. Befriends Ben Rumson. Dramatic tenor; Theo: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Has travelled from Greece to seek his fortune out west. Has a big heart and will do anything for a friend. Baritone; William: 18+, male, Irish. Fun-loving, although not the brightest of young men. Tenor; Cayla: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Married to Jameson who treats her badly. Is sold to Ben who she marries and falls for. Pop Country Mezzo; Wesley: 18+, male, African-American. Jakeís half-brother, has been a house slave and seen little of the world until he is forced to travel out west with Jake. Contemporary Baritenor; Jenny: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Benís 18 year old daughter who was shipped away to school by Ben. She appears to be very lady-like and proper but in actuality has a very spunky/sassy even irreverent sense of the world. Contemporary Mezzo; Craig: 18+, male, any ethnicity. An innocent, gullible 16 year kid from Pennsylvania whose parents tragically die of cholera on the journey out west. Tenor; Jake: 18+, male, any ethnicity. A driven, manipulative second son of a well-to-do Charleston family goes out west and brings his slave, Wesley, who is also his half-brother. Baritenor or tenor; 8 Male Ens/5 Female Ens: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Prepare a verse and a chorus of one contemporary musical theatre song and a verse and a chorus. Children will not be seen at these auditions. Details provided with appointment. EPA and ECC rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: March 4, 2015 at for Equity Chorus Male Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers at Ripley-Grier 520, 520 8th Ave., 17th flr.) - Title: ALLEGIANCE, a new musical. PROD, Lorenzo Thione, Andrew Treagus; DIR, Stafford Arima; CHOREO, Andrew Palermo; MUSIC DIR, Lynne Shankel; CSTG, Craig Burns. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1861/wk. min.). Opens November 8, 2015 (in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Male Ensemble (Asian Characters): 20-49, male, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Excellent dancers who sing well; possible principal understudy assignments; Male Ensemble (Caucasian Characters): 20-49, male, Caucasian. Excellent dancers who sing well; tap a plus; masculine and authoritative; Female Ensemble (Asian Characters) : 20-49, female, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Excellent dancers who sing well; possible principal understudy assignments. Chorus Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Be prepared to dance. Males should bring character shoes and sneakers. Females should bring character shoes. After dancing, you may be asked to sing 16 bars of a classic musical theater song (Rodgers, Berlin, Gershwin, Porter, etc.) or a brief contemporary musical theater song (Ahrens & Flaherty, Jason Robert Brown a la "Parade," etc.). Do not sing a pop/rock song. Bring sheet music; a piano accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(Weston, VT)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: March 5, 2015 at 9:30 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers who Dance & at 11:30 am for Equity Chorus Male singers who Dance & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers who Sing & at 4:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers who Sing at Actors' Equity Association Audition Center, 165 W. 46th St., 16th flr., New York, NY 10036) - Weston Playhouse will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: GUYS AND DOLLS. PROD ART DIR, Steve Stettler; DIR, Malcolm Ewen; CHOREO, Michael Raine; MUSIC DIR, Larry Pressgrove. Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep D Contract ($618/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 10, 2015. Performance Dates: July 30-August 22, 2015 (in Weston, VT). Breakdown-- Singers & Dancers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. There are three chorus parts in this production, which will be cast using the same actors in the roles of Mimi/Havana Dancer (cast) and principal roles of General Cartwright (cast) and Big Jule. At this ECC, performers will be considered for Big Jule and for possible replacements for the other two roles, should they become necessary. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Singers, prepare 16-32 bars of a song; bring dance clothes if called to dance. Dancers, come dressed to dance; bring 16-32 bars of a song if called to sing. All bring sheet music. Accompanist provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: March 5, 2015 for Equity Chorus Male Dancers at Pearl Studios NYC "500", 500 8th Ave., 12th flr.) - Title: KINKY BOOTS. DIR/CHOREO, Jerry Mitchell; MUSIC DIR, Adam Souza; CSTG, Justin Huff. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1015.92/wk. min. Salary includes media fee $868/per diem per week). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently on tour. Breakdown-- Angels: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. The drag performers who populate The Blue Angel Nightclub; they also work as a Greek chorus throughout the show; need to be versatile dancers and singers and actors; this ain't a job for no wallflowers; featured ensemble; Male Ensemble/Swings: 20-49, male, any ethnicity. To appear in the ensemble and play various roles (hooligans, pub patrons, club patrons, referee, Milan stage manager, photographers, etc.); all must dance and have great pop voices; ensemble; Female Ensemble/Swings: 20-49, female, any ethnicity. To appear in the ensemble and play various roles (factory workers, photographers, etc.); all must dance and have great pop voices; ensemble. Chorus Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Chorus Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Come ready to dance with comfortable clothing and kneepads. Women & Men should bring flats and heels. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(Weston, VT & Naples, FL)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: March 6, 2015 between 9:30 am-5:30 pm for Equity Principal at Actors' Equity Association Audition Center, 165 W. 46th St., 16th flr., Studio B, New York, NY 10036) - Weston Playhouse will be holding auditions for Equity actors and actor/singers for various roles in their upcoming 2015 Season. Season Titles: Mainstage season includes - PETER AND THE STARCATCHER by Rick Elise. DIR, Michael Berresse. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 26, 2015. Performance Dates: July 16-25, 2015 (at the Weston Playhouse, Weston, VT). GUYS AND DOLLS. DIR, Malcolm Ewen. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 10, 2015. Performance Dates: July 30-August 22, 2015 (at the Weston Playhouse, Weston, VT). THE GLASS MENAGERIE by Tennessee Williams. DIR, Kristen Coury. Contingent contract with Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples, FL; Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 7, 2015 (in VT). Performance Dates: August 27-September 11, 2015 (including daytime school matinees plus a single touring performance September 11, 2015 (at the Flynn Center, Burlington, VT). Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 29, 2015 (in Naples, FL). Performance Dates: October 8-25, 2015. OtherStages season includes - THE OTHER PLACE by Sharr White. DIR, Tim Fort. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 7, 2015. Performance Dates: July 23-August 9, 2015 (at the Weston Rod & Gun Club, Weston, VT). PROD ART DIR, Steve Stettler. Contract: Mainstage pays: $618/wk. min. Equity LORT Non-Rep D Contract. "The Glass Menagerie" is a contingent contract with Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples, FL (Equity SPT 9 Contract); must sign contracts with both theaters if cast. OtherStages pays: $494.40/wk. min. Equity LORT Experimental Theatre Contract. Breakdown-- For PETER AND THE STARCATCHER - Boy, Black Stache, Molly, Prentiss, Fighting Prawn, Mrs. Bumbrake (male), Lord Aster, Ted, Slank, Captain Scott, Alf, Smee: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For GUYS AND DOLLS - Sky Masterson, Nathan Detroit, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Big Jule/Ensemble & Lt. Brannigan: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For - THE GLASS MENAGERIE - Tom, Laura & Jim: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For THE OTHER PLACE - The Woman & The Man: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a brief monologue or a brief song, or a one-minute monologue and 16 bars of a song. An accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(St. Paul, MN - AUDITIONS: March 9, 2015 at 4:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers [Registration at 3:30 pm] & at 5:30 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers [Registration at 5:00 pm] at Ordway Center For the Performing Arts, 345 Washington St., St. Paul, MN 55102) - Ordway Center for the Performing Arts will be holding auditions for actors, singers and dancers for their 2015-2016 Season. Season Titles: THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. DIR/CHOREO, James A Rocco; CSTG, Reid Harmsen. Contract: Equity COST Contract ($932/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins on or about July 7, 2015 (in St. Paul, MN). Breakdown-- Frederic: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Tenor. Lead; Mabel: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Soprano. Lead; Pirate King: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Baritone. Lead; Major-General Stanley: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Tenor. Lead; Samuel: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Tenor. Supporting; Ruth: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Mezzo-Soprano. Supporting; Edith: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Mezzo-Soprano. Supporting; Kate: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Mezzo-Soprano. Supporting; Sergeant: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Bass. Supporting; Isabel: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Soprano. Featured; Ensemble: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Either or Both, Ensemble, Variety. Singers prepare a short musical theatre piece. Bring sheet music in your key; an accompanist will be provided. Bring your book of music in case you are asked to perform a second piece. Dancers be warmed up and ready to dance. You may be asked to stay and sing up to 32 bars of a musical theatre piece. Bring sheet music in your key; an accompanist will be provided. Multi-cultural performers who sing and dance are encouraged to attend. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(La Mirada, CA - AUDITIONS: March 9, 2015 at 11:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Dancers who Sing well [Registration at 10:30 am] & at 12:30 noon for Equity Chorus Male Dancers who Sing well [Registration at 12:00 pm] at La Mirada Rehearsal Hall, 15519 Phoebe, La Mirada, CA 90638) - McCoy/Rigby Entertainment will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: MARY POPPINS. PROD, Tom McCoy, Cathy Rigby; PROD ART DIR, Brian Kite; DIR, Glenn Casale; CHOREO, Dan Mojica; MUSIC DIR, Dennis Castellano; CSTG, Julia Flores. Contract: Equity COST Tier 3 Contract ($783/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins May 12, 2015. Performance Dates: May 29-June 21, 2015 (in La Mirada, CA). Breakdown-- Dancers Who Sing Well: 18-35, males & females, any ethnicity. Chorus Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. There will be a musical theater-ballet combo (first cut) and a tap combo if kept. If you have acro expertise, be prepared to show this. Prepare 16 bars of a traditional musical theater song in case asked to sing. Bring sheet music. All should wear dance clothing that does not cover up the body, bring character and tap shoes. Note: Female dancers will wear flat tap shoes in the show as they play Chimney Sweeps in "Step in Time" along with the males. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(St. Paul, MN - AUDITIONS: March 10, 2015 at 1:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers [Registration at 12:30 noon] & at 4:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Singers [Registration at 3:30 pm] at Ordway Center For the Performing Arts, 345 Washington St., St. Paul, MN 55102) - Ordway Center for the Performing Arts will be holding auditions for actors, singers and dancers for their 2015-2016 Season. Season Titles: THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. DIR/CHOREO, James A Rocco; CSTG, Reid Harmsen. Contract: Equity COST Contract ($932/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins on or about July 7, 2015 (in St. Paul, MN). Breakdown-- Frederic: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Tenor. Lead; Mabel: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Soprano. Lead; Pirate King: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Baritone. Lead; Major-General Stanley: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Tenor. Lead; Samuel: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Tenor. Supporting; Ruth: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Mezzo-Soprano. Supporting; Edith: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Mezzo-Soprano. Supporting; Kate: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Mezzo-Soprano. Supporting; Sergeant: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Bass. Supporting; Isabel: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Soprano. Featured; Ensemble: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Either or Both, Ensemble, Variety. Singers prepare a short musical theatre piece. Bring sheet music in your key; an accompanist will be provided. Bring your book of music in case you are asked to perform a second piece. Dancers be warmed up and ready to dance. You may be asked to stay and sing up to 32 bars of a musical theatre piece. Bring sheet music in your key; an accompanist will be provided. Multi-cultural performers who sing and dance are encouraged to attend. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: March 11, 2015 at 9:30 am for Equity Chorus Male Singers & at 11:30 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers & at 4:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers at Actors' Equity Association Audition Center, 165 West 46th St., 16th flr., New York, NY 10036) - Forestburgh Playhouse will be holding auditions for singers & dancers for their upcoming season. Season Titles: DAMN YANKEES. DIR/CHOREO, Nathaniel Shaw; MUSIC DIR, Henry Lewers. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 4, 2015. Performance Dates: June 16-28, 2015 (in Forestburgh, NY). YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN. DIR, Larry Smiglewski. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 18, 2015. Performance Dates: June 30-July 12, 2015 (in Forestburgh, NY). OLIVER! DIR, Trent Blanton; MUSIC DIR, Henry Lewers. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 2, 2015. Performance Dates: July 14-26, 2015 (in Forestburgh, NY). THE MUSIC MAN. DIR/CHOREO, Mark Hardy. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 16, 2015. Performance Dates: July 28-August 9, 2015 (in Forestburgh, NY). 42ND STREET. DIR, Henry Lewers. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 30, 2015. Performance Dates: August 11-23, 2015 (in Forestburgh, NY). PROD, Franklin Trapp. Contract: Equity LOA ref. to CORST Contract ($512/wk.). Breakdown-- Versatile Chorus Members: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Singers: prepare 16 bars of a musical theater song that shows range and is appropriate for the season. Dancers: bring character shoes, jazz, and tap shoes and wear dance attire. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: March 12, 2015 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal at Telsey + Company, 311 W. 43rd St., 10th flr.) - Title: KINKY BOOTS. DIR/CHOREO, Jerry Mitchell; MUSIC DIR, Adam Souza; CSTG, Justin Huff. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1015.92/wk. min. Salary includes media fee $868/per diem per week). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently on tour. Breakdown-- Charlie Price: 20-29, male, Caucasian. Just out of university; a really nice guy who has no clue what to do with the rest of his life; handsome, lovable, but there's a temper right under the skin; henpecked by his girlfriend and a little lost; must have a great rock belt. Lead; Lola/Simon: 30-39, male, African-American. Strong comedic cross-dresser who needs to feel comfortable wearing everything from full glamour drag to nothing but boxing trunks; must have a killer voice with power blues and gospel chops; must move well; must have star presence for this very challenging role. Lead; Nicola: 20-29, female, Caucasian. Charlie's girlfriend since school; steel-willed; driven and uncompromising; knows what she wants and goes for it; must have a great pop voice; Lauren: 20-29, male, Caucasian. Beautiful working class girl, who is smart, practical and focused, but has had bad luck with men; must have a pop voice with belt; Don: 30-39, male, Caucasian. Lola's nemesis; burly hyper-masculine bear of a factory worker; George: 40-49, male, Caucasian. Factory manager keeping up traditions; reserved; Young Lola: 10-16, male, African-American. Must be under 60 inches; this is Lola as a ten year old boy who's father wants him to be a boxer, but he already knows he's destined to wear high heels; must have a great voice and comfortable wearing high heels during the show; Young Charlie: 10-12, male, Caucasian. Lead as a boy; lost, quiet, reflective; works in the opening and closing sequences; must have a great voice. Lead; Young Lola Standby: 10-16, male, African-American. Must be under 60 inches; Young Charlie Standby: 10-12, male, Caucasian. Lead as a boy; lost, quiet, reflective; works in the opening and closing sequences; must have a great voice. Lead. Prepare a brief pop or rock song (up-tempo or ballad). A piano accompanist will be provided. EPA rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(Weston, VT & Naples, FL)(Weston, VT - AUDITIONS: March 12, 2015 between 9:30 am-5:30 pm for Equity Principal/Chorus Auditions By Appointment; Accompanist Provided at Weston Playhouse Theatre Co. Admin. Office, 703 Main St., Weston, VT 05161) - To schedule an audition appointment, Send/Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: epa@westonplayhouse.org or Call: 802-824-8167 Ext. 101. Weston Playhouse will be holding auditions for Equity actors and actor/singers for various roles in their upcoming 2015 Season. Season Titles: Mainstage season includes - PETER AND THE STARCATCHER by Rick Elise. DIR, Michael Berresse. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 26, 2015. Performance Dates: July 16-25, 2015 (at the Weston Playhouse, Weston, VT). GUYS AND DOLLS. DIR, Malcolm Ewen. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 10, 2015. Performance Dates: July 30-August 22, 2015 (at the Weston Playhouse, Weston, VT). THE GLASS MENAGERIE by Tennessee Williams. DIR, Kristen Coury. Contingent contract with Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples, FL; Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 7, 2015 (in VT). Performance Dates: August 27-September 11, 2015 (including daytime school matinees plus a single touring performance September 11, 2015 (at the Flynn Center, Burlington, VT). Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 29, 2015 (in Naples, FL). Performance Dates: October 8-25, 2015. OtherStages season includes - THE OTHER PLACE by Sharr White. DIR, Tim Fort. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 7, 2015. Performance Dates: July 23-August 9, 2015 (at the Weston Rod & Gun Club, Weston, VT). PROD ART DIR, Steve Stettler. Contract: Mainstage pays: $618/wk. min. Equity LORT Non-Rep D Contract. "The Glass Menagerie" is a contingent contract with Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples, FL (Equity SPT 9 Contract); must sign contracts with both theaters if cast. OtherStages pays: $494.40/wk. min. Equity LORT Experimental Theatre Contract. Breakdown-- For PETER AND THE STARCATCHER - Boy, Black Stache, Molly, Prentiss, Fighting Prawn, Mrs. Bumbrake (male), Lord Aster, Ted, Slank, Captain Scott, Alf, Smee: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For GUYS AND DOLLS - Sky Masterson, Nathan Detroit, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Big Jule/Ensemble & Lt. Brannigan: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For - THE GLASS MENAGERIE - Tom, Laura & Jim: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For THE OTHER PLACE - The Woman & The Man: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a brief monologue or a brief song, or a one-minute monologue and 16 bars of a song. An accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)

(Weston, VT & Naples, FL)(Weston, VT - AUDITIONS: March 13, 2015 between 9:30 am-5:30 pm for Equity Principal/Chorus Auditions By Appointment; No Accompanist at Weston Playhouse Theatre Co. Admin. Office, 703 Main St., Weston, VT 05161) - To schedule an audition appointment, Send/Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: epa@westonplayhouse.org or Call: 802-824-8167 Ext. 101. Weston Playhouse will be holding auditions for Equity actors and actor/singers for various roles in their upcoming 2015 Season. Season Titles: Mainstage season includes - PETER AND THE STARCATCHER by Rick Elise. DIR, Michael Berresse. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 26, 2015. Performance Dates: July 16-25, 2015 (at the Weston Playhouse, Weston, VT). GUYS AND DOLLS. DIR, Malcolm Ewen. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 10, 2015. Performance Dates: July 30-August 22, 2015 (at the Weston Playhouse, Weston, VT). THE GLASS MENAGERIE by Tennessee Williams. DIR, Kristen Coury. Contingent contract with Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples, FL; Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 7, 2015 (in VT). Performance Dates: August 27-September 11, 2015 (including daytime school matinees plus a single touring performance September 11, 2015 (at the Flynn Center, Burlington, VT). Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 29, 2015 (in Naples, FL). Performance Dates: October 8-25, 2015. OtherStages season includes - THE OTHER PLACE by Sharr White. DIR, Tim Fort. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 7, 2015. Performance Dates: July 23-August 9, 2015 (at the Weston Rod & Gun Club, Weston, VT). PROD ART DIR, Steve Stettler. Contract: Mainstage pays: $618/wk. min. Equity LORT Non-Rep D Contract. "The Glass Menagerie" is a contingent contract with Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples, FL (Equity SPT 9 Contract); must sign contracts with both theaters if cast. OtherStages pays: $494.40/wk. min. Equity LORT Experimental Theatre Contract. Breakdown-- For PETER AND THE STARCATCHER - Boy, Black Stache, Molly, Prentiss, Fighting Prawn, Mrs. Bumbrake (male), Lord Aster, Ted, Slank, Captain Scott, Alf, Smee: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For GUYS AND DOLLS - Sky Masterson, Nathan Detroit, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Big Jule/Ensemble & Lt. Brannigan: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For - THE GLASS MENAGERIE - Tom, Laura & Jim: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For THE OTHER PLACE - The Woman & The Man: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. Prepare a brief monologue or a brief song, or a one-minute monologue and 16 bars of a song. An accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: February 23, 2015)
  

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