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Posted on August 19, 2014
   
(Ross, CA - AUDITIONS: August 24, 2014 between 10:00 am-3:00 pm By Appointment at The Ross Valley Players Barn Theatre, Marin Art and Garden Center, 30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Ross, CA 94957) - For more details, Call: 415-456-9555 Ext. 2 and leave a voice message with your name, email & phone number. Ross Valley Players will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: ALCATRAZ THE ISLAND OF LOVE. DIR, Billie Cox. Performance Dates: October 17-26, 2014 (in Ross, CA). Breakdown-- Vonda: 30-50, female, any ethnicity. Anthropologist, well known on Venus for her best seller, "Earth, The Planet Confused About Love", strong actor who can sing. Lead; Vita: 30-50, female, any ethnicity. Instructor at the prestigious Venus Sacred School of Succulent Seduction, strong actor who can sing. Lead; Marco: 18-30, male, any ethnicity. Italian boy and wannabe screenwriter who works in his mother’s North Beach pizza place. Supporting; Jade: 18-30, female, any ethnicity. Asian girl eager to find Mr. Right, plans to attend law school and works part time in her family’s Chinese restaurant in Chinatown. Supporting; Gina: 50-70, female, any ethnicity. Marco’s widowed mother, a relentless matchmaker and a force of nature. Supporting; Aunt Teresa: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Gina’s 90-year-old sister, a proud survivor of the 1906 earthquake, an Italian Ethel to Gina’s Lucy, can play 90 years old. Supporting; Chorus: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Strong singers. Chorus / Ensemble. Sides will be provided. Prepare a song to be sung a cappella. Singing is required. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 19, 2014)

(Pleasant Hill, CA AUDITIONS: August 25, 2014 between 6:00-10:00 pm for Open Casting Call at Diablo Valley College, Performing Arts Center (PAC), 321 Gold Club Rd., Pleasant Hill, CA 94523) - Diablo Valley College will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE WEDDING SINGER. DIR, Lisa Drummond; MUSIC DIR, Enrico Banson. Performance Dates: October 24-November 9, 2014 (in Pleasant Hill, CA). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Also casting understudies, all must be strong actors who can sing & move well. Supporting. Prepare 16-32 bars (up to one minute) of a musical theatre pop/rock song or a 1980's pop/rock song. Bring music in the appropriate key. No a cappella or recorded accompaniment. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 19, 2014)

(Minneapolis, MN - AUDITIONS: August 25, 2014 between 11:00 am-2:00 pm for Equity Principal By Appointment Only at Playwrights' Center, 2301 E Frankllin [Enter in the front of the building]) - For questions, Call: 612-332-7481; Email: info@pwcenter.org. Website: http://www.pwcenter.org. Playwrights' Center will be holding auditions for their upcoming season of play workshops and readings. Contract: Equity Special Agreement Contract ($12.75/hr.). Rehearses and performs in Minneapolis, MN. Breakdown-- Actors: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Casting will email you back to confirm an audition time. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare two contrasting contemporary monologues (we cast solely for new work - do not bring a Shakespeare or classical monologue). You will be asked to perform one of your two monologues in two minutes or less. If needed, we will ask to see the second monologue. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 19, 2014)

(Glendale, CA - AUDITIONS: August 25, 2014 between 7:00-10:00 pm By Appointment at Glendale Centre Theatre, 324 N. Orange St., Glendale, CA 91203) - To schedule an audition appointment, Call: 818-244-8481. For more information, See: http://www.glendalecentretheatre.com. Glendale Centre Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: MAN OF LA MANCHA. PROD, The Dietleins; DIR, Randy Brenner; CHOREO, Lee Martino; MUSIC DIR, Steven Applegate. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: October 11-November 22, 2014 (at Glendale Centre Theatre, Glendale, CA). Breakdown-- Don Quixote: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. Tall, imposing, should resemble the physicality of the Cervantes drawings. Commanding voice, fluid singer, a story teller with the ability to weave a tale and draw us in. Lead; Sancho: 30-55, male, any ethnicity. Round, funny, warm, likeable, his sidekick and companion. Lead; Aldonza/Dulcinea: 30-55, female, any ethnicity. Earthy, Voluptuous, very dynamic, vulnerable, strong singing voice, moves well. Lead; The Inn Keeper/Governor: 40-70, male, any ethnicity. Commanding, funny, likeable singer. Supporting; Maria, The Inn Keeper's Wife: 40-70, female, any ethnicity. Knows what she wants, takes care of the inn and her husband. Supporting; Fermina: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. Tomboyish, serving girl, dancer. Supporting; Dr. Carrasco, The Duke: 30-55, male, any ethnicity. Intelligent, self important. Supporting; The Captain of The Inquisition: 40-55, male, any ethnicity. Physical presence, dark, commanding. Supporting; The Padre: 30-50, male, any ethnicity. Honest man of the cloth, tries to please all. Supporting; Antonia: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. Clever, sincere, a bit self-centered, reliable. Supporting; A Barber: 20-30, males & females, any ethnicity. May double as a muleteer. Funny, the comic relief of the pieces, quirky. Supporting; Six Muleteers: 20-40, male, any ethnicity. Pedro (head muleteer), Anselmo, Jose, Juan, Paco, Tenorio. All must be rough, ragged, outdoorsmen; criminals with a physical presence. Sing and move well or dance. Two must dance well who also double as the horse and the mule for Quixote and Sancho. If you play the guitar, a plus. Muleteers may double as other characters. Supporting. All rolls must sing. Prepare 16 bars of a upbeat musical theater song. Accompanist provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 19, 2014)

(Pleasant Hill, CA AUDITIONS: August 26, 2014 between 6:00-10:00 pm for Open Casting Call at Diablo Valley College, Performing Arts Center (PAC), 321 Gold Club Rd., Pleasant Hill, CA 94523) - Diablo Valley College will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE WEDDING SINGER. DIR, Lisa Drummond; MUSIC DIR, Enrico Banson. Performance Dates: October 24-November 9, 2014 (in Pleasant Hill, CA). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Also casting understudies, all must be strong actors who can sing & move well. Supporting. Prepare 16-32 bars (up to one minute) of a musical theatre pop/rock song or a 1980's pop/rock song. Bring music in the appropriate key. No a cappella or recorded accompaniment. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 19, 2014)

(Pleasant Hill, CA)(Pleasanton, CA - AUDITIONS: August 26, 2014 between 7:00-10:30 pm By Appointment at The Firehouse Arts Center, Upstairs Rehearsal Classroom, 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton, CA 94566) - Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE TAFFETAS. DIR, Scott Maraj; CHOREO, Jenna Harris; MUSIC DIR, Mark Dietrich. Rehearsal Dates: Begins January 5, 2015. Performance Dates: January 30-February 15, 2015 (in Pleasant Hill, CA). Breakdown-- Kaye: 18-40, males & females, any ethnicity. The level headed one of "The Taffetas"; very maternal and is the group’s business-minded leader; likes to write and record all of her experiences in her diary and hopes to publish it under the title "My Life In Taffeta". Supporting; Peggy: 18-40, female, any ethnicity. The most studious and spends her free time studying short hand; her favorite pasttimes are learning to cook all of her mother’s favorite recipes and painting by numbers; she will probably leave the group to become a secretary. Supporting; Donna: 18-40, female, any ethnicity. Looking for a guy with a Chevrolet convertible; loves to collect film star photos and…best of all…riding in the front seat of her Daddy’s dreamy two-tone Chevy Bellair convertible, with the top down of course. Supporting; Cheryl: 18-40, female, any ethnicity. Has man trouble; is crazy about Johnny, who has dumped her; her favorite pastime is improving her Canasta game and her spare time is spent performing her duties as president of the Mario Lanza fan club. Supporting. Please prepare two selections: 16-32 bars of an up-tempo song & 16-32 bars of a ballad. Bring sheet music in your key, an accompanist will be provided. No tapes or acapella auditions permitted. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 19, 2014)

(Minneapolis, MN - AUDITIONS: August 26, 2014 between 2:30 -5:30 pm for Equity Principal By Appointment Only at Playwrights' Center, 2301 E Frankllin [Enter in the front of the building]) - For questions, Call: 612-332-7481; Email: info@pwcenter.org. Website: http://www.pwcenter.org. Playwrights' Center will be holding auditions for their upcoming season of play workshops and readings. Contract: Equity Special Agreement Contract ($12.75/hr.). Rehearses and performs in Minneapolis, MN. Breakdown-- Actors: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Casting will email you back to confirm an audition time. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare two contrasting contemporary monologues (we cast solely for new work - do not bring a Shakespeare or classical monologue). You will be asked to perform one of your two monologues in two minutes or less. If needed, we will ask to see the second monologue. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 19, 2014)

(Pleasant Hill, CA)(Pleasanton, CA - AUDITIONS: August 27, 2014 between 7:00-10:30 pm By Appointment at The Firehouse Arts Center, Upstairs Rehearsal Classroom, 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton, CA 94566) - Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE TAFFETAS. DIR, Scott Maraj; CHOREO, Jenna Harris; MUSIC DIR, Mark Dietrich. Rehearsal Dates: Begins January 5, 2015. Performance Dates: January 30-February 15, 2015 (in Pleasant Hill, CA). Breakdown-- Kaye: 18-40, males & females, any ethnicity. The level headed one of "The Taffetas"; very maternal and is the group’s business-minded leader; likes to write and record all of her experiences in her diary and hopes to publish it under the title "My Life In Taffeta". Supporting; Peggy: 18-40, female, any ethnicity. The most studious and spends her free time studying short hand; her favorite pasttimes are learning to cook all of her mother’s favorite recipes and painting by numbers; she will probably leave the group to become a secretary. Supporting; Donna: 18-40, female, any ethnicity. Looking for a guy with a Chevrolet convertible; loves to collect film star photos and…best of all…riding in the front seat of her Daddy’s dreamy two-tone Chevy Bellair convertible, with the top down of course. Supporting; Cheryl: 18-40, female, any ethnicity. Has man trouble; is crazy about Johnny, who has dumped her; her favorite pastime is improving her Canasta game and her spare time is spent performing her duties as president of the Mario Lanza fan club. Supporting. Please prepare two selections: 16-32 bars of an up-tempo song & 16-32 bars of a ballad. Bring sheet music in your key, an accompanist will be provided. No tapes or acapella auditions permitted. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 19, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 2, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal at Telsey + Company, 315 West 43rd St., 10th flr.) - Relevant Theatricals & John Cossette Productions, et. al. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET. DIR, Eric Schaeffer. Contract: Equity Short Engagement Touring Agreement ($620/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins December 27, 2014. Performance Dates: January 9, 2015 (in York, PA). Breakdown-- Elvis: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Actor/singer/guitar player at beginning of legend's career; must be familiar with music ; should not be an "impersonator". Lead; Jerry Lee Lewis: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Actor/singer/pianist; rock & roll’s legendary piano prodigy and celebrated "Last Man Standing"; must be superb piano player, able to play like Jerry Lee Lewis; fun, energetic; comic skills a plus. Lead; Carl Perkins: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Actor/singer/excellent lead guitar player; American pioneer of rockabilly music and best known for song "Blue Suede Shoes". Lead; Johnny Cash: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Actor/singer/guitar player at the dawn of his epic career; must be familiar with music; tall; should sound and look somewhat like Johnny without being an "impersonator". Lead; Sam Phillips: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. Excellent actor; "Father of Rock’n’Roll"; founder of Sun Records; discovered Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison and B.B. King; towering and charismatic figure in American music. Lead; Dyanne: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. Excellent actor and singer; aspiring singer and Elvis’s girlfriend; attractive; wide range; sings solos and back-up throughout the show; sings "Fever" in alto range and covers the high soprano part of "Riders In The Sky". Lead; Fluke: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Excellent drummer; some singing a plus. Lead; Jay Perkins: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. Carl Perkin’s older brother; excellent bass player; sings back-up on many songs throughout the evening. Must be able to sing at least one song for each character. For Elvis, prepare "Memories Are Made Of This," "That's All Right," "Long Tall Sally," "Peace in the Valley," or "Hound Dog." For Jerry Lee Lewis, prepare "Real Wild Child," "Great Balls Of Fire," or "Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On." For Johnny, prepare "Folsom Prison Blues," "Sixteen Tons," "I Walk The Line," or "Riders In The Sky." For Sam Phillips, prepare monologue from show. For Dyanne, prepare "Fever" or "I Hear You Knockin." For Fluke, prepare a drum solo (drum kit will be provided); be prepared to sing while playing the drums; bring sheet music for the accompanist. For Jay Perkins, prepare an upright bass song (bass will be provided); be prepared to sing while playing the bass; bring sheet music for the accompanist. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 19, 2014)

(Pittsburgh, PA - AUDITIONS: September 7, 2014 between 11:00 am-7:00 pm for Equity Principal By Appointment at Pittsburgh CLO Academy, 130 CLO Academy Way) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email CabaretAuditions@pittsburghclo.org and include a preferred time range, which will be honored as sign-ups permit. If email is not available, Call: 412-281-3973 Ext. 234. Email is highly preferred. Applications can be downloaded from theater's website: http://www.pittsburghclo.org/pages/clo_auditions or picked up at audition. Pittsburgh CLO Cabaret will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: BOEING BOEING by Marc Camoletti. DIR, Van Kaplan. Contract: Equity SPT Cat. 9 contract ($630/wk. Note: No housing, transportation or per diem available to out-of-area performers). Rehearsal Dates: Begins January 19, 2015. Performance Dates: February 5-April 26, 2014 (in Pittsburgh, PA). Breakdown-- Bernard: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. Successful American architect, living in Paris; handsome, well-educated, charming; engaged to three air hostesses whom he manages to keep in the dark about one another by managing their visits on a strict timetable; takes boyish pleasure in the success of his devious doings, until his careful planning starts to fall apart, deflating his confidence; Berthe: 40-69, female, any ethnicity. French; Bernard’s long-time live-in maid and cook; although devoted to Bernard, she is wearying of keeping up with Bernard’s revolving-door lifestyle, and by play’s end she has been pushed as far as she will go; dry and fantastically sarcastic; never afraid to say what’s on her mind; French accent; Robert: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. Bernard’s schoolmate from back in the States; hasn’t seen Bernard in close to 20 years; shy, small-town, midwestern, and sweet—somewhat of a nerd by today’s standards; views Bernard’s whirlwind juggling act of three fiancés with awe and admiration--until he gets wrapped up in it himself and his anxiety spins out of control; Gloria: 26-39, female, any ethnicity. Bernard’s American fiancé; air hostess for TWA; epitome of a go-getter American woman; has a vigorous appetite for food and love; completely adorable and supremely confident, but she might punch you if you dared call her "cute"; Southern accent; Gretchen: 26-39, female, any ethnicity. Bernard’s German fiancé; air hostess for Lufthansa; has an intense Teutonic passion that can spin on a dime—one moment she might be soft and cuddly, and the next barking out orders and breaking furniture; inspires equal amounts of lust and fear in those around her; German accent; Gabriella: 26-39, female, any ethnicity. Bernard’s Italian fiancé; air hostess for Alitalia; sultry and full of fire, she is much smarter and more self-reliant than she first appears; Italian accent. All actors must possess the ability to play both physical and verbal comedy. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Equity members without appointments will be seen throughout the audition day as time permits. Auditioners are asked to prepare a one-minute comic monologue. All auditioners must bring a typed resume, a completed audition application and a headshot. (Posted: August 19, 2014)
  

Posted on August 18, 2014
   
(Queens, NY - AUDITIONS: August 18, 2014 between 10:00 am-4:00 pm By Appointment at Queens Theatre, 14 United Nations Ave. South, Queens, NY 11368) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: ttcauditions@gmail.com. Titan Theatre Company will be holding auditions for their 2014/2015 Season. Season Titles: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 16, 2014. Performance Dates: October 3-12, 2014 (at Queens Theatre). A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Rehearsal Dates: Begins November 15, 2014. Performance Dates: December 12-21, 2014 (at Queens Theatre). OTHELLO. Rehearsal Dates: Begins March 24, 2015. Performance Dates: April 22-May 3, 2015 (at Queens Theatre). PROD, Kevin Beebee; ART DIR, Lenny Banovez. Contract: $150-300 stipend for A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM & OTHELLO in AEA Showcase; Pays $425 weekly for A CHRISTMAS CAROL - LOA. Non-Union Stipends: $50-$100. Breakdown-- Seeking classically trained actors to fill roles in their upcoming season: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM is cast. Will be seeking understudies/replacements. For A CHRISTMAS CAROL - All actors must have strong British (RP) Accent. Ebenezer Scrooge: 50-65, male; Young Scrooge/Ensemble: 20-30, male; Fred/Ensemble: 25-35, male; Bob Cratchit: 35-45, male; Topper/Ensemble: 25-45, male; Fan/Ensemble: 20-30, female; Catherine/Ensemble: 25-35, female. For OTHELLO - Othello: 35-45, female; Iago: 35-45, female; Desdemona: 25-35, female; Cassio: 25-35, male; Emilia: 25-35, female; Bianca: 25-30, female; Duke of Venice: 40-45, female; Brabantio: 45-55, female; Gratianio: 25-35, female; Lodovico: 25-45, female; Roderigo: 30-40, female; Montano: 45-55, female; Ensemble: 25-35, female. Prepare two classical monologues, three mins in length, one Shakespeare, one w/ standard Brit (RP) accent (can also be Shakespeare). Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)

(Seattle, WA - AUDITIONS: August 18, 2014 between 12:00 noon-5:00 pm for Open Casting Call at 5th Avenue Theatre DAT5, 1308 5th Ave., Seattle, WA 98101) - To schedule an audition appointment, Call: 206-625-1418 Ext. 262. For more information, See: http://www.5thavenue.org/auditions. Fifth Avenue Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: A CHRISTMAS STORY. PROD ART DIR, Bill Berry. Contract: Equity WCLO Contract ($1029 min./wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins approximately October 20, 2014. Performance Dates: December 4-31, 2014 (in Seattle, WA). Breakdown-- Ralphie: 9-12, male, Caucasian. To play 9, going on 10, 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. Boy’s unchanged voice. High belter, low F# to high D. Must be able to tap. Prepare an uptempo Broadway belt song that displays range, personality and strong lyric interpretation; Randy: 8-9, male, 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. Boy’s unchanged voice. High belter, low F# to high C#. Must be able to tap. Prepare an uptempo Broadway belt song that displays range, personality and strong lyric interpretation; Scut Farcus: 12-14, male, any ethnicity. 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: 10-13, male, any ethnicity. 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. Belter (unchanged voice) low B to high C#. Must be able to tap; Schwartz: 10-13, male, any ethnicity. 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. Belter (unchanged voice) low B to high C#. Must be able to tap; Grover Dill/Randy Understudy: 10-12, male, any ethnicity. 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. Belter (unchanged voice) low B to high C#. Must be able to tap; Mary Beth (Ensemble Girl 1): 9-12, female, any ethnicity. 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, female, any ethnicity. 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, female, any ethnicity. 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/Waitress: 9-12, female, any ethnicity. 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, male, any ethnicity. Children’s chorus. Must have an unchanged voice. Sings from a low B to high D#. Must be able to tap. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Have your child prepare 16 bars of a musical theater song. They should also be prepared to dance and wear movement clothes (jazz shoes or sneakers). Details provided with appointment. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: August 18, 2014 between 1:00-5:00 pm Open Casting Call for Singers, Dancers & Actors at Champions Studios, 257 West 39 St., 14th flr., New York, NY 10018) - The Rosebud Company will be holding auditions for a live, staged presentation of original musical version of Washington Irving's classic tale and Catskills' RIP VAN WINKLE. PROD, Dennis Higgins. Contract: $300 stipend for five week experience. Rehearsal Dates: August 21-September 22, 2014. Performance Dates: September 22, 2014 (playing for two performances, with extension planned if show is successful). Breakdown-- Rip: 22-35, male, any ethnicity. Is a pioneer and authentic American, always with a good joke; handsome, spirited, has big ideas. Lead; Lowinna: 22-32, female, any ethnicity. Stands up for her rights. Glamorous, articulate, earthy; she speaks truth to the powerless. Lead; Gretchen: 22-35, female, any ethnicity. Is Rip's wife and the lady of the house. Gentle, but firm, in her prime. Lead; Derrick: 22-35, male, any ethnicity. Is Rip's friend and rival, an aristocrat who owns the tavern, and most everything else. Believes Rip's wife married beneath herself. Lead; Herman: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. Is Derrick's son. Thinks of himself as the best catch in the town. Headed for NYC to make his fortune. Lead; Alice: 18-25, female, any ethnicity. Is Rip's daughter. Beautiful and smart, she's the most desirable girl in the village. Lead; Knickerbocker: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. Is Alice's suitor. A school teacher. Sharp with his wit and his sword, if necessary. Lead; Henry Hudson: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. Is an explorer and captain of his pirate crew, still seeking adventure. Lead; Tateva: 25-35, female, a Native American woman, knowledgeable about responsibilities to the land, as well as myths and legends. Lead. Prepare a song. Accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)

(Queens, NY - AUDITIONS: August 19, 2014 between 10:00 am-2:00 pm By Appointment at Queens Theatre, 14 United Nations Ave. South, Queens, NY 11368) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: ttcauditions@gmail.com. Titan Theatre Company will be holding auditions for their 2014/2015 Season. Season Titles: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 16, 2014. Performance Dates: October 3-12, 2014 (at Queens Theatre). A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Rehearsal Dates: Begins November 15, 2014. Performance Dates: December 12-21, 2014 (at Queens Theatre). OTHELLO. Rehearsal Dates: Begins March 24, 2015. Performance Dates: April 22-May 3, 2015 (at Queens Theatre). PROD, Kevin Beebee; ART DIR, Lenny Banovez. Contract: $150-300 stipend for A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM & OTHELLO in AEA Showcase; Pays $425 weekly for A CHRISTMAS CAROL - LOA. Non-Union Stipends: $50-$100. Breakdown-- Seeking classically trained actors to fill roles in their upcoming season: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM is cast. Will be seeking understudies/replacements. For A CHRISTMAS CAROL - All actors must have strong British (RP) Accent. Ebenezer Scrooge: 50-65, male; Young Scrooge/Ensemble: 20-30, male; Fred/Ensemble: 25-35, male; Bob Cratchit: 35-45, male; Topper/Ensemble: 25-45, male; Fan/Ensemble: 20-30, female; Catherine/Ensemble: 25-35, female. For OTHELLO - Othello: 35-45, female; Iago: 35-45, female; Desdemona: 25-35, female; Cassio: 25-35, male; Emilia: 25-35, female; Bianca: 25-30, female; Duke of Venice: 40-45, female; Brabantio: 45-55, female; Gratianio: 25-35, female; Lodovico: 25-45, female; Roderigo: 30-40, female; Montano: 45-55, female; Ensemble: 25-35, female. Prepare two classical monologues, three mins in length, one Shakespeare, one w/ standard Brit (RP) accent (can also be Shakespeare). Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)

(Seattle, WA - AUDITIONS: August 19, 2014 between 6:30-9:30 pm for Open Casting Call at 5th Avenue Theatre DAT5, 1308 5th Ave., Seattle, WA 98101) - To schedule an audition appointment, Call: 206-625-1418 Ext. 262. For more information, See: http://www.5thavenue.org/auditions. Fifth Avenue Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: A CHRISTMAS STORY. PROD ART DIR, Bill Berry. Contract: Equity WCLO Contract ($1029 min./wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins approximately October 20, 2014. Performance Dates: December 4-31, 2014 (in Seattle, WA). Breakdown-- Ralphie: 9-12, male, Caucasian. To play 9, going on 10, 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. Boy’s unchanged voice. High belter, low F# to high D. Must be able to tap. Prepare an uptempo Broadway belt song that displays range, personality and strong lyric interpretation; Randy: 8-9, male, 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. Boy’s unchanged voice. High belter, low F# to high C#. Must be able to tap. Prepare an uptempo Broadway belt song that displays range, personality and strong lyric interpretation; Scut Farcus: 12-14, male, any ethnicity. 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: 10-13, male, any ethnicity. 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. Belter (unchanged voice) low B to high C#. Must be able to tap; Schwartz: 10-13, male, any ethnicity. 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. Belter (unchanged voice) low B to high C#. Must be able to tap; Grover Dill/Randy Understudy: 10-12, male, any ethnicity. 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. Belter (unchanged voice) low B to high C#. Must be able to tap; Mary Beth (Ensemble Girl 1): 9-12, female, any ethnicity. 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, female, any ethnicity. 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, female, any ethnicity. 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/Waitress: 9-12, female, any ethnicity. 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, male, any ethnicity. Children’s chorus. Must have an unchanged voice. Sings from a low B to high D#. Must be able to tap. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Have your child prepare 16 bars of a musical theater song. They should also be prepared to dance and wear movement clothes (jazz shoes or sneakers). Details provided with appointment. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: August 19, 2014 between 1:00-5:00 pm Open Casting Call for Singers, Dancers & Actors at Champions Studios, 257 West 39 St., 14th flr., New York, NY 10018) - The Rosebud Company will be holding auditions for a live, staged presentation of original musical version of Washington Irving's classic tale and Catskills' RIP VAN WINKLE. PROD, Dennis Higgins. Contract: $300 stipend for five week experience. Rehearsal Dates: August 21-September 22, 2014. Performance Dates: September 22, 2014 (playing for two performances, with extension planned if show is successful). Breakdown-- Rip: 22-35, male, any ethnicity. Is a pioneer and authentic American, always with a good joke; handsome, spirited, has big ideas. Lead; Lowinna: 22-32, female, any ethnicity. Stands up for her rights. Glamorous, articulate, earthy; she speaks truth to the powerless. Lead; Gretchen: 22-35, female, any ethnicity. Is Rip's wife and the lady of the house. Gentle, but firm, in her prime. Lead; Derrick: 22-35, male, any ethnicity. Is Rip's friend and rival, an aristocrat who owns the tavern, and most everything else. Believes Rip's wife married beneath herself. Lead; Herman: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. Is Derrick's son. Thinks of himself as the best catch in the town. Headed for NYC to make his fortune. Lead; Alice: 18-25, female, any ethnicity. Is Rip's daughter. Beautiful and smart, she's the most desirable girl in the village. Lead; Knickerbocker: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. Is Alice's suitor. A school teacher. Sharp with his wit and his sword, if necessary. Lead; Henry Hudson: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. Is an explorer and captain of his pirate crew, still seeking adventure. Lead; Tateva: 25-35, female, a Native American woman, knowledgeable about responsibilities to the land, as well as myths and legends. Lead. Prepare a song. Accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: August 20, 2014 between 1:00-5:00 pm Open Casting Call for Singers, Dancers & Actors at Champions Studios, 257 West 39 St., 14th flr., New York, NY 10018) - The Rosebud Company will be holding auditions for a live, staged presentation of original musical version of Washington Irving's classic tale and Catskills' RIP VAN WINKLE. PROD, Dennis Higgins. Contract: $300 stipend for five week experience. Rehearsal Dates: August 21-September 22, 2014. Performance Dates: September 22, 2014 (playing for two performances, with extension planned if show is successful). Breakdown-- Rip: 22-35, male, any ethnicity. Is a pioneer and authentic American, always with a good joke; handsome, spirited, has big ideas. Lead; Lowinna: 22-32, female, any ethnicity. Stands up for her rights. Glamorous, articulate, earthy; she speaks truth to the powerless. Lead; Gretchen: 22-35, female, any ethnicity. Is Rip's wife and the lady of the house. Gentle, but firm, in her prime. Lead; Derrick: 22-35, male, any ethnicity. Is Rip's friend and rival, an aristocrat who owns the tavern, and most everything else. Believes Rip's wife married beneath herself. Lead; Herman: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. Is Derrick's son. Thinks of himself as the best catch in the town. Headed for NYC to make his fortune. Lead; Alice: 18-25, female, any ethnicity. Is Rip's daughter. Beautiful and smart, she's the most desirable girl in the village. Lead; Knickerbocker: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. Is Alice's suitor. A school teacher. Sharp with his wit and his sword, if necessary. Lead; Henry Hudson: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. Is an explorer and captain of his pirate crew, still seeking adventure. Lead; Tateva: 25-35, female, a Native American woman, knowledgeable about responsibilities to the land, as well as myths and legends. Lead. Prepare a song. Accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)

(Sarasota, FL - AUDITIONS: August 23 & 24, 2014 between 11:00 am-7:00 pm for Equity Principal By Appointment Only at WBTT Theatre, 1646 10th Way, Sarasota, FL 34236) - To schedule an audition appointment, Send/Email photographs & resumes by 4:00 pm EST on August 21, 2014 to: travis@wbttsrq.org or Call: Travis Ray, 941-366-1505. Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe will be holding auditions for their 2014-2015 season. Season Titles: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. Performance Dates: October 15-November 16, 2014 (in Sarasota, FL). KNOCK ME A KISS. Performance Dates: January 7-February 8, 2015 (in Sarasota, FL). JAZZ HOT MAMAS. Performance Dates: February 25-March 29, 2015 (in Sarasota, FL). SPUNK. Performance Dates: April 15-May 17, 2015 (in Sarasota, FL). ART DIR, Nate Jacobs. Contract: Equity SPT Contract ($518/wk.). Breakdown-- Equity Actors & Actor/Singers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For various roles and chorus. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Singers: Prepare two songs, one up-tempo and one ballad both 16 bars. Actors: Prepare two contrasting monologues (comedic and dramatic). To be considered for plays and musicals, prepare one song and one monologue. Bring sheet music for accompanist. Bring 4 sets of photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)

(USA & Canada Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: August 21, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Principal Male & Female Dancers at Shetler Studios, 244 W. 54th St., 12th flr., Penthouse, New York, NY 10019) - Mills Entertainment & Gables Grove Productions will be holding auditions for Equity principal dancers for the North American Tour. Title: SID THE SCINCE KID LIVE. DIR, John Tartaglia; CHOREO, Shannon Lewis. Contract: Equity TYA contract ($482/wk., plus $20/wk. for driving, plus $30/wk. per diem). Rehearsal Dates: On or about September 22-October 3, 2014 (in New York, NY). Travels October 3-November 15, 2014 and January 24-March 1, 2015. Tour Performance Dates: October 12-November 15, 2014 and January 14-February 28, 2015. Breakdown-- Characters (Principal Dancer/ASMs): 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Must be between 4'11" and 5'5"; athletic and strong dancers who are comfortable with high-energy musical theater and jazz styles; puppeteering skills and/or work with costumed characters a big plus; to perform as costumed characters to play Sid, May, Gabriela, and Gerald from the hit PBS Kids television series; strong, healthy body types; candidates ideally have musical theater jazz dance training, as well; note: there is one swing position and that person may be involved with selling merchandise. Due to the nature of a Principal Dancer call, Equity Chorus Procedures will be used. There will be one sign-up sheet for both men and women combined. Be warmed up and ready to dance at the start time. Bring jazz shoes. Additionally, work with costume character pieces and/or puppetry skills may be explored at the audition. No singing is required for these roles. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)

(Los Angeles, CA)(West Hollywood, CA - AUDITIONS: August 23, 2014 between 12:00 noon-7:00 pm for Equity Principal at The Zephyr Theatre, 7456 Melrose Ave., [Check in Lobby], West Hollywood, CA 90046) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: annie@playground-la.org. For more information, See: http://www.playground-la.org. PlayGround-LA will be holding auditions for actors of all types and ages to participate in Playground LA's Monday Night PlayGround 2014 Season. Contract: Equity Special Agreement ($15/performance stipend). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Season runs October, 2014-March, 2015 (in Los Angeles, CA). Breakdown-- Actors: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Since we don't know what scripts we will be working with from month to month, we are looking for solid, versatile actors who can make big choices and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment. While what we do has elements of improv, PlayGround is designed to support the playwright, so attention to text and language is a priority for the PlayGround actor. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare one or two monologues not to exceed three minutes total. You may be asked to do a cold-reading if there is time. Note: Particularly seeking women and actors of color; all actors encouraged to apply. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)

(Los Angeles, CA)(West Hollywood, CA - AUDITIONS: August 24, 2014 between 9:00 am-3:00 pm for Equity Principal at The Zephyr Theatre, 7456 Melrose Ave., [Check in Lobby], West Hollywood, CA 90046) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: annie@playground-la.org. For more information, See: http://www.playground-la.org. PlayGround-LA will be holding auditions for actors of all types and ages to participate in Playground LA's Monday Night PlayGround 2014 Season. Contract: Equity Special Agreement ($15/performance stipend). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Season runs October, 2014-March, 2015 (in Los Angeles, CA). Breakdown-- Actors: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Since we don't know what scripts we will be working with from month to month, we are looking for solid, versatile actors who can make big choices and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment. While what we do has elements of improv, PlayGround is designed to support the playwright, so attention to text and language is a priority for the PlayGround actor. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare one or two monologues not to exceed three minutes total. You may be asked to do a cold-reading if there is time. Note: Particularly seeking women and actors of color; all actors encouraged to apply. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: August 18, 2014)
 

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