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(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: January 21, 2015 at 9:30 am for Equity Chorus Male Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: LES MISERABLES. DIR, Dennis Razze; CHOREO, Stephen Casey. Contract: Equity LORT LOA Contract ($618/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins May 19, 2015. Performance Dates: June 10-28, 2015 (in Center Valley, PA). Breakdown-- Courfeyrac/Foreman/Constable: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Courfeyrac is a youthful, passionate and fearless student. Foreman is verile, commanding, and a bit sleazy. Constable guards the chain gang and catches Valjean as he flees the Bishop's house. Chorus / Ensemble; Bamatabois/Grantaire/Major Domo: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Bamatabois is the "customer" that taunts Fantine into violence; wealthy, dissolute, thinks himself a gentleman; drunk, sadistic, chauvinistic. Grantaire is a student who is the opposite of Enjolras; believes in nothing; witty and drunken, happy to be with the group; keeps a watchful eye on Gavroche and is heartbroken when he is killed; could understudy Valjean or Javert; Bishop/Combeferre: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Kind man who saves Valjean with compassion; very lyric, compassionate, soothing voice. Combeferre is the philosopher and believer in peace; gentle, humane, brave and strong; could understudy Valjean or Javert; Factory Girl/Prostitute/Nun/Ensemble: 18+, female, any ethnicity. High soprano range. Prepare 16- and 32-bar cuts of a song in the style of, or from, "Les Miserables." Bring sheet music in your key. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(Las Vegas, NV - AUDITIONS: January 21, 2015 at 10:00 am for Male & Female Singers & at 1:00 pm for Male & Female Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for singers and dancers for a Corporate Show. AP, Raymond Shelton; DIR, Steve Dahlem; MUSIC DIR, Jeff Smith. Rehearsal Dates: March 16-18, 2015 (in Las Vegas, NV). Performance Dates: March 23-24, 2015 (at Mirage Casino & Resort, Las Vegas, NV). Breakdown-- Dancers: 18-35, males & females, any ethnicity. Seeking 16 strong and fit dancers with Jazz backgrounds and STRONG hip-hop skills. A combination will be taught. If you are called back, please also bring a brief cut of a pop song to show your range, in case you are asked to sing. An accompanist will be provided. Chorus / Ensemble; Singers: 20-36, males & females, any ethnicity. Seeking strong featured pop vocalists with voices who can hold their own and deliver for a massive Audience. Please come prepared with sheet music, an accompanist will be provided. If called back for afternoon, please be prepared to move. Lead. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: January 26, 2015 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for ensemble dancers and singers for possible future replacements in the currently running tour production. Title: DIRTY DANCING, a musical. DIR, James Powell; CHOREO, Michele Lynch; CSTG, Laura Stanczyk. Contract: Equity Short Engagement Touring Agreement Cat. 1 Contract ($890/wk.). Breakdown-- Dancers: 18-30, males & females, Hispanic. Must look like real people rather than dancers and actors; must be truly fit and have extensive training in ballet, jazz, latin, and ballroom; partnering experience a must; men must be able to double as businessmen, waiters, and steamy staff kids, not chorus boys; women must be able to double as wives, waitresses, and steamy downstairs staff kids; principal covers will come out of the ensemble; Singers: 18-39, males & females, any ethnicity. Contemporary pop/rock singers who can also dance; songs sung in the show include "Do You Love Me," "Yes," "We Shall Overcome," and "I’ve Had The Time Of My Life"; principal covers will come out of the ensemble. Women bring character heels and jazz flats. Men bring character or jazz shoes. In case asked to stay and sing, prepare 16 bars of choice that show off range and reflect style of show. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: January 26, 2015 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: BECAUSE OF WINN-DIXIE. PROD, Bud Martin/DTC, Scott Landis, Colin Callender, Dorothy Berloni; DIR/CHOREO, Marcia Milgrom Dodge; MUSIC DIR, Jason Hart; CSTG, Paul Hardt. Contract: Equity LORT D Non-Rep Contract ($600/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins March 3, 2015. Performance Dates: May 3, 2015 (in Wilmington, DE). Breakdown-- Dunlop Dewberry: 13-19, male, Caucasian. Boy to play early teens; has a sharp sense of humor and Southern charm; strong singer; post pubescent tenor or bari-tenor with a contemporary feel; Amanda Wilkerson: 13-14, female, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. Character is any ethnicity but Caucasian; a know-it-all; snobby, sassy, and smart, but hides a deep hurt at the death of her brother; strong singer with a contemporary feel; Woman #1: 30-39, female, Caucasian. Soprano/mezzo; plays Callie Thomas, a former prom queen and wild girl of High School Pretty; well-meaning; trying to go from beauty queen to mom is tough for her; Woman #2: 30-40, female, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. Any ethnicity but Caucasian; plays Millie Wilkinson, a mother who is emotionally closed off to her family after the death of her son; takes comfort in religion and can't understand her daughter's bad behavior in church; Man #2: 30-40, male, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. Character is any ethnicity but Caucasian; bark-tenor; plays Carl Wilkinson, a man of few words, but a good sense of humor, even though he is still grieving over the loss of his child. Chorus Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a brief contemporary pop, rock, or folk song. Note: All actors need to be dog friendly and have no dander allergies. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(Cambridge, MA - AUDITIONS: January 27, 2015 between 9:00 am-5:00 pm for Equity Chorus Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: WAITRESS, a musical. DIR, Diane Paulus. Contract: Equity LORT Contract ($836/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 22, 2015. Performance Dates: August 20-September 27, 2015 (in Cambridge, MA). Breakdown-- Ensemble: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Three men and three women; looking for a sound in the vein of Sara Bareilles; make up customers at the diner, patients in the doctor's office and various other community members. Prepare a brief uptempo pop/rock song. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. AEA members without appointments seen as time permits. 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: January 20, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: January 27, 2015 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for ensemble dancers and singers for possible future replacements in the currently running tour production. Title: DIRTY DANCING, a musical. DIR, James Powell; CHOREO, Michele Lynch; CSTG, Laura Stanczyk. Contract: Equity Short Engagement Touring Agreement Cat. 1 Contract ($890/wk.). Breakdown-- Dancers: 18-30, males & females, Hispanic. Must look like real people rather than dancers and actors; must be truly fit and have extensive training in ballet, jazz, latin, and ballroom; partnering experience a must; men must be able to double as businessmen, waiters, and steamy staff kids, not chorus boys; women must be able to double as wives, waitresses, and steamy downstairs staff kids; principal covers will come out of the ensemble; Singers: 18-39, males & females, any ethnicity. Contemporary pop/rock singers who can also dance; songs sung in the show include "Do You Love Me," "Yes," "We Shall Overcome," and "I’ve Had The Time Of My Life"; principal covers will come out of the ensemble. Women bring character heels and jazz flats. Men bring character or jazz shoes. In case asked to stay and sing, prepare 16 bars of choice that show off range and reflect style of show. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: January 28, 2015 at 9:30 am for Equity Chorus Male Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for 2015 season. Season Titles: SISTER ACT: THE MUSICAL. Rehearsal Dates: Begins May 4, 2015. Performance Dates: May 20-June 20, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). VICTOR/VICTORIA. Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 24, 2015. Performance Dates: September 9-October 3, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 13, 2015. Performance Dates: July 29-August 22, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). ROCK OF AGES. Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 10, 2015. Performance Dates: August 26-September 5, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 21, 2015. Performance Dates: October 7-25, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). EXEC ART DIR, Bradford Kenney; AP, Jayme McDaniel; CSTG, Anthony C. Daniel. Contract: Equity COST Contract ($731/wk.). Breakdown-- Singers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre song, in your key, which best shows your personality and abilities. Bring sheet music, in the correct key, as an accompanist will be provided. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Show dates subject to change. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: January 28, 2015 at 9:30 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 11:30 am for Equity Chorus Male Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers & at 4:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for Equity ensemble, strong singers and dancers for their upcoming production. Title: THE MUSIC MAN. DIR/CHOREO, Karen Azenberg; MUSIC DIR, Mchael Rice; CSTG, Rich Cole, Bob Cline. Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep Contract ($836/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins April 6, 2015. Performance Dates: May 1-16, 2015 (in Salt Lake City, UT). Breakdown-- Strong Singers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity; Strong Dancers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Singers: Prepare a selection in the style of the show. You are welcome to sing from the show. Dancers: Bring both character shoes and flats, and something to sing in the style of the show for after. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: January 29, 2015 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for 2015 season. Season Titles: SISTER ACT: THE MUSICAL. Rehearsal Dates: Begins May 4, 2015. Performance Dates: May 20-June 20, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). VICTOR/VICTORIA. Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 24, 2015. Performance Dates: September 9-October 3, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 13, 2015. Performance Dates: July 29-August 22, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). ROCK OF AGES. Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 10, 2015. Performance Dates: August 26-September 5, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 21, 2015. Performance Dates: October 7-25, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). EXEC ART DIR, Bradford Kenney; AP, Jayme McDaniel; CSTG, Anthony C. Daniel. Contract: Equity COST Contract ($731/wk.). Breakdown-- Dancers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Dancers be warmed up and ready to dance when the call begins. Bring appropriate dance/character shoes (women bring character heels). Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Show dates are subject to change. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: January 30, 2015 at 9:30 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE A& MURDER. PROD, Joey Parnes, Sue Wagner, John Johnson; DIR, Darko Tresnjak; MUSIC DIR, Paul Staroba; CSTG, Jay Binder, CSA, Jason Styres, CSA. Contract: Equity Production (League) Tier D Tour Contract. Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 11, 2015. Tour Performance Dates: Begins September 30, 2015. Breakdown-- Woman #1: 40-55, female, any ethnicity. A character woman to play Tour Guide, as well as Pub Owner's Wife, Mrs. Pebworth, 3rd Newsboy; covers Miss Shingle; mezzo soprano, G-high A; ensemble. Chorus / Ensemble; Woman #2: 30-49, female, any ethnicity. Plays Lady Eugenia, an unhappily married countess. Overbearing and mean spirited. Must be highly adept at the biting quip and the withering glare. Also plays Miss Hetherington, and 4th Newsboy; low F#-high A; ensemble. Chorus / Ensemble; Woman #3: 20-35, female, any ethnicity. Plays Miss Barley, an alluring artist model. Also plays Sibella's Maid, Hyacinth Colleague, Phoebe's Maid, Hilda. Covers Sibella and Phoebe; G-high C; ensemble. Chorus / Ensemble; Female Swing: 30-45, female, any ethnicity. Must have a wide vocal range, Low F#- High A; Covers all three on-stage female ensemble tracks. Must be able to play everything from an English aristocrat who despises her husband all the way to a flighty, young, lower-class girl with higher aspirations. Would also be a 2nd Phoebe/Sibella cover; ensemble. Chorus / Ensemble; Man #1: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Appealing and attractive; plays Tom Copley (aka Farmer), as well as 2nd Clerk, Hyacinth Colleague, 2nd Newsboy, Actor, Ancestral Bust, Dr. Pettibone, and Guard. High baritone with a strong top; solid low A-high A. This actor covers Monty. Chorus / Ensemble; Man #2: 40-55, male, any ethnicity. A versatile and appealing character man. Plays Detective Pinckey, who has a featured number. Also plays 1st Clerk, Pub Owner, Mr. Cross, 1st Newsboy, 1st Actor, Physician, and 2nd Ancestral Bust; Bass, low C-high G#. This actor will be a 2nd cover for The Dysquith Family, so humor is a must. Chorus / Ensemble; Man #3: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. A character man; plays The Magistrate, as well as Mr. Goodsall, Actor, and Mr. Gorby. The Magistrate has a featured number with Detective Pinckey; true tenor; Bb-high Bb. Chorus / Ensemble; Male Swing: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. Must have wide vocal range, low C-high Bb. Covers all three on-stage male ensemble tracks. Must be able to play everything from a not-very-bright, middle-class magistrate all the way to a working-class farmer. Would also be a 2nd cover for Monty. Chorus / Ensemble. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. The style of the score is completely legit; a hybrid between "Candide," "A Little Night Music" and Gilbert & Sullivan. Prepare a song of your own in these styles. Bring picture and resume, stapled together. Note: This is a high-style, English romantic farce set in the Edwardian era. It requires highly trained actors who sing beautifully with a legit sound and have great comic skills. All roles are similar stylistically to characters in Oscar Wilde plays. English accents are required for all roles. There is an ensemble of six, all of whom play various important roles throughout the evening, and solo singing is required by all. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(Cambridge, MA)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: January 30, 2015 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: WAITRESS, a musical. DIR, Diane Paulus. Contract: Equity LORT Contract ($836/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 22, 2015. Performance Dates: August 20-September 27, 2015 (in Cambridge, MA). Breakdown-- Principal Roles That Will Be Understudies - Jenna: 20s, female, any ethnicity. A woman stuck in her life as an unhappily married waitress in a small town. Finds some happiness and expression through her meticulous baking of pies. Lives her live paycheck-to-paycheck, day by day, and wants nothing more than to get away-anywhere- and start fresh, unbeknownst to her destructive husband, Earl. Must have a fantastic pop/rock voice with great range; principal; role has been offered; Dawn: 20s, female, any ethnicity. Youngest of the waitresses. Thick glasses, hair parted 14 centimeters to the left — eccentric is the nice way to say she’s slightly unusual, and not so slightly OCD. She sets the tables, painstakingly insuring each salt and pepper-shaker is equidistant from the napkin holder. Must have an excellent pop/rock/folk voice; principal; Becky: Late 40s-50s, female, any ethnicity. Oldest of the waitresses. Irreverent, irascible, been there, made it back, and somehow kept her sense of humor. Must have a soulful pop voice with a strong belt; principal; role has been offered; Dr. Pomatter: 30s-Early 40s, male, any ethnicity. Handsome, somewhat clumsy, and slightly neurotic. Jenna’s gynecologist with whom an unexpected extramarital affair is born. Has a quirky sense of humor and a big heart, despite the fact that he’s contributing to the affair, principal; role has been offered; Earl: 20s-30s, male, Caucasian. Jenna’s husband. Peaked in high school, handsome, but that face is clouded with broken dreams, drowned with cheap beer. Just enough narcissism mixed with stupidity, to be a potent Molotov cocktail that can explode into anger unexpectedly. Actors auditioning for would need to come prepared with a song in the vein of Elton John or a similar contemporary singer/songwriter; principal; role has been offered; Cal: 40s, male, any ethnicity. Chef at the diner. A guy’s guy surrounded by gals. Brash, impatient, unsentimental, but somehow utterly charming. Should have a strong pop/rock voice with great comedic chops. Must have excellent comedic timing and a strong baritone voice; principal; role has been offered; Ogie: 30s, male, any ethnicity. Strange, yet oddly lovable. Becomes slightly obsessed with Dawn (in a hilarious yet endearing way) after she goes on a 5-minute date with him. Quirky, incredibly persistent, and odd, yet kind. Should have excellent comedic timing. Must have an excellent pop/rock tenor/baritenor sound; principal; role has been offered; Joe: 60s-70s, male, any ethnicity. The owner of the diner where Jenna, Dawn, Becky, and Cal work. A seemingly old, curmudgeonly man who has a soft spot for Jenna (and her pie), but picks when that warmth allows itself to be shown. A sarcastically funny and no-nonsense guy with a keen ability to read people; very funny; principal; role has been offered. Must have excellent pop/rock voices in the style of Sara Bareilles; will understudy at least one of the principal roles; must have excellent comedic timing and be able to play a range of characters comprising the community in which the story takes place. Chorus / Ensemble. Prepare a short pop/rock song in the style of Sara Bareilles that shows off your range. Bring sheet music as an accompanist will be provided. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(Thousand Oaks, CA - AUDITIONS: January 31, 2015 at 10:00 pm for Equity Chorus Dancers By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: MARY POPPINS. DIR, Lewis Wilkenfeld; CHOREO, Cheryl Baxter; MUSIC DIR, Ilana Eden. Contract: Equity Guest Artist Tier 3 Contract ($512/wk.). Note: Guest Artist contracts available, to be cast from among these roles: Mary Poppins, Bert, George Banks & Winifred Banks. Rehearsal Dates: Begins Rehearsals begin March 9, 2015 (for Non-Union) & March 23, 2015 (for AEA). Performance Dates: April 17-26, 2015 (for 11-12 performances at the Cabrillo Music Theatre in Thousand Oaks, CA). Breakdown-- Mary Poppins: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. Jane and Michael Banks's new nanny. She is extraordinary and strange, neat and tidy, delightfully vain yet very particular, and sometimes a little frightening but always exciting, with a twinkle in her eye. She is practically perfect in every way and always means what she says. A mezzo soprano with strong top notes; able to dance or move very well. She can have a more traditional soprano sound, but precision and diction is the key; mezzo soprano, Gb3-C6); Bert: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. The narrator of the story and a good friend to Mary Poppins. An everyman, Bert has many occupations, including hurdy-gurdy player, sidewalk artist, and chimney sweep. Bert watches over the children as well as the goings on in Cherry Tree Lane. He has charm, depth, speaks with a Cockney accent, and is a song-and-dance-man. Must sing well; baritone, B2-F#4 and dance well; Mr. George Banks: 40-45, male, any ethnicity. Jane and Michael Banks' father, a banker to the very fiber of his being. Demanding "precision and order" in his household, he is a pipe-and-slippers man who doesn't have much to do with his children and believes that he had the perfect upbringing by his nanny, the cruel Miss Andrew. His emotional armor, however, conceals a sensitive soul; baritone, may speak-sing as necessary; vocal range, A2-F4; Mrs. Winifred Banks: 30-40, female, any ethnicity. George's wife and Jane and Michael's mother. A former actress, she is a loving and distracted homemaker who is busy trying to live up to her husband's desire to only associate with "the best people" as well as be a model wife and mother. She suffers from the conflicting feelings that she's not up to the job of "being Mrs. Banks," yet, she is, and more. She has a great warmth and simplicity to her tone; must sing; mezzo soprano, G3-E5; Jane Banks: 11+, female, any ethnicity. 4'10" or shorter, the high-spirited daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Banks; bright and precocious but can be willful and inclined to snobbishness; must sing and move well; range, A3-E5. Note: This role will be double-cast; Michael Banks: 9+, male, any ethnicity. 4'9" or shorter, the cute and cheeky son of Mr. and Mrs. Banks. Excitable and naughty, he adores his father and tries to be like him. Both he and Jane misbehave in order to get the attention of their parents; must sing and move well; range A3-E5, unbroken voice. Note: This role will be double-cast; Mrs. Brill: 50-60, female, any ethnicity. The housekeeper and cook for the Banks family; overworked and harassed, she's always complaining that the house is understaffed. Her intimidating exterior is a cover for the warmth underneath. Mrs. Brill doesn't have a high opinion of nannies in general and Mary Poppins in particular; must sing; range, F#3-D#5; Robertson Ay: 20-30, male, any ethnicity. The houseboy to the Banks family. Lazy, sleepy, and grumbling, he never gets things right and believes himself to be useless. His "Spoonful" solo can be a fun surprise; must sing; tenor, B2-A; Admiral Boom: 50-60, male, any ethnicity. A retired Royal Navy man and neighbor of the Banks family. A physically large man with a loud and booming voice, he speaks in Navy jargon and has a soft spot for his neighbor, Miss Lark. Any vocal range; The Bird Woman: 50-60, female, any ethnicity. Covered in a patchwork of old shawls, and her pockets are stuffed with bags of crumbs for the birds. She tries to sell her crumbs for the birds. She tries to sell her crumbs to passersby, who ignore her as if she doesn't exist. Sings "Feed the Birds." There can be a gruff, folksy quality to her voice that reflects the hardness of her life. Must sing; range, Gb3-Db5; Policeman: 30-50, male, any ethnicity. A neighborhood fixture who is respected by and observant of the households on his beat; Bank Chairman: 50-60, male, any ethnicity. The head of the bank where Mr. Banks is employed, an Edwardian stuffed-shirt; can speak/sing his lyrics if necessary. Doubles as Ensemble. Must sing; range, C3-D4; John Northbrook: 30-50, male, any ethnicity. An honest businessman seeking a loan to build a factory for his community; speaks with an accent from Northern England. Doubles as ensemble; Katie Nanna: 30-40, female, any ethnicity. Jane and Michael's nanny at the beginning of the show. Overwhelmed and upset, she has absolutely had her fill of the Banks children. Doubles as ensemble; Miss Andrew: 40-60, female, any ethnicity. George's overbearing and scary nanny. With her bottle of nasty-tasting brimstone and treacle to keep naughty children in line, she is a bully who only knows one way of doing things - her way. A soprano with an alto belt, there can be some heaviness to her voice along with the range. Doubles as ensemble; must sing; mezzo-soprano, G#3-A5; Miss Lark: 30-40, female, any ethnicity. The haughty next-door neighbor of the Banks family who treats her dog, Willoughby, as if he were her child. Doubles as ensemble; Mrs. Smythe: 40-50, female, any ethnicity. The Bank Chairman's humorless secretary. Doubles as ensemble; Mrs. Corry: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Owns a magical gingerbread shop; a mysterious woman of great age who speaks with a Caribbean accent (or any accent that would make her seem exotic). Doubles as ensemble; must sing, D4-Db5; Neleus: 16-20, male, any ethnicity. The statue of a young boy posed with a dolphin in the park. Neleus was separated from his father, Poseidon, and misses him very much. A small and lonely being, he is very happy to befriend Jane and Michael. Dance specialty, includes ballet and modern. Doubles as ensemble; The Park Keeper: 40-60, male, any ethnicity. Uniformed and officious, makes sure no one breaks park regulations. His life is defined by rules, but he secretly hankers after his childhood. Doubles as ensemble; Queen Victoria: 40-60, female, any ethnicity. A statue in the park. Doubles as ensemble; Von Hussler: 30-50, male, any ethnicity. A businessman seeking a loan from the bank for a shady business deal. He speaks with a German accent. Doubles as ensemble; Dancers Who Sing: 16+, males & females, any ethnicity. To portray Toys, Dolls, Chimney Sweeps, Parkgoers, Citizens, Kite Flyers, etc.; tap and musical theatre dance essential; ballet and modern a plus for some specialty roles; Singers Who Move: 25+, males & females, any ethnicity. To portray Toys, Dolls, Chimney Sweeps, Parkgoers, Citizens, Kite Flyers, etc. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Note: All cast members must have British dialects of various regional and class locales. British dialect not required at auditions and will be taught to the cast. Teens who dance are encouraged to audition for the dance ensemble. Anyone auditioning to be in the dance ensemble should first attend a dance call. All roles open to Non-Equity. All ethnic types encouraged for all roles. Bring jazz and character shoes. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: January 31, 2015 between 10:00 am-1:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] & 2:00-5:30 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers [Registration at 1:00 pm] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for 2015 season. Season Titles: SISTER ACT: THE MUSICAL. Rehearsal Dates: Begins May 4, 2015. Performance Dates: May 20-June 20, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). VICTOR/VICTORIA. Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 24, 2015. Performance Dates: September 9-October 3, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 13, 2015. Performance Dates: July 29-August 22, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). ROCK OF AGES. Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 10, 2015. Performance Dates: August 26-September 5, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 21, 2015. Performance Dates: October 7-25, 2015 (in Ogunquit, ME). EXEC ART DIR, Bradford Kenney; AP, Jayme McDaniel; CSTG, Anthony C. Daniel. Contract: Equity COST Contract ($731/wk.). Breakdown-- Dancers: 18-50, males & females, any ethnicity. Chorus / Ensemble. No monitor will be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Unofficial lists will not be recognized. Be warmed up and ready to dance. Prepare 8 bars appropriate for the season and bring your book in case you are asked to stay and sing. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)

(Thousand Oaks, CA - AUDITIONS: February 1, 2015 at 6:00 pm for Equity Chorus Dancers By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: MARY POPPINS. DIR, Lewis Wilkenfeld; CHOREO, Cheryl Baxter; MUSIC DIR, Ilana Eden. Contract: Equity Guest Artist Tier 3 Contract ($512/wk.). Note: Guest Artist contracts available, to be cast from among these roles: Mary Poppins, Bert, George Banks & Winifred Banks. Rehearsal Dates: Begins Rehearsals begin March 9, 2015 (for Non-Union) & March 23, 2015 (for AEA). Performance Dates: April 17-26, 2015 (for 11-12 performances at the Cabrillo Music Theatre in Thousand Oaks, CA). Breakdown-- Mary Poppins: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. Jane and Michael Banks's new nanny. She is extraordinary and strange, neat and tidy, delightfully vain yet very particular, and sometimes a little frightening but always exciting, with a twinkle in her eye. She is practically perfect in every way and always means what she says. A mezzo soprano with strong top notes; able to dance or move very well. She can have a more traditional soprano sound, but precision and diction is the key; mezzo soprano, Gb3-C6); Bert: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. The narrator of the story and a good friend to Mary Poppins. An everyman, Bert has many occupations, including hurdy-gurdy player, sidewalk artist, and chimney sweep. Bert watches over the children as well as the goings on in Cherry Tree Lane. He has charm, depth, speaks with a Cockney accent, and is a song-and-dance-man. Must sing well; baritone, B2-F#4 and dance well; Mr. George Banks: 40-45, male, any ethnicity. Jane and Michael Banks' father, a banker to the very fiber of his being. Demanding "precision and order" in his household, he is a pipe-and-slippers man who doesn't have much to do with his children and believes that he had the perfect upbringing by his nanny, the cruel Miss Andrew. His emotional armor, however, conceals a sensitive soul; baritone, may speak-sing as necessary; vocal range, A2-F4; Mrs. Winifred Banks: 30-40, female, any ethnicity. George's wife and Jane and Michael's mother. A former actress, she is a loving and distracted homemaker who is busy trying to live up to her husband's desire to only associate with "the best people" as well as be a model wife and mother. She suffers from the conflicting feelings that she's not up to the job of "being Mrs. Banks," yet, she is, and more. She has a great warmth and simplicity to her tone; must sing; mezzo soprano, G3-E5; Jane Banks: 11+, female, any ethnicity. 4'10" or shorter, the high-spirited daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Banks; bright and precocious but can be willful and inclined to snobbishness; must sing and move well; range, A3-E5. Note: This role will be double-cast; Michael Banks: 9+, male, any ethnicity. 4'9" or shorter, the cute and cheeky son of Mr. and Mrs. Banks. Excitable and naughty, he adores his father and tries to be like him. Both he and Jane misbehave in order to get the attention of their parents; must sing and move well; range A3-E5, unbroken voice. Note: This role will be double-cast; Mrs. Brill: 50-60, female, any ethnicity. The housekeeper and cook for the Banks family; overworked and harassed, she's always complaining that the house is understaffed. Her intimidating exterior is a cover for the warmth underneath. Mrs. Brill doesn't have a high opinion of nannies in general and Mary Poppins in particular; must sing; range, F#3-D#5; Robertson Ay: 20-30, male, any ethnicity. The houseboy to the Banks family. Lazy, sleepy, and grumbling, he never gets things right and believes himself to be useless. His "Spoonful" solo can be a fun surprise; must sing; tenor, B2-A; Admiral Boom: 50-60, male, any ethnicity. A retired Royal Navy man and neighbor of the Banks family. A physically large man with a loud and booming voice, he speaks in Navy jargon and has a soft spot for his neighbor, Miss Lark. Any vocal range; The Bird Woman: 50-60, female, any ethnicity. Covered in a patchwork of old shawls, and her pockets are stuffed with bags of crumbs for the birds. She tries to sell her crumbs for the birds. She tries to sell her crumbs to passersby, who ignore her as if she doesn't exist. Sings "Feed the Birds." There can be a gruff, folksy quality to her voice that reflects the hardness of her life. Must sing; range, Gb3-Db5; Policeman: 30-50, male, any ethnicity. A neighborhood fixture who is respected by and observant of the households on his beat; Bank Chairman: 50-60, male, any ethnicity. The head of the bank where Mr. Banks is employed, an Edwardian stuffed-shirt; can speak/sing his lyrics if necessary. Doubles as Ensemble. Must sing; range, C3-D4; John Northbrook: 30-50, male, any ethnicity. An honest businessman seeking a loan to build a factory for his community; speaks with an accent from Northern England. Doubles as ensemble; Katie Nanna: 30-40, female, any ethnicity. Jane and Michael's nanny at the beginning of the show. Overwhelmed and upset, she has absolutely had her fill of the Banks children. Doubles as ensemble; Miss Andrew: 40-60, female, any ethnicity. George's overbearing and scary nanny. With her bottle of nasty-tasting brimstone and treacle to keep naughty children in line, she is a bully who only knows one way of doing things - her way. A soprano with an alto belt, there can be some heaviness to her voice along with the range. Doubles as ensemble; must sing; mezzo-soprano, G#3-A5; Miss Lark: 30-40, female, any ethnicity. The haughty next-door neighbor of the Banks family who treats her dog, Willoughby, as if he were her child. Doubles as ensemble; Mrs. Smythe: 40-50, female, any ethnicity. The Bank Chairman's humorless secretary. Doubles as ensemble; Mrs. Corry: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Owns a magical gingerbread shop; a mysterious woman of great age who speaks with a Caribbean accent (or any accent that would make her seem exotic). Doubles as ensemble; must sing, D4-Db5; Neleus: 16-20, male, any ethnicity. The statue of a young boy posed with a dolphin in the park. Neleus was separated from his father, Poseidon, and misses him very much. A small and lonely being, he is very happy to befriend Jane and Michael. Dance specialty, includes ballet and modern. Doubles as ensemble; The Park Keeper: 40-60, male, any ethnicity. Uniformed and officious, makes sure no one breaks park regulations. His life is defined by rules, but he secretly hankers after his childhood. Doubles as ensemble; Queen Victoria: 40-60, female, any ethnicity. A statue in the park. Doubles as ensemble; Von Hussler: 30-50, male, any ethnicity. A businessman seeking a loan from the bank for a shady business deal. He speaks with a German accent. Doubles as ensemble; Dancers Who Sing: 16+, males & females, any ethnicity. To portray Toys, Dolls, Chimney Sweeps, Parkgoers, Citizens, Kite Flyers, etc.; tap and musical theatre dance essential; ballet and modern a plus for some specialty roles; Singers Who Move: 25+, males & females, any ethnicity. To portray Toys, Dolls, Chimney Sweeps, Parkgoers, Citizens, Kite Flyers, etc. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Note: All cast members must have British dialects of various regional and class locales. British dialect not required at auditions and will be taught to the cast. Teens who dance are encouraged to audition for the dance ensemble. Anyone auditioning to be in the dance ensemble should first attend a dance call. All roles open to Non-Equity. All ethnic types encouraged for all roles. Bring jazz and character shoes. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 20, 2015)
  

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(Wilmington, NC) - Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Title: LIFE WITH DIGNITY, a Short Film. DIR, Sebastian Mazzola. Shoot Dates: January 21, 2015 (in Wilmington, NC). Breakdown-- Businessmen: 21-30, male, any ethnicity. Young, professional guys having a drink after work. Background / Extra; Bartender: 21+, males & females, any ethnicity. Background / Extra; Attractive Couple: 21-40, males & females, any ethnicity. Clearly in love with each other, the couple everyone looks at & wishes they had that love. Background / Extra. (Posted: January 19, 2015)

(Woodstock, GA - AUDITIONS: January 23, 2015 between 8:00 am-4:00 pm for Open Casting Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: THE DIG, a Feature Film. DIR, Brad McColl. Shoot Dates: Spring, 2015 (in Ellijay, GA). Breakdown-- Native or Latin Americans: 27-75, males & females, Hispanic, Native American. Supporting; Supporting Roles: 16-40, males & females, any ethnicity. Supporting. (Posted: January 19, 2015)

(Atlanta, GA) - Email three photographs & resumes ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Title: DIRTY GRANDPA, a Feature Film. CAST, Zac Efron, Robert De Niro; DIR, Dan Mazer. Shoot Dates: January 29, 2015 (in Atlanta, GA). STORY: Right before his wedding, an uptight guy is tricked into driving his grandfather, a perverted former Army general, to Florida for spring break. Breakdown-- Hippies: 18-60, males & females, any ethnicity. Fun loving Granolas. Background / Extra. (Posted: January 19, 2015)

(Manhattan, NY - AUDITIONS: January 30, 2015 between 4:00-9:00 pm for Open Casting Call [Korean and must be FLUENT in Korean] at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: HOMESHARE, a Short Film. DIR, Aro Cho. Shoot Dates: February 7-8 or 14-15, 2015 (1-2 day shoot. Meet in Brooklyn and ride will be provided to New Jersey to film). STORY: The film is about 2 women struggling to live with a man diagnosed with Alzheimer's. This disease progresses everyday and many creepy things occur in the house. It is a creepy suspenseful film with the man constantly getting confused and paranoid with his own disease. He sees and hears things that no one else does and hates getting accused of being a liar. Breakdown-- Woojin: 45-70, male, Asian, South Asian. Must be KOREAN and fluent in the language. Old man diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Preferred old/fragile man. He will be acting as a nice old man who turns into a creepy/paranoid man when his diagnoses acts up. Acting skills will be very important as he will be the one to set the creepy/suspenseful tone of the story. I will need to see the sweet side of him as well as the angry creepy side of him. Lead; Jin-ah: 20-35, female, Asian, South Asian. Must be Korean and FLUENT in the language. This character will be living with a man diagnosed with Alzheimer's and the struggle to live with him as his disease progresses everyday. She will have to act to show her fear and annoyance of living with him. He will be constantly accusing her of the things he sees when no one else does and their arguments. Supporting; Haein: 20-35, female, Asian, South Asian. Must be Korean and FLUENT in the language. This character will be living with a man diagnosed with Alzheimer's and the struggle to live with him as his disease progresses everyday. She will have to act to show her fear and annoyance of living with him. He will be constantly accusing her of the things he sees when no one else does and their arguments. Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 19, 2015)

(Manhattan, NY - AUDITIONS: January 31, 2015 between 3:00-9:00 pm for Open Casting Call [Korean and must be FLUENT in Korean] at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: HOMESHARE, a Short Film. DIR, Aro Cho. Shoot Dates: February 7-8 or 14-15, 2015 (1-2 day shoot. Meet in Brooklyn and ride will be provided to New Jersey to film). STORY: The film is about 2 women struggling to live with a man diagnosed with Alzheimer's. This disease progresses everyday and many creepy things occur in the house. It is a creepy suspenseful film with the man constantly getting confused and paranoid with his own disease. He sees and hears things that no one else does and hates getting accused of being a liar. Breakdown-- Woojin: 45-70, male, Asian, South Asian. Must be KOREAN and fluent in the language. Old man diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Preferred old/fragile man. He will be acting as a nice old man who turns into a creepy/paranoid man when his diagnoses acts up. Acting skills will be very important as he will be the one to set the creepy/suspenseful tone of the story. I will need to see the sweet side of him as well as the angry creepy side of him. Lead; Jin-ah: 20-35, female, Asian, South Asian. Must be Korean and FLUENT in the language. This character will be living with a man diagnosed with Alzheimer's and the struggle to live with him as his disease progresses everyday. She will have to act to show her fear and annoyance of living with him. He will be constantly accusing her of the things he sees when no one else does and their arguments. Supporting; Haein: 20-35, female, Asian, South Asian. Must be Korean and FLUENT in the language. This character will be living with a man diagnosed with Alzheimer's and the struggle to live with him as his disease progresses everyday. She will have to act to show her fear and annoyance of living with him. He will be constantly accusing her of the things he sees when no one else does and their arguments. Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 19, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: February 2, 2015 between 1:00-4:00 pm By Appointment at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: THE LAST TIME WE SPOKE, a Short Film. PROD, Rolando Hernandez, Stephen Dobbins; DIR, Rolando Hernandez. Table read to be scheduled for the third week of February, 2015 with scheduled rehearsals the following two weeks. Principle photography will be the Second week of March, 2015 and then held to the second week of May, 2015. STORY: The film follows Marcus on a chance meeting with an old friend, Cindy, revealing their shared past and possible future. Breakdown-- Marcus: 21-30, male, any ethnicity. Has grown to become self assured, hard worker who has kept to himself and family, thinking always of the one that could have been. Lead; Cindy: 23-30, female, any ethnicity. Extremely dedicated and level headed, metropolitan, has found happiness in work though wants an outside source. Lead; Step-Father: 45-60, male, any ethnicity. Not the easiest life, resulting to finding solace in the bottle and in abusing those around him, especially those closest. Supporting; Mother: 45-55, female, any ethnicity. Devoted mother, has had one failed marriage trying to salvage another for the sake of her kids. Supporting; Sister: 15-25, males & females, any ethnicity. Loves books, puzzles, intellect, loves her family but learns to mature at an early age. Supporting; Uncle: 45-55, males & females, any ethnicity. Very small but imperative part, works as a gravedigger with deep devoting to his family. Day Player; Sound Person: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. A person who knows what they are doing when it comes to sound. Travel and Food. We have equipment but having your own is a plus. While sides will be provided, please have a 1-2 minute monologue prepared. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 19, 2015)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: February 3, 2015 between 1:00-4:00 pm By Appointment at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: THE LAST TIME WE SPOKE, a Short Film. PROD, Rolando Hernandez, Stephen Dobbins; DIR, Rolando Hernandez. Table read to be scheduled for the third week of February, 2015 with scheduled rehearsals the following two weeks. Principle photography will be the Second week of March, 2015 and then held to the second week of May, 2015. STORY: The film follows Marcus on a chance meeting with an old friend, Cindy, revealing their shared past and possible future. Breakdown-- Marcus: 21-30, male, any ethnicity. Has grown to become self assured, hard worker who has kept to himself and family, thinking always of the one that could have been. Lead; Cindy: 23-30, female, any ethnicity. Extremely dedicated and level headed, metropolitan, has found happiness in work though wants an outside source. Lead; Step-Father: 45-60, male, any ethnicity. Not the easiest life, resulting to finding solace in the bottle and in abusing those around him, especially those closest. Supporting; Mother: 45-55, female, any ethnicity. Devoted mother, has had one failed marriage trying to salvage another for the sake of her kids. Supporting; Sister: 15-25, males & females, any ethnicity. Loves books, puzzles, intellect, loves her family but learns to mature at an early age. Supporting; Uncle: 45-55, males & females, any ethnicity. Very small but imperative part, works as a gravedigger with deep devoting to his family. Day Player; Sound Person: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. A person who knows what they are doing when it comes to sound. Travel and Food. We have equipment but having your own is a plus. While sides will be provided, please have a 1-2 minute monologue prepared. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: January 19, 2015)

(Charlotte, NC) - Email photographs, resumes & reel ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Title: UNTITLED, a Short Film. Contract: $125/day. Shoot Dates: February 7-8, 2015 (in Charlotte, NC). Breakdown-- Jennifer: 18-25, female, any ethnicity. Attractive, of a thin to average build, should be able to speak dialogue naturally. She should be able to scream as well as feign innocence and vulnerability, needs to appear emotionally unstable. Lead. (Posted: January 19, 2015)

(Kentucky) - Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Title: THANATOPHOBIA, a Short Psychological Horror Film. Rehearsal Dates: March, 2015. Shoot Dates: Late March/Early April, 2015 (over six days shoot in Kentucky). STORY: The film is about an elderly man who confronts dark forces in the neighborhood movie theater. Breakdown-- Ernie: 66-85, male, Caucasian. Ernie’s living at home, contemplating whether to move into the "Misty Hills Retirement Village." He’s stubborn, cranky, with a strong personality, but has a very fragile side as he fears dying alone. This role does require some physically demanding parts. Lead (RATE: $1,000/day up to 6 days, inclusive of Agency fees, if any. Transportation & lodging provided for out-of-state actors traveling 100 miles or more); Bob Dillinger: 30-50, male, Caucasian, 5'10"+, Black Hair Color. Pale, thin and sinister. In second scene of the film with the main character Ernie Cranshaw. Significant screen time. Friendly, but something just doesn’t seem right. Supporting (RATE: $550 for 1 day, inclusive of Agency fees, if any. Transportation & lodging provided for out-of-state actors traveling 100 miles or more); Young Ernie: 7-13, male, Caucasian. A physically and emotionally challenging role. Young Ernie has an alcoholic, abusive father and is in the crucial first act of the film. Supporting (RATE: $350 for 1 day, inclusive of Agency fees, if any. Transportation & lodging provided for out-of-state actors traveling 100 miles or more). (Posted: January 19, 2015)
 

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