Wednesday, January 6, 2010

New York Stage Casting Update: Jan 05, 2010

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(NEW) Hello, Dolly! open auditions
January 11, 13, 14 from 7-10pm. Callbacks January 16th at 1:30. Congregation Rodeph Sholom, 7 W. 83rd Street, between Columbus and CPW. Prepare 32 bars of an uptempo musical theater song. For any additional information or questions, please don't hesitate to give us a call at 646-454-3108 or drop us an email at

The Rodeph Sholom Theater Company is proud to present its fifth production in as many years - Hello, Dolly! Directed By James Valletti - Choreographed by Rachael Evans - Musical Direction by Christopher Howatt. Non-Union. This growing theater company is looking to round out its company with talented and warm individuals looking for a fun community theater experience, complete with junky cookies and a topnotch production! Duration: Feb. 8 - Mar. 9.

Seeking: Actors looking for a fun community theater experience.

Hello, Dolly!
by Jerry Herman

(NEW) The Philadelphia Story, open by appt.
OPEN Auditions (Equity/non) by APPOINTMENT: Monday, January 18, 2010, Nola Studios, 1 PM – 5 PM, 250 West 54th Street, New York City. The producer will run all aspects of this call. Equity audition procedures will NOT be in effect, and no Equity Monitor will be provided. For an appointment, call 860/767-7318. Please prepare a brief dramatic monologue OR be prepared to read from sides (provided at the audition, and available in advance at ) Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together.

Ivoryton Playhouse of Ivoryton, CT, is holding auditions (Equity/non) for The Philadelphia Story. SPT. $357/week minimum. Executive/Artistic Director/Stage Director: Jacqueline Hubbard Author: Philip Barry. 1st rehearsal: February 23, 2010. Runs March 10 – 28, 2010 (Wednesday, Sunday matinees; Wednesday – Saturday evenings).

Tracy Lord:
Woman, mid 20s. Strikingly beautiful. Aristocratic "virgin queen".

C. K. Dexter Haven: Man, late 20s – early 30s. Upper-class playboy.

Mike Connor: Late 20s – early 30s. Published writer of short stories. Intellectual snob who despises the lifestyles of the rich and famous.

George Kittredge: Early 30s. Self-made coal mining tycoon. A bit rough around the edges.

Liz Embrie: Late 20s – early 30s. Career girl, street-smart.

Seth Lord: 50 – 60. Tall, handsome, suave. Well-known philanderer.

Margaret Lord: 45 – 55. Sophisticated, charming, beautiful.