OPEN Auditions for Dancers who sing (Equity/Non-Equity):Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at Ripley Grier Studios, 520 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY. 10 AM – 1 PM – Equity/Non-Equity men 2 PM – 6 PM – Equity/Non-Equity women.
Tuacahn Center for the Arts (Ivins, UT) is holding auditions for The Little Mermaid and Grease. LOA; $640/week. Artistic Director: Scott S. Anderson. Managing Director: Kevin Warnick. Wear comfortable character/dance shoes and clothing. Be ready to learn dance/movement combination(s). Prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre song in the style of the show(s) in case asked to stay and sing. Have a contrasting selection prepared in case requested. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. Bring picture and resume, stapled together. The Little Mermaid and Grease play in repertory June through October 2011. Seeking strong, experienced musical theatre actor-singers for all roles. Also seeking understudies for all roles. Ethnic performers strongly encouraged to attend. Actors may be cast in both productions. Some shorter contracts may be available. Tuacahn is an outdoor amphitheatre located in southwestern Utah (110 miles from Las Vegas). GREASE. Director: Tim Threlfall. Choreographer: Derryl Yeager. Asst. Choreographer: Veronica Yeager. 1st rehearsal: 4/25/11. Previews: 6/9. Opens: 6/11. Closes: 10/20/11. THE LITTLE MERMAID. Director: Scott S. Anderson. Choreographer: Derryl Yeager. Asst. Choreographer: Veronica Yeager. 1st rehearsal: 4/25/11. Previews: 6/2-6/3. Opens: 6/4. Closes: 10/21/11.
Ensemble Dancers who sing: Dancers with strong ballet, jazz, tap, and contemporary technique. Chorus singers must be able to sing harmonies. Seeking strong, experienced musical theatre actor/singer/dancers. Also seeking understudies for principal roles. Ethnic performers strongly encouraged to attend. Also seeking for GREASE:
Pink Ladies: Females, 16 – 25, chorus, the club-jacketed, gum-chewing, hip-swinging girls’ gang that hangs around with the Burger Place Boys.
Burger Palace Boys: males, 16 – 25, chorus, a super cool, D.A.-haired, hard-looking group of high school wheeler-dealers…or so they think.
(NEW) South Pacific, CT
Auditions will be January 23 and 24. Auditions and performances will take place at Mapleton Hall, 1305 Mapleton Avenue, Suffield, CT. For more information about South Pacific auditions and performances, visit www.suffieldplayers.org. Auditionees should prepare a song (and provide sheet music, and/or a CD) and be ready to read from the script.
The Suffield Players, Suffield, CT, will present the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical South Pacific in May 2011. The theater group announced their selection on December 12, 2010, upon being released from a contractual obligation that prevented them from revealing the musical’s title. The story focuses on Ensign Nellie Forbush, a U.S. Navy nurse who falls in love with Emile Debecque, a plantation owner many years her senior. Amid the highs and lows of this May-December romance, the play also touches upon the issues of racism and warfare. Frank Borrelli will direct the show, which will be performed May 5, 6, 7, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, and 22. Auditions will be January 23 and 24. Auditionees should prepare a song (and provide sheet music, and/or a CD) and be ready to read from the script. Auditions and performances will take place at Mapleton Hall, 1305 Mapleton Avenue, Suffield, CT. For more information about South Pacific auditions and performances, visit www.suffieldplayers.org.
Seeking: South Pacific requires women and men in their 20s-50s, two children (approximately age 10), and several men and women of color.