FOOTLOOSE – Equity Principal Auditions
The Fireside Theatre Fort Atkinson, WI Fireside Dinner Theatre Agreement
Stage Adaptation by Dean Pitchford and Walter Bobbie
Music by Tom Snow
Lyrics by Dean Pitchford
Director: Ed Flesch
Musical Director: Mary Ehlinger
Choreographer: Kate Swan
1st rehearsal: February 11, 2013 in Wisconsin. Runs February 28, 2013 – April 14, 2013.
Equity Principal Auditions:
Monday, October 29, 2012 Nola Studios
10 AM – 5:30 PM 250 West 54th Street, 11th floor
Lunch break 1PM – 1:30PM. New York City
Note: Line up/enter through 250 West 54th St. ONLY. Not 244 W.54!
Please prepare a short song in the style of the show. Singing from the show is fine. Bring sheet music in correct key; accompanist provided but may not transpose.
Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together.
Excellent singer and dancer who can play high school age. Good-looking, smart, likable, charismatic, who has a cockiness which masks the hurt he feels from his father deserting him.
Excellent singer and dancer who can play high school age. Lovely, smart. She has a soft and sensitive side that is masked by her rebelliousness. Is drawn to Ren because she is dealing with her own sense of loss.
30s/40s. Good singer/actor. A good, decent, loving man who is in pain over the loss of his son and the estrangement of his daughter, Ariel. A serious man who feels the weight of responsibility for the moral life of his congregation
30s/40s. Good singer/actress. Warm, loving, devoted to her husband and daughter. Tends to be deferential toward her husband but can stand up to him when the situation calls for it.
Ren’s mother. 30s/40s. Good singer/actress. Obviously the source of Ren’s strength and determination. Fiercely supportive of her son.
Ariel’s best friend. Excellent singer/dancer with comic ability who can play high school age. Fun loving, adventurous, energetic.
Ren’s best friend. Good singer/dancer with comic ability who can play high school age. A loyal, small town guy who is a perfect foil for Ren
Lulu Warnicker; Wes Warnicker; Chuck Cranston
30s/40s. Good singer/actors. Townspeople who are good and decent at heart but are small-minded and provincial and afraid of change.
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