Riverside Theatre 2012-13 Season – Equity Principal Auditions
(Vero Beach, FL) LORT C; $710/week minimum
Artistic Director: Allen D. Cornell
Casting: Wojcik | Seay Casting
Equity Principal Auditions:
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 at the Actors' Equity Audition Center
9:30 AM — 5:30 PM 165 West 46th Street, 2nd Floor
Lunch from 1 - 2. New York, NY (studio C)
Prepare a brief song appropriate to the style of the shows. Bring sheet music in correct key; accompanist provided but may not transpose.
Bring picture and resume, stapled together.
2012-13 Season Includes:
1st Reh: 10/11/12. Runs: 10/25/12 - 11/11/12
Director/ Choreographer: DJ Salisbury
Musical Director: Billy McDaniel
Charming, witty, gregarious African-American performer who sings and moves well. Mid 30s to 45. preferably tall, with a wicked sense of humor. Must be adept in 1920’s-30’s period vocal stylings. Broad range Bari-Tenor.
Sleek, slick, sexy, African-American performer with an appealing, mysterious edge who sings and has a strong dance background in period styles. Late 20s-late 30s. Broad range Bari-tenor.
Flirtatious African-American performer who sings and moves very well, basic tap. Mid 30’s. Witty, with a ribald sense of humor and winking charm. Must be adept in 1920’s-30’s period vocal stylings. Soprano and low, bluesy belt.
Saucy, raucous African-American performer who sings and moves very well, basic tap. Mid 30s. Sexy and confident-- a real firecracker. Must be adept in 1920’s-30’s period vocal stylings. Mezzo Soprano and high belt.
Girlish, energetic African-American performer who sings and has a strong dance background in period styles, and intermediate or better tap. Late 20s- mid 30s. The charming, playful, girl-next-door. Must be adept in 1920’s-30’s period vocal stylings. Mezzo Soprano and belt/mix.
1st Reh: 12/27/12. Runs: 1/10/13 - 1/27/13 (Possible extension till 2/3/13)
Director/ Choreographer: James Brennan
Musical Director: Ken Clifton
Late 20s / early 30s. Entertainer from New York’s lower east side. Quirky. Fearless. Comedic Finesse. Acting range from impassioned teen to major star.
30ish. Baritone. Smooth sheister/handsome leading man.
Tough Brooklyn/Jewish mother. Dry funny. 50ish. Must sing.
Also 50ish. Also Brooklyn. Shrill. Yet funny.
30ish. Song & dance man (with tap) . Bright. Energetic. Sincere.
Imposing. Resonant. In his 60s. Distinguished.
1st Reh in NYC: 1/31/13. 1st Reh in Vero Beach: 1/5/13. Runs: 2/21/13 - 3/10/13
(Possible Extension to 3/24/13)
Director: Allen D Cornell
Musical Staging: DJ Salisbury
Musical Director: Ken Clifton
35 to 45, Tenor, low A to high B. Ages from mid-thirties to early fifties over the course of the play. Intelligent, with strong physical strength and moral strength. Mature and Compassionate.
35 to 50s, Baritone A, low F to F sharp Also ages 17 years from mid-thirties to late forties, early fifties. Rigid and stern character with an ominous presence.
18 to 25, Soprano, B flat (below Middle C) to High C with belt, must be able to float a b flat, but not operatic-sounding. Beautiful and innocent with purity in her life.
Mezzo-Soprano. 25 - 35, low G flat to E flat. Beautiful woman with an angelic demeanor
Lyric 25 -30s, Tenor or High Lyric Baritone low A to high A flat 20s. Romantic hero. Good looking, young leading man.
20s, Mezzo Belt (low F sharp to E) Child of the streets with a yearning heart.
30s-40s, Baritone (C to high G flat). Strong character with comedic ability that can transform to a hidden darker side
30s -40s, Alto / Mezzo Belt (low G sharp to D). Strong character similar to Thenardier. Unethical but a survivor
20s -30s, Baritone / tenor (low A to high G). Charismatic with fierce dedication. Intellectually and physically a leader.
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