ROCK OF AGES
– Equity Chorus Call Dancers
Broadway / Production Contract $1,754/week minimum.
Exec Producers: Scott Prisand, Janet Billig Rich, and Hillary Weaver
Producers: Matthew Weaver, Carl Levin, & Corner Store Entertainment
Featuring music by Journey, Bon Jovi, Styx, Etc.
Book: Chris D’Arienzo
Dir: Kristin Hanggi
Choreo: Kelly Devine
Mus Sprvsr: Ethan Popp
GM: Roy Gabay Theatrical Production and Management
Casting: Telsey + Company, Tiffany Little Canfield, Rachel Hoffman, Justin Huff
Currently running on Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre
Equity Chorus Call / Dancers:
Friday, September 7, 2012 Ripley-Grier Studios
10 AM – Equity male dancers who sing. 520 Eighth Avenue, 16th Floor
2 PM – Equity female dancers who sing. New York City
Please be warmed up and ready to dance when the call begins. Jazz shoes or sneakers. Bring kneepads. Some may be asked to stay and sing after all have danced. Prepare 16 bars of an 80s rock ballad. Bring sheet music in the correct key; an accompanist will be provided, but may not transpose. Please bring a photo and resume, stapled back-to-back.
Seeking, for possible future replacements in the Broadway company’s Ensemble:
Singers Who Move (M/F):
Characters are 18 – 40s. Seeking fantastic singers with strong rock vocals. Should be strong movers/dancers. Singers play various characters in the ensemble and possibly understudy principals (see below). Seeking an ethnically diverse ensemble. All are encouraged to attend.
Dancers Who Sing (M/F):
Characters are 18 – early 40s. Seeking unique and fit dancers with strong modern/jazz technique. Dancers play various characters in the ensemble and possibly understudy principals (see below). Seeking an ethnically diverse ensemble. All are encouraged to attend.
Ensemble may cover the following principals:
20s, any ethnicity. Young, handsome rocker. Desperately wants to be a rocker, but works as a bar-back at the famous “Rock of Ages” club on the Sunset Strip until his dreams, however unrealistic, come true. Great comedic timing needed. Strong rock tenor.
Caucasian woman, 20s. Young, pretty girl who has left her Midwestern family to pursue stardom in Los Angeles. Innocent and naïve. Great comedic timing, strong rock vocals and terrific movement needed.
Middle-aged man, any ethnicity. Our narrator. Has a slightly unflattering appearance but doesn’t see it. Seeking a guy with very strong comedic timing and commanding but comically strong rock vocals.
40s, any ethnicity. Older, possibly heavyset guy who runs the famous “Rock of Ages” club on the Sunset Strip. Caught between a rock and a hard place when German businessmen pressure him to sell his club. Very strong comedic timing.
Stacee Jaxx / Father:
Middle-aged Caucasian man. Rock Star. Very sexy. At the top of his game; has just left his very successful metal-rock band to venture out on his own. Arrogant and charming; his life is a merry-go-round of good old sex, drugs and rock-n-roll. Very strong comedic timing and strong rock voice needed. Actor also plays Sherrie’s Father.
Justice Charlier / Mother:
Justice: African American woman, 40–50. Commanding. Runs the strip club where Sherrie ends up when the going gets rough. Sultry, maternal, sexy madam. Strong vocals and belt needed. Actress also plays Sherrie’s Mother.
Caucasian German man, 40–60. Uptight, older businessman who is looking to take over the Sunset Strip. He is our villain, and needs to have a commanding presence. Strong comedic timing and vocals needed. Must have a good German accent.
German, 20s–30s. Young, foppish. Pressured by his father to work for his business. Small, shy. Good vocals and strong comedic timing needed.
20–40s, any ethnicity. Granola girl. Hilarious, tree-hugging fighter who will stop at nothing to protect the Sunset Strip. Strong comedic timing.
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