Wednesday, February 1, 2012
The Grove Theatre is holding auditions for Meredith Wilson's The Unsinkable Molly Brown on February 13 from 7:00 – 9:30 pm at the Grove Theatre, 276 E. Ninth Street, Upland, CA. Please prepare one song from a classic Broadway musical and bring a current photo and resume. The following roles will be cast that evening:
Patrick Tobin: Molly's brother, 20 – 30's, sings and dances
Michael Tobin: Molly's brother, 20 – 30's, sings and dances
Shamus Tobin: Molly's father, 50 – 70, Irish, loving, firm
Christmas Morgan: Owner of Saddle Rock Saloon, 30 – 50, sings and dances
Three Dance Hall Women: 20 – 50, bawdy, raucous, loud, sings and dances
Mrs. McGlone: Denver society matron, 50 – 60, wealthy, significant acting role
Monsignor Ryan: Jovial, Irish priest, 40 – 60, sings
Malcom Broderick: 20 – 40, newspaper editor in Denver, sings/dances
Roberts: 20 – 50, Mrs. McGlone's witty/acerbic butler, sings and dances
Princess De Long: 20 – 35, glamorous, kind European royalty, must sing solo
Duchess: 30 – 60, elegant, refined European royalty, sings/dances
Miners, Guests, Patrons, Maids: All ages open. Must sing and move reasonably well
(The role of Molly Brown has been cast)
The Unsinkable Molly Brown runs March 16 – April 1 and is directed by Dean Scott Schulman, with choreography by Kim Hale and musical direction by Elizabeth Thomas. Please call the theatre at 909-920-4343, or leave a message for the director at 323-653-3498 if you have further questions.
Performance Riverside is having open call auditions for professional non-union performers for ANNIE at Landis Performing Arts Center on the Riverside City College campus, 4800 Magnolia Avenue, Riverside. Auditions for little girls are Saturday February 11 at 7:00 pm, adult performers are called Sunday February 12 at 3:00 pm, and callbacks are February 12 at 7:00 pm. The production is directed by Roger Castellano and choreographed by Rhett Guter, with musical direction by David Lamoureux. Performance pay is available.
Everyone who auditions must bring a resume/headshot. Please prepare 16 bars of a song to perform with our accompanist. Wear attire/footwear suitable for dance and movement. Come prepared to list any conflicts you have with the rehearsal schedule. All roles are open. Currently casting for:
Annie (Child, Legit Mezzo, 10, redhead, A to high F) Big voiced, energetic, street-wise yet warm orphan. Optimistic and lively.
Miss Hannigan (Character, Mezzo, A to Ab) Pessimistic, unhappy orphanage matron. Excellent comedic timing and acrid delivery.
Oliver Warbucks (Baritone, 40-65, C to high F) Warm-hearted, sincere, but business minded, lonely.
Grace Ferrell (Soprano, A to high G) Oliver's faithful private secretary. Beautiful & loyal. Strong dance role.
Rooster (Tenor/Baritone, 30-50, B to high G) Miss Hannigan's criminal brother. Sly and quick to turn a phrase.
Lily (Squeaky Soprano, 30-45, D to high G) Rooster's floozy girlfriend. Not the sharpest tool in the shed.
Roosevelt (Baritone, 40-65, Cb to E#) The thirty-second President of the United States
Cecille, Annette (Mezzo, 21-55, the maids)
Orphans: (all must sing & dance well) Molly (6) Pepper (12) Kate (7) Duffy (13) Tessie (10) July (13)
Supporting/Featured/Ensemble Performers - a variety of singers/dancers of all ages and types will be needed.
Performances are April 13 - 22, 2012. Performance Riverside encourages individuals of any age, race, color, national origin, religion, disability or sexual orientation at all of its auditions. For more information call our audition hotline at 951-222-8485 or visit http://www.performanceriverside.org/
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