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Announces auditions for
Performances dates are April 26 – May 18
Rehearsals to be held weekday evenings and weekend days
Auditions will be held at The Gallery Players, 199 14th Street, Brooklyn, NY as follows:
March 6 – 7:30 – 10:00pm Open call
March 7 – 7:30 – 10:00pm By Appointment
March 8 – 12:00 – 4:00pm Open call
5:00 – 8:00pm By Appointment
March 9 – 12:00 – 4:00pm Invited Dance call
5:00 – 9:00pm Callbacks
For appointment consideration, email photo and resume to email@example.com. Everyone is welcome to the open calls.
Please prepare 16 bars of rock or pop uptempo or ballad. Accompanist will be provided. Seeking both Equity and Non-Equity performers of all ethnicities for the following roles:
10 ENSEMBLE SOLOISTS - late teens to sixties
All Vocal Ranges sought
Numerous opportunities for men and women of all types ages, shapes and sizes covering over 30 characters. Must be good singers and movers, and able to play multiple roles.
MARK COHEN – early to late twenties
Vocal Range: Tenor (C#3-G4)
An aspiring film-maker. Roger’s best friend and caregiver. Nerdy and quirky. Is more comfortable viewing the world through his lens than actively engaging in it. Must be strong singer and actor. Requires good movement skills.
ROGER DAVIS – mid twenties to early thirties
Vocal Range: Tenor (B2-A4)
A once successful, now struggling musician with HIV/AIDS who fears he has lost his creative energy. Often depressed and sullen, but can be expressive and passionate at times. Must be good actor with an excellent singing voice with a rock edge. Guitar skills desired, but not required.
MIMI MARQUEZ – late teens to early twenties
Vocal Range: Alto (F#3-E5)
Works in a strip club and struggles with heroin addiction, which has resulted in HIV/AIDS. Extremely sexy, optimistic and likeable. Must be a strong singer, dancer and exceptional actress.
BENNY COFFIN III – twenties to thirties
Vocal Range: Tenor (Eb3-F4)
Roger and Mark’s former roommate, now landlord. Considered a yuppie sell-out. Must be a good singer and actor.
MAUREEN JOHNSON – twenties to thirties
Vocal Range: Soprano Belt (C4-F5)
Bisexual performing artist. Sexy, flirtatious, sassy and funny. Bold and speaks her mind. Fights for what she believes in. Must be an excellent singer and actress. Must be comfortable with same sex physical intimacy.
JOANNE JEFFERSON – mid twenties to early thirties
Vocal Range: Soprano Belt (Bb3-E5)
Lesbian Ivy League educated lawyer and activist. Must be excellent singer and good actress. Must be comfortable with same sex physical intimacy. Good movement skills required.
TOM COLLINS – late twenties to late thirties
Vocal Range: Baritone/Tenor (F#2-A4) one A4 for a short duration
Gay computer genius, teacher and anarchist recently expelled from MIT. Must be an excellent singer and actor. Must be comfortable with same sex physical intimacy.
ANGEL SCHUNARD – early to late twenties
Vocal Range: Tenor with Falsetto (C3-A4)
Drag Queen and street percussionist. Generous and selfless. Embraces life and lives it to its fullest. Must be an excellent actor, singer and mover. Must be comfortable with same sex physical intimacy and a drag queen persona, including dancing in heels. Percussionist skills desired but not required.
Producers: Frankie Dailey, Justine McLaughlin
Director: Mark Harborth
Choreographer: Elyse Daye Hart
Music Director: Michael Hopewell
Lighting Designer: Scott A. Cally
Costume Designer: Joey Haws
Properties Designer: Sara Slagle
Sound Designer: Jacob Subotnick
Publicist & Marketing Manager: Frankie Dailey
Show art: Chris Kind
Photos by: Bella Muccari