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Posted: Sunday, March 18, 2018 12:04 AM



Auditions are Saturday March 24th and Sunday March 25th Audition Details at our website

Character Breakdown

Character Breakdown

Julian Marsh – (Guest Star – Charles Shaughnessy)

Dorothy Brock – (Guest Star – Debby Boone)

Anytime Annie – (Guest Star – Eloise Kropp)

Peggy Sawyer – (Cast – Karylin Veres)

Bert Barry – (Cast – Hector Coris)

Maggie Jones – (Cast – Liora Danine)

Billy Lawlor – Supporting role, strong acting and singing skills required. Must have a charming and youthful appearance with strong stage presence. Billy is the juvenile lead of the show. Becomes enamored with Peggy. (Age Range: Early to Mid 20s; Vocal Range: Tenor)

Andy Lee – Supporting role, superb tap and jazz dance skills and solid singing skills required. Andy is the Dance Director of the show. He’s featured in a number of the dance production scenes. (Age Range: Early to Mid 30s; Vocal Range: Baritone/Tenor)

Pat Denning – Supporting role, strong acting and singing skills required. Pat is Dorothy’s long time romantic companion. (Age Range: 40s to 50s; Vocal Range: Baritone)

Abner Dillon – Supporting role, strong acting and singing skills required. Abner is a wealthy patron who is infatuated with Dorothy and finances the show. (Age Range: 40s to 50s; Vocal Range: Baritone/Tenor)

Mac – Supporting role, strong acting and singing skills required. Mac is the shows stage manager and Julian’s right hand man. (Age Range: 30s to 40s; Vocal Range: Baritone/Tenor)

Julian Marsh understudy – Will be the rehearsal Julian Marsh until Charles Shaughnessy comes for the last week of rehearsals. Will need to be a solid singer and actor. Will also help Charles with blocking notes and getting acclimated to when and where he needs to be for each scene. (Age Range: 40s to 50s; Vocal Range: Baritone/Tenor)

Ensemble – This is a dance/production number heavy show, so the ensemble is used a lot and needs to be very versatile. Singing skills and the ability to handle harmony is certainly required. All minor and small roles will be cast from the ensemble. There are both tap and non-tap dance requirements for this production. So for both men and women if you don’t tap, but are a strong jazz dancer there are still parts available. (Age Range: Late teens to early 30s; Vocal Range: all)

What To Prepare

Singing/Acting Call
Singing/acting auditions will be by appointment only. Please email or call (602) 909-4215 to schedule your audition time. Audition times will be assigned every 5 minutes. Please prepare 1 vocal selection of 32 bars or less.. You will need to have sheet music in the proper key; an accompanist will be provided. No cds or acapella singing will be allowed. Please do not sing anything from the show. Have your music either in a hole-punched binder or taped together. (please no loose pages) You may also be asked to do a second vocal selection of 16 bars or less and/or a monologue, not to exceed 1 minute, so please have both prepared just in case.

Dance Call
All performers auditioning need to attend the dance call. Once you have finished singing, please warm up and be ready to dance. Please wear dance appropriate clothes and shoes. There will be a tap routine taught and a jazz routine taught for the dance call. All females should wear character heels if possible. Wearing tap shoes will be required for the tap portion of the dance call.

The following roles do not need to attend the dance call: Billy Lawlor, Pat Denning, Mac, Abner Dillon

• Location: Phoenix, Scottsdale

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