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Equity Actors Job For 2023-24 Season Shows

New York, NY, United States
ID: 230996Exp: 6/5/2023

Looking for Equity actors for roles in Theatre's 2023-24 Season. Please see the breakdown below. Rate: LOA $739 weekly minimum (Ref. LORT) (2022-23 rates). Additional info: Audition Lunch 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM. EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition. An Equity Monitor will be provided. Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. PREPARATION: - Please prepare two brief contrasting monologues. OR if you are singing, please prepare one monologue and musical theatre song appropriate for one or both of the musicals in the season. An accompanist will be provided. - Please bring a headshot and resume, stapled together. Theatre is seeing auditions for the following roles and for understudy and swing opportunities. For pre-cast roles, auditioning performers will be considered as possible (emergency) replacements, should any become necessary. "BEGUILED AGAIN" 1st reh: 08/29/23. Runs: 09/19/23 – 10/29/23. Possible Extension: 11/19/23. In the ArtStage Studio Theatre. Note: Seeking a diverse group of personalities who are strong actors and solid singers with a great ear for harmonies, and who are comfortable with movement. "THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE" 1st reh: 10/03/23. Runs: 10/24/23 – 11/12/23. In Florida Rep’s Historic Arcade Theatre. "A SHERLOCK CAROL" 1st Reh: 11/07/23. Runs: 11/28/23 – 12/17/23. Possible extension: 12/22/23 In Florida Rep’s Historic Arcade Theatre. NOTE: This is a mash-up of Dickens and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s characters. Seeking a diverse company of versatile actor/comedian/dialecticians to portray multiple characters in Victorian London. Multiple British dialects will be used. "THE MOUNTAINTOP" 1st Reh: 11/21/23. Runs:12/12/23 – 1/14/24. Possible Extension: 1/21/23 In Florida Rep’s ArtStage Studio Theatre. "BEEHIVE: THE 60'S MUSICAL" 1st Reh: 12/19/23. Runs: 1/09/24 – 1/28/24. Possible Extension: 1/31/24 In Florida Rep’s Historic Arcade Theatre. NOTE: Seeking a diverse and versatile company of 20s-30s singer/dancers to pay tribute to the strong, female voices of the 1960s. "THE GIN GAME" 1st Reh: 1/9/24. Runs: 1/30/23 – 3/03/24. Possible Extension: 3/17/24 In the ArtStage Studio Theatre. Ken Ludwig’s "A COMEDY OF TENORS" 1st Reh: 1/23/24. Runs: 2/13/24 – 3/03/24 In Florida Rep’s Historic Arcade Theatre. HANK WILLIAMS: "LOST HIGHWAY" 1st Reh: 02/26/24. Runs: 3/19/24 – 4/14/24. Possible Extension: 4/28/24 In Florida Rep’s Historic Arcade Theatre. Please Note: Seeking versatile actor/musicians for most roles. "OLEANNA" 1st Reh: 3/26/24. Runs: 4/16/24 – 05/19/24. Possible Extension: 5/26/24 In Florida Rep’s ArtStage Studio Theatre.

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46 roles

Possible Replacement For WOMAN 1Female40-56 y.o.All ethnicities

40+ Classic leading lady. Soprano/mix. "BEGUILED AGAIN"

WOMAN 2Female18-56 y.o.All ethnicities

Everyone’s best friend. Alto/mix. "BEGUILED AGAIN"

WOMAN 3Female18-56 y.o.All ethnicities

A big belter. A character with comic chops. "BEGUILED AGAIN"

MAN 1Male18-56 y.o.All ethnicities

A classic leading man. Bari-tenor. "BEGUILED AGAIN"

MAN 2Male18-56 y.o.All ethnicities

A handsome character. Bari-tenor. "BEGUILED AGAIN"

MAN 3Male18-56 y.o.All ethnicities

A strong comic and character. Resembles a young Lorenz Hart. "BEGUILED AGAIN"

CaseyMale20-29 y.o.White / Caucasian

An Elvis impersonator struggling to support his wife and new baby. Starts a secret career as a drag performer, Georgia McBride, after losing his job at a local Panama City, Florida dive bar. A performer who moves well and has strong comic skills. "THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE"

JoFemale20-29 y.o.African-American

Casey’s wife – newly pregnant and worried about finances as the young couple starts their life together. "THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE"

Possible Replacement For Miss Tracy MillsMale40-59 y.o.All ethnicities

An elegant drag queen. "THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE"

Rexy/JasonMale20-39 y.o.All ethnicities

Rexy: A drag queen in Tracy’s act – not as elegant as Tracy. Jason: A friend of Jo and Casey’s. "THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE"

Possible Replacement For EddieMale50-69 y.o.All ethnicities

Proprietor of Cleo’s on Panama City Beach, a dive bar. "THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE"

Sherlock HolmesMale40-59 y.o.All ethnicities

The World's Foremost Consulting Detective, in decline. "A SHERLOCK CAROL"

Possible Replacement For Ebenezer ScroogeMale60-79 y.o.All ethnicities

Formerly a miser, one Christmas, Scrooge transformed into as good a man as the good old city ever knew. "A SHERLOCK CAROL"

Player OneMale30-49 y.o.All ethnicities

Plays Dr. Timothy Cratchit: Tiny Tim, all grown up. Now, a doctor at St. Bernard's Hospital for Children. He speaks with a more refined accent than his sister. Mr. Topper: The manager of the Cosmopolitan Hotel. A bit older, a bit pompous. Easily irritated. Supposedly a friend of Fred, Scrooge's nephew. Ralph Fezziwig: A nervous, wiry young man. The black sheep of a proud family. Engaged to Fannie. Constable Bradstreet: A seemingly upstanding member of Scotland Yard. "A SHERLOCK CAROL"

Player TwoFemale20-39 y.o.All ethnicities

Plays Emma Wiggins: A good-spirited and brave 13-year-old, she is a former Baker Street Irregular. Fan Gardner: Scrooge's granddaughter. A refined young woman, she works backstage at the theatre in the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Engaged to Ralph Fezziwig. Inspector Lestrade: Blustery, easily confounded member of Scotland Yard. He has grudging respect for Holmes. Mrs. Windigate: A Scottish tavern keeper and member of the Goose Club. Giggly, a whirlwind. "A SHERLOCK CAROL"

Possible Replacement For Player ThreeMale40-59 y.o.All ethnicities

Plays Dr. Watson: Sherlock Holmes' best and most loyal friend. The Boswell to Holmes' Johnson. Mrs. Dilber: Mr. Scrooge's housekeeper of over 30 years. An emotional creature with a connection to the spiritual realm. Henry Burke: An Irish candle maker, an old friend of Mr. Scrooge. Old Joe Brackenridge: The owner of "Old Joe's" in Covent Garden. Gruff, a born salesman. "A SHERLOCK CAROL"

Player FourFemale40-59 y.o.All ethnicities

Plays Caroler: A cheerful person in the street. Woman in Restaurant: A London lady. The Countess of Morcar: American. An old love of Holmes' who also goes by another name, Irene Adler. Martha Cratchit: Tough and a bit lower class than her brother. She is as smart and observant as any detective she might happen to meet. Mary Morstan: Watson's elegant and brave wife. Abigail Fezziwig: Runs a business fattening geese for market. She is no nonsense and direct. "A SHERLOCK CAROL"

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Male30-49 y.o.African-American

39. A preacher and famed civil rights leader. In this play, we meet King on the night before an important speech – on the eve of the assassination that took his life. "THE MOUNTAINTOP"

CamaeFemale20-39 y.o.African-American

A pretty, young maid. Her first day on the job at the Lorraine Motel. "THE MOUNTAINTOP"

WandaFemale20-39 y.o.African-American

Serves as the strong-voice narrator of the story that weaves through the tumultuous decade. Strong, warm, engaging. Sings “The Name Game,” “Sweet Talkin’ Guy,” Then He Kissed Me,” and others. "BEEHIVE: THE 60'S MUSICAL"

JasmineFemale20-39 y.o.African-American

This track sings hits from Diana Ross, Judy Craig (the Chiffons). She sings "One Fine Day," "Where Did Our Love Go?" "Come See About Me," and others. "BEEHIVE: THE 60'S MUSICAL"

LauraFemale20-39 y.o.All ethnicities

This track sings hits from Janis Joplin, Lulu, and others. Sings songs "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow," "To Sir with Love," "Piece of My Heart," "Try," "Me and Bobby McGee," and others. "BEEHIVE: THE 60'S MUSICAL"

AllisonFemale20-39 y.o.All ethnicities

She has a warm, lyrical voice. This track sings hits from Petula Clark and others. Sings "Downtown," "Where the Boys Are," "Society's Child," "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" and others. "BEEHIVE: THE 60'S MUSICAL"

PattieFemale20-39 y.o.All ethnicities

Sings "It's My Party," "You Don't Own Me," and others. "BEEHIVE: THE 60'S MUSICAL"

GinaFemale20-39 y.o.African-American

This track sings hits from Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin and the lead singer of the Starlets. Sings "I Sold My Heart to a Junkman," "A Fool in Love," "Proud Mary," "Respect" and others. "BEEHIVE: THE 60'S MUSICAL"

Possible Replacement For Fonsia DorseyFemale70-80 y.o.All ethnicities

70+. Resident of a rundown nursing home. Proud, prim, and self- righteous. "THE GIN GAME"

Possible Replacement For Weller MartinMale70-80 y.o.All ethnicities

70+. Lonely resident of a rundown nursing home. Frustrated at losing all the games of Gin. "THE GIN GAME"

Possible Replacement For SaundersMale50-59 y.o.All ethnicities

High-strung American opera producer. Always dealing with a crisis. "A COMEDY OF TENORS"

MaxMale30-39 y.o.All ethnicities

Rising American Opera singer and former assistant to Saunders. Smart, level- headed, good comic timing, sings well. Tenor. "A COMEDY OF TENORS"

Tito/BeppoMale50-59 y.o.All ethnicities

Larger-than-life, world-famous, Italian opera tenor. Passionate and loud. Doubles as Beppo, the gregarious Italian bellhop/former gondolier who looks just like Tito. A strong tenor. "A COMEDY OF TENORS"

Possible Replacement For MariaFemale50-59 y.o.All ethnicities

Stunning and hot-tempered Italian woman. Married to Tito. "A COMEDY OF TENORS"

MimiFemale20-29 y.o.All ethnicities

Italian-American daughter to Tito & Maria. Bright-eyed star, hoping to be discovered. She was raised in America and speaks without an Italian accent. "A COMEDY OF TENORS"

CarloMale20-29 y.o.All ethnicities

Dashing, young opera impresario. Romantically involved with Mimi. Italian, but does not speak with an Italian accent. "A COMEDY OF TENORS"

RacónFemale40-59 y.o.All ethnicities

A glamorous Russian opera star. Having an affair with Tito. "A COMEDY OF TENORS"

Hank WilliamsMale20-39 y.o.All ethnicities

A south Alabama hillbilly singer, thin and black-eyed. He dresses in high-priced western suits and always wears a Stetson. A proficient guitar player. "LOST HIGHWAY"

Tee-TotMale20-59 y.o.African-American

A south Alabama street singer. Guitar player. "LOST HIGHWAY"

The WaitressFemale20-39 y.o.All ethnicities

The keeper of an all-night diner somewhere in the south. A cheerful lonely person. Instrumentalist a plus. "LOST HIGHWAY"

Mama LillyFemale40-69 y.o.All ethnicities

Hank’s mother. A “Marjorie Main” – strong and somewhat overbearing. "LOST HIGHWAY"

Possible Replacement For HossMale30-39 y.o.All ethnicities

A member of Hank’s band, a big, boyish man. Plays upright (doghouse) bass. "LOST HIGHWAY"

JimmyMale20-49 y.o.All ethnicities

A member of Hank’s band. Plays lead electric guitar. From Oklahoma, and his dialect gives him away. "LOST HIGHWAY"

LeonMale20-49 y.o.All ethnicities

A member of the band and a skilled multi-instrumentalist. Featured on the fiddle. Pleasant and taciturn. "LOST HIGHWAY"

Fred Rose (Pap)Male40-69 y.o.All ethnicities

A founder and Nashville publishing executive. A Midwesterner from Chicago. "LOST HIGHWAY"

Audrey WilliamsFemale20-39 y.o.All ethnicities

Hank’s first wife, later his professional widow. A blond Alabama beauty, sweet and exuberant. "LOST HIGHWAY"

ShagMale18-56 y.o.All ethnicities

The pedal steel guitar player. "LOST HIGHWAY"

CarolFemale18-22 y.o.All ethnicities

A woman of twenty. "OLEANNA"

JohnMale40-49 y.o.All ethnicities