April 30 & May 1 - Disaster! The Musical - Open Auditions at ETC
Level : 9; EXP : 70
HP : 0 / 217
MP : 38 / 9377
COME BOOGIE AT ISLAND ETC OPEN AUDITIONS
Island ETC (East-End Theatre Company) is pleased to announce open auditions for all roles in their ‘blast from the past’ summer musical – DISASTER! The Musical. Auditions will be held on Sunday and Monday, April 30th and May 1st at 7:00pm both evenings. Auditions will be held at ETC, 2317 Mechanic, Galveston.
DISASTER! The Musical pays homage to and spoofs all the classic disaster films of the seventies. Earthquakes, tidal waves, infernos and the unforgettable songs of the 1970’s take center stage in this hilarious send-up which features music by Stevie Wonder, Carly Simon, Queen, Gloria Gaynor, Chicago and many, many more!
All those auditioning are asked to come with a prepared up-tempo song (not from this show, please) to sing with accompaniment. Sheet music is required for the accompanist. Bring comfortable clothing and shoes for the dance portion of the audition. Also bring a current resume and headshot.
Rehearsals for DISASTER! The Musical will be held Sunday through Thursday evenings from 7:00pm to 10:00pm beginning June 4th. Performances are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at 8:00pm beginning July 21st and continuing through August 19th. There will be two Sunday matinees July 30th and August 6th at 2:30pm. All actors cast in DISASTER! The Musical will receive a production stipend at the end of the run.
ROLES: All roles are available. Casting up to 10 men and 10 women. All parts require strong singing and comedic abilities. All parts require dance ability/willingness to learn.
TED SCHEIDER – Male, 30-50, Baritone (up to G4) – A professor and ‘disaster expert’ who works to warn others of impending doom.
CHAD RUBIN – Male, 20-30, Tenor (up to B4) – A flirtatious caterer at the casino, attempting to be a ‘player’ while still mourning his broken engagement. Rock/pop belt required.
SCOTT – Male, 20-30, Tenor (up to B4) – A less flirtatious caterer at the casino and Chad’s slightly geeky best friend.
TONY DELVECCHIO – Male, 30-60, Baritone (up to Ab4) – The deceitful owner of the casino and almost-charming scumbag.
MARIANNE WILSON – Female, 20-30, Soprano (up to F#5) – An investigative journalist with career goals that conflict with her love life. High pop belt required.
SISTER MARY DOWNY – Female, 20-60, Mezzo-Soprano (up to B5) – An awkward, judgmental nun with a gambling addiction. Pop/rock belt preferred.
LEVORA VERONA – Female, 25-50, Mezzo-Soprano (up to E5) – A flamboyant but faded disco diva who is bold, brazen, and in love with her pet dog. Pop/soul belt required.
JACKIE NOELLE – Female, 25-50, Mezzo-Soprano (up to D5) – A ditzy but honest showgirl turned lounge singer. Mother of Ben and Lisa, she is on a quest to find them a new, better father.
BEN/LISA NOELLE – Male or Female, look 12 or younger, Tenor/Mezzo (up to D5) – Smart and snarky, Jackie’s twin son and daughter are both played by the same actor. Pop belt preferred.
SHIRLEY WINTERS – Female, 40-70, Alto/Mezzo (up to B4) – Maury’s jolly and dedicated wife, who suffers from a terminal illness. Tap dance experience a plus.
MAURY WINTERS – Male, 40-70, Baritone (up to G4) – Shirley’s jolly and dedicated husband.
ENSEMBLE – Male and Female, 20-60, all vocal ranges, 6-10 glamorous party guests/character roles. Strong dance ability preferred.
These auditions are going to be fun and very relaxed. Come on out and join us for this!
For questions or more information, please email the director Kim Mytelka at email@example.com. Please put auditions in the subject line. Or call the theatre at 409-762-3556.
For more information on Island ETC, please visit our website at www.islandetc.org.
Posted on: 2017/4/21 12:12
TUTUS outdoor: upcoming production of PIPPIN 5/6, 5/7
Level : 29; EXP : 87
HP : 0 / 721
MP : 389 / 32175
"Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS) will hold auditions in Houston on May 6th and 7th for the upcoming production of PIPPIN, slated to run at the Miller Outdoor Theatre this summer.
PIPPIN will be directed and choreographed by Michelle Gaudette who directed MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET for TUTS last summer at Miller Outdoor Theatre.
“We are so looking forward to our annual summer shows at Miller Outdoor Theatre. Our relationship with our friends and colleagues at Miller Outdoor Theatre provides us with the opportunity to remember our beginnings there nearly 50 years ago. Our lineup for this summer, which includes PIPPIN, will build upon our tradition of providing access to some of Houston’s best musical theatre. We are delighted to be working with our long-time collaborator Michelle Gaudette and our immensely talented local actors to create a summer line-up that inspires, entertains, and celebrates all that is great about Houston and the Houston arts scene,” said Hillary Hart, Executive Director of Theatre Under The Stars.
PIPPIN, a circus inspired production, features a troupe of acrobatic performers led by a very charismatic Leading Player. The performers’ main purpose is to tell the story of Pippin, a young prince who is longing to find adventure and passion in all areas of his life.
PIPPIN, with book by Roger O. Hirson and music & lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, will play at Miller Outdoor Theatre July 11-16, 2017.
The Houston auditions will take place at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts in the Administration Building, located at 800 Bagby St.,
Houston, Texas 77002, and the schedule for the days will be as follows:
Saturday, May 6th
Combined EPA / ECC
Combined Male / Female Dance Call
Sunday, May 7th
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
By Appointment ONLY
Anyone interested in this audition should come fully prepared. Auditioners should be aware that TUTS complies with all Actor’s Equity Association guidelines, and that all rehearsals for the production are held in the daytime during normal business hours.
To schedule an appointment or for any questions about the auditions, please email
Rehearsals for PIPPIN will begin on June 23rd. For more information, visit www.TUTS.com/auditions.
Male/Female, Any ethnicity. The ultimate ‘ring leader.’ Masterfully charming and manipulative, the Leading Player is a chameleon of sorts. Guides Pippin through his own story and tries to intervene at the end. Excellent dancer. Obsessed with putting on a great show for the audience. Ab4 – Db3
Male, Any ethnicity, 16 – 25, our story’s young and confused protagonist. He is longing to find his purpose in life. Naive, innocent, and discontent. Eventually finds love, and meaning in life, with Catherine and Theo. Ab4 – G2
Male, Any ethnicity, 55 – 70, Pippin’s demanding father. As the King of the Holy Roman Empire, Charlemagne is more comfortable wielding a sword than breaking bread. He wears his years with great pride. E4 – G2
Male, Any ethnicity, 25 -35, the son of Charles and Fastrada. More brawn than brains. The perfect soldier, who loves Lewis above all else. Baritone.
Female, Any ethnicity, 35 – 55, Pippin’s conniving stepmother. A seductress, who is no stranger to deceit and betrayal, she is both sexy and smart. Skilled at using her sexual appeal to benefit her and her son. F5 – A3
Female, Any Ethnicity, 60 – 80, Pippin’s saucy grandmother. A brassy broad full of wisdom, grace, and sass. She tries to help Pippin and encourages him to live his life to the fullest. C5 – E3
Female, Any Ethnicity, 25 – 40, a widow and mother. She is a beautiful and a hopeless romantic, who possesses graceful elegance. Encounters Pippin at his lowest point and eventually falls in love with him. Db5 – F#3
Male/Female. Any ethnicity. Strong Dancers. Charlemagne’s Army, Monks, Nobility, Peasants, The Players.
The Theatre Under The Stars production of PIPPIN is sponsored in part by Wells Fargo, The Brown Foundation, Inc., The Wortham Foundation, Inc., the Miller Theatre Advisory Board, Inc., the George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation and the Texas Commission on the Arts.
Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital is the official healthcare partner of Theatre Under The Stars and the official sponsor of the 2016/17 Season. United Airlines is the official airline partner of Theatre Under The Stars. KTRK ABC13 is the official media partner of Theatre Under The Stars.
*Theatre Under The Stars is committed to diversity in casting, and will not discriminate against any Actor or applicant for a part in a cast by reason of race, color, creed, sex, national origin, sexual or affectional preference, age, handicap, political persuasion, or belief.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.tuts.com. Theatre Under The Stars is Houston’s leading Musical Theatre Company since 1968, with a focus on education and community engagement. TUTS is a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization that relies on the generous support of our donors to deliver first-rate theatre experiences.
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Theatre Under The Stars
800 Bagby St., Suite 200
Houston, TX, 77002
The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts"
Posted on: 2017/4/17 11:29
Into The Woods Musical Performance From ImagineNation Theatre
Level : 1; EXP : 10
HP : 0 / 2
MP : 1 / 18
Join us for our feature musical production of Into the Woods from ImagineNation Theatre. We have one weekend only with 5 shows. Show dates are June 23, 24 and 25th
Buy your tickets online at www.imaginenationtheatre.com
Posted on: 2017/4/11 7:51
Auditions (When we Were Young & Unafraid) 4/9 & 4/10 at TSW
Level : 3; EXP : 20
HP : 0 / 55
MP : 6 / 1659
Theatre Southwest will hold auditions April 9th & 10th at 7 pm for 'When we Were Young & Unafraid' by Sarah Treem. Directed by Bob Maddox.
Auditions will be cold readings from the script. Please bring a resume & headshot.
Performances are Fridays & Saturdays at 8 pm, May 26 - June 17, with 1 Sunday matinee.
4 women (ages 20s-50s)
1 man (age mid-30's) A plus if the actor can play guitar!
See our website for more info. and location: www.theatresouthwest.org
Posted on: 2017/3/30 11:22
Auditions - Becky's New Car TSW - seeking actress till cast
Level : 29; EXP : 87
HP : 0 / 721
MP : 389 / 32175
From our Friends at TSW -
"Seeking 20 something Actress"
Want to be a part of the fabulous cast for the hilarious comedy, Becky's New Car? Theatre Southwest is looking for a 20-25F to fill the role of Kenni, whom director Mimi Holloway describes as "at home at a gold-plated dinner or a burger joint."
The show runs April 7-29. Contact TSW if you or someone you know is interested! More information is available on website
Posted on: 2017/2/27 6:09
AUDITIONS for Das Barbecü at HGOco
Book & Lyrics by Jim Luigs
Music by Scott Warrender
Director: Mitchell Greco
Music Director: Patrick Harvey
HGOco, the community and education programs arm of Houston Grand Opera, presents Das Barbecü, a light-hearted re-telling of Wagner’s Ring Cycle. Seeking versatile actor-singers who move well. Auditions are by appointment only. Please submit your headshot and resume here: https://form.jotform.com/63556933166161 . You will be contacted to schedule your timeslot by February 8th, 2017. Open to Union/Non-Union performers. Rehearsals will be in the evenings and on weekends.Paid. No housing available.
April 3, 2017 – First Rehearsal
April 23 & 30, 2017 – Performances
Please prepare two 32-bar selections: 1 up-tempo and 1 ballad, one of which should be in the country/western genre. An accompanist will be provided. Sides will be provided, and a dance call will follow each session.
Saturday, February 11, 2017
Auditions by appointment at:
Houston Grand Opera
510 Preston St.
11a – 1p Session #1 Appointments
1p- 1:30p Session #1 Dance Call
3p – 5p Session #2 Appointments
5p – 5:30p Session #2 Dance Call
ACTOR 1: Female; Soprano, Ingénue; Plays GUTRUNE, NORN, TEXAS RANGER, FREIA, Y-VONNE DUVALL, RIVERMAIDEN, VALKYRIE, TAMBOURINE GIRL
ACTOR 2: Female; Mezzo; Plays NARRATOR, FRICKA, ERDA, NEEDA TROUTT, BACK UP SINGER, KATSY SNAPP, RIVERMAIDEN, VALKYRIE
ACTOR 3: Female; Soprano with a Belt, Ingénue; Plays BRUNNHILDE, NORN, TEXAS RANGER, RIVERMAIDEN
ACTOR 4: Male; Baritone; Plays WOTAN, GUNTHER, HAGEN, TEXAS RANGER, GIANT. This role is pre-cast.
ACTOR 5: Male; Tenor with a cowboy twang, some guitar skill preferred; Plays SIEGFRIED, NORN, MILAM LAMAR, ALBERICH, GIANT
Posted on: 2017/1/19 10:43