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Casting Call for Theater LaB Houston's World Premiere


In collaboration with UnCommonWill Collective
Partly underwritten by The Warhol Foundation’s Idea Fund

Winifred by Alva Hascall

We need one amazing actor, male or female, to fill out two-person cast (title role is already filled). Age 25-35-ish. Capable of breaking hearts and landing a devastating emotional punch. Androgyny required; we are truly open w/r/t gender. Versatility and emotional range are essential, will play multiple roles in a variety of styles, including short movement sequences. The text is fierce and complex, the director smart and collaborative, and the process will work you out. Rehearsals will entail deep-muscle acting work, physical work, and improvisation. Confidence, emotional strength, generosity of spirit, and sense of humor a must. Credible Dietrich impression a plus. If you are interested, please hit the link and sign up. Info below:

Paid position
Auditions: Sunday, February 21, from 6-10 pm, at Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston (MATCH), in Matchbox 1
Callbacks: Monday, February 22, at 6:00 pm, same place
If you are unable to be there on Sunday, contact Lisa Westkaemper at , for alternative scheduling
Rehearsals begin April 1, or thereabouts
Performances May 5-22
Auditions will consist of readings from script
Please bring resume and headshot
Questions? Email Lisa Westkaemper ()
Click the link below for sign-up sheet and sides:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet ... li=1#gid=0

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Re: Stage Auditions - Theatre Southwest - "One Slight Hitch"

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Reminder - Auditions February 21 and 22. www.theatresouthwest.org

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DOÑA BÁRBARA, AUDICIONES PARA OBRA EN ESPAÑOL

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SINOPSIS

La historia de Bárbara, una mujer que se vuelve fría y sin corazón después de que fue abusada por un grupo de hombres malvados, se acostumbró a tener lo que quiere cundo ella quiere. Vive con odio y en venganza dentro su corazón. Solo un hombre volverá a remover lo sentimientos de amor en su corazón.
Es una novela literaria clásica de Latinoamérica, escrita por el autor Rómulo Gallegos, adaptada para el teatro por Eddie González.


Audiciones: 18 de febrero de 8:00 pm
a las 10:00 pm en:

Talento Bilingüe de Houston
333 S. Jensen Dr.
Houston, TX 77003

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Fechas de Presentaciones:

12-22 de Mayo
Viernes a Domingos, con la posibilidad de agregar más fechas.



PERSONAJES

Principales

Doña Bárbara:
Representa la barbaridad y tiranía. Es todo lo contrario a Santos Luzardo; ella es arbitraria, violenta, astuta y caprichosa.

Santos Luzardo:
Es un hombre de la ciudad con mucho prestigio. Llega al pueblo con fuerza para poder defenderse de la tiranía de Doña Bárbara. Se encuentra en una encrucijada con la lujuria de la hembra tremenda, y el amor de la inocente Marisela Barquero.

Marisela Barquero:
Es una joven que creció si en el amor de madre, y con un padre alcohólico. No aprendió mucho a socializar con los demás. El único maestro en su vida es el de un joven especial, Juan Primito.

Secundarios

Lorenzo Barquero:
Su voluntad es destruida por la desgracia y el vicio. Se encaprichó con Doña Bárbara dejándolo en la ruina, y una hija a cual no le pone mucha atención. Culpa a los demás por la miseria en cual cayo, y esto no lo hace salir de la oscuridad.

Juan Primito:
Un joven supersticioso que vive con la creencia pagana de los hombres del pueblo. Es el títere de Doña Bárbara, pero protector de Marisela. Su inteligencia es muy inocente, pero no es nada menso.

Guillermo Danger:
"Míster Danger" desprecia a los demás que son menos que él. Es cómplice de Doña Bárbara, y hace muchos tratos con la doña para apoderarse de los débiles. Pretende ser amigo de Lorenzo solo para comprarle a su hija Marisela.

Balbino Paiba:
Es el capataz líder de Altamira, la hacienda de Santos. Siendo amante de Doña Bárbara, él se pone a sus píes para matar, robar, y crear caos en el pueblo. Es una persona odiosa que solo piensa en si mismo.

Melquiades Gamarra:
Es el brujeador personal de Doña Bárbara. Igual que Balbino, el mata y roba para su doña. El es lo opuesto a Paiba, por eso no se llevan bien. Él cree en el poder de la magia negra, y ayuda mucho para usar lo sobrenatural en contra de los demás.

Antonio Sandoval:
Es el peón de la hacienda AltaMira, y cuando llega Santos haciende a capataz. También es uno de los mejores amigos de Santos desde la niñez. Es un joven trabajador, y cree en el amor profundo. Se enamora de Francisca, la tía de Santos.

Francisca Luzardo:
Viuda de Félix Barquero, hermano de Lorenzo. Es tía de Santos también. Es una mujer sincera llena de virtudes. Después de quedarse viuda jamás se volvió a casar, pero llega al pueblo para enseñar a Marisela como ser una señorita, y desde ahí se enamora del joven Antonio. Aunque trata de esconder sus sentimientos, el amor le gana.

Cecilia Dorantes:
Es hija de papá y mamá, quien lo tiene todo. Es ex de Santos quien quedo encaprichada con él. Aunque él ya no la quiere, ella lo persigue hasta el pueblo, hostigando.

Eustaquia:
Una señora grande de edad, sirvienta personal de Doña Bárbara. Ella fue quien la encontró después de que los hombre malvados la violaron en su juventud. Es tierna, y complacida. Le tiene un gran cariño a Doña, y aunque no siempre está de acuerdo en las acciones de su dueña, ella cierra los ojos y la respeta.

Extra

LOS VIOLADORES: (pueden ser representados por el mismo actor)
• Meléndez: Lleno de miedo y suplica piedad.
• El Chepo: Fuerte, pero pide clemencia.
• El Sapo: Es un ser malvado y odioso, no muestra miedo.

Mujer: Es la amante de Meléndez, aun con miedo se revela.


Audiciones consistirán en lecturas del libreto.

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Re: Stage Auditions - Theatre Southwest - "One Slight Hitch"

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Getting closer to the audition dates. Mark your calendars.

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Princess Cruise Lines Auditions

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PRINCESS CRUISE LINES will be coming to Dallas to hold auditions for singers and dancers on Sunday February 14th 2016. We are currently seeking singers and dancers for Spring and Summer contract start dates for 2016 to be a part of our production shows. These dynamic and visually stunning shows are developed by top Broadway, West End and Music Industry directors and choreographers including our newest collaboration Magic To Do with Stephen Schwartz, composer of Wicked, Pippin and Godspel directed by Gabriel Barre (Broadway’s Amazing Grace). Offering exciting itineraries spanning the globe, Princess is one of the leaders in providing award winning onboard entertainment at sea.

Auditions will be held at Contemporary Ballet Dallas, 5400 E. Mockingbird Lane, #207, Dallas, TX 75206
Dancer Open Call at 10:00AM – Sign-in begins at 9:30AM
Singer Open Call at 2:00PM – Sign-in begins at 1:30PM
Both Union and Non-Union are welcome to attend. You must be 18.

SALARY & ACCOMMODATIONS:
Singers: $1200/week minimum
Dancers: $2000/month minimum
Housing and transportation provided for Los Angeles rehearsals.
Plus accommodations and meals provided onboard.

SEEKING:

MALE SINGERS: early 20’s to early 40’s, all ethnicities. Seeking excellent vocalist that can do Broadway, rock and contemporary pop. Seeking High Baritones to Tenors, full voice high G above middle C. Must move well.

FEMALE SINGERS: early 20’s to early 40’s, all ethnicities. Seeking excellent vocalist that can do Broadway, rock and contemporary pop. Specifically interested in women with a full rock belt up to at least a C above middle C who also have a soprano range. Must move well.

MALE DANCERS: early 20’s to late 30’s, all ethnicities. Seeking fit, athletic dancers with strong technical training and outgoing personalities. No singing required.

FEMALE DANCERS: early 20’s to late 30’s, all ethnicities. Seeking fit, athletic dancers with strong technical training and outgoing personalities. No singing required.

Dancers should be warmed up and ready to dance in appropriate dance attire with a picture and current resume. Singers please prepare 16-32 bars of two contrasting songs, one contemporary pop, rock, Motown or R&B, and the second should be a musical theatre piece in the style of Stephen Schwartz that best shows off their range. Please bring sheet music and an accompanist will be provided. You will not be allowed to sing without sheet music. Performers should lead with their contemporary pop, rock or R&B song first. They may not be asked to do their musical theatre song. If you are unsure what to sing you are encouraged to bring your book of music. In addition, singers may be asked to come back for a movement call later that day. Please bring a picture and resume.

If you are unable to attend please send materials including showreels to for future consideration.

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Open Auditions for Vanities - Plaza Theatre, Wharton, Texas

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OPEN AUDITIONS for Vanities

a comedy by Jack Heifner
directed by Jami Hughes

Auditions: February 21 & 23, 2016 at 6:00pm

The Plaza Theatre
120 S. Houston Street
Wharton, Texas 77488

Performances: April 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 2016
Recommended for mature audiences due to subject matter.

About the Show: A bittersweet comedy that is an astute, snapshot sharp chronicle of the lives of three Texas girls. In 1963, Joanne, Kathy and Mary are aggressively vivacious cheerleaders. Five years later in their college sorority house, they are confronting their futures with nervous jauntiness. In 1974, they reunite briefly in New York. Their lives have diverged their friendship, which once thrived on assumption as well coordinated as sweater sets, is strained and ambiguous. Old time banter rings false. Their attempts at honest conversation only show they can no longer afford to have very much in common.

For more information on these and other auditions at the Plaza Theatre, visit http://www.whartonplazatheatre.org/auditions

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Coming Soon to RDTC

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LOVE - the musical: version 3.0
Ancient Greek Theatre
Demeter, Hades, Zeus, & a host of other mythological gods
come to life in a tale that is modern, timeless, & relevant.
Love is uplifting. Love is trying. Love is light.

February 12th & February 13th @ 7:30pm
February 19th & February 20th @ 7:30pm

Tickets: $15: online / $18: at the door
www.thereddoortheatrecompany.com


RDTC
4513 Red Bluff Road
Pasadena, TX 77503
281-542-0500

RDTC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization
LOVE - the musical: version 3.0

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Re: Stage Auditions - Theatre Southwest - "One Slight Hitch"

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Make note: A little over 4 weeks away before the auditions.

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Dirt Dogs Theatre Co. holding Auditions for new play "The Boundary" 1/30 & 31 3pm-6pm

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Dirt Dogs Theatre Co., in association with Don’t Bet Against Us LLC, presents "The Boundary", a new play by Doug Williams and Donna McKenzie.

A successful romance novelist sees her comfortable but stagnant marriage thrown into confusion when her first (and only) great love unexpectedly returns after more than 20 years. He’s now a domestic terrorist, wanted by the FBI for targeting corporate America, and he needs her help for what will be his boldest – and likely final – act of violence. She’ll have to decide whether to draw a line between the two of them in order to preserve her marriage…or take a chance and cross a line to rediscover her long-lost passion. But with her husband’s life potentially in the balance, she may have no choice.

Performances March 25-27 and March 31 – April 2 at MATCH

Auditions will be 1/30 & 1/31 from 3pm-6pm at MATCH (3400 Main Street), by appointment only in 15 minute blocks, and consist of cold readings from the script.

To schedule an appointment, please email info@DirtDogsTheatre.org and include your name, phone number, and preferred day if you have one.

All actors will receive a stipend.

Characters:
FRANK CHASE: 40s, affable, buttoned-down, a smart corporate crisis manager who’s clueless about the crisis in his marriage. But he can go steely, and isn’t afraid to take on powerful people when he thinks they’re wrong.

CHRISTIAN ROBB: 40s a political activist wanted by the FBI and the first (and maybe only) pure love of Samantha Chase, the play’s central character. He can be charismatic in one moment, explosive in another, sensual in a third, smoldering all the time. His passion makes him extremely dangerous – and extremely desirable.

MAX RATCHETT: 50s, corporate CEO, blustery, a legend in his own mind, a deep believer in his own righteousness – and to his way of thinking, he’s never wrong. He’s an ex-Marine who is used to owning everything and everyone around him.

SECRETARY: Max Ratchett’s gatekeeper, 30s, lots of attitude, a talk-talk-talker. There’s not much of a filter between what she thinks and what she says. Longs for love.

AGENT WHITE: 30s/40s, African-American female. No nonsense, no sense of humor, a believer in the power of government to interrupt – even destroy – people’s lives and has no problem leveraging that power to her (and the government’s) ambitions.

AGENT BLACK: 20s/30s/40s, white male. Straight-arrow, shares the idea that government can and should do whatever is necessary to preserve the idea of patriotism – though his idea of patriotism, like that of White, is extreme bordering on twisted. Agent White’s foil and gofer.

ARCHER SEBASTION: 50s/60s/70s, a cable television book reviewer. An unrepentant, self-absorbed snob who sees himself as someone bigger and more important than the authors he interviews – but who knows, deep down, he can’t do what they do.

GAME SHOW HOST: 30s/40s, right out of the 1970s. Smarmy, glib, oily, oozes with an obnoxious and sometimes edgy charm. The kind of guy who cracks himself up and leaves everyone else shaking their heads.

BAR PATRON: 30s/40s, a traveling businessman who looks to add a notch to his bedpost in every city he passes through.

FIRST WOMAN READER: 40s, trapped in a joyless if not necessarily bad marriage, wishing for a new beginning.

SECOND WOMAN READER: 30s, desperate for love, in a marriage defined by material things, hoping that one day she’ll have a chance to replace her designer clothes (and husband) with one true love.

NOTE: Bar Patron and Game Show Host or Agent Black may be double cast; Secretary, Woman Readers, and/or Agent White may be double cast.

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AD Players - "Little Women: The Musical" auditions

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This coming summer, AD Players will close their season with "Little Women: The Musical," the dramatization of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel. Stage direction will be by Joey Watkins with musical direction by Jesse Lozano.

Auditions will be held in assigned time slots at the Mainstage location (2710 W. Alabama, 77098) on Saturday, February 6 (10a-1p) and Wednesday, February 10 (6-10p). (Attendance is needed at only one date.) Prepare 16 bars of music and a one minute monologue. Live accompaniment is available - bring sheet music in the right key and with any cuts marked. A CD player will also be available.

Callbacks will be held on Saturday, February 13 (10a-1p), at the director's request.

Current rehearsal schedule is Monday - Friday evenings, April 25 through May 31. Extended tech on Saturday, May 28. Performances are June 1 - July 10 (most weeks are a Thursday - Sunday schedule). There is currently a dress rehearsal scheduled on Memorial Day, and performances will run the entire weekend leading up to Independence Day. Performances may also include dates at Miller Outdoor in July or August - dates TBD. A detailed calendar will be available at auditions.

Actors will be paid per performance. Rehearsals are not compensated.

If you wish to audition, please contact Hannah Smith, ADP Stage Manager, at Provide your top three options for time slots (10a, 10:15a, 10:30a, etc.) on your preferred day. If you have no preference, you will be assigned a slot. Slots are available on a first emailed, first assigned basis. Please arrive ten minutes prior to your slot in order to check in and fill out paperwork.

Any questions or concerns can be directed to the same email address.

We look forward to seeing you soon, and best of luck to you all.

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