Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre 2018-19 Season - Coral Gables FL EPA (06.04.18)

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Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre 2018-19 Season - Coral Gables FL EPA (06.04.18)

Actors' Playhouse
Coral Gables, FL

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Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre 2018-19 Season - Coral Gables FL EPA (06.04.18)

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Call Type: EPA

CONTRACT
LOA
$745 /week

PERSONNEL
Artistic Director: David Arisco

OTHER
For more info on what to expect, please visit: http://www.actorsplayhouse.org/audition_wher e_what.htm

An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

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.

SEEKING
Equity actors and actor/singers for various roles in the upcoming 2018-19 Season. See breakdown.

BREAKDOWN

2018 - 2019 Mainstage (LOA)
Seeking adult actors 18+


HAVANA MUSIC HALL
Music by Richard Kagan
Book by Carmen Pelaez
Lyrics by Richard Kagan & Jose Perico Hernandez Story by Richard Kagan
October 10 – November 18, 2018
Director & Choreographer: Maria Torres
Musical Director: Manny Schvartzman

TO BE DETERMINED.

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ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS
By Richard Ben
Songs by Grant Olding
Based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni January 23 – February 10, 2019
Director: David Arisco

Francis Henshall (Male, 20s) an Essex boy driven by his stomach; a bit rough around the edges, but very charming; should be on the heavy-side; incredible comic presence; should be able to do complex physical routines; a teddy-bear quality helps, along with the ability to improvise and turn on a sixpence; sings.

Stanley Stubbers (Male, 20-35) a posh public-school boy in love with Rachel; has a very dirty sense of humor, but is still charming and generally decent; good-looking, fit, earnest, utterly confident, and steeped in the arrogance of the upper classes; sings.

Rachel Crabbe (Female, 20-35) a London girl from a criminal family; sharp and quick-witted, driven by her real love for Stanley; disguised as her dead brother Roscoe; as Roscoe, she is channeling Pinkie in Brighton Rock, the psychotic 1960s gangster, homosexual, vicious; as Rachel, she is strong-witted, brave, and good; Cockney accent (not too strong); must sing.

Harry Dangle (Male, 50-65) the stereotypical corrupt lawyer; loquacious, bombastic, and blustery; extravagant, red-faced, pompous; posh RP accent, which occasionally dips into Cockney; must sing; ukulele playing a plus.

Charlie ‘The Duck’ Clench (Male, 50-59) Pauline's father; small-time gangster; streetwise, but not intelligent; weasely, shifty, spic-like; has a great, prosaic turn of phrase; the stereotypical small time London geezer; Cockney accent, doesn't sing.

Lloyd Boateng (Male, 40-65) wise and sanguine owner of a pub; old friend of both Charlie and Rachel; Jamaican with a strong Caribbean accent; gregarious, helpful; doesn't sing.

Pauline Clench (Female, 20-29) sweet, pretty Cockney girl who is not very bright; in love with Alan; despite being dumb and occasionally shrill, she should be somehow appealing; must sing.

Alan (Male, 20-29) an aspiring actor with little common sense; hot-headed and passionate, full of bluster but ineffective; attractive but in a characterful way; maybe tall and lanky, a bit goofy; from Brighton, so not posh RP; middle-class London accent, but not Cockney like the Clenches.

Dolly (Female, 30-39) Charlie's accountant; smart and sassy; very sexy and very funny but not dumb; in fact, she's probably the smartest person in the play; gorgeous, flirtatious, curvaceous, a real firecracker; she's Northern so Lancashire or Yorkshire accent, Liverpool would work, too; must sing.

Ensemble (Male and Female) a variety of roles including waiters, porters, maids, etc.

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MEMPHIS THE MUSICAL
Music & Lyrics by David Bryan
Book & Lyrics by Joe DiPietro

March 13 – April 7, 2019
Director: David Arisco
Choreographer:
Musical Director: Eric Alsford

Huey (Male, 20-35) the frenzied, bombastic, motor-mouthed hero who talks his way into becoming a DJ at a local "white" radio station, ignores race barriers and eventually falls in love with Felicia, a talented black singer, which causes a whole new set of problems for him in segregated Memphis; vocal range: tenor with a great feel for pop/rock/R&B; styles, C3-B4. ETHNICITY: Caucasian

Felicia (Female, 20-35) beautiful, wide-eyed, and a fiercely gifted singer, follows her heart and falls in love with Huey, despite knowing deep down that a relationship between a white man and a black woman in prejudiced Memphis is doomed; vocal range: high R&B; belt voice, G3-A5. ETHNICITY: African American

Delray (Male, 35-45) Felicia’s older brother who owns the club on Beale Street where she sings; realistic, cautious, protective, and aware of the realities of the segregation that exists in Memphis and the world beyond; vocal range: baritenor with a great pop/rock/R&B; voice, Bb2-Bb4. ETHNICITY: African American

Gladys (Female, 45-65) excellent actor with comic skills; Huey’s stern, traditional blue-collar, southern mother who has worked her entire life to be able to support herself and her son, whom she loves, but about whom she constantly worries; vocal range: strong singer with alto-belt mix, B3-A5. ETHNICITY: Caucasian

Gator (Male, 35-45) works as a bartender at Delray’s, hasn’t spoken since age five, when he saw his father killed; as the story progresses, he finds his voice again, must be an excellent actor and singer and move well, comic timing a plus; vocal range: great R&B; baritenor, F#3-A4. ETHNICITY: African American

Bobby (Male, 20-35) the janitor at Mr. Simmons’s radio station, full of personality and heart, role requires an actor who must dance well, as the character has a dance break in his show-stopping number “Big Love,” comic skills a plus; vocal range: great gospel voice, G3-C5. ETHNICITY: African American

Mr. Simmons (Male, 40-60) the conservative owner of the radio station where Huey gets his start; a strong, southern, commanding businessman who becomes willing to take a chance on Huey when he realizes the audience Huey reaches and the money he can command; great actor who is comfortable singing. ETHNICITY: Caucasian

Wailin’ Joe/Beake Street Singer-Dancer (Male, 20-40) Wailin’ Joe sings "Scratch My Itch" and is featured in both Act One and Act Two; must also dance very well; vocal range: excellent tenor voice, Eb3-Gb5. ETHNICITY: African American

Main Street Actor-Singer (Male, 40-60) to play Mr. Collins, a department store owner, and Gordon Grant, a record company executive, and perform in the ensemble; dance ability a plus, but not necessary; vocal range: baritenor. ETHNICITY: Caucasian

Beale Street Singer-Dancer (Female, 20-30) must be a good dancer; vocal range: excellent high belt voice. ETHNICITY: African American

Main Street Male Dancers-Singers (Male, 20-30) four excellent dancers with great pop/rock/crooner voices; comic ability and tumbling a plus; vocal range: tenor and baritenor. ETHNICITY: Caucasian

Main Street Female Dancers-Singers (Female, 18-30) to play teenagers-30 for different roles; excellent dancers, great singers, "Double Dutch" experience a plus; vocal range: pop/rock/R&B; belters. ETHNICITY: Caucasian

Beale Street Male Dancers-Singers (Male) to play teenagers; excellent dancers with great R&B/rock voices; comic abilities, partnering, and tumbling a plus; vocal range: baritenors/tenors B2-B4. ETHNICITY: African American

Beale Street Female Dancers-Singers (Female) to play teenagers; excellent dancers, great soulful R&B/rock voices, athletic and fierce, comic ability and partnering a plus, "Double Dutch" experience a plus; vocal range: altos/sopranos A3-A5. ETHNICITY: African American
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DOUBT: A PARABLE
By John Patrick Shanley May 15 – June 9, 2019
Director: David Arisco

Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Female, 50-65) Sister Aloysius Beauvier is a nun of the order of Sisters of Charity. In her 50s or 60s, she is watchful, reserved and unsentimental. She’s a no-nonsense, hardened administrator, determined to maintain order and tradition. She wears the black bonnet and floor-length black habit of the sisters.

Father Flynn (Male, 30-40) Father Flynn, priest of St. Nicholas Church, has a working-class

background. In his 30s or 40s, he is well-liked and particularly popular with the boys that he coached in basketball. He is rather modern in his religious views.

Sister James (Female, 18-25) Sister James, the eighth-grade teacher of Donald Muller, is in her 20s. She is a member of the Sisters of Charity and wears the bonnet and habit. She is reserved, but there is “a bit of sunshine in her heart.” She cares about her students and wants to think the best of everyone.

Mrs. Muller (Female, 30-45) Mrs. Muller is an African-American woman, 30s or 40s, working class,

weary and wary of the world. She has learned to accept what she has to accept and work with it.

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MURDER FOR TWO
Book and Lyrics by Kellen Blair
Book & Music by Joe Kinosian July 17 – August 11, 2019
Director: David Arisco
Musical Director: TBD

Marcus (Male, 25-39) a young, eager police officer determined to make his mark on the crime-solving world, charming, earnest, sympathetic, happy and hopeful, straight-laced and totally by-the-book, nevertheless he greets most challenges with a warm smile, chipper (not grizzled), his good-natured demeanor prevails despite this very challenging case. Excellent Piano Player.

The Suspects (Male, 25-39) one male actor to play multiple roles, a sharp and versatile performer able to transform from role to role on a dime, a vivid, believable and extraordinarily chameleon-like actor- musician; full list of characters is as follows: Arthur Whitney, a celebrated author, the murder victim; Mrs. Dahlia Whitney, the victim's wife, zaniest of all the suspects, a 58-year-old Southern woman whose dreams of a life in showbiz took a back seat as she fell into the shadows of her husband's career, but still harbors a deep and burning desire to perform, her logic borders on the ridiculous and cartoon; Barrette Lewis, a glamorous and sinister and highly aging ballerina, a femme fatale; Dr. Griff: a friendly old psychiatrist, the oldest of all the suspects, on a one-track mission to find a best friend and completely delusional about his relationship with Officer Marcus, desperate for affection and companionship; Steph Whitney, the inquisitive niece of Arthur and Dahlia Whitney, the most grounded of all the suspects, grad student studying criminology, eager and naive, the mousy girl next door who has not had many boyfriends; Murray Flandon, drill sergeant of a neighbor to the Whitneys, feisty, old, ever-bickering, but madly in love with his wife, together they trade insults as foreplay; Barb Flandon, feisty, from Brooklyn, one to gossip with the girls, ever-bickering but madly in love with her husband; the Anachronistic Boy's Choir, from Badoinkaville, a tough-talking place, "anachronistic yet droll," consisting of Timmy, the wise cracking leader; Yonkers, rough and tumble; and Skid, the slower member of the choir, held back a couple of years; and Henry Vivaldi, a proud local firefighter, the happiest firefighter in the world, like a Gilbert and Sullivan character. Excellent Piano Player.

APPOINTMENTS
For an appointment, please visit http://www.actorsplayhouse.org/audition_apmt _form_2018_2019.htm and fill out all the fields. Actors will receive a confirmation. Actors without Internet access may call (305) 444-9293 extension 602 for an appointment. Online applications are preferred when possible.

Union

EPA

Audition Information

Where

Actors' Playhouse
280 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables, FL 33134-5908

WHEN
Monday, June 4, 2018
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Lunch 1 to 2

WHAT TO PREPARE

If singing: Please prepare two contrasting 16- bar pieces and a one-minute monologue (contemporary preferred). Bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided. No a cappella singing or singing to playback. If not singing: Please prepare two contrasting one- minute monologues or one two-minute monologue. Bring picture and resume.

Minors must be accompanied by an adult

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