Kiss the Cod Broadway Ltd Partnership
New York, NY
Call Type: EPA
Production (League) $2095/week min
Producers: Junkyard Dog Productions
Director: Christopher Ashley
Music & Lyrics: Irene Sankoff & David Hein
Choreographer: Kelly Devine
Music Supervisor: Ian Eisendrath
General Manager: Alchemy Production Group
Casting: Telsey + Company
Currently running at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
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.
Equity actor/singers for possible future replacements in the currently running Broadway Production.
[BEVERLY & OTHERS] Female, 40s-50s, any ethnicity. An American Airlines pilot, Beverly has always loved flying, but her world is changed when she hears about coworkers who were killed in the attacks, and when she is confronted by passengers who refuse to fly again. Also plays ANNETTE, a local teacher at the Gander Academy and mother to a lot of children. Must be comfortable with very athletic movement. Excellent singer with a high mix/belt and soprano voice.
[BEULAH & OTHERS] Female, 40s – 60s, any ethnicity. Head of the Gander Legion, with a firefighter son, she befriends Lana and walks to church and prays with her. Quick-witted and open hearted, Beaulah loves to share a joke. Must be comfortable with very athletic movement. Excellent singer with an alto/belt with mix voice.
[BONNIE & OTHERS] Female, 30s–50s, any ethnicity; A no–nonsense mother of 3, Bonnie is the head of the Gander area SPCA. When she discovers animals are trapped on the planes, she stops at nothing to ensure their safety – but in frustration, she often lashes out at those around her. Must be comfortable with very athletic movement. Excellent singer with a strong alto/2nd soprano voice.
[DIANE & OTHERS] Female, 50s-60s, any ethnicity. Diane is a traditional divorcee from Texas, who is terrified that her son may have been flying at the time of the attacks. When she finds out he is safe, she’s given a new lease on life and discovers a wilder more carefree side of herself. Must be confortable with very athletic movement. Alto belt and mix/soprano voice
[HANNAH & OTHERS] – Female, 30s–50s, African–American, Latina, Asian, or any ethnicity; the mother of a firefighter in Manhattan, Hannah waits for news about her son and is comforted by Beulah. Must be confortable with very athletic movement. Soulful belt and mix/soprano voice.
[JANICE & OTHERS] 20s, any ethnicity. An eager new local TV reporter, Janice is thrown into the deep end on her first day. Initially naïve about the world, Janice must face the pain and confusion around her. Comedy skills a plus. Must be comfortable with very athletic movement. Excellent characterful belt voice comfortable with mix/soprano.
[BOB & OTHERS] Male, late 20s – 30s, African-American. A hardened New Yorker, Bob is suspicious of where he’s landed, fearing that it’s World War 3, that someone is going to shoot him and steal his wallet – but instead he ends up losing his New York jadedness. Must be comfortable with very athletic movement. Baritone.
[CLAUDE & OTHERS] – Male, 40s–60s, any ethnicity; The gregarious and well liked Mayor of Gander, Newfoundland, Claude loves his work, the townspeople, and his daily traditions, but he’s never before had to deal with a crisis of this magnitude. Also plays DERM, mayor of the nearby town of Appleton. Must be comfortable with very athletic movement. Rich, characterful baritone voice.
[KEVIN T & OTHERS] Male, 30s-40s, any ethnicity. The head of an environmental energy company
in Los Angeles, Kevin was on vacation with his boyfriend (and secretary, also named Kevin), when they are stranded in Gander. Inspired by the town’s generosity, Colin creates the ‘Pay It Forward Foundation.’ Also plays the role of GARTH, head of the local union representing the bus drivers. Must be comfortable with very athletic movement. Excellent tenor voice.
[KEVIN J & OTHERS] Male, 30s-40s, Middle Eastern, Asian, Latino, African-Amercian, or any ethnicity. Kevin T’s boyfriend and secretary. Sarcastic and unhappy, he wants to leave and get back to the U.S. as soon as possible. Also plays ALI, an Iranian passenger. Must be comfortable with very athletic movement. Excellent rich baritenor/tenor 2 voice.
[NICK & OTHERS] Male, 50s–60s, any ethnicity; An English oil engineer who is focused on his work, Nick’s life is turned upside down when he falls for another passenger, Diane. Must be comfortable with very athletic movement. Characterful baritenor or tenor voice.
[OZ & OTHERS] – Male, 30s–50s, any ethnicity; The quirky constable in the two–person Gander police force. When the town’s population suddenly doubles, Oz helps out in unexpected ways. Also plays the role of JOEY, a rambunctious passenger on one of the planes who enjoys a good drink. Must be comfortable with very athletic movement. Excellent pop tenor voice.
Pearl Studios NYC (500)
500 8th Ave
New York, NY 10018-6504
Friday, January 25, 2019
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Lunch 1:30 to 2:30
Please prepare a short contemporary musical theatre or pop/rock song in the style of the show. Bring picture and resume.