Director: Scott Angehr
Producer: Mia DiFilippo
Music Direction: Ruslan Odintsov
Choreographer: Laci De Luca

Sunday, February 4th, 2024 @ 7pm-10pm
Monday, February 5th, 2024 @ 7pm-10pm
Callbacks (by invitation only) Wednesday, February 7th @ 7pm

The Road Company is looking for non-equity actors for its upcoming production of “The Bodyguard” (A small stipend will be paid based on opening night sales.)

Auditions for The Bodyguard at The Road Company Theatre will take place on Sunday, February 4th and Monday, February 5th with Callbacks on Wednesday, February 7th at 405 S Main Street, Williamstown NJ, 08094. Please complete and submit this form prior to your attendance at the audition.  
Rehearsals will begin February 11th, 2024.  

Rehearsal Days: Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays
Performance Dates: April 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th May 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 9th, 10th, 11th
The Road Company Theater practices non-traditional casting promoting equal opportunities for all people of color, race, age, disability, gender identity and belief.

16-32 Bars in the style of the show. Be prepared to stay and dance.

The Bodyguard tells the story of Rachel Marron, a famous pop superstar who becomes the target of a stalker. In need of protection, she hires Frank Farmer, a former Secret Service agent with a steadfast commitment to his duty. As Rachel and Frank’s professional relationship develops, a deep and unexpected connection blossoms between them. The Bodyguard explores themes of love, sacrifice, and the lengths one is willing to go to protect those they care about.

Rachel Marron (Lead) Female, 18-45 – Soprano
An Academy Award-nominated music superstar who is being stalked and sent death threats. She needs to sing in the style of Whitney Houston and move well.

Frank Farmer (Lead) Male, 21-45
A former C.I.A agent, physically fit, lithe and athletic; sharp witted and instinctive; handsome and charismatic. He radiates a silent strength, an American alpha male type. Frank sings one song in a karaoke style. He need not be a major singer, just have confidence to sing in front of a theatre audience.

Nicki Marron (Supporting) Female, 21-45 – Mezzo-Soprano
Rachel’s older sister, a very talented singer who has taken a back seat to her sister’s rising star. Quiet type but attractive. Must be a very strong singer. Nicki must have a very soulful, gospel-tinged voice. She sings ballads in the show and should have a warm resonance, excellent pitch and an ability to riff.  

Bill Devaney (Supporting) Male, 21-60
Rachel Marron’s long-standing Manager/Guardian Angel.  He has looked after her from the start and runs her life.  A kind a and loyal man who always has Raschel’s best interest at heart.

Tony Scibelli (Supporting) Male, 21+
Rachel Marron’s security, broad shoulders, narrow hips, classic bouncer physique.  He is fiercely protective of Rachel and would do anything for her. A kind man.

Sy Spector (Supporting) Male, 21-60
Rachel’s publicist. He is deeply ambitious and doesn’t; suffer fools or indeed anyone who isn’t doing exactly what he wants. His belief is that the whole Oscar nomination for Rachel is because of his hard work and his alone. He believes he is her driving force.

Stalker (Supporting) Male, 21-45, Tenor
Rachel Maron’s stalker, military type, weird, outcast; should be able to sing comfortable in a tenor range; has one featured solo vocal line.

Ray Court (Supporting) Male, 21-60
An experience and knowledgeable CIA Agent; tall, attractive and professional. Lithe and athletic build similar to Frank Farmer. Should be able to sing in a karaoke style in the same way as Frank. Advanced singing skills not required.

Fletcher (Youth Supporting) All Genders, 8-12 – Treble/Boy Soprano
Rachel Marron’s son; should be a strong singer with an innate knowledge of pop/soul idiom. Early Michael Jackson should be used as a reference. Must be able to sing.

Ensemble Chorus/Ensemble; All Genders, 18-60

Background Dancers; All Genders, 18-45 – Strong in Hip-Hop, Partnering and Jazz, will double as Ensemble Chorus

The Road Company Theater practices non-traditional casting promoting equal opportunities for all people of color, race, age, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation and belief.

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