Directed & Produced By: Lauri Hudson
Music Directied By: Ruslan Odintsov
Choreographed By: Achilles Inverso
Asst. Choreographed By: Armando Mendez
Sunday, July 7, 2019 at 7 PM
Monday, July 8, 2019 at 7 PM
CALLBACKS (by invitation only):
Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at 7 PM
Mondays & Wednesdays 7 PM
October 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, & 26
Grab your boogie shoes; it’s time to groove! Our leading man lives for his Saturday evenings at the local disco. There, he is known as "King of the Dance Floor." However, when our leading lady suddenly glides into his life, he grows stuck on making her his dance partner for the next competition. Based on the 1977 disco movie, this show will be sure to have you Stayin’ Alive!
Come audition to be a part of this 70's classic!! To audition, please bring a head shot or recent photo of yourself and be prepared to sing at least 32 bars of a song that shows off your vocal range. If possible, please choose a song that is from the show or emulates a song from the show. Stay as close to the character you are auditioning for as possible. Piano accompaniment will be provided if you are using sheet music, or a speaker if you are using an instrumental track via your phone.
There will be a dance call so please bring comfortable clothes/shoes to move it.
Voice: Tenor to A
Handsome, charismatic Brooklyn Italian. Ringleader of his gang of friends, The Faces. Tough guy exterior with vulnerability underneath - a "thinker," not a "talker." He comes alive whenever he dances. Strong actor, singer and dancer, Brooklyn accent.
Voice: mezzo with belt to D
Puts on airs to hide her Brooklyn upbringing, but every now and then a bit of the old neighborhood comes out. She may be pretentious and lack tact at times, but she is still genuinely likeable. Strong singer/actor and dancer, Brooklyn accent.
Voice: mezzo to soprano with strong belt
The resident singer of 2001. Sexy and confident, beloved by everybody. Strong singer/belter. She has a great deal of singing to do.
Voice: Mezzo with belt to Eb
Overeager to please, a "puppy-dog" with an insecure edge. Is incredibly hurt that Tony does not have feelings for her. Strong actor/singer and dancer, Brooklyn accent.
Voice: Tenor to Ab
One of the Faces. Genuine and less self-assured than the other guys. He breaks up with his high school girlfriend, Pauline, at their urging, and continuously struggles with doing the right thing. Strong singer/actor who can move, Brooklyn,accent.
One of the Faces. A follower. Not afraid to lie to cover his own ass. Strong singer who can move, Brooklyn accent.
One of the Faces. A charming and funny jokester and a real bruiser. Physically the toughest of the gang. Strong singer/actor with great comedic timing, who can move·, Brooklyn accent.
One of the Faces. A real "wise-guy" with possible connections. Strong singer/actor who can move, Brooklyn accent.
Age: Any (usually male, but could be played by a female actor.)
Voice: Bari-tenor to G with falsetto
The MC, DJ, and gatekeeper of 2001. Good-looking and charismatic with a big personality. After· Tony, the coolest person in town. Strong singer who can move.
Sweet and optimistic ex-girlfriend of Bobby. She is hurt by Bobby's behavior, but there's a larger issue that's concerning her. Strong singer, Brooklyn accent.
Tony's father. An out of work construction worker who feels like the world has turned its back on him. Brooklyn accent.
Age: 40s - 50s.
Tony's mother. A devout Catholic, she cares deeply for her family, and especially idolizes her son, Frank Jr., Brooklyn accent.
Tony's brother who has left the priesthood. Humble and full of good advice. A strong actor with a Brooklyn accent.
Age: 15 - 16
Tony's little sister. Doubles as Female Ensemble. Sunny and spunky. Brooklyn accent.
MALE ENSEMBLE - All ethnicities, 20s-40s. Male dancers who sing very well, to play various ensemble characters. Seeking excellent, dancers who sing.
FEMALE ENSEMBLE - All ethnicities, 20s-40s. Female dancers who sing very well, to play various ensemble characters. Seeking excellent, dancers who sing
Come audition for this Jersey classic!!
Director: Liz Rodriguez
Producer: Denise Lallier
Sunday, June 9, 2019 at 7 PM
Monday, June 10, 2019 at 7 PM
CALLBACKS (by invitation only):
Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 7 PM
Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday evenings
September 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14 & 15
British talk-show host David Frost is on his way out. Richard Nixon just resigned the U.S. presidency after Vietnam and the Watergate scandal. It’s Frost’s mission to resurrect his career by extracting an apology from the former President in a series of in-depth interviews. However, Nixon is equally determined to redeem himself in the eyes of a nation who aren't on his side. Image is king, and both men are desperate to out-talk and upstage each other as the camera is rolling. The 2008 film adaptation starred Michael Sheen and Frank Langella. Who knew this would become the interview that sealed a president’s legacy?
Anyone auditioning for Frost, Brennan, Reston or Nixon, please prepare a 1-minute monologue from the play. They may choose their own paragraphs or use the sides we provide. All others will do cold reads.
NIXON – 50’S/60’S Imposing Figure. A real person/character, not a caricature.
Late 30’s early 40’s. Suave, British journalist/personality. Must do a British accent.
40ish Nixon’s chief of Staff. Soldiers bearing and look. Unwavering loyalty to Nixon. Narrator
30’s Liberal intellectual. Fierce opponent of Nixon. Narrator
30’S Attractive British woman. Girlfriend of Frost.
Mature British, longtime friend and Frost Producer.
Nixon’s manservant, Technician
Late 20’s/30 Evonne Goolagong, Stewardess and Waitress.
MALE ACTOR #1
30’S Swifty Lazar, Mike Wallace, Technician, Studio Manager
MALE ACTOR #2
Mature, Bob Zelnick, Studio Manager
JUNE 9 & 10
JULY 7 & 8