Please note that auditions will be by APPOINTMENT ONLY. They will be held from 7p in both evenings. To make an appointment please EMAIL ME at email@example.com. Rehearsals begin Feb 23rd and performances run April 17 thru May 9, 2015. Curtains, The Musical: It’s the brassy, bright, and promising year of 1959. Boston’s Colonial Theatre is host to the opening night performance of a new musical. When the leading lady mysteriously dies on stage the entire cast & crew are suspects. Enter a local detective, who just happens to be a musical theatre fan! DANCING IS REQUIRED OF ALL PARTS (except where noted). Please come to auditions with 32 bars of an upbeat Broadway style song (no pop songs please) and be prepared to dance. Accompanist will be available. The following parts are open: LIEUTENANT FRANK CIOFFI (30’s - 40’s): Requires deft and charming comedy, good singing, solid dancing in one extended “Fred and Ginger” number. NIKI HARRIS (20's-early 30's): Requires a legit soprano and strong dancing in an extended “Fred and Ginger” number. GEORGIA HENDRICKS (30’s – mid-40’s): Must sing and dance extremely well. CARMEN BERNSTEIN (45-65): Terrific comedic actress with a belt. AARON FOX (30’s - 40's): Requires a strong vocalist with comedy. (No dancing - must move well) SIDNEY BERNSTEIN (Late 50’s-Mid 60’s): Requires a cartoon-like character actor who is funny on arrival. (No singing or dancing required.) CHRISTOPHER BELLING (40-60): English accent - very camp. Requires a superb comic actor.(No dancing - must move well) BAMBI “BERNÉT” (Early 20's-early 30's): Requires great dancing, strong “street-smart dumb blonde” comedy, and singing. OSCAR SHAPIRO (45-65): Requires good “rough around the edges” comedy and singing. (No dancing - must move well) BOBBY PEPPER (30’s to early 40’s); Requires strong dancing, singing, comedy. DARYL GRADY (30’s-40’s): Caustic and smug. Does not require strong singing or dancing. JOHNNY HARMON * (30's-60's): Comic actor who can sing. JESSICA CRANSHAW (30’s-60’s): Must be skillful enough to sing hilariously out-of-tune and ineptly, and adroit enough to dance perfectly out of step with the rest of the cast. Appears only in the first minutes of the musical; appearance could be changed and actor incorporated into ensemble ENSEMBLE Note: if you are only interested in a non-singing role, please advise when you make your appointment.
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