No Square Theatre Holds Auditions for ROCKY HORROR SHOW

May 3
5:53 PM 2010

No Square Theatre Holds Auditions for ROCKY HORROR SHOW



The rock musical spoof of 1950's Sci-Fi and horror movies, strange creations, bizarre seductions and sexual confusion.. .for some. On the way to visit an old college professor, newly engaged Janet Weiss and Brad Majors from Denton, Ohio, are driving in a rainstorm when they have a flat tire. They seek help at an eerie "Frankenstein" mansion. What they don't know is that the mansion is inhabited by aliens from the planet Transsexual in the Galaxy of Transylvania. And Dr. Frank-N-Furter is about to unveil his latest creation.


Frank 'N' Furter - male, age 20 & up, a bi-sexual transvestite alien, must be comfortable wearing bikini panties, corset, fishnet stockings, stiletto heels, showing flesh, and physical contact with both men and women, High Baritone or Versatile Tenor.

Brad Majors - male, age 20-27, comfortable wearing tighty whiteys only, Tenor.

Janet Weiss - female, age 19-27, comfortable wearing bra, panties and slip only, Mezzo-Soprano.

Riff -Raff - male, age 20-50, Rock-n-Roll Tenor Belt

Magenta - female, age 20-50, alien, sings more than in the film, Alto Belt

Columbia - female, age 20-35, loves dressing like a movie musical, must tap or have tap experience, Mezzo or Soprano Character Voice.

Rocky - male, age 20-30ish, must be muscular, blonde hair or willing to bleach, must be comfortable in bikini swimsuit, HAS DIALOGUE unlike the film, Rock Tenor

Eddie - male, age 20-35, a bad boy, Jerry Lee Lewis type Tenor

Dr. Scott - male, 40-60, professor, German accent, in a wheelchair, but does show legs in fishnets and heels Bass Baritone.

Narrator - Pre-Cast

Phantoms (Sometimes called Transylvanians) - male and female, age 16 & up, all vocal ranges, some tap a plus.

ALL ACTORS - MUST BE STRONG SINGERS and DANCE or MOVE WELL. ALL ACTORS must be comfortable in skimpy or tight fitting clothing, showing flesh (no nudity), heterosexual and homosexual situations, walking and dancing in stilettos (except Narrator, Eddie, Dr. Scott), being wild and outrageous and taking chances.

Prepare - One upbeat 1950's or musical theatre song. Verse and chorus. You may use songs from the show. Bring sheet music in the correct key. Prefer you not sing to a recording, but will be acceptable if that's all that is available. No a capella. Bring a headshot and resume if available. A photo will be taken. Please allow one hour. Audition forms and conflict calendar (required at audition) are available for download at This is a community theatre production. No AEA. There is no pay.

Audition Dates By Appointment Only: Monday, May 3 - 7:30pm, Tuesday, May 4 - 6:00pm, Wednesday, May 5 - 7:30pm
Please email the STAGE MANAGER, to schedule an appointment.

Callbacks By Appointment: Dance - Saturday, May 8, 3:30pm; Readings - Tuesday, May 11, 6:00pm

First Rehearsal: Monday, May 17, 7:30pm.

Performances: July 16, 17, 22, 23, 24

Auditions, Rehearsals & Performances at:
NO SQUARE THEATRE in Legion Hall, 384 Legion St., Laguna Beach, CA 92651


ROCKY HORROR SHOW: Book, Music & Lyrics by Richard O'Brien. Produced by No Square Theatre, Laguna Beach. Directed by Joe Lauderdale, with Music Direction by Roxanna Ward, Choreography by Paul Nygro, Costumes Designed by Susan Elliot Richardson, and Stage Managed by Linda Haylett.

Visit for more information or call their recorded info line at Recorded info line 949.715.0333.

Costa Mesa THEATER

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Michael L. Quintos Michael Lawrence Quintos is a quiet, mild-mannered Art Director by day. But as night falls, he regularly performs on various stages everywhere as a Counter-Tenor soloist, actor, and dancer for The Men Alive Chorus since 2002. He's sung everything from Broadway, Jazz, R&B, Classical, Gospel and Pop. His musical theater roots started early, performing in various school musical productions and a couple of nationally-televised programs. The performing bug eventually brought him a brief championship run in the Philippines' version of "Star Search" before moving to Las Vegas at age 11. College brought him out to Orange County, California, where he earned a BFA in Graphic Design and a BA in Film Screenwriting. He has spent several years as a designer and art director for various entertainment company clients, while spending his free time watching or performing in shows.

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