EVITA - National Tour Auditions

Posted: February 25, 2014

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EVITA (Tour) - Equity Chorus Call / Dancers

Hal Luftig, Scott Sanders, Randall A. Buck|New York, NY

Date of Audition:

Call Type
Equity Chorus

Equity Chorus Call / Dancers
Monday, March 10, 2014
10:30 AM - Equity female dancers
2:30 PM - Equity male dancers

Short Engagement Touring Agreement
TIER 2; $771/week until 6/14; $794/week thereafter

Ripley-Grier 520 (Everyone must show
government photo ID to enter building.
520 8th Ave. (36th/37th)
New York, NY
16th floor

Equity Ensemble Dancers who sing:
Men and women, for possible replacements in the currently running touring production. For the ensemble and featured ensemble parts.
see breakdown.

Be prepared to dance in form-fitting clothing. Females should wear character heels. After dancing, you may be asked to sing 16 bars of a contemporary musical theatre song. Bring sheet music for your song; a piano accompanist will be provided. Bring a photo/resume stapled together.

Other Dates
Currently running on tour.

ECC/Dancers: 3/10, 10:30am women, 2:30pm men, at Ripley Grier

ECC/Singers: 3/11, 10:30am women, 2:30pm men, at Telsey + Co.

General Manager: Joe Christopher
Tour Director: Seth Sklar-Heyn

Casting: Telsey + Company/Craig Burns

Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics: Tim Rice
Director: Michael Grandage
Choreographer: Rob Ashford
Tour Choreographer: Christopher Bailey
Music Supervisor: Kristen Blodgette

· Chorus rules are in effect. · A monitor will be provided.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend. Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


Males and females, 20s – 30s, all ethnicities. Excellent dancers in the contemporary musical theatre style. Tango skills are an advantage. All must be able to sing. A fully featured versatile ensemble that helps define this world—to play everything from Generals to peasants. Principal understudies will be assigned from the ensemble. ENSEMBLE

Featured Ensemble Parts:

Male, any ethnicity, to play 30 – 40. A tango singer with whom Eva has her first love affair. Charming loser – never quite made it. Has the first number in the show (“On This Night of a Thousand Stars”) and sets up the world in which Eva exists and establishes a Latin flavor to the piece which is essential. Also appears in the ensemble. Latin American in personality and feel. Needs movement ability. Strong high baritone or tenor. FEATURED ENSEMBLE

Female, any ethnicity, to play 18 – early 20s. Juan Peron’s Mistress who is pushed out of Peron’s life by his future wife, Eva. The Mistress ponders the rejection in a big number, “Another Suitcase in Another Hall.” Beautiful, period, fragile, vulnerable. Also appears in the ensemble. Needs movement ability. Powerful contemporary mix voice. FEATURED ENSEMBLE

Male, 20s – 30s, any ethnicity. Strong high tenor with strong dance and partnering ability. To appear in the onstage ensemble and understudy the leading role of CHE (The show’s narrator, he provides the case for the prosecution, mocking both the deluded public and Eva herself as a woman and politician. Must be able to relate to the audience and take them with him on the dramatic journey of the piece. Must be able to offer an extraordinary range of versatility to take on the Everyman nature of the part) and the featured ensemble role of MAGALDI (See above). Part of a fully featured versatile ensemble that helps define this world—to play everything from Generals to peasants. ENSEMBLE – SEEKING IMMEDIATE REPLACEMENT

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