Posted: March 14, 2014

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-Media Theatre Season Breakdown
Greater Philadelphia Annual Auditions (GPAA) - Philadelphia area Theatres|Philadelphia, PA

Date of Audition:

Call Type
Equity Principal

Greater Philadelphia Annual Auditions
This day is for AEA members only.
Monday March 31st, 2014
10 AM to 6 PM
lunch 1 to 2

ref. to LORT; $542/week minimum

Walnut Street Theatre
825 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA

AEA actors/actors who sing, for various theatres 14-15 seasons.

See THIS breakdown for Media Theatre's Season Info.

See separate notices for each participating theatre's breakdown and Main GPAA EPA notice for current list of participating theatres

All actors will be given 3 minutes to perform: 2 song selections, a song/monologue combination, or 1 monologue. You will be contacted by a staff member to confirm an appointment and will be required to send forty photocopies of your headshot for the attending organizations.

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Appointments will be accepted on a first come first serve bases until full. Equity members are still encouraged to come to the audition to sign up for stand-by list.

See Breakdown for additional note on participating theatres.

· A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Please email
Include the following: Your name, phone number, and choices of appointment times. There are NO fees.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.



music/lyrics Andrew Lippa
book Rick Elice and Marshall Brickman
1st Reh 9/2 runs 9/24 -11/02

Gomez Addams: Male 40-50, Bari-TenorAll Ethnicities A man of Spanish descent who takes great pride in his family and revels in all it means to be an Addams

Morticia Addams: Female 40-59, Soprano,All Ethnicities In shape, attractive, leggy, the strength of the family, an easy comedic actress with a sexy, dry wit

Uncle Fester: Male 40-59, Caucasian, The family member who serves as the musical's narrator, larger than life, an energetic, joyous, child-like presence

Wednesday Addams: Female, 18-25, All Ethnicities An attractive, in shape girl who has the same dry wit and sensibility of her mother, finds love with a “normal” boy (Lucas)

Grandmama: Female, 50+, All Ethnicities A feisty 102-year-old woman, fun and quirky, but don’t mess with her; seeking a comedic actress with strong character vocals

Pugsley Addams: Male, 11-15, Caucasian ,Young actor who plays 12 years old, a charming, funny, husky boy who loves being tortured by his sister

Lurch: Male, 30+, All Ethnicities Very tall, the Addams butler who knows and sees all, speaks in moans and groans; seeking a character actor with low bass vocals.

Mal Beineke: Male, 40-50, Caucasian Stuffy father of Lucas and exasperated husband to his rhyming wife, Alice, at one time was a follower of the Grateful Dead

Alice Beineke: Female, 35-45, Caucasian Mother of Lucas, devoted to her family so she puts aside her own desires, in shape, quirky, often speaks in rhyme

Lucas Beineke: Male, 18-25, All Ethnicities Caucasian male, attractive, in shape young man. Fell in love with Wednesday Addams and plans to marry her

The Ancestors (Chorus / Ensemble): Males & Females, 20-64, All Ethnicities,who sing and have a fun and move well, quirky sensibility, knowledge of tango and flamenco dancing a plus


music Claude-Michel Schonberg
lyrics Alain Boublil & Herbert Kretzmer
book Claude-Michel Schonberg & Alain Boublil
1st Reh 10/27 runs: 11/19 - 1/11/15

Jean Valjean: Male, 35-49, sings to B (high lyric baritone or tenor with strong low notes), a poor peasant who rises to affluence, has great natural nobility

Javert: Male, 35-49, baritone, sings to G, a policeman who relentlessly hunts Valjean, ideally a large man, the ultimate "law and order" figure, obsessed;

Thenardier: Male, 35-49, strong comic character role, a crooked innkeeper, later a petty, amoral thief, greedy, irreverent, selfish, boorish, vulgar, baritone

Marius: Male, 20-29, high baritone (sings to A) with a strong bottom (to A), a member of the revolutionary student movement, attractive and romantic

Enjorlas: Male, 20-35, high baritone (to G sharp/A), very strong singer, a charismatic political figure, the leader of the revolutionary movement

Fantine: Female, 25-40, belt up to C, sings to E flat, a poor factory girl, struggling to support her fatherless daughter, later is a pauper, a prostitute; , lyric sopranothe younger the better, Fantine’s daughter (first seen as and played by a child), delicate, elegant, vulnerable, and beautiful

Eponine: Female, 18-25, an enormous and beautiful belt voice (to C in belt; sings to E flat), the daughter of the Thenardiers, but in no way behaves like them

Madame Thenardier: Female, 30-45, tough, sharp, coarse, boorish, vulgar, strong character comedienne role, belter

Gavroche: Male, 7-11, a spunky street urchin, lots of personality, sings very well

Young Cosette and Young Eponine: Female, 7-11, sweet, innocent waifs with pretty soprano voices.

Ensemble: vriours types, ages and vocal ranges to play various characters


by William Gibson
1st Rehearsal 1/12/15 opens 1/28 closes 2/15/15

Annie Sullivan: Female, 22-28, Caucasian Helen’s teacher, a strong and vibrant woman who is determined to connect Helen to the world, there is a crude vitality to her

Helen Keller: Female, 9-11, Caucasian a deaf blind mute, trapped in her own world, unable to speak, hear, or see, she is almost not human as she has been blind and deaf

Captain Arthur Keller: Male, 40-50, Caucasian Helen’s father

Kate Keller: Female, 28-38, Caucasian ,Helen’s mother who is tormented by Helen’s perceivably insurmountable disability, she seeks to please Helen in order to avoid the tantrums

James Keller: Male, 18-25, Caucasian Helen’s half-brother, son of the captain, described as indolent, sees Helen as mentally defective and believes it best she be put in an asylum

Aunt Ev: Female, 40-60, Helen’s aunt, a talkative, opinionated woman who serves as the catalyst for the Kellers’ contact with the Perkins School for the Blind

Anagnos: Male, 40-55, Annie’s counselor at the Perkins Institution for the Blind, a dear and kind man who is very fond of Annie, serves as a mentor and friend

Viney, Female, 30-50, African Descent, African American servant, cheerful and very loving towards the Keller children.


music David A. Stewart & Glen Ballard
lyrics Bruce Joel Rubin, David A. Stewart & Glen Ballard
book Bruce Joel Rubin
1st Reh 2/9 runs 3/24 - 3/29/15

Sam Wheat: Male, mid-20s to early 30s, tall and handsome, excellent pop/rock tenor, master of his own universe with regard to business and commerce

Molly Jensen: Female, Caucasian late 20s, excellent singer, mezzo with high belt, an artist and woman of the world, an optimist, self-made and independent

Carl Bruner: Male, Caucasian early 30s, high baritone/baritone, Sam’s best friend, desperately wants everything Sam has – including Molly

Oda Mae Brown: Female, African Descent, African American 30s-40s, needs strong comic chops and must have a big soulful vocal, a medium, spirit reader and advisor, she is a smart charlatan

Willie Lopez: Male, Hispanic early 30s, a tough thug, hired to mug Sam and ends up killing him

Louise Brown/Clara Brown: Female, African Descent, African American 30+, must have strong comic chops, vivid characters and have big soulful voices. Oda Mae’s sisters and cohorts in her scams

Subway Ghost: Male, 20s, vocal and physical dexterity essential, nimble physicality very useful, ability to do any acro tricks an advantage.

Ensemble: Males & Females, 20’s+, to play all ages,who sing and move well, seeking an Ethnic mix to play the wide variety of the residents and characters of New York City.


music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, book by Michael Stewart
1st Reh: 3/23 runs: 4/15 - 5/17/15

Dolly Gallagher Levi: Female, 35-50, Excellent singer, a charming, vivacious, meddling matchmaker for hire; a widow who has decided to begin her life again

Horace Vandergelder: Male, 45-65, baritone, a client of Dolly Levi; a widower of some means; believes he wants a docile young wife to take care of him

Irene Molloy: Female, 20-35, soprano, a milliner with a hat shop in New York City; she yearns for romance

Cornelius Hackl: Male, 20-35, yearns for one exciting day in NYC; a romantic at heart; falls in love with Irene

Minnie Fay: Female, character soprano,18-30, excitable, fast talking, and naïve;

Barnaby: 18-30,sweet, gullible, and follows along with whatever Cornelius suggests;

Ermingarde: Female, 18-25, the young niece of Horace Vandergelder; cries often and wants her independence

Ambrose Kemper: Male, 18-25, an explosive young artist seeking to marry Ermingard

Ernestina Money: Female, 25-40, an eccentric looking girl in need of Dolly’s matchmaker services; good comic timing

Rudolf: Male, 40-69, the major-domo of the Harmonia Gardens Restaurant.

Judge: Male, 50-69, white whiskered night court judge; easily moved to tears by romance.

Ensemble: types, ages and vocal ranges who sing and move well to play characters in NYC at the turn of the 20th century

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