LES MISERABLES - Dallas Theater Center Auditions

Posted: February 12, 2014

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LES MISERABLES - Equity Principal Auditions

Dallas Theater Center|Dallas, TX

Date of Audition:

Call Type
Equity Principal

Equity Principal Auditions
Monday, March 24th, 2014
10 AM to 6 PM
lunch 1:30 to 2:30

LORT Non-Rep
Cat C; ($821 per week)

Telsey + Company
315 West 43rd Street, 10th floor
New York, NY

Equity men and women actors who sing for five roles.

see breakdown.

Please come prepared to sing a short musical theater song in the style of the show. Piano accompaniment will be provided.

Please bring a headshot/resume stapled together.

Other Dates
1st Rehearsal in Dallas: May 24, 2013
1st Performance in Dallas: June 27, 2014
Opening: July 4, 2014
Closes: August 17, 2014

New York Casting: Telsey + Company, Patrick

General Manager: Dallas Theatre Center, Alfred Butler

Director: Liesl Tommy
Choreographer: Christopher Windom
Based on the Novel By: Victor Hugo
Music: Claude-Michel Schonberg
Lyrics: Herbert Kretzmer
Music Director: TBD

· EPA 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.


Male, ages from mid-30s to early-50s over the course of the play. A man of enormous physical, emotional, and moral strength. The hero of the story; mature, compassionate, and consistently in pursuit of freedom and Godliness. Released on parole after 19-years on the chain gang, he has a kind heart and a strong sense of moral and ethical duty. Tenor or high baritone (low A to high B-flat).

Male, Late 30s – early 50’s. Must be an excellent actor with great presence. A man of the law whose search for Valjean becomes his reason for living, and eventually obsession. Emotional scars have left him rigid and unbending. Baritone (low F to high F#).

Female, 30s. Attractive woman forced into prostitution out of the necessity to survive and provide for her young daughter, Cosette. Her life has held much pain and misery. She is ravaged by poverty, misfortune, and degradation. Mezzo-soprano with a High Belt (G-flat to E-flat).

Female, early to mid-20s. The Thenardier’s daughter; young and petite, yet streetwise and tough. Hopelessly in unrequited love with Marius. Sensitive, good-hearted, and often lonely. Alto with a high belt (F# - E).

Male, 20s. Attractive young romantic hero of the story. A man swept up in the politics of the revolutionary movement. Impulsive and passionate, yet capable of great courage and compassion. Tenor/Baritenor with a lyrical voice (low A to A-flat).

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