SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF - Off Broadway Theatre TBA Auditions

Posted: January 15, 2014

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SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF - EPA
Joey Parnes Productions
New York, NY


Call Type
Equity Principal

Date of Audition
1/27/2014

Location
Pearl Studios NYC "500"
500 Eighth Avenue
(35th/36th Streets)
New York, NY
Studio 405 & 407

Time(s)

Equity Principal Auditions
Monday, January 27, 2014
10 AM to 6 PM
lunch 1:30 to 2:30

> EPA Rules are in effect.
> A monitor will be provided.

Personnel
Company Manager: Kit Ingui
Director: Gordon Edelstein
By: Terry Teachout
Casting: Calleri Casting/ James Calleri and Erica Jensen

Other Dates
First Understudy Rehearsal: February 3, 2014
Preview: February 13, 2014
Opening: March 2, 2014

Contract
Off Broadway
Cat. C; $766 per week

Seeking
This is a one-man show, which has been CAST.

Seeking Male Understudy only: (Character is male late 40s-70s, African-American).

See breakdown for more details.

Breakdown
A breakdown has been added for this notice. See below.

Preparation
Prepare a Two-minute contemporary monologue, drama or comedy.

Bring picture and resume, stapled together.

Other
A one-man show taking place on the night of one of Louis Armstrong’s final performances as he considers his life to that point and the people who influenced him.

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

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

Breakdown

This is a one-man show taking place on the night of one of Louis Armstrong’s final performances as he considers his life to that point and the people who influenced him.

Role has been CAST: John Douglas Thompson

Seeking the following understudy only:

MALE UNDERSTUDY
(Male late 40s-70s, African-American) – Actor portrays musician LOUIS ARMSTRONG in his 70’s speaking candidly to the audience about his life and legacy. He is aged and tired, but retains his charm and sweetness; also portrays manager JOE GLASER – Jewish, cut throat and blunt man who arranged every aspect of Armstrong’s career, and had ties to mob; and portrays MILES DAVIS who doesn’t approve of Armstrong catering to white audiences.


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