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STAGGER LEE - Dallas Theater Center Auditions

Posted: June 6, 2014

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STAGGER LEE - Equity Chorus Calls / Singers
Dallas Theater Center|Dallas, TX

Date of Audition:
6/17/2014


Call Type
Equity Chorus

Time(s)
Equity Chorus Calls - Signers
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
10:30am: Male Singers
2:00pm: Female Singers

Contract
Other
See other

Location
Pearl Studios NYC "500"
500 Eighth Avenue
(35th/36th Streets)
New York, NY
12th Floor.


Seeking
Equity Actors (m/f) who sing. See Breakdown for details.

Preparation
Actors should come prepared to sing 32 bars of a blues, jazz, or soul song from 1930’s to present that shows off range and musical ability. An accompanist will be provided. Please also bring a headshot and resume stapled together.

Other Dates
DALLAS WORKSHOP: 5-week workshop from Mid-October, 2014 to Mid-November 2014
DALLAS THEATER CENTER PRODUCTION: Rehearsals begin in Dallas 12/22/14 with a run through February 15, 2015. DTC Performance start date and opening night date TBD.

Other
Dallas Workshop production - Contract Pending
Dallas Theater Center production - LORT C contract; $753/wk min.

Casting: Telsey + Company, Patrick Goodwin

Personnel
Dir: Patricia McGregor
Music: Will Power & Justin Ellington
Book & Lyrics: Will Power
Mus Dir: Daryl Waters
Choreo: Millicent Johnnie
GM: Dallas Theater Center, Alfred Butler Casting: Telsey + Company, Patrick Goodwin

· 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.


Breakdown

SEEKING:

MALE ENSEMBLE- Males, 20’s-50’s. African-American. Compromised of various ages and character types, the ensemble forms the bedrock of the play. Individually, members of the ensemble come forth throughout the story to play a variety of roles. Collectively, the ensemble creates the various communities that interact with the principles. Must have excellent dance skills from many different time periods/eras and be able to partner extremely well. Must also have an excellent, wide-ranging singing voice with the ability to sing music from several different eras. ENSEMBLE.

FEMALE ENSEMBLE- Females, 20’s-50’s. African-American. Compromised of various ages and character types, the ensemble forms the bedrock of the play. Individually, members of the ensemble come forth throughout the story to play a variety of roles. Collectively, the ensemble creates the various communities that interact with the principles. Must have excellent dance skills from many different time periods/eras and be able to partner extremely well. Must also have an excellent, wide-ranging singing voice with the ability to sing music from several different eras. ENSEMBLE.


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