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'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS - Casa Manana Theatre Auditions

Posted: October 2, 2012

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'Twas the Night Before Christmas - EPA
Casa Mañana Theatre|Fort Worth, TX


Call Type
Equity Principal

Date of Audition
10/13/2012

Location
Casa Manana Rehearsal Studio
3101 West Lancaster
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Located at the corner of Lancaster and University, directly behind theatre.

Time(s)
Saturday, October 13th, 2012
12 PM - 8 PM (Break 4 PM - 5 PM)
*By Appointment*

  • A monitor willnotbe provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Appointments
By Appointment only. Contact Lindsey Atkinson817.321.5012orlindsey.atkinson@casamanana.org

Contract
TYA
TYA Weekly Minimum $438.75

Seeking
Adult Actors who sing and dance well.

Preparation
Prepare short song. Bring picture and resume stapled together.

Callbacks will immediately follow appointments. Actors should be prepared to cold read or dance, if the character warrants.

Other Dates
First rehearsal on/about November 13; show opens November 24 and closes December 23

Other
www.casamanana.org

Personnel
Wally Jones, Executive Producer
Joe Sturgeon, Director


Breakdown

Molly’s Mother: (mid-twenties to early thirties) A young mother and Army wife with a six year old daughter. Her husband is currently assigned overseas and is expected to be away from home for Christmas. Must be a singer with a strong pop soprano voice.

Molly’s Daddy: (late twenties - mid-thirties) Singer, in a capella quartet.

Macy’s Head Elf: (mid twenties) Overworked child wrangler at Macy’s Santaland. Strong dancer (esp. Tap).

Salvation Army Santa: A man ringing the bell for donations outside Rockefeller Center. Can sing song in classic Motown style. (Also in a capella quartet).

Radio City Lead Reindeer: (20s - early thirties)A woman who heads ushering and crowd control efforts at Radio City Musical Hall. Strong singer and dancer.

Santa Claus: (appears 50s - 60s) The real Santa.


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