SISTER ACT– Equity Chorus Call / Dancers
Broadway / Production Contract; $1703/week minimum
Producers: Whoopi Goldberg & Stage Entertainment
Music: Alan Menken
Lyrics: Glenn Slater
Book: Cheri and Bill Steinkellner
Additional Book Material: Douglas Carter Beane
Director: Jerry Zaks
Choreographer: Anthony Van Laast
Musical Supervisor: Michael Kosarin
General Manager: 321 Theatrical Management
Casting: Telsey + Company/Craig Burns
Equity Chorus Call / Dancers:
Monday, March 19, 2012New Pearl Studios
10:30 AM – Equity male dancers519 8th Avenue, 12th Floor
2 PM – Equity female dancersNew York, NY
Be prepared to dance. Females should wear character heels. After dancing, you may be asked to sing 16 bars of a pop song, disco song, or contemporary musical theatre song in the style of Alan Menken. Bring sheet music and a photo/resume stapled together. A piano accompanist will be provided.
SEEKING, for possible future replacements in the Broadway company:
Characters are 20 – 55, all ethnicities. Seeking great singers and strong movers of all types, shapes, and sizes. Should have style and the ability to play various characters—including nuns and blue-collar Philadelphians—and understudy principal roles. Also seeking women to play TINA and MICHELLE (Deloris’ back-up singers; low-rent, but sexy, wannabe Pointer Sisters, whose moves are smooth and their attitude sassy); they need to be strong dancers. There are two additional strong dancers among the Female Ensemble. All need very strong legit and belt voices.
Characters are 20 – 55, all ethnicities. Seeking great singers (with disco falsetto, a la Bee Gees, Beach Boys, Four Seasons) and strong movers of all ethnic types, shapes, and sizes. Should have style and the ability to play various small roles—including blue-collar Philadelphians—and understudy principal roles.
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