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9 TO 5 - 3-D THEATRICALS Auditions

Posted: October 4, 2012

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9 to 5 - ECC Dancers
3-D Theatricals|Santa Ana, CA

Call Type
Equity Chorus

Date of Audition

McCoy Rigby Rehearsal Hall
15519 Phoebe Ave.
La Mirada, CA 90638
Street parking is availabe on Phoebe Ave.

Monday, October 15th, 2012
5:30 PM - Male Dancer Sign-In
6 PM - Male Dancer Call
7:30 PM - Female Dancer Sign-In
8 PM - Female Dancer Call

· Chorus rules are in effect.
· A monitor will be provided.
LOA-COST Weekly Minimum TBD ($525 in 2012)

Contracts will be considered for all roles.
See Breakdown for details.

*EPA/ ECC Singer call is scheduled the same day as this Dance Call- see separate postings.

Be prepared to dance. Women bring both character heels and flats.
Men bring jazz shoes.

You may be asked to sing a short vocal selection, preferably in the style of the show, that best shows range. Bring headshot and resume. A Score will be available to sing from the show.

Other Dates
There is an open call scheduled 10/16/12 from 6-11pm @ McCoy Rigby
Callbacks: October 22nd & 23rd (BY APPOINTMENT)
First Rehearsal: 1/21/13
Opens: 02/08/13
Closes: 03/03/13


Exec Producer/Artistic Director/Director: TJ Dawson
Choreographer: Dana Solimando
Musical Director/Conductor: Allen Everman

The show will be playing at the Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton from 02/08/13 to 02/24/13 and will then be transfering to Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center for one additional weekend from 03/01/13 and closing on 03/03/13.

VIOLET NEWSTEAD– 40s to early 50s. We will consider celebrity submissions for this role. Attractive, strong, ambitious woman. Stands up for what she believes in. Head secretary and Mr. Hart’s administrative assistant. She is also a single mother of a teenager. She should have an excellent sense of comedy and be a great and honest actor that can sing and move well. (Lily Tomlin in film.)

DORALEE RHODES– Late 20s- 30s. Sexy in a wholesome country singer way. Character should “suggest” Dolly Parton-like character but not necessarily an impersonator. She must have an excellent sense of comedy and be a great and honest actor with a killer voice and move well; experience with a southern accent is a plus. Needs to sing country with pop flair. (Dolly Parton in the film)

JUDY BERNLY– Mid 30s. Attractive, insecure, at first afraid of being on her own but later becomes empowered and strong. She is the “new” girl. Husband just left her for his secretary. Should be an excellent actor with a strong sense of physical comedy/comedic timing, be a great and honest actor with a killer voice. Has the 11 o’clock number and must have a power house belt/mix. (Jane Fonda in the film)

ROZ KEITH – 40’s-60’s. We will consider celebrity submissions for this role. The office kiss-up and second to the boss, a gossip, has an unrequited love for her boss and will do anything to win his approval. Must be excellent with comedy, strong belt/mix and move well.

FRANKLIN HART – late 40s to early 50s. We will consider celebrity submissions for this role. Arrogant, self-absorbed, male chauvinist corporate 70s boss. Is capable of a surface, smarmy charm. Great with comedy, great baritone/tenor voice and must move well. (Dabney Coleman in the film)

ENSEMBLE: 20’s-40’s. The following roles below will come out of the ensemble. The ensemble is made up of 11 men 9 women. They all must be excellent movers or dancers, sing very well and be smart and funny actors. The best part of this ensemble is that it should be an eclectic group of people of all ages, shapes, sizes and ethnicities. It is not your typical chorus.

MISSY – Someone in her 30’s to 40s to play late 40’s- early 50s. Hart’s wife. Attractive older woman. Fluttery and ditzy. Preferably on the tall and thinner side.

JOE – late 20s to mid 30s. The cute, young, office accountant. He’s smitten with VIOLET. Must be very good looking, charming, great actor.

DICK – late 30s to mid 40s. Judy’s soon-to-be ex-husband. Average middle-aged guy, sporting a little less hair and a little more paunch than he did ten years ago. Great actor. Moves well, dancer a plus.

DWAYNE – late 20s to early 30s. Doralee’s husband, very supportive of Doralee. Should be very attractive, physically fit and look good with his shirt off. Great actor, good voice, experience with a southern accent a plus.

JOSH – To play 16-18. Caucasian. Violet’s teenage son. Good looking, great actor. Must also be able to play in his 20’s for his ensemble track.

MARIA – 30’s. Latina. Great actor and good with a Latin accent.

MARGARET – Preferably to play 30’s-40’s. Caucasian. Secretary. The office lush. The “atta girl” secretary from the film.

OTHER ROLES TO COME FROM THE ENSEMBLE: Bob Enright, Tinsworthy, Dwayne, Daphne, Kathy, Anita, Doctor, Candy Striper, Detective.

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