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A CHORUS LINE - Olney Theatre Center Auditions

Posted: February 12, 2013

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A CHORUS LINE– Equity Principal Dancer Auditions
Olney Theatre Center (Olney, MD)COST, TIER 1 $632/week
Director/Choreographer: Stephen Nachamie
Musical Director: Tba
Conceived And Originally Directed/Choreographed By Michael Bennett
Book By James Kirkwood And Nicholas Dante
Music By Marvin Hamlisch
Lyrics By Edward Kleban
Co-Choreographed By Bob Avian
Rehearsals From: July 9-31, 2013. Previews From: August 1-3, 2013
Runs: August 3 - September 1, 2013
Possible Extension Through: September 8, 2013

Equity Principal Dancer Auditions
Thursday, February 21, 2013at Pearl Studios 519
10 AM – Equity Female Dancers519 8thAvenue (Studio C auditions, H for holding)
2 PM – Equity Male DancersNew York

NOTE: Due to the nature of a principal dancer audition, Equity CHORUS CALL procedures will be used. Sign-up sheets go up one week prior at the AEA Desk Monitor in the 1stfloor lobby of the Times Square Visitor’s Center in the AEA building.

Bring appropriate dance clothes, women please bring heels. Men please bring character shoes or jazz sneakers. No tap shoes are needed for this call. Please bring 16 bars (with sheet music) of an uptempo song in the event that you are asked to stay and sing after the dance call.
Bring picture and resume, stapled together.


NOTE: There will be an OPEN call forNon-Equityperformers on Friday, February 22, 2012, 10am non-AEA women, 2pm non-AEA men, also at Pearl Studios, 519 8thAvenue. Bring appropriate dance clothes, women please bring heels. Men please bring character shoes or jazz sneakers. No tap shoes are needed for this call. Please bring 16 bars (with sheet music) of an uptempo song in the event that you are asked to stay and sing after the dance call.
Bring picture and resume, stapled together.

NOTE: The Olney Theatre has recently made some changes in their upcoming season and some of the productions previously announced and auditioned for are no longer being produced at the Olney Theatre. CARNIVAL is no longer in the season lineup and A CHORUS LINE is its replacement

This Equity Principal Dancer Audition is a non-required, extra AEA call. Both principal dancer roles and ensemble dancers will be auditioned at this call and run with Equity Chorus Call procedures.
Seeking:

Zach -35-45; an ambitious and obsessed up-and-coming broadway director and choreographer- auditioning his next big broadway show. A commanding presence with a great speaking voice. Must sing and dance.

Larry -20s- 30s; zach's assistant and right hand man. A strong dancer.

Alan Deluca- 20s-30s; baritone/tenor; macho, from bronx- married to kristine.

Bebe Benzenheimer- 20s; alto; from boston. New to the broadway scene, practical, funny.

Bobby Mills- 20s; baritone; talented, funny, is a bit of a "twisted sister." has great childhood stories.strong triple threat.

CassieFerguson- 30s; soprano; was a star dancer on broadway who did not make it in hollywood; coming back to get a second chance to do what she loves. Very strong triple threat (originated by donna mckechnie).

Connie Wong -late 20s/early 30s; alto; experienced dancer, short, spunky, asian american.

Diana Morales- 20s; alto; spunky, energetic, optimistic, puerto rican.

Don Kerr- 20s; baritone; married, cool, sure of self, all-american.

Judy Turner- 20s; mezzo; gawky, tall, quirky, and fun.

Kristine Urich- mezzo; wide-eyed, naïve, nervous when not dancing, "can't sing.” Married to al. Strong triple threat.

Maggie Winslow- 20s; soprano; gentle presence with strong mix and belt. Came to dance to escape unhappy childhood. Strong triple threat.

Mark Anthony- 20; tenor; talented and warm, innocent newcomer to show business.

Mike Costa- 20s; tenor; aggressive, determined, cocky, macho. Strong triple threat.

Paul San Marco- mid 20s/early 30s; baritone/tenor; from ny- puerto rican. Strong dancer, much more reticent to speak than the rest. Begin his adult life and career and acceptance as a gay man as a drag queen and is starting his life again as a broadway dancer.

Richie Walters- 20s/30s; tenor; african american, strong dancer, very laid back and funny. Strong triple threat.

Sheila Bryant- 30; alto; began as a showgirl, is moving up to featured roles. Fun, quick with a quip, and knows how the business works. Knows zach well.

ValerieClark- mezzo; energetic, saucy and fun. Has had some "body enhancement" surgery to help her get noticed in the biz. Strong triple threat.

Also seeking
Ensemble Dancers:
Also looking for seven (7) strong dancers 18-30s who can cover all roles and play auditionees in the opening sequence aswell as understudy and pit sing.

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