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A DOG STORY, THE MUSICAL - A Dog Story The Musical, LLC Auditions

Posted: August 5, 2016

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A DOG STORY, The Musical - NYC EPA

A Dog Story the Musical, LLC


Aug 19, 2016
9:30 am - 5:30 pm (EDT)
Lunch 1 to 2


Off Broadway Mini Contract; $378/week


Equity actor/singers for various roles and understudies. See breakdown


Please prepare a brief comedic musical theatre selection (traditional or contemporary). Bring sheet music; accompanist provided.


Actors' Equity New York Audition Center
165 West 46th Street
16th Floor
New York, NY 10036


Producer: Gayla D. Morgan; Book: Eric H. Weinberger; Music and Lyrics: Gayla D. Morgan; Executive Producer: Ken Davenport; Director: Justin Baldridge; Music Director: Emily Marshall; General Management: DTE Management; Casting Director: Michael Cassara, CSA


Rehearsals: on/about 9/26; First preview 11/3 ; Opening: on/about 11/17; Closes: 3/9/2017; (Understudy contracts would begin on/about 10/20); 18-week limited run

An Equity monitor will be provided.
Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.



30ish, male. An attorney. Nerdy but attractive. A workaholic, Roland is driven, ambitious, goal-oriented, and smart. He is good-hearted but rather naïve about life outside of work - his goal at the top of the show is happiness via career advancement. Personally, he is very ill at ease with women to whom he is attracted. He knows nothing about caring for a dog when he gets one. His relationship with his puppy, Cupid, helps him see that happiness may instead be found through a meaningful relationship. Tenor.


A dog trainer. Mid-to-late 20s. Perhaps somewhat tomboyish in appearance, Miranda is ultra serious about her job, and doesn’t much care if people are offended by her spiky, no-nonsense manner. Having rejected the privileged lifestyle in which she was raised, she is especially disgusted by many of her clients’ entitled attitudes and assumes most of them won’t take her training seriously. As far as she’s concerned, everything Roland says from the moment they meet (until a revealing personal conversation) affirms this perspective. Her tough, all-business outer veneer covers up vulnerability and a great desire for love. Belter with a soft/sweet low range.


30ish, male. Roland’s best buddy. Could be played by a range of physical types. A legend in his own mind with women, Guy always has sex on the brain, and is frustrated when rebuffed (which has been happening frequently lately). He probably was a popular and successful high school jock, and is still much more into play than work. He is indiscreet and inappropriate at times, but good-natured and a loyal friend to Roland. Bari-tenor.


mid-to-late 20s, female. A hedge fund manager and the gorgeous, sultry object of Roland’s desire. Blair is an ambitious workaholic who – at her young age - has risen very quickly in high-level financial circles. She is bright, articulate and engaging – and also has a wild side that is not revealed until her first date with Roland. Soprano.


offstage understudy who will cover ROLAND and GUY.


offstage understudy who will cover MIRANDA and BLAIR.

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