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AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' - Crossroads Theatre Company Auditions

Posted: July 2, 2011

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Ain’t Misbehavin’The Fats Waller Musical Show

– Equity Principal Auditions by

APPOINTMENTin NJ

Crossroads Theatre Company New Brunswick NJ LOA (approval/salary level pending; 2010-11 weekly minimum: $555).

Producing Artistic Dir: Marshall Jones, III

Creative Consultant: Ricardo Khan

Concept: Richard Maltby, Jr. and Murray Horwitz
Dir: André De Shields

1st reh: On/about 9/12/11. Runs 10/6-10/ 23.

Equity Principal Auditions by

APPOINTMENT:
Monday, July 11, 2011 Crossroads Theatre

Thursday, July 14, 20117 Livingston Avenue
10 AM - 6 PM both days. New Brunswick, NJ

Lunch from 2 – 3.

For an

appointment,call 732/545-8100. Equity Members without appointments will be seen throughout the audition day, as time permits.

Please prepare a brief song that demonstrates range. Song shouldnotbe from the show’s score. Bring sheet music in the correct key; accompanist is provided, but may not transpose. No a cappella singing.


Please bring a picture & resume, stapled back-to-back.


Seeking (all roles are available):

Armelia:

African American woman, late 20s - early 30s. A deceptively sweet morsel of ample flesh. Wide vocal range. In addition to moving well, Armelia can both purr a ballad in a coquettish soprano, and shout the blues in an earth-shaking alto.

Nell:

African American woman, mid 30s. Has a horn section living in her throat. Nell also moves well, and is sassy, sensual and curvaceous.Think Dinah Washington in her prime.

André:

African American man, mid 30s. Smooth as silk and hot as a pistol.The original “Sportin' Life”, André slithers like a snake when he dances, and takes no prisoners in the game of love. Range: Low to high baritone, with some potential for bass riffs. Think John Bubbles.

Ken:

African American man, late 20s - early 30s. Physically robust, but light on his feet, with a gargantuan appetite for life, love and laughs. He's never met a woman he didn't love.An unabashed tenor, Ken also flirts with bass notes. Think the surrogate Fats Waller.

Charlaine:

African American woman, early 20s. Has an infectious zest for life. A ball of energy and positive vibes; the epitome of joie de vivre. And when she dances, it is as if lightning had struck. It is a welcome surprise to witness the smoky alto that emerges from her wire frame. Think Ethel Waters in peak condition as Mama Stringbean.


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