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ANNIE - Los Angeles Philharmonic Auditions

Posted: April 21, 2018

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Annie - Los Angeles ECC Male Dancers
Los Angeles Philharmonic

AUDITION DATE

Wed, May 02, 2018
10:00 am (PDT)

APPOINTMENTS

ECC rules in effect. In-person sign up begins at 9:30AM on 5/2/18.

CONTRACT

LOA LOA/PP ref WCLO Agreement pending. Previous minimums: $17.80 per rehearsal hour. $173 per performance

SEEKING

See breakdown.

PREPARATION

All will dance first. You may be asked to stay and sing 16 bars of something appropriate.
You MUST bring a picture and resume, and MUST have sheet music in the key in which you will be singing. An accompanist will be provided.

LOCATION

Screenland Studios
10501 Burbank Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91601

PERSONNEL

Director: Michael Arden
Musical Director/Conductor: Todd Ellison
Choreographer: Eamon Foley
Producers: Brian Grohl and Steve Linder for the
Hollywood Bowl/Los Angeles Philharmonic Association
Casting Directors: Michael Donovan, CSA, Margery Simkin, Beth Lipari, CSA
Casting Associate: Richie Ferris, CSA

OTHER DATES

Callbacks: 5/4 and/or 5/6 and/or 5/7
Rehearsals begin: 7/16
Performances: 7/27, 7/28, 7/29

OTHER

Music: Charles Strouse
Lyrics: Martin Charnin
Book: Thomas Meehan
ECC Procedures are in effect for this audition.
An Equity monitor will be provided.
Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition.
Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.

BREAKDOWN

All roles not listed have been cast. Auditions for juvenile roles were held on 4/15/18.

LILY ST. REGIS – Rooster’s girlfriend. An egotistical gold digger. She and Rooster pose as Annie’s “parents” so they can fool Warbucks and collect the $50,000 reward.

STAR TO BE – Female, an upcoming Broadway star who sings “N.Y.C.”

BERT HEALEY – Radio announcer who agrees to broadcast Annie’s search for her parents.

FDR – President of the U.S.A., he aids Warbucks in the search for Annie’s parents. Upon meeting Annie, he is inspired to make a new deal, and restore America’s economy.

MALE DANCERS - 2 Men, 20s – 30s, all ethnicities. Strong dancer/singers.

FEMALE DANCERS – 2 Women, 20s – 30s, all ethnicities. Strong dancer/singers.

MALE ENSEMBLE – 5 Men, 20s – 60s, all ethnicities, all types – strong actor/singers who move well, to play a variety of roles:
#1: Plays Bundles - the laundry man that Hannigan keeps hitting on; Hull - one of FDR’s cabinet members; Eddie - one of the homeless of Hooverville.
#2: Plays Drake - the butler at the Warbucks mansion; Fred McCracken - a ventriloquist working with a dummy, who guests on Bert Healey’s show.
#3: Plays Dog Catcher - who goes after Sandy; Ickes – one of FDR’s cabinet members; a Judge – called upon to assist in Annie’s adoption.
#4: Plays Lt. Ward – a policeman sent to find Annie; Lt. Johnson – a different policeman; Morganthau – one of FDR’s cabinet.
#5: Plays Asst. Dogcatcher

FEMALE ENSEMBLE – 5 Women, 20s – 60s, all ethnicities, all types – strong actor/singers who move well, to play a variety of roles:
#1: Plays Cecile – one of the servants at the Warbucks mansion; Ronnie Boylan – one of the Boylan sisters, who sing on the Bert Healey show.
#2: Plays Connie Boylan – one of the Boylan sisters who sing on the Bert Healey show; Sophie the Kettle – one of the homeless of Hooverville.
#3: Plays Mrs. Pugh – one of the servants at the Warbucks mansion.
#4: Plays Bonnie Boylan – one of the Boylan sisters who sing on the Bert Healey show; Annette – one of the servants at the Warbucks mansion.
#5: Plays Apple Seller – one of the homeless of Hooverville; Mrs. Greer – one of the servants at the Warbucks mansion; Perkins – one of FDR’s cabinet.



Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to audition.

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