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BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO - Ivoryton Playhouse Auditions

Posted: August 7, 2012

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-OPEN Auditionsby Appointment
Ivoryton Playhouse Ivoryton, CT SPT $380/week minimum.
Executive/Artistic Director: Jacqueline Hubbard
Musical Director: John DeNicola

Book: Erik Jackson, Ben H. Winters
Music: Neil Sedaka
Lyrics: Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield & Philip Cody
1st rehearsal: 9/11/12. Runs: 9/26-10/14/12 (Matinees: Wed, Sun; Evenings: Wed thru Sat).

OPENAuditions(Equity/non-Equity)by Appointment:
Monday, August 13, 2012at Pearl Studios 500
12 PM – 4 PM500 Eighth Ave, #407
New York, NY 10018

Call 860-767-9520 for appointment
Prepare a song in the style of the show. Sides are available on line
Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together.


Marge Gelman
(mid to late 20s; mezzo soprano, comfortable to an E and possibly beyond, preferably a legit sound): Abandoned at the altar, Marge is an aspiring dentist from Brooklyn who finds herself in the Catskills on what would have been her honeymoon weekend. (Think Jennifer Grey in DIRTY DANCING) Duped into falling for the suave band leader, she ultimately finds self-esteem, learns the value of honesty and friendship and finds love where she least expected it.

Del Delmonaco
(late 20s to 30s; tenor, comfortable to an A—the higher the better): An Elvis wannabe, Del is not the brightest bulb on the tree. (Think Conrad Birdie or Joey from FRIENDS). Del will do anything to get ahead, including misleading Marge into thinking he loves her and stealing his cousin Gabe's songs for his own use.

(mid to late 20s; tenor, Bb-C range): The clumsy, brainy and terribly shy Guy Friday at the hotel, Gabe is on a fast track to joining his father's orthodontia practice. Lacking the self-confidence to perform his own music, Gabe he is secretly the songwriting genius behind the music Del claims as his own. When Gabe meets Marge, he is compelled to take action to win her heart and, ultimately, to reveal himself as the true musician, performing his own songs in front of the whole resort.

Theatre’s mailing address: Ivoryton Playhouse, PO Box 458, Ivoryton CT 06442.

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