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BRING IT ON - National Tour Auditions

Posted: January 3, 2012

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BRING IT ON– OPEN Auditions (Equity and Non-Equity)

U.S. Tour / Small Engagement Touring Agreement (SETA); $741/week minimum

Producers: Universal Pictures Stage Productions/Glenn Ross and Beacon Communications/Armyan Bernstein & Charlie Lyons

Executive Producers: Kristin Caskey and Mike Isaacson

Directed & Choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler

Libretto by Jeff Whitty

Music by Tom Kitt and Lin-Manuel Miranda

Lyrics by Amanda Green and Lin-Manuel Miranda

Music Supervision by Alex Lacamoire

General Management by 321 Theatrical Management

Casting: Telsey + Company

Dates: Tour is currently running

OPEN Auditions (Equity and Non-Equity performers) for DANCERS who sing

Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at Chelsea Studios

10 AM – Female dancers who sing151 West 26th Street, 6th Floor

2 PM – Male dancers who singNew York, NY


Equity audition procedures are NOT in effect. No Equity monitor provided. Producer runs all aspects of the audition.

Please come prepared to dance. Bring 16-bars of a pop-rock song in case you are asked to sing. Bring sheet music in correct key; accompanist provided but may not transpose.

Bring picture and resume, stapled together.

Callbacks will be held January 18 and 19.

This call is for upcoming and future replacements. NOTE: If you are an ELITE cheerleader, and are interested in BRING IT ON, please visit our website for instructions about how to audition at:www.bringitonmusical.com

BRING IT ON: THE MUSICAL is a brand new story surrounding the world of competitive high school cheerleading.


SEEKING:


Male & Female Dancers Who Sing:

All ethnicities to play high school students/cheerleaders (must legally be 18 years of age by rehearsal start date). Must be excellent, athletic dancers with hip-hop dance skills. Cheerleading skills a plus.


Female Ensemble 1:

High School student. Caucasian female (or any ethnicity). Great dancer who sings very well. Covers the principal roles of CAMPBELL & EVA. (CAMPBELL: Our central character: truly nice and kind, sincere, who slips easily in and out of a "cheerleader" affect but possesses an innate intelligence. Being captain of the squad means everything to her. A leader, driven, can be easily flustered. Senior in high school. Pop/rock singer, good belt range. EVA: Immensely likeable, sweet, fragile-seeming Freshman who joins the Truman squad – and turns out to be a sociopathic back-stabbing climber who takes over the squad and ruins the lives of many. (But more emphasis on “sweet and fragile” – we shouldn't see it coming.) Pop/rock voice.)


Female Ensemble 2:

High School student. Latina or Asian female (or any ethnicity). Great dancer who sings well. Covers the principal roles of BRIDGET, SKYLAR, and KYLAR. (BRIDGET: Gawky, nerdy, jolly and insecure. A bouncy optimist in spite of her perceived shortcomings. Overweight to some degree, self-effacing to a fault, she blossoms into confidence over the course of the show. Great singer with R&B and riffing skills. SKYLAR: A more stereotypical "bitchy" cheerleader type, funny, loyal to her friends, not terribly invested in her education. One of Campbell's wing-women at the beginning of the show. Good singer and skilled comedienne. KYLAR: A slightly less-intelligent version of Skylar and a year behind her. Rather a follower, also one of Campbell's sidekicks. Good singer.)


Female Ensemble 3:

High School student. African-American female (or any ethnicity). Great dancer. Must have RAP skills as she has a featured solo. Covers the principal roles of DANIELLE and NAUTICA. (DANIELLE: The "Queen Bee" of Jackson High School, regal, dominating, complicated. Is head of a talented dance crew. Has a wicked sense of humor behind a composed mask. Loyal to her friends, can be lacerating to her enemies. But is ultimately fair. R&B sound, good belt range. NAUTICA: Outgoing, funny sidekick to Danielle; sassy, loyal, can be aggressive when called for. Good singer with R&B and bluesy chops.)


Male Ensemble 1 / Cameron:

African-American or Latino male. Sexy boyfriend of Danielle, a star athlete who lets his guard down as he joins the Jackson cheerleading squad. Good singer with good hip-hop/rap skills. Must have significant dancing/cheerleading skills.


Male Ensemble 2:

African-American or Latino male (or any ethnicity). High School student. Excellent dancer. Must have RAP skills. Covers the principal role of TWIG and ensemble feature CAMREON (see Cameron description above) – (TWIG: A funny, well-meaning flirt who, develops an instant attraction to curvaceous Bridget. Good singer with excellent hip-hop/rap skills.)


Male Ensemble 3:

Caucasian male (or any ethnicity). High School student. Great dancer. Plays the featured “Cheer Camp Leader,” a fun-loving cheerleading enthusiast. Covers the principal roles of STEVEN and LA CIENEGA. (STEVEN: A handsome, slightly vapid puppy-dog, begins the show as Campbell's boyfriend. Easily manipulated. Means well. LA CIENEGA: A male-to-female transgender teenager. Any ethnicity; Her gender is simply not an issue, accepted by her friends, barely referred to. BFFs with Nautica and Danielle. Has a wicked tongue but a generous spirit. Good singer with R&B and bluesy chops.)


Male Ensemble 4:

Male, any ethnicity. High School student. Great dancer. Tumbling/cheerleading skills a plus. Covers the principal role of RANDALL and others. (RANDALL: Male, any ethnicity; Campbell's developing love interest. Cute, "alternative," an expert DJ with an easy and generous confidence. Pop/rock tenor voice.)


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