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CAROUSEL **Updated** - Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston Auditions

Posted: March 3, 2016

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Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston | Waltham, MA

Date of Audition:

Call Type
Equity Principal

Equity Principal/Chorus Auditions

Friday, March 18, 2016 (Singing Auditions)
2:30 PM to 10:30 PM

Saturday, March 19, 2016 (Dancing Auditions/Dancing Callbacks)
9 AM to 12:30 PM (you must attend the singing auditions first)

$571 /week

Reagle Music Theatre
617 Lexington Street
Waltham, MA
The building is the same address/location as Waltham High School

Skilled performers, singers, and dancers for all principal and ensemble roles

See breakdown for details

When requesting an appointment, specify if you are requesting only a singing appointment or both a singing and dancing appointment.

Prepare 32 bars from or in the style of the show. Singing from the show is preferred.

Some may be asked to come back & dance the following day.

Note: if you are a dancer, you must attend the 3/18 singing auditions first in addition to making an appointment for the dancing auditions on 3/19

Other Dates
Callback Auditions: 3/20, 9am to 12:30pm

Non-Equity performers will also be seen as time permits at the auditions.

1st reh: 5/24/16. Runs: 6/9 - 6/19

see breakdown for personnel attending the auditions

Music by Richard Rodgers
Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Original Dances by Agnes De Mille
Orchestrations by Don Walker
Dance Arrangements by Trude Rittmann
  • A monitor will

    not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

AEA Members Contact or call 781-891-5600. sign-ups close Thur 3/17 at 4:30 p.m.
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


Producing Artistic Director: Robert J. Eagle (expected to attend auditions)
Director and Choreographer: Rachel Bertone (expected to attend auditions)
Music Director: Dan Rodriguez (expected to attend auditions)
Assistant to the Producer: Christian Krenek, Assistant to the Producer (may attend the auditions)


Enoch Snow (Supporting):
A young fisherman. Enoch thinks of everything—from money to his potential family size—on a grandiose scale. He falls in love with Carrie Pipperidge and does his best to provide for her. Tenor (B2-A4).

Jigger Cragin (Supporting):
A young whaler and ruffian. A friend of Billy Bigelow’s, Jigger is a mean-spirited man whose vices include drinking, gambling, and lechery. He convinces Bigelow to join him on a robbery to provide cash for Julie Jordan. Baritone.

Mr. Bascombe (Male, Featured):
A wealthy businessman and owner of the town’s textile mill. Stout and proud, Mr. Bascombe expects a high level of morality from his employees. Bass-Baritone.

The Starkeeper/Dr. Seldon (Male, Featured):
The Starkeeper is a celestial being (originally named “Mr. God”) who runs the afterlife and challenges Billy to return to Earth to prove himself worth of entering Heaven. Dr. Seldon is an elderly physician (and quite possibly the Starkeeper in disguise) beloved by the community. Spoken.


Carrie Pipperidge (Female, Supporting):
A cheerful young woman who works at Bascombe’s Mill. Carrie is quite open about her emotions, and dreams of spending her life in the arms of Enoch Snow. She is also somewhat naïve, but has the best of intentions. Soprano (D4-G5).

Louise Bigelow (Female, Supporting):
Billy and Julie’s fifteen-year-old daughter, who is born after her father’s death. She grows up sullen and hard-hearted due to her father’s reputation as a crook and wife-beater, prompting Billy to return to Earth to help her. Must be an excellent dancer.

Nettie Fowler (Female, Supporting):
Julie Jordan’s cousin, a businesswoman who runs a small seaside resort and spa. A kindhearted lady, Nettie allows Billy and Julie and Julie to stay with her after they lose their jobs. She also serves as Julie’s confidante and source of support after Billy’s death. Mezzo-soprano (C4-G5).

Mrs. Mullin (Female, Featured):
The widowed owner of the titular carousel. Mrs. Mullin has her eye on Billy and, after seeing his affection for Julie, becomes jealous and fires him. She later reappears in an effort to bring him back to the carousel (and possibly her arms). Spoken. NOTE: The roles of Billy Bigelow and Julie Jordan have ALREADY BEEN CAST. Thank you.

The citizens of the town, including millworkers, fishermen/whalers, parents, policemen, and other adults. There is also a group of featured ensemble members who play various roles in the amusement park at the top of the show, including a Clown, Dancing Bear, and “The Three Beauties of Europe.” The Ensemble must be able to move well; there are opportunities for solos/small roles throughout.

Must be excellent dancers with strong ballet/jazz technique who sing well. Both men and women should have partnering experience. Some members of the amusement park ensemble will be taken from this group.

The children of the town, ranging in age from child to mid-teen. Will be auditioned at a later date.

Please watch our website and social media pages for audition dates/times regarding our next two summer musicals:
THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE: First Rehearsal June 21st; First Performance July 7th; Closing July 17th
CRAZY FOR YOU: First Rehearsal July 19th; First Performance August 4th; Closing August 14th

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