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CHASING THE SONG - La Jolla Playhouse Auditions

Posted: December 10, 2013

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CHASING THE SONG - Submit for NY Appointment

La Jolla Playhouse
La Jolla, CA

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Director: Christopher Ashley
Book/Lyrics: Joe DiPietro
Music/Lyrics: David Bryan
Choreographer: Sergio Trujillo
Casting: Telsey + Company / Rachel Hoffman

Indicate in subject line: CHASING THE SONG/role of_____/AEA Submission

Submit ASAP for consideration.

LORT Non-Rep
LORT B; $812/week AEA minimum

Submissions from AEA members only for these appointments.

Note: In order to be considered via this posting, the AEA member must submit him/herself directly.

NYC auditions will be in mid December and will continue into 2014.

A breakdown has been added for this notice. See below.

Other Dates
1st Rehearsal: early April, 2014 (in La Jolla)
1st preview: Early May, 2014
Closes: Early/Mid June, 2014


Female, Caucasian, 40s-50s; owner of a small music publishing company in the 1960s. She is a woman in a man’s world; a force of nature. Great singer.

Female, Caucasian, 20s; young and enthusiastic; very talented young songwriter from New Jersey. She dreams of performing her songs, but is told she doesn’t have the look needed to be on the stage. Specifically looking for an actor who plays piano or guitar or at least has some experience with one of these instruments. Great singer.

Male, 20s, Caucasian. Small guy with a big ego. A very gifted Jewish songwriter. Nerdy, off-beat, and ego-driven. Specifically looking for an actor who plays piano or guitar or at has some experience with at least one of these instruments. Great rock singing voice.

Male, 20s, Caucasian. Jessie’s writing partner. Jessie describes him as “a white guy with the soul of a black guy.” Comic skills a plus. Great rock/r&b singing voice. If the actor plays piano or guitar or has some experience in one of the two, that is ideal, but please submit actors regardless of experience on these instruments.

Male, 47, Caucasian. From the heyday of Tin Pan Alley. Shy and quiet, and doesn’t easily relate to the songwriters around him. Must sing well. If the actor plays piano or has some experience, that is ideal, but please submit actors regardless of experience on piano.

Female, 20’s, African-American. A secretary and Fatman Freddy’s girlfriend. Full of personality and spunk – think of a young Loretta Devine. Great singer

Male, 50s, Caucasian. A grey-flannel suit of a man. Good singer

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