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DAMN YANKEES - 3-D Theatricals Auditions

Posted: May 6, 2014

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3-D Theatricals|Orange County, CA

Date of Audition:

Call Type
Equity Chorus

Monday, May 19, 2014
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Lunch break1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Sign up begins at9:00 AM

LOA to COST Minimum $530/wk

3DT Rehearsal Hall
1255 N. Knollwood Circle
Anaheim, CA 92801
Ample parking available in lot. Street Parking also available on Knollwood.

Seeking local talent. Preference given to those that are local to Southern California. Those wanting to be considered for baseball players MUST attend the ECC for male dancers Monday evening.

Please sing something that shows off your range in the style of the show. NO CONTEMPORARY, NO Jason Robert Brown, NO Pop, Rock, etc. Bring sheet music in correct key. A score will be provided if singing from the show. Please bring headshot and resume. Accompanist will be provided.

Other Dates
Open call5/20/146p-11p at 3DT Rehearsal Hall
Callbacks:May 22,May 27 & 28.
First Rehearsal Non-union: 6/16 AEA: 6/23
Opens: 7/11 Closes: 8/10
Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton: 7/11-7/27
Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center: 8/1-8/10

Non-Union will be seen.

Exec Producer/Artistic Director: TJ Dawson
Director: Alan Souza
Musical Director/Conductor: Diane King Vann
Choreographer: Dana Solimando
Casting/Audition Coordinator: Amber Snead
· A monitor will

notbe provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


Contracts will be considered for all roles.

APPLEGATE (about 35-40 years old) The Devil in the disguise of a savvy, charming, sexy, very handsome persona. He convinces Joe Boyd to sell his soul and ends up not only surprised to be competing with him for Lola’s affections, but also hoodwinked by genuine expressions of the heart. Brad Pitt meets Will Ferrell in a vaudevillian wrapper! Traditionally, this role can be played by an older character actor, we will consider traditional types for this role as well. (Baritone do D#)

JOE BOYD (about 50-55 years old) An average real-estate salesman who is a true blue baseball fanatic, a bit of a dreamer, and a boy at heart. Passionate but sympathetic. (Baritone to F)
JOE HARDY (about 22 years old) Super handsome, super buff. An all-American, all-star baseball hero who is powerful and ready for anything. He evolves from naïveté and drive to heartfelt compassion. (Strong, lyric Bari-Tenor to G)

VAN BUREN (50’s or older) The blue-collar manager of the Washington Senators, directly out of baseball-lore history. Grumpy, gruff, but ultimately with lots of heart; baseball is in his blood and bones. (Character Baritone – top note F)

ROCKY (20’S-30’S) A baseball player for the Washington Senators. Cocky, but a little bit dopey, too. He’s a guy’s guy. Strong comedic skills and is a dancer or moves extremely well. Must sing harmony well. Featured in HEART. (Strong 1st Tenor to high Bb)

SMOKEY (20’s-30’s) A catcher for the Washington Senators. Not the sharpest tool in the shed. Tries to be a tough guy like Rocky, but truly is not. Strong comedic skills and is a dancer or moves extremely well. Must sing harmony well. Featured in HEART. (Bari to F)

VERNON (20’s-30’s) A baseball player for the Washington Senators. Strong comedic skills and is a dancer or moves extremely well. Must sing harmony well. Featured in HEART. (Bari to F)

BASEBALL PLAYERS (20’s to early 30’s) Fit, athletic, comic types. Must all be great, exuberant dancers and singers…and be funny! A few must hold tight vocal parts well. Tumbling a plus but not necessary. (Tenors to Basses)

MR WELCH/MR LYNCH/COMMISSIONER (40’s to 50’s) Ensemble men who will play various supporting roles. Good, solid singers and actors.

LOLA (20’s-30’s) A sexy and voluptuous temptress; devious and dangerous, magnetic and irresistible….but hilarious! Eventually falls for/empathizes with Joe Hardy, revealing a huge heart at the center of her allure. Must dance/move really well. (Star quality low Alto range from low F to belt C)

MEG BOYD (early 50s) Loyal, smart, empathetic, traditional wife of Joe Boyd. Very much in love, she mourns Joe in his absence but holds great faith in his return. (Strong Alto - low G to Mezzo range, top note F)

GLORIA THORPE (about 30 years old) Spunky, sassy and ambitious, tenacious and vicious…..always after ‘the scoop.’ A woman in a man’s world and funny! Must dance/move really well. (Strong Alto Mix-Belt to D)

SISTER and DORIS (late 40’s-late 50’s) Meg’s eccentric, brassy friends. Die-hard Washington Senators fans! (Alto to Mezzo range top note C – belt/mix)

MISS WESTON and WIVES (30s to 50s) Baseball wives, fans, organizer, and reporters. All great singers with movement skills.

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