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DUCK COMMANDER FAMILY MUSICAL - Dodger Theatrical Auditions

Posted: December 8, 2014

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DUCK COMMANDER FAMILY MUSICAL - LA ECC Singers

Dodger Theatrical, LTD | Las Vegas, NV

Date of Audition:
12/19/2014




Call Type
Equity Chorus

Time(s)
Friday, December 19, 2014
9:30 AM Male Singers Sign Up
10:00 AMMale Singers Call
1:30 PMFemale Singers Sign Up
2:00 PMFemale Singers Call

Contract
Casino
Casino Tier 3 minimum - $902/wk

Location
Madilyn Clark Studios
10852 Burbank Blvd
N. Hollywood, CA 91601


Seeking
Actors for Duck Commander Family Musical.

Preparation
Please prepare 16 bars of a CONTEMPORARY country pop/rock song. No traditional country and absolutely no musical theater or original songs-regardless of the style. Bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided.

Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together.

Other Dates
LA EPA - 12/18
1st Rehearsal in NYC on/about:01/21/15
1st Performance in Las Vegas on/about:04/08/15

Personnel
Director/Choreographer: Jeff Calhoun
Music Supervisor: Jesse Vargas
Casting Director: Duncan Stewart CSA/Benton Whitley CSA of DSCO

Please see Breakdown for additional information.
· Chorus rules are in effect.
· A monitor will be provided.

Appointments
ECC rules are in effect.9:30 AMsign up for Male Singers and1:30 PMsign up for Female Singers.
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


Breakdown

Producer: Dodger Properties & Tommy Mottola
Executive Producer: Sally Campbell Morse
Music and Lyrics: Robert Morris, Steven Morris, and Joe Shane
Book: Asa Somers
Director/Choreographer: Jeff Calhoun
Music Supervisor: Jesse Vargas
Casting Director: Duncan Stewart CSA/Benton Whitley CSA of DSCO

IMMEDIATELY SEEKING:

[JASE]: 30, handsome – the quiet storm. The Robertson’s second son, an expert outdoorsman and hunter. Constantly busting Willie’s chops with a sense of humor as dry as the bayou mudflats in August. Blues-country tenor to B-flat. Guitar playing a plus. Should move well.

[ALAN]: Mid-30s to 40, the Robertson’s eldest son. A preacher by trade, Alan is also the calm, good-natured family therapist and all-around calming influence. Knows the Bible by heart, quotes it often in a deep, resonant voice that commands attention. Plays several other small roles. True bass – think Oak Ridge Boys. Should move well.

[MISSY]: 30, pretty. Jase’s wife. A spitfire always ready with a funny word, who won’t spare the rod when Jase deserves a dressing-down. Strong pop mezzo. Should move well.

[LISA]: mid-30s to 40. Alan’s wife. Perhaps the most country of the four “Duck wives.” Strong pop mezzo. Should move well.

[JEP]: Early 20s. The youngest Robertson son. Sweet, charming, and a little lazy at times. Plays several other small roles. Strong baritone. Should move well.

[JESSICA]: Early 20s. Jep’s wife. Takes things a bit too literally at times. Strong pop mezzo. Should move well.

[FEMALE SWING]: To cover an assortment of roles. Strong singer. Should move well.

[MALE SWING]: To cover an assortment of roles. Strong singer. Should move well.

All roles will be understudied.

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