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EUGENE O'NEAL 2011 NATIONAL MUSIC THEATRE CONFERENCE - Eugene O'Neal 2011 National Music Theatre Conference Auditions

Posted: May 3, 2011

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Eugene O'Neill 2011 National Music Theater Conference

– Equity Principal Auditions

The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center (Waterford, CT)LORT; $444/week

National Music Theater Conference Artistic Director: Paulette Haupt

Eugene O'Neill Theater Center Executive Director: Preston Whiteway

Eugene O'Neill Theater Center General Manager: Jill A. Anderson

Equity Principal Auditions:

Friday, May 13, 2011at the Actors' Equity Audition Center

9:30 AM — 5:30 PM165 West 46th Street, 2nd Floor

Lunch from 1 - 2.New York, NY.Studio D

Please prepare a brief traditional musical theatre song and/or a pop/rock song. Bring sheet music in correct key; accompanist provided but may not transpose.

Please bring TWO (2) copies of your picture/resume, each stapled together.

The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center presents staged readings of four new musicals during the National Music Theater Conference. Each musical is in residence for two weeks between June 21, 2011, and July 15, 2011.

Equity Female and Male Performers of all races and ethnicities for the 2011 summer conference.


Book: Daniel Goldstein. Lyrics: Michael Friedman and Daniel Goldstein. Music: Michael Friedman


Lucy Lemay:20s, lovely and innocent, feisty and tenacious

Albert Mercer:20s, everyman, warm and lost and hopeful

Lucy Rabinowitz:30s, a New Yorker, very smart and very funny and very sad

Andrew Hoffman:30s, nebbishy, intelligent and charming and dreamy

Nurse/Doctor:40s, both chameleons who play everyone else –very funny


Book: Chris Cragin and Don Chaffer. Lyrics/ Music: Don Chaffer


Note on musical accompaniment: All cast members are part of the “pit band” that will actually be set on stage. Everyone will live in their place in the band when they aren’t in a scene.

Danderhauler:Oldest and most discontented of the three sons; plays piano or guitar, or both.

Winston:Danderhauler’s father. An eccentric, charismatic wise ass that is somehow also completely irresistible. Plays fiddle.

Elmadora/Angel:Danderhauler’s mother. A kind soul who loves her wild man. Plays electric bass.

Bud/Angel:The middle brother, though he functions more like the oldest. Excellent drummer.

Khorky/Angel:Danderhauler’s youngest brother. A kind soul, like his mother, who will become a kind husband and father. Plays mandolin, banjo, and acoustic and electric guitar.

Lucy/Angel:Early 20s to early 30s, simple or exotic beauty. Witty and/or awkward at times. Plays guitar or piano.

Cowboy Jesus:He is who he is. Plays piano, drums, and bagpipe.


Book/Lyrics: Jordan Harrison. Lyrics/Music: Daniel Zaitchik


William Moulton Marston:Early/late 40s

Elizabeth Marston:Early/late 40s; also plays

Upperclass Woman 1

Olive Byrne:Mid-/early 40s; also plays

Supremaand her alter ego,

Diana Ryan

M.C. Gaines:President of All American Comics; forever 50; also plays

Jack Packard/Old Man/Air Raid Warden

Dorothy:Gaines’s new secretary; 20s; also plays

Mrs. Kliegel/Susan/Amazon/Doc Toxic/Neighbor Lady

Captain Lance Trainor:A handsome pilot in his 20s; also plays

Mr. Kliegel/American G.I./Milkman/Journalist

Pete Marston:William and Olive’s son; 7-10

Olive Ann Marston:William and Elizabeth’s daughter; 7-10


Book: Anton Dudley. Lyrics: Charlie Sohne. Music: Keith Gordon


Michel:Male, American, around 30

Edith:Female, American; his mother (as seen through flashbacks in the 1980s)

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