INFINITY THEATRE COMPANY 2020 SEASON - Infinity Theatre Company Auditions

Posted: March 18, 2020

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INFINITY THEATRE COMPANY 2020 - VIDEO SUBMISSION

Infinity Theatre Company LLC

APPOINTMENTS

Due to COVID-19 and Social Distancing Efforts, accepting Video Submission Auditions.

CONTRACT

SPT $438/week

SEEKING

Video Submissions from Equity Actor/Singers for Infinity Theatre Company's 11th Summer Season of Musicals in Annapolis, Maryland, we are seeking a company of very strong singer/actors for a rep season of two mainstage musical productions: SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE and FOREVER PLAID. See breakdown.

INSTRUCTIONS

Prepare 32 bars of a song from either show or a song of similar style, AND a one minute or less monologue of your choice. It is acceptable for songs to have recorded accompaniment or be sung a cappella. Please email video of your material to SUBMISSIONS@INFINITYTHEATRE.COM. Streaming links of any memory size, file links of any memory size, or attachment files of 16MB or less are all submittable. Please also include your photo and resume. Deadline no later than 3/27
Deadline: Fri, Mar 27, 2020

PERSONNEL

Infinity Artistic Directors Alan Ostroff and Anna Roberts Ostroff

OTHER DATES

First Rehearsal in Annapolis, Maryland for GEORGE: May 18, 2020. First Rehearsal for PLAID in Annapolis, Maryland: June 1. First Preview: June 16. Closing: July 12.

OTHER

Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.

BREAKDOWN

Infinity Theatre Company's 11th Summer Season of Musicals in Annapolis, Maryland, seeking a company of very strong singer/actors for a rep season of two mainstage musical productions, SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, Co-Directed by Alan Ostroff and Alexandra Kelly Colburn with Music Direction by Noah Dion, and FOREVER PLAID by Stuart Ross, Directed by Justin Brill with Music Direction by Solon Snider. See Character Breakdown for specifics. Four of our season actors will perform in both shows.
Both SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE and FOREVER PLAID will be produced in rep, with four of our season actors performing in both shows, and with performances from June 16 to July 12. First rehearsal date will be staggered by role from May 18 to May 25. Casting of all productions will be conducted in such a manner as to provide full and fair consideration, without prejudice, to actors of all genders, ethnicities, ages, and abilities.
First Rehearsal in Annapolis, Maryland for GEORGE: May 18, 2020. First Rehearsal for PLAID in Annapolis, Maryland: June 1. First Preview: June 16. Closing: July 12.

SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE
- All performers play characters in 1884 and 1984.

GEORGE - In Act 1: George Seurat, a rather cold artist obsessed with his work at the cost of his personal life. Constantly troubled and borderline obsessive. Act 2: Seurat's burnt-out descendant and inventor-sculptor-salesman searching for his purpose. In the end, he is able to use his connection to the past to find the meaning in a blank canvas. Age: 25 to 40. Vocal range: G#2 - Ab4.

DOT/MARIE - As Dot, George's headstrong mistress and occasional model. As Marie, George's elderly, wheelchair-bound grandmother who helps him connect to his artistry. Age: 20 to 40. Vocal range: E3 - D5.

OLD LADY - George's mother. A cranky and rather demanding fixture in the park. She is able to find solace in nostalgia, and inspire George. Doubling as BLAIR DANIELS, an art critic. Age: 50 to 80. Vocal range: F#3 - Eb5.

NURSE - The Old Lady's attendant. She is calming and assertive. Doubling as HARRIET PAWLING, a patron of the arts, and MRS., a wealthy tourist from South Carolina. Age: 20 to 60. Vocal range: G3 - F4.

JULES - A rival artist. Callous and critical. Doubling as BOB GREENBERG, a museum director. Age: 25 to 45. Vocal range: G2 - F4.

YVONNE - Jules' pampered wife. She is as snippy and snooty. Doubling as NAOMI EISEN, a composer. Age: 25 to 35. Vocal range: E3 - Eb5.

A BOATMAN - A surly and slovenly blue-collared laborer. Doubling as CHARLES REDMOND, an art curator, and MR., a wealthy tourist from South Carolina. Age: 25 to 50. Vocal range: Eb2 - Eb4.

CELESTE #1 - A young shop girl, gossipy and flirtatious. Doubling as A WAITRESS. Age: 18 to 30. Vocal range: B3 - G5.

CELESTE #2 - Another young shop girl, similarly gossipy and flirtatious. Doubling as ELAINE, George's Former Wife. Age: 18 to 30. Vocal range: A3 - G5.

LOUISE - Jules and Yvonne's honest by spoiled little girl. Doubling as A BOY, one of George's subjects, and A MUSEUM ASSISTANT/PHOTOGRAPHER. Age: 18 to 25. Vocal range: G3 - Eb5.

FRANZ - Jules's German coachman and Freida's husband. Disgruntled with his job. Doubling as DENNIS, a technician. Age: 25 to 50. Vocal range: B2 - G4.

FRIEDA - Jules and Yvonne's cook and Franz's wife, German. Caring and positive as a surrogate nanny to Louise. Doublings include BETTY, an artist, and A
YOUNG MAN, one of George's subjects. Age: 25 to 50. Vocal range: G3 - F5.

A SOLDIER - A military man, polite and gentlemanly - but a bit strange in his stoicism. Doubling as ALEX, an artist. Age: 20 to 35. Vocal range: A2 - F4.

LOUIS - A kind, friendly, and very popular (but a bit dull) baker. Doublings include BILLY WEBSTER, a patron of the arts, and A MAN, one of George's subjects in two separate scenes. Age: 25 to 55. Vocal range: B2 - A4.

LEE RANDOLPH - An enthusiastic museum publicist. Doubling as A WOMAN and A LITTLE GIRL, both of whom are George's subjects. Age: 20 - 50. Vocal Range: G3 - F5.
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FOREVER PLAID
- Four a cappella singers who move, and are able to deliver honesty and comedy in the same moment.

FRANCIS - The confident leader. Tenor/Lyric Baritone.

SPARKY - The energetic clown. Baritone.

JINX - The shy juvenile. Tenor.

SMUDGE - The neurotic dreamboat. Bass.
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Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.

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