2014-04-24America/New_YorkAudition2014-04-24JERSEY BOYS - Dodger Theatrical, LTDJERSEY BOYS - Dodger Theatrical, LTD
JERSEY BOYS-Las Vegas ECC Dancers Dodger Theatrical, LTD|Las Vegas, NV
Date of Audition:
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
2:30 PMMale Dancer Sign Up
3:00 PMMale Dancer Call
3:30 PMFemale Dancer Sign Up
4:00 PMFemale Dancer Call
Casino (Jersey Boys) - min. $1807/wk Location
3425 Backstage Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89121
We are seeking male and female singers who act and dance extremely well, for future replacements in all companies of Jersey Boys.
Singers of all races and ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to attend this call. Preparation
Women: Bring character heels
Men: Bring flat dance shoes
You may be asked to stay and sing. Please prepare a rock n’ roll song that shows off your range and bring your book of music. PLEASE DO NOT SING ANYTHING FROM THE SHOW. Other Dates
EPA/ECC Singers on 6/4 AM. See separate notice. Personnel
Musical Director: Ron Melrose
Production Supervisor: Richard Hester
Assistant Choreographer: Danny Austin
Casting Director: Merri Sugarman
· Chorus rules are in effect.
· A monitor willnotbe provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Appointments
Male Dancers Sign up is2:30 PM. Female Dancer Sign up is3:30 PM. Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend. Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.
Jersey Boys – Las Vegas – Casino Contract
Dodger Theatricals LTD, Producers
Music: Bob Gaudio
Lyrics: Bob Crewe
Book: Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice
Director: Des McAnuff
Choreographer: Sergio Trujillo
Musical Director: Ron Melrose
Casting: Tara Rubin Casting
Other: From the mean streets of Jersey to American Bandstand, this is the thrilling story of how a group of blue-collar boys from the wrong side of the tracks became the biggest doo-wop sensation of all time: The Four Seasons. Using their legendary music, two-time Tony Award winner Des McAnuff brings to life the exciting early days of rock-and-roll, and the price of fame for four guys who had nothing – and everything – to lose. JERSEY BOYS was originally produced at the La Jolla Playhouse.
For future replacements for the ensemble and to understudy the principals we are seeking:
[FRANKIE] 20s-early 30s. Must be 5’9” or shorter. Must have a strong tenor with sweet and strong falsetto and be able to sing in the style of Frankie Valli. Strong tenor to high A or Bb plus strong falsetto up to treble G. Charismatic and charming. Must be a very strong actor (comfortable with narrative text) and have a gritty side as well as a polished veneer. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. Principal role.
[BOB] 20s-early 30s. Preferably tall. Strong tenor/baritenor voice. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. Also needs to be comfortable with narrative text. Ability to play piano a plus, but not necessary. An intelligent, sensitive, and introspective musical prodigy. Principal role.
[TOMMY] 30s. Strong tenor/baritenor voice. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. Also needs to be comfortable with narrative text. Ability to play guitar a very strong plus. A natural-born leader with an appealing, bad-boy quality. Principal role.
[NICK] 30s. Strong bass/baritone voice. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. Also needs to be comfortable with narrative text. Ability to play bass a plus, but not necessary. A quiet dreamer who longs for life after The Four Seasons. Principal role.
[GYP DECARLO] 45-65. Tough, mafioso type. Must be a good actor and strong singer. Ability to play guitar a plus, but not required. Principal role.
[BOB CREWE] 35-45. Intelligent and flamboyant – genius music producer and lyricist. An integral part of creating the magic of the Four Seasons. Principal role.
[JOE PESCI] 20s-early 30s. Must be 5’9” or shorter. Young, energetic. Must be a good actor and a strong singer. Ability to play guitar a plus, but not required. Ensemble role. May understudy ‘Frankie Valli.’ Featured ensemble role.
[MARY] 20s-30s. Frankie’s wife; Tough, ‘Seen it All’, Italian, Jersey girl. She’s got a killer sense of humor. Actor also plays a variety of other roles, including member of a 60s style girl group. Strong belt useful. Good Dancer. High straight tone soprano also useful but not required. Featured ensemble role.
[LORRAINE] – 20’s-30s. Frankie’s girlfriend; Educated, NOT from Jersey, a real career girl – young Diane Sawyer; Actor also plays a variety of other roles, including member of a 60s style girl group and tough-as-nails Jersey Girl. Strong high belt useful, belt to high F EXTREMELY useful. High, straight tone soprano also useful but not required. Good Dancer. Featured ensemble role.
[FRANCINE] 20s-30s. Frankie’s daughter; Named for, doted on and deeply loved by Frankie. She’s a Jersey girl – vulnerable, lost and acts out to make up for lack of attention from her Dad. Actor also plays a variety of other roles including member of a 60s style girl group and a tough-as-nails Jersey Girl. Strong, high belt useful. Belt to high F EXTREMELY useful, high straight tone soprano also useful but not required. Good Dancer. Featured ensemble role.
[BARRY & others] 20s-30s. Strong character actor/singer/dancer (urban, hip-hop, et al.) to play various roles (DJ, cops, music executives, producers, etc) Must have voice of steel, tenor belt up to A, then strong and edgy falsetto up to G-above-high-C. Featured ensemble role.
[THREE MEN] 20s-40s. Strong actor/singers to play various roles (friends, producers, etc). One track requires a baritone or baritenor voice down to a strong low G. A second track includes playing guitar. And a third track includes playing drums or possibly both guitar AND drums. Featured ensemble roles.