PIONEER THEATRE COMPANY 2014-15 SEASON - Pioneer Theatre Company Auditions

Posted: May 18, 2014

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Pioneer Theatre Company 14-15 Season - NYC EPA
Pioneer Theatre Company | Salt Lake City, UT
Date of Audition:

Call Type
Equity Principal
Equity Principal Auditions
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
lunch 1 to 2
LORT Non-Rep
B; $812/week minimum
Actors' Equity Association Audition Center
165 West 46th Street
16th Floor
New York, NY 10036

Equity actors and actors who sing for various roles in the upcoming season.

see breakdown.
Actors may prepare either
1) a brief monologue (classical or contemporary) OR
2) a brief song OR
3) a very brief monologue and a very brief song.

If singing, bring sheet music; accompanist provided.

Total audition time should be under 2 minutes.

Bring picture/resume
If unable to attend the EPA, send pictures and resumes to:
Rich Cole
648 Broadway, Suite #912
New York, New York 10012 (No phone calls, visits or emails, please.)
Karen Azenberg, Artistic Director, will be conducting EPAs

Rich Cole will serve as Pioneer Theatre Company's NYC Casting Director for the 2013-2014 Season.
· EPA Rules are in effect.
· A monitor will be provided.
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

All roles available for the 2013-2014.

First Rehearsal: Aug. 18, 2014; Opening: Sept. 12, 2014; Closing: Sept. 27, 2014 — Director: Karen Azenberg

CARL DAD - Schwarzy's main trainer, the more intense and competitive of Schwarzy's fathers. G3 - D5

CHIP TOLENTINO - Athletic, social, boy scout, champion of last year's spelling bee. C4 - B5

DAN DAD - The more laid back and ineffectual of Schwarzy's fathers. G3 - D5.

DOUGLAS PANCH - The Vice Principle. Frustrated with his life, he finds the drive of the young spellers alien to him

LEAF CONEYBEAR - Has severe Attention Deficit Disorder and spells words correctly while in a trance. A3 - A5

SCHWARTZY - The youngest and most politically aware speller, driven by a desire to please parents. A3 - F5

MARCY PARK - She speaks six languages. She is also not allowed to cry. C4 - E5

MITCH MAHONEY - The Official Comfort Counselor. An ex-convict. E4 - A5

OLIVE OSTROVSKY - She starts enormously shy, and shyly blossoms. B3 - F5

OLIVE's DAD - A fantasy version of Olive's dad coming to the bee from work. E4 - B5

OLIVE's MOM - A fantasy version of Olive's mom at her Ashram in India. D4 - E5

RONA LISA PERETTI - The number-one realtor in Putnam County. B3 - F5

WILLIAM BARFEE - His famous “Magic Foot” method of spelling has boosted him to spelling glory. E4 - B5.


First Rehearsal: Oct. 6, 2014; Opening: Oct. 31, 2014; Closing: Nov. 15, 2014 — Director: TBA

CHARLIE - 50s, Brighton based but originally London; PAULINE - Charlie's daughter

HARRY DANGLE - 60s, crooked attorney; ALAN - The son of Dangle

DOLLY - 30s. An employee of Charlie's; LLOYD BOATENG - 50s. A friend to Charlie, Ex-London/Jamaican

FRANCIS - Essex boy; RACHEL - Mid-20s. London

STANLEY STUBBERS - Mid-20s. Privately educated.


First Rehearsal: Oct. 13, 2014; Opening: Oct. 24, 2014; Closing: Oct. 25, 2014 — Director: Karen Azenberg

USHERETTE/MAGENTA: The maid who seems to be up to something. Vocal range Bb3-Eb5

BRAD: A hero. All-American type with a bit of nerd to him. Vocal range C3-G4

JANET: Damsel in distress. Vocal range A3-E5 (G5)

NARRATOR: Collegiate/Masterpiece Theatre storyteller. Does not sing

RIFF RAFF: Frank N. Furter’s shady butler sidekick. Vocal range A3-Bb4

COLUMBIA: Fan girl/groupie of Frank N. Furter. Vocal range G3-E4

DR. FRANK N. FURTER: Pan-sexual affably evil mad scientist. Vocal range C3-G4

ROCKY: The “perfect man” creation of Frank N. Furter. More brawn than brains. Vocal range A3-A4

EDDIE/DR. SCOTT: Biker bad boy/aging college professor. Vocal range F#3- F#4.


First Rehearsal: Nov. 10, 2014; Opening: Dec. 5, 2014; Closing: Dec. 20, 2014 — Director: TBA

BOY: A nameless 13-year-old Orphan, deeply mistrustful of adults

MOLLY: A 13-year-old apprentice Starcatcher desperate to prove herself to her father

BLACK STACHE: A highly intelligent but malapropism-prone Pirate chie

SMEE: Black Stache's faithful first mate

LORD ASTER: Molly's father, A Starcatcher on a secret mission for Queen Victoria

TED: One of the Boy's orphan companions, nicknamed "Tubby Ted."

PRENTISS: One of the Boy's orphan companions. Pompous and sarcastic

MRS BUMBRAKE: Molly's faithful Nanny, a prim and proper Englishwoman prone to alliteration

ALF: A salty and flatulent sailor on the Neverland

FIGHTING PRAWN: The fierce chief of the tribe of Mollusk Islanders

BILL SLACK: The nasty, greedy and cruel captain of the Neverland

CAP'N ROBERT FALCON SCOTT: Captain of the Wasp, and Lord Astor's old friend from their schooldays.


ALABAMA STORY (World Premiere)
First Rehearsal: Dec. 15, 2014; Opening: Jan. 9, 2015; Closing: Jan. 24, 2015 — Director: Karen Azenberg

GARTH WILLIAMS, 50ish, a white writer and illustrator from the East Coast, who also assumes the roles of OTHERS LILY WHITFIELD, 30, a white woman from small-town Alabama privilege

JOSHUA MOORE, 30, a middle-class African-American man, who left Alabama when he was 20

SENATOR E.W. HIGGINS, 50ish, a white Alabama State Senator

EMILY WHEELOCK REED, 50ish, a white librarian, born in North Carolina and raised in Indiana

THOMAS KINCAID, 28, a white reference librarian, an Alabama native


First Rehearsal: Jan. 19, 2015; Opening: Feb. 13, 2014; Closing: Feb. 28, 2014 — Director: TBA

PARRIS - Minister of Salem's church; TITUBA – Cares for the children; Parris’s slave.

ABIGAIL- 17. Parris' niece. In love with Proctor; SUSANNA – A nervous and hasty girl

ANN PUTMAN – A woman who has lost many children

THOMAS PUTMAN – Ann’s husband. A land owner of questionable morals

BETTY – 10. Parris’s daughter; MERCY – The Putnam’s servant. “Sly and merciless."

MARY WARREN – Housemaid of the Proctors after Abigail. A lonely girl

JOHN PROCTOR – Farmer who is accused of witchcraft following an affair

GILES COREY – Friend of Proctor. A no-nonsense old man

REBECCA NURSE – A pious older woman accused of witchcraft

HALE – A respected minister who compounds a local dispute

ELIZABETH – Proctor’s long-suffering wife; EZEKIEL – A stooge of the court

WILLARD – A reluctant temporary bailiff; JUDGE HATHORNE – A “hangin’ judge."

JUDGE DANFORTH – A Christian rule-bearer.

First Rehearsal: Feb. 23, 2015; Opening: Mar. 20, 2014; Closing: Apr. 4, 2015 — Director: TBA

ANDREW – Young TV star offered the role of Hamlet

DIERDRE – A young chaste actress

FELICIA – A woo-woo Real Estate agent

BARRYMORE – A dead pompous stage star

LILLIAN – A crude but regal agent

GARY – Stylish Hollywood man.

First Rehearsal: Apr. 7, 2015; Opening: May 1, 2015; Closing: May 16, 2015

HAROLD HILL – 25-35. A con man who falls in love. Ab2 - F4

MARCELLUS – 40ish. Harold's old chum who is trying to settle down. G2 - A4

MARIAN – 30ish. A stuffy librarian and music teacher. G3 - A5

MAYOR SHINN – 55ish. A blustery politician; MRS. PAROO – 60ish. Cheerful and plotting. Ab3 - Eb5

TOMMY – 20. An attractive man from the wrong side of town. Dancer

WINTHROP - Marian's shy, lisping baby brother. C4 - Eb5

ZANEETA SHINN – 17ish. The Mayor's fresh-faced daughter who loves Tommy

EULALIE MACKECKNIE SHINN – 50ish. Mayor Shinn's peacock wife. D4 - D5.

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