RED EYE OF LOVE - Amas Musical Theatre Auditions

Posted: May 21, 2014

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RED EYE OF LOVE - ECCs / Dancers who sing
Amas Musical Theatre|New York, NY

Date of Audition:

Call Type
Equity Chorus

Equity Chorus Calls / Dancers
Thursday, May 29, 2014
2 PM - Equity male dancers who sing
3:30 PM - Equity female dancers who sing
$335 per week plus Pension and Health
Actors' Equity Association Audition Center
165 West 46th Street
16th Floor
New York, NY 10036

Equity men and women ensemble dancers who sing. See breakdown for details.
Wear dance clothes and jazz shoes. Women, please bring character heels too. We may have time to hear you sing, so please be prepared with a brief traditional musical theatre song.
Other Dates
EPAs - May 27
ECC/Singers - May 29

Rehearsals: July 28th-Previews begin Aug. 26th and runs till Sept. 28th with possible one week
Venue: DiCapo Opera Theatre, 76th and Lexington Ave.
Book and Lyrics: Arnold Weinstein and John Wulp
Music: Sam Davis
Artistic Producer: Donna Trinkoff
Director: Ted Sperling
Music Director: TBD
Choreographer: Alex Sanchez
Casting: Carol Hanzel
· Chorus 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.

SYNOPSIS: Red Eye of Love is a rollicking musical comedy about
a love triangle between a young idealist, Wilmer Flange, a materialistic butcher, O.O. Martinas, and the girl they both love,
Selma Chargesse. Their hilarious misadventures are set against
a background of Boom Time, War and Depression in America, so that the play becomes a panorama of the United States in the
Twentieth Century.


Note: We are actively seeking an ethnically diverse cast

Ensemble: mid 20’s-late 30’s. An eclectic mix of character types. Strong singing and dancing required
from everyone. Dance style is musical theatre . Tap skills are a plus.

Man 1: plays Bez, the grown up child of Wilmer and Selma, but
who takes after Martinas. Bari-tenor.
Man 2: plays a Doll salesman, tenor.
Man 3: Plays a Japanese/German soldier, a dialect role. Baritone

Woman 1: nightclub singer, belter
Woman 2: older waitress, soprano
Woman 3: specialty dancer, mezzo

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