STAGES ST. LOUIS 2020 SEASON **Revised** - Stages St. Louis Auditions

Posted: December 19, 2019

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STAGES St. Louis 2020 Season - Chesterfield EPA Days

STAGES St. Louis

**Time Change**

AUDITION DATES

Thu, Jan 16, 2020
10:00 am - 5:00 pm (CST)
Break From 1pm-2pm

Fri, Jan 17, 2020
1:00 pm - 9:00 pm (CST)
Break 5pm - 6pm

APPOINTMENTS

For an appointment, call 314-604-6127, 10:00am - 3:00pm beginning Wednesday, January 8. OR email auditions@stagesstlouis.org with desired date/time.

CONTRACT

LOA LOA - COST $576 Per week Minimum pending equity agreement

SEEKING

Actors who sing and dance well.
See breakdown


PREPARATION

Please prepare a 32 bar cut of a traditional musical theatre song in a style appropriate to the shows this season. Be prepared to sing an additional selection if requested. Performers are welcome to sing songs from the season. Bring sheet music in your key. Please bring picture and resume.

LOCATION

STAGES St. Louis Kent Center for Theatre Arts
1023 Chesterfield Parkway East
Chesterfield, MO 63017

PERSONNEL

Jack Lane - Executive Producer
Michael Hamilton - Artistic Director

A CHOURS LINE:
Director: Michael Hamilton
Choreographer: Dena DiGiacinto
Musical Director: Lisa Campbell Albert

LA CAGE AUX FOLLES
Director: Michael Hamilton
Choreographer: Dana Lewis
Musical Director: Lisa Campbell Albert

ALWAYS... PATSY CLINE
Director: Michael Hamilton
Musical Director David Nehls

OTHER DATES

A CHORUS LINE
1st Rehearsal: May 12, 2020
Opens: May 29, 2020
Closes: June 28, 2020

LA CAGE AUX FOLLES
1st Reherasal: June 30, 2020
Opens: July 17, 2020
Closes: August 16, 2020

ALWAYS... PATSY CLINE
1st Rehearsal: August 18, 2020
Opens: September 4, 2020
Closes: October 4, 2020

OTHER

Principal Callbacks are Sunday, January 19, 2020
EPA Procedures are in effect for audition.
An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of audition.
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 attend every audition.
Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.

BREAKDOWN

A CHORUS LINE
Zach: Dynamic and charismatic director/choreographer of a Broadway show. Driven and at times coldly manipulative. Mid 30’s- early 40s. Actor who moves extremely well. Dance skills a plus.
Larry: Zach’s assistant. Masculine and efficient. Late 20s-mid 30s. Must be an accomplished dancer.
Mike: Accomplished dancer who sings well. Athletic and masculine with a street-wise charm. Mid 20’s. Tenor. Acrobatics a plus.
Richie: Accomplished dancer who sings well. Ethnic and extremely energetic. Mid 20’s. Tenor. Flexibility and basic Acrobatic skills a plus. Paul: Accomplished actor who dances well. Italian or Hispanic.
Mark: Accomplished dancer who sings well. The youngest male on the line. Boyish and likeable. Late teens-early 20's.
Greg: Accomplished dancer who sings. Highly sophisticated, wry and intelligent with a decidedly wicked wit. Out and proud. Late 20’s- early 30s.
Bobby: Accomplished dancer who sings well. Caucasian. White collar in appearance; He has a quirky almost outrageous comedic sense, yet remains immensely likeable. Mid-late 20’s.
Al: Accomplished dancer who sings well. Tough, street-wise and overtly masculine. Married to Kristine. Mid-late 20's.
Cassie: Dynamic “Star” dancer who sings extremely well. Ex-lover of Zach seeking to restart her career. Strong and charismatic actress. Early-mid 30’s. Soprano.
Sheila: Accomplished actress who dances well. Beautiful showgirl with a killer body and an even more killer wit. Early-mid 30’s. Alto.
Val: Accomplished dancer who sings well. Smart, sassy, and immensely sure of herself with a killer body; yet the girl next door. Mid-late 20’s. Mezzo.
Diana: Accomplished dancer who sings well. Hispanic in appearance. Warm, energetic, and extremely likeable. Mid- late 20’s. Mezzo.
Judy: Accomplished dancer who sings well. Energetic, quirky and decidedly offbeat. Mid 20’s. Soprano.
Bebe: Role is cast. Accomplished dancer who sings well. Natural and unaffected — a bit of an ugly duckling. Mid-late 20s. Mezzo.
Kristine: Accomplished dancer/actress who sings. Married to Al. Quirky, comedic sensibility. Exhibits an extreme amount of nervous energy. Mid 20’s. Alto.
Maggie: Accomplished dancer who sings very well. Likeable girl next door; shy and sensitive. Soprano with a solid mix/belt.

LA CAGE AUX FOLLES
Albin/Zaza: Leading male performer of star quality; mid 40s-mid 50s; He is the “star” of La Cage, “wife” to Georges, and “mother” to Jean-Michel. Fine comic actor who will perform 50% of his role in drag as Zaza. Great powerhouse of a Broadway voice. Baritone who moves very well. French dialect a plus.
Georges: Leading male performer of star quality; late 40s-mid 50s. He is the “owner and MC” of La Cage, “husband” to Albin, and father of Jean-Michel. Charismatic, energetic, and romantically attractive. Also loving and caring. Strong Baritone who moves very well. French dialect a plus.
Jean-Michel: Handsome adult son of Georges and Albin, mid 20s. Masculine, well-mannered, and educated. He is desperately in love with his fiancee, Anne. Must sing and move very well. Lyric Baritone. French dialect a plus.
Jacob: Black or Hispanic male butler/“maid” to Georges and Albin; mid 20s-30s. Sassy, adorable, extremely energetic, he is desperate to be a Cagelle. A brilliant comic actor who sings and moves well.
Edouard Dindon: Anne's father; early-mid 50s. A right-wing radical politician; pompous and decidedly homophobic. Must sing, move well, and be a fine comedian.
Francis: Adorably harried male stage manager at La Cage; mid 30s. In love with Hanna. Strong actor/dancer featured in the “Masculinity” number.
Anne: Jean-Michel's fiancee; early 20s. Lovely to look at; spunky. A superb dancer who acts well.
Marie Dindon: Anne's mother; late 40s. A politician’s wife; shy, retiring, sexually repressed and sex-starved. Strong comedic actress who sings and moves well; must look great in a leotard for the Finale.
Jacqueline: Female friend of Georges and Albin; mid 40s. Attractive, charming, and very theatrical. She owns a chic restaurant in St. Tropez. Must sing well. Mezzo. French dialect a plus.

ALWAYS... PATSY CLINE
Band Members: 6 Male actor/singers who are also accomplished musicians and well versed in Country/Western styles; all ages and ethnicities. Individual band parts include the piano, guitar, steel guitar, bass, fiddle, and drums.
Patsy: Accomplished vocalist well-versed in Country/Western styles who can create a credible physical and vocal impersonation of the late great Patsy Cline; late 20s- 30s. Curvy, earthy, and energetic – a real firecracker. Mezzo/Contralto.
Louise: Role is cast. Accomplished actress/singer; 40s-50s. Charismatic down- home raconteur with a ribald sense of humor. Should have a zany and a uniquely unforgettable personality all her own.


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 audition.

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