BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - The Royal Players Non Equity Auditions

Posted: January 23, 2020
Audition Location: Benton, AR

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THE ROYAL PLAYERS 

Auditions for Disney’s Beauty and the Beast 

Sunday, February 9, 2020 1:00 p.m.

Dance Infinity, 2618 Congo Road, Benton, AR

 

Production Team:

Bob Bidewell - Director 

Tanner Oglesby - Music Director 

Olivia Stephens - Choreographer 

Michelle Griffis and Phoebe Earles - Producers

Michelle Alverio - Costumes 

Emma Rose Boone - Stage Manager 

 

 

For an audition appointment, please fill out and submit an audition form at Audition Form Beauty and the Beast

 

For questions about auditions, please send an email to theroyalplayers@gmail.com

 

Audition Information:

1. Prepare 16 bars of music in the style of Disney or from the show itself.  Must be memorized and sung with feeling and character.   

2. An accompanist will be provided.  You must bring printed music to the auditions. NO acapella auditions accepted, must be accompanied. 

3. You may be asked to do a cold reading from the script. 

4. Callbacks may be necessary and will be announced at a later date. 

5. This production is for ages 15 and older only (must be 15 by June 4).  The only child role is Chip. Special auditions for this role will be held at a later date.  

 

Production dates are June 4-7 and 11-14 and production location is the Royal Theatre, 111 S. Market Street, Benton, AR

 

Rehearsals will begin in April.   Rehearsals will be held on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, (Friday if needed), 6:30-9:30, with choreography rehearsals scheduled on either Saturday or Sunday afternoons.

 

You may not be required to attend certain rehearsals.   A detailed rehearsal calendar will be given to all.   

 

Beginning May 26 - no absences as we will be entering tech and dress rehearsals as we prepare to open on June 4.     Please have your calendar handy to let us know of rehearsal conflicts.

 


 

Cast of Characters:

 

NARRATOR, a voiceover during the Prologue 

YOUNG MAN, a selfish prince 

OLD BEGGAR WOMAN, an enchantress in disguise

 

BELLE, a smart, plucky young woman from a provincial town

 

MAURICE, an inventor and Belle’s father 

TOWNSPEOPLE, including Aristocratic Lady, Fish Man, Egg Man, Sausage Curl Girl, Baker, Lady with Cane, Lady with Baby, Candle Man, Hat Seller, Milkmaid, Shepherd Boy, Bookseller, Silly Girls, Gaston’s Cronies,  A Mother, Villager 

GASTON, a pompous and dim-witted “ladies man” 

LEFOU, a dim-witted lackey to Gaston 

MONDSIEUR D’ARQUE, proprietor of the lunatic asylum

 

COGSWORTH, an English major-domo of the castle who is becoming a mantle clock LUMIERE, a French maître d’ who is becoming a candelabra 

BABETTE, a maid who is becoming a feather duster 

MRS. POTTS, a cook who is becoming a teapot CHIP, Mrs. Pott’s son, who is becoming a teacup 

MADAME DE LA GRANDE BOUCHE, an opera singer who is becoming  a wardrobe SERVANTS, including Caryatids, Flatware, Napkins, Dust Pan, Egg Timer, a Wardrobe

 

THE BEAST, master of the castle, who used to be a prince

 

The ENSEMBLE will more than likely portray TOWNSPEOPLE, SERVANTS, and other characters as needed.  In other words, more than one character.

 

 

If you are interested in volunteering at the Royal Theatre for this or other productions, please fill out an interest form here Volunteer Interest Form

 

For more information about the Royal Theatre, The Royal Players, The Young Players please visit our webpage theroyaltheatre.org

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