REEFER MADNESS - Double Dog Theatre Non Equity Auditions

Posted: April 21, 2014
Audition Location: Norfolk, VA

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Double Dog Theatre presents
Auditions - Reefer Madness: The Musical

Reefer Madness: The Musical
Book by Kevin Murphy and Dan Studney
Music by Dan Studney, Lyrics by Kevin Murphy

Directed by Brendan Hoyle

Auditions May 12, 13, 14
At the Little Theatre of Norfolk

Rehearsals Start May 27
Performances - July 18 - August 10

All performers will be paid a percentage of the NET Profit from the show. The better the show sells, the more money everyone makes.

Auditionees will be asked to sing, dance, and read from the script.

To audition please complete the form available on this page to select a time slot. This time slot will be confirmed approximately one week before auditions. For your audition please bring a prepared song of your choice. Song should be between 1 and 2 minutes in duration.
- Please bring sheet music for the provided Accompanist.

Please come to auditions prepared to move as there will be a dance portion of the audition.

Cast - 14 total
4 men, 3 women, 7 Ensemble

JIMMY HARPER - A wholesome, innocent, high school teenager who runs into trouble after he is lured into the dangerous world of reefer

LECTURER - a severe authority figure who warns the audience of the perils of Reefer Madness. (Doubles as Goat-Man, Mr. Poppy, Irish Priest, Old Man, Radio Announcer, Ticket-Taker, Policeman, FDR)

MARY LANE - Jimmy's sweetheart, a naive, virginal teenage girl.

JACK STONE - The handsome and ruthless proprietor of the Reefer Den, a 30's gangster movie-type. (Doubles as Jesus, George Washington)

MAE - An attractive, yet slightly haggard dame in her mid-30s, the hostess of the Reefer Den.

RALPH WILEY - a denizen of the Reefer Den, formally a fraternity man, his college days ended long ago due to his reefer habit. (Doubles as Sally's Baby, Switch-Puller, Uncle Sam)

SALLY - a sexy and seductive resident of the Reefer Den, she possesses the libidinous soul of Mae West combined with the rat-a-tat moxie of vintage Barbara Stanwyck. (Doubles as Lady Liberty)

PLACARD GIRL/ FEATURED ENSEMBLE - throughout the play she reinforces the warnings of the Lecturer by holding large signs that clearly state the moral of what we've just seen. (Doubles as Five-and-Dime Kid, Police Officer)

ENSEMBLE - Mixed gender group to represent Reefer Zombies, Kids at the Five-and-Dime, Jungle Orgy dancers, Angels, and patriotic background chorus in the Star-Spangled finale.

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