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Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre 2017-18 Season
– Equity Performer Auditions by APPOINTMENT in FL

Equity Performer Auditions by APPOINTMENT:

Monday, June 5, 2017
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
10 AM – 6 PM
10 AM – 6 PM
10 AM – 6 PM
(Lunch from 1:00-2:00 PM)
(Lunch from 1:00-2:00 PM)
(Lunch from 1:00-2:00 PM)

Location for auditions:
Miracle Theatre
280 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables, FL 33134

For an appointment, please visit http://www.actorsplayhouse.org/audition_apmt_form_2017_2018.htm and fill out all the fields. Actors will receive a confirmation. Actors without Internet access may call (305) 444-9293 extension 602 for an appointment. Online applications are preferred when possible.

Appointments strongly encouraged, however Equity Members without appointments will be seen throughout the audition day as time permits.

If singing: Please prepare two contrasting 16-bar pieces and a one-minute monologue (contemporary preferred). Bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided. No a cappella singing or singing to playback.

If not singing: Please prepare two contrasting one-minute monologues or one two-minute monologue.

All actors: Please bring one copy of your headshot/resume.

For more info on what to expect, please visit: http://www.actorsplayhouse.org/audition_where_what.htm

Note: At these auditions, we are seeking adult actors (age 18 and over) only.


2017 - 2018 Mainstage (LOA) season with available roles below:

EVITA

Lyrics by Tim Rice

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

English Run: Oct. 25 – Nov 26, 2017

Spanish Run: Nov. 30 – Dec. 17, 2017

Director: David Arisco

Musical Director: TBD

NOTE: ALL ENSEMBLE MUST BE BI-LINGUAL. MISTRESS and MAGALDI are included in the ENSEMBLE. EVITA, CHE and PERON may be double cast from the ENSEMBLE for the Spanish Run.

EVITA: (Female) Must be able to play ages 18 to 33 while projecting both a toughness and charisma. She is a beautiful, ambitious and power-seeking woman, who rises to become the spiritual leader of Argentina by the age of 26. She is also a woman of few options, who uses her sexuality to build power. The actor playing this role must be a trained vocalist with strong vocal stamina and excellent control. A legit Mezzo with a clear, strong mix that can belt to a high G and sing to a low E (below middle C). Must be a passionate and strong actor who can move well.

CHE: (Male, 18-35) This character is dashing, impulsive, jealous, and manipulative. Che is a political activist and the narrator of the show, a radical who isn’t reluctant to ask tough questions and demand answers. An actor/singer that must move very well with a high, rock tenor voice that can sing a low A to high B, falsetto to high F.

PERON: (Male, 30-50) An officer in the Argentinean army who rises to become the Argentine President. He is a man who is dignified, charming, and authoritative. A strong actor and singer who can play character/leading man. Vocal bass/baritone to high F.

MISTRESS: (Female, 15-20) A very beautiful, fragile, vulnerable, innocent young girl who plays Juan Peron’s teenaged Mistress. She is “dismissed” out of Peron’s life by his future wife, Eva. The Mistress ponders the rejection during her song, “Another Suitcase in Another Hall.” She will also double as an ensemble member. Must be able to move well and sing a low A to a high E.

MAGALDI: (Male, to play 30 – 40) A tango singer with whom Eva has her first love affair. A charming loser – never quite made it. Has the first number in the show, “On This Night of a Thousand Stars” and sets up the world in which Eva exists and establishes a Latin flavor to the piece, which is essential. He will double as an ensemble member. A Latin American “personality” type and feel that needs to be bigger than life, but real at the same time. Sings high tenor High G.

ENSEMBLE: Seeking a broad range of males and females of all ethnicities from late teens to 70s. Excellent singing voices in all ranges and who are strong dancers to play soldiers, tango dancers, and the dance chorus. All must understand the Latin temperament even if they don’t fit into the “look.” All shapes and sizes to play everything from Generals to Peasants. A fully featured, versatile ensemble that helps define this world. Movement ability a plus.

 

NOISES OFF

By Michael Frayn

January 17 – February 4, 2018

Director: David Arisco

*Some actors play two characters. One onstage character and one off stage character*

FEMALE CHARACTERS

Dotty Otley / Mrs. Clacket: (Off stage Dotty): A late-middle-aged American actress. Forgetful. Dating Garry, though she attempts to make him jealous by meeting with Freddy. (On Stage Character: Mrs. Clackett): A Cockney Housekeeper for the Brent's home in England. Hospitable, though slow.

Brooke Ashton / Vicki: (Off Stage: Brooke): A young inexperienced American actress. Pays no attention to other performers, either in performance or backstage. She seems as though she is not really present – like she is somewhere else inside her head. Is always losing her contact lenses. One-third of a Lloyd–Poppy–Brooke love triangle. (On Stage Character: Vicki): An English woman who works for Inland Revenue and is trying to woo Roger.

Belinda Blair / Flavia Brent (Off stage Belinda): Cheerful and sensible, a reliable American actress. She may have feelings for Freddy. (On Stage Character: Flavia Brent): Phillip Brent's English wife. She is dependable, though not one for household duties.

Poppy Norton-Taylor: American Stage Manager. Emotional and over-sensitive, and envious of Brooke, whom she understudies. Carrying Lloyd's child. One-third of a Lloyd-Poppy-Brooke love triangle.

MALE CHARACTERS

Lloyd Dallas: The director of the play, Nothing On. Temperamental. One third of a Lloyd–Poppy–Brooke love triangle.

Garry Lejeune / Roger: (Off stage: Garry): An American actor who never finishes a sentence. Always is completing sentences with, "you know..." Easily fired up, repeatedly tries to attack Freddy after believing that Dotty was cheating on him with Freddy. Speech affectations disappear onstage but are everpresent offstage. Dating Dotty. (On Stage Character: Roger): An English Real estate agent who is attempting to rent Flavia's and Phillip's home, but uses it for his own personal benefit.

Frederick Fellows /Phillip Brent / Sheikh : (Off stage: Freddy): An American actor with a serious fear of violence and blood. Gets nosebleeds easily. Often questions the meaning of his lines and moves. Blames himself often for things going wrong. (On Stage Character: Phillip Brent): An Englishman who lives out of the country with his wife Flavia to avoid paying taxes. He enters the country knowing that if he is caught by Inland Revenue, he will lose most of the year's income. (On Stage Character: Sheikh): A Middle-Eastern, Interested in renting Flavia's and Phillip's home and is the spitting image of Phillip.

Selsdon Mowbray / Burglar: (Off Stage: Selsdon Mowbray): An elderly alcoholic Englishman who hides his bottles onstage. If he is not in sight while rehearsing, the stage crew must find him before he passes out. Is hard of hearing when he wants to be. (On Stage Character: Burglar): Old Cockney man in his seventies, breaking into the Brent's home.

Timothy Allgood: An over-worked American Assistant Stage Manager.

 

ONCE (A NEW MUSICAL)

Music and Lyrics by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová

Book by Enda Walsh

February 28 – March 25, 2018irector: David Arisco

Musical Director: TBD


GIRL: Mid-late 20s. Direct, intelligent, no nonsense and witty. Has had to work hard at life but doesn't think she deserves any sympathy. Must play the piano and sing extremely well. Must have a strong Czech (Eastern European) accent. 

GUY: Late 20s – late 30s. A struggling Irish musician. Lost and a bit sad, but extremely appealing. Works with his Da in a vacuum repair shop. Must sing and play guitar extremely well. Must have a strong Irish accent.

BILLY: Mid 30s – 40s. A large Irish man. Owner of the music store where GIRL plays piano. Loud, funny and protective of GIRL. Must sing and play guitar well. Must have a strong Irish accent.

REZA: Late 20s. A sexy, funny, smart Czech girl. Often a bit larger then life. Must sing and play violin/fiddle extremely well. Must have a strong Czech (Eastern European) accent.

BARUSKA: 50s up. Mother of GIRL. A cool but caring Czech mother who likes a full house and full stomachs. Not many inhibitions. Must sing and play the accordion/piano well. Must have a strong Czech (Eastern European) accent.

BANK MANAGER: 30/40s. Seems quite prim and proper but has a secret passion for music. Must sing and play guitar & cello well. Must have a strong Irish accent.

DA: 50s up. GUY’S dad. A man of few words, but a lovely and caring father. Must play guitar, ukulele/mandolin well. Must have a strong Irish accent.

SVEJC: 20s/30s. A real odd ball. Loves television and coffee. Must play guitar & drum kit extremely well. Must have a strong Czech (Eastern European) accent. 

ANDREJ: 20s. Earnest and kind. An employee at a fast food chain, but has big dreams. Must play guitar & bass guitar extremely well. Must have a strong Czech (Eastern European) accent. 

EAMON: 30s/40s. The music studio manager where GUY and GIRL record their album. A tough nut to crack but eventually gives into the musician’s talents. Must sing and play guitar & piano well. Must have a strong Irish accent.

EMCEE: Late 20’s-30s. The emcee at a bar. A good natured ball buster. Must sing and play guitar extremely well. Must have a strong Irish accent.

EX-GIRLFRIEND: 20s. GUY’S ex-girlfriend who now lives in New York. Kind, lovely and likeable. Must play violin extremely well. Must have a strong Irish accent.





MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET

Book & Lyrics by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux

Original Concept and Direction by Floyd Mutrux

Inspired by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee lewis and Carl Perkins

May 9, 2018 – June 24, 2018

Director: David Arisco

Musical Director: Manny Schvartzman


AT THIS TIME, THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CAST. THANK YOU.

ELVIS PRESLEY: 20s; male; actor/singer/guitar player to portray Elvis in his 20s at the beginning of his career. Must be familiar with his music and able to play guitar.

JERRY LEE LEWIS: 20s; male; actor/singer/pianist; he was rock & roll’s legendary piano prodigy and celebrated “Last Man Standing.” Must be a superb piano player, able to play like Jerry Lee Lewis; fun, energetic; comic skills a plus.

CARL PERKINS: mid 20s; male; actor/singer/guitar player (lead guitar); he was the American pioneer of rockabilly music and best known for his song “Blue Suede Shoes”; Must be an excellent lead guitarist.

JOHNNY CASH: mid 20s; male; actor/singer/guitar player to portray Johnny cash at the dawn of his epic career. Must be familiar with his music and able to play guitar

SAM PHILLIPS: mid 30s; male; excellent actor; “Father of Rock’n’Roll” and founder of Sun Records who discovered Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and many others including Roy Orbison and B.B. King. A towering and charismatic figure in American music.

DYANNE: mid 20s; female; excellent actor and singer; she was an aspiring singer and Elvis’s girlfriend; attractive; great singer with awide range; sings solos and back-up throughout the show.





THE BIG BANG

Music by Jed Feuer

Book and Lyrics by Boyd Graham

July 25 – September 2, 2018

Director: David Arisco

Musical Director: David Nagy

AT THIS TIME, THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CAST. THANK YOU.


JED: male; mid to late 40s


BOYD: male; mid to late 40s


ALBERT/KEYBOARD PLAYER: male

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