Auditions

Plaid Tidings
SPT contract (Tier 4) $366 week/minimum
Music by Stuart Ross, Arrangements by James Raitt
Director/Choreographer: Stephen Casey
 
1st rehearsal: October 17, 2017. Runs: November 9 thru December 3, 2017
 

Equity Principal Auditions:
Monday, September 18, 2017                                                 Montgomery Theater
11am – 3pm                                                                            124 Main Street, P.O. Box 64033
                                                                                                Souderton, PA 18964
 
Please email Artistic Director Tom Quinn if you expect to attend.  NO appointments.  This is a first come, first serve basis. tq@montgomerytheater.org.
Or call at 215-206-8452
 
Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together, even if you have sent one.  Prepare a song that shows your range (bring sheet music please) and a brief comic monologue. Please email if you know you are coming.

The following 4 parts will be considered for 2 principle AEA contracts:
 
FRANKIE: Second tenor-Lyric Baritone. The leader, confident but humble, and always taking care of the rest of the group. He has asthma, which occasionally acts up if the tempo is too fast or if the choreography is too intense. Despite being humble, he is a "Romantic Crooner."
 
SPARKY: Baritone. He is the clown and is always looking to crack a joke. He wears a retainer and has a slight lisp or speech impediment. Despite his speech, he loves telling stories and relishes every word he says. Also, he often repeats himself because of how fast he speaks.
 
JINX: Tenor. He is shy, and always terrified of being on stage. He often forgets what song or dance move is next. He is Sparky’s stepbrother. The other members of the group are very protective of him. He gets an occasional nose bleed when he sings above an ‘A.’
 
SMUDGE: Bass. He worries about everything from the props, to the running order, to the audience not liking him. Suffers from a chronic nervous stomach, and is very reluctant to perform. He is also dyslexic, and wears glasses. Underneath his glasses, however, is a great deal of good looks and sex appeal.
 
All four (male) roles are mid to late-20’s in age.  Attractive people who have excellent comedic timing, good dancers and are exceptional singers.  Strong 4-part harmony ability a must.

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