Auditions for ADULT ROLES & ADULT ENSEMBLE
(ages 15 and up)Auditioning strong singer/actor/dancers
Prepare 32 bars from the song of your choice; bring
sheet music in the proper key; accompanist provided. You may sing from
the score. Be prepared to dance. Bring headshot/resume if available.
Callbacks TBD. Performance stipend of $30/performance (for those 18 and
older/post high school).
Auditions for YOUNG PEOPLE (ages 7 – 14) for
CHILDREN’S CHOIR/ENSEMBLESaturday, November 23, 2019 @ 1:30 p.m.
A portion of “Go, Go, Go, Joseph” will be taught at the
audition. Be prepared to move. Bring picture/resume if available.
PLEASE NOTE: The roles of THE NARRATOR,
JACOB/POTIPHAR, and POTIPHAR’S WIFE have been cast.
Seeking: JOSEPH: (High Tenor, Vocal
Range Low A to High A). Eleventh son of Jacob and Jacob’s favorite.
Strong actor with a confident but charming personality. Must move and
sing very well.
PHARAOH: (Baritone, Low B to High G#).
The character is in style an homage to Elvis. Possible double as a
JOSEPH’S BROTHERS: Joseph’s 11
brothers. Strong singer/dancers.
REUBEN: Sings lead on “One More Angel
SIMEON: Sings lead on “Those Canaan
JUDAH: Sings lead on “Benjamin
BUTLER & BAKER: Will double as
FEMALE ENSEMBLE of strong
singer/dancers to play WIVES, CITIZENS OF EGYPT, etc.
Director: Jeffrey Sanzel
Musical Director: Gregory FranzChoreographer:
Jean P. SorberaStage Manager: Melissa
Auditioning ALL ROLES. Readings will be from
the script. Callbacks to be determined. Please bring picture/resume.
Performance stipend of $30/performance.
Come on down to Truvy’s Louisiana beauty shop where six
strong women share their hopes and dreams. Beginning on the day of
debutante Shelby’s wedding, the play traces this eccentric and lovable
cast of characters as they support each other through life’s challenges.
Steel Magnolias is alternately hilarious and touching—and, in the
end—deeply revealing of the strength that binds these ladies together.
Stop by for some great laughs and unforgettable friendship.
Seeking: Truvy Jones: 40s-50’s.
Owner of the beauty shop. Dispenses advice with lots of hairspray. She’s
a dreamer with a huge heart. The shop—and by extension Truvy—is what
holds this group together.
Annelle Dupuy-Desoto: 18 to 20’s. Shy
beauty shop assistant who moves from unsure to wild to religious. She
begins as an outsider but grows to love and trust this community.
Clairee Belcher: 60’s+. Widow of former mayor. Elegant,
sophisticated—the grand dame. Wealthy and socially prominent, she
thrives on gossip but is a kind person nonetheless.
Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie: 20’s.
Prettiest girl in town but so much more. Strong-willed, passionate, and
smart, with a great sense of humor. In many ways, her mother’s daughter.
M’lynn Eatenton: 40’s -50’s. Shelby’s
mother. Career woman with deep insight. She is a pillar of strength and
eschews gossip. She tries to control her daughter but not with great
Ouiser (pronounced “Weezer”) Boudreaux:
60’s+. Wealthy curmudgeon. Tough, eccentric. Claims to have been a bad
mood for forty years. Underneath this acerbic exterior is great love for
Director: Mary PowersStage Manager: Melissa