Maltz Jupiter Theatre (Jupiter, FL) LORT C; $710/week minimum
Artistic Director: Andrew Kato
Director: Mark Martino
Choreographer: Shea Sullivan
Music Director: Anne Shuttlesworth
Book, Music And Lyrics: Meredith Wilson
Casting: Bob Cline
1st rehearsal: 11/5/12. Runs: 11/29/12 - 12/16/12
(late 20s-early 30s) lovely, lonely leading lady...brought to life by Harold and his impossible optimism...honest and passionate actress with a thrilling soprano. Should be at least a good mover or able to partner dance. (low G to high A)
The Quartet (Ewart Dunlop, Oliver Hix, Jacey Squires, Olin Brit):
(30s/40s) A barbershop quartet with exquisite harmony skills...the harmony ends anytime they stop singing though as they become our bickering school board of prickly personalities. All need to be excellent singers with advanced barbershop skills, fun and distinct comic actors, and good dancers as the quartet will be the adult dancing corps in every production number.
(18+ to play 16): the Mayor's bouncy, bubbly and giggly teenage daughter...tons of personality...an excellent singer and a star dancer (she and Tommy will lead all teen dance numbers).
(18+ to play 16): the town “"badboy” (by 1912 small town Iowa standards anyway)...a highly appealing burst of sexy teenage energy...has it bad for the Mayor's daughter...an excellent actor who can play teenager without cloying, excellent singer, and a virtuoso solo dancer.
Ensemble “Teen” Girls:
(18+ to play 14-16) Perky, fun, and petite...2 excellent singers, and amazing dancers to play Zaneeta's pals...energetic, innocent, honest, and believable as adolescents
Ensemble “Teen” Boys:
(18+ to play 15-18) The not so dangerous members of Tommy's “gang” ...tons of teenage energy and raging hormones...just now figuring out that girls are not only for teasing...2 excellent singers and highly skilled athletic dancers...tumbling skills a big plus...good partner dancers for lifts...will also double as Traveling Salesmen in opening scene so need to read as believable adults
NYC auditions will be held on October 7 – 9, by appointment only.
Seeking submissions from Actors' Equity Members only for these auditions.
For consideration, email or mail picture and resume to:
Bob Cline at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Indicate in the subject line: “THE MUSIC MAN / AEA Submission
If you need to send by regular mail, send to:
Bob Cline, 676A 9th Avenue, #160, New York, NY 10036