Local Auditions for "Steeple People" and "Little Women"
La Comedia Dinner Theatre in Springboro, Ohio will be holding an open call audition for their upcoming productions of Steeple People and Little Women, The Musical at 10:00 AM Saturday November 19, 2022 at 765 W. Central Ave., Springboro, Ohio.
Seeking Adult Men & Women (18+) who are excellent Singers and Actors for the following roles:
Rehearsals begin January 2, 2023 (9 AM-5 PM Mon-Sat)
Performances January 19 – February 12, 2023, Thurs-Sun matinees and evenings.
Jaxson: 20’s – Tenor 1 for The Steeple People. Doesn’t understand humor or sarcasm, naive and dry. Says things in a deadpanned manner. Must sing harmonies confidently.
Bo: 20’s – Tenor 2 for The Steeple People. Talks slow and with the thickest accent. Country boy type. Accident prone and clumsy. Must sing harmonies confidently.
Clayton: mid 40’s-50’s – Baritone for The Steeple People. Charismatic and positive. The voice of reason in the group. Must sing harmonies confidently.
Ira: 50-60’s – Bass for The Steeple People. Grouchy, clashes personally with other in the group. Must sing harmonies confidently.
Be prepared to sing 16 bars of a song of a gospel song appropriate to the show.
LITTLE WOMEN, THE MUSICAL
Rehearsals begin January 30, 2023 (9 AM-5 PM Mon-Sat)
Performances February 16 – March 26, 2023, Thurs-Sun matinees and evenings.
Jo March: 20-25. Alto with strong belt. Passionate, adventurous, and brave.
Amy March: 18-20. Mezzo-soprano. The youngest most energetic sister, has a pompous air about her.
Meg March: mid 20’s. Mezzo-soprano. The world weary, yet hopeful, oldest sister who yearns for a great life.
Beth March: 18-early 20’s. Mezzo-soprano. The second youngest sister. Peace maker, and an optimist who is always encouraging her sister to dream.
Marmee March: 40-55. Alto. The girl’s mother. She is the strong backbone of the family, who is courageous in spite of the difficult odds she faces.
Aunt March: 45-60. Alto. An over-bearing matron and the great aunt to the March sisters.
Laurie Lawrence: 18-25. Tenor. The bright-eyed boy next door with considerable charm.
Mr. Lawrence: 45-60. Tenor. Grandfather and the March’s next door neighbor. Stiff, stern, elderly man who shows his softer side with Beth.
Professor Baer: 35-45. Baritone. German professor who exemplifies proper manners.
Mr. John Brooke: 30-40. Baritone. Laurie’s tutor and a rather stiff man who shows very little emotion.
Be prepared to sing 16 bars of a song of a musical theatre song appropriate to the show.
Please provide a current headshot and resume.
Director/Choreographer is Chris Beiser.
Questions contact Kris Byerly at firstname.lastname@example.org