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Production: 'Bullets Over Broadway,' ECC Singers (See both roles)

Male Ensemble (Chorus / Ensemble)

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Production Details

Casting "Bullets Over Broadway," based on the Woody Allen film.

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Seeking

Male, ages 18-65, All Ethnicities

Role Description

Male Ensemble: (Chorus / Ensemble) strong singers who dance to compromise the ensemble of Italian gangsters, club patrons, waiters, etc. Will understudy featured Ensemble and Principal roles, including:

DAVID SHAYNE: 25-35, an aspiring playwright who is determined to protect to integrity of his artistic vision. He lives with his girlfriend, Ellen, in bohemian Greenwich Village. Baritone – strong (low G – high E).

CHEECH: 40-45, hit man for mob boss Nick Valenti, has been told to keep an eye on Olive Neal during rehearsals. There he discovers his own talents as an artist and rewrites David Shayne’s play - to much success. However, Cheech is convinced that Olive’s terrible acting will ruin his show. Strong Baritone voice – up to a comfortable Eb/E.

JULIAN MARX: 60-70, the veteran Broadway producer of David Shayne’s new play. In exchange for the money needed to mount the production, Julian has agreed to find Nick Valenti’s untalented girlfriend Olive Neal a role in the show. Julian deftly manages every crisis that comes his way. Character Bari/Tenor.

NICK VALENTI: 55-65, a New York mob boss who is currently entrenched in a gangland battle for territory. His one sweet spot is for his girlfriend, Olive Neal. Keeping good on his promise to make her a star, Nick has agreed to put up the money to produce David Shane’s play, on the condition that Olive is cast in the show. Nick assigns his trusted hit man, Cheech, to keep an eye on her. Character Baritone (solid high E).

SHELDON FLENDER: 35-40, a good friend and fellow writer to David Shayne. A paragon of artistic integrity, Sheldon writes a script every year and considers the fact that none of them have ever been produced to be a sign of what a true genius he is. He also begins an affair with David’s girlfriend Ellen.