Theater: Musicals

Production: Gateway Playhouse 1st Half Season

Actors (Lead)

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Gateway Playhouse is casting its first half season to include "Grease!" (Rehearsals begin May 7; runs May 22-June 8; Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey, lyrics), "Young Frankenstein" (Rehea...more

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Seeking

Males & Females, ages 18-64, All Ethnicities

Role Description

Actors: (Lead)

Auditions

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Full Breakdown

"Grease!"
Danny Zuko: male, 18-25, leader of the Burger Palace Boys. Sandy Dumbrowski: female, 18-25, sweet girl next door, turned Pink Lady, great pop belter. Kenickie: male, 18-25, muscular, sexy, and second in command of the Burger Palace Boys. Roger: male, 18-25, the clown of the Burger Place Boys, could be stocky, in shape, great pop/rock voice. Doody: male, 18-25, the baby of the Burger Palace Boys, should read younger than the rest, high-tenor pop belt. Sonny: male, 18-25, the slimy Burger Palace boy, good mover and singer. Betty Rizzo: female, 18-25, leader of the Pink Ladies, rough around the edges, pop belt. Frenchie: female, 18-25, the ditzy member of the Pink Ladies, must have a great character presence and good comic timing. Marty: female, 18-25, the sexy Pink Lady with an essence of Marylin Monroe, great singer. Jan: female, 18-25, the goofy pink lady, great comic timing, a strong singer/actress. Patty Simcox: female, 18-25, the head cheerleader and leader of the "Good Kids," antithesis of a Pink Lady. Eugene Florzyck: male, 18-25, class valedictorian, typical class nerd, slightly awkward and uncomfortable, possibly a squeaky speaking voice. Vince Fontaine: male, 30-40, typical 1950s radio DJ, must have a smarmy yet polished way about him, good singer. Johnny Casino: male, 20-30, bandleader at class dance, excellent rock singer, has a great personality, may double as teen angel. Teen Angel: male, any age, classic 1950s teen idol, great singer with a handsome persona. Miss Lynch: female, 40s-60s, typical 1950s teacher, birdlike qualities that she can peck at a student to get what she wants.

"Young Frankenstein"
Young Frankenstein: male, 30s-40s, famous scientist dedicated to his work and innocent of the world at large, intent to distance himself from Grandfather's notorious scientific legacy, warm lyric baritone who sings to E-flat, a comic actor, requires vocal power for a full-voice traditional Broadway ballad. Elizabeth: female, 30s, Frederick's spoiled, self-centered fiancée, a lyric soprano with wide range (to high C) who can deliver showy coloratura fireworks with ease. Igor: 30-40s, hunchback servant at the Frankenstein estate in Transylvania with a high light baritone (to F sharp), should have the charm to sing English music hall style songs and the showbiz savvy of Jimmy Durante. Inga: 20s-30s, young local Transylvanian woman who becomes Dr. Frankenstein's eager assistant, oblivious to her own sexuality and appeal, but is a bright, youthful "Broadway Mezzo" with a high sustained belt to D-flat and a voice that extends up to high E. Frau Blucher: 40s-60s, the housekeeper at the Frankenstein estate, great slyly comic role that requires a skilled, dark alto with a sense of the Berlin Cabaret world of the 1920s-30s, solid belt up to B-flat that extends up to E-flat. Inspector of Kemp/Blind Man: 40s-50s, bass-baritone voice that can soar to high F. The Monster: the monster created when Dr. Frankenstein performs his famous brain transplant, bass-baritone with sound up to E-flat, physically imposing.

"Singin in the Rain"
Don Lockwood: male, 30s, great singer and dancer, especially tap, the typical song and dance man. Cosmo Brown: male, 30s, great singer, tap dancer, and character actor. Kathy Selden: female, 20s, great singer, tap dancer, girl next door type, must have a great singing voice and sweetness about her. Lina Lamont: female, 20-30s, great character actress that must be gorgeous in face and figure and able to play over the top comedy. R.F. Simpson: male, 40s, movie studio producer type. Roscoe Dexter: male, 30s-40s, classic movie director type. Zelda Zanders: female 20s, Lina's friend, great singer & dancer. Rod: male, 20s-40s, head of publicity department, mover and shaker type. Olga Mara: female 20s-30s, silent screen vamp. Dora Bailey: female, 20s-30s, radio show host. Phoebe Dinsmore: female, 20s-30s, Lina's diction coach. Production Tenor/Dialect Coach: male, 20s-30s, tenor, god character actor.