Theater: Musicals

Production: Goodspeed Musicals 2013-14 Season, CT

Actors (Supporting)

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Goodspeed Musicals is casting its 2013-14 season of performances at the Norma Terris Theatre. Season includes "The Fabulous Lipitones" (Gordon Greenberg, dir. Rehearsals begin Apri...more

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Males & Females, ages 10-50, All Ethnicities

Role Description

Actors: (Supporting)

Full Character Breakdown:


Phil Rizzardi: 50's Owner of "Phil's Eternally Fit" gym, though you'd never know it by his roundish physique. An Alpha. Aggressive, sarcastic, and suspicious of people who are not American. Great singer who can handle Barbershop melodies, but believes he is too good for this corny style.

Howard Dunphy: 50's. Buttoned-down accountant at the Purina Dogfood Plant in town. A guy who avoids conflict, just wants everyone to be happy, which usually results in no one being happy. An equivocator, unable to take strong stands. Great singer who can handle Barbershop melodies.

Wally Smith: 50's. Head Pharmacist at the smallest, least successful drug store in Tooms County, though to hear him talk you'd never know it. An unlikely egotist. Great singer, can handle Barbershop melodies. Totally devoted to this group --The Lipitones are his life. Although, currently, he's distracted by his discovery of Internet dating.

Bob (Baba Mati Das): 20-30. Mechanic at Phil's Gas-N- Git Automotive. From Bombay, he is eager for this chance to "fit in" as an American. Emotionally evolved. A giving, and forgiving, spirit. Loves music, sings beautifully, but new to Barbershop.


Ella Minnow Pea:

18. Very bright, inquisitive, passionate. A tad awkward socially. Contemporary musical theatre belt to Db, with strong mix.

Gwenette Minnow Pea:

Early 40s. Loving mother and wife. Loyal, sweet and caring. Legit contemporary musical theatre.

Georgeanne Towgate:

Mid 30s - early 40s. Wolf in sheep's clothing. Meek and quiet on the outside, with a fierce and passionate fighter just under the surface. Legit soprano to high C, with a strong mix.

Agnes Prather:

Mid 30s. Loyal friend and mother. Slightly nervous. Legit contemporary musical theatre.

Eugenia Prather:

Ace 11. Precocious and bright. Wise and extremely capable for her age. Strong belt to C an octave above middle C.

Ruth Greenly/Houston LaGreer:

Two roles (early 40s) for one versatile character actress. Ruth: Loving wife. Houston: Steely leader of the High Island Council. Legit singer with a strong contemporary musical theatre mix.

Marigold McGregor/Others:

Late 20s - mid 30s. Actress in this role also plays Thug in Act 1, sc. 3 and Mimi in Act II. Must be able to move. Good sense of rhythm. Legit singer, with strong contemporary musical theatre mix.

Nate Warren:

20s. American student with a charming Southern accent. Scientist; perhaps a touch nerdy, but still highly attractive. Contemporary musical theatre baritone to Gb.

Otto Minnow Pea:

Early 40s. Devoted father and husband. Kind and gentle, with a dark and reckless streak hidden just below the surface. Legit baritone to E.

Timmy Towgate:

Age 11. A brat. Mouthy and rather simple. A bully. Sings up to C an octave above middle C.

Zach O'Dare / Others:

20s - mid 30s. Actor also plays Thug in Act I, sc. 3. Strong rhythmically. Legit contemporary musical theatre.

Peyton Ebert / Others:

20 – late 30s. Actor also plays Thug in Act I, sc. 3, and Percy in Act II. Rhythmically sound. Legit contemporary musical theatre.

Shubert Greenly / Others:

30s – 50. Outspoken town leader. Stubborn and opinionated. Actor also plays Tad in Act II and Lyttle in Act II, scs. 8 & 10. Seeking a good character actor. Legit contemporary musical theatre.

Willy Creevy / Others:

20s. Passionate town rebel. Passionate and fierce. Actor also plays Rory in Act I, sc. 8 and Creighton in Act II. Legit tenor.


Dan: 50s
Daniel: 30s
Danny: 20s but will play 10-20, as well as auxiliary characters
Susan: 30s
Sue: 50s
Susie: 20s but will play 10-20 as well as auxiliary characters.

All six actors require amazing voices and acting "chops" with a great sense of play and professionalism.