Theater: Musicals

Production: MA, 'Chicago'

Principal & Ensemble Roles (Lead)

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Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston is casting "Chicago."

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Males & Females, ages 18-64, All Ethnicities

Role Description

Principal & Ensemble Roles: (Lead)

Full Breakdown

Roxie Hart: female, plays 20s-50s, quick-witted chorus girl whose sexy innocence belies her willingness to do anything to have her name in lights - including murder, excellent dancer with strong sense of self, mezzo with belt/strong dancer, LEAD. Velma: female, 20s-50s, exotic vampy, well-known performer who's used sex appeal and keen, manipulative skills to keep her in public news, imprisoned murderess who sees Roxie's growing fame as a threat, excellent dancer with strong sense of style, mezzo with belt/strong dancer, LEAD. Billy Flynn: male, plays 30s-50s, dashing good looks and charm, smart wheeler-dealing lawyer good at manipulating truths with a likable demeanor, strong mover, baritone, LEAD. Matron 'Mama' Morton: female, plays 30s-50s, matronly with an edge, runs the Cook County Jail with slippery loyalties to female inmates, a fan of the girls' fame, character actress with comic ability and tough power, alto, great belt a must. Amos Hart: male, plays 30s-50s, Roxie's gullible husband, vulnerable social misfit, blind to Roxie's true colors by his needy love for her, must have an affable likability and sincerity, baritone. Mary Sunshine: male to play female, counter tenor, falsetto (soprano range high B flat), a talk-show hostess, gossip monger who feigns a good-natured exterior to grab the scoop for her gossip column. Ensemble: male and female, the roles of Fred Casely, Sergeant Fogarty, Go-To-Hell-Kitty, and the "Cell Block Tango" ladies will be cast from the ensemble of strong dancer-singers. Note: Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.