A Chorus Line - Hilton Head, SC EPA

A Chorus Line - Hilton Head, SC EPA

CATEGORY: Performer

Arts Center of Coastal Carolina
Hilton Head Island, SC

Job Details


Call Type: EPA

Tier 7; $530/week

Expected at the Equity Principal Dance Call: Richard Feldman, Vice President & General Manager
Casey Colgan, Director & Choreographer, A Chorus Line

1st Rehearsal - April 9,
1st Preview - May 1,
Opening - May 3,
Closing - June 2.
Performances Tuesday - Saturday 8:00PM & Sunday 2:00PM.


An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition.

Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.

Equity actor/singer/dancers for various roles.


ZACH: Male, 30s-40s. Brilliant, driven director-choreographer; still a strong dancer. Commanding

speaking voice and personality; incisive, curious, in control.

LARRY: Male, 20s. Zach’s assistant. Authoritative presence; a beautiful, polished dancer.

DON: Male, 26. Married dancer with kids. Handsome and athletic; from the Midwest.

MAGGIE: Female, 25. Sweet, pretty girl-next-door from California. Sensitive, lyrical singer with strong high belt for “At the Ballet.”

MIKE: Male, 24. From an Italian family in New Jersey. Engagingly confident; brash and scrappy. Very strong dancer for “I Can Do That” solo; compact build, acrobatics a plus.

CONNIE: Female, 32, Asian. Petite dancer with great energy and a spunky sense of humor. GREG: Male, 32. Experienced gay, Jewish dancer from the Upper East Side. Stylish and sophisticated, with a dry, jaded sense of humor.

CASSIE: Female, 32. Former featured dancer on Broadway, now auditioning for a chorus job after trying for an acting career in Los Angeles. Lovely, vulnerable actress with a strong voice. Phenomenal dancer for “The Music and the Mirror” solo. Excellent Singer.

SHEILA: Female, 29. Statuesque veteran dancer; her outspoken, caustic sense of humor usually (but not always) masks her fears and insecurities. Strong actress; alto.

BOBBY: Male, 25. Tall, attractive, with an offbeat, eccentric sense of humor. Physically inventive comic actor; from Buffalo.

BEBE: Female, 22. New to New York from Boston; eager to please but insecure. Wry, self-effacing sense of humor. Belt voice.

JUDY: Female, 26. From El Paso, Texas. Kooky, sexy, and a little ditsy but warm and likeable.

RICHIE: Male, 27, African-American. Athletic, high-energy dancer with strong R&B falsetto range.

AL: Male, 30. From the Bronx. Genial and outgoing, with a streetwise edge. Very loving and supportive of his new wife, Kristine. Strong baritenor voice for “Sing!”

KRISTINE: Female, 18-22. Inexperienced and nervous; eager and full of energy. Great comic timing; performs the number “Sing!”

VAL: Female, 27. Open and friendly but ambitious, with a foul mouth and an uninhibited sense of humor. Owes her shapely figure to cosmetic surgery; sings “Dance: 10; Looks: 3.”

MARK: Male, 20. The youngest auditionee, fresh-faced, naive, and eager. Boyishly handsome; strong dancer.

PAUL: Male, 27. Puerto Rican, from Spanish Harlem. Shy and nervous; eventually opens up with the famous monologue about growing up gay and his early experiences in a drag show. Fine dancer, sensitive, honest actor.

DIANA: Female, 27, born in the Bronx to Puerto Rican parents. Spirited and feisty, with great warmth and love for the theatre. Beautiful singing voice for “Nothing” and “What I Did for Love”



Audition Information


Arts Center of Coastal Carolina
14 Shelter Cove Ln
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928-3543

2nd Floor Black Box Studio

Saturday, December 15, 2018
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM

break from 2pm to 3:30pm


Please Bring a headshot and resume. Actors should wear dance attire and jazz shoes and prepare a song in the style of the show...traditional Broadway, or contemporary pop. Singing from the show is welcome. An Accompanist will be provided.

Minors must be accompanied by an adult


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