Call Type: EPA
In the Room:
Michael Barakiva, Artistic Director
Nathan Norcross, Associate Artistic Director
Bryan Hagelin, Reader
Hangar Theatre's Monitor: Kate Garcia
Pursuant to the terms of a concession made to this employer's agreement, the employer has agreed that any Equity member who attends this call will have an opportunity to be seen.
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 actors and singers for various roles in the upcoming 2019 Season. See breakdown.
Please note that the Hangar believes in diversity in casting and encourages actors of all ethnicities to audition for all roles.
*All productions perform Tuesday 7:30 pm, Wednesday 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm, Thursday 7:30 pm, Friday 8:00 pm, Saturday 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm, and Sunday 7:30 pm.
OR, WHAT SHE WILL
by Liz Duffy Adams
Director: Morgan Gould
First Rehearsal: May 28, 2019
First Performance: June 13, 2019
Closing: June 22, 2019
Female. Late 20s to late 30s. LEAD. Must be comfortable with verse text. Aphra is sly and smart, and she is unafraid of her desires: for success, for love, for sex, for her art. The artistic team will absolutely consider actors of all races, physical abilities, and sizes, and will happily audition non-cisgender actors who are comfortable playing a feminine presenting role.
NELL GWYNN / JAILOR / MARIA
Female. Early 20s to early 30s, strong comedic actress, playful, flirtatious, Aphra's love interest. Must be comfortable with verse text. The artistic team will absolutely consider actors of all races, physical abilities, and sizes, and will happily audition non-cisgender actors who are comfortable playing a feminine presenting role.
KING CHARLES / WILLIAM SCOTT / LADY DAVENANT
Male. 30s-40s, must be facile with some accent work, physical comedy, playing multiple high comedic roles, must be good with verse text, but mostly must be hilariously funny. The artistic team will absolutely consider actors of all races, physical abilities, and sizes, and will happily audition non- cisgender actors who are comfortable playing a masculine presenting role.
INTO THE WOODS
by Stephen Sondheim & James Lapine
Director: Michael Barakiva,
Artistic Director Music Director: Daniel Lincoln
Choreographer: Andrea Smith
First Rehearsal: June 11, 2019
First Performance: June 28, 2019
Closing: July 13, 2019
Female. An ugly-then-gorgeous creature from another world who only gains satisfaction in this one as the obsessive protector of Rapunzel. Vocal Range: F3 – G5.
Female. 35 – 45. Determined and bright woman who wishes to be a mother. In a different world, she’d be running a corporation. Vocal Range: F3 – G5. (projected to double w/ Trish in Kinky Boots)
Female. 20 – 30. A young, earnest maiden who is constantly mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters. Vocal Range: G3 – G5. (projected to double with Lauren in Kinky Boots)
Female. 50 – 65. Browbeating and weary, Jack's protective mother who is independent, bold, and strong-willed. Vocal Range: Bb3 – Gb5.
Male. 35 – 45. A harried and insecure baker who is simple and loving, yet protective of his family. By the end of the play, through gains and loss, he becomes a sadder, more mature, more grounded man. Vocal Range: Ab2 – G4.
CINDERELLA’S PRINCE / WOLF / LUCINDA
Male. CP: Vain and gorgeous, he is a disloyal lover who is currently searching for the next new, exciting thing. W: Insatiable hunter who takes advantage of the weak by misleading, seducing and captivating his prey. L: Cinderella's stepsister who is black of heart. Vocal Range: Bb2 – Gb4.
RAPUNZEL’S PRINCE / FLORINDA
Male. RP: Just as vain and gorgeous as his Prince brother, he is always chasing the newest, most exiting endeavor. F: Cinderella's stepsister who is black of heart. Vocal Range: C#3 – E4.
NARRATOR / MYSTERIOUS MAN
Male. 50 – 65. N: An intellectual and pleasant story-teller who helps to orchestrate the show and illustrate lessons to the audience. MM: A mischievous vagrant and nosy meddler. Vocal Range: G2 – E4. (projected to double with Mr. Price in Kinky Boots)
Male. The feckless Giant killer who is 'almost a man.' He is adventurous, naive, energetic, and bright- eyed. Vocal Range: B2 – G4.
STEPMOTHER / GRANNY / STEWARD
SM: The mean-spirited, demanding stepmother of Cinderella. Vocal Range: A3 – F#5.
* This role is cast.
RAPUNZEL / GIANT / CINDERELLA’S MOTHER * This role is cast.
by Cyndi Lauper & Harvey Fierstein
Director/Choreographer: Gerry McIntyre
Music Director: TBD
First Rehearsal: July 2, 2019
First Performance: July 19, 2019
Closing: August 3, 2019
Male. Late 20’s – early 30’s. A leading man, just out of university. He is privileged, but likeable — his father owns the shoe factory. He is handsome and loveable, but there is a temper right under the skin. Vocal Range: C3 – B4.
Male. 30s – 40s. An emotionally and physically challenging role that requires the body of a boxer with the soul of a Diva, a la Whitney Houston. Must have star presence and feel comfortable wearing everything from full glamour as a scene-stealing drag performer to nothing but boxing trunks. Killer voice with power blues and gospel chops. Strong comedic actor. Vocal Range: C3 – B4 (one top C)
Female. 20s – 30s. Beautiful, but quirky (not glamourous like Nicola) working class girl who works in the shoe factory. Funny and smart but has had bad luck with men. Terrific comedic actress. Vocal Range: Bb3 – F#5.
(projected to double with Cinderella in Into the Woods)
Female. 30s-40s. Factory worker who has been there longer than any of the other women. A lot of life experience and a lot of responsibility–this shows in her face. Comedy chops. Vocal Range: Bb3 – D5. (projected to double with Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods)
Male. 40s – 60s. Charlie’s father and owner of the shoe factory. Appears in the opening and closing sequence as well as playing a pub patron, factory worker etc for the rest of the show.
Vocal Range: Bb2 – G4. (projected to double with Narrator/Mysterious Man in Into the Woods)
Male. Early 30s – early 40s. Lola’s nemesis. Burly hyper-masculine bear of a factory worker. Has a menacing physicality. Least likely to be seen on a runway in kinky boots. Strong actor required. Vocal Range: C3 – F4.
Male. 50 – 65. Factory manager, keeping up traditions. Reserved and tightly wound. Vocal Range: C3 – F4
Male. Father of Young Simon (Lola).
PAT / ENSEMBLE
Female. 30s. Officious office manager who will let her wild side loose when allowed. Vocal Range: Bb3 – F#5.
NICOLA / ENSEMBLE
Female. 20s. Charlie’s girlfriend since school. Sophisticated looks. She is a social climber, driven and uncompromising. She knows what she wants and goes for it. Vocal Range: Bb3 – F#5.
HARRY / ENSEMBLE
Male. 20s – 30s. A contemporary of Charlie’s, but his opposite. Harry is successful, self-aware, confident and carefree. Vocal Range: E3 – C4.
Male. 20s. Drag performer from the Blue Angel Nightclub who performs with Lola. Vocal Range: tops out at A4 – C#5
YOUNG CHARLIE Male. 8-10. Local youth.
Male. 8-10. Local youth.
The cast will also include an ENSEMBLE that appears as factory workers, pub patrons, etc.
by Kate Hamill
Director: Linsay Firman
First Rehearsal: July 23, 2019
First Performance: August 8, 2019
Closing: August 17, 2019
Female. The matriarch of the March family. Ahead of her time. Deeply compassionate. Tough. Intelligent.
HANNAH / MRS. MINGOTT / AUNT MARCH
Female. H: the March's longtime housekeeper, cook, and de facto babysitter. A treasure; a traditionalist. Takes no nonsense. Matter-of-fact; she's the boss of that kitchen, for sure. MM: a very rich, stylish woman. AM: the most unpleasant old woman imaginable.
Female. The second-to-oldest March. Does not fit comfortably within the given parameters of her given gender role. A deep fire within her. Impatient. Not the most tolerant. Wants to change the world. Very smart and knows it. A mix of insecurity and aspiration. Boyish and rough-and-tumble. Sometimes antagonistic. Can be quite awkward or abrupt; bad temper when riled. A great sense of humor. Passionate. Ahead of her time. A warrior. A special protective relationship with Beth.
Female. The oldest March daughter. Wears glasses. Acts as Marmie's second in the house. A romantic at heart - likes to dress up and have little luxuries in life.
Female. The third March. Very sweet and paralytically shy. Agoraphobic. An extremely special person. Almost incapable of going out in the world; sheltered by her family. Loves deeply and has deep empathy for everyone. Loves the simple things in life - so much that it hurts. Sees much more than anyone realizes. Brave and sensitive; quick to forgive and heal wounds. An observer. Possibly on the autism spectrum.
Female. The youngest March. Opinionated and spunky; popular and quite focused on style. Not the most tolerant. Sometimes puts on airs. Perhaps a bit spoiled. A perfect little lady - except for her temper, and her not-so-great command of "vocabilary." Grows up to be quite beautiful and elegant. Madly in love with Laurie.
MR. LAURENCE / MR. DASHWOOD / ROBERT MARCH / MESSENGER
Male. ML: Laurie’s grandfather. Hard exterior, but a good heart. MD: Boozy editor from whom Jo seeks publication. RM: Marmie’s husband and father to the March daughters. Civil war soldier who is wounded in combat and returns home.
THEODORE ‘LAURIE’ LAURENCE
Male. A sweet and handsome young man; sensitive. Funny, charming, and caring. A natural musician. Does not fit comfortably within the given parameters of his given gender role - he doesn't want to grow up to be a soldier or tedious man of business. Finds a family in the Marches.
Male. Laurie's sometimes stiff and awkward tutor. A poor man; well educated. Has a very noticeable limp - probably served in the war and was let home. Feels deeply. Quite madly in love with Meg.
Contact for Appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org
801 Taughannock Blvd
Ithaca, NY 14850
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Lunch 1 to 2
16-32 bars of a song (of your choosing) + 1 side (provided) OR 2 sides (provided) * Please indicate what role you would like to read for when requesting appointment. Sides will be provided via email when confirming appointment.