Penobscot Theatre Company 2018-19 Season - Bangor ME EPA (03.24.18) / Updated (02.15.18)

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Penobscot Theatre Company 2018-19 Season - Bangor ME EPA (03.24.18) / Updated (02.15.18)

Penobscot Theatre Company
Bangor, ME

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Penobscot Theatre Company 2018-19 Season - Bangor ME EPA (03.24.18) / Updated (02.15.18)

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Call Type: EPA

CONTRACT
SPT
SPT-5; SPT-9 ; $425/wk min; $679/wk min

PERSONNEL/ Updated (02.15.18)
Expected to be in attendance:
Bari Newport, Producing Artistic Director
Mary Budd, Executive Director
Dominick Varney, Director (Honky Tonk Laundry)
Amy Roeder (Director of Education)

OTHER DATES / Updated (02.15.18)
PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE (subject to change)
Wednesdays, Thursdays @7pm
Fridays @8pm

1st Saturday @ 5pm; other Saturdays @8pm; + second Saturday matinee at 3pm
Sundays @ 3pm

PLEASE NOTE: Holiday production includes all 7pm evening performances and 1pm matinees on weekends

OTHER
www.penobscottheatre.org

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.

SEEKING
Equity actors and actor/singers for various roles in the upcoming 2018-19 Season. See breakdown.

BREAKDOWN

THE GRADUATE
adapted by Terry Johnson
Based on the Novel by Charles Webb

And the Motion Picture Screenplay by Calder Willingham & Buck Henry 1ST rehearsal - 8/14/18
Opens - 9/8/18
Closes - 9/23/18

Benjamin
(early 20s) – young and disillusioned; coming of age in the 60s

Mr. Braddock
(50s/60s) – successful, has big dreams for his son; came of age in the 40s

Elaine
(early 20s) - her bright, seemingly naive and optimistic charm hides an emotionally fragile disposition

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WAIT UNTIL DARK
by Frederick Knott
Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher
1st rehearsal - 9/25/18
Opens - 10/20/18
Closes - 11/4/18

Susan
(30s/40s) – vivacious, charming and determined

Mike
(30s/40s) – charming, handsome small time con-artist

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ELF the Musical
Book by Thomas Meehan and Bob Martin
Music by Matthew Sklar
Lyrics by Chad Beguelin
1st rehearsal - 11/6/18
Opens - 12/8/18
Closes - 12/30/18

Buddy
(ageless) – has enthusiasm for absolutely everything; strong physical mover with singing voice up to a G.

Jovie
(20s/30s) – comic, appealing and lovely; a New Yorker who finds her Christmas spirit through Buddy; strong belt up to a D flat.

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HONKY TONK LAUNDRY
by Roger Bean
1st rehearsal - 1/8/19
Opens - 2/2/19
Closes - 2/24/19

Katie Lane Murphy

(30-50) Neurotic, obsessive and quick with her temper; learns to open up and face her fears, especially after a little self medication. (Mezzo-Soprano with strong belt)

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RIPCORD
by David Lindsay-Abaire
1st rehearsal - 2/19/19
Opens - 3/16/19
Closes - 5/12/19

Abby Binder
(70s-80s) a blunt, no-nonsense resident of a senior living facility who uses biting humor to keep people away from her and keep her room to herself
Marilyn Dunne

(70s-80s) a chipper chatterbox whose strength lies in always finding the positive; looking for a friend

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FUN HOME
Book and lyrics by Lisa Kron
Music by Jeanine Tesori,
lyrics and book by Fred Alley Based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel
1st rehearsal - 4/2/19
Opens - 4/27/19
Closes - 5/12/19

Alison
(43) – a cartoonist who is now a self aware adult; narrator; strong singer who can move seamlessly in vocal quality from speech to song; low E to light belt C sharp

Bruce
(40s) – Alison’s father; a complex man with a hot temper as a result of years of repression; can be caring and attentive to his children but is also quick to anger; must be a strong singer who can move seamlessly in vocal quality from speech to song; range B to G

Helen
(30s -40s) Alison’s mother; frustrated, exhausted by her tumultuous marriage; must be a strong singer who can move seamlessly in vocal quality from speech to song; A flat to strong mixed E

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MAMMA MIA
Music and lyrics by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus
Book by Catherine Johnson
1st rehearsal - 5/14/19
Opens - 6/15/19
Closes - 7/7/19

Donna Sheridan
(40s-50s) belter; after having her daughter (Sophie) at a young age, Donna started working at a Taverna on a remote Greek Island. She now owns and operates that Taverna. She is the former lead singer of Donna and the Dynamos. (F#3-D5)

Harry
(40s-50s) may be Sophie’s father; British financier, responsible, well to do, conservative, trying to reconnect with his freer younger self; English accent; (C3-E4)

Sam
(40s-50s) may be Sophie’s father; charming, sexy, smart and successful architect; (C3-G4)

APPOINTMENTS
Please email casting@penobscottheatre.org or call (207) 947-6618 x 110; please leave your name, your phone number and your date and time preference. AEA members without appointments seen as time permits.

Union

EPA

Audition Information

Where

Bangor Opera House
131 Main St
Bangor, ME 04401-6309

2nd Floor Rehearsal Room

WHEN
Saturday, March 24, 2018
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Lunch 1 to 1:30

WHAT TO PREPARE

Please prepare 2 contrasting contemporary monologues not more than 2minutes long and, if you sing, two contrasting songs which show your range, not more than 32 bars each. You may only be asked for one monologue and one song, but please be prepared with two.

Minors must be accompanied by an adult

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