The Honeymooners - NYC EPA

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The Honeymooners - NYC EPA

Paper Mill Playhouse
Millburn, NJ

Job Details

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Performer

TITLE

The Honeymooners - NYC EPA

DESCRIPTION

Call Type: EPA

CONTRACT
COST
TIER 4 ($857.00/WEEK MINIMUM)

PERSONNEL
Producing Artistic Director: Mark S. Hoebee
Associate Artistic Director: Patrick Parker (in attendance at the EPAs and ECCs)
Music: Stephen Weiner
Lyrics: Peter Mills
Book: Dusty Kay and Bill Nuss
Director: John Rando
Choreographer: Joshua Bergasse
Music Supervisor: Remy Kurs
Casting: Telsey + Company / Patrick Goodwin, Casting Director (in attendance at the EPA and Singers ECC) and Rebecca Scholl, Casting Associate (in attendance at the Dancers ECC)

OTHER DATES
Rehearsals: (In NY) August 21, 2017
1st Performance: Sept 28, 2017
Closing: October 29, 2017

OTHER

EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition.

An Equity Monitor will be provided.

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 actor/singers for various roles


BREAKDOWN

[RALPH KRAMDEN]
Male, 40’s. Caucasian. Heavy set, blusterous, a dreamer, full of himself in the best way. A schemer. (Reference YouTube clips of Jackie Gleason’s performance in the television show episodes “The $99,000 Answer” and “The Golfer”). Actors should find a balance between their own interpretation of the character and the character we know from the television series. Must have an excellent baritone voice and have fantastic comedic timing. PRINCIPAL.

[ALICE KRAMDEN]
Female, mid-30s-late 40s. Caucasian. Caustic, sarcastic, yet very funny in her retorts to Ralph. A loving and caring wife underneath the veneer of her jabs at Ralph. (Reference YouTube clips of Audrey Meadows’ performance in the television show). Actors should find a balance between their own interpretation of the character and the character we know from the television series. Must be able to deliver zingers with effortlessly well-placed comedic timing. Must have a fantastic voice with a high belt. PRINCIPAL.

[ED NORTON]
Male, 40s. Caucasian. Tall, lanky, comedic, a little dumb, sweet and true blue. Working class, physical. (Reference YouTube clips of Art Carney’s performance in the television show- . “The $99,000 Answer” and “The Golfer” are two of the best). Actors should find a balance between their own interpretation of the character and the character we know from the television series. Must have a strong baritone voice and have excellent physical and comedic timing. PRINCIPAL.

[TRIXIE NORTON]
Female, mid 30s-early 40s. Caucasian. Not like Trixie in the television series. Sexy and beautiful... like Adelaide in “Guys and Dolls”... a background as a singer, takes a job singing at El Morocco. Must have an excellent voice with a strong belt, have excellent comedic timing and dance and tap very well. PRINCIPAL.

[BRYCE BENNETT]
Male, 40’s-50’s. Any ethnicity. A shark in an Ad Agency. Leading Man type (Jon Hamm in Mad Men). Must be very funny, even though he’s harassed and panicked by Upshaw in their first scene together, he’s a shark that’s being out-sharked. Manipulates Norton, always three steps ahead. Must have a great baritone singing voice and have great comedic timing. PRINCIPAL.

[OLD MAN FACCIAMATTA]
Male, 70’s-80’s. Any ethnicity. Must be able to do an Italian accent. Seemingly nice, turns vicious but in a funny, likeable manner. Ideally seeking a strong mover. Must sing very well. PRINCIPAL.

[UPSHAW]
Male, 50’s-60’s. Any ethnicity. Tough, funny, boss who speaks in a rapid staccato manner. Enjoys comedic riding of employees in a very dry, deadpan manner. Must have great comic timing. Non- singing role. PRINCIPAL.

Union

EPA

Audition Information

Where

Ripley-Grier Studios (520)
520 8th Ave
New York, NY 10018-6507

WHEN
Thursday, April 06, 2017
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Lunch 1:30 to 2:30

WHAT TO PREPARE

Please prepare a short, contemporary musical theatre song that shows off range and character. If auditioning for UPSHAW, please prepare a short monologue in the style of the character as described above. A piano accompanist will be provided. Please bring a headshot and resume stapled together.

Minors must be accompanied by an adult