9 To 5: The Musical - Long Beach, CA EPA/ECC Singers (12.05.22) | Playbill

9 To 5: The Musical - Long Beach, CA EPA/ECC Singers (12.05.22)

CATEGORY: Performer

Musical Theatre West
Long Beach, CA

Job Details

DESCRIPTION

CALL TYPE
EPA

CONTRACT
COST
$898 weekly minimum (Tier 2+)

AUDITION DATE
Monday, December 5, 2022
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM (P)
Lunch 2:00pm - 3:00pm

LOCATION
Musical Theatre West Rehearsal Hall
4350 East 7th Street
Long Beach, CA 90804

Parking may be more limited than usual. Street parking is recommended.

PERSONNEL
Book by Patricia Resnick
Music by Dolly Parton
Lyrics by Dolly Parton

Music Direction by Wilkie Ferguson III
Choreographed by Alexis Carra Girbés

Expected to attend:
Executive Director/Producer: Paul Garman
Director: Cynthia Ferrer
Company Manager: Bren Thor

OTHER DATES
Callback dates: Monday, December 12th, 2022

First rehearsal: Monday, January 23rd, 2023
Preview: Friday, February 10th, 2023
Opening: Saturday, February 11th, 2023
Closing: Sunday, February 26th, 2023

APPOINTMENTS
For appointments contact [email protected] (please include your Equity status)

OTHER
www.musical.org

All actors must be vaccinated for COVID-19 or have a bona fide Health or Religious exemption.

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 for principal and chorus singer roles in 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL (See breakdown).

Musical Theatre West strives to reflect its community and welcomes and encourages all performers of any gender identity, age, religion, sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, language, physical ability or diverse viewpoints to audition.

Los Angeles/Orange County area locals are encouraged to audition.

PREPARATION
Please prepare a short vocal selection in the style of the show you are auditioning for. Singing from the show is welcomed. Callback material will be found at musical.org/auditions at least 1 week prior to callbacks

BREAKDOWN

SEEKING:
Violet:
40-50, The company's Head Secretary and Mr. Hart's Administrative Assistant, she is a single mother and typically stands up for what she believes in. Attractive, strong, ambitious. Vocal range: F3 - D5

Doralee: 25-35, A young, sexy spitfire who works at Mr. Hart's office. She is proof that there is more to a woman than just her looks. Vocal range: G3 - E5

Judy: 30-35, The "new" girl at the firm, she has been burned by her husband's affair and is searching for personal empowerment. Insecure, determined, and hopeful. Vocal range: Ab3 - F5

Franklin Hart: 45-55, One of the firm's executives and a notorious chauvinist. He is capable of faking charm but usually shows his true colors as an arrogant, self-absorbed boss. Vocal range: C3 - Gb4

Roz Keith: 35-55, The attentive office gossip queen and snitch. She has an unrequited love for Mr. Hart and will do anything she can to win his approval. Vocal range: G3 - C5

Joe/Ensemble: 25-35, A handsome, young office accountant. Genuine and nice, and smitten with Violet. Vocal range: B2 - G4

Dwayne/Ensemble: 25-35, Doralee's attractive husband. He is very supportive of her professional pursuits. Vocal range: E2 - G4

Josh/Ensemble: 15-18, Violet's awkward teenage son.

Missy/Ensemble: 30-45, Franklin Hart's wife, clueless to her husband's true nature.

Maria/Ensemble: 20-35, A young and vibrant secretary in Hart's office. Vocal range: F4 - D5

Dick/Ensemble: 35-45, Judy's soon-to-be ex-husband. An average guy, he is sporting a little less hair and a little more paunch than he did ten years ago.

Kathy/Ensemble: 30-45, A secretary in Hart's office with a tendency to gossip. Vocal range: G4 - D5

Margaret/Ensemble: 35-45, A secretary in Hart's office with a tendency to drink.

Tinsworthy/Ensemble: 50-65, Franklin Hart's boss and Chairman of the Board. A good man, who may be wiser to Hart's ways than he lets on.

Requirement for proof of vaccination:
Everyone entering the audition venue (i.e., venue employees, Equity members, non-members, casting personnel, creatives, producers, musicians, etc.) will be required to show proof of COVID vaccination prior to entry into the venue. (Anyone with a medical or religious exemption from vaccination, should e-mail [email protected] with "Vaccination exemption" in the subject line and attach proof of exemption in advance of their appointment. Information provided will be kept confidential.) Anyone with symptoms of COVID, flu, or any other infectious disease that can be transmitted by casual contact should not attend the auditions.

Everyone participating in the auditions is encouraged to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask or respirator (N95, KN95 or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask.

If the risk level for Los Angeles County is trending upwards and may rise to High (Red) we will contact members with appointments at least 48 hours before the first audition appointment time to let them know there is a chance that the auditions may need to be postponed or cancelled. All members with appointments will be notified at least 24 hours in advance if the auditions must be postponed or cancelled.

We encourage members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms.

Maximum capacity in audition room at once: 33
Maximum capacity in holding room at once: 30

SALARY

COST $898 weekly minimum (Tier 2+)

UNION

AEA

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