Auditions will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2013. More information coming soon.
In the event that you could not attend auditions, but would like to be considered. Email your headshot and resume to Jen James and we will add you to our "Call Talent" file and directors may be able to see you at callbacks.
Fiona Foster - Frank's wife; having an affair with Bob
Bob Phillips - Works for Frank; having an affair with Fiona
Teresa Phillips - Bob's wife
William Detweiler - Works for Frank
Mary Detweiler - William's wife
A TALENT FOR MURDER
Anne Royce Clayton - Woman in her seventies (her age varying upon her mood), America's foremost and most venerable mystery writer. Either to be played by an age-appropriate actress or a younger actress in age make-up (since her vitality and energy are a major focus of the script).
Dr. Anthony Wainwright - An urbane, sardonic Englishmen in his late sixties.
Rashi - Anne's butler, an East Indian convict in his mid-thirties.
Lawrence McClain - Anne's oldest child, in his late thirties, editor of an esoteric poetry magazine.
Sheila McClain - Lawrence's beautiful wife, in her thirties, operator of a successful art gallery. Her beauty is exceeded only by her ruthless ambition.
Pamela Harrison - Anne's granddaughter, aged twenty-five, sweet and innocent, the victim of a plane-crash which left her, by injury, with the mental capacity of a fifteen-year old.
Mark Harrison - Pamela's husband, thirty. An attractive, aggressive foreign car dealer.
MRS. BOB CRATCHIT'S WILD CHRISTMAS BINGE
Ghost - Lots of attitude; preferable an African American woman
Ebeneezer Scrooge - Dickens' cranky crumudgeon with "seasonal tourettes"
Bob Cratchit - Dickens' meek bookkeeper
Mrs. Bob Cratchit - NOTHING like Dickens' mild mannered housewife
Tiny Time - played by young, boyish adult (or can be played by one of Fezziwig's daughters)
Little Nell - Female; also plays Mrs. Fezziwig and the Beadle's Wife
Gentleman 1 - Male; plays Mr. Fezziwig, The Beadle and Act 1 Bartender
Gentleman 2 - Male; plays Edvar, George Bailey, Voice of Tess, and Serena
Ghost of Jacob Marley - Male; also plays Clarence and Act 1 Bartender
The Nice Mrs. Cratchit - Female; also plays Hedwig and Lovely Irish Voice
Young Ebeneezer - Boy age 8 - 13; also plays Cratchit Child 2
Young Jacob Marley - Girl age 8 - 13; also plays Cratchit Child 1 and ZuZu
MUSICALS & AVAILABLE ROLES
All company members are involved in dance numbers throughout the course of the show. The dance in the show is Fosse-style, ie Chicago, Pippin. Please come prepared to dance at auditions.
Vittorio Vidal - Male; baritone; 30 - 45
Nikki - Female; mezzo - 30 - 45
Helene - Female; mezzo; 23 - 35
Oscar Lindquist – Male; baritone; 25 – 35
Daddy Johann Sebastian Brubeck – Male; baritone; 28 – 48