A Bronx Tale Open Call - Non Union National Tour

A Bronx Tale Open Call - Non Union National Tour

CATEGORY: Performer

Stewart/Whitley
New York, NY 10001
US

CONTACT NAME

Luke Schaffer

Job Details

DESCRIPTION

A BRONX TALE (Non-Union National Tour) 
Theatre
Venue: National Tour
NON-UNION

Producers: NETworks Presentations
Original Director: Robert DeNiro, Jerry Zaks
Associate Director: Steve Edlund
Original Choreographer: Sergio Trujillo
Associate Choreographer: Marc Kimelman
Musical Supervisor: Ron Melrose
Music: Alan Menken
Book and Lyrics: Chazz Palminteri, Glenn Slater
General Manager: Gregory Vander-Ploeg, Gentry Associates
Casting Director: Stewart/Whitley
Audition Date: 9/6
Start: 9/23
Open: 10/21
Closing: 05/10/2020
Rate: Compensation package: starting at $1,025/wk (incl. Salary/Housing Allowance - Per Diem) plus health fund and travel
Location: National Tour

CURRENTLY SEEKING:

[CARMINE] - Male 30-50, Caucasian. One of the neighborhood Wise Guys, will u/s the leading role of SONNY. Must have age, character and incredible charm and stature . Baritone. This is an Ensemble Role.

[FEMALE ENSEMBLE] 18 to 22 years old, Black/African American female. “Frieda” & “Denise”: to play 17 2 of Jane’s friends. Excellent singers/dancers – will understudy “Jane”.

[FEMALE SWING] 18 to 25 years old, Mixed Ethnicity female. Seeking a dancer/singer to cover all the female ensemble roles

DURATION

September 23, 2019 - May 10, 2020

Audition Information

WHEN

September 6, 2019 at 11:54AM - 12:00PM - Open Singer Call

Where

Pearl Studios, 519 8th Ave, Studio G

WHAT TO PREPARE

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2019 - OPEN SINGER CALL

Pearl Studios, 519 8th Ave, Studio G

Sign up begins at 11:00AM, Audition beings at 12:00PM. NO UNOFFICIAL LIST WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Please come prepared with a 16 bar cut in the style of the show (60's Doo-Wop/Pop), and your book of music.
An accompanist will be provided
Bring a copy of your headshot and resume.

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