A Chorus Line - NYC ECC / Male Singers (02.05.20)

A Chorus Line - NYC ECC / Male Singers (02.05.20)

CATEGORY: Performer

Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival
Center Valley, PA

Job Details


Call Type: ECC

2020 contract/salary pending.
LOA $ 753 (2019 minimum)

Dennis Razze, director (at audition)
Stephen Casey, Choreographer (at audition)

1st rehearsal: May 19, 2020
Closing: June 28

ECC 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.

Fit dancers with strong technical dance ability who are also strong singers. See breakdown for more details.


Male and female aspiring Broadway dancer-singers.

LARRY: Tenor. Zach’s assistant. Authoritative, strong dancer.

AL DELUCA: Baritone. Late 20s to early 30s. From the Bronx. Street tough, macho, and newly married to Kristine; very protective. Mid to late 20s.

BEBE BENZENHEIMER: Alto. From Boston. Very insecure about her looks, very funny which is a cover for her insecurities. Feels a little excluded but just wants to be liked. Early twenties.

BOBBY MILLS: Baritone. Mid 20s. Flamboyant, funny, snarky, and witty. Very sharp-tongued. Covers over everything with a joke; had a hard childhood. From New York.

CONNIE WONG: Alto. Experienced dancer. Late 20s to early 30s. Petite. A bit of a mother hen with a great sense of humor. Born in Chinatown, Lower East Side, New York.

DON KERR: Baritone. Mid 20s. Ladies’ man, married; into cars, money, and women. Very sure of himself. Worked with Zach before.

GREGORY GARDENER: Baritone. Sassy, Jewish gay man. Quite a smart-aleck and has worked with Zach before. Very East Side New York.

JUDY TURNER: Mezzo. Mid 20s. Funny, nervous. Warm and hopeful. Very awkward except when dancing.

KRISTINE ULRICH: Al’s wife who can’t sing. A bit flighty, scatterbrained. Early 20s.

MAGGIE WINSLOW: Mezzo. Mid 20s. Kindhearted, little sister type. Dreamer. Fairly experienced dancer from California.

MARK ANTHONY: Tenor. Late teens-early 20s. Optimistic first-timer. Naïve but charming. Great dancer and hardworking kid. Obsessed with sex; from Arizona.

MIKE COSTA: Tenor. Mid 20s, from New Jersey. Quite aggressive, determined, cocky. But likable. Tap dancer who worked with Zach before. Experienced, flirtatious.

RICHIE WALTERS: Tenor. Mid to late 20s. From Missouri. African-American; strong dancer, enthusiastic, cool and very funny. Likable and laid-back.

VAL CLARK: Alto. Mid 20s. Proud of her appeal, sassy, funny. A foul-mouthed but excellent dancer who couldn’t get dancing jobs until she had plastic surgery. A brazen, direct attention seeker from Vermont. One of the cut dancers (Tricia, who gets a brief vocal solo/Vicki, who never studied ballet/Lois, who dances like a ballerina) will understudy CASSIE

FERGUSON: Soprano. Late 20s to early 30s. Returning to the chorus after years of being a featured dancer. VERY strong dancer. Shy and kind hearted. Previously had a relationship with Zach.

Other cut dancers: Roy who can't get the arms right, Butch who gives attitude in the audition, Tom ("headband", a jock, Frank, who looks at his feet when dancing.



Audition Information


Actors' Equity New York Audition Center
65 W 46th St
16th Fl
New York, NY 10036

Wednesday, February 5, 2020
2:00 PM

Male Singers who dance


Prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre song. Bring sheet music; a piano accompanist will be provided. You may be asked to sing from the score. In case asked to stay and dance, also wear standard dance attire & bring shoes appropriate for the role you seek (men and women). Bring pix/res stapled .

Minors must be accompanied by an adult


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