All Star Musical, LLC
New York, NY
Call Type: EPA
Off-Broadway Development Level II; $550/week + health/pension
(Can do up to 6 full choreographed dance numbers for additional $25 per number per performer per week.)
Producer: All Star Musical LLC
Director/Choreographer: John J. Rivera
Book: Allison Frasca
Music and Lyrics: Smash Mouth
Casting: Michael Cassara Casting (expected in attendance)
First rehearsal: 11/4
(can potentially work around existing show schedules, but will likely be working 35 hrs/week)
All Star The Best Broadway Musical is a show comprised solely of the song All Star by Smash Mouth. You read that right, every musical number in the show is an arrangement of the same song. It’s a jukebox musical but the jukebox is broken. Get your game on.
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.
Equity actor/singers for various roles.
There may be stage management positions available and interested stage managers may attend EPA for a brief interview.
ALL STAR: The Best Broadway Musical
EPA notice – Principal Roles
role CAST. 20s, any ethnicity, female. A young spunky dreamer, she knows there is a better life awaiting her, right outside this small town. Sadie works at her uncle’s gas station, but dreams of being a true Pop Star. She knows that if she follows her dreams, she will be guaranteed an amazing life. She has the passion and drive to see it through. Alto pop belt. Mover. THIS ROLE IS CAST.
[ARNOLD ST. JAMES]
30s, any ethnicity, male. Nash South’s local meteorologist, with local celebrity good looks to match. He is truly sincere, honest and kind. He is loved by all of Nash South. Arnold is as American as a Norman Rockwell painting of apple pie. He’s a storm chaser and very content with the life he has built for himself. Arnold lives under a sliver lined cloud. High tenor. Comedic timing a plus. Mover, (awkward movers also welcome).
60s, Caucasian, male. Sadie’s uncle and owner of Uncle Benny’s Gas Station. Uncle Benny, being a true East-Texan, is full of piss and vinegar. He believes in hard, honest work and is a gruff straight- shooter. Uncle Benny is very wary of Sadie’s lofty dreams His sister, Sadie’s mother, was a very self- destructive woman, and he feels protective of Sadie because of this. Baritone/Bass.
[EDDY] Early 20s, any ethnicity, male. Country bumpkin. Sadie’s coworker and childhood friend at Uncle Benny’s Gas Station, Eddy is a blue collar American everyman. He’s not the sharpest tool in the shed, but he’s just fine with what he knows. Eddy loves living in a small town and the easy life it affords him. Tenor Pop/rock belt. Excellent Comedic timing. Dance a plus.
20s, Latina or African-American, female. Social butterfly of Nash South, she is feisty, smart, and competitive. Carlotta leads with her sass and is truly unstoppable. A force to be reckoned with. She’s Sadie’s very loyal, best friend. Sop/Alto strong pop belt. Comedic timing/Improv skills. Dancer.
Late 20s - early 30s, any ethnicity, male. He is 1950s slick while being rough around the edges. Odysseus is unfinished and untamed, but with the heart of an 8 year-old boy underneath it all. He is Nash South’s resident mysterious drifter. He follows the wind and road wherever they may lead...albeit, within a 50 mile radius of Nash South. Bari/Tenor pop/rock sound. Comedic timing/Improv skills. Strong mover - advanced dance ability a major plus.
Late 20s, any ethnicity, female. She’s Nash South’s most popular girl. She yearns for small town fame, but at the heart of it, she really wants to be loved. Alexandra takes out her insecurities on others, to feel better about her choices. She grows to learn that life doesn’t always turn out the way you think it will. Alto pop/rock belt. Strong mover.
Pearl Studios NYC (500)
500 8th Ave
New York, NY 10018-6504
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Lunch 1:30 to 2:30
Please prepare a brief song (about a minute) in any style (rock, musical theatre, whatever shows you off best). Funny material is super helpful, but we want to see you doing what you do best.