King Kong Broadway, LLC
New York, NY
Call Type: ECC
Producers: Global Creatures and Roy Furman
General Manager: Foresight Theatrical
Score Composed and Produced by: Marius de Vries
With Songs by: Eddie Perfect
Written by: Jack Thorne
Direction and Choreography: Drew McOnie Aerial and King Kong Movement
Director: Gavin Robins
Music Supervisor: David Caddick
Music Director: Michael Gacetta
Resident Choreographer/Dance Captain: Ashley Andrews
Casting: Tara Rubin Casting
ECC Procedures are in effect for this audition.
An Equity Monitor will be provided.
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For future replacements in the currently running Broadway production. Seeking Equity female singers for the ensemble. Characters are 20s/30s. See breakdown.
KONG is a story about the price of ambition told through the legendary tale of the capture and killing of a giant ape. Set during the Great Depression of the 1930's, KONG is told through the eyes of a young woman who comes to New York seeking fame and fortune and learns the true value of humanity from her experience with a wordless beast.
A company of diverse, energetic and hot-blooded chameleon: in the daylight they should represent the vibrant multicultural fabric of modern day New York but at night they become the eerie creatures of Skull Island and the tireless Sailors that battle a brutal sea voyage. Must be excellent dancers and singers. Characters ages 20s/30s
MEMBERS OF THE ENSEMBLE WILL COVER THE FOLLOWING PRINCIPAL ROLES:
ANN - 20s Vocal style: strong R&B, pop belt, she should also have an intimate, sweet mix sound.
A farm girl who comes to New York city full of dreams to be an actress and finds her dreams dashed by closed doors and the poverty of the Depression. Her ambition tears at her moral framework as she embarks on a transcontinental adventure that changes her life. Her combination of fierce determination to succeed, courage and empathy make her a force to be reckoned with.
CARL - late 20s - late 30s Strong contemporary Baritone Can be any ethnicity.
An aspiring filmmaker who wants to make dreams, create wonder and become the most powerful film director in the world. An adventurer who finds romance in high seas and faraway lands and will do anything no matter how callous or morally reprehensible to achieve greatness. He is fun and funny - unaware of the impact his actions have on others.
LUMPY 30s - 40s strong character Baritone.
A lovely man, who has been slapped in the face more times than a clown and has the face to prove it. Lumpy always gets up and gets on, and tries to do his best. Has worked with Carl for many years, mostly because Carl keeps him paid; but unlike others who are swept up in Carl's latest promises, Lumpy remains a realist and a moral man. He knows what is right and tries to uphold it.
Pearl Studios NYC (500)
500 8th Ave
New York, NY 10018-6504
WHEN / Updated 03.25.09
Friday, April 4, 2019
PLEASE prepare a 16 bar cut of a pop/rock song that shows vocal range. Please bring a picture and resume, STAPLED TOGETHER.