Riverside Theatre 2018-19 Season - Vero Beach FL EPA

Riverside Theatre 2018-19 Season - Vero Beach FL EPA

CATEGORY: Performer

Riverside Theatre Inc.
Vero Beach, FL

Job Details



LORT Non-Rep
LORT Non-Rep
Weekly Salaries: $1000 (LORT B+)
$900 (LORT D)

In attendance at the auditions will be Allen D.
Cornell (Producing Artistic Director), Kyle
Atkins (Associate Producer), Marcia Milgrom
Dodge (Director), Jimmy Brennan (Director)
and Ken Clifton (Accompanist).

An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The
producer will run all aspects of this audition.

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

Equity actors and actor/singers for various
roles. See breakdown.


2018 Plays
Playwright: Joe DiPietro
Director: Chris Clavelli
1st Reh: Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Opening: February 5, 2019
Closing: February 24, 2019

Love can make anyone feel young again, even an elderly widower. On an ordinary day in a routine
life, Ralph decides to take a different path on his daily walk. Instantly smitten by an elegant, mature
woman, Carol, he turns on the charm hoping for a second chance at love. Defying Carol's reticence,
Ralph embarks on a journey to regain the happiness that seemed all but lost.

Ralph Bellini (80) – Vigorous and full of life. Charming, bit of a tease, charmer, struggling with the
insecurities of aging, and his faltering health. Once a young aspiring opera singer, he gave up that
dream to support his family, he is now widowed and lives with his sister.
Carol Reynolds (70s) – Attractive, proper and very well-dressed. The focus of Ralph's attraction, and
while she may be lonely, she is reticent to engage him because of her fear, and also her complicated
situation which she keeps from Ralph.
Rose Tagliatelle (70s) - Ralph's sister, a tough cookie, she's protective of Ralph, and very worried
about his health, threatened by Carol's appearance, and does whatever she can to break them up,
even bringing to light a secret that Carol is hiding. Rose has given up on love and accepts what her life
will be. But, Rose is lonely, and wants to have a better relationship with Ralph, because she feels that
they are all the other has left
The Young Man (early 20s) – Baby-faced with a beautiful singing voice. The younger version of Ralph;
full of hope and promise; baritone, with some classical training, will sing small sections of Italian arias
throughout the show, and interact minimally, with his "older" self.
Director: Allen D Cornell
Playwright: Michael Hollinger
1st Reh: Thursday, March 7, 2017
Opening: Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Closing: Sunday, April 14, 2019
Novelist Franklin Woolsey dies mid-sentence, but his secretary Myra continues to take dictation.
Attacked by skeptics, the press and Woolsey’s jealous widow, Myra sets out to prove she is more than
an artful forger. Is she trying to steal Wooley’s legacy now that she cannot have his love, or might she
truly possess a gift the world cannot understand?
Myra Babbage – Mid 30s – early 40s. Secretary to an author. Transcribes his dictation. Precise,
intuitive, good-natured, patient. Likes to dance. Narrator of the play.
Franklin Woolsey – Late 50s – early 60s. Author, novelist, ghost/memory. Persistent, precise,
adamant, stalwart. Rigorous work habits.
Vivian Woolsey – Late 50s – early 60s. Woolsey’s wife. Poet. Insistent, suspicious, jealous.
2019 musicals

Director/ Choreographer: DJ Salisbury
Music Director: Anne Shuttlesworth
1st Reh: Thursday, October 4, 2018
Opening: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Closing: Sunday, November 11, 2018
BRENDA, 25-35, savvy, sexy, and smart; strong dance ability, ballet technique a huge plus and all
around great dancer; sultry/jazzy belt and mix; sings "Don Juan," "Some Cats Know," "I'm a Woman."
ETHNICITY: African-American or of African descent.
DELEE, 20-33, “The Shimmy Girl”; very sexy, but with a sweet innocence at her core; VERY strong
dance ability; high belt and mix; sings "Falling," "Trouble," "I'm a Woman." ETHNICITY: Caucasian or
PATTIE, 30-45, Attractive, real rock chops- the voice of experience; big belt and mix; moves well,
sings "Pearl's a Singer," "I Keep Forgetting," "Don't." ETHNICITY: Caucasian or Latina
B.J., Sexy, funny, and yet breaks hearts with her torch song; huge gospel voice, belts and mixes;
vocal styling like Big Mama Thornton or Aretha Franklin; Moves well; sings "Fools Fall in Love,"
"Hound Dog," "Saved." ETHNICITY: African-American or of African descent.
FRED, 30-50, father-like figure type, sultry low voice, solid; part of The Quartet, must be good with
harmonies, e.g. "The Drifters," "The Coasters," etc.; attractive, moves very well, ; sings "You're the
Boss," "Little Egypt;" bass. ETHNICITY: African-American or of African descent.
KEN, 25-40, a smooth crooner; part of The Quartet, must be good with harmonies, e.g. "The Drifters,"
"The Coasters," etc.; attractive and very fit, strong jazz/ballet technique and partnering a plus; sings
"Spanish Harlem," "Loving You," "Poison Ivy;" baritone. ETHNICITY: African-American or of African
ADRIAN, 25-40, Energetic, leader of the group; part of The Quartet, must be good with harmonies,
e.g. "The Drifters," "The Coasters," etc.; attractive and fit; Moves very well: sings "Stand by Me,"
"Youngblood," "Love Potion #9;" second tenor. ETHNICITY: African-American or of African descent.
VICTOR, 25-40, Bright comic energy; part of The Quartet, must be good with harmonies, e.g. "The
Drifters," "The Coasters," etc.; attractive and fit; moves very well; carries most of the comedy in the
show, but also has dramatic turn with a killer falsetto for “I Who Have Nothing”, also sings “D.W
Washburn,” “Searchin’” ; tenor. ETHNICITY: African-American or of African descent.
MICHAEL, 25-40, Genuinely suave, no small bit of Elvis in his swagger; true rock 'n roll voice and very
strong mover; must be very good with harmonies because he joins the quartet for some numbers,
attractive and in great shape; sings "Jailhouse Rock," "Kansas City," "Ruby;" second tenor.
ETHNICITY: Caucasian, Latin, or Asian.
Director/Choreographer: Marcia Milgrom Dodge
Music Director: Anne Shuttlesworth
1st Reh: Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Opening: Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Closing: Sunday, January 27, 2019
EVITA: (Female, 18 to 33) Projects both a toughness and charisma. She is a beautiful, ambitious and
power-seeking woman, who rises to become the spiritual leader of Argentina by the age of 26. She is
also a woman of few options, who uses her sexuality to build power. A legit Mezzo with a clear, strong
mix that can belt to a high G and sing to a low E (below middle C). Must be a passionate and strong
actor who dances.
CHE: (Male, 30-40) This character is dashing, impulsive, jealous, and manipulative. Che is the
dissenting voice of the Descomisados (the Peron Supporters) and the narrator of the show, a radical
who isn’t reluctant to ask tough questions and demand answers. An actor/singer that must move very
well with a high, rock tenor voice that can sing a low A to high B, falsetto to high F. Must dance.
PERON: (Male, 50s) An officer in the Argentinean army who rises to become the Argentine President.
He is a man who is dignified, charming, and authoritative. A strong actor and singer who can play
character/leading man. Vocal bass/baritone to high F. Must dance.
Director/Choreographer: James Brennan
Music Director: Anne Shuttlesworth
1st Reh: Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Opening: Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Closing: Sunday, March 31, 2019
ELIZA DOOLITTLE….20’s, low class, upper class, soprano, with a fair amount of yelling, scrappy and
graceful. Whew!
HENRY HIGGINS…30’s to early 40’s, self-assured, self-important, self-possessed, forceful, classical.
COLONEL PICKERING…50’s to 60’s, upper class pomp, with warmth and humanity.
FREDDY EYNSFORD-HILL…20’s to early 30’s, warm and winning, upper class but not reserved.
MRS. HIGGINS… 50ish, upper class, wise and knowing, very understanding. Has gravitas.
ALFRED DOOLITTLE…50ish, cockney dustman, wastrel, idler, layabout. Severe cockney accent.
MRS. PEARCE… 50ish , head of the Higgins household staff. Slightly proper, slightly kind, slightly
maternal. Upper class accent as she is upper class but not delicate.
ZOLTAN KARPATHY… 50ish, imposing Hungarian, with accent to match. A former phonetics student
of Henry Higgins.
Director: Allen D Cornell
Music Director: Ken Clifton
Choreographer: Judy Cornell
1st Reh: Thursday, January 3, 2019
Opening: Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Closing: Sunday, February 10, 2019
Diana- 40 – 45 Delusional, bipolar, and depressed. The sexiness of her yesterdays has only recently
begun to soften. She is determined to make her family perfect but is tortured by a death in the family.
Gabe- 18 – 21 Diana & Dan's son. Dashing, athletic, and bright. He is a playful man and everything a
mother could imagine.
Dan- 40 – 45 Diana's husband. He is handsome and genuine. Though a constant in Diana's
tumultuous life, he has grown tired and weary of her antics.
Natalie- 16 Diana & Dan's troubled daughter. An accomplished pianist and hardworking student, her
struggles are exacerbated by her mother's behavior. She greatly admires Henry.
Henry – 17 Natalie's classmate. The all-around musician, philosopher, and slacker. He has an
intoxicating capacity for sympathy and romance.
Dr Madden/ Dr. Fine – 30-40 Diana's handsome psychiatrist. Quite assured in his practice and
considered somewhat of a rock star.
Director/ Choreographer: Richard Stafford
MD: Ann Shuttlesowrth
Casting: Please note Wojcik / Seay Casting is not casting, or responsible for casting, any part of this
production. Casting will solely be done by Walnut Street Theatre.
March 28th 2019 Rehearsals begin
April 16th Opening
May 5th Closing
Elle Woods – Female - early 20’s, Caucasian. The quintessential California blonde who follows her
ex-boyfriend to Harvard Law School and realizes that she has more to offer than just a pretty face and a bubbly personality. Gb2-G5 (Soprano Belt)
Professor Callahan – Male – mid-late 40’s. A pompous and manipulative law professor at Harvard.
A2-F#4 (Baritone)
Emmett Forrest – Male mid-late 20’s. A smart and sensitive law student who takes Elle under his
wing. B2-A4 (Tenor)
Warner Huntington III – Male – early-mid 20’s. A good-looking, but pompous guy who breaks Elle’s
heart. Eb3-Ab4 (Tenor)
Paulette – Female – early -mid-30’s. A brash and funny hair stylist who is friends with Elle and longs
to find a man for herself. A3-A5. (Soprano Belt)
Vivienne Kensington – Female – early-mid 20’s. A smart and savvy Harvard law student who initially
dismisses Elle, but grows to be her friend. A3-F5 (Soprano Belt)
Brooke Wyndam – Female - late 20’s/early 30’s. An exercise video star who is also a former sorority
girl. Must be in top physical condition. A3-G5 (Alto/Soprano)

For an appointment, Please email Kyle Atkins,
Associate Producer, at
kylea@riversidetheatre.com or call (if no email
access) 772-410-0456. AEA members without
appointments seen as time permits.



Audition Information


Riverside Theatre
3250 Riverside Park Dr
Vero Beach, FL 32963-1877

Friday, October 5, 2018
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Lunch 2 to 3


Please prepare two brief contrasting musical
theatre songs or a 1-2 minute monologue. Or
a brief monologue and a brief song. Be
prepared for a possible dance call. Please
bring your headshot/resume and sheet music.
An accompanist will be provided.


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