Birdie Productions - Audition Notice - HOT SHOE SHUFFLE 2015
23 Nov 2014Birdie Productions NSW
0402 601 305
Birdie Productions is an Independent Theatre Company producing shows in the South West of Sydney at Bankstown's newest venue The Bryan Brown Theatre. For full details go onto our website for more details. Auditions will be held as an Open Audition on 23rd November 2014 at The Bankstown Arts Centre. Send your CV and Headshot to email@example.com to register your interest.
25 Oct 2014 - 29 Nov 2014Genesian Theatre NSW
Amadeus by Peter Shaffer Directed by Stephen Lloyd-Coombs Season: 25th October - 29th November 2014 Preview night 24th October Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm Sunday matinée at 4.30pm 'Mozart is a genius, the most brilliant musician the world will ever see. But the court of eighteenth century Vienna doesn't recognise his talents - only Antonio Salieri, the court composer, does, and is tortured by what he hears. Seethng with rage at the genius of this flippant buffoon and suddenly aware of his own mediocrity, Salieri declares war and sets out to destroy the man he sees as God's instrument on earth. Peter Shaffer's award-winning play is a rich, exuberant portrayal of a God-like man among mortals, and lives destroyed by envy.' A Reading/Information Evening will be held at the Theatre (420 Kent Street) on Wednesday 16 July at 7.15pm Auditions will be held by appointment over the weekend of Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 July 2014. Audition will be by prepared piece from the play. All enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org Roles Available Antonio Salieri: (30-50) Narrator and only character to break the fourth wall. Salieri is the talented and well respected court composer of Vienna who lives his life under God. But when Mozart takes residence he becomes a man fuelled by envy and jealousy. Forged by old traditions his creativity and longevity is threatened by the new wave of music that he tries desperately to emulate. From warm and charismatic to cold and calculated, this is Salieri's descent into murder. Wolfgang Mozart: (20-35) A musical prodigy that sees him become a wanted commodity in the eyes of the public but behind closed doors harbours an immaturity that could be his downfall. Socially inept and fuelled by passion and ego he speaks first and thinks later. Although played comically, his struggle to have his genius noticed comes from a very real place. Constanze Weber: (20-28) The fiancé of Mozart. She is the only spoken female role in the play. Deeply in love with Mozart she realises that Salieri is pulling the strings in Vienna and holds the key to Mozart's success. Feminine and passionate in front of society but vulgar and playful when behind closed doors. Emperor Joseph II: (40-70) The ruler of the land. Joseph is not your average royal, rather he is more open and natural to those who meet him. He does not rule with an iron fist but is more personable and fair then many would believe. He speaks his mind but does so in a way that harms no one. He is the variable to both Salieri's and Mozart's success. Count Von Strack: (30-65) The Emperor's Chamberlain, and appropriate to this position of trust and intimacy a quintessential creature of the court: decorous, diplomatic, discreet, debonair. Like the career politician he is, always smooth and even suave, calculating his advantage and playing the long game with a certain impartial elegance. Count Orsini-Rosenberg: (30-65) Director of the Opera. 'Benevolent to all things Italian' Much like Von Strack he cuts off Mozart's ascension at every turn and harbours a resentment to Wolfgang's work and notoriety as 'celebrity'. A part of the old tradition. Baron Van Swieten: (30-60) Prefect of the Imperial Library and ardent freemason. He is much more open and supportive to Mozart's work and not afraid to speak up to the Counts. Has an enthusiasm for 'old-fashioned' music. The Venticelli: (20-40) These two gentlemen are the purveyors of fact, rumour and gossip throughout the play. They play off of one another to a tee and never leave each other's side. They're the 'gardeners of the grapevine' who speak at such a pace and with such repetition that it's hard not to get carried away in their tabloid whispers. Non-speaking roles in Chorus: Major-Domo Salieri's Valet Salieri's Cook Teresa Salieri Katherina Cavalieri Kappelmeister Bonno Citizens of Vienna *Please note that the chorus will be a major part of the play and will need a great sense of physicality as they will be filling in for various roles with various lines. Experience in mime, mask-work and singing a plus. Please email email@example.com with a time preference and character you'd like to audition for.
8 Nov 2014 - 9 Nov 2014Trifle Theatre Company VIC
Winner of the Tony "Triple Crown" for Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book, Avenue Q is an American musical in two acts, based on the book written by Jeff Whitty. It is a laugh-out-loud coming-of-age parable, addressing and satirizing the issues and anxieties associated with entering adulthood. Live actors and puppets manipulated by unconcealed puppeteers join forces in song and dance to tell the timeless story of fresh-faced college graduate, Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. Despite its decidedly adult content (dealing with themes such as racism, pornography, homosexuality and schadenfreude), much of the show's ironic humour arises from its parody of Sesame Street, a metaphor of the contrasts between childhood and adulthood, and between the children's TV world and the real world. Avenue Q will be produced in Melbourne for the 2015 Melbourne International Comedy Festival by Trifle Theatre Company. Please note that the pay structure for this production will be co-operative, governed by a production agreement based on MEAA co-operative production guidelines.
Brainstorm Productions - Auditions for the 2015 Touring season
29 Sep 2014 - 24 Nov 2014Brainstorm Productions Pty Ltd NSW
Brainstorm Productions is one of the largest and most respected touring theatre companies in Australia. Established for 31 years, we tour in schools across Australia. We help more than 350,000 students each year with anti-bullying, cyber bullying and welfare education programs via a range of award-winning theatre productions. Brainstorm offers a professional, fun working environment and regular weekly wages for the duration of your contract including tax free allowance when the actors are working outside their home city. Company cars and running costs are provided. Rehearsals are on the beautiful Far North Coast of NSW, in a friendly, positive environment. We are looking to cast 13 actors for the 2015 season - 8 Males (1 Melbourne, 1 Brisbane and 6 Sydney based) and 5 Females (1 Melbourne, 1 Brisbane and 3 Sydney based). We need responsible, energetic young actors, minimum age 19 years (with a playing age of 16-25 years.) A current driver’s licence and a good driving record is essential. AUDITION DATES Brisbane: Wed 26th Nov with callbacks on Thurs 27th Nov 2014. Melbourne: Mon 1st Dec with callbacks on Tues 2nd Dec 2014. Sydney: Wed 3rd and Thurs 4th Dec with callbacks on Fri 5th Dec 2014. Send short cover note including: CV (resume), address, date of birth, email address, current headshot, agents name and email address (if applicable). If you are currently represented by an Agent you must go through their Agency or at least let them know you are sending an application directly to us. Contact Details Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: (02) 6628 5009 Post: PO Box 804 Alstonville NSW 2477 CLOSING DATES FOR APPLICATIONS Brisbane applicants: Mon 17th Nov 2014 Melbourne and Sydney applicants: Fri 21st Nov 2014 Please note late applications cannot be accepted. For more information on the individual roles please visit our website and click on the employment tab http://www.brainstormproductions.edu.au/employment Please note: It is an offence under the Child Protection (Prohibited Employment) Act 2005 for a person convicted of a serious sex offence to apply for these positions.
Double Bill - Cox and Box (Burnand and Sullivan) and Trial By Jury (Gilbert and Sullivan)
11 Nov 2014Rockdale Opera Company NSW
Gilbert and Sullivan operetta
0403 863 108
Auditions for Cox and Box/Trial by Jury will be held at Rockdale Town Hall, 7.30pm Tuesday 11th November 2014. A suitable Gilbert and Sullivan aria for auditions. Cox and Box cast will be also be required to read some dialogue. Director and Musical Director Jon Smith.
IN THE HEIGHTS Australian Premiere
15 Nov 2014 - 16 Nov 2014StageArt VIC
IN THE HEIGHTS Auditions now open StageArt are thrilled to be premiering the highly anticipated, Australian first, IN THE HEIGHTS, which broke all the boundaries when it burst onto the stages of Broadway with it’s electrifying score, breathtaking dancing and touching storyline. IN THE HEIGHTS won the 2008 Tony Award for Best Musical. “A Salsa and Rap infused musical which challenges the stereotype of modern day musical theatre” Melbourne will premiere 20 performances of this hit musical from February 16 - March 8 at Chapel Off Chapel in Prahran. StageArt are looking for a diverse cast of dancers, singers, rappers and actors to fill the roles and bring this Broadway sensation to life. Director - James Cutler Musical Director - Cameron Thomas Choreographer - Yvette Lee To register, please go to www.stageart.com.au, where you can download all the relevant materials and full production details. You must complete the online registration form to secure an audition. Open Call Audition dates November 15 & 16
Mary Poppins-Season May 15-30 2015, National Theatre, St Kilda
8 Nov 2014 - 10 Nov 2014CLOC Musical Theatre VIC
1300 362 547
Mary Poppins has delighted, entertained and enchanted generations of readers, movie audiences and theatregoers. CLOC Musical Theatre takes great pleasure “in the most delightful way” of adding to your appreciation and love of the magical nanny with her umbrella and bag of tricks, with the return to Melbourne of the musical adaptation of this timeless tale. This spectacular production includes all of the best loved songs from the film including Chim Chim Cher-Ee, A Spoonful of Sugar, Jolly Holiday, Step in Time, Feed the Birds, Let’s Go Fly a Kite and Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, as well as new classics like Practically Perfect and Anything Can Happen. You know the words, the music and the story – add breathtaking dance numbers, astonishing stagecraft, a little bit of magic and a whole lot of imagination, that all blend perfectly to make this musical soar high above the rest. If you would like to be part of something special, please come along and audition for this beautiful production. We will be looking for disciplined performers - people prepared to come on the journey and take on the challenges it will present. A favourite line in the show perfectly prepares us all – “Stretch your mind beyond fantastic, dreams are made of strong elastic”. See you there! The Production Team
Miss Saigon Auditions BALLARAT
1 Nov 2014 - 2 Nov 2014BLOC Music Theatre VIC
Auditions now open for BLOC Music Theatres 2015 Production of Miss Saigon. Looking for suitably trained singers, dancers & actors aged 16 & over. We would also welcome interest from individuals who reflect the cultural background and authenticity of the oriental setting of the show.Bookings at www.blocmusictheatre.com.au from Monday October 6th Auditions to be held at BLOC Hall, Peel Street North Saturday November 1st and Sunday November 2nd 10 – 6
Pirates of Penzance auditions
22 Nov 2014 - 23 Nov 2014Savoy Opera Company Inc VIC
Gilbert & Sullivan
0425 853 071
Book in now for your audition for 2015 Season 1 - Pirates Performances will be May/June 2015 email@example.com or call 0425 853 071 Please prepare from the following list.... Major-General Stanley (Baritone) Music: Act 1 No. 13 – “I am the very model of a modern Major – Gineral …” Dialogue: Following No. 13 – “And now that I’ve introduce myself” – “only once” The Pirate King (bass Baritone) Music: Act 1 No. 3 – “Oh, better far to live and die …” Dialogue: Following Act 1 No.2 – “Well, Frederic” – “Live and die a Pirate King.” Samuel (his, Lieutenant) (Baritone) Music: Act 1 No. 1 – “Pour, oh pour, the Pirate sherry…” Dialogue: As for the Pirate King Fred’ric (the Pirate Apprentice) (Tenor) Music: Act 1 No. 7 – “Oh is there not one maiden breast…” Dialogue: Following Act 1 No. 3 – “Oh take me with you…” – “she was beautiful.” Sergeant of Police (Bass Baritone) Music: Act 2 No. 10 – “When a felon…” Dialogue: Following Act 2 No. 9 – “Sergeant approach…” Sung responses to be spoken for the audition only, then on to “It is too late now.” Mabel (Soprano with a top “C”) Music: Act 1 No. 8 – “Poor wand’ring one…” Dialogue: Following Act 2 No. 9 – “Sergeant approach…” – “Go ye and do yours.” Edith (Mezzo) Music: Act 1 No. 5 (Solo) “Let us gaily tread the measure…” Dialogue: Following Act 1 No. 5 – “What a picturesque spot…” Kate & Isabel will be cast from Mabel/Edith/Ruth auditionees Ruth (a Pirate Maid of all Work) (Contralto or Low Mezzo voice) Music: Act 1 No. 2 – “When Fred’ric was a little lad…” Dialogue: Following Act 1 No. 3 – “Oh, take me with you…”
22 Jan 2015 - 7 Feb 2015Boutique Theatre VIC
Sara and Callie are walking through New York City's West Village very late at night, when they share their first kiss. This leads to a vicious attack by an angry bystander, in which Sara is horribly injured. She falls into a coma, which becomes one of the major subjects of the play. George, Callie's good friend, tries to help with the situation, but there is little he can do. Peter, Sara's ex-boyfriend from St. Louis, comes to help nurse her back to health. Throughout Stop Kiss, relationships are explored, formed, and even ended. Diana Son elaborates on the depths of human emotion and compassion in this play. The story is told out of chronological order: alternating scenes take place respectively before and after the assault, which is not shown onstage.