Union and non-Union Talent are invited to audition Prepare 16 bars of an uptempo theatre or pop song from the '80s.
If you are auditioning for a role that dances - please do not sign up for this date. Sign up for Monday January 28th.
This call is for Singers ONLY (NO dance required): January 29, 2019 - 6:00pm - 11:00pm by appointment only
THESE CHARACTERS SHOULD ATTEND THIS SINGER CALL (NO DANCING REQUIRED FOR THESE ROLES):
NICK (Late 20’s) Confident, intelligent, playful, and brash, the heir to a steel dynasty, with a winning swagger that belies a genuine desire to help his workers, capable of falling deeply in love, strong singer, with good pop sensibility, high baritone with solid Gs, and able to float a mixed/head voice
HARRY (40s-early 60s) Worn-down, gruff, curmudgeonly (but truly warm-hearted) owner of the bar, a working-class Pittsburgh man trying to stay afloat in a tough economy, baritone.
JIMMY (20s) An aspiring stand-up comic marking time working at Harry’s while waiting for the big break, is full of energy and drive, strong singer (think a young Billy Joel), high baritenor, must have solid pop Gs, but also strong low register (low Bb).
HANNAH (to play 70s) Seasoned show biz vet with a great sense of humor and down-to-earth, take-no-prisoners point of view, physically in decline with an undimmed passion for dance, background in dance/or a very strong mover, traditional musical theater character belt.
LOUISE (30s-50s) Nurse and home aid for Hannah, deadpan sensibility, is excellent at her job and devoted to her client despite her dry humor, alto.
JOE (late 30s-40s) African American, Alex’s foreman at the Steel Plant, tough and strict as a boss, but sympathetic to his employees and co-workers, strong singer, with good pop sensibility.
Must have local housing and transportation.
Callbacks will be held on February 4, 2019 (with a possible addition of February 5, 2019) by INVITATION ONLY.