Actors for 2011 Season – Sierra Repertory Theatre

WHO: Sierra Repertory Theatre

SEEKING: Actors/Singers/Dancers for 2011 season

ANNIE
The following roles are available:
Daddy Oliver Warbucks (30-50) Billionaire businessman who opens his home – and heart – to Annie.
Grace Farrell (25-35) Warbucks' faithful secretary, who loves Annie from the start. Strong dance.
Rooster (25-40) Miss Hannigan's no-good brother, out for the quick buck.
Lily St. Regis (20-35) Rooster's girlfriend, is smarter than she appears.
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THE RAINMAKER

The following roles are available:
Lizzie Curry (27-40) Lonely spinster. Shy, no social skills yet humorous and feisty. Intelligent and yearns for romance.
Starbuck (30-45) 'The Rain Maker' — Charismatic conman, agile, loud, braggart but also gentle dreamer.

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THE FULL MONTY

The following roles are available:
Jerry Lukowski – (30-40, Rock Tenor) Unemployed mill worker. B2-Db5, strong controlled falsetto.
Complex emotional character with serious heart and charisma – a regular guy.

Harold Nichols – (35-60, High baritone/tenor) Unemployed mill supervisor.
F2-Bb4. Aloof at first, his dance skills are what finally, and passionately unites the other guys as a group.

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BOEING-BOEING

The following roles are available:

Bernard : (20’s-30’s) energetic, flirtatious and charming. Completely satisfied and oblivious with his situation.
Robert : (20’s-30’s) naïve to the romantic side of life. He’s from Wisconsin where life is a little slower. Think a Northwestern Woody Allen.

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THE LADIES MAN
The following roles are available:

Yvonne (20-25) Molineaux's much younger and very beautiful wife, Yvonne. Great comic timing.
Molineaux (40-55) An older Parisian physician married to a chipper younger woman. Rumpled appearance and exasperated delivery, likable.

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A DELICATE BALANCE

The following roles are available:
Agnes: (50's) a brutal, scathing, upper class woman in her late 50’s, discussing the possibility of suddenly and quite easily losing her mind.
Tobias: (50-65) Agnes’s husband, well-to-do, retired businessman. Although he is tolerant of people around him, he, like his wife, tends to avoid emotional topics.

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A DASH OF ROSEMARY
The following roles are available:

Woman #1: (30-50) Great singer. Must be able to respectively represent, without imitating, the older Rosemary Clooney and her later songbook.
Woman #2: (20-35) Great singer. Must be abel to repsectively represent, without imitating, the younger Rosemary Clooney and her early songbook.

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WINTER WONDERETTES

The following roles are available:

Betty Jean (20-30) Class clown, mischievous. Strong rock belt, be able to move well.
Missy (20-30) Overachiever, practical and sometimes insecure. Strong rock belt, be able to move well.

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THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

The following roles are available:

Man in Chair (30-50): a mousy, agoraphobic Broadway fanatic, seeking to cure his 'on-specific sadness'.
Chaperone (30-50): Fantastic singer, comedienne. A blowzy, boozy Grande Dame of the Stage, specializing in 'rousing anthems' and not above upstaging the occasional co-star.

WHEN:  Dates listed are from FIRST DAY OF REHEARSAL to CLOSING PERFORMANCE:

THE RAINMAKER (March 15-April 22)
THE FULL MONTY (April 5-July 3)
BOEING-BOEING (April 26-June 12)
ANNIE (June 14-September 4)
THE LADIES MAN (July 5-August 21)
A DELICATE BALANCE (August 23-October 2)
A DASH OF ROSEMARY (September 13-October 23)
THE DROWSY CHAPERONE (October 4 – December 18)
THE WINTER WONDERETTES (October 25-December 17)

Auditions on 3/1/2011 from 10:00-6:00 at SIERRA REPERTORY THEATRE
13891 Mono Way
Sonora, CA 95370
Rehearsal Studio (on-site) – East Sonora theatre

PAY: $394.50/wk + housing + travel

HOW TO APPLY: Email artistic@sierrarep.org to schedule an appointment. Bring 2 contrasting monologues (classic/contemporary – dramatic/comedic). If interested in musicals, 2 contrasting songs (uptempo/ballad), bring sheet music in the correct key. Be prepared to move, if asked.

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