Encores! 2012 Season – Equity Chorus Call / Dancers (Rev)

WHO: New York City Center

SEEKING: Ensemble Dancers (M/F):

MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Score: Stephen Sondheim. Book: George Furth. Concert Adaptation/Dir: James Lapine. Choreo: Dan Knechtges. 1st reh: 1/26/12. Runs 2/8 – 2/19/12.

Chronicles the lives and careers of three best friends. Story begins in 1976, and ends in 1957.

PIPE DREAM Music: Richard Rodgers. Book/Lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein, II. Concert Adaptation: David Ives. Dir: Marc Bruni. 1st reh: 3/15/12. Runs 3/28 – 4/1/12.

Based on “Sweet Thursday” by John Steinbeck, a sequel to his famous “Cannery Row”.

GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES Music: Jule Styne. Lyrics: Leo Robin. Book: Joseph Fields & Anita Loos. Concert Adaptation: David Ives. Dir: John Rando. 1st reh: 4/26/12. Runs 5/9 – 5/13/12.


REQUIREMENTS: Characters are early 20s – 30s. All dancers must have strong ballet and jazz technique, and must sing well. Please be warmed up and ready to dance when the call begins. All: Bring tap shoes. In addition, women should bring character shoes w/heels, and men should bring character shoes or jazz shoes/sneakers. Some may be asked to stay and sing after all have danced. Please prepare 16 bars of a traditional musical theatre or standard song. Bring sheet music in the correct key; accompanist is provided, but may not transpose. Please bring a picture & resume, stapled back-to-back.

PAY: Agreement Salary level TBA (last season’s weekly minimum: $1,108)


When: Equity Chorus Call / Dancers:
Monday, October 17, 2011
10 AM – Equity male dancers who sing
2 PM – Equity female dancers who sing

WhereRipley-Grier Studios. 520 Eighth Avenue, 17th Floor (elevator to 16) New York City

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