Equity Principal Auditions – Gateway Playhouse 2012 Season

WHO: Gateway Playhouse

SEEKING: Actors for the 2012 productions of:
CATS Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber. Based on poems by T. S. Eliot.
1st reh: 5/1. Runs 5/16-6/2. All roles are available.

MY FAIR LADY Music: Frederick Loewe. Book/Lyrics: Alan Jay Lerner. Dir/Choreo and Mus Dir TBA.
1st reh: 5/22. Runs 6/6-23. All roles are available.

THE RAT PACK IS BACK 1st reh 6/6. Runs 6/27–7/14. All roles are available.
Frank Sinatra: 40s. Crooner, jazz singer. Baritone. Actor should resemble “Old Blue Eyes”.
Joey Bishop: 40s. Typical New Yorker. Crooner, jazz singer. Baritone.
Dean Martin: Italian American, 40s. Handsome. Jazz singer. Baritone.
Sammy Davis, Jr.: African American, 40s. Jazz singer. Baritone or tenor.

9 TO 5 Score: Dolly Parton. Book: Patricia Resnick. Dir/Choreo and Mus Dir TBA. 1st reh: 7/24. Runs 7/18-8/4. Co-production with Ogunquit Playhouse (COST, Ogunquit ME). Ogunquit run: 8/22-9/15. The role of Roz is cast (Sally Struthers). All other roles are available.

PHANTOM Score: Maury Yeston. Book: Arthur Kopit. Dir/Mus Staging: Dom Ruggiero. Mus Dir TBA. 1st reh 8/7. Runs 8/22-9/8. All roles are available.

REQUIREMENTS: Please prepare a brief musical theater song appropriate for the season. No pop-rock. Bring sheet music in the correct key; an accompanist will be provided, but may not transpose.

When:
Equity Principal Auditions:
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Lunch from 1 – 2.

Where:
Actors' Equity Association Audition Center
165 West 46th Street, 2nd Floor
New York City

PAY: LOA (approval/salary level pending; 2011 weekly minimum: $459).

HOW TO APPLY: Please bring a photo and resume, stapled back-to-back. 

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