Tuesday, August 7, 4-6pm
Wednesday, August 8, 6-8pm
Woodstock Town Hall Theatre
No appointments. All who arrive will be given time to audition.
Please arrive as close to start time as possible. Group choreo first, then group singing and acting. Optional solo singing auditions last. Those interested bring 32 bars of prepared song with sheet music.
Rehearsals begin in late August.
Performance dates: Oct 12, 13, 19, 20 & 21
Director: Tom Beck
Music Director: Carol Cronce
Choreographer: Claire Shillen
Max Bialystock: Once successful fast-talking Broadway producer who thinks he’s “The King of Broadway” though he now produces flops. (Baritone-Tenor)
Leopold Bloom: An honest retiring accountant who becomes captivated by Max and decides he wants to become a Broadway producer. (Baritone-Tenor)
Franz Liebkind: A German nazi living in NYC who wrote the play Springtime for Hitler. (Baritone)
Rodger DeBris: Flamboyant gay director hired to direct Springtime for Hitler who wants to rewrite the play to have a happy ending. (Tenor)
Carmen Ghia: Roger’s common-law assistant. (Second Tenor)
Ulla: Swedish bombshell. (Second Soprano)
Other Singing and Dancing Characters:
Bryan: Roger’s set designer
Kevin: Roger’s costume designer
Scott: Roger’s choreographer
Shirley Markowitz: Roger’s lighting designer
Sabu: Roger’s house help
Hold Me-Touch Me: Older Lady Wanting Sex
Kiss Me-Bite Me: Older Lady Wanting Sex
Another Older Lady Wanting Sex
Jack: Auditioner for Roger
Jason: Auditioner for Roger
Chorus members perform as Usherettes and First Night Attendees, Accountants, Chorus Girls,
Pigeons, Older Ladies with Walkers, Storm Troopers, and Convicts. Chorus roles suitable for teens and adults of all ages and genders.