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We are currently casting for the musical 9 to 5. The show runs Sept 21-Oct 7. Fri/Sat 7:30pm, Sun at 3pm. Rehearsals begin on August 4th.
We are casting immediately! If you are interested, contact now!
Character Breakdown / Project Needs
VIOLET – 40s to early 50s. Attractive, strong, ambitious woman. Stands up for what she believes in. Head secretary and Mr. Hart’s administrative assistant. She is also a single mother of a teenager. (Lily Tomlin in film)
DORALEE – late 20s- 30s. Sexy in a wholesome country singer way. Character should “suggest” Dolly Parton-like character but not necessarily an impersonator. Needs to sing country.
JUDY – early 30s. Attractive, insecure, at first afraid of being on her own but later becomes empowered and strong. She is the “new” girl. Husband just left her for his secretary. (Jane Fonda in the film)
ROZ KEITH – late 30s – early 40s. The office kiss-up and second to the boss, a gossip, has an unrequited love for her boss and will do anything to win his approval.
FRANKLIN HART – 40s to early 50s. Arrogant, self-absorbed, male chauvinist corporate 70s boss. Is capable of a surface, smarmy charm. (Dabney Coleman in the film)
MISSY – 40s to early 50s. Hart’s wife. Fluttery and ditzy.
JOE – 20s to early 30s. The cute, young, office accountant. He’s smitten with VIOLET.
DICK – 30s to mid 40s. Judy’s soon-to-be ex-husband. Average middle-aged guy, sporting a little less hair and a little more paunch than he did ten years ago.
DWAYNE – late 20s to early 30s. Doralee’s husband, very supportive of Doralee.
JOSH – Violet’s teenage son.
MARGARET – any age. Secretary. The office lush.
ENSEMBLE (dancers) – must play/look 18 to 30. (6 required)
ENSEMBLE (singers) – must play/look 18 to 60.
“Some” movement/dance required. (8 required)
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Please prepare a one minute monologue and a one Broadway Syle Song.
9 to 5, the musical added July 25, 2012, 9:56 am
|This listing will be deleted on: Saturday, September 1, 2012|