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A CHORUS LINE at Tacoma Little Theatre
Tacoma Little Theatre

  • A CHORUS LINE at Tacoma Little Theatre
  • Tacoma Little Theatre
  • Non-Union Theater
  • Theater or Stage
  • Non-Union; Other Union
  • Tacoma, WA
  • Project Begins: Jan 20, 2019
  • Project Ends: Mar 29, 2020
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  • Contact Person: Chris Serface
  • Primary Phone: 253-272-2281
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    210 N I Street
    Tacoma, WA 98403


    APPOINTMENT REQUIRED

    Prefered method of submission: Other

    Submission instructions:
    Please follow this link to schedule your audition (http://castingmanager.com/audition/info/vOz8Luw5nIqUnom)

Tacoma Little Theatre is holding auditions for its production of the Broadway classic, A Chorus Line. The production will be directed and choreographed by Eric Clausell, with musical direction by Jeff Bell.

Auditions will be held Sunday, December 8th and Monday, December 9th at Tacoma Little Theatre. Audition appointments will be in hour-long blocks on each night. Appointments will start at 6:00pm on Sunday and 7:00pm on Monday. Callbacks will be held on Tuesday, December 10th.

A CHORUS LINE is a musical that centers on 17 Broadway dancers auditioning for spots on a chorus line of a new Broadway musical. Zach the director seeks to understand each dancer through a series of questions, which reveals the rich lives of the 17 dancers on the line. The show is set on a blank stage of a Broadway theatre. During a day long audition, Zach and his assistant take the dancers through their paces with jazz, ballet, and tap routines.

This show requires a cast comprised of triple threats, i.e. good dancers who sing very well and have the acting ability to bring these 19 very different people to life. The casting team will be looking for those that are equally strong dancers, singers, and actors. Due to the nature of A Chorus Line’s story, for those auditioning with less dance training, demonstrating an ability to learn and perform choreography at the audition will be important. NOTE: All roles dance in this production.

Actors of all ethnicities and gender identities over the age of 16 are encouraged to audition and all roles are available. For a complete listing of roles please visit the audition website.

 

Other details:
Audition appointments will be one hour long. Please plan to stay for the entire hour of your appointment.

 

Character Breakdown / Project Needs
CHARACTER BREAKDOWNS

ZACH (age 35-45): Male. All Ethnicities

The director and choreographer of the show. Dances in Opening, Rehearsal “One”, Finale

CASSIE (age 30-35): Female. All Ethnicities

Returning to the chorus after years of being a featured performer.

DIANA MORALES (age 22-30): Female. Latin or Pacific Island Descent.

Streetwise Latina from the Bronx, determined, sensitive. Strong singer.

PAUL SAN MARCO (age 25-30): Male. Latin or Pacific Island Descent.

Introverted, insecure, but strong dancer from Spanish Harlem, New York. Excellent actor.

SHEILA (age 30-35): Female. All Ethnicities.

Oldest dancer on the line. Confident, brassy, sexy, bitchy, and always “on” Sings the low harmony in “At the Ballet.”

VAL (age 25-30): Female. European Descent.

Sexy, sassy, suggestive, and funny. A brazen, direct, attention-seeker from Vermont.

MIKE (age 20-28): European Descent.

Determined, sure of himself…a sexy and likable flirt. Ideally strong Tap & Acrobatic skills

AL (age 25-30): Male. European Descent.

From the Bronx, streetwise, tough, macho, and married to Kristine; Strong singer.

KRISTINE (age 20-25): Female. All Ethnicities.

Scatter-brained, insecure… awkward, anxious and hilarious. Married to Al.

RICHIE (age 18-30): Male. African Descent.

Enthusiastic, cool, and funny. Likable and laid back. Strong dancer.

MAGGIE (age 18-25). Female. All Ethnicities.

A sweetheart, little sister type. Dreamer. Sings up to an E natural in “At the Ballet.”

BEBE (age 18-30): Female. European Descent.

Insecure about her looks and tries to be funny to cover her insecurities. Strong singer.

CONNIE WONG (age 20-35): Female. Asian Descent.

Energetic, feisty, born in Chinatown. Ideally no taller than 5’

LARRY/LARA (age 25-30): All Genders. All Ethnicities.

Zach’s assistant and Dance Captain, teaches and demonstrates the audition dances.

DON (age 25-35): Male. All Ethnicities.

All-American ladies’ man, married, and into cars, money, and women.

GREGORY (age 30-35): Male. All Ethnicities.

Sassy, bitchy queen. Smart, self-assured, very “East Side”

JUDY (age 25-30): Female. All Ethnicities

Funny, gawky, nervous. Warm and hopeful. Ideally seeking a taller dancer.

MARK (age 18-20): Male. All Ethnicities.

Uber-optimistic first timer…completely naïve but charming all-American kid.

BOBBY (age 20-25): Male. European Descent.

Eccentric, funny, and witty. Very sharp-tongued attention seeker. From upstate NY

ENSEMBLE (age 18-35): All Genders & Ethnicities.

THE CUT DANCERS – Perform entire opening sequence until cut. Dance in “At The Ballet” (looking for 2 women who can dance on point). Some may be asked to understudy. Entire ensemble will be off stage singers throughout the show.

Audition/Interview Dates:
December 8 & December 9

Callbacks or second audition/interview?
December 10

Audition Requirements:
All actors should note the following:
• Prepare 32 bars each of two contrasting musical theater songs. Not from A Chorus Line.
• You’ll be asked to sing the piece that showcases range and personality. If needed, you may be asked to sing a second selection.
• All will dance a brief combination that will require you to be physically warmed up, so wear/bring appropriate dance clothes.
• Plan on being in attendance for the whole hour of your audition.

To reserve an audition time, follow this link (http://castingmanager.com/audition/info/vOz8Luw5nIqUnom), or call our Box Office for assistance at (253) 272-2281.

Monetary compensation:
All actors receive a small stipend

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