Elm Street 2018-19 Season of Journey


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The Drowsy Chaperone – (Oct. 12-28,2018)
A musical with book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar and music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison.

Auditions: August 5th & 6th, 2018. Callbacks August 8th.
This is a non-paying; non-equity production.

Rehearsals start Monday, August, 13th, 2018
This is a non-paid; non-equity production. Ages 16+ **

**Ages 16-17 will be considered for ensemble only.

Auditions will consist of 32 bars  and cold reads from the script for all characters except Man in Chair. See character breakdown below.

Please prepare 32 bars of a song in the style of the show. Please provide tracks via mp3, phone** or CD. No a cappella auditions will be accepted. Have tracks cued and ready to go.
**If using phone, you MUST download the track to your device. Cell service and internet DO NOT work in our audition rooms. 

Those interested in Man in Chair please prepare a one minute monologue in the style of the show/character.

Please Arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your scheduled time to fill out audition forms and check conflict dates.

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Character Breakdown

Man In Chair – (30- 50) Musical theatre aficionado who mourns the end of the Golden Era. He narrates the show as he listens to the record on vinyl.

Janet Van de Graaff: (25-35) Star of Feldzieg’s Follies who is conflicted about giving up her life on the stage to marry Robert Martin. Strong movement and special skills (acrobatics, juggling, etc.) a plus. Vocal range: Mezzo with big belt (G3-E5)

Robert Martin: (30-40) The groom-to-be who is deeply in love with Janet. He is the token 1920s leading man – debonair, dashing, and a matinee idol. Must be able to tap dance and roller skate.Vocal range: Tenor (C3 – Ab4)

The Drowsy Chaperone: (40s-50s) Janet’s alcoholic confidante. Care-free, often because she is drunk. Great comedic role. Think Liza Minnelli meets Tallulah Bankhead. Vocal range: Alto with strong belt (F3-D5)

Aldolpho: (35-45) Latin lothario. A womanizing cad who is very impressed with himself. Vaudeville-style acting and fake Spanish/Italian accent required. Should have great comic timing. Vocal range: Bass/Baritone + great falsetto (A#2-G4)

Mrs. Tottendale: (45-60) A wealthy widow and host of the wedding. She is flighty, eccentric, often times forgetful, and funny. She is absolutely charming, bubbly and oblivious to the confusion her behavior generates in other people. Vocal range: Alto character voice (G3-Db5)

Underling: (35-50) Mrs. Tottendale’s unflappable butler and manservant. He is stoic, dry-humored and sarcastic. A cross between Arthur Treacher and Niles the butler from The Nanny. Vocal range: Tenor character voice (Ab2-G4)

Mr. Feldzieg: (25-45) Harried producer who will do anything to stop the wedding in order to keep Janet in the Follies.Vocal range: Baritone (Db3-Db4)

Kitty: (25-30) Feldzieg’s dim-witted companion who has hopes of being a star. A cross between Norma Cassady from Victor Victoria and Lena Lamont from Singin’ in the Rain. Vocal range: Soprano comedic belt (Bb3-F5)

George: (30s-40s) Robert’s anxious best man. He is loyal, sincere, and nervous. Must be able to tap. Vocal range: Tenor (F3-Bb4)

Gangsters 1 & 2: Pose as pastry chefs. The Gangsters intend to collect from Feldzieg. Good comic timing and dancing skills required. Vocal range: Tenor (Db3-Gb4)

Trix the Aviatrix: (35-50) The brave and brash female aviator who, by chance, is recruited to perform the wedding. Vocal range: Alto (Ab3-Eb5)

Ensemble: (20-40) A strong, dancing/singing ensemble consisting of 2 men and 2 women. Vocal range: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass



:: Future Auditions ::

A Christmas Carol the musical.

September 23rd & 24th, 2018. Callback September 26th.


Season of Journey: Picasso at the Lapin Agile, The Drowsy Chaperone, Madagascar Jr., A Christmas Carol, Shrek Jr. Of Mice & Men, Violet, Elephant and Piggie’s ‘We Are in a Play’! The Complete History of America(Abridged) and The Wizard of Oz