Sunday, May 24, 2015

Auditions: Pax Amicus Castle Theatre 2015 Season


Auditions: May 28 @ 7PM and May 30 @ 2PM
Performance dates: July 31, Aug 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15
Fridays/Saturdays @ 8PM; Sundays @ 2PM
Casting men and women, ages 16 and older. Prepare a song from the show and be prepared to learn and demonstrate some choreography. 5 men, 5 women, 1 girl plus ensemble: Ti Moune - A peasant girl, Little Ti Moune - Ti Moune as a child, Daniel Beauxhomme - A grande homme and Ti Moune's love interest, Papa Ge - God of Death, Erzulie - Goddess of Love, Agwe - God of Water, Asaka - Goddess of the Earth, Mama Euralie - Ti Moune's adoptive mother, Tonton Julian - Ti Moune's adoptive father, Andrea Deveraux - Daniel's promised wife, Armand Beauxhomme - Daniel's stern father, Storytellers/Gossips/Ensemble - Various Grands Hommes and peasants; smaller roles

From the TONY Award-winning songwriting team of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty (Seussical, Ragtime) comes the Olivier Award-winning Once On This Island. This highly original and theatrical Caribbean adaptation of the popular fairy tale The Little Mermaid garnered eight TONY nominations for its Broadway run, including Best Musical, Book and Score. Ti Moune, a peasant girl, rescues a wealthy boy from the other side of the island, Daniel, with whom she falls in love. Unbeknownst to Ti Moune, the pompous gods who preside over the island make a bet with one another over which is stronger, love or death, the stakes being Ti Moune's life. When she pursues Daniel, who has returned to his people, Ti Moune is shunned because of her lowly status. Her determination and capacity to love, though, is not enough to win Daniel's heart and Ti Moune pays the ultimate price; but the gods turn Ti Moune into a tree that grows so strong and so tall, it breaks the wall that separates the societies and ultimately unites them. Directed by Richard Boyer (Hairspray, Spamalot).

Auditions: June 2 @ 7PM and June 6 @ 1PM
Performance dates: Saturdays, July 11-25 @ 11AM and select weekdays July 13-24 @ 10AM
Casting Teens and Adults, ages 16 and older. Snow White, The King, The Witch, The Good Queen, The Evil Queen, The Huntsman, The Mirror, The Price, 7 Dwarfs (any size)

The classic story, Directed by Stan Barber.

Auditions: July 25 @ 11AM (Children) and 1PM (Adults); July 29 @ 7PM (Adults)
Performance Dates: September 11-27

July 25 @ 11AM: CHILDREN, 8-14 years old: Scout, a tomboy; Jem, her brother; Dill, their studious, summertime neighbor.    
July 25 @ 1PM and July 29 @ 7PM: ADULTS OVER 16 YEARS OLD: 12 Caucasian and 12 Black Jurors; Atticus Fitch, a lawyer, a father; Calpurnia, his housekeeper; the mysterious Boo Radley; Tom Robinson, the accused; Mayella, the accuser; Bob Ewell, her derelict father; Sheriff, Judge, Farmer, Prosecutor, Reverend; Miss Maudie, Mrs. Dubose, Miss Stephanie, neighbors; SCOUT as an adult.    

Based on the novel by Harper Lee, The American Masterpiece of loss of innocence in a sleepy Alabama town, circa 1935, as Scout and Jem’s father, Atticus Finch, “a man with a civilized heart”, defends a young Black man falsely accused of rape. Directed by Stan Barber.

An Open Cast Call is held 6-8 weeks prior to the first performance of each production, and is open to all community and professional performers over the age of 16. Rehearsals are usually held on weekday evenings and some weekend days.

Auditions for Generation Next productions, our teen program, is open to all persons between 13 and 19.

Audition notices for the Shakespeare plays, POE, and Magical Caravan Players (Professional Adults performing for children) are usually posted on website and in BACKSTAGE magazine. Artists auditioning for these productions need to be available for day-time rehearsals and performances.

People interested in working on tech (lights, sound), stage managing, costumes, sets, publicity, etc. may call the theatre at any time, or come to any open cast call.

Pax Amicus Castle Theatre, 23 Lake Shore Road, Budd Lake, NJ (973-691-2100)

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