Musicals at Richter (MAR), now in its 28th season as the longest-running outdoor theater in Connecticut, will hold an additional call for selected roles and ensemble parts for its 2012 season on Saturday, March 31 from 12 noon – 3 p.m. at Richter Arts Center, 100 Aunt Hack Road, in Danbury, CT, adjacent to the Richter Park Golf Course. (Auditionees are asked to park in the main golf course parking lot.)
The main stage musical season includes “Nunsense: The Megamusical” (June 14-30) co-directed by Donald Birely and Christopher Gladysz, both of New York City; "Brigadoon" (July 5-21) directed by Mr. Birely; and “Bye Bye Birdie” (July 26 – August 11), also directed by Mr. Birely. Musical directors are Dan Koch of Millbrook, NY (“Nunsense”) and Tina Marie Lorusso of Waterbury, CT (“Brigadoon” and “Bye Bye Birdie”).
For “Nunsense,” the directors are seeking: Reverend Mother, Sr. Hubert, Sr. Robert Anne, and Sr. Leo.
For “Brigadoon,” Mr. Birely is seeking Tommy Albright, Jeff Douglas, Charlie Dalrymple, and the dancing role of Harry Beaton.
For “Bye Bye Birdie,” Mr. Birely is seeking Rosie, Conrad Birdie, Kim MacAfee (age 14 and up) as well as character men and women to play parents and various roles. Also needed are men (age 14 and up) who dance and sing for featured ensemble roles.
Auditionees should bring a picture and resume if they have them, prepare two Broadway show tunes (up-tempo and ballad) that show their range, and bring sheet music in their key; an accompanist will be provided. They should be prepared to read and dance. Please note that these positions are unpaid and housing is not available.
Please note that if you attended the March 8-11 auditions, you are still under consideration and do not need to attend this call.
Show descriptions and cast breakdowns can be found on the theater website, www.musicalsatrichter.org. For further information, visit the website, leave a message at 203-748-6873 or e-mail email@example.com.
About Musicals at Richter
Now in its 28th season, Musicals at Richter is Connecticut’s longest-running outdoor theater. Performances are given on weekends at the Richter Arts Center (next to the Richter Park Golf Course), 100 Aunt Hack Road, in Danbury. Nestled in the hills of Western Connecticut, the Arts Center stage has served as the scenic backdrop for over 70 musicals produced by Musicals at Richter, as well as a professional springboard for hundreds of up-and-coming performers. Musicals at Richter is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization. For further information, visit the website at www.musicalsatrichter.org, leave a message at 203-748-6873 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.