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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Auditions

Book, Music and Lyrics by Carol Weiss
Directed by Allen Schmeltz

When: Sunday, March 5 at 7:00pm
Where: Sutter Street Theatre Annex, 710 Figueroa Street, Folsom 95630

This is a musical. Musical director to be determined. 

The audition will consist of a prepared song and cold readings from the script.

What to bring: head shot and resume if you have them plus a prepared short song with
a CD accompaniment or backing tracks on your phone There will not be an
accompanist.

All roles are open with none precast.

The show runs on Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00pm from April 22 to May 21.

Rehearsals are usually Monday through Thursday in the evenings, March 20 through
April 20. Some weekend rehearsals may also be scheduled if needed. There can be no
conflicts for tech week (April 16-20) or the performances. We can usually work around
rehearsal conflicts if they are minor.

Cast Descriptions
 
Witch Wicked – (female – older teen to adult) a Southern witch, who loves her Special
Powers, a bit forgetful.

The Queen – (female – older teen to adult) cold, evil and beautiful, a spoiled brat.

Mirror – (male or female, child to teen) has major attitude, but is also wise.

Snow White – (female, older teen or young adult) Sweet but with backbone.
 
Sir Pompous – (male, older teen to adult) The Queen’s Minister. Good-hearted, but a nervous nellie. Perhaps a bit vain. Afraid of the Queen.

The Prince – (male, older teen to young adult) a clever and brave typical fairy tale
prince.

Lady Penelope – (female, older teen to adult) a lady-in-waiting. Suspicious about everything.

Lady Lucinda – (female, older teen to adult) a lady-in-waiting. Very vain.

Lady Mathilda – (female, older teen to adult) a lady-in-waiting. Nice, not too bright.

Sir Clumsy – (male, older teen to adult) as his name implies.

Sir Silly – (male, older teen to adult) he and Clumsy are sort of the two stooges.

The Dwarfs: (the dwarfs can be male or female, children to teens and we may even
consider adults)

Picker and Packer – the twins, more muscle than brains
Cutter – always nervous
Grinder – probably chubby because he loves to eat
Woeful – always sad and crying
Mouse – he’s mute and mimes
Keeper – gruff, the leader of the dwarfs

Heathers Audition Info

Heathers The Musical: Teen Edition

Greetings and Salutations! Below is the Cast information, summary, and music links for Heathers the Musical: Teen Eddition

 

Character List:

VERONICA SAWYER – 17. She burns to be both cool and kind, but doesn’t know yet how to be both at the same time. Fierce sense of right and wrong, keen sense of ironic humor. Thinks she’s an old soul, but she’s still innocent enough to be blindsided by love/hormones (or shocked by cruelty). Voice: High belting required, up to Ab. Must have dynamic and stylistic range.

JD – 17. He is darkly charismatic, compelling, attractive, charming on the outside yet very damaged on the inside. Keen smarts and strong inventive comedy. Voice: Strong, confident belt to at least an Ab, A preferable; wide emotional range.

HEATHER CHANDLER – 17. Richest, hottest, most magnetic, cruelest girl in town. Relishes power and wields it like a scalpel – no fear, no patience, no mercy. Voice: Strong belt to F or higher preferred.  Mezzo for chorus. NOTE: In certain choral songs Chandler can switch parts with her other Heathers as needed.

HEATHER MCNAMARA – 17. Beautiful, innocent, stupid, can be mean on command if Heather Chandler orders it, but actually quite vulnerable and fearful. Voice: Strong belt to Db, D preferred. Soprano for chorus. NOTE: in certain choral songs Heather Mac and Duke can switch vocal parts as needed.

HEATHER DUKE – 17. Whipping-girl of the 3 Heathers. When she finally becomes Queen Bee she wields power like a bulldozer. Alto for chorus. Voice: Strong belt to C, D preferred.  Alto for chorus. NOTE: in certain choral songs Heather Duke and Mac can switch vocal parts as needed.

MARTHA DUNNSTOCK – 17. Nicknamed “Martha Dumptruck”, the opposite of hot, confident, or popular. Huge and beautiful soul, optimistic even in the face of rejection. Voice: Strong belt to E or F, wide vocal expression.

RAM SWEENEY – 17, Linebacker. Big, insensitive to the feelings of others, ruled by appetites. Voice: Strong Baritone, belt to G, some Falsetto useful.

KURT KELLY – 17. Quarterback and Captain. Big, chiseled, rude, entitled, cocky. Mean, thinks he’s the brains in the friendship with Ram. Voice: Tenor, strong belt to Ab or A, some Falsetto. NOTE: in certain songs Ram and Kurt can switch choral assignment if, say, Ram sings higher than Kurt.

RAM’S DAD – Former football player turned suburban Dad, has never outgrown his glory days in high school. Hates weakness, but capable of soul-searching when tragedy strikes.

BIG BUD DEAN – JD’s single Dad. Big jolly personality that barely conceals the enormous rage bubbling just below the surface. Quite possibly a serial bomber.

COACH RIPPER – Stalwart, man’s man; quick to defend his players.

MS. FLEMING – Aging hippie teacher, still yearning for the day the Age of Aquarius reaches Ohio. Hungry for the spotlight, resentful of entitled youth. Aging hippie teacher, still yearning for the day the Age of Aquarius reaches Ohio. Hungry for the spotlight, resentful of entitled youth.

VERONICA’S MOM – Easygoing, distant, yet capable of laying down the law. Voice: Great belt up to C, higher always welcome.

KURT’S DAD – Straight-laced, very conservative, also former football player. A simple guy, not book smart, you’d be happy to share a beer with him.

VERONICA’S DAD – Easygoing and distant.

PRINCIPAL GOWAN -Rumpled, burned out, hates conflict.

BELEAGUERED GEEK (BOY 1) – A put-upon, bitter geek. Voice: Bari (up to F#) or Tenor (up to A).

PREPPY STUD (BOY 2) – A blowdried 80’s preppy. Voice: Bass (up to E) or Bari (up to G#).

HIPSTER DORK (BOY 3) – Thinks he’s Ducky from ‘Pretty In Pink.’ Voice: Bari (up to F#) or Tenor (up to A).

NEW WAVE GIRL (GIRL 1) – A sullen New Wave girl. Voice: Belt to at least C# (a Soprano up to high A/B is also a plus).

STONER CHICK (GIRL 2) – A fuzzyheaded stoner chick. Voice: Belt to at least C# (a Soprano up to high A/B is also a plus).

YOUNG REPUBLICANETTE (GIRL 3) – A tennis-playing, uptight Student Council type. Voice: Belt to at least C# (Soprano up to high A/B is also a plus).

 

SUMMARY

Heathers The Musical: Teen Edition is the darkly delicious story of Veronica Sawyer, a brainy, beautiful teenage misfit who hustles her way into the most powerful and ruthless clique at Westerberg High: the Heathers. But before she can get comfortable atop the high school food chain, Veronica falls in love with the dangerously handsome new kid J.D. When Heather Chandler, the Almighty, kicks her out of the group, Veronica decides to bite the bullet and kiss Heather’s aerobicized butt… but J.D. has another plan for that bullet.

Brought to you by the award-winning creative team of Kevin Murphy (Reefer Madness, Desperate Housewives), Laurence O’Keefe (Bat Boy, Legally Blonde) and director Andy Fickman (Reefer Madness, She’s the Man), Heathers The Musical: Teen Edition is a hilarious, heartfelt and homicidal new show based on the greatest teen comedy of all time.

Are you in, or are you out?

Changes made to the Teen Edition

(1) Removal of curse words as well as onstage smoking, drinking and R-rated sexual scenes (note: there are still PG-13 sexual scenes).
(2) Replace “Blue” with “You’re Welcome,” a new song created by the authors that adds Veronica’s perspective.
(3) Changes to lyrics and stage directions of “Big Fun” to remove drinking and recreational drug use.
(4) Changes to lyrics and stage directions of “Dead Girl Walking” to remove R-rated sexual scenes.

 

Link to the soundtrack (teen edition):

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1m04KVklyHSkYGqtKxSihEr_PFnQs6D3

 

Murder on the Orient Express Audition

Adapted by Ken Ludwig
Directed by Connie Mockenhaupt

When: Sunday, January 22 at 7:00pm
Where: Sutter Street Theatre Annex, 710 Figueroa Street, Folsom

REHEARSALS: January 30 – March 2 on Mondays through Thursdays at 7:00pm.
PERFORMANCES: March 3 – April 2 on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 4:30pm

WHAT TO BRING: A resume and head shot if you have them. Auditions will be cold readings
from the script.

SYNOPSIS: Just after midnight, a snowdrift stops the Orient Express in its tracks. The luxurious
train is surprisingly full for the time of the year, but by the morning it is one passenger fewer.
An American tycoon lies dead in his compartment, stabbed eight times, his door locked from
the inside. Isolated and with a killer in their midst, the passengers rely on detective Hercule
Poirot to identify the murderer – in case he or she decides to strike again.

Character Descriptions:

Hercule Poirot: Male, 55-65
A famous Belgian detective; a "Big" personality; authoritative, witty, charismatic and slightly
pompous; driven to find the answers, good or bad, with a strong moral sense; very aware of his
ability and his well deserved reputation.

Monsieur Bouc: Male, 30s-60s
A Belgian man of good humor; playful, proud, generous; a predilection for grandeur; a
whirlwind of energy; must be an excellent comedian.

Mary Debenham: Female, 30s-40s
An English beauty; a governess, capable yet romantic; a sadness around her eyes and a
hardness about her person.

Hector MacQueen: Male, 30s-40s
Tightly wound, edgy and nervous; he seems to always be on the verge of falling apart or coming
unwound.

Michel the Conductor/Marcel: Male, 30s-60s
One actor will play two roles: Michel: a good-looking Frenchman, about 40, a quiet, almost
grave sense of humor; unfailingly polite; Marcel: a Turkish waiter, snooty, smooth; must have
great comic timing.

Princess Dragomiroff: Female, Older
A Russian dowager; very formal, a sweeping, impressive presence; imperial, impatient.

Greta Ohlsson: Female, 20s-60s
Inherently odd, and very devout Swedish woman; a frightened, sheeplike quality; must be an
excellent comedienne with a Swedish accent.

Countess Andrenyi: Female, 20s-40s
Brilliantly beautiful, like something out of a fairytale; impeccably put together, with a warmth
that wins over everyone she meets; her delicacy belies a steely edge; she is no wilting flower;
Hungarian accent.

Helen Hubbard: Female, 40s-60s
An outspoken and flamboyant American from the Midwest; jovial, obnoxious, domineering,
deliciously nosy and brash; unapologetic; must be an excellent comedienne.

Samuel Ratchett: Male, 30s-60s
Middle-aged American businessman, evil at heart and frightening, brusque, unforgiving, stern
demeanor; pushy, domineering.

Colonel Arbuthnot: Male 30s-60s
Scotsman, also middle aged, handsome, very matter of fact, occasionally tender; must have
great comic timing.

Alice in Wonderland Audition

Written by Kathryn Schultz Miller
Directed by Mike Jimena

When: Wednesday, December 28 at 7:00pm
Where: Sutter Street Theatre Annex, 710 Figueroa Street, Folsom

Casting for two actors ages 13 through adult to play multiple roles; Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Cheshire Cat, Caterpillar plus a puppeteer for some characters.

REHEARSAL: Wednesdays, January 4, 11 & 18 at 4:00pm and Tech Week, January 23-26 at 6:00pm.
PERFORMANCES: January 28 – February 26 on Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00pm

WHAT TO BRING: A resume and head shot if you have them. Auditions will be cold readings from the script.

SYNOPSIS: Welcome to Wonderland where everything is curiouser and curiouser! Follow Alice down the rabbit hole in this exciting adventure full of strange and fantastic characters. As Alice makes her way through the Tulgey Wood, she quickly meets characters such as the White Rabbit and Queen of Hearts. So don’t be late! Come join Alice and her friends for a short, fun-filled, journey through Wonderland.

Murder on the Orient Express

March 3 – April 2
Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 PM
Sunday at 4:30 PM

Rated: PG-13

Written by Agatha Christie
Adapted by Ken Ludwig

Just after midnight, a snowdrift stops the Orient Express in its tracks. The luxurious train is surprisingly full for the time of the year, but by the morning it is one passenger fewer. An American tycoon lies dead in his compartment, stabbed eight times, his door locked from the inside. Isolated and with a killer in their midst, the passengers rely on detective Hercule Poirot to identify the murderer – in case he or she decides to strike again.

Escanaba in Da Moonlight Audition

By Jeff Daniels
Directed by Connie Mockenhaupt

When: Monday, December 19 at 7:00pm
Where: Sutter Street Theatre Annex, 710 Figueroa Street, Folsom

Casting for two roles, Reuben & Remnar who are brothers, deer hunters with a woodsy look to
them. Should look 30 to 50 years old. This is a fast-paced comedy and the ability to do physical
comedy is a plus.

Rehersals: December 27 – January 19 on Mondays through Thursdays in the evenings
Performances: January 21 – February 19 on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at
4:30pm

What to bring: A resume and head shot if you have them. Auditions will be cold readings
from the script

Synopsis: When the Soady clan reunites for the opening day of deer season at the
family’s Upper Peninsula camp, thirty-five-year-old Reuben Soady brings with him the
infamous reputation of being the oldest Soady in the history of the Soadys never to bag
a buck. In a hunting story to beat all hunting stories, Escanaba in da Moonlight spins a
hilarious tale of humor, horror and heart as Reuben goes to any and all lengths to
remove himself from the wrong end of the family record book.

The Quiltmaker’s Gift

December 9 – December 30
Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 PM
Friday December 29 at 1:00 PM

Rated: G

Book by Alan J. Prewitt
Music by Craig Bohmler
Lyrics by Steven Mark Kohn

A mysterious old woman lives in the misty mountains, making beautiful quilts for the poor. Meanwhile, the greedy king is desperate to find happiness, assuming it will come from one of the many presents he has demanded from his subjects. When the old woman refuses to give the king a quilt, she starts him on a journey of self-discovery that takes them both on a whimsical adventure. 

 

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Shrek The Musical

November 4 – November 26
Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 PM

Rated: G

Music by Jeanine Tesori
Book and Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire

“Once upon a time, there was a little ogre named Shrek….” And thus begins the tale of an unlikely hero who finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking Donkey and a feisty princess who resists her rescue. Throw in a short-tempered bad guy, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits, and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand… and his name is Shrek.

 

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Cinderella

September 2 – September 24
Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 PM

Rated: G

Adapted by Laura Luke

Cinderella, the world’s most famous fairy tale, comes to Sutter Street. Her life is not easy living with her Stepmother and Stepsisters. Cinderella’s life is about to change and it all starts with a wish and her Fairy Godmother. This tale will touch your heart and make you laugh. Come see fif a little magic can bring Cinderella and the Prince together and Make dreams come true.

 

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Frozen Jr.

August 5 – August 27
Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 PM

Rated: G

Music and Lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez
Book by Jennifer Lee

Disney’s Frozen JR. is based on the 2018 Broadway musical, and brings Elsa, Anna, and the magical land of Arendelle to life, onstage. The show features all of the memorable songs from the animated film, with music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, plus five new songs written for the Broadway production.

A story of true love and acceptance between sisters, Frozen JR. expands upon the emotional relationship and journey between Princesses Anna and Elsa. When faced with danger, the two discover their hidden potential and the powerful bond of sisterhood.

 

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Seussical Kids

July 1 – July 23
Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 PM

Rated: G

Book by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty
Music by Stephen Flaherty
Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens

Transporting audiences from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus, the Cat in the Hat, our narrator, tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a speck of dust containing tiny people called the Whos, including Jojo, a Who child, who gets in trouble for thinking too many “thinks.” Horton’s challenge is twofold — not only must he protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, but he must also guard an abandoned egg that’s been left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird. Although Horton faces ridicule, danger, kidnapping and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him. 

 

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You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown

June 3 – June 25
Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 PM

Rated: G

Book, Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesner
Additional Dialogue by Michael Mayer
Additional Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa

With charm, wit, and heart, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown explores life through the eyes of Charlie Brown and his friends in the Peanuts gang. This revue of songs and vignettes, based on the beloved Charles Schulz comic strip,Musical numbers include “My Blanket and Me,” “The Kite,” “The Baseball Game,” “Little Known Facts,” “Suppertime,” and “Happiness.” Guaranteed to please audiences of all ages!

 

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

April 22- May 21
Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 PM

Rated: G

Written by Carol Weiss

This family musical contains a zany, wisecracking Mirror who will only answer if spoken to in rhyme, as well as a whole court full of funny and bubbling characters. It hums with 14 lively songs, including a scary forest ballet. Snow White runs away from the evil Queen and seeks refuge with seven little miners. But the Queen and her sister, a once-powerful witch, need “a locket from the pocket of a princess that is pure.” 

 

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Alice in Wonderland

January 28 – February 26
Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 PM

Rated: G

Written by Kathryn Shultz Miller

Welcome to Wonderland where everything is curiouser and curiouser! Follow Alice down the rabbit hole in this exciting adventure full of strange and fantastic characters. As Alice makes her way through the Tulgey Wood, she quickly meets characters such as the White Rabbit and Queen of Hearts. So don’t be late! Come join Alice and her friends for a short, fun-filled, journey through Wonderland.  

 

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The Addams Family – A New Musical Comedy

July 8 – August 18
Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 PM
Sunday at 4:30 PM

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice
Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa

Rated PG

THE ADDAMS FAMILY, a comical feast that embraces the wackiness in every family, features an original story and it’s every father’s nightmare: Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family– a man her parents have never met. And if that wasn’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before– keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s “normal” boyfriend and his parents. 

Cabaret

May 26 – June 25
Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 PM
Sunday at 4:30 PM

Book by Joe Masteroff
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb

Rated PG-13

In a Berlin nightclub, as the 1920’s draw to a close, a garish Master of Ceremonies welcomes the audience and assures them they will forget all their troubles at the Cabaret. With the Emcee’s bawdy songs as wry commentary, Cabaret explores the dark, heady, and tumultuous life of Berlin’s natives and expatriates as Germany slowly yields to the emerging Third Reich. Cliff, a young American writer newly arrived in Berlin, is immediately taken with English singer Sally Bowles. Meanwhile, Fräulein Schneider, proprietor of Cliff and Sally’s boarding house, tentatively begins a romance with Herr Schultz, a mild-mannered fruit seller who happens to be Jewish. Musical numbers include “Willkommen,” “Cabaret,” “Don’t Tell Mama” and “Two Ladies.”

 

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Monty Python’s Spamalot

July 8 – August 13
Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 PM
Sunday at 4:30 PM

Book and Lyrics: Eric Idle
Music: John Du Prez

Rated PG-13

Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT retells the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, and features a bevy of beautiful show girls, not to mention cows, killer rabbits, and French people. Did we mention the bevy of beautiful showgirls? The 2005 Broadway production won three Tony® Awards, including Best Musical, and was followed by two successful West End runs. The outrageous, uproarious, and gloriously entertaining story of King Arthur and the Lady of the Lake will delight audiences as they search for the Holy Grail and “always look on the bright side of life.”

 

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Holiday in the Hills Auditions

Written and Directed by Mike Jimena & Connie Mockenhaupt

When: Auditions – Sunday, October 9 at 4:00 pm
Where: Sutter Street Theatre – Annex, 710 Figueroa Street, Folsom, CA 95630

All ages may audition.

REHEARSALS: Rehearsals will start on Nov. 1 and are usually weekday evenings. Not everyone is called for every rehearsal.

PERFORMANCE DATES: December 3 through December 23 with performances on Friday, Saturday at 8:00pm and Sunday at 4:30pm plus weekday performances on December 15, 20, 21 & 22 at 7:00pm.  You MUST be available for all performance dates.

WHAT TO BRING: Please bring a resume and head shot if you have them. Also prepare a short song that shows your talents. We will not have an accompanist so please bring backing tracks on your phone or a CD.

COVID Policy: You must have had your Covid shots in order to audition.

SYNOPSISHoliday in the Hills is our annual holiday show highlighting Folsom in the late 1800s It is very popular and usually sells out most performances. It is a lot of fun for both the actors and audiences alike.

The Magic Toyshop Auditions

Directed by Allen Schmeltz

When: Sunday, October 23 at 7:00pm
Where: Sutter Street Theatre Annex, 710 Figueroa Street, Folsom

Synopsis: When the Master Toymaker sprinkles a touch of Magic Doll Dust on the wonderful dolls he has made, they come to life in a surprising way. They realize how unusual they are when they find they can walk, talk and breathe. The Master Toymaker realizes it too and decides he does not want to sell them. They are too wonderful to be “mussed, crushed and handled” by loving children. The dolls, however, take the opposite view. Dolls are meant to be loved, and these dolls don’t want to miss anything. With the aid of an unusual customer who visits the toy shop, and additional aid from the audience, the dolls achieve their desire to be given to children at Christmas. A happy holiday musical which involves everyone.

The Magic Toyshop runs the following dates:

Dec. 17 & 18 at 1:00pm

Dec. 16, 20,  21, 22, 23, 27, 28 & 29 at 4:00pm

Rehearsals start November 14 with tech week the week of December 5. Rehearsals are Monday through Thursday evenings although due to the short rehearsal period there may be some weekend rehearsals. Thanksgiving week will only have rehearsals on Monday & Tuesday.

Note: The publisher lists the show as a musical, but the music is simple and minimal so there will be no vocal audition.

What to bring: A headshot and resume if you have them.

The Characters

Toy Maker – Age 20 to 100+

Old Woman – Age 50 to 100+

Santa Clause – Older adult (Santa Clause look a plus)

The following dolls can be from 10 years through teen – The captain and Louie are males and the rest females although it is possible to cast females in the male roles and visa versa.

Captain a soldier doll

Corky a clown doll

Tina a ballerina doll (some dance experience is helpful)

Sunny a Raggedy Ann Doll

Gigi a French doll

Louie a French doll

Frankenstein Slept Here Audition

 

By Tim Kelly

Directed by Jenny Connors

 

Audition Date: September 11, 2022 at 7:00 pm

Audition Location: 710 Figueroa St, Folsom

 

Rehearsals: 4:30-6:00, September 26 – October 13, Monday – Thursday

Tech week: 4:00 – 6:00, October 17 – 20

 

Performance Dates: 

4:30 PM October 22, 23, 28, 29, 30

1:00 PM November 5 & 6

Call-time is 1 hour before curtain.

 

 

Parking: Parking is prohibited in the neighborhood near the annex, however the church near the annex allows free parking.

 

Auditions are open to all ages!

 

What to Bring:

Your Proof of Vaccine card.  Also, bring a headshot and resume if you have them and prepare to do a cold read.

Synopsis:

Baroness Frankenstein has opened her castle to all those who can’t cope with the outside world, including a descendant of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, a Medusa with snakes in her hair, Vampira, the Mummy, the mad Igor, a Phantom Bride and the Invisible Man.  The castle belongs to an American society matron who sends monthly checks to pay for the staff she imagines is working at the castle.  What to do?  What else but have the creatures pose as servants.  Mrs. Hoople arrives with her young niece and her husband to inspect the premises and discovers her gardener is Igor, the butler is a mummy, the cleaning woman is a vampire and the Monster is stretched out on the dining table!  The highlight takes place when a werewolf fights the Invisible Man in full view of the audience!

 

 

Characters:

Igor. . . Assistant to Baroness Frankenstein, a stupid, silly creature with horrible posture.

The Monster. . . An artificial man

The Phantom Bride. . . A ghost who died on her wedding day in Paris many, many, many years ago.

Vampira. . .  A creature of the night and a bit of a diva

The Mummy. . . An old Egyptian who expresses himself beautifully – through grunts and groans

Pauline. . . Mrs. Hoople’s Niece, sweet and starry-eyed

Ted. . . Her young husband, who always sees the bright-side

 

The following roles are precast:

Baroness Frankenstein

Jacqueline Hyde

Medusa

Hannah Hoople

The Werewolf

The Invisible Man