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Auditions


God of Carnage

Auditions for Bloomington Civic Theatre’s God of Carnage (Director Shanan Custer) will be Monday, March 2nd and Tuesday, March 3rd starting at 6:30pm. Call backs will be Wednesday, March 4th starting at 7pm. APPOINTMENTS IN ADVANCE ARE NECESSARY. Audition location is the Center for the Arts in the Bloomington Civic Plaza, on the southeast corner of 98th St. and Logan Ave. in Bloomington, MN (actual street address is 1800 W. Old Shakopee Rd.).

To request an audition, please submit the form attached to this link: God of Carnage Audition Form. A response will be sent to you within 24 hours.

All non-union actors are invited to audition, $400 stipend. Rehearsals will begin approximately April 6th and will generally be weeknights with rehearsals likely to happen on Saturday morning/afternoons and Sunday afternoon/evenings. This is subject to change. Plan for a full weekend rehearsal Sat. and Sun., May 16th and 17th. Performance schedule is May 21st to June 14th (15 performances). Please note the rehearsal period and performance dates before requesting an audition time.

Audition: Resume and headshot will be collected at the time of audition. Please arrive a few minutes prior to your appointment time to allow for completing paperwork. Actors are asked to prepare a one minute contemporary monologue – memorized.

The Story: In this magnificently constructed Tony Award-winning play, an altercation between 11-year old boys brings together two sets of Brooklyn parents to resolve the matter. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed but, as the meeting progresses and the rum flows, tensions emerge and the gloves come off, leaving the couples with more than just their liberal principles in tatters.

Character Description: 2 women, 2 men: age range 35-45.

Phantom

Auditions for Bloomington Civic Theatre’s Yeston and Kopit’s Phantom (Director Karen Weber, Choreographer Michael Gruber, Music Director Anita Ruth) will be Sunday, March 15 starting at 5:30pm and Monday, March 16 starting at 6:00pm.  Callbacks will be held on Sunday, March 22 starting at 5:30pm. The dance call will be held at call backs on Sunday, March 22. APPOINTMENTS IN ADVANCE ARE NECESSARY. Audition location is the Center for the Arts in the Bloomington Civic Plaza, on the southeast corner of 98th St. and Logan Ave. in Bloomington, MN (actual street address is 1800 W. Old Shakopee Rd.).

The Tony award winning authors of Nine transformed Gaston Leroux' The Phantom of the Opera into a sensation that enraptures audiences and critics with beautiful songs and an expertly crafted book. It is constructed around characters more richly developed than in any other version, including the original novel.

To request an audition, please submit the form attached to this link:  Phantom Audition Request Form. A response will be sent to you within two business days.

All adult non-union actors/singers are invited to audition. All roles will receive a $400 stipend (subject to possible increase). Rehearsals will begin approximately August 24, 2015 and will generally be weeknights with possible/likely weekend rehearsals, subject to change. Plan for a full weekend of rehearsal Sat. and Sun. October 10 and 11, 2015. Performance schedule is October 16 to Nov. 14 (21 performances). Please note the rehearsal period and performance dates before requesting an audition time.

Song: Please prepare 16-32 bars of ballad or up tempo music. Preferably Operetta in style. Monologue: Please prepare a 1-2 minute monologue written before 1930. Dance: At call backs dress for movement.

Resume and headshot will be collected at the time of audition.

Character breakdown:

The Opera Ghost, Erik: This role is already cast

Christine Daae: Soprano, age range 20’s, graceful, diamond in the rough, genuine, a bit naive

Phillipe, the Count De Chandon: Tenor, age range late 20’s to 30’s, romantic male lead, wealthy nobleman, a ladies man

Gerard Carriere: Baritone, age range 50’s to 60’s, former Opera Company Manager, wise, fatherly

Alain Cholet: age range late 30’s to 40’s, new Opera Company Manager, full of bravado but henpecked and insecure

Carlotta: Coloratura Soprano, age range late 30’s to 40’s, scheming Opera Diva

Josef Buquet: mid 30’s, Opera Company Costume Master

Inspector Ledoux: age range 30’s to 50’s, Chief of the Paris Police

Jean Claude: age range late 20’s to late 40’s, Opera Stage Manager     

VARIOUS MEMBERS OF THE OPERA and BALLET COMPANY, POLICE, AND THE PHANTOM'S ACOLYTES.

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