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WHO: Footlite is an all volunteer community theater. They seek a diverse cast.
WHEN: Monday October 3rd and Tuesday October 4th at 6:30 pm
WHERE: Auditions will take place at the theater 1847 N Alabama Street.
The audition process will include vocals, dance/movement and readings from the script. All will participate in the vocal and dance portions (please wear appropriate clothing and footwear for choreography) Prepare only 16 bars of a song and provide sheet music. An accompanist will be available. No a cappella auditions. Please no songs from the show. All those auditioning are encouraged to bring a resume of their onstage experience. When registering online, please list of all potential conflict. You may update the list at the theater. These will be discussed with the Producer and agreed to by the Director before casting can be confirmed. All roles are available.
STAFF: Director Maria Matters
QUESTIONS: Please contact email@example.com
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ABOUT THE SHOW
This a campy, dark comedy with a science fiction twist. Seymour Krelborn, a meek shop clerk at Mushnik’s Flower shop, is tired of life in the gutter and dreams of fame, fortune and love. His heart is set on Audrey who is entangled with a sadistic dentist. Everything changes when Seymour finds and cares for a strange plant that has devious dreams of its own.
An insecure florist’s clerk and our eventual hero. He is a genuine, well-meaning man who is taken for granted because of his clumsy ways and poor social skills. Gender: male Stage Age: 20 to 35 Vocal range top: G4 Vocal range bottom: A2
Bleached-blond bombshell, and secret love of Seymour’s life. She has poor self-worth and education, but incredibly good looks and a sweet and vulnerable demeanor. Gender: female Stage Age: 20 to 35 Vocal range top: D5 Vocal range bottom: G#3
The seasoned owner of the failing East Side flower shop and Seymour’s nosy boss. He is profit-driven, greedy, and manipulative. Think Nathan Lane or Zero Mostel type. Gender: male Stage Age: 55 to 65 Vocal range top: F4 Vocal range bottom: G2
An egotistical dentist with a passion for leather and sadistic tendencies. Audrey’s abusive boyfriend, who is the first “meal” for the Plant. Gender: male Stage Age: 30 to 40 Vocal range top: G4 Vocal range bottom: G2
Various other characters with lines or lyrics, including reporters, salesmen, the wife of the editor of Time Magazine. These parts are usually doubled by the actor playing Orin Scrivello, but not necessarily.
The Plant (Audrey II) Puppeteer.
An anthropomorphic cross between a Venus flytrap and an avocado. Puppeteer doubles as other sizes of the plant. Must be in excellent physical condition, as operating the two larger puppets is physically demanding.
Voice Of The Plant
An actor/vocalist located offstage. The voice is that of a conniving, street-smart ‘villain.’ A funky Rhythm and Blues voice is best. A deep, menacing laugh is a must. Gender: male Age: sounds like 30 to 50+ Vocal range top: G4 Vocal range bottom: G2
Crystal, Ronnette And Chiffon
African-American (or other ethnicity) street urchins, acting as the occasional Greek Chorus. Young, hip, and smart, these girls are the only ones who have a grip on reality. May be expanded to five urchins at director’s discretion. Gender: female Stage Age: 18 to 30 Vocal range top: F5 Vocal range bottom: Ab3
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