Upcoming Auditions

Seek­ing adult union and non-union actors for the fol­low­ing open audi­tions:

THE WORLD GOESROUND

AUDITION DATE
Mon­day June 12, 2017, 12:00PM- 8:00 PM
Lunch Break from 3:30 – 4:30 PM
Call­backs TBD

APPOINTMENTS
No appoint­ments. Actors seen on first come, first seen basis.

SEEKING
Mature Actors ages 25 – 50. 3 Women, 2 Men. See Break­down for specifics. 

PREPARATION
Please pre­pare two con­trast­ing Kan­der and Ebb songs (32 bars each).
Bring your sheet music in your key. Accom­pa­nist pro­vid­ed.
Dance call at call­backs only.

No Video Sub­mis­sions.

LOCATION
Lyric Stu­dio The­atre in the Square
12 Pow­der Springs Street
Mari­et­ta, GA 30067
(Entrance under maroon awning)

PERSONNEL
Music by John Kan­der
Lyrics by Frank Ebb
Direc­tor and Chore­o­g­ra­ph­er- Ricar­do Aponte
Music Direc­tor — S. Renee Clark

OTHER DATES
First rehearsal: Sep­tem­ber 25, 2017
Open­ing: Octo­ber 20, 2017
Clos­ing: Novem­ber 5, 2017

OTHER
www.atlantalyric.com

Character Breakdown

Woman 1
Tough and strong. Impas­sioned. She has been hurt. A bit of a lush and snob. Clum­sy. Hope­ful. Age: 25 to 50. Vocal range: A5- E3

Woman 2
Inde­pen­dent. Zany. Bawdy and brassy, but also reflec­tive and poised. She is seduc­tive. Age: 25 to 50. Vocal range: G5- F3

Woman 3
Nos­tal­gic. Adven­tur­ous. Hope­ful. A lush and snob. Con­fi­dent and sexy, but hes­i­tant in regards to love. Age: 25 to 50. Vocal range: F5-F3

Man 1
A bit of a ham. At times he is lone­ly, deject­ed, and shy. Just as eas­i­ly embold­ened to action. Sin­cere, lov­ing, and charm­ing. Age: 25 to 50. Vocal range: G5-A4

Man 2
Nos­tal­gic. Hand­some. Lone­ly. Stern and demand­ing with a com­mand­ing voice. Age: 25 to 50. Vocal range: A5- G3

Based on the char­ac­ter specifics for this show, chil­dren and teens will not be seen at this audi­tion.

About Atlanta Lyric Theatre

Atlanta Lyric The­atre, Atlanta’s only local pro­fes­sion­al musi­cal the­atre com­pa­ny, was formed in 1980 as the South­east­ern Savo­yards, a reper­to­ry the­atre com­pa­ny ded­i­cat­ed to pre­sent­ing the works of Gilbert & Sul­li­van. Since then, the com­pa­ny has grown into a high­ly regard­ed region­al musi­cal the­atre com­pa­ny, and the com­pa­ny changed its name to Atlanta Lyric The­atre. In August 2008, Atlanta Lyric The­atre announced its part­ner­ship with the Friends of the Strand, Inc. to relo­cate to the his­toric and new­ly ren­o­vat­ed Strand The­atre locat­ed on the Square in Mari­et­ta, Geor­gia, as the new per­for­mance home of Atlanta Lyric The­atre. In 2009, the Atlanta Lyric The­atre was nom­i­nat­ed for 19 Suzi Bass Awards (Atlanta’s equiv­a­lent of the Tony Awards), the most of any pro­fes­sion­al Atlanta arts orga­ni­za­tion. The Atlanta Lyric The­atre was award­ed three Suzis, includ­ing the inau­gur­al Audi­ence Choice Award for most out­stand­ing sea­son. For more infor­ma­tion, vis­it www.AtlantaLyricTheatre.com.