Contra Costa Musical Theatre

Auditions by Appointment Only
Complete the form at the bottom of this page and bring it with you to your audition.

Mon, April 20 from 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Tues, April 21 from 7:30 - 9:30 pm

Lareen Fender's The Ballet School, 1357 N Main St, Walnut Creek

Callbacks will be held April 27 & 28
beginning at 7:30 pm
Lareen Fender's The Ballet School, 1357 N Main St, Walnut Creek

Director/Choreographer: Christina Lazo
Musical Director: Matt Smart
Executive Producers: Dustin Riggs & Cherie Davis


Rehearsals begin in late August 2015
Rehearsals are Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs & Fri evenings; Sat/Sun days

Performances: October 9 - November 7, 2015 (Thursdays-Sundays)
Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek

All roles are open.  Small reimbursement for expenses available.
AEA Guest Contract is available for this production.
Contra Costa Musical Theatre is committed to non-traditional casting.
All are encouraged to audition.  Seeking ethnically diverse cast of various body types;
male performers must be comfortable with full and partial nudity.

Prepare contemporary Broadway or pop song in the style of the show.
Be prepared to dance.

Bring sheet music in your key, accompanist provided. No tapes or acapella.

If you have already registered for an appointment and need to re-print the
Audition Form and Conflict Calendar.

Remember you must have a confirmed Audition Appointment.

If you can't make your scheduled appointment, please be courteous and contact CCMT at 925-210-0268 to cancel
your appointment so that we can accommodate other actors.

Character Breakdown

Jerry (low F to double high D flat) 30s; strong actor; unemployed mill worker, trying to find a way to make money so he can pay child support and keep his 12 year-old son; some times acts like an overgrown kid

Pam (low G to belt high C) 30s; Jerry's ex-wife; has moved on from the T-shirt and blue jean crowd; very strong actress; belt voice

Dave (low D to high B) Early 30s; Jerry's friend; strong actor; another unemployed mill worker; heavy-set and very uncomfortable with body image; loveable teddy bear-type

Georgie (low G to belt high D flat) 30s; Dave's committed wife; salty, blue collar, funny, scrappy

Harold (low C sharp to high B) Laid-off factory manager; older than the other guys; 40s; distinguished

Vicki (low G to high D) 30-40s; Harold's trophy wife; high-belter; having a ball with her perfect life and works hard to be up-scale

Malcolm (low B to double high E) Early 30s; an insecure, lonely night security guard; mama's boy; initially shy and lacking in social skills; sweet

Noah (low F high G) A retired mill worker (aka Horse); African American

Ethan (low B to high A) Early 30s; lost soul; goofy, original and capable of great physical humor

Jeanette (low F to high B flat) Late 50s-60s; showbiz veteran, eager to leave the rocking chair and get back on the circuit; great comedienne

Teddy  35-55; Pam’s fiancé; the opposite of Jerry – clean-cut, well-off. May double in other roles.

Keno 20s; Chippendale-type dancer; great body, strong dancer, sexy, hot, flamboyant; experience or knowledge of stripper "moves" a plus

Nathan 12-13 year old boy; Jerry's son; strong actor.  Parents must be comfortable with the adult content of the show. Prepare 1-2 minute monologue.

Ensemble 2 men and 4 women who sing/move well or dance; early 30s age range. Men should be capable of transforming themselves into a variety of character parts.

Complete the information below to sign up for an Audition Appointment.


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Contra Costa Musical Theatre | PO Box 4446 Walnut Creek CA 94596 | phone: 925.210.0268 | ccmt@ccmt.org

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