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.