Cabaret – Norwalk CT EPA (1.17.19)

Music Theatre of Connecticut
Norwalk, CT

Job Details



SPT 5; $425

CABARET – Masteroff/Kander/Ebb
Director: Kevin Connors
Musical Director: Tom Conroy
Choreographer: TBA

Present at the audition will be Kevin Connors
(Artistic Director and CABARET director), Jim
Schilling (managing director), Tom Conroy
(musical director), and Alex Mongillo
(administrative manager)

CABARET rehearses at the theatre March 16 –
28, 2019. The production runs March 29 – April
14, 2019 – Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 4pm &
8pm, and Sundays at 2pm. MTC is one hour
via Metro North (New Haven Line) from Grand
Central and Metro North train fare is paid by
the theatre.

Music Theatre of Connecticut, currently in its
32nd season, is located in Norwalk, CT. The
company has won numerous “Best” awards
and Connecticut Crtitics’ Circle Awards and
Nominations, including the prestigious Killen
Award for Outstanding Contribution to
Professional Theatre, joining Long Wharf,
Hartford Stage and the Westport Playhouse.

An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The
producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination.
Equity is committed to diversity and
encourages all its employers to engage in a
policy of equal employment opportunity
designed to promote a positive model of
inclusion. As such, Equity encourages
performers of all ethnicities, gender identities,
and ages, as well as performers with
disabilities, to attend every audition.

Always bring your Equity Membership card to

Equity actors/singers who move. Ethnic
Minorities are STRONGLY encouraged to
attend. Connecticut and Westchester talent a


EMCEE – tenor, 30-50; the host/master of ceremonies at the Kit Kat Klub–presented as a genderquestionable
character comfortable with being close to both men and women; comedic, lovable;
charismatic, great dancer; appearance flexible, speaks with a German accent.

SALLY BOWLES – soprano w/ strong belt; 25 – 35, a British cabaret singer at the Kit Kat Klub, a
quirky character who comes across as flighty, yet at times struggles with knowing the darkness of the
reality of her life as a cabaret performer; strong dance; speaks with a British accent.

CLIFF BRADSHAW – bari/tenor; an American novelist and English teacher traveling to Berlin; a
closeted gay man exploring his sexuality; light dance/stage combat; speaks with an American accent.

FRAULEIN KOST – alto/belter; 30 – 40, another of Fraulein Schneider’s roomers, earns money by
offering favors to sailors, exhibits a strong sexual comfort and commanding nature; good dance;
speaks with a German Accent

FRAULEIN SCHNEIDER – alto; 50+, a landlady who rents rooms in her large flat; comfortable with
stage movement and light dance (waltz); speaks with a German accent.

HERR SCHULTZ – tenor; 50+, one of Fraulein Schneider’s roomers and the proprietor of a fruit shop;
comfortable with stage movement and light dance; speaks with a German accent.

ERNST – baritone, 30-40, friendly and likable German, takes English lessons from Cliff, and smuggles
funds for the Nazi party; some stage combat/light dance, speaks with a German accent.

MAN 1 – great singer/dancer who acts well, tenor, 24-30, plays multiple roles including Nazi Youth
singing “Tomorrow Belongs to Me”

To schedule an Appointment, email Alex at
[email protected] or call (203)
454-3883 M-F 11am – 3pm



Audition Information


Music Theatre of Connecticut
509 Westport Ave
Norwalk, CT 06851

free parking on site

Thursday, January 17, 2019
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Lunch 1:30 to 2:30


Equity actors/singers who move. Ethnic
Minorities are STRONGLY encouraged to
attend. Connecticut and Westchester talent a