Fulton Theatre and Maltz Jupiter Theatre 2020-21 – NYC EPA (03.02.20)

Various Producers
New York, NY

Job Details


Call Type: EPA

LORT Non-Rep various

Casting Director: Bob Cline (in attendance)

See each theatre’s breakdown for personnel and seasonal info.

This is a seasonal EPA. If you are unable to attend, please do not panic. We will still have individual auditions, and the ECC’s throughout the year. All roles available. If Bob knows you well, you are welcome to drop-off pic and resume with role listed on resume that you are interested in, especially if you are busy on this day.

EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition.

An Equity Monitor will be provided.

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 auditions.

Equity actors and actor/singers for various roles in the upcoming 2020-21 seasons for:

The Fulton Theatre (Lancaster PA) and Maltz Jupiter Theatre (Jupiter FL)

See breakdowns.


Fulton Theatre
12 N. Prince Street, Lancaster, PA 17603

LORT B and D $969 (B) & 573.60 (D)
Executive Artistic Producer: Marc Robin
Fulton’s Casting Associate – Joey Abramowicz
NY Casting by Bob Cline – only one present at auditions.

2020 – 2021 Mainstage (LORT B)

Book by: Arthur Kopit
Music & Lyrics by: Maury Yeston
Rehearsal: On or about August 31,2020
Opening: September 17, 2020
Closing: October 11, 2020

ERIK, THE PHANTOM – Male, 20s-30s; baritone with bass notes; dark and brooding with artistic sensitivity underneath; shuns contact with people, but is yearning for love (which he finds with Christine). Any Ethnicity

CHRISTINE DAAE – Female, 20s; young, beautiful soprano; warm and optimistic; filled with dreams of singing on the opera stage; drawn to Erik’s musical gifts and to his soul. Any Ethnicity

COUNT PHILIPPE DE CHANDON – Male, 20s; baritone/tenor; rich patron of the arts; handsome and confident; is in love with Christine. Any Ethnicity

GERARD CARRIERE – Male, 40s-50s; baritone; former director of the Opera; warm and wise; Erik’s protector; a kind man with a dark secret. Any Ethnicity

ALAIN CHOLET – Male, 30s-50s; the new head of the Opera; comic character man; gives the impression of being in charge but is in fact ruled by Carlotta. Any Ethnicity

CARLOTTA – Female, late 30s-50s; Alain Cholet’s diva wife; mezzo soprano; grande dame of the Opera; jealous of anyone younger, prettier, and more talented, especially Christine. Any Ethnicity

INSPECTOR LEDOUX – Male, late 30s-50s; character man; efficient and serious police inspector; wants to get to the bottom of the Phantom’s alleged crimes. Any Ethnicity


Rodgers and Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA
Book by: Douglas Carter Beene
Music by: Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by: Oscar Hammerstein II
Rehearsal: On or about October 26, 2020
Opening: November 12, 2020
Closing: December 27, 2020

ELLA – Female, 20’s, any ethnicity. Though no one notices her beneath her rags and quiet demeanor, she is opinionated, charismatic, passionate, beautiful and funny. We see her blossom into a confident woman. Must have strong dance and partnering skills and great comedic timing. Beautiful and expressive traditional musical theatre soprano.

TOPHER – Male, 20’s – early 30’s. Any Ethnicity. A misguided and lost prince who longs to do something important with his life. Though brave and heroic, he feels lonely and unfulfilled. Attractive and charming but not a stereotypical ladies man, he is thoughtful, appealing and innocent – with an unforced goofy streak. Moral, genuine and kindhearted, he is at a crossroads and must take control of his kingdom and his future. Must have strong dance and partnering skills and great comedic timing. Soaring, rich musical theatre baritone to G.

LORD PINKLETON – Male, mid 30’s – 50’s. Any Ethnicity. The Lord Chancellor’s right-hand man. Announces royal balls, banquets and even the weather to the villagers. Must have great comic timing.

Traditional musical theatre tenor with power.

MADAME – Female, 40’s – 60’s. Any Ethnicity. A friend to Ella, and the town’s resident crazy lady and beggar-woman. Actually a fairy godmother in disguise. Wise, warm, otherworldly and charming. Marie rewards Ella for her kindness by making her dreams a possibility. Glorious and expressive traditional musical theatre soprano to G.

JEAN-MICHEL – Male, 20’s – 30’s. Any Ethnicity. A feisty, passionate peasant determined to make a change for the starving class. Impetuous. A firebrand, but lacks authority and isn’t taken seriously as a revolutionary. Has a crush on Gabrielle, though their courtship is forbidden because they are from different social classes. Must have great comic timing. Traditional musical theatre voice. Must understand musical phrasing and have an attractive, compelling sound.

GABRIELLE – Female, 20’s – 30’s. Any Ethnicity. Ella’s stepsister and daughter of Madame. Encouraged by her mother and sister to value material wealth and social status, she unenthusiastically joins them in their abrasive behavior. Quietly passionate, empathetic and witty, she is drawn to Ella and Jean-Michel. Ironically aware that she doesn’t fit in. Must have great comic timing. Strong and expressive traditional musical theatre voice.

CHARLOTTE – Female, 30’s. Any Ethnicity. Ella’s stepsister and daughter of Madame. Brash, self- centered, materialistic, snooty, loud, sassy and bratty, she has a ridiculously high – but unfounded – opinion of herself. She never passes up an opportunity to be the center of attention. Must have great comic timing. Strong and expressive traditional musical theatre character belt to F.


Book by: Bob Martin and Don McKellar
Music & Lyrics by: Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison
Rehearsal: On or about December 28, 2020
Opening: January 14, 2021
Closing: February 7, 2021

MAN IN CHAIR – Male, 30-50. Any Ethnicity. Musical theatre aficionado who mourns the end of the Golden Era. He is essentially a neurotic shut-in. He narrates the show as he listens to the record on vinyl. Vocal Range: Baritone.

JANET VAN DE GRAFF – Female, 20-30. Any Ethnicity. Part of Feldzieg’s Follies who is retiring from show business to marry Robert Martin. She is the classic 1920’s starlet and ingénue. Strong dance with special skills (gymnastics, acrobatics, juggling, etc.) a plus. Vocal range: mezzo

ROBERT MARTIN – Male, 20-30. Any Ethnicity. The groom who is in love with Janet Van de Graff. He is the classic 1920’s leading man: charming, handsome, and a matinee idol. He is cheesy, cheerful, and optimistic. Must be able to tap dance and roller skate. Vocal range: tenor

THE DROWSY CHAPERONE – Female, 40-50. Any Ethnicity. Janet’s alcoholic confidante. This role is played as The Grand Dame of the Theater: an aging diva that will steal every scene and skillfully chew the scenery. A big comedic role. Vocal range: alto

ADOLPHO – Male, 40’s. Latin Lothario. An over-confident buffoon that specializes in over-acting. Fake Spanish accent and excellent comic timing required. Vocal range: baritenor

MRS. TOTTENDALE – Female, 45-60. Any Ethnicity. The wealthy host of the wedding. She is dizzy and forgetful, but always charming. She is oblivious to the mayhem that surrounds her in the show. Vocal range: alto

UNDERLING – Male, 30-60. Any Ethnicity. Mrs. Tottendale’s butler and manservant. He is a classic English butler with a long face and even longer patience. He delivers punchlines with a dry humor and sarcasm. Vocal range: baritenor

MR. FELDZIEG – Male, 30-50. Any Ethnicity. Broadway producer who wants to stop the wedding and get Janet back in show business. He is an insensitive blowhard and a nervous wreck. Vocal range: baritone

KITTY – Female, 30’s. Any Ethnicity. 1920’s blonde chorine. She is the traveling companion of Mr. Feldzieg and is trying to get the role of leading lady in his show. Nasal and annoying, but not mean. She is a friendlier version of Lena Lamont from Singin’ in the Rain. Vocal range: mezzo or soprano

GEORGE – Male, 20-40. Any Ethnicity. The Best Man. He is loyal, sincere, and nervous. He is a good friend to Robert and works hard to keep the wedding from being derailed. Must be able to tap. Vocal range: tenor (to Bb)

GANGSTERS 1 & 2 – Male, 20-40. Any Ethnicity. Two happy-go-lucky gangsters who are posing as pastry chefs. They are stereotypical Broadway gangsters, with complicated wordplay in classic New York accents. Good comic timing and dancing skills required. Vocal range: baritone

TRIX, THE AVIATRIX – Female, 25-50. Any Ethnicity. A confident female aviator. She is a strong and confident woman living a life of adventure. May double in the ensemble. Vocal range: mezzo


Book by: Ken Ludwig
Music by: George Gershwin
Lyrics by: Ira Gershwin
Rehearsal: On or about February 15, 2021
Opening: March 4, 2021
Closing: March 28, 2021

BOBBY CHILD – Male, 25-35; Any Ethnicity. Baritone/Leading Man. A New Yorker in love with musical theatre, but forced to work in a bank by his controlling mother. Engaged to Irene for years, but doesn’t want to marry her. Escapes to Deadrock to escape it all and meets Polly. Falls in love, decides to put on a show to pay off her father’s theatre mortgage. Disguises himself as Bella Zangler. Must be a strong singer/dancer “Fred Astaire” type.

POLLY BAKER – Female, mezzo, 20-30. Any Ethnicity. Polly is the only female living in Deadrock where she is the “All American Girl.” The men adore her and Lank is always asking her to marry him. She falls for Bobby, disguised as Bella Zangler. Must be a strong tapper, soft shoe and ballroom with a strong voice.

LOTTIE CHILD – Female, Non-Singing, 45-60. Any Ethnicity. Lottie is Bobby’s business orientated and controlling mother who gives him an allowance. She wants him to forego his ideas of being in musical theatre and make a career in the bank . She is a very bossy and overbearing woman.

IRENE ROTH – Female, mezzo, 25-33. Any Ethnicity. Bobby’s domineering fiancée engaged to him for 5 years. Irene follows him to Deadrock and finally accepts the fact that Bobby won’t marry her because he loves Polly. Then Irene falls madly for Lank Hawkins. She needs to move well.

BELLA ZANGLER – Male, baritone, 35-55. Any Ethnicity. Zangler is an established New York musical producer and theatre owner with a Hungarian accent. He follows Tess, his dance director, to Deadrock despite being already married. Zangler enjoys a very funny drunk scene and duet with Bobby so needs to be a good character actor.

LANK HAWKINS – Male, 30-45. Any Ethnicity. Owner of the Deadrock Saloon. Lank wants to buy the Deadrock theatre from Polly’s father and has some very funny lines of dialogue. He wants Polly to marry him until Irene throws herself in his direction.

TESS – Female follies dance director, 22-32. Any Ethnicity. She is pursued by Zangler even though he is married. Tess sings and dances with the other follies girls so must be a good tapper.

PATSY – Female follies girl, 18-32, “Dumb” blonde role. Any Ethnicity. Patsy has a high pitched speaking role and sings and dances with the other follies girls. Also needs to be a good tapper.

EVERETT BAKER – Male, Polly’s Father, 48-60. Any Ethnicity. Everett is always reminiscing about Fulton Theatre and Maltz Jupiter Theatre 2020-21 – NYC EPA Page 4 of 13

how lovely Polly’s mother was when she performed in the Gaiety Theatre, Deadrock. Finally, he falls instantly in love with Lottie Child when she arrives in Deadrock.

EUGENE FODOR – Male baritone, 40-55. Any Ethnicity. An English tourist who with his sister is writing a guide book to the American West. He needs to be able to dance. . .

PATRICIA FODOR – Female, 32-50. Any Ethnicity. Eugene’s English sister and fellow tourist. Also needs to be able to dance.

MOOSE / MINGO / SAM – Male, 18-35. Any Ethnicity. All have small dialogue and form the Cowboy Trio who have solo pieces and sing with the male chorus. Ideally need to be tappers and dancers to partner the follies girls.

HARRY / PETE / CUSTUS / JIMMY / BILLY / WYATT / JUNIOR – Male, 18-35. Any Ethnicity. Harry is the bartender, Billy, Wyatt and Junior are the card players. All these men have lines of dialogue and need to be tappers and dancers to partner the follies girls. All these men involved in staged gun fights for the tourists.


Book by: Terrence McNally
Music by: Stephen Flaherty
Lyrics by: Lynn Ahrens
Rehearsal: On or about April 5, 2021
Opening: April 22, 2021
Closing: May 16, 2021

COALHOUSE WALKER, JR – Male, 25-35. African-American. Baritone with strong top range (Ab-G, with a sustained high F#). Intense dance; pianist; proud, confident, and stubborn. A man filled with dreams who has worked extremely hard to establish himself as a man of sophistication and intelligence. He cuts an imposing figure, and can have a bit of an intimidating look, which makes quite an impression when coupled with his extremely strong sense of pride. Needs to be a compelling and nuanced actor of great power, with loads of charisma, and a strong singer

SARAH – Female, 18-27. lyric soprano (low G#-high F# on staff). African-American. Sarah is a resourceful and strong-willed young woman. She works extremely hard to raise her young baby alone, before ultimately, after much resistance, falling deeply in love with the baby’s father, Coalhouse. She is a passionate and principled young woman, filled with hope. Must be a strong and soulful singer.

MOTHER – Female, 30+, lyric soprano; range: low G-high Eb on staff). White / European Descent. A refined, graceful, and elegant upper-class wife of privilege. Yet, she yearns to find her own voice. an “accidental feminist.” She is a woman of principle, deep kindness, empathy, and strong moral fiber, who is put in a set of circumstances in which she sees people in need, and finds a way to be defiant and brave even though she has never been those things before. Must be a strong actor and singer with a lyrical voice that has the capacity to belt.

FATHER – Male, 30 – 40+, baritone; range: B-E on staff. White / European Descent. A wealthy, financially successful businessman, who likes being the provider for his family and harbors very conservative ideas about family and gender roles and propriety, in general. He is an attractive man who strikes a commanding presence. Father struggles to maintain his status in a changing world, holding onto a version of the world order that no longer exists. Should be a strong singer and actor.

YOUNGER BROTHER – Male, 20 +, tenor/baritone with strong top range B-high F#. White / European Descent. Young man of privilege, Younger Brother searches for his purpose throughout Ragtime, but usually latches onto something briefly, only to become disenchanted of it a moment later. He is obsessed with Evelyn Nesbit, and heartbroken that she ignores him. He is boyish and erratic, and though he has gifts, he has not yet figured out how to share them. He is desperate to make a difference.

TATEH – Male, 30 +, tenor; range Db-high F#. Any ethnicity. Tateh is a newly arrived Jewish immigrant from Latvia. He has left everything, including most of his family, behind in the old country and come to the United States with his young daughter to seek a new life. A strong and charismatic actor of depth and empathy, with a strong singing voice.

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON – Male, 45+, baritone (“speak sung” lyrics). Black / African Descent. An historical figure, who was a leader in the African-American community during his day. An educator, author, orator, and advisor to multiple Presidents, Booker T. Washington had no patience for African- Americans leading less than exemplary lives. Washington is an articulate figure, who shares many similarities with Coalhouse, but experiences a very different lot in life. Washington is polished, educated, passionate, and eloquent. A strong and imposing figure with a resonant speaking and singing voice.

YOUNG BOY – Male, 8-12, juvenile voice; range: E-Db on staff. White / European Descent. The Little Boy is Mother and Father’s son, and serves as a narrator throughout much of the show. He is a naive but perceptive voice, experiencing the changing world around him.

EMMA GOLDMAN – Female, 40+, alto, range low G#-Db on staff. Any ethnicity. An historical figure. Jewish-Russian immigrant to the United States who was a passionate social activist and a strong leader of the union movement. She wrote extremely powerful poetry and was an articulate voice for immigrants of her generation.

HARRY HOUDINI – Male 30+, tenor; range mid. C to high G. Any ethnicity. An historical figure. Houdini was a Hungarian immigrant to the United States who achieved fame and some fortune as a magician. He became known the world over for his amazing magical feats, specifically as a master escape artist. There are a number of moments throughout the show where he manages to escape near-death situations.

EVELYN NESBIT – Female, 18-25, belter/soprano, range middle C-Db on staff. Any ethnicity. An historical figure. She was a young, vivacious, iconically beautiful vaudevillian who was a sex symbol – especially once she became known for having an affair with a high-profile lover. flirtatious, sexy, charming and always extremely aware of her position in the public eye. Should be a strong singer and dancer. Known for her beauty. A trendsetter.

LITTLE GIRL – Female, 8-12, juvenile voice, range E-Db on the staff. Any ethnicity. Tateh’s bright, but often quiet, daughter. She has traveled with her father from Latvia to the United States, a long and harrowing journey away from her family and all she has known. Little Girl is reserved and speaks little – a cautious participant in a world she has already seen is full of pain and struggle. She loves her father very much, and is in awe of the changing landscape before her.

SARAH’S FRIEND – Female, 18-30, alto range. Black / African Descent. Sarah’s friend sings a soulful solo in “Till We Reach That Day,” at Sarah’s funeral.

GRANDFATHER – Male, 55+, some “speak sung” lyrics, baritone. White / European Descent. Grandfather is Mother’s father. He is a conservative thinker and very unhappy to be retired and thus, in his mind, useless. He used to work as a professor, and does not let people forget it. He is irritable and crotchety about pretty much everything, regardless of the circumstance.

HENRY FORD – Male, 30-45, some “speak sung” lyrics, baritone. White / European Descent. An historical figure. He was an extremely successful businessman, and the founder of Ford Motor Company. Ford is portrayed as a cocky but compelling innovator, whose process for manufacturing leads to the rapid rise of a new class of American Citizens. He is deeply passionate about business, and is a man of charisma who creates a frenzy of energy around him.

JP MORGAN – Male, 45+, some “speak sung” lyrics, baritone. White / European Descent. An historical figure. He was a shrewd and extraordinarily successful businessman – so successful that his personal estate in New York resembles the palaces of royalty in Europe. a pompous and somewhat callous figure, who is impervious to the plight of the common American.

LITTLE COALHOUSE – Male, 5-10. walk-on at end of show; no spoken lines or singing.


Book, Music and Lyrics by: Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey
Rehearsal: On or about May 17, 2021
Opening: June 3, 2021
Closing: July 11, 2021

DANNY ZUKO – Male, Must be able to play an older teenager, 16+. Any ethnicity. Tenor, High B Good Falsetto to High Db (optional). The leader of the “T-Birds”. Well built, good looking, with an air of cool, easy going charm. Strong and confident. Must have a strong falsetto, and be a very good dancer.

KENICKIE – Male, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+). Any ethnicity. Tenor, D – F#, Second-in-command of the “T-Birds”. Tough looking, tattooed, surly, avoids any show of softness. Has an off-beat sense of humor. Should have a strong voice and at least some dance skill.

SANDY DUMBROWSKI – Female, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+). Any ethnicity. Soprano with belt (A – D). Danny’s love interest. Sweet, wholesome, naïve, cute, like Sandra Dee of the ‘Gidget’ movies. However, must be able to play sassy and sultry after her transformation.

BETTY RIZZO – Female, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+), Alto belt (C5 – A3), Any ethnicity. Leader of the “Pink Ladies”. She is tough, sarcastic and outspoken, but vulnerable during a pregnancy scare. Italian, with unconventional good looks. Should have a powerhouse belt.

FRENCHY – Female, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+), Any ethnicity. Alto (D5 – A3), A dreamer. Good natured, but a little dumb. Heavily made-up, fussy about her appearance – particularly her hair. She can’t wait to finish high school so she can be a beautician.

MARTY – Female, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+), Any ethnicity. Alto belt (C5 –C4/middle C), The ‘beauty’ of the Pink Ladies. Pretty, looks older than the other girls, but betrays her real age when she opens her mouth. Tries to act sophisticated.

SONNY LATIERRI – Male, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+), Any ethnicity. Baritone (A4-G2), A wannabe tough guy who thinks he’s a real lady killer.

JAN – Female, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+), Any ethnicity. Alto (C5-A3), Mover, Energetic, bubbly, and eating all the time! Loud and pushy with the girls, but shy with the boys.

DOODY – Male, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+), Any ethnicity. Tenor (D – G) Good Falsetto to High Eb (optional), Youngest of the guys. Small, boyish, open, with a disarming smile and a hero-worshipping attitude toward the other guys. Plays guitar (optional)

ROGER – Male, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+), Any ethnicity. Tenor (F – G), The ‘anything for a laugh’ stocky type. Full of mischief, half-baked schemes and ideas. A clown who enjoys putting other people on.

EUGENE – Male, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+), Any ethnicity. The class valedictorian. Physically awkward, with weak eyes and a high pitched voice. A nerdy apple polisher, smug and pompous but gullible.

VINCE FONTAINE – Male, Non-Singing Adult, a little over the hill. Any ethnicity. A typical ‘teen audience’ radio disc jockey. Slick, egotistical, fast-talking. A veteran ‘greaser’. Must be able to convincingly play an adult (25+)

CHA-CHA DIGREGORIO – Female, Non singing Excellent dancer. Any ethnicity. Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+), Kenickie’s blind date, who dances the Hand Jive with Danny. Sexy, fiesty and overly confident. Is, and takes pride in being ‘the best dancer at St Bernadette’s

PATTY SIMCOX – Female, Must be able to convincingly play an older teenager (16+), Any ethnicity. Alto, A typical all American cheerleader. Attractive and athletic. Aggressive, sure of herself, given to burst of disconcerting enthusiasm. Catty. Cheerleading / Baton Swirling a plus.

MISS LYNCH – Female, Adult 40+, Any ethnicity. The Rydell High School Head Mistress. Strict, demanding teacher, who would like to consider herself ‘hip’, but she definitely isn’t.

BLANCHE – Female, Any ethnicity. Adult, Miss Lynch’s faithful secretary. Miss Lynch considers her more like a servant. very high pitched.

TEEN ANGEL – Male, Any ethnicity. Must be able to convincingly play a ‘celebrity’ (25+), (E –B Good Falsetto to E), A good looking, falsetto voiced crooner. A singer who would have caused the girls (and women) to scream and riot back in 1958.

Ellen Arnold Groff Tell Studio Series (LORT D)

By: Lucas Hnath
Rehearsal: On or about September 21, 2020
Opening: October 8, 2020
Closing: October 25, 2020

HILLARY – Female, Caucasian. 60-70. A Woman running for President of the United States.

BILL – Male, Caucasian. 65-75. A Man who was once President of the United States, married to Hillary.

MARK – Male, Caucasian. 45-50. A Political Strategist.

BARRACK (THE OTHER GUY) – Male, African-American. 55-60. A Man who is also running for President of the United States.

By: John Reeger
Rehearsal: On or about January 11, 2021
Opening: January 28, 2021
Closing: February 14, 2021

A new work. Based on actual events, Changing Channels is set backstage at the DuMont Television Network in New York City in 1952. A live telecast of the hit variety program “Your Show of Stars”. An anti-Communist organization Counterattack has notified CBS that its female star (Maggie) and her husband (Peter Bell) are listed in “Red Channels,” a booklet noting 151 radio and television artists cited for participating in “subversive activities.” The matter is further complicated when Eddie and Maggie are given a loyalty oath to sign — a list of questions which all CBS employees must answer. Maggie hesitates. In this Cold War atmosphere of suspicion, Maggie must decide whether to forgo her principles to save her career or face the consequences of being blacklisted.

MAGGIE CARLIN – 30’s, an actress, any ethnicity.

PETER BELL – 30’S, her husband, any ethnicity.

EDDIE GILROY – 30’S, host of Your Show of Stars television program, any ethnicity.

BULLETS BLOOMQUIST – 30’S, his manager, any ethnicity.

KENNY HENDERSON – 18, a studio assistant, any ethnicity.


By: Lynn Nottage
Rehearsal: On or about March 1, 2021
Opening: March 18, 2021
Closing: April 3, 2021

JESSIE – Female, 40-49. White / European Descent. A steel worker; former hippie, with a warm disposition and easy access to her humor; drowns her sorrows in booze; a sloppy drunk whose anger and disappointment with the cards she’s been dealt, bubble up when she drinks.

CYNTHIA – Female, 40-49. African-American. Cynthia has been working at the plant as long as Tracey. She is ambitious and applies for the promotion that moves her up to a managerial position. This puts Cynthia in a difficult spot when management wants to cut wages and Cynthia finds herself against her friends.

TRACEY – Female, 40-49. White / European Descent. She is of German descent. She has been working at the plant for over twenty years, following her father and grandfather. She is opinionated and proud of the work her family has done. She is best friends with Cynthia, until she feels betrayed by Cynthia. She claims to not care about race but sometimes makes racially insensitive comments.

JASON – Male, 20-29. White / European Descent. Jason is Tracey’s son. He is outgoing and teases his best friend, Chris. His anger at losing his job at the factory causes him to get into a fight with violent consequences. In jail, Jason becomes a white supremacist.

CHRIS – Male, 20-29. African-American. Chris is Cynthia’s son. He works at the factory but has aspirations to go to college. He is saving up money for school when the strike happens, and he becomes involved in the fight with Jason.

BRUCIE – Male, 50’s. African-American. Brucie is Chris’s father and Cynthia’s estranged husband. He has fallen on hard times and becomes involved with drugs, although he starts a rehab program. We see glimpses of the sexy, smooth, charismatic man that he used to be but it doesn’t hold and in the play, he never recovers.

STAN – Male, 50’s. White / European Descent, Stan is a former steel worker who became a bartender after getting injured at the plant. He is white, in his fifties, and friendly. Stan tries to break up the fight between Jason and Oscar, but unfortunately, he ends up with a brain injury.

OSCAR – Male, 30’s. Oscar is a Colombian-American busboy. Always considered an outsider and not afforded many job opportunities, he crosses the picket line when the plant offers more than what he makes at the bar. This causes a fight with Jason. By 2008, he becomes the manager of the bar and takes care of Stan.

EVAN – Male, 50-60. Evan is the parole officer of both Jason and Chris. He is described as ‘comfortably puffy’. He is a character we respect because he seems to be the only one in the lives of Chris and Jason that is trying to help them move on from the mess they’ve created.


Book by: Terrence McNally
Music by: John Kander
Lyrics by: Fred Ebb
Rehearsal: On or about April 26, 2021
Opening: May 13, 2021
Closing: May 30, 2021

AURORA / SPIDER WOMAN – Female, 40-50. Any ethnicity. Aurora is a character from the movies,
conjured up by Molina to help him cope with the cruelty and hopelessness of prison life. She appears as many characters in vibrant song and dance numbers but terrifies Molina when she appears as the vampy Spider Woman, a diva who can kill men with just a kiss. Strong singer and dancer.

MOLINA – Male, 25-35. A Caucasian male. He is flamboyantly gay and lives in a fantasy world of cinema to drown out the sounds of torture and cruelty around him. His favorite escape is Aurora, a film star with many characters, but most notably the Spider Woman, the only persona Molina fears as she can kill men with her kiss. Strong Tenor.

VALENTIN – Male, 25-35. Marxist revolutionary, Hispanic male, imprisoned for his political stances, and undergoing torture. Strong baritone with high range.

WARDEN – Male, 35-55. Any ethnicity. A weathered and devious man, who is both charming and cruel, and hates everything both of the men (Valentin & Molina) stand for and will do anything to break them.

MOLINA’S MOTHER – Female, 45-60. White / European Descent. The most caring, accepting and maternal figure in this story, she loves her son and would do anything to see him happy. Mezzo- Soprano.

MARTA – Female, 21-32. Any ethnicity. Valentin’s girlfriend from home. Comes to comfort him in his mind. Alto.

GABRIEL – Male, 20-40. Any ethnicity. A straight man (with a wife and children) that Molina loves madly, from Molina’s hometown. Tenor.

Stage Management Information:

All SM positions have been filled. However, SMs are welcome to submit for future consideration to:
Tim Marcus – PSM
Future SM employment only
12 N. Prince Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

Maltz Jupiter Theatre
1001 E Indiantown Rd., Jupiter, FL 33477
LORT B+; $1064/week

Artistic Director : Andrew Kato
Casting Director: Bob Cline – only one present at the EPA

Maltz Jupiter Theatre 2020-21 Season

I Hate Hamlet
by Paul Rudnick
Dir. Bill Fennelly
First rehearsal: October 6, 2020
First preview: October 25, 2020
Opening: October 29, 2020
Closing: November 8, 2020

All roles available

Felicia Dantine: (late 30’s to 50’s) A tall imposing woman. She is a real estate agent with an almost carnal passion for Manhattan apartments. She speaks with a hoarse buoyant voice and a hint of Queens nasality – a jubilant New York honk.

Andrew Rally: (late 20’s to 30’s) An actor in his late twenties or early thirties. He is handsome and charming. He possesses the polished easy air of a television star. Andrew could easily glide through life wafting on a cloud of good looks and affability. He is more than accustomed to being the center of attention. He possesses a potent charm. Yet, under this charming exterior is the tender heart of an artist and man who longs for approval and yearns to be loved. Actor must be able to move well, stage combat and single sword experience a plus.

Deirdre McDavey: (late 20’s but looks much younger) She is twenty-nine years old but looks much younger. She is Andrew’s girlfriend. She is a Valley Girl imagining herself as a Bronte heroine. Deirdre must be played with a delicious comic fervor. She is a wild romantic but never a ninny. She is always on the verge of a swoon; and while she enjoys a whole-hearted swoon every few seconds she is delightfully resilient. To her life is a miracle a minute. She is a beacon of breathless wonder with a soul full of romantic enthusiasm.

Lillian Troy: (70’s) A striking silver-haired woman in her seventies. A picture of elegance who smokes unfiltered Camel cigarettes. She speaks with a regal German accent. She has a
no-nonsense manner combined with a wicked sense of humor – she delights at any sort of hijinks. She is Andrew’s agent. Her tough exterior is a cover for deep romantic passions.

John Barrymore: (50’s to 60) He is phenomenally sexual and dashing, the very image of a sly romantic hero. He possesses a witty and rakish charm combined with a wicked bounding glee, and not an ounce of pedantry. Actor must be able to move well, stage combat and single sword experience a plus.

Gary Peter Lefkowitz: (30’s to early 40’s) He personifies L.A. “shaggy-chic.” A happy overgrown child, an oddly appealing creature of pure appetite. Reality is of very little consequence to him; the deal is all. He is crass and calculating, he is never stupid. He possesses a shameless exuberance. He loves his life. He is at once appalling and irresistible. He is unafraid to speak our dirty secrets about the often too present tedium of high art.


Sweet Charity
Book by Neil Simon
Music by Cy Coleman
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Dir. Marcos Santana
Chor. Al Blackstone
First rehearsal: November 10, 2020
First preview: December 1, 2020
Opening: December 3, 2020
Closing: December 20, 2020

All roles available

Charity (vocal range: E3-C#5)
Oscar (vocal range: B2-Gb4)
Nickie (vocal range: F3-C#5)
Helene (vocal range: F3-C#5¬) Vittorio

Herman (vocal range: E3-B4)
Female Ensemble (Ursula and Fandango Girls)
Male Ensemble (Daddy, Assistants and Fandango Patrons)


Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Book by Jeffrey Lane
Music and Lyrics by David Yazbek
Dir/Chor. Mark Martino
First rehearsal: December 22, 2020
First preview: January 12, 2021
Opening: January 14, 2021
Closing: January 31, 2021

All roles available

LAWRENCE JAMESON: (late 40’s-50) The French Riviera’s classiest con man…
stylish, British, and hugely successful. Able to charm the jewelry (not to mention the gowns) off of the world’s wealthiest women by “giving them what they want”. Seeking an incredibly charismatic leading man who has it all: classic good looks, gorgeous voice, graceful dance skills, and the acting and comic chops to go from impeccably suave to outrageously silly and keep us charmed the entire time. elegant, erudite,

FREDDY BENSON: (early 30’s) the attractive American interloper who crashes Jameson’s heretofore private party. Nakedly ambitious, aggressively loud, hilariously crude, small time con man who relies on street smarts and sob stories to make his pitch. Seeking a fearlessly funny young leading man who can pull out all the stops: sing a power ballad, rap like a white boy, pull off outrageous characters and physical comedy… and still endear himself to us.

ANDRE THIBAULT: (40’s) wry, sophisticated, opinionated, “oh-so French” chief of police. Andre is Lawrence’s right hand man and voice of reason…practical and unflappable until love unexpectedly comes his way. Seeking a comic singing actor with flair and panache, who is also a surprisingly tender song and dance man.

MURIEL EUBANKS: (early 40’s) an extremely wealthy, attractive American …quirky, funny, gullible, and utterly sincere as she willingly succumbs to the thrilling charm of Jameson and later to a surprising and touching romance with Andre. Seeking a glamorous comic leading lady with amazing vocal stylings who dances with style and grace.

CHRISTINE COLGATE: (late 20’s-early 30’s) “The American Soap Queen” – the clumsily exuberant, ingratiatingly excited, seemingly innocent heiress from Ohio who becomes the intended victim of Jameson and Freddy’s con. Christine is however far more than she seems…as she surprises the guys (and the audience) by revealing herself to be the legendary con “man” – The Jackel. Seeking a compelling comic actress with amazing vocal chops…able to convince us she’s an innocent abroad falling hard for a guy in a wheelchair-and then able to provide a totally delightful shock as she reveals she’s been turning the wheels all along!

JOLENE OAKES: (early 30’s) “The Princess of Petroleum” – the luridly wealthy, frequently married, deliciously vulgar Oklahoma oil heiress. Seeking a true triple threat comic actress – an amazing dancer who belts out a song with guts and gusto and has the comic chops to make Jolene as funny as she is obnoxious.


Good People
by David Lindsay-Abaire
Dir. J Barry Lewis
First rehearsal: January 26, 2021
First preview: February 14, 2021
Opening: February 18, 2021
Closing: February 28, 2021

all roles available








Sunset Boulevard
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Book and Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Based on the Billy Wilder film
Dir/Chor. Marcia Milgrom Dodge
First rehearsal: February 16, 2021
First preview: March 9, 2021
Opening: Thursday, March 11, 2021
Closing: Sunday, March 28, 2021

All roles available

Norma Desmond: 50s, a faded, eccentric, former silent screen star

Joe Gillis: 30s, a struggling, young screenwriter

Betty Schaefer: 20s, clean-cut, bright; a budding writer and Joe’s love interest

Max von Mayerling: 60s, Norma’s first husband and butler, “mittleuropaisch” accent Cecil B.

DeMille: 60s, the famous director

Artie Green: 20s, fresh faced assistant director; Betty’s fiancée


Stage Management Info

All SM positions are full for the season. SMs are welcome to submit for future consideration to: Bob Cline, c/o Maltz Jupiter Future SM Employment, 2214 Frederick Douglass Blvd, Suite 217, New York, NY 10026



Audition Information


Pearl Studios NYC (519)
519 8th Ave
12th Fl
New York, NY 10018

Upon arrival check lobby for any changes.

Monday, March 2, 2020
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Lunch 1 to 2


Please bring a picture and resume. Prepare EITHER
1) a brief song in the style of the show(s) you are interested in; OR
2) a brief monologue in the style of the show(s) you are interested in; OR
3) a brief monologue and brief song.
TOTAL AUDITION TIME NOT TO EXCEED 2 MINUTES. You may sing/perform from the shows in the season.

Minors must be accompanied by an adult