The Full Monty – Fort Worth EPA/ECC Singers (03.21.20) / Cancelled 03.17.20
Casa Manana, Inc.
Fort Worth, TX
Call Type: EPA
Minimum – $733/wk
Wally Jones, Executive Producer
Parker Esse, Director/Choreographer
Edward G. Robinson, Music Director
Merrill West, Assistant Choreographer
Rehearsals begin on/around May 18, 2020. Performances are May 30-June 7, 2020 at Casa Manana Theatre in Fort Worth, Texas. These are local Fort Worth auditions. No Submissions being accepted at this time please.
No submissions at this time please.
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 auditions.
Singers and actors who move well.
Jerry Lukowski – An unemployed mill worker, fighting to maintain his pride and the custody of his only son. All-American jock and the definitive man’s man. Spontaneous. Very prideful. Male. Age 30-40. Vocal range C4-D6.
Pam Lukowski – Jerry’s estranged wife and high school sweetheart. She wants what is best for her son. Strong business woman, but also compassionate and motherly. Female. Age 25-35. Vocal range B3-A5.
Dave Bukatinsky – Jerry’s best friend and fellow unemployed mill worker. Very much a man’s man, but more of a follower than leader. The definitive sidekick. Prideful. Self-conscious about his size. Male. Age 30-40. Vocal range C4-E6.
Georgie Bukatinsky – Dave’s wife. She loves her husband, and worries about him. Loud, outgoing and brash. She is the “leader” of her group of girlfriends. Female. Age 30 to 40. Vocal range G3-A5.
Harold Nichols – An unemployed supervisor at the mill. Hot Metal’s choreographer. Thinks his worth comes from providing for his wife, so he hides his unemployment from her. Male. Age 35-45. Vocal range B3-A5.
Vicki Nichols – Harold’s wife. She enjoys the finer things in life. Loves her husband more than anything, and supports him no matter what. Female. Age 30-40. Vocal range G3-A5.
Malcolm Macgregor – An unemployed mill worker. Lives at home with his mother. Depressed, suicidal, awkward, and feeble. Pigeon-chested. Finds comfort in Ethan. Male. Age 25-35. Vocal range C4-E6.
Ethan Girard – An unemployed mill worker. Lonely. Has a blind determination and confidence to succeed. Finds company with Malcolm. Male. Age 25-35. Vocal range D3-A5.
Noah “horse” T. Simmons – A retired mill worker. Embarrassed about being an “average sized” Black man. Despite being old and slow when walking, he still has explosive dance moves. Frequently grumpy. Male. Age 50-60. Vocal range F2-B5.
Jeanette Burmeister – A piano player of indeterminate years and show-business pro. Sassy, quick-witted, and larger than life. Has slowed down in recent years. Female. Age 65-75. Vocal range B5-F4.
Nathan Lukowski – (Male, early teens) Jerry and Pam’s kind and caring son. Trying hard to bridge the gap between his parents.
By Appointment only. Go to casamanana.org to sign up
3101 W Lancaster Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76107-3042
Studio B in Casa Studios, directly behind theatre
WHEN / Cancelled 03.17.20
Saturday, March 21, 2020
11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Lunch: 2:00PM – 3:00PM
WHAT TO PREPARE
Please prepare 16-32 bars of song in the style of the show. Please bring sheet music in a binder. Accompanist will be provided. Bring headshot and resume stapled back-to-back to check-in
Minors must be accompanied by an adult