I Do I Do - Already cast
Ken Ludwig's A Comedy of Tenors - Comedy
One hotel suite, four tenors, two wives, three girlfriends, and a soccer stadium filled with screaming fans. What could possibly go wrong? It’s 1930s Paris and the stage is set for the concert of the century – as long as producer Henry Saunders can keep Italian superstar Tito Merelli and his hot-blooded wife, Maira, from causing runaway chaos. Prepare for an uproarious ride, full of mistaken identities, bedroom hijinks, and madcap delight.
Saunders - Male - mid 40's to late 50's - any ethnicity. High-strung American producer; he's had success but worked very hard for it and it shows.
Maria - female, early early 40's to mid 50's, Stunning wife to one of Italy's most famous opera singers; big personality, explosive temper. Italian accent.
Tito/Beppo - male, 30's to 50's, Tito is one of Italy's most famous opera singers; regal in appearance, fiery in nature; has a bit of a diva complex and is a horribly jealous person. Italian accent. The same actor plays Beppo, a bellhop--joyous and full of life, as down to earth as Tito is regal. Strong tenor.
Mimi - female, 20s, Italian-American. Bright-eyed star hoping to be discovered; she is the daughter of Tito and Maria and, while they still think of her as their little girl, she is definitely coming into her own. American accent.
Carlo - male, 20s, Italian. Dashing, young opera impresario who is in love with Mimi but seen as a threat to her father's career; speaks English very well. No detectable Italian accent and must be a strong tenor.
Racon - female, Early 40's to mid 50's, Russian. Famous Russian opera singer, former lover to Tito, a very intense and passionate woman. Russian accent; must also sing well.
SHOUT! The Mod Musical
It tracks five groovy gals coming of age during the liberating days when London was swingin' and songbirds like Lulu, Petula Clark and Dusty Springfield topped the charts. "Shout!" uses letters to an advice columnist, true confessions, quizzes and advertisements as its framework, with new arrangements of such chart-topping hits as "To Sir With Love," "Downtown," "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me," "Son of a Preacher Man" and "Goldfinger." It's a fun-filled blend of hip-swiveling hits, colorful fashions and psychedelic dances that inspired "The New York Times" to call it "a bright vinyl time capsule."
Blue Girl - 20 - mid 30's - blue-blooded fashion model, sophisticated, poised, and cool., vain and not particularly friendly.
Range: F3 - F5
Green Girl - 30 to 40 - a good-time girl, blousy, middle-class, and zany, a bit frayed at the edges, and hopelessly single, a comedian of sorts. Range: F3 - F5
Orange Girl - 30 - 45 - the "mother" of the group, domestic and maternal, she is wise, soulful, and mature, slowly asserting her new-found independence. Range: F3 - B5
Red Girl - 18 - 29 - the "baby" of the group, she is an exciting blend of youthful contradictions, quirky, enthusiastic, and naïve, a hopeless romantic who is insecure about her looks. Range: F3 - G5
Yellow Girl - Already Cast
Women's Magazine Editor - 25 - 60 - clinging to traditional, worn-out views of the woman's place in the world, a non-singing role.
"Not" The Count of Monte Cristo?! - Comedy/Light Musical
Three ragtag actors trying to stage a musical version of The Count of Monte Cristo despite limited sets, funds and costumes provide music hall tomfoolery at its best. All three actors play multiple roles (there can be up to 15 roles in the show). This comedy musical is crammed with ridiculous dialogue, absurd situations and a virtual midway of musical styles. Looking for comedy actors that aren't afraid to get physical.
Man #1 - late teen to 60. Must be able to sing reasonably well.
Man #2 - Same as above
Woman #1 - Same as above
Man of La Mancha - Musical
The chorus is VERY active and plays many supporting roles.
Inspired by Miguel de Cervantes’ seventeenth-century masterpiece Don Quixote, MAN OF LA MANCHA is one of the most successful musicals in Broadway history. Powerful, brutal, hilarious, and heartbreaking, MAN OF LA MANCHA celebrates the perseverance of a dying old man who refuses to relinquish his ideals or his passion. The celebrated score includes “The Impossible Dream,” “I, Don Quixote,” “Dulcinea,” “I Really Like Him,” “Little Bird,” and “To Each His Dulcinea.”
Don Quixote (Cervantes) - Male - 30 - 60 - tall, gaunt, eccentric, charming and charismatic man, Baritone Low B to F.
Sancho Panza - 25 - 50 - Don Quixote’s pragmatic but loyal servant and sidekick, Tenor C to high G.
Aldonza (Dulcinea) - 25 - 50 - wild, lusty woman with a jaded look at life from experience, Soprano low Ab to high Ab.
Innkeeper - 30 - 65 - strong, but kind and sympathetic, Bass low G to C#.
Dr. Sansone Corrasco - Male - 30 - 65 - loves money, power and prestige, Baritone low C to Db.
Padre - 25 - 60 - kindly sympathetic cleric, Tenor F to high G.
Barber - 20 - 60 - comic character, Tenor D to high G.
Antonia - 18 - 35 - Alonso Quijana’s self-centered niece who is about to be married to Dr. Carrasco, Sop. C to high F.
Various and sundry other supporting characters are to be cast (up to 10 more people)
Gaslight (Angel Street) - Thriller
Gaslight tells the story of the Manninghams, who live on Angel Street in 19th century London. All appears to be the essence of Victorian tranquility. It is soon apparent, however, that Mr. Manningham, a suavely handsome man, is slowly driving his gentle, devoted wife, Bella, to the brink of insanity with an insinuating kindness that masks more sinister motives. While he is out, Mrs. Manningham has an unexpected caller: amiable, paternal Inspector Rough from Scotland Yard. Rough is convinced that Mr. Manningham is a homicidal maniac wanted for a murder committed fifteen years earlier in this very house. Gradually, the inspector restores Bella’s confidence in herself and, as the evidence against Manningham unfolds, the author has built and sustained some of the most brilliant, suspenseful sequences in modern theatre.
Jack Manningham - 30 - 60 - Bella's handsome, suave and sinister husband.
Bella Manningham - 30 - 60 - A gentle woman with a haggard appearance who used to be beautiful.
Inspector Roughy - 40 - 60 - A graying, short, amiable and overbearing police detective from Scotland Yard.
Nancy - 18 - 29 - A self-conscious, pretty, cheeky girl
Elizabeth - 40 - 60 - A stout, amiable, subservient woman.
Evil Dead The Musical - Musical
A sellout show for the randall Theatre Company in 2018. A multimedia over-the-top, camp comedy. Project description: "Featuring an undead horde, a hero with a chainsaw for a hand, and a pit called the Splatter Zone where diehard fans are covered in gallons and gallons of fresh warm blood. Endorsed by Bruce Campbell and embraced by Sam Raimi, this is the official live stage show of the cult classic film trilogy."
Ash - 20 -35 - hero and iconic character of the musical, devoted S-Mart housewares employee evolves over the course of the show from a cowardly college student to a wise cracking deadite slayer with his detachable hand chainsaw and 12 gauge "boomstick", must be at least 6' tall, in good shape, and good looking.
Linda - 20 - 35 - the prototypical girl next door, sweet, thoughtful, and completely devoted to Ash, until she turns evil and tries to kill him, laughs an annoyingly inordinate amount of time after transforming.
Cheryl - 20 - 35 - Ash's sister and the odd woman out in the group, looking to spend a week relaxing, she is the recipient of Scotty's jokes and torment, the only one to sense the evil surrounding the cabin, she is the first to be possessed, turning her into an aggressive, foul mouthed demon that speaks in very bad puns, spends the majority of the show locked in the cellar.
Scotty - 20 - 35 - a prankster and Ash's best friend, thinks himself the brave one until he's forced to kill, then his panic leads him to flee, returns to warn Ash about the woods and attempts to help his friend even as he is knocking on death's door.
Shelly - 20 - 35 - beautiful, easy, and not too smart, Scotty's latest fling and looking to party, just because she becomes an evil demon doesn't mean she can't look good doing it.
Annie - 20 - 35 - the overbearing, sexy, explorer who finds missing pages to the Necronomicon and wants to reunite with her father to continue their research, very bossy and drawn to Ash, must be comfortable in a tear away revealing costume.
Ed - 20 - 35 - Annie's coworker, boyfriend, and doormat, travels with her to the cabin to proceed with their research of the book of the dead, after turning evil, his confidence may lack but this "Bit Part Demon" is ready to sing.
Jake - 20 - 50 - country bumpkin at its best.
Moose - any age - Talking, singing moose head puppet hung up on the cabin wall.
A Christmas Story - Play, Comedy
This year, there’s a gift that Ralphie wants more than anything in the world – a Red Ryder 200-Shot Carbine Action Range Model Air Rifle – but his parents don’t seem to think it’s such a good idea. His mother warns him, “You’ll shoot your eye out,” and his father is too busy tinkering with the family’s furnace and evading the dogs from next door to pay much attention. As Christmas draws closer, Ralphie gets increasingly anxious about what surprises (either good or bad) the holiday season will bring.
If we are unable to find child actors for the production, adult actors will be chosen to play children and the play will end up being more of a parody of the movie rather than a version of it. Child/young actors must have on stage acting experience. We’re looking for kids who are confident, who are good storytellers, and who appear to be at ease in the company of adults.
Ralphie Parker - 10 - 13 - The young protagonist. Equal parts dreamer and schemer, Ralphie doesn’t just covet an air rifle, he also knows (or thinks he knows) exactly how to persuade the adults around him that his cause is a righteous one.
Ralph Parker - 30 - 60 - Ralphie’s older, wiser alter ego, functions as the story’s narrator and assumes the roles of the various townspeople who populate the landscape of the play.
Ralphie's Mother - 35 - 50 - a patient parent with firm convictions – in particular, the conviction that her son should not own an air rifle. It takes a lot to ruffle her feathers, but the provocative leg lamp that Ralphie’s father wins in a send-away contest does seem to do the trick.
The Old Man, 40 - 60 - the Parker family’s beleaguered patriarch, is a grumpy, good-hearted father with a penchant for highly original (and to the audience’s ears profanity-free) invective and a deeply held desire to be a winner.
Randy, 8 - 10 - Ralphie's little brother, sure is cute, but getting him to eat his breakfast or don his snowsuit can be a serious headache.
Flick - 10 - 13 - one of Ralphie's friends. He is the unfortunate guinea pig in the infamous frozen-flagpolelicking experiment,. Wise cracking.
Schwartz - 1- - 13 - another of Ralphie's friends. He becomes the scapegoat when Ralphie accidentally utters an unspeakable word.
Scott Farkas - 14 - 20 is the schoolyard bully who routinely torments Ralphie and his friends. He has yellow eyes!
Miss Shields - 30 - 60 is Ralphie’s teacher. She’s also an integral component of his campaign for the perfect Christmas gift.
Esther Jane - 10 - 13 - One of Raplhie's classmates. Has an interest in Raphie.
Helen - 10 -13 - another of Ralphie's friends. Helen is something of a child prodigy
Department Store Santa - 35 - 65 - The "Anti-Santa." Cold, tired of his job. Hates kids.