Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas - Musical Theatre Tour
| Pay: $500/wk. min. for 8 show week for ensemble. $600/wk. min. for principals
Project Description: Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas - Musical Theatre Tour
Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas - Musical Theatre Non-Union US Tour
Producer: Big League Productions Inc.
Executive Producer: Daniel Sher
Creator: Jack O'Brien
Director: Matt August
Choreographer: Bob Richard
Music: Mel Marvin
Original Choreographer: John DeLuca
Casting Director: Alison Franck
Seeking Talent From:
Audition: Mon., 7/15
Callbacks: 7/17, 7/18, 7/19
Rehearsal Date: 10/29
Opening Date: 11/18
Closing Date: 12/22
Location: Rehearsals in NYC; Tour in US
Pay Details: $500/week minimum for 8 show weeks for Ensemble; $600/week minimum for Principals, plus housing and per diem
Posted Date: 6/12/2019 11:49:58 AM
End Date: 7/6/2019
To DirectSubmit to a Role just click the Role Titles below. You can choose the photo that best fit the role and write a cover note. You can also send the Casting Director a Self-taped video audition if required.
Please follow all submission guidelines or you may be blocked by the casting director. Example: Submitting for role descriptions you do not fit. You should always submit as soon as possible for the best chances of getting the audition.
FEMALE ADULT ENSEMBLE
| Female | Any Ethnicity | Age: 20 - 49
| Height: 5´ 6" - 6´ 0" Seeking different types and vivid personalities. The adults are all excellent singers, but the more physically versatile, the better. Height above 5'6" is encouraged to submit. 6' is perfectly acceptable! Will understudy GRANDMA WHO: Loving, has the ear of the children and the patience to calm them. Needs a strong character mezzo singing voice.
MALE ADULT ENSEMBLE
| Male | Any Ethnicity | Age: 20 - 59
| Vocal Range: Bass
| Height: 6´ 0" - 6´ 4" Seeking different types and vivid personalities. The adults are all excellent singers, but the more physically versatile, the better. May understudy THE GRINCH: A beastly, charming curmudgeon. Scary but with a heart underneath. Has the size and presence of a Music Hall superstar with deft athleticism. Needs a strong, booming baritone singing voice with falsetto. May understudy GRANDPA WHO, and also potentially may understudy OLD MAX: A trustworthy, benevolent narrator who is inspired by nostalgia. With his urbane elegance, long-limbed grace, and gently sardonic humor, he actually reminds us of Dr. Seuss. Needs a strong bass-baritone singing voice. Sings "You're a Mean One." ONLY BASSES OR BARITONES SUBMIT HERE! TALL is encouraged over 6' is encouraged. NOTE: An Understudy for all three of these roles has been cast, so please submit even if you do not want to understudy.
U.S. MALE ENSEMBLE/PAPA WHO
| Male | Any Ethnicity | Age: 25 - 45
| Vocal Range: Tenor
| Height: 5´ 10" - 6´ 2" Seeking different types and vivid personalities. The adults are all excellent singers, but the more physically versatile, the better. 5'10" or taller. Will understudy PAPA WHO: the father of the family; the calm eye of the family storm; goodness and benevolence pour out of him; a moral example for the rest of Whoville. Needs a strong high baritone or tenor singing voice.
| Female | Any Ethnicity | Age: 20 - 43
| Height: 5´ 5" - 5´ 10" Quirky, funny, and on the brink of saturation, but still maintaining complete control. Needs a strong, warm mix-soprano singing voice with chest range as well. Over 5'5" tall. Principal.
| Female | Any Ethnicity | Age: 30 - 50 Loving. Has the ear of the children and the patience to calm them. Needs a strong character mezzo singing voice. Principal.
FEMALE ENSEMBLE CROSSOVER ADULT/CHILD
| Female | Any Ethnicity | Age: 21 - 30
| Height: 5´ 1" - 5´ 3" Talent can play children, any ethnicity. Energetic, charismatic, athletic. Need to be experienced dancers who are able to sing well and pick up dance quickly. The more physically versatile and acrobatic, the better. Need strong singing voices of all types. Will also play an adult ensemble in some scenes.
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