Olathe Civic Theatre Association
MUSICAL OF MUSICALS, THE MUSICAL
Music by Eric Rockwell,
Lyrics by Joanne Bogart
Book by Joanne Bogart and Eric Rockwell
Directed by Nino Casisi
Music Directed by Kevin Bogan
Saturday, Nov 8 from 12:00-4:00 pm
At Olathe Civic Theatre
500 E Loula, Olathe KS 66061
EXPECTATION and PREPARATION:
Please prepare up to 32 bars of a song in the
style of one of the following: Rodgers and
Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman,
Andrew Lloyd Webber, or Kander and Ebb to
your vocal range and in your key. Surely, you
sing any initial audition piece, but we would
to hear a song from the composers listed above.
In either case, your audition piece should be
completely memorized and please have a copy for
the accompanist (whom will be provided) with
vocal part highlighted.
No A Cappella singing or music from a device
CD, I-POD, MP3, etc.)
Please, try to be familiar with the concept of
show, the characters and the music from the
the more you are prepared, the better chances
have to get a role.
Possible short dance combo may be taught, so
Headshot/Resume (if available) and a list of
conflicts (including holidays and vacations)
between January 4 and March 1, 2015. No
after February 2 accepted.
Invited Callbacks, Monday November 10, 7:00-
Sunday-Thursday 7-10pm starting January 4,
Weekend rehearsal possible with ample notice.
February 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, March
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm
Sundays at 2:00pm
All performances take place at:
Olathe Civic Theatre Assn
500 E Loula
Olathe, KS 66061
One story becomes five delightful musicals in
homage to some of Broadway's greatest
The timeless tale of the ingenue who can't pay
rent, the evil landlord, the heroic boyfriend
the friendly neighbor woman in the styles of
Rodgers & Hammerstein (Oklahoma, Sound of
Stephen Sondheim (Into the Woods, Company),
Herman (Mame, Hello Dolly), Andrew Lloyd Webber
(Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar) and Kander &
Come and get a taste of five shows ingeniously
rolled into one.
JUNE (the ingenue): Female, late teens-late
sings/acts in the styles of Laurie (Oklahoma)
Julie (Carousel); Amy (Company) and Joanna
(Sweeney Todd); Minnie Fae (Hello, Dolly) and
Agnes (Mame); Eva (Evita); Sally (Cabaret).
ABBY (the matron): Female, late 30's-mid 60's-
sings/acts in the styles of Aunt Eller
& Nettie (Carousel); Joanne (Company); Dolly &
Mame; Norma Desmond (Sunset Blvd); Lotte Lenya
WILLY (the hero): Male 20's-late 30's-
in the styles of Curly (Oklahoma) & Billy
(Carousel); Patrick (Mame); Che (Evita); and
various leading men in Sondheim, & Kander/Ebb
JITTER (the villain): Male late 30's-mid 50's-
doubles as on-stage pianist-sings/acts in
of Jud (Oklahoma); Sweeney; Albin (La Cage aux
Folles); The Phantom; Emcee (Cabaret).
Produced with Special Arrangements with Samuel
French Play Service, Inc., New York, New York
For more information, contact the director Nino
Casisi at firstname.lastname@example.org
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