Auditions for Musical South Pacific

Auditions for Musical South Pacific

More About Auditions for Musical South Pacific

Please call 717-854-5715 or email info@thebelmont.org to schedule your audition. Supply audition date, 6 or 7p.m., your age and phone number. Prepare 16-32 bars of a classical musical theatre song that best shows your range. In addition to singing, you may be asked to read a scene. You will receive the scene at auditions and be given a moment to read it over. You may be asked to perform a short movement piece. Dress comfortably and be prepared to dance. Tech Dancer Candidates should prepare a short ballet piece utilizing your skills.

The final cast will number around 35 cast members. There are three key female roles but enough space for up to 15 ladies. There are nine key male roles but enough space for up to 20 men. In addition, there are two children that will need to sing in French. See the following list for available roles:

ROLES
Note ages are as characters should appear, not actual age.

Ensign Nellie Forbush: Female 19 – 27 Mezzo (a – d’’) A feisty but somewhat naïve young nurse from Arkansas. Something of a tomboy with an optimistic outlook. Some dancing required.

Emile de Becque: Male 40 – 55 Baritone (A – e’) A mature, sophisticated, wealthy French planter. Good French accent required.

Lt. Joseph Cable: Male 22 – 33 Tenor (d – g’) A handsome and intelligent Lieutenant with a bright future in the US Navy.

USMC Luther Billis: Male 20 – 30 Baritone (G – g’) A lovable character who provides his fellow Marines with much needed comic relief. Does not respect authority. Stubborn.

Bloody Mary: Female 30 – 55 Mezzo (g – f’’) A shrewd merchant native to the island, who makes a fortune from the sailors. Full of local character. Mother of Liat. To play Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

Liat: Female/Tech Dancer/Ballet/ age: 14 - 22 Spoken A beautiful Polynesian girl who steals the heart of Joe Cable. Bloody Mary’s daughter

Capt. George Brackett, USN: Male 35 – 60 Spoken Commanding Officer on the island. Slightly pompous but not without a soft side.

Cmdr. William Harbison, USN: Male 28 – 50 Spoken Brackett’s right hand man. Can be hot- headed, especially where Billis is concerned

“Stewpot” George Watts: Male 18–30 Baritone Male 25–40 Carpenter’s Mate Second Class

Professor: Spoken Male 25–45 Spoken

Henry: Emile’s native servant

Ngana: Female 8 – 13 Mezzo Emile’s daughter (Hawaiian/Pacific)

Jerome: Male 6 – 10 Mezzo Emile’s son (Hawaiian/Pacific)

ENSEMBLE
We need a large ensemble-
There are plenty of additional roles to fill. The show requires a strong and vibrant ensemble of singers and dancers 15 and over. There is also a large selection of other
supporting roles within the show. There are many parts for an active ensemble, including:
LT. BUZZ ADAMS, YEOMAN HERBERT QUALE, RADIO OPERATOR, BOB McCAFFREY, SEABESS, SAILORS, MARINES, SHORE PATROLMAN, NURSES, ENSIGNS, ISLANDERS, NUNS, OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS, TECH DANCERS

Tags: Arts And Entertainment, Auditions, Musical

Posted By: Town Planner Events coordinator




Event Details

Date: April 16, 2018
Time: 6:00pm -

This event also occurs on 04/17/2018

Location:
The Belmont Theatre
27 S. Belmont St
York, Pennsylvania 17403

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