Casting/Auditions

Thank you for your interest in auditioning for The Western Stage!

Before you begin, please read the following so that you are familiar with our process:

2016 Season Shows

A View From The Bridge, by Arthur Miller
Studio Theater / May 28-June 19, 2016
Read the synopsis and character breakdown. All roles have been cast, thank you.

Carrie: The Musical, book by Lawrence D. Cohen, lyrics by Dean Pitchford, Music by Michael Gore
Mainstage Theater / July 16-August 6, 2016 |
Read the synopsis and character breakdownAll roles have been cast, thank you.

Bandido, by Luis Valdez
Mainstage Theater / First rehearsal: July 23, Performances: September 10 – October 1, 2016
Read the synopsis and character breakdown. All roles have been cast, thank you.

Six Degrees of Separation, by John Guare
Studio Theater / First rehearsal: August 6, Performances: September 23 – October 9, 2016
Read the synopsis and character breakdown.  All roles have been cast, thank you.

Cloud Nine, by Caryl Churchill
Studio Theater / First rehearsal: September 10, Performances: October 29 – November 19, 2016
Read the synopsis and character breakdown.

Role assignments to be made by the director after casting is complete. Possible gender swapping and actor doubling between Acts I & II. Please see character breakdown for all possible roles.

Currently seeking:
2 males: 20’s-early 30’s All other roles have been cast, thank you.

Nice Work If You Can Get It, music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, book by Joe Dipietro
Mainstage Theater / First rehearsal: September 24, Performances: November 12 – December 10, 2016
Read the synopsis and character breakdown.  Seeking male ensemble singers and dancers (tap a plus!) or strong movers (can perform lifts). Also seeking a few females for the ensemble (singers and dancers).

Chief Berry – 30’s+ Chief of the Long Island Police Department. Fiercely — and to a fault — dedicated to his job. Comedic timing a must. Baritone.
Cookie McGee – Male, 30’s+ A fast-talking, wise-cracking bootlegger. He is mistaken for Jimmy’s butler, and has to keep up the charade. Actor must understand old-fashioned vaudeville-style comedy a la Abbott and Costello. Character baritone.

 

Are you interested in being considered for future shows? You can always send us headshot and resume. Contact the Casting Coordinator for more information. Thank you for your interest in being a part of The Western Stage!

 

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