Auditions for Cabaret at Playhouse on Park
Connecticut Auditions to be held Monday, March 25th from 6pm - by appointment
Based on THE BERLIN STORIES by Christopher Isherwood,
from the play I AM A CAMERA by John Van Druten
Book: Joe Masteroff
Music: John Kander Lyrics: Fred Ebb
Director: Sean Harris Choreographer: Darlene Zoller Musical Director: Colin Britt
Lights up on the Kit Kat Klub, a seedy cabaret in late 1920's Berlin. The Master of Ceremonies introduces us to a world where outside troubles do not matter and problems can be left at the door. Through the eyes of young American writer, Cliff Bradshaw; the nightclub singer, Sally Bowles; and the people of Berlin, this groundbreaking musical uniquely explores an era in which history is truly being made.
Rehearsals start: May 21 in West Hartford CT
Production runs: June 12-July 21
AUDITION NOTES: Call 860-523-5900 ex.10 to schedule an appointment time. Once you receive your time, please leave your email address. You will be then be given a song and a side from the show to prepare
If you would like to audition for a Kit-Kat Boy or Girl, please prepare a song in the style of the show, please keep to 32 bars. Reading and Dance callbacks will happen immediately following the initial auditions. We are doing the 1998 Revival version, please dress the part for your audition.
Seeking AEA and Non-AEA performers. All positions will be paid.
The role of the Emcee has been cast.
All performers must be 18 or older.
[SALLY] Mezzo, belt (Low E up to high D): Seeking AEA and NON-AEA.
[CLIFF] Baritone (up to E) Seeking Non AEA
[HERR SCHULTZ] Tenor (up to high F): Seeking AEA and Non-AEA
[FRAULEIN SCHNEIDER] Mezzo (low F up to B): seeking AEA and non-AEA
[HERR LUDVIG] Baritone (up to high D): Seeking non AEA
[FRAULEIN KOST] Mezzo (low F# up to high D) Seeking non AEA
[KIT KAT GIRLS AND BOYS] All voice types needed: Seeking non AEA, athletic, flexible, can dance exceptionally well.
Please Note: Though there will no nudity in this production, you must be comfortable in various stages of undress as well as being in close physical contact with each other and the audience.