Directed by Lauretta Swansborough Music Dir: Norm Lister FEB 5 & 6 @ The Social Hall 6:30 – 9:30 Call backs Feb 12 Performances: April 25 – May 25 Prepare a 60 sec. monologue and two contrasting songs (40’s to 50’s Broadway) Be prepared for movement. Bring a headshot.
Sid Sorokin: Male, 30-45: baritone/tenor, strong singing role with movement/dancing–the handsome new factory superintendent who falls in love with Babe, despite their being on opposite sides of the labor dispute central to the plot.
Catherine “Babe” Williams: Female, 30-40 mezzo/belt, strong singing role with movement/dancing–the leader of the Union Grievance Committee, who in turn falls in love with Sid.
Myron “Old Man” Hasler: Male, 50-65 minor singing/dancing required, the strict head of the pajama factory who keeps a secret.
Gladys Hotchkiss: Female, 20-35 mezzo, strong singing/dancing role, Hasler’s attractive, quick-witted secretary, who dates Hines and is chased by Prez.
Vernon Hines: Male, 30-50, baritone, sings and moves well, the factory timekeeper, who thinks Gladys flirts too much and, as a result is always jealous.
Prez: Male, 35-50 tenor, sings and moves well, the head of the union and a skirt chaser, despite being a married man.
Mabel: Female, 40-60 minor singing/dancing required, office Secretary
Mae: Female, 20-40, Singing/movement, Worker at the Plant, member of the Union Grievance Committee
Brenda: Female, 20-40, Singing/movement, Worker at the Plant, member of the Union Grievance Committee.
Poopsie: Female, 20-40, Singing/movement, Worker at the Plant
Joe, Charlie, First Helper, Second Helper, Maintenance Man Max, Salesman, Pop
Dancers and Singers: Males & Females, 18-64
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