Phantom Of The Opera (Broadway) - ECC / Dancers

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Phantom Of The Opera (Broadway) - ECC / Dancers

Call Type:
Equity Chorus

Contract:
Production (League)
$1861/week

Personnel:
Music By: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics By: Charles Hart
Book By: Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber
Dire: Harold Prince
Choreog: Gillian Lynne
Casting: Tara Rubin Casting

• Chorus rules are in effect.
• A monitor will be provided.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.

Other Dates:
Currently running on Broadway

Other:
Prod. Spvsr: Seth Sklar-Heyn
Prod. Musical Spvsrs: David Caddick & Kristen Blodgette
Prod Dance Spvsr: Denny Berry
GM: Alan Wasser Associates

Seeking:
Equity dancers for the ensemble. Seeking classical/ballet dancers for future replacements in the Broadway production.

Breakdown:
Seeking for future replacements in the Broadway Production:

Ensemble Dancers:

• All female dancers must be 5’5” or under, have a degree of innocence about them and look very young (18-25).
• We need experienced, classically trained dancers.
• Most of the audition will be on POINTE.
• Please have pointe shoes and flat ballet shoes with you.

• All male dancers must be 6’0” or taller and must be classical/ballet dancers.
• They should have solid classical technique with a musical theatre flair.
• They must be well built and muscular.

• There is no solo singing for the dancers (except ‘Meg’), but they will have to carry some vocal responsibility in the ensemble numbers.
• In addition, there is the principal role of ‘Meg’ who is a member of the Corps de Ballet. She should appear to be between 16 and 18 years old. The range is mezzo-soprano to G.
• Also looking for girls for an IMMEDIATE TEMPORARY replacement to understudy the role of Meg at this dance call.

Casting for The Phantom of the Opera is interracial. Dancers of all ethnic backgrounds and races are encouraged to attend.


Union Information:
AEA

Company:
Cameron Mackintosh and The Really Useful Company

Audition Information:

When:
Equity Chorus Call / Dancers
Thursday, June 25, 2015
11 AM - Equity Female Dancers
2 PM - Equity Male Dancers

Where:
Alvin Ailey Studios
405 West 55th Street
New York, NY
Please check in with the front desk for the studio


What to Prepare:
• Women: Most of the audition will be on POINTE.
• Please have pointe shoes and flat ballet shoes with you.
• Men: ballet shoes
• Prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre song that best shows off voice and range in case asked to sing. Bring sheet music in your key.
• Accompanist provided
• Bring pic/res

Minors must be accompanied by an adult

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About Cameron Mackintosh | Really Useful Group

Founded in 1977, The Really Useful Group exists to bring the work of Andrew Lloyd Webber to the world. We manage his complete catalogue including theatrical and symphonic works, a requiem mass and countless rock and pop songs.

The Really Useful Group was also key in developing the casting by television format and has licensed numerous copyrights to be exploited in this way, introducing a new, younger, generation to musical theatre. The pioneering BBC show How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria? won an International Emmy, a Royal Television Society Award and drew nearly 8 million UK viewers. The format is now global, with theatre stars discovered through TV casting in Germany, Holland, Belgium, Canada and China.