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Spring Awakening Audition Notice
ZACH Theatre announces additional auditions for Spring Awakening for the roles of MELCHOIR and ADULT WOMEN.
Michael Baron, the Artistic Director at Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, will be directing this Tony Award winning musical. The Musical Director will be Allen Robertson. Rehearsals begin on August, 22, 2011. The first performance is on September 24, 2011 with performances Tuesdays through Sundays. The final performance is on November 13, 2011.
Please be prepared to sing 16 to 32 bars of a song from Spring Awakening for the character for which you wish to audition. Please prepare the additional sides and music found at www.zachtheatre.org/about/auditions.
Actors will be seen by appointment only. To submit your audition request, please send a headshot and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Selected actors for the role of MELCHOIR will be asked to audition in Austin on July 25th or in New York City the week of August 8th. Actors auditioning for the role of the ADULT WOMEN will be seen only at the local auditions in Austin on July 25th.
MELCHIOR: A handsome, radical, and headstrong student who is much more educated than his peers because he reads books. After getting Wendla pregnant, he is sent to reform school and keeps his will to live, despite the tragic deaths of Wendla and Moritz.
THE ADULT WOMEN (played by one woman):
FRAU BERGMAN: Wendla’s mother.
FRAULEIN KNUPPELDICK: the boys’ teacher.
FRAULEIN GROSSEBUSTENHALTER: Georg’s piano teacher.
FRAU GABOR: Melchior’s mother.
We are currently seeking non-AEA actors. We are particularly interested in actors with strong singing and dancing training and experience.
Tony Award-winning rock musical Spring Awakening follows a group of late nineteenth-century German adolescents on the road to adulthood as they squirm out of school uniforms and discover their own mysterious, throbbing sexuality. As sweetly naïve Wendla wonders where babies come from, her angst-riddled male counterparts, Melchior and Moritz, deal with their erotic dreams and the “bitch of living.” But when these rebellious teens begin acting on their desires, they quickly spiral into an all-too-adult world in which suicide, abortion, rape, and child abuse dominate. Will Melchior find salvation and hope for the future? Don’t miss this dark and impassioned musical.
Contact: ZACH Theatre email@example.com