Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Auditions in Georgetown for Lend Me A Tenor by Ken Ludwig, October 20 and 22, 2013

Georgetown Palace Theatre TXAnnouncing auditions for Ken Ludwig's Lend Me A Tenor, directed by Lannes Hilboldt, to be held Sunday, October 20th, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm and Tuesday, October 22nd, 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm. Roles are available for 4 Men, 4 Women (see character list with descriptions). 

Lend Me A Tenor Ken Ludwig
Callbacks will be by invitation only, and be held on Wednesday, October 23rd from 6:30pm-9:30pm. Callbacks will consist of cold reading from the script. Callbacks will be posted on the Palace website Wednesday morning.

Rehearsals will generally be held Tuesdays,Wednesdays, Thursdays from 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm, and on Saturday afternoons from 1-5 pm, with possible Sundays if needed.

All those auditioning will need to perform 1-2 minutes of a comedic monologue. In addition, those auditioning for the role of Tito and Max will also need to sing 1 minute of any song to demonstrate their vocal ability. No operatic training is required. It can be sung acapella. If you choose to bring music, it must be on CD and there cannot be vocals on the CD.

To sign up for a time click here. Please send headshot (or picture) and copy of filled out conflict calendar to

Conflict Calendar

  Lend Me A Tenor is a door-slamming, dress-dropping farce with mistaken identities, mischievous misunderstandings and compromising positions. It is the biggest night in the history of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company, and world-famous Italian tenor Signor Tito Merelli will be their guest artist in "Otello," highlight of the company's most important fundraiser for the 1934 season.

But Tito's troubled life, his hot-headed wife, and a "Dear John" letter mistaken as Tito's suicide note sends everybody's head swimming. No Tito, no $50,000 in ticket sales. Find the dead singer! Meanwhile, Max -- opera singer wanna-be -- is coerced into impersonating the Italian great to save the show. In costume, wig and make-up, he's is a dead ringer for the dead singer. And then it happens. Tito Merelli wakes up from his apparent one-too-many-sedatives, refreshed and ready for the spotlight!

Toss in a belligerent bellhop, a steamy soprano and a flamboyant opera director, and "Lend Me a Tenor" turns a rib-tickling romp of who kissed who into giggles and gasps of "it was you"?

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