CASTING CALL – MY FAIR LADY
AUDITIONS WILL BE HELD AT THE ANVIL CENTRE
777 Columbia Street, New Westminster
Royal City Musical Theatre, for its 26th production will be producing the Lerner and Loewe classic MY FAIR LADY. We are seeking strong singers, actors and trained dancers for this production.
Show Dates: April 9 – 25, 2015
At: Massey Theatre, New Westminster, BC
Rehearsals: Evenings and Weekends, beginning January 2015
Roles Auditioning for: We will be auditioning for all roles (see character
Audition Dates: September 21st and 28th. Callbacks October 5th
In attendance: Director Valerie Easton and Musical Director James Bryson
Audition Location: Auditions to be held at the new Anvil Centre, 777 Columbia Street, New Westminster (at the New Westminster Skytrain Station).
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Please attend a movement call at one of the following times in addition to a singing audition:
September 21st 10:00-11:00: Dance call for strong trained dancers
September 28th 10:00-11:00: Movement Call for singer / actors
ALL - Please come prepared with 2 songs from the classical musical theatre repertoire, ideally one uptempo and one ballad (you may only sing one).
Please bring character and ballet shoes for the dance/movement calls.
Eliza Doolittle – A cockney flower girl working outside Covent Garden. Her potential to become a lady becomes the object of a bet between Higgins and Pickering. Soprano. (middle C to high G)
Colonel Pickering – Retired British officer and the author of Spoken Sanskrit. Baritone
Henry Higgins – British, upper class professional bachelor, world famous phonetics expert, teacher and author of Higgins Universal Alphabet. Baritone
Freddy Eynsford-Hill – Upper class young man who becomes smitten with Eliza. Tenor/Baritone
Alfred P. Doolittle – Eliza’s father; a vigorous dustman. Baritone.
Harry – Drinking companion of Alfred Doolittle. Bass/Baritone
Jamie - Drinking companion of Alfred Doolittle. Tenor
Mrs. Pearce – Henry Higgins housekeeper. Alto/Mezzo
Mrs. Higgins – Henry’s long-suffering mother
This production features many ensemble and/or dancing roles. Many are named and have solo lines and/or speaking lines as well as ensemble music.