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9-5 The Musical - Auditions

95MusicalAudition Notice:  9 to 5 The Musical

Director:  Nathan Hand

When:  Sunday, Jan. 20 and Monday, Jan. 21, 2013 

Time:  7:00-9:00PM

Location: 14803 Park Almeda Dr. Houston, TX 77047

 

Attendance at only ONE audition is required to be considered for any/all roles, and auditions are open to any/all actors 18+.
9 to 5 The Musical runs March 22nd – 24th, March 28th-30th, and April 4th – 7th.  Considerations are available for those with special circumstances who cannot attend the scheduled open auditions.  Call (
713)-340-2540 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you need to schedule an audition or more information. 

Please be prepared for auditions –

  1. A headshot and updated resume is preferred at time of registration – especially any actor who would like to be considered for a principal This is not a requirement, but a preference.
  2. A prepared song from a musical, approximately 32 measures, accompanist shall be provided if sheet music is provided.  A capella singing is allowed, but not preferred.
  3. Shoes and clothing suitable for movement and Yes, there is a lot of movement in 9 to 5 – so be ready for it!

9 to 5 – CAST BREAKDOWN

VIOLET – 40s to early 50s.  Attractive, strong, ambitious woman.  Stands up for what she believes in.  Head secretary and Mr. Hart’s administrative assistant.  She is also a single mother of a teenager. (Lily Tomlin in film)

DORALEE – late 20s- 30s.  Sexy in a wholesome country singer way.  Character should “suggest” Dolly Parton-like character but not necessarily an impersonator.  Needs to sing country.

JUDY – early 30s.  Attractive, insecure, at first afraid of being on her own but later becomes empowered and strong.  She is the “new” girl.  Husband just left her for his secretary.  (Jane Fonda in the film)

ROZ KEITH – late 30s – early 40s.  The office kiss-up and second to the boss, a gossip, has an unrequited love for her boss and will do anything to win his approval.

FRANKLIN HART – late 40s to early 50s.  Arrogant, self-absorbed, male chauvinist corporate 70s boss.  Is capable of a surface, smarmy charm.  (Dabney Coleman in the film)

MISSY – late 40s to early 50s.  Hart’s wife.  Fluttery and ditzy.

JOE – late 20s to early 30s.  The cute, young, office accountant.  He’s smitten with VIOLET.

DICK – late 30s to mid 40s.  Judy’s soon-to-be ex-husband.  Average middle-aged guy, sporting a little less hair and a little more paunch than he did ten years ago.

DWAYNE – late 20s to early 30s.  Doralee’s husband, very supportive of Doralee.

JOSH – Violet’s teenage son.

MARGARET – any age.  Secretary. The office lush.

ENSEMBLE (dancers) – must play/look 18 to 30.  Major dance skills required.

ENSEMBLE (singers) – must play/look 18 to 60.  “Some” movement/dance required.

 

VOLUNTEERS:  The Pearland Theatre Guild welcomes volunteers to assist with various technical aspects of our productions-set construction, running crews, props, costumes, lights, sound, make-up, etc.  Please let us know at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like to be available to volunteer at our theater or for any of our productions!

 

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact The Pearland Theatre Guild at (713)-340-2540 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or email director Nathan Hand directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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