Irving Berlin’s HOLIDAY INN auditions
Thank you to all who attended our Holiday Inn auditions!!
Offers will be going out shortly for the majority of roles. We are still seeking submissions for the roles of JIM HARDY, TED HANOVER, and LILA DIXON.
Please feel free to send a video submission to email@example.com containing the callback material, which can be found at http://musical.org/audition-sides/. The roles of TED & LILA must show strong dance ability. TED must be an exceptionaltapper.
Music & Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Book by Gordon Greenberg & Chad Hodge
Directed by Danny Pelzig
MusicDirection by Dennis Castellano
Choreographed by Christine Negherbon
First AEA rehearsal: Wednesday, November 20th, 2019
Preview: December 6th, 2019
Opening: December 7th,2019
Closing: December 15th,2019
Performances take place at:
The Carpenter Performing Arts Center
6200 East Atherton Street
Long Beach CA 90815
Seeking triple threat performers for Musical Theatre West’s 2nd show of the 19-20 season. All roles are open to both Equity & non-Equity performers. We are veryinterested in seeing people of color for all Principal & Chorus roles.
To submit for an individual appointment, please email your headshot, resume, & any supporting video materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Appointments are available to both union and non-union actors (AEA will be given priority), and are assigned at the discretion of Musical Theatre West. Submission does not guarantee appointment time.
Preparation: Please prepare a song in the style of the show, as well as the callback material for the character you are auditioning for, available at musical.org under the “Audition Sides” tab. The roles of Lila & Ted will need to attend a dance callback.
We are still accepting video submissions for the roles of Ted Hanover, Jim Hardy, and Lila Dixon at this link
Callback material is available at musical.org under the “Audition Sides” tab. You may be asked to sing a different short selection. The roles of Ted & Lila, please be prepared to attend a dance call if asked (tap & musical theatre jazz).
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact email@example.com
30’s, lyric baritone. Must be an excellent comic actor with a great voice. Handsome, kind, sincere, honest, and good natured. A performer and singer-songwriter eager to leave showbiz behind for a simpler life on a farm in Connecticut.
30’s, lyric baritone. Jim’s best friend & performing partner; a charming ladies’ man looking for his big break. Must be an extremely strong dancer (in the style of Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly); an excellent comic actor/dancer/singer; must tap extremely well.
30’s, high belt. A determined performer with a love for the spotlight and Jim’s mismatched fiancée; an excellent comic actor; must be an extremely strong dancer/singer; must tap.
30’s-50’s. The energetic and sarcastic manager for the musical act of Hardy, Hanover, and Dixon. Will stop at nothing to make his clients stars.
To play 9-12 years old. Precocious, straight forward and practical, but oddly charming; not one to mince words; one of Linda’s students who works part time as a messenger for the bank; seeking a strong actor/singer; changed or unchanged voice.
30’s, belt/mix. A school teacher with hidden talents. At first she is tough and distant, unwilling to fall for Jim’s charms; but she is ultimately won over by his kindness, humor and their mutual love of music; a lovely, charming and funny girl; must sing and dance extremely well.
40’s-50’s, belt. The local “fix-it” woman; tough, no nonsense and extremely perceptive.
20’s-50’s. Announcer, Nightly Dancers, Radio Chorus, Radio Team, Danny’s Mother (V.O.), Film Crew, Midville townspeople, & Holiday Inn guests. Strong singers & dancers, must tap.