Not Quite Opera is pleased to announce casting for the new musical revue, Show Me Yours – Songs of Innocence and Experience by members of Not Quite Opera’s resident writer/composer ensemble, directed by Ben Randle.
About the show:
A funny, poignant musical cabaret about sex and all that comes with it. Featuring all original music and lyrics by Pen and Ink, Not Quite Opera’s resident writer/composer ensemble: Peter Alexander, Anne Nygren Doherty, Paul Frantz, Jerome Gentes, Richard Hefner, Richard Isen, Richard Jennings, Sandy Kasten, Andrew Klein, Ben Prince, Denise Wharmby and Pam Winfrey. Directed by Ben Randle. Music direction by Ben Prince. April 5 through 27th; Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8:00 p.m., Sundays at 4 p.m. at The Alcove Theater, 414 Mason Street, San Francisco. Produced by Not Quite Opera Productions – soon to be known as New Musical Theater of San Francisco.
Casting the following roles (non-AEA and AEA, see “pay” below):
Actor-singers for a 5-person ensemble. All ages and ethnicities.
Saturday, January 19th, 2012 (General Auditions/by appointment only, from 10:00am)
The Alcove Theater located near Union Square at 414 Mason St., Fifth Floor, San Francisco.
Two contrasting songs, strict 32-bar each.
Rehearsals begin early March and will rehearse 4 days a week (weekend daytime hours and Monday and Tuesday evenings until technical rehearsals.)
April 5th thru 27th
Thursdays-Saturdays, 8pm, Sundays 5pm
Pay: $30 per performance (14 performances total. Rehearsals and performances inclusive. No AEA contract, as the performances are considered ‘cabaret’. Non-negotiable).
To set up an audition time, please send a headshot and resumé, to email@example.com. Auditions slots are given by invitation based on e-mail submission. E-mails that do not include headshots and resumés will not be considered. NO PHONE CALLS OR LINKS TO WEBSITES, PLEASE!
Anne Doherty, Artistic Director
Ben Randle, Director
Ben Prince, Musical Director
Written by Peter Alexander, Anne Nygren Doherty, Paul Frantz, Jerome Gentes, Richard Hefner, Richard Isen, Richard Jennings, Sandy Kasten, Andrew Klein, Ben Prince, Denise Wharmby and Pam Winfrey.