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ANYTHING GOES | AUDITION INFO

Step One:

Submit an online Audition Form.

Step Two:

Register for an audition slot here.

Audition Dates

Initial auditions will take place in person via time slots (register above) on March 4 & 5 at SALT's Chester Springs location (1645 Art School Rd, 19425). 

If you absolutely cannot make an in-person time slot that evening (which is much preferred), video submissions will be accepted, emailed to LMcComas@saltpa.com by March 3. Please put "Anything Goes Audition" in the subject of the email.

Callbacks

Callbacks will take place if necessary and by invitation on the afternoon of March 10th at SALT's Chester Springs location.

Performance Dates

Performances will take place on the weekends of May 31-June 16, 2024 at SALT's West Chester location (19 Hagerty Blvd, 19382). 

Rehearsals

Rehearsals will primarily take place on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays in West Chester beginning with the Read Through on March 24th. Please review the rehearsal and production schedule here to put any known conflicts on your audition form.

Audition Format

For the initial audition, be prepared to sing 32 measures of any TWO songs in the style of the show with our live accompanist. One up-tempo, one ballad. Can be from the show, doesn't have to be from the show. (If you are auditioning for Reno, your up-tempo better be a cut from  Blow, Gabriel, Blow. -ha!- You can choose whatever you want for your Ballad.) 

Your music should have cuts clearly marked and in a binder for our accompanist.

Please also be prepared to tell us a joke or comical anecdote that is 60 seconds or less.
 

Compensation

This is a community theatre production performed on a volunteer basis.

Roles

All roles below are open and available to performers stage-age-18 and older, and we encourage all performers to submit for any role regardless of ability, race, ethnicity, sexuality, neurodiversity, and similarity to the source material or original cast. 

Lord Evelyn Oakleigh- Hope's wealthy and eccentric English fiancé. Baritone.

Billy Crocker- a young Wall Street broker in love with Hope. Tenor.

Moonface Martin- a second-rate gangster, "Public Enemy Number 13". Tenor.

Hope Harcourt- an American debutante. Soprano.

Reno Sweeney- a sultry evangelist turned nightclub singer and an old friend of Billy. Mezzo-Soprano.

Evangeline Harcourt- Hope's haughty and overbearing mother.

Elisha Whitney- an Ivy League Wall Street banker, Billy's boss. Baritone.

Erma Latour- Snake Eyes' girlfriend and Moonface's friend. Mezzo-Soprano.

Ship's Captain- Baritone.

Luke & John- two "converts", reformed gamblers who accompany Bishop Dobson.

Ship’s Purser

Purity (Angel #1), Chastity (Angel #2), Charity (Angel #3), & Virtue (Angel #4)- Reno's backup singers.

Bishop Henry T. Dobson

Ensemble- Ship's crew, passengers, reporters, photographers and F.B.I. agents.

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