Broadway’s ‘Hamilton’ Open Casting Call for Female Rappers

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MANHATTAN, NEW YORK CITY/USA - NOVEMBER 12, 2016: The marquee of Hamilton, An American Musical, which is playing at the Richard Rogers Theater. (Joseph M. Arseneau / Shutterstock.com)

Broadway’s Hamilton is now casting female singers and rappers in New York City.

Casting directors are holding female open additions in New York City. Hamilton producers are holding auditions for female singers who rap.

Casting directors are seeking the following types:

  • Seeking women ages 20s to 40s, to play the non-white characters as written and conceived for the Broadway, Chicago, touring and upcoming productions of Hamilton.

Auditions will take place on Tuesday, December 4th, 2018.

How to audition:

  • 1. Please sign up for an audition time here.
  • 2. All audition materials/details can be found here.
  • 3. Casting directors will not be accepting walk-ins or drop-offs, and will not have a waitlist. You must sign up for a time slot to be seen.

How to audition online?

If you are not able to attend in person, please submit materials to: [email protected] to be considered. Audition material can be found here. For more information visit here.

About Hamilton:

Hamilton: An American Musical is a musical about the life of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, with music, lyrics, and book by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

The show features hip-hop music and a diverse cast to re-tell the story of America’s founding in a modern way. The critically acclaimed musical has racked up numerous awards, including twelve Tonys, the Pulitzer Prize for drama and a Grammy.

Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.

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