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'Sister Act' Non Equity National Tour Open Casting Call

'Sister Act' Non Equity National Tour Open Casting Call for lead roles in Chicago.

Producers are now casting lead roles in the upcoming national tour. Auditions will be held in New York City. For more details and roles available, check out the casting call break down below:

'Sister Act' Non Equity National Tour Open Casting Call

OPEN CALL SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 2014

NOLA STUDIOS 250 West 54th Street, 10TH FLOOR SIGN-IN: 10:30AM

SEEKING THE FOLLOWING ROLES: MALE ENSEMBLE: (Late 20’s- Mid 30’s): AFRICAN-AMERICAN. Must have wide range with strong falsetto. Seeking one actor who will be onstage in the ensemble and will also cover the following roles: CURTIS JACKSON: A super cool, super confident, smooth bad guy with soul. He is a tough narcissist with sex appeal, and charisma. He is elegant and dangerous. Needs extremely strong voice. Vocal range for this role: Baritone or baritenor with a strong falsetto. Low B to A-flat. LT. EDDIE SOUTHER: A desk cop. He is charming and straight forward. He should have theatrical flair for the dream sequence when he imagines himself as hip and sexy. Has charm and must be appealing. Vocal range for this role: High baritone or tenor with falsetto. Low aflat to High B. TJ: Curtis’ nephew. An overeager young man. He is well-intended, but doesn’t always have the brain power to think ahead. Must have comic chops. Vocal range for this role: Tenor with strong disco falsetto. D-flat to High A (full), High E-flat (falsetto). TO PREPARE: Bring a song a la Bee Gees/Beach Boys/Four Seasons. Show style and range. BRING SHEET MUSIC. Bring a hard-copy picture/resume and your music book

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