Reserve your time to Audition for Hello Dolly or Oklahoma!
Auditions will take place April 8th (10am to 8pm) and a general movement assessment April 10th (6:30pm-10pm) at our offices located at 2806 Avenue A.
You can reserve your timeslot by emailing email@example.com
Please let us know if you require any accommodations. We want you to do your best!
Hello Dolly will be performed June 8-24
Oklahoma! will be performed August 3-19
Audition dates for our Summer Children’s Production and Matilda TBD
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Click HERE to download a pdf from Casey Joiner on how to prepare for auditions!
Need a refresher? Frank Rendon is hosting an audition workshop March 25th and 26th! Spots are only $50 and you can sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
HELLO, DOLLY! — CAST LIST
(5 female; 4 male)
Mrs. Dolly Gallagher Levi — an indefatigable meddling matchmaker; a widow in her middle years
Mrs. Irene Molloy — a millineress with a hat shop near 14th Street in New York City
Minnie Fay — a young girl who works in Irene’s Shop
Ernestina — a single woman in need of Mrs. Levi’s services
Ermengarde — the 17-year-old niece of Horace Vandergelder
Horace Vandergelder — proprietor of a hay and feed store in Yonkers, NY and a client of Mrs. Levi’s
Cornelius Hackl — Vandergelder’s chief clerk, 33 years old
Barnaby Tucker — an assistant to Cornelius, 17 years old
Ambrose Kemper — a young artist seeking to marry Ermengarde
Supporting (from the Chorus)
Mrs. Rose — sells vegetables from a street cart, a friend of Mrs. Levi’s from years before
Coachman — non-speaking
Horse — two chorus/dancers
Rudolph Reisenweber — the Prussian major-domo of the Harmonia Gardens Restaurant
Stanley — a young waiter
Fritz, Harry, Louie, Danny, Manny and Hank — Harmonia Gardens waiters; non-speaking chorus/dancers
First Cook — Harmonia Gardens employee with a German accent
Second Cook — Harmonia Gardens employee
Judge — white-whiskered, red-nosed, New York night court
Policemen — several New York City officers; only one speaking
Court Clerk (Recorder) — male chorus member
Paperhanger — non-speaking
Townspeople of New York
Feed Store Customers
Harmonia Gardens Customers
Polka Contest Contestants
14th Street Parade Ensemble
Suggested: 8 female dancers, 8 female singers, 6 male singers, 12 male dancers.
RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN’S OKLAHOMA! — CAST LIST
Large singing-dancing ensemble with numerous small roles
Ado Annie Carnes