Audition Notice: SHE LOVES ME at Plaza Theatre Company

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Plaza Theatre Company is pleased to announce open auditions for its upcoming production of SHE LOVES ME on Monday June 8th and Tuesday June 9th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.

Auditions are: June 8th OR June 9th

Directed by Dennis Yslas
Stage Management by Cessany Ford
Music Direction by Cheri Mega
Choreography by Joshua Sherman

When:
Monday June 8th OR Tuesday June 9th
7pm – 9pm at the Plaza Academy Studio
211 S. Mill St, Cleburne, TX
Auditions are by appointment only

Click here to make an audition appointment!

AUDITION PREPARATION
Auditioners will be asked to come prepared to sing 32 bars of music, preferably from a musical. An accompanist will be provided. Auditioners should also be prepared to read cold from the script at the audition. Each auditioner should plan to spend about five to ten minutes auditioning for the Directors.

A call back audition will be held on Saturday, June 13th starting at 9am and may last for up to three hours. Those auditioners who the Directors wish to see further will be invited to the call back audition.

REHERSALS:
Rehearsals will commence Saturday, June 20th and take place usually on Mon. – Wed. evenings and Saturday mornings depending on performer schedules. No Sunday rehearsals or performances.

PERFORMANCES:
The production will play on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings and Saturday afternoons opening on Friday August 7th and playing through September 5th. There are no Sunday performances.

ABOUT THE SHOW:
Two coworkers unwittingly meet through a Lonely Hearts column. As the two anonymously write love letters to each other, things don’t go so well at work. Not knowing that they are each others pen pals, their feud at work grows to a boiling point. Will they find out that they are actually secretly in love with each other? The original musical romantic comedy.

CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS:

George NovackMale, mid 20’s thru 30’s – The manager of Maraczek’s Parfumerie. He is desperate for love and falls in love with Amalia after meeting her through a Lonely Hearts column. A likeable, somewhat soft-spoken, unassuming, regular guy. Baritone.  No dance experience necessary but should be able to move

Amalia BalashFemale, 20s thru 30’s – A new hire at Maraczek’s Parfumerie who falls in love with George after the two meet through a Lonely Hearts column. Strong willed but shy. Desperate for a both a job (at first) and love overall. Intelligent, bookish, sensitive but strong. Soprano needing ability to sing long lyric lines beautifully. No dance experience necessary.  
Ilona RitterFemale, 30 to 40ish – A cleark at the Parfumerie. Been through many men and longing for the real thing. Has a revelation during the show that she must change. Sensitive and very likeable character. Somewhat sexy and vulnerable. Often played with a character voice but not necessarily so. Mezzo.
Steven Kodaly Male – 35- 50 – A strikingly handsome clerk at Maraczek’s Parfumeriie. A womanizer and cad. Elegant, refined, self assured.. Actor should be confident in the role seducing women in general, Ilona in particular. Tenor with ability to sustain long lines.
Ladislav SiposMale – 30 – 60  – A compliant clerk at Maraczek’s Parfumerie who will do anything not to lose his job. Can be played slightly buffo but should be real character. Confidant of both George and Ilona. Very likeable character. Regular guy with wife and kids. Baritone.
Arpad LazloMale – 17 – 26 – The bicycle driving delivery boy for Maraczek’s Parfumerie, indefatigable, excess energy, boyish and willing, wants nothing more than to become saleperson at the parfurmerie. Strong tenor voice for one very energetic solo.
Mr. MaraczekMale – 45 – 65 – The strict, stubborn owner of Maraczek’s Parfumerie for first half. Undergoes big change. Stern, playful, vindictive, warm, many sides. Baritone for single solo that can be “talked” to certain extent.
The WaiterMale – 30 – 60 – An enigmatic role for an enigmatic actor. Might be played over the top somewhat, intensely romanticized notion of his restaurant, a thoroughly 19th century character, eccentric. Single scene character but can be great. Tenor
OthersWill need a minimum of 6 (at least 3 women 17 and above) more players to double as characters in the restaurant scene, customers in the shop, people on the street. All must be able to sing well. No dance training needed but must be confident can move well and be taught .
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