AUDITIONS

We have changed and updated our audition process - please carefully read all information below to ensure a successful audition.

 

Stray Dog Theatre (SDT) is holding non-Equity auditions for roles in the upcoming productions of their 2023 Season and two roles in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC running this October 2022. Please be sure to read through the entirety of this posting to ensure you understand what you will need to provide and how to audition.

 

As always, Stray Dog Theatre honors diversity and non-traditional casting practices.

 

We have always tried to create the smoothest audition process possible. The past several audition cycles have seen more and more actors sign up for an audition slot and then not show up, taking opportunities away from fellow performers and wasting the time of our audition team and staff. As a result, we have decided to try something new this year. You may only sign up in person during the time frames listed below. Once all time slots have been claimed for any given day, we'll unfortunately not be able to see anyone else on that day. 

 

IMPORTANT: You must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to your audition and will need to provide proof when you check in.

 

If you have any problems or questions please email auditions@straydogtheatre.org. No phone calls, please.

AUDITIONS

 

Auditions for plays will be held on: 

Sunday, August 28, 2022: 12NOON - 4PM

Tuesday, August 30, 2022: 6PM - 9PM

 

Auditions for musicals will be held on:

Saturday, August 27, 2022: 10AM - 6PM

Monday, August 29: 5PM - 9PM

 

Please note that you can not audition for plays and musicals at the same time.

 

CALLBACKS

 

All Callbacks will be held Sunday, September 11, 2022: 1PM-6PM.

 

Everyone being called back will receive an email from auditions@straydogtheatre.org on/before Thursday, September 1, 2022. This email will include material we would like you to prepare for your callback. Please Note: You may be in consideration for a role even if you are not called back.

 

Callbacks will be held in person at Tower Grove Abbey (2336 Tennessee Avenue, Saint Louis, Missouri 63104). Callbacks will be scheduled throughout the day and you will be given specific times if you are called back.

QUICK LINKS

How To Audition

Plays

Musicals

Sides

HOW TO AUDITION

 

Location: Tower Grove Abbey, 2336 Tennessee Ave., Saint Louis, Missouri 63104 (Off-street parking at lot north of the Abbey.)

 

  • Check in during the specified times and complete necessary paperwork. Please note you may receive an audition slot later that day depending on when you arrive.

  • Bring one copy of your headshot and resume for EACH production for which you are auditioning. Providing the appropriate number of headshots and resumes will help us remember you and assist us in considering you for multiple shows.

  • To assist you in having the best audition possible, be sure to read and review the Production Information and Character Breakdowns below. It is highly requested that you read the shows and familiarize yourself with the shows and characters for which you are auditioning prior to your audition.

  • FOR PLAY AUDITIONS: Read one of the sides provided below or prepare one 2-3 minute monologue. You will be stopped at 3 minutes. It is recommended that you read one of the provided sides. You may be asked by the casting directors to read additional sides if necessary.

  • FOR MUSICAL AUDITIONS: Prepare two contrasting 32-bar cuts of a rock, pop, or contemporary musical theatre song that showcases your vocal abilities. Accompanist provided. Bring sheet music, marked and in the appropriate key. No recorded tracks or a cappella. You will be stopped after 32 bars. You may be required to demonstrate belt and range or asked to read sides from the shows. 

  • Your audition may also serve as your callback. If you are called back, it is essential that you attend in order to be considered for roles. Please make yourself available in advance to ensure that you can attend in the event we need to see you. We see a high volume of actors over a very short time; attending callbacks is the best opportunity to make an impression.

The SDT pay scale per production for non-Equity actors in a Principal Role is $400 and for a Supporting Role $300 for rehearsals, performances, and special events. (Special events may include: media interviews, fundraising parties, etc.) If considered, Actors’ Equity members are paid according to the Special Appearance Contract.

 

Please be aware that SDT is a professional organization and expects a professional working attitude from actors and technical crew who apply. Basic rules of time management for calls, honoring off-book deadlines, and memorizing lines/music exactly as they are written in the script are some of the professional requirements expected. Please take note of these requirements before accepting a role.

 

FOLLOW UP

 

Everyone who auditions will receive a follow up email on/by Wednesday, September 14, 2022 with news of their status in the casting process.

 

Casting Authority: Gary F. Bell and Justin Been

 

PLAYS

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Vampire Lesbians of Sodom

Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You

 

Edward Albee’s Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 

 

George and Martha, the American theater’s most notoriously dysfunctional couple, have invited the young and naive Nick and Honey over for drinks. What begins as harmless patter escalates to outright marital warfare, with the provincial newcomers caught in the crossfire.

 

First Rehearsal: January 2, 2023

 

Performances

February 9, 2023 | 8PM

February 10, 2023 | 8PM

February 11, 2023 | 8PM

February 16, 2023 | 8PM

February 17, 2023 | 8PM

February 18, 2023 | 8PM

February 19, 2023 | 2PM

February 23, 2023 | 8PM

February 24, 2023 | 8PM

February 25, 2023 | 8PM

 

ROLES TO BE CAST

 

Martha (Principal Role; 40-50; Female Identifying; Any Ethnicity)

A large, boisterous woman, vicious-tongued, domineering, angry, frustrated and unfulfilled. The daughter of the President of New Carthage University. Her past is full of aspirations, broken dreams, and emotional trauma.

 

George (Principal Role; 40-50; Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)

Martha’s husband; a brilliant academic who works for Martha’s father. He married for love before his career became a glaring disappointment; he rebels with a clever and sarcastic reverie that rivals his wife’s brutality.

 

Nick (Principal Role; 25-35; Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)

Well put-together, and athletic; a newly-appointed faculty member in the Biology Department; looking to climb quickly up the career ladder. Solid and conservative, he is more complicated then he first appears.

 

Honey (Principal Role; 25-35; Female Identifying; Any Ethnicity)

Nicks wife, sweet, simple, naïve and eager to please. Quiet and shy at first, she becomes increasingly uninhibited, talkative and audacious when drunk. She has a low tolerance for alcohol and a weak stomach. 

 

SIDES

 

Vampire Lesbians of Sodom

by Charles Busch

 

One of the longest running comedies in Off Broadway history, Vampire Lesbians of Sodom tells the saga of two fatally seductive vampiresses. Their immortal paths collide throughout history, from ancient Sodom to 1920s Hollywood, and end up in current day Las Vegas. Their bitter rivalry as actresses endures for more than two thousand years! Showbiz has never been so blood thirsty.

 

First Rehearsal: May 7, 2023

 

Performances

June 8, 2023 | 8PM

June 9, 2023 | 8PM

June 10, 2023 | 8PM

June 15, 2023 | 8PM

June 16, 2023 | 8PM

June 17, 2023 | 8PM

June 18, 2023 | 2PM

June 22, 2023 | 8PM

June 23, 2023 | 8PM

June 24, 2023 | 8PM

 

ROLES TO BE CAST

 

La Condesa (pronounced Condaysa) (Principal Role; 20-40; Any Gender; Any Ethnicity)

A lesbian vampire, who portrays a succubus who thrives upon the blood of young virgins in ancient Sodom, a major silent screen star in 1920s Hollywood, and the cleaning lady at Caesar’s Palace in present day Las Vegas.  Must have superb comedic/camp skills.

 

Madeleine Astarte (pronounced Astartay) (Principal Role; 20-40; Any Gender; Any Ethnicity)

A lesbian vampire who portrays an innocent young virgin in ancient Sodom, a dazzling grande dame of the New York stage in the 1920s, and a nearly washed out star/veteran of stage and screen in present day Las Vegas. Must have superb comedic/camp skills.

 

Oatsie Carewe (Supporting Role; 20-60; Any Gender; Any Ethnicity)

A gossip columnist in 1920s Hollywood and secret vampire hunter, German or Slavic accent a plus.

 

Etienne (pronounced Eh-tee-n) (Supporting Role; 30-50; Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)

La Condesa’s loyal but creepy butler with a sordid past.

 

Renee Vain / Tracy (Supporting Role; 20-30; Any Gender; Any Ethnicity)

A 1920s ingénue, a starlet who longs for success and fortune at any cost. Tough and driven.  Also plays Tracy, a perky blonde aspiring singer in present day Las Vegas

 

King Carlisle / Danny (Supporting Role; 20-30; Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)

A silent movie idol, handsome leading man type.  In love with Renee.  Also plays Danny a chorus boy in present day Las Vegas.

 

Ali / PJ (Supporting Role; 20-30; Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)

A strapping guard who leads the virgin to her inevitable fate in Sodom.  Also plays PJ a chorus boy in present day Las Vegas.

 

Hujar / Zack (Supporting Role; 20-30; Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)

A strapping guard who leads the virgin to her inevitable fate in Sodom.  Also plays Zack a chorus boy in present day Las Vegas.

 

SIDES

 

Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You

by Christopher Durang

 

Sister Mary Ignatius has happily been teaching children about the glories of Catholicism and the perils of sin and hellfire for years at her church. What’s a good shepherd to do when it is revealed that members of her flock have strayed far from the path of righteousness? The results are surprising, yet absolutely hilarious. Sister Mary examines the sharp truths about human nature and religion.

 

First Rehearsal: October 29, 2023

 

Performances 

November 30, 2023 | 8PM

December 1, 2023 | 8PM

December 2, 2023 | 8PM

December 7, 2023 | 8PM

December 8, 2023 | 8PM

December 9, 2023 | 8PM

December 10, 2023 | 2PM

December 14, 2023 | 8PM

December 15, 2023 | 8PM

December 16, 2023 | 8PM

 

ROLES TO BE CAST

 

Sister Mary Ignatius (Principal Role; 40-70; Female Identifying; Any Ethnicity)
A very devout and stern nun who cares very deeply for her students – in her own special way. She knows the way things are supposed to be and will not accept any deviations from what the Bible says. Requires good energy, pacing, and the ability to memorize long monologues and keep them interesting.

 

Thomas (Supporting Role; 7-11; Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)
Sister Mary Ignatius’ favorite student.

 

Gary Sullivan (Supporting Role; 25-35; Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)
Fashionable, well behaved former student of Sister Mary’s. He’s a gay man recently come to terms with himself and carries that confidence and happiness with him.

 

Diane Symonds (Supporting Role; 25-35; Female Identifying; Any Ethnicity)
A troubled former student of Sister Mary’s. She’s gathered the gang together to present a Christmas pageant at Sister Mary’s lecture. She has a lot of baggage and resentment and blames Sister Mary for most of the problems in her life.

 

Philomena Rostovich (Supporting Role; 25-35; Female Identifying; Any Ethnicity)
Some would say she is a sweet former student of Sister Mary’s – Sister Mary would say a stupid former student of hers. Philomena has one daughter and no husband and has low self-esteem thanks to her former teacher, Sister Mary.

 

Aloysius Benheim (Supporting Role; 25-35; Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)
A bullied former student of Sister Mary’s. He has a wife, children, and a severe bladder problem brought about by never being allowed to go to the bathroom by his former teacher. 

 

SIDES

 

MUSICALS

A Little Night Music

Into the Woods

Godspell

Saturday Night Fever: The Musical

 

A Little Night Music

Book by Hugh Wheeler

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

 

Set in a weekend country house in turn of the century Sweden, this musical farce brings together surprising liaisons, long simmering passions, and a taste of love’s endless possibilities. Hailed as witty and wildly romantic, the story centers on the elegant actress Desirée Armfeldt and the spider’s web of sensuality, intrigue, and desire that surrounds her.

 

First Rehearsal: Will enter rehearsals as soon as cast.

 

Performances

October 6, 2022 | 8PM

October 7, 2022 | 8PM

October 8, 2022 | 8PM

October 13, 2022 | 8PM

October 14, 2022 | 8PM

October 15, 2022 | 8PM

October 16, 2022 | 2PM

October 19, 2022 | 8PM

October 20, 2022 | 8PM

October 21, 2022 | 8PM

October 22, 2022 | 8PM

 

ROLES TO BE CAST

 

Fredrika Armfeld (Supporting Role; 12-18; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: Eb5-C4; Any Ethnicity)

Desiree's witty daughter who is very self-contained and formal with the precise diction of the convent-trained.

 

Mrs. Anderson (Supporting Role; 18+; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: G#3-A#5; Any Ethnicity)

One of the Liebeslieder Singers.

 

PLEASE NOTE: This production of A Little Night Music falls under our current pay scale which is $200 for Supporting Roles.

Into the Woods

Book by James Lapine

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

 

When fairy tales collide, familiar characters must brave the darkness of the woods in an effort to break a curse, conquer their fears, and find out if what they’ve always wished for is what they truly want. This Sondheim classic reminds us that life is an unpredictable journey and that no one is alone.

First Rehearsal: February 19, 2023

 

Performances

March 30, 2023 | 8PM

March 31, 2023 | 8PM

April 1, 2023 | 8PM

April 2, 2023 | 2PM

April 6, 2023 | 8PM

April 7, 2023 | 8PM

April 8, 2023 | 8PM

April 13, 2023 | 8PM

April 14, 2023 | 8PM

April 15, 2023 | 8PM

April 16, 2023 | 2PM

April 20, 2023 | 8PM

April 21, 2023 | 8PM

April 22, 2023 | 8PM

 

ROLES TO BE CAST

 

Narrator / Mysterious Man (Principal Role; 35+; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: G2-Eb4; Any Ethnicity)

An intellectual and pleasant story-teller who helps to orchestrate the show and illustrate lessons to the audience. Also doubles as Mysterious Man, ​a mischievous vagrant and nosy meddler. He is a good-natured protector and observer.

 

Witch (Principal Role; 35-55; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: F3-G5; Any Ethnicity)

Sarcastic, ugly-then-gorgeous, obsessive protector of Rapunzel who is straightforward and aggressive.

Cinderella (Principal Role; 18-30; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: G3-G5; Any Ethnicity)

A young, earnest maiden who is constantly mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters.

 

Jack (Principal Role; 15-20; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: B2-G4; Any Ethnicity)

The feckless Giant killer who is 'almost a man.' He is adventurous, naive, energetic, and bright-eyed. 

 

Little Red Riding Hood (Principal Role; 15-20; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: Bb3-F5; Any Ethnicity)

A spoiled young girl who is strong-willed, quick-witted, fearless, yet youthful and naive. 

 

Baker (Principal Role; 25-50; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: Ab2-G4; Any Ethnicity)

​A harried and insecure baker who is simple and loving, yet protective of his family. He wants his wife to be happy and is willing to do anything to ensure her happiness but refuses to let others fight his battles.

 

Baker's Wife (Principal Role; 25-50; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: F3-G5; Any Ethnicity) ​

​Determined and bright woman who wishes to be a mother. She leads a simple, yet satisfying life and is very low-maintenance yet proactive in her endeavors.

 

Jack's Mother (Supporting Role; 40-65; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: Bb3-Gb5; Any Ethnicity)

Browbeating and weary, Jack's protective mother who is independent, bold, and strong-willed.

 

Cinderella's Stepmother (Supporting Role; 35-55; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: A3-F#5; Any Ethnicity) ​

​The mean-spirited, demanding stepmother of Cinderella. 

 

Cinderella’s Prince / Florinda (Supporting Role; 18-30; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: B2- F4; Any Ethnicity)

Vain and gorgeous, he is a disloyal lover who is currently searching for the next new, exciting thing. Will also double as one of Cinderella's stepsisters, black of heart.

 

Rapunzel’s Prince / Lucinda (Supporting Role; 18-30; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: C#3-E4; Any Ethnicity)

​Just as vain and gorgeous as his Prince brother, he is always chasing the newest, most exciting endeavor. Will also double as one of Cinderella's stepsisters, black of heart.

 

Cinderella's Mother / Grandmother / Giant (Supporting Role; 35-55; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: E4-F5; Any Ethnicity)

​Deceased with her soul guarding and aiding her daughter from a tree. Will triple as the Giant and Red Riding Hood’s feisty, bitter, vindictive grandmother.

 

Wolf / Cinderella’s Father / Steward (Supporting Role; 25-50; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: Bb2-Gb4; Any Ethnicity)

​Hungry and insatiable hunter who takes advantage of the weak by misleading and captivating his prey. ​Will triple as Cinderella’s father; an ineffectual, drunk, out of touch with family, but harmless and well-meaning. As well as the Steward; surly, bureaucratic, full of self-importance.

 

Rapunzel (Supporting Role; 18-35; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: B3-A5; Any Ethnicity) 

​A loopy-but-lovely maiden who is sheltered by the Witch and terribly lonely. She yearns to experience the world.

 

Godspell

Book by John Michael Tebelak

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz

Conceived and Originally Directed by John Michael Tebelak

Based on The Gospel According to St. Matthew

 

Prepare ye for the timeless tale of friendship, loyalty, and adoration! Godspell uses song, dance, and storytelling to retell the passion and parables of the gospels. This reimagined theatrical celebration brings the messages of kindness, tolerance, and love to life.

 

First Rehearsal: June 18, 2023

 

Performances

August 3, 2023 | 8PM

August 4, 2023 | 8PM

August 5, 2023 | 8PM

August 10, 2023 | 8PM

August 11, 2023 | 8PM

August 12, 2023 | 8PM

August 13, 2023 | 2PM

August 17, 2023 | 8PM

August 18, 2023 | 8PM

August 19, 2023 | 8PM

August 20, 2023 | 2PM

August 24, 2023 | 8PM

August 25, 2023 | 8PM

August 26, 2023 | 8PM

 

ROLES TO BE CAST

 

Special Note: 

Other than the characters of Jesus and John the Baptist/Judas, the characters will be called by the first names of the actors playing the role. The descriptions below provide an idea of the differences between the personalities and arcs of each character, much of each character’s personality is based around the song each character sings and will be further developed during the rehearsal process. The ability to play a musical instrument is not a requirement but should be indicated on your audition form.

 

Jesus (Principal Role; 15+; Any Gender; Vocal Range: A2-G4; Rock Tenor; Any Ethnicity)

Must be the most charismatic individual in the cast. High energy, charming, funny, gentle but with strength. He is the sort of person others instinctively follow.

 

John the Baptist / Judas (Principal Role; 15+; Any Gender; Vocal Range: A2-E4; Rock Tenor; Any Ethnicity)

Has attributes of both Biblical figures: Both Jesus’ lieutenant and most ardent disciple and the doubter who begins to question and rebel. Like Jesus, they are also charismatic, but in more of an overt revolutionary way. Usually played with an undertone of sexuality. The most “serious” and intellectual of the group. Sings “Prepare Ye,” “All For the Best,” and “On the Willows.”

 

Actor 1 (Principal Role; 15+; Any Gender; Vocal Range: C4-A4; Any Ethnicity) 

Open and sweet. Perhaps the youngest of the group. The first of the group to commit to following Jesus in the song “Day by Day.”

 

Actor 2 (Principal Role; 15+; Any Gender; Vocal Range: A3-C5; Any Ethnicity) 

The class clown. Goofy and a cut-up. Sings “Learn Your Lessons Well.”

 

Actor 3 (Principal Role; 15+; Any Gender; Vocal Range: A2-E4; Any Ethnicity) 

The comedian. The one who can do a hundred voices and imitations. Sings “Light of the World.”

 

Actor 4 (Principal Role; 15+; Any Gender; Vocal Range: A4-C6; Any Ethnicity) 

The confident one, the show-off. The first one to volunteer, sometimes jumps in before they really understand what’s going on. Sings “Bless the Lord.”

 

Actor 5 (Principal Role; 15+; Any Gender; Vocal Range: D4-F5; Any Ethnicity) 

Sassy and slightly cynical, the most urban of the group. Also the “sexy” one, but the sexiness contains a large element of put-on. Sings “Turn Back, O Man.”

 

Actor 6 (Principal Role; 15+; Any Gender; Vocal Range: A3-D5 with falsetto if Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)

Very high energy. Impish and playful. Sings “We Beseech Thee.”

 

Actor 7 (Principal Role; 15+; Any Gender; Vocal Range: B3-A4; Any Ethnicity)

Not the brightest in the bunch, a little slow on the uptake. But there is a great sweetness and innocence about them. Sings “All Good Gifts.”

 

Actor 8 (Principal Role; 15+; Any Gender; Vocal Range: C4-A4; Any Ethnicity) 

The shy one. Sometimes a little slow to get things, but when they do, commits all the way. Sings “By My Side.”

 

Ensemble roles may be added at director’s discretion.

 

Saturday Night Fever: The Musical

Based on the Paramount/RSO Film and the Story by Nik Cohn

Adapted for the Stage by Robert Stigwood In Collaboration with Bill Oaks

North American Version Written by Sean Cercone and David Abbinanti

Featuring Songs By The Bee Gees

Arrangements, Orchestrations and Additional Music and Lyrics by David Abbinanti

 

Based on the 1977 film that became a cultural phenomenon, this electrifying show is packed with legendary hits from the Bee Gees, classic disco tracks, and new original songs. Burn, baby, burn!

 

First Rehearsal: August 20, 2023

 

Performances 

October 5, 2023 | 8PM

October 6, 2023 | 8PM

October 7, 2023 | 8PM

October 12, 2023 | 8PM

October 13, 2023 | 8PM

October 14, 2023 | 8PM

October 15, 2023 | 2PM

October 19, 2023 | 8PM

October 20, 2023 | 8PM

October 21, 2023 | 8PM

October 22, 2023 | 2PM

October 26, 2023 | 8PM

October 27, 2023 | 8PM

October 28, 2023 | 8PM

 

ROLES TO BE CAST

 

Tony Manero (Principal Role; 18-25; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: A2-G4; Any Ethnicity

Handsome, charismatic Brooklyn Italian. Ringleader of his gang of friends, The Faces. Tough guy exterior with vulnerability underneath – a “thinker,” not a “talker.” He comes alive whenever he dances. 

 

Stephanie Mangano (Principal Role; 18-25; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: Bb3-F#5; Any Ethnicity) [pronounced with a hard G, as in “mango”] 

Puts on airs to hide her Brooklyn upbringing, but every now and then a bit of the old neighborhood comes out. She may be pretentious and lack tact at times, but she is still genuinely likeable.

 

Monty (Principal Role; 18-25; Any Gender; Vocal Range: B2-G4 with strong falsetto if Male Identifying; Any Ethnicity)
The MC, DJ, and gatekeeper of 2001. Good-looking and charismatic with a big personality. After Tony, the coolest person in town.

 

Candy (Principal Role; 20-50; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: A4-G5; Any Ethnicity)

The resident singer of 2001. Sexy and confident, beloved by everybody. Strong singer/belter. 

Bobby (Supporting Role; 18-25; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: C3-A4; Any Ethnicity)

One of the Faces. Genuine and less self-assured than the other guys. He breaks up with his high school girlfriend, Pauline at their urging, and continuously struggles with doing the right thing. 

 

Gus (Supporting Role; 18-25; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: E3-F#4; Any Ethnicity)
One of the Faces. A follower. Not afraid to lie to cover his own ass. (Range: E3-F#4)

 

Double-J (Supporting Role; 18-25; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: C3-F#4; Any Ethnicity)

One of the Faces. A charming and funny jokester and a real bruiser. Physically the toughest of the gang.(Range: C3-F#4)

 

Joey (Supporting Role; 18-25; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: E3-A4; Any Ethnicity)

One of the Faces. A real “wise-guy” with possible connections.

 

Frank Manero, Sr. (Supporting Role; 40-55; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: Baritone; Any Ethnicity)
Tony’s father. An out of work construction worker who feels like the world has turned its back on him. Brooklyn accent.

 

Flo Manero (Supporting Role; 40-55; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: Alto; Any Ethnicity)
Tony’s mother. A devout Catholic, she cares deeply for her family, and especially idolizes her son, Frank Jr. Brooklyn accent.

 

Frank Manero, Jr. (Supporting Role; 20-30; Male Identifying; Vocal Range: Baritone; Any Ethnicity)
Tony’s brother who has left the priesthood. Humble and full of good advice.

 

Linda Manero (Supporting Role; 15-21; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: Any; Any Ethnicity)
Tony’s little sister. Sunny and spunky. 

 

Pauline (Supporting Role; 18-25; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: G3-E5; Any Ethnicity)
Sweet and optimistic ex-girlfriend of Bobby. She is hurt by Bobby’s behavior, but there’s a larger issue that’s concerning her. 

 

Annette (Supporting Role; 18-25; Female Identifying; Vocal Range: F3-C5; Any Ethnicity)
Overeager to please, a “puppy-dog” with an insecure edge. Is incredibly hurt that Tony does not have feelings for her.

 

Ensemble (Supporting Role; 18-30; Any Gender; Vocal Range: SATB; Any Ethnicity)

 

SIDES

 

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

MARTHA 

GEORGE 

HONEY 

NICK 

 

Vampire Lesbians of Sodom

MADELEINE ASTARTAY, LA CONDESA, OATSIE CAREWE 

KING CARLISLE 

RENEE VAIN / TRACY 

ETIENNE, ALI, HUJAR, DANNY, PJ, and ZACH

 

Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You

SISTER MARY 

THOMAS and SISTER MARY 

GARY 

DIANE 

ALOYSIUS 

PHILOMENA 

 

CALLBACK SIDES

Please do not use these for Auditions, these will only be used during Callbacks.

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

MARTHA 

GEORGE and MARTHA 

GEORGE, MARTHA, NICK, and HONEY 

 

Vampire Lesbians of Sodom

MADELEINE ASTARTAY, LA CONDESA, OATSIE CAREWE

 

Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You

SISTER MARY, GARY, PHILOMENA, ALOYIOUS, DIANE