Dallas Theater Production
Where: Dallas Fort Worth
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Auditions for Little Shop of Horrors
A skid row floral assistant becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers “Audrey II” – an exotic plant with a mysterious craving for fresh blood. Soon, Audrey II grows into an ill-tempered, foul-mouthed, singing carnivore, offering fame and fortune in exchange for feeding its growing appetite. The ending is not to be missed!
?Seymour – Male; Tenor
Insecure, naïve, put-upon florist’s clerk. Sweet, well-meaning, shy and awkward. But he is our hero!
??Audrey – Female; Mezzo-soprano or Soprano
Seymour’s co-worker in the flower shop. Not well educated, a bit of an airhead with very low self-esteem. Also true of heart and sweet.
??Mushnick – Male; Baritone (though a Bass or Tenor would be fine.)
Owner of the failing Skid Row flower shop. Jewish, middle class New Yorker.
?Dentist (Orin) – Male; Baritone or Bass
?[Dentist and Mushnick usually re-appear during “The Meek Shall Inherit” as different characters, often in drag.]. Audrey’s egotistical, insensitive, abusive, sadistic, dentist boyfriend.
The Plant (Audrey II) – Baritone or Bass; preferably able to sing “soulful” or “jazzy.”?
??Female Trio – Crystal, Ronnette, and Chiffon – Soprano, Mezzo-soprano, and Alto (who sings what harmony is flexible.) These roles require three ladies with a GOOD sense of pitch.?
??CHORUS: Residents of Skid Row, bums, customers,?????????? etc.
Music Audition Requirements:
Please prepare ONE  song with accompaniment*, preferably from a “Broadway” show**, that effectively demonstrates your vocal abilities. As a part of the audition you may be asked to sing a selection from Little Shop of Horrors.?
*It is HIGHLY preferred that the song you bring in has an accompaniment in the form of either:?
– Sheet music to give to a rehearsal pianist.?
– An mp3 or CD recording of the accompaniment. This recording can be on your phone or iPod too.?
– A “Karaoke” version?
– ABSOLUTELY NO “SINGING ALONG” TO A TRACK WITH PRE-RECORDED VOCALS. As in DON’T SHOW UP AND SING ALONG to a CD. The only voice we should hear is your own.?
** Music preferred is to be from a theatrical production (opera or musical theatre). Though you may sing a pop or secular song if you feel it better shows off your voice.?
There will also be cold readings from the script. All actors will have to learn and perform a short choreographed number
City or Location of call: Dallas Fort Worth
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