Iowa City - The Iowa City Community Theatre is looking for a few good actors/singers/dancers and theatre tech personnel for their holiday production, White Christmas. The show will be directed by Krista Neumann, with musical direction by Ed Kottick and choreography by Jill Beardsley. The show runs December 9th through the 18th. Rehearsals start October 24th.
Friday September 30, 6PM -9PM, at the ICCT Theater on the Fairgrounds
Saturday October 1, 1pm-4pm, at the ICCT Theater on the Fairgrounds
Call backs Sunday, October 2, 1pm-4pm, at the Robert A. Lee Recreation Center
Please prepare a song from the show or a standard from the 40’s or early 50’s. Please be prepared to dance (comfortable clothes and shoes that you can move in).
CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
BOB WALLACE – (late 20’s to mid 30’s) A major singing star. A baritone who can move well.
PHIL DAVIS – (late 20’s to mid 30’s) Song and dance partner of the team Wallace and Davis. Bari-tenor, moves well.
BETTY HAYNES – (mid 20’s to mid 30’s) Destined to be a star. Chest mix sound with soprano extension. Moves well.
JUDY HAYNES – (20’s) Other half of the Haynes sisters. Chest mix, strong song and dance performer.
GENERAL HENRY WAVERLY – (late 50’s to mid 60’s) A retired U.S. General. A non- singing role.
MARTHA WATSON – (late 40’s to mid 60’s) Once a Broadway star now the General’s housekeeper at the Inn. Character comedienne with belt voice.
SUSAN WAVERLY – (9 – 12 years old to play 9 years old) The General’s granddaughter. Excellent belt voice and can move well.
RALPH SHELDRAKE – (30’s or 40’s) Army buddy of Bob and Phil’s now a TV mogul. Fast talking NY professional. Baritone.
RITA AND RHODA – (20’s – 30’s) Star chorus girls. Brash, sexy and not too smart.
EZEKIAL FOSTER – (any age) The ultimate taciturn New Englander, must have accent.
MIKE – (20’s to 50’s) Bob and Phil’s stage manager. Over dramatic and hysterical.
TESSIE – Bob and Phil’s assistant.
JIMMY – The proprietor of Jimmy’s Back Room nightclub.
MRS. SNORING MAN
ED SULLIVAN ANNOUNCER
ENSEMBLE: Singers and dancers. This is 1950’s Hollywood movie musical dancing – ballroom, tap and jazz. The ensemble will, over the course of the show, play:
JIMMY’S BACK ROOM CLUBGOERS
TRAIN PASSENGERS / INN GUESTS
PATRONS OF THE REGENCY ROOM
TECH POSITIONS: If you are interested in stage managing, lighting or set construction please contact Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org.