May
5
Sat
Barry Humphries: The Man Behind the Mask
May 5 @ 8:00 pm – Jun 2 @ 10:30 pm
Barry Humphries: The Man Behind the Mask

Famous Artist Barry Humphries bares all in new Australian show

New Tickets Just Released from $75!

 

Celebrated Australian performer Barry Humphries AO, CBE will take Australian audiences on a revealing, FUNNY and moving trip through his colourful life and theatrical career when he tours Australia in May & June 2018 with Barry Humphries: The Man Behind the Mask.

 

In an intimate, confessional evening – seasoned with highly personal, sometimes startling, and occasionally outrageous stories – Australia’s best loved entertainer will be peeling off his mask to introduce the man behind the clown.
For more than 60 years, Humphries has held a mirror to Australia and Australians, revealing their virtues, their foibles, their triumphs and their failings through a gallery of adored characters, including Dame Edna Everage, Sir Les Patterson and Sandy Stone.
Now he will spin the mirror around, exposing his own highs and lows, the good times and the not so good. Themes include Humphries’ Australian childhood, family relationships, attitudes, career and his experiences as one of the world’s most acclaimed entertainers.

“This is a show in which I am the principal character; it’s not Les, it’s not Edna, it’s not Sandy Stone. It is really about this character called ‘me’. I’m not in disguise,” Humphries says.
“It is the story of my generation, it is a story of a life spent in the theatre and a life spent in comedy, and it will show what it is like to be a clown. In a way, this is perhaps the bravest thing I’ve ever done and I hope the most entertaining. I think people might be agreeably shocked and they certainly will learn much they didn’t know.”
Audiences can expect a virtuoso, comic, solo performance filled with laughter, drama and surprise. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and the magic of technology may even allow appearances – or interruptions – by unexpected guests.

 

“Audio-visual technology has made dramatic strides in my life and it’s now possible for me to be on stage with one of my own characters. They may intrude. I might be interrupted,” he hints. “I might even be upstaged!”

 

But while Humphries has retired from “relentlessly touring”, he can’t wait to introduce Australians to this new phase in his creative life.

“I’m rather proud of what I’ve done in my career. It’s constantly surprising, it’s very stimulating and it’s wonderful to look back on, and to look forward to. It’s still going strong, and with a vengeance.”

 

Barry Humphries: The Man Behind the Mask is being produced and promoted by TEG DAINTY.

“We are thrilled to welcome back one of Australia’s greatest ever performers and to introduce audiences to the man behind the characters we all know and love,” TEG DAINTY President and CEO Paul Dainty said.

 

“I can’t wait to hear Barry’s stories and to join him on his next creative adventure.”

 

Barry Humphries: The Man Behind the Mask plays in Newcastle, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Geelong.

 

“I’m enjoying myself on stage more than ever, thanks to my dear friend, the Australian Audience.”

 

Barry Humphries: The Man Behind the Mask national tour dates:

 

NEWCASTLE: Saturday 5 May, 8pm and Sunday 6 May, 1pm at Civic Theatre Newcastle

BRISBANE: Thursday 10 May, 3pm & 8pm at Concert Hall, QPAC

GOLD COAST: Saturday 12 May, 8pm and Sunday 13 May 3pm at The Star Gold Coast

CANBERRA: Wednesday 16 May, 8pm at Royal Theatre Canberra

SYDNEY: Thursday 17 May, 8pm and Friday 18 May, 8pm at Darling Harbour Theatre, ICC Sydney

MELBOURNE: Wednesday 23, Thursday 24, Friday 25, and Saturday 26 May at 8pm Hamer Hall

ADELAIDE: Wednesday 30 May, 8pm and Thursday 31 May, 8pm at Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre

GEELONG:  Saturday 2 June, 2pm & 8pm at Deakin’s Costa Hall

 

Tour details at http://www.tegdainty.com/tour/barry-humphries-man-behind-mask/

May
25
Fri
Spring Awakening
May 25 @ 8:00 pm – Jun 2 @ 8:00 pm
Spring Awakening

25th May to 2nd June 2018
Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale

Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening celebrates the unforgettable journey from youth to adulthood with power, poignancy, and passion.

With an electrifying score that swings from folk to rock, Spring Awakening follows the unforgettable journey of a group of students in late 19th century Germany as they move from adolescence into adulthood. Facing both the devastation and the wonder of sexuality and self-discovery, the characters navigate through their coming-of-age despite parents and authority figures who are intent on withholding information and suppressing thought and expression.

Adapted from Frank Wedekind’s 1891 expressionist play about the trials, tears and exhilaration of the teen years, which was banned in its time, this modern masterpiece is an exhilarating fusion of morality, sexuality and rock & roll.

Director/Choreographer: Angela Phillips
Musical Director: Malcom Huddle

Please note: This production contains adult themes, course language, nudity and simulated sex.

CAST

Melchior – Giles Adams
Wendla – Alanah Parkin
Moritz – Daniel Nieborski
Ilse – Natasha Rayner
Hanschen – Ashley Wilsnach
Martha – Alarna Summers
Ernst – Dylan Tijan
Georg – Henry Hulstrom
Otto – Liam Charleston
Thea – Amelia Little
Anna – Imogen Whittaker
Robert – Andrew Price
Marianna – Alicia Leckie
Melitta – Esme James
Adult Man – Dan Bellis
Adult Woman – Sarah Somers

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Jun
1
Fri
Singin’ in the Rain @ The Whitehorse Centre
Jun 1 @ 8:00 pm – Jun 16 @ 10:30 pm
Singin' in the Rain @ The Whitehorse Centre | Nunawading | Victoria | Australia

When

Friday 1 June 8pm – Gala Supper
Saturday 2 June 8pm
Sunday 3 June 2pm

Thursday 7 June 8pm
Friday 8 June 8pm
Saturday 9 June 2pm
Saturday 9 June 8pm
Sunday 10 June 2pm

Thursday 14 June 8pm
Friday 15 June 8pm
Saturday 16 June 2pm

Where

The Whitehorse Centre
397 Whitehorse Rd, Nunawading, 3131

Contact

Babirra Music Theatre

babirra.org.au

9262 6555

Synopsis

Singin’ In The Rain takes us back to the golden age of cinema, 1927 Hollywood. Set during the advent of the ‘talkies’, it traces the uncertainty that afflicted the motion picture industry when films transitioned from silent to sound. Monumental Pictures’ powerful on-screen couple, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont, are threatened when Lina’s less-than-dulcet tones make her unsuitable for their first talking feature ‘The Duelling Cavalier’. Enter studio singer Kathy Selden, a woman who lacks stardom but possesses intelligence and a beautiful voice to win the heart of Don Lockwood. Can Don and Kathy find a solution to Lina’s shrill voice to salvage the movie and Don’s career?

 

Don’t miss the chance to see some of the most famous tap-dance numbers, Moses Supposes, Good Morning and Singin’ in the Rain, and filled with every memorable moment from the 1952 film and a downpour of unforgettable songs, Babirra Music Theatre’s production is pure, fun-filled entertainment and will bring the ‘rain’ to The Whitehorse Centre in June!

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Season: 1 – 16 June 2018

Opening: Friday, 1 June, 8PM + Gala Supper

Times: Thurs – Sat, 8PM | Sat & Sun 2PM

Venue: The Whitehorse Centre, 397 Whitehorse Rd, Nunawading, 3131

Bookings: babirra.org.au | 9262 6555

Tickets: Full $45 | Conc $41 | Child $37

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Cast

DON LOCKWOOD | Robbie Wilton
KATHY SELDEN | Abbey Hansson
COSMO BROWN | Jeremy Russo
LINA LAMONT | Emily Mignot
R.F. SIMPSON | Tim Murphy
DORA BAILEY / MISS DINSMORE | Ashleigh Psaila
ROSCOE DEXTER | David Miller
YOUNG DON | Lachlan Sonnemann
YOUNG COSMO | Joshua Simos-Garner
PRODUCTION TENOR | Shane Pritchard
Ensemble

Rachel Beard (Zelda Zanders)
Stephanie Clare-Cover
Keshia Contini
Laura De Iongh
Beth Hanlon
Emily Kay
Chiew-Jin Khut
Matilda Lamb
Eliza Mignot
Molly Pethick
Hayley Wootten
Chase Young

Lachlan Alexander
Luke Bortignon
Mark Cluning
Bryce Dunn
Simon Evans
James Kaiser
Liam McWhinney (Rod)
Nic Russ
Josh Trippett
Jesse Vasilliadis

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Production Team

DIRECTOR | Alan Burrows
MUSICAL DIRECTOR | Amy Wert
CHOREOGRAPHER | Kristy Griffin
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR | Gabrielle O’Brien
SET DESIGNER | Barry Pearce
COSTUME DESIGNER | Elizabeth Wighton
LIGHTING DESIGNER | Derek Hartwick
SOUND DESIGNER | LSS Productions
STAGE MANAGER | Andrew Roberts

Jun
2
Sat
The Pack – A Timeless Set of Swing Hits @ Chapel Off Chapel
Jun 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A hit new show featuring a timeless set of swing hits from the producer who staged ‘Motown Live’. This action packed concert highlights music legends of 1950 from Cole Porter, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jnr, Ella Fitzgerald to modern sensations such as Michael Bublé.

For one night only, experience the everlasting classics your bound to know and love, such as “Come Fly With Me” (Frank Sinatra), “The Candy Man” (Sammy Davis Jr), “Fever” (Michael Bublé), “Mack The Knife” (Bobby Darin).

The Pack - Swing Hits

Inspired by the unrivalled sharkskin cool vibes of The Rat Pack, these song and dance men will keep you entertained in the finest tribute concert of swing.

Adam Di Martino brings “Stunningly perfect vocals” – Theatre Press

Jordon Mahar delivers “Formidable and talented vocal range” – Aussie Theatre

James Terry has “Real class and rich baritone vocals” – Stage Whispers

Tickets On Sale – https://goo.gl/EFxpS1
$49 Full – $45 Group (6+)
One Show Only – Saturday, June 2 7:00pm

Pictures: Songs From Movie Musicals @ Chapel Off Chapel
Jun 2 @ 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Winning Australia’s hearts and a Helpmann Award for her role as Eponine in Les Misérables, Kerrie Anne Greenland now brings her solo show, Pictures: Songs from Movie Musicals, to Melbourne for one special, spectacular evening at Chapel off Chapel!

TICKETS – https://goo.gl/dJoPLn

Based on her chart-topping album of the same title, audiences will be delighted to a witty and heartfelt journey through musical theatre hits from the silver screen.

With musical direction by Joshua James Webb, the show features the soundtrack of movies including Les Miserables, Mamma Mia, The Jazz Singer, Carousel, Dreamgirls, A Chorus Line, Cabaret, and Disney favourites.

“Ferociously charismatic and commanding” – Theatrepress.

DATE: Saturday, June 2
TIME: 8:30pm
TICKETS $49 Full, $45 Group (6+) DURATION 60 Minutes (no interval)

Kerrie-Anne-Greenland

Jun
4
Mon
Chicago
Jun 4 @ 6:30 pm – Jun 6 @ 6:30 pm
Chicago

 

Book by Bob Fosse Music by John Kander Based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins Book and Lyrics by Fred Ebb

 Production Description

Premiering in 1975 and the hit of the 1997 Broadway season in a production that originated at City Center’s Encore! series, CHICAGO won six Tony Awards including Best Revival and later, the Academy Award as Best Picture of the Year.

In roaring twenties Chicago, Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap… until he finds out he’s been dumped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another “Merry Murderess” Velma Kelly, vie for the spotlight and the headlines, ultimately joining forces in search of the “American Dream”: fame, fortune, and acquittal.

Production Team

Director: Craig Maloney
Musical Director: Peter Verhagen
Choreographer: Renée Maloney

Audition Dates

Vocal Auditions: Monday 4th & Wednesday 6th June from 7.30pm
Dance Audition: Sunday 10th June – 3.30-5.00pm
Callbacks: 6pm onwards (as required)

Book now via email [email protected]

Rehearsal Dates

Commencing Wednesday 13th June
Monday 7.30 -10.30, Wednesday 7.30 -10.30 and Sundays 1.00-5.30pm

Performance Dates

7-15 September @ the Doncaster Playhouse

Audition Location

Phoenix HQ – 105 Leeds Street, Doncaster East

What to Prepare

Please prepare 2 contrasting pieces in the style of the show. Please do not sing a song from the show. Dialogue will also be emailed upon audition booking.

A piano accompanist will be provided, so please come with sheet music for your song in the correct key and in a folder.


Seeking the Following Roles;

Roxie Hart: Age 20-35. (Range: Mezzo-Soprano, F3-B4) Innocent, sexy, desperate, selfish. Roxie is not very bright and never thinks about the consequences of her actions before she says or does things. Every move is selfish, every idea foolish and ill-considered, and yet she remains strangely sympathetic because we know her selfishness is not malicious; but childish. All Roxie cares about is getting into Vaudeville. Needs to be a strong actress, singer and dancer

Velma Kelly: Age 25-45. (Range: Alto, E3-D5) Sarcastic, sexy, tough, funny. Velma is a former vaudeville performer who also serves as the hostess. She often talks directly to the audience. She killed her husband and her sister after finding them together. Used to being the “headliner” she learns to hold her tongue and make nice to save her vaudeville career. Needs to be a strong actress, singer and dancer.

Billy Flynn: Age 35+. (Range: Baritone, Bb2-G4) Sexy, persuasive, manipulative, masculine. Billy is a suave, educated lawyer who can persuade anyone to do anything. Billy will take any case as long as it is sure to put money in his pocket. Billy is a lot like a Hollywood Agent. Needs to be a strong actor / strong vocals / dancer.

Amos Hart: Age 30+ (Range: Baritone, C3-F#4) Charming, funny, vulnerable, timid man. Amos is an average guy, not very good looking, not very smart. Manipulated easily, Amos is the only character in Chicago whose motives are entirely pure, never selfish and he’s the only character who really loses ultimately. Strong character actor / strong vocals

Matron “Mama” Morton: Age 35+. (Range: Alto, F#3-Bb4) Sexy, funny, powerful and tough. The matron of the Cook County Jail who believes that all favours she gives should be reciprocated or paid for. Needs to be strong character actor, strong vocals – Belt

Mary Sunshine: Any age ( Male or Female). (Range: Soprano, Bb3-Bb5) Soprano or counter tenor who can sing legitimately up to a high B flat projects image of a good natured talk show hostess but is actually a high powered gossip columnist. Must have good comedic timing and presence.

Female Ensemble

Hunyak: Accused of chopping off her husband’s head. She is actually innocent (one of the only ones), but because she only speaks Hungarian and refuses to plead guilty, she is found guilty and hanged. **This is a challenging role as all her lines are in Hungarian. Would like this actress to have a strong background ballet.

Liz: (Range: Ensemble, A3-C#5) Killed her husband with a shotgun because he “popped” his gum. Strong vocals / Dancer

Annie: (Range: Ensemble, A3-C#5) Found out her husband had several wives and killed him with Arsenic. Strong vocals / Dancer

June: (Range: Ensemble, A3-C#5) Killed her husband with a carving knife after he found out she cheated on him. Strong vocals / Dancer

Mona: (Range: Ensemble, A3-C#5) Killed her boyfriend after she found out he was sleeping around. Strong vocals / Dancer

Go-to-Hell Kitty: (Range: Ensemble, A3-C#5) Kills her boyfriend in her apartment after coming home and finding him with two girls. She is wealthy but crazy

Male Ensemble x 4: Must be good singers and movers to fill the following roles:

–       Announcer

–       Fred Casely

–       Sgt Fogerty

–       Aaron

–       Foreman

–       Harrison

–       Judge

–       Clerk etc

Dusty
Jun 4 @ 8:00 pm – Jun 10 @ 10:00 pm
Dusty

 

BABIRRA MUSIC THEATRE Inc.

We are excited to announce auditions for our October 2018 production of:

 

DUSTY – THE ORIGINAL POP DIVA

 

Before Adele. Before Gaga. Before Kylie, Cher and Madonna…

…There was Dusty.


Dusty – The Original Pop Diva
 is an Australian-written jukebox musical based on the life of the UK’s first lady of pop music, Dusty Springfield. It features a catalogue of the late singer’s classic hits and a book by John-Michael Howson, David Mitchell and Melvyn Morrow. Dusty Springfield was a pioneer of popular music and culture. With the arrival of television and the commercialisation of the music industry, the world had never before seen a star like her.

In the 1950s, a star-struck, tomboyish London schoolgirl fantasises she could become a glamorous pop icon. Although her family laugh-off her fantasies, nothing deters her. Blessed with an amazing voice and talent, young Mary O’Brien transforms herself into the iconic Dusty Springfield. But while Dusty is the image of perfection on the world stage, it is all a facade behind which, Mary O’Brien is trapped.

In the 1960s, Dusty took the entertainment world by storm with a score of hits, a top television show and a legion of fans. But the success she craved is unfulfilling and real happiness eludes her. Driven by her sense of perfection, and with her closest friends in tow, Dusty continues to search for her “sound”. Through her journey, she discovers a longing to be loved by a woman who could cause her career irreparable damage, and at the pinnacle of international success — with triumphs in Britain and America — Dusty finds the pressure unbearable.

Unable to be what the world expects, and finding the spotlight’s heat can burn, she retreats to a lonely place where her demons get the better of her. Eventually finding strength in adversity, Dusty returns to soar at the top.

BABIRRA Music Theatre, along with the production team of Dusty — The Original Pop Diva, are tremendously excited to bring this unique and seldom performed production to audiences this October. We are seeking a vibrant and versatile cast to join us as we pay tribute to one of the 20th Century’s brightest stars.
PRODUCTION TEAM
Director: Christian Cavallo
Musical Director: Stacey-Louise Camilleri
Choreographer: Jessica Mohi

AUDITION DATES
Monday 4 June 8pm to 11pm
Tuesday 5 June 8pm to 11pm
Wednesday 6 June 8pm to 11pm
Sunday 10 June 7pm to 10pm

Dance Audition: Monday 11 June from 8pm. Please bring jazz shoes and chorus heels. Please wear fitted gym / dance wear.

Call backs: Wednesday 13 June from 8:00pm

VENUE
Highfield Road Uniting Church Hall, Highfield Road, Canterbury.

 

VENUE – TUESDAY 5th ONLY
Griffin Dance Studio, 294 High St, Kew
REHEARSALS
Monday and Thursday evenings 8pm to 10:30pm and Sunday afternoons 1pm to 5pm.
First rehearsal: Sunday 1 July 2018 at 1pm
REHEARSAL WEEKENDS

Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 August, 10am to 5pm each day

Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 September, 10am to 5pm each day
PERFORMANCE DATES
Friday 12 to Saturday 20 October 2018 (8 performances)
At The Whitehorse Centre, Nunawading.

To book your audition, please send an email to:

[email protected]

or phone the Babirra Audition Line on 0415 554 204.

Further information, including audition requirements and character descriptions can be found on our website:

www.babirra.org.au/html/audition.htm

Jun
5
Tue
An Unseasonable Fall of Snow
Jun 5 @ 7:30 pm – Jun 10 @ 2:00 pm

An Unseasonable Fall of Snow

By Gary Henderson

 

Directed by Div Collins

Audition Dates:

Tuesday 5 June 2018 at 7.30pm

Sunday 10 June 2018 at 2pm

 

Bookings essential for audition time via Director Div Collins [email protected]

or 0403575351

 

Audition Venue:
Bradshaw Street Community Hall
Bradshaw Street (off Buckley Street)
West Essendon  VIC  3040

 

Melways 28B3
Google Maps: https://www.google.com.au/maps/place/Essendon+Theatre+Company/@-37.753079,144.893059,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x6ad65c132fe4d1e9:0xde935373e7f0cb3f

 

Characters summary: 

2M (20s-30s, 30s-40s)

 

Characters:

Arthur – Male, aged 30s-40s. He has no fixed nationality. Arthur is seasoned and curious. At times during the play, he embodies both “good cop” and “bad cop” (but is not a police officer).

 

Liam – Male, aged 20s-30s. He has no fixed nationality. Liam is unsettled, cautious rather than confused.

 

Contact:

All enquires to Director Div Collins at [email protected] or 0403575351

 

Auditions are by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please apply to organise your audition time and for any further information. 

 

Sections from the script are available on request, but will also be available at each audition session.

 

 

Synopsis:

A bewildered young man is questioned by a ruthless interrogator, who circles like a predator, forcing him closer and closer to an awful admission.

 

A compelling investigation of truth, consequences, and the ultimate value of human life. 

 

Rehearsal Period:

Rehearsals will be three times a week, Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30pm & Sundays at 2pm.

 

Performances Dates:
23 August –  26 August & 30 August – 1 September 2018

Thursday, Friday and Saturday Performances at 8pm
Sunday Matinee at 2pm

Jun
8
Fri
Spring Awakening
Jun 8 @ 7:00 pm – Jun 9 @ 10:00 pm
Spring Awakening

GTC is super excited and proud to announce auditions for our first ever musical by arrangement with Hal Leonard PTY LTD:

Spring Awakening
(music by Duncan Sheik and book and lyrics by Steven Sater.)

PRODUCTION TEAM
Director – Tony Bird
Musical Director – Timothy Wilson
Choreographer – Lizzie Pereira

AUDITION DATES
Auditions will be held on the 8th of June from 7pm onwards and on the 9th of June from 10am-afternoon by appointment only.

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS
Please prepare one song from the show, preferably of the character you wish to audition for (feel free to send us an email if you’re unsure which song you should choose) and one contemporary rock number from a musical. Depending on the number of auditionees please be prepared to only sing a section of your song.

CHARACTER BREAKDOWN
Wendla
Innocent. With every passing day, she grows more curious about the world around her and her changing body. Both vulnerable and a willing participant in her evolution. Explores her newly-found sexuality with Melchior.
Gender: Female
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: E3

Melchior
A smart, headstrong boy who refuses to bow down to society’s rules. An atheist and radical student. Struggles with his intense feelings for Wendla and his awakening sexual urges.
Gender: Male
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: B4
Vocal range bottom: G2

Moritz
Melchior’s best friend, a troubled student. He desperately tries to please his father, but always seems to disappoint him. His haunting sexual dreams and academic failures eventually drive him to suicidal thoughts.
Gender: Male
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: A4
Vocal range bottom: C3

Ilse
Martha’s sister, who was also abused and has run away from home to live in an artists’ colony. She reaches out to her old friend Moritz in the last moments of his life.
Gender: Female
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: E3

Martha
A schoolgirl who faces constant physical abuse from her father. She harbors a secret crush towards Moritz.
Gender: Female
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: E3

Hanschen
A rather narcissistic schoolmate of Melchior’s. He is comfortable with his own sexuality and uses his looks and intelligence to captivate Ernst. Optional Doubling as RUPERT.
Gender: Male
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: Ab2

Ernst
A schoolmate of Melchior’s. Naive and easily manipulated, which allows him to fall in love with Hanschen. Optional Doubling as REINHOLD.
Gender: Male
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: A4
Vocal range bottom: Ab2

Thea
Wendla’s best friend. A schoolgirl who tries to stay innocent and pure.
Gender: Female
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: E3

Anna
A German schoolgirl and Martha’s best friend. Optimistic and a bit naive, she has a difficult time understanding Martha’s trials.
Gender: Female
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: E3

Georg
A clumsy schoolmate of Melchoir’s. He is overcome with his feelings for his piano teacher. Optional Doubling as DIETER.
Gender: Male
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: Ab2

Otto
A classmate of Melchior’s. He struggles with feelings he considers inappropriate. Optional Doubling as ULBRECHT.
Gender: Male
Age: 15 to 20
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: Ab2

Adult Woman
Plays a variety of rigid adult roles. Characters include: FRAU BERGMAN, Wendla’s mother; FRAULEIN KNUPPELDICK; FRAULEIN GROSSEBUSTENHALTER; FRAU GABOR, Melchior’s mother; and FRAU BESSELL, Martha’s mother.
Gender: Female
Age: 40 to 50
Vocal range top: A4
Vocal range bottom: D3

Adult Man
Plays a variety of rigid adult roles. Characters include: HERR SONNENSTITCH, the boys’ teacher; HEADMASTER KNOCHENBRUCH; HERR NEUMANN, Ilse’s father; HERR RILOW, Hanschen’s father; HERR STEIFEL, Moritz’s father; FATHER KAULBACH; DOCTOR VON BRAUSEPULVER; HERR GABOR, Melchior’s father; and SCHMIDT.
Gender: Male
Age: 40 to 50
Vocal range top: F4
Vocal range bottom: D3

REHEARSAL
The first cast and crew catch up will be on the 17th of June at 7:30pm.
Rehearsals will be commencing on Sunday the 19th of July and will be every Thursday from 7-10pm and Sunday from 4-8pm. There may be the chance of adding in an extra week night closer to the shows but we will confirm that.
Rehearsal Venue Montrose or Lilydale hall
There will be a compulsory rehearsal camp held at Casa Palloti in Mulgrave. The dates will be confirmed on the first rehearsal.

SHOW DATES AND VENUE
The show will be held on from the 4th-13th of October at St Martins Youth centre in South Yarra

SHOW FEES
GTC has a mandatory cast fee of $30 and a rehearsal camp fee of $20 which is to cover you under our insurance and to help cover expenses for rehearsal camp.

HOW TO BOOK
Send us an email at [email protected] with you preferred day and we’ll reply with your time slot.

Please note we will only be accepting auditionees over the age of 18.

Jun
9
Sat
We Will Rock You @ Bunjil Place Theatre
Jun 9 @ 8:00 pm – Jun 24 @ 10:30 pm
We Will Rock You @ Bunjil Place Theatre | Narre Warren | Victoria | Australia
Set in a not too distant future where all music is produced by the Globalsoft corporation, individuality is extinct and Rock music is just a distant memory, We Will Rock You follows the Bohemians struggle to restore the free exchange of thought, fashion, and (most of all) live music.

The award-winning Windmill Theatre Company present the Victorian Non-Professional Premiere season of We Will Rock You featuring more than 24 of Queen’s biggest hit songs including We Are The Champions, Radio Ga Ga, I Want To Break Free, Somebody To Love, Killer Queen, Don’t Stop Me Now, Under Pressure, Bohemian Rhapsody, Another One Bites The Dust and of course, We Will Rock You.

Presented by Windmill Theatre Company
By QUEEN and Ben Elton

By arrangement with David Spicer Productions
www.davidspicer.com.au

For general ticketing enquiries or to discuss accessibility requirements, please email [email protected] or phone 03 9709 9700.