Current auditions:

 

Past Auditions:

What Would Crazy Horse Do? 

The Invisible Hand

A Christmas Carol


General Audition Information
2016/2017 Season

A Christmas Carol YOUTH Auditions –

THE OPEN CALL FOR ADULT PERFORMERS WAS HELD IN APRIL

Available Roles:

Martha Cratchit; 2 female teenage artists; Strong actress and singer

Peter Cratchit; 2 male teenage artists; Strong actor and singer

Belinda Cratchit; 2 female artists under 12; Strong actress and singer

Tim Cratchit; 2 young artists; Strong actor or actress

Simon/Scrooge (as a boy); 2 male artists under 12; Strong actor and singer

Want (Ghost of Present); A Christmas Carol; 2 artists; A girl under 12

Ignorance (Ghost of Present); A Christmas Carol; 2 artists; A boy under 12

Urchin: 2 artists; Various gender and ages under 17

Youth Ensemble; 12 artists; various gender under 17

Teen Ensemble; 12 artists; various gender under 17

Ghost of Past Sprites

An audition reader and accompanist will be provided. The audition location: James C. Olsen Performing Arts Center, Room 119; 4949 Cherry St; Kansas City, MO. 64110

Sunday, September 25th from 5pm – 9pm Tuesday, September 27 from 4pm – 8pm

To schedule an audition time, please contact our company manager, Stacy Myers at kcrepauditions@gmail.com and include a digital headshot and your contact information.  In order to accommodate the high volume of inquires, please allow a couple of days for a reply or confirmation.

 


What Would Crazy Horse Do?  Auditions – Open Call for all self-identifying Native American and Trans* adult artists in the Kansas City area.

Monday, July 18th, from 3-5pm This Open Call for adult performers is designed to acquaint our organization with local artists who wish to be considered for upcoming projects.  As we support a diverse body of new work, we are excited to expand opportunities for a broad range of artists.  All Native American and Trans* performers are encouraged to schedule an appointment. Auditions will be scheduled in 10 minute slots by appointment only.

To schedule an audition time, please contact our company manager, Stacy Myers at kcrepauditions@gmail.com and include a picture and your contact information.  In order to accommodate the high volume of inquiries, please allow a couple of days for a reply or confirmation.


 

The Invisible Hand Auditions  Open Call Audition for South-Asian/Middle-Eastern adult performers in their upcoming production of The Invisible Hand.

Monday, July 18th from 1pm – 7pm. Audition/interviews will be scheduled in 10 minute slots by appointment only.

To schedule an audition time, please contact our company manager, Stacy Myers at kcrepauditions@gmail.com and include a picture and your contact information.  In order to accommodate the high volume of inquiries, please allow a couple of days for a reply or confirmation. A confirmation email with specific information about audition materials, rehearsal and performance schedules and other frequently asked questions will be sent after an audition time is scheduled.

 


2016/2017 Season

 If you wish to be considered for our upcoming productions listed below, please contact the Associate Artistic Director, Jason Chanos at chanosj@kcrep.org and include a digital headshot, resume, and your contact information.

Evita

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Lyrics by Tim Rice

Directed by Eric Rosen

Spencer Theatre

1st Rehearsal – Aug 16

Opening – Sept 16

Closing – Oct 2

 

Available Roles:

Eva Peron – Female, late 20’s – mid 40’s, Latina, Mezzo-Soprano

Che – Male, late 20’s – mid 40’s, Latino, Tenor

Juan Peron – Male, late 20’s – mid 40’s, Latino, Baritone

Magaldi – Male, late 20’s – early 30’s, Latino, Tenor

Mistress – Female, late teens – early 20’s, Latina, Soprano

Adult Chorus

 


The Invisible Hand

Kansas City premiere

Written by Ayad Akhtar

Directed by Jerry Genochio

Copaken Stage

1st Rehearsal – Sept 20

Opening – Oct 21

Closing – Nov 13

 

Available Roles:

Dar – Male, 20s, South Asian / Middle Eastern, speaks Punjabi

Nick Bright – Male, 30s

Bashir – Male, 20s – 30s, South Asian / Middle Eastern, speaks Punjabi

Imam Saleem – Male, 40s, South Asian / Middle Eastern, speaks Punjabi  

 


A Christmas Carol

Based on the book by Charles Dickens

Adapted by Barbara Fields

Directed by Jerry Genochio

Spencer Theatre

1st Rehearsal – Oct 28

Opening – Nov 26

Closing – Dec 24  

 

Available Roles:

Scrooge

Dickens

Cratchit

Present / Solicitor #1

Past / Solicitor #2

Future / Solicitor #3

Fred

Marley

Fan

Fezziwig

Albert Hall

Dick Wilkins / 1st Young Man / Marley Ghost

2nd Young Man / Marley Ghost

Young Ebenezer

Belle / Soprano

Cratchit

Fred

Topper / Associate 1

Bed / Associate 2 Serious

Sister / Marley Ghost

Aunt Fezzi / Giggly Sister / 2nd Solo Soprano

Old Joe

Laundress

Charwoman

Bobby / Poulterer / Marley Ghost

 


The Santaland Diaries

Written by David Sedaris

Adapted for the stage by Joe Mantello

Directed by Eric Rosen

Copaken Stage

1st Rehearsal – Dec 3

Opening – Dec 10

Closing – Dec 24  

 

Available Roles:

Elf – male, 30s

Musician – female, 30s, musical

 


Constellations

Kansas City premiere

Written by Nick Payne

Directed by Eric Rosen

Copaken Stage

1st Rehearsal – Jan 31

Opening – March 3

Closing – March 26

 

Available Roles:

Marianne – Female, 30’s

Roland – Male, 30’s

 


A Raisin in the Sun

Written by Lorraine Hansberry

Directed by Marissa Wolf & Chip Miller

Spencer Theatre

1st Rehearsal – Feb 21

Opening – March 24

Closing – April 16

 

Available Roles:

Lena Younger – Female, early 60s, Black

Beneatha Younger – Female, early 20s, Black

Walter Younger – Male, mid-30s, Black

Ruth Younger – Female, early 30s, Black

Travis Younger – Male, 8-11, Black

Joseph Asagai – Male, 20s-30s, Black

George Murchison – Male, 20s – 30s, Black

Johnson – Female, 50s, Black

Karl Lindner – Male, 40s, White

Bobo – Male, 30s, Black  

 


Origin KC New Works Festival

Copaken Stage in rotating rep

Curated by Marissa Wolf, Director of New Works

1st Rehearsals – March 28

Opening – April 28

Closing – May 21  

 

What Would Crazy Horse Do?

A World Premiere

Written by Larissa FastHorse

Directed by TBD

 

Journey Good Eagle – Female, 26, Native American, Calvin’s twin sister

Calvin Good Eagle – Male, 26, Native American, Journey’s twin brother

Evan Atwood – Female, 30-45, Caucasian (Anglo looking)

Rebel Shaw – Male, 35-45, Caucasian (Anglo looking)

 


Man in Love

A World Premiere

Written by Christina Anderson

Directed by Marissa Wolf

 

Paul Pare Jr – Male, mid 20s, black

Darlynn – Female, mid 30s, black

Bernice – Transgender Female, mid 30s, white

Walker – Male, early 30s, white

Leigh – Male, late 20s, person of color passing as white

Hazel – Female, early 20s, person of color passing as white

 

 

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