Auditions

Auditions for Grumpy Old Men – The Musical

and

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – The Musical have been completed.   

 

No further Auditions will occur until March of 2024.  Check back here around March 1, 2024 for more details regarding auditions for the Fall 2024 and Spring 2025 Musicals.

 

   

Grumpy Old Men – The Musical  – October 25-27, 2023

                                           and

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – The Musical – March 26-28, 2024

 

Grumpy Old Men – The Musical – Show Information

Seven (7) Weeks of Rehearsals Begin on Friday, September 1st.
Rehearsals are Saturdays 9 AM to 1:30 PM, Tuesdays 6 PM to 9 PM, Wednesdays 10:30 AM to 1:50 PM, and Fridays 12 Noon to 2:45 PM.
Technical and Dress Rehearsals – October 23rd and 24th.
Show Dates:  October 25th, 26th, and 27th at the Savannah Center.

For Show Synopsis, check out our Grumpy Old Men – The Musical Show Page by clicking the Underlined text.

Grumpy Old Men – The Musical – Cast Information

John Gustafson: Male, 70+
A retired Midwestern high school history teacher. Conservative, finicky and set in his ways. Actor should have impeccable comedic skills and sing well. Jack Lemmon played this role in the film; principal.

Max Goldman: Lead, Male, 70+
A cranky retired TV repairman. He has a knack for insults and wicked practical jokes. Actor should have impeccable comedic skills and sing well. Walter Matthau played this role in the film; principal.

Ariel Truax: Female, 50-59
A beautiful, free-spirited, playful newcomer to town. She’s a college literature professor with a poetic flair, and a sensual air of mystery. Actor must have excellent comedic skills and sing and dance well. Ann-Margret played this role in the film; principal.

Jacob Goldman: plays 35-40
Max’s son. A mild-mannered Minnesota lawyer. Lonely in love and looking for a life change. Must be a strong actor and singer; principal.

Melanie Norton: Female, plays 35-40
John’s daughter. A real estate agent whose marriage is falling apart. She’s longing for a life change – and a warmer climate. Must be a strong actor and singer; principal.

Sandra Snyder: Female, plays 40-59
A nefarious tax collector. Unrelenting and by the books. Must sing and dance well; principal.

Grandpa Gustafson: Male,
To play 94. John’s geriatric father. Has a “who gives a f@#&” attitude”, a brash naughty mouth and sex on the brain; principal.

Chuck Barrels: Male, 60+
To play 69. Owns the general store/bait shop. Kind, wise and easy-going. Loves to fish and tell stories. Sings well; principal.

Punky Barrels: Female, 55+
To play 55. Chuck’s niece. A newcomer to town. Wise-cracking, obtuse and loyal; principal.

Harry: Male, 35-45
Accident-prone postman. Affable. Must be a strong singer and dance well; chorus.

Tim: Male, 40-49
The town’s dubious minister. Must be a strong singer and dance well; chorus.

Unis: Female, 40-49
An avid bird-watcher. Married to Tim. Must be a strong singer and dance well; chorus.

Stan: Male, 50-59
A timid, brow-beaten polka champion. Must be a strong singer and dance well; chorus.

Fran: Female, 50-59
Married to Stan. The domineering, self-righteous town gossip. Must be a strong singer and dance well; chorus.

Karla: Female, 18-29
Owns and operates the coffee cart. Friendly and smart. Also plays a nurse. Must be a strong singer and dance well; chorus.

Bo & Lo: Male, 18-29
Young hockey players. Also play moving men and orderlies. Must be strong singers and dance well.

 

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – The Musical – Show Information

Show Dates are March 26-28, 2024.

Music & Dance Rehearsals begin, Tuesday, January 16, 2024

For Show Synopsis, check out our Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – The Musical Show Page by Clicking the Underlined text.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – The Musical – Cast Information

Leads/Supporting Roles: 3M/3W, Ensemble: 8‐12 Men and Women

Lawrence Jameson ‐ Male, 40s‐60s, Tenor. An experienced British con artist who is sophisticated, suave, and elegant. Dialects: British RP, German.

Freddy Benson ‐ Male, 20s‐30s, Tenor. A young, clever, aspiring American con artist. He is a sloppy, yet an attractive womanizer. Has a romance with Christine. Dialects: Various American, Dimwit.

Christine Colgate – Female, 20s‐40s, Mezzo‐Soprano. A seemingly good‐natured American heiress, vacationing on the French Riviera, with a huge secret. Naive and clueless at first, she becomes cunning and mischievous. Has a romance with Freddy. Dialect: General American. Vocal range: A3‐ F#5

Andre Thibault ‐ Male, 30s‐50s, Baritenor. Lawrence’s French assistant. Official and mostly serious, he has a light‐hearted nature and a quirky sense of humor. Has a romance with Muriel. Dialect: French. Vocal range: F2‐F4

Muriel Eubanks ‐ Female, 30s‐50s, Alto. A wealthy and attractive American socialite from Nebraska, she one of Lawrence’s victims and Andre’s subsequent love interest. Dialects: Omaha, Nebraska/General American. Vocal range: E3‐C5

Jolene Oakes ‐ Female, 20s‐30s, Mezzo‐Alto. An American heiress from Oklahoma and the “Princess of Petroleum,” she is very eager, optimistic, and energetic. Blend of a southern firecracker and a southern belle. Dialect: Southern (severity of drawl/”R’s” is open to discussion). Vocal range: A3‐D5

Ensemble ‐ Men & Women, Various ages, vocal ranges, and dialects. Will be playing multiple roles, such as tourists/citizens, maids/butlers/wait staff, business roles, con artist victims, and atmospheric individuals. There are multiple opportunities for featured/solo singing, dance, and dialogue moments.