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AUDITIONS

Spring 2017
Dreamgirls logo 

Additional audition date:
Sunday, February 19 at 6:30pm

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Director: Bob Cline
Choreographer: Amy Shera
Musical Director: Gonzalo Valencia

Performance Dates
April 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30

Audition Dates
Sunday, January 29 at 6pm
Friday, February 3 at 7pm
Sunday, February 5 at 2pm
Sunday, February 19 at 6:30pm

The door will open 30 minutes before start time.
Sign-in lasts for one hour.

People are seen in order of sign-in.
No appointments.

Please prepare a song (16 to 32 bars) in the style of the show (or from the show) suitable for the character for which you are auditioning (if applicable).  An accompanist is provided. Please bring sheet music in the correct key.

Please bring a headshot and resume, if available.

Location for auditions and rehearsals

M. O. C. Studio
494 Valley Road
Upper Montclair, NJ  07043

When coming to audition, please respect our neighbors - do not park in the lot by the apartments next to the studio.  Your car will be ticketed and towed.

CAST INFO

Principals

Effie Melody White lead singer for the Dreamettes
Deena Jones backup singer of the Dreamettes; later lead singer
Lorrell Robinson backup singer of the Dreamettes
Michelle Morris backup singer, replacement for Effie
C. C. (Clarence Conrad) White composer and brother of Effie
Curtis Taylor, Jr. Cadillac dealer and manager of the Dreams
Marty theatrical agent for J. T. Early
Jimmy (James Thunder) Early principal soul singer

Supporting

Stepp Sisters four girl singers; non-speaking
Charlene backup singer for J. T. Early
Joann backup singer for J. T. Early
M. C. master of ceremonies, Apollo Theatre
Tiny Joe Dixon winning talent contest singer; non-speaking
Little Albert & The Tru-Tones male quintet; non-speaking
Band (The James Early Band) six male singers; non-speaking
Wayne record producer/director
Dave solo tenor; non-speaking
Sweethearts two girl backup singers; non-speaking
Frank press agent
Jerry Norman nightclub owner
Carl nightclub pianist; non-speaking
Five Tuxedos male quintet; non-speaking
Les Styles girls' backup quartet; non-speaking
Edna Burke applause meter reader; non-speaking
Dwight TV studio director
Stage Manager TV studio
Brian pit orchestra drummer; non-speaking
Mr. Morgan Effie's lawyer
Security guard backstage, Chicago

Ensemble

Chorus Men & Women
Fans
Reporter
Stagehands
Party guests

ABOUT THE SHOW
Please visit the show page at Tams-Witmark:
http://www.tamswitmark.com/shows/dreamgirls/

M.O.C. is known for its Ensembles and
Live Orchestras.

M.O.C. supports non-traditional casting

Technician inquiries are also welcome.
ALL production/technical staffs are welcome.

Please direct questions to info@mocmusicals.org.