NCT's 2015 production of A CHORUS LINE. Photo by Curtis Brown.
Raleigh Auditions for
DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
Director: Sam Scalamoni
Choreographer: Michael Whitney Music Director: Edward G. Robinson
Audition Date: Sunday, March 19
Strong singer/actors for principal roles (listed below) – By appointment only
Male and female singers to play character parts – By appointment only
Male and female Dancers with strong ballet technique (ages 18+ in appearance) at 2:00pm - Dancers must email to be added to list.
All Raleigh appointments are Sunday, March 19, there is no alternate local audition date.
Location: NC Theatre Conservatory/Studios, 3043 Barrow Drive, Raleigh NC 27616
SEEKING TO CAST THE FOLLOWING:
MAURICE: Mid 40’s – late 50’s. Belle’s father. An eccentric inventor. Comic, warm, sincere and immensely lovable. Devoted to his daughter. Short and stout is good. Not obese. Vocal range: Character voice to a D.
LE FOU: Mid 20’s – mid 30’s. No taller than 5’8”. Gaston’s adoring hanger-on buddy. His entire being is centered around serving Gaston. A true fall guy. A buffoon in every sense of the word. A dim wit. Must be able to handle physical comedy and move well. Must be able to sing and do a strong character voice. Vocal range: to a G.
MRS. POTTS: Early 40’s – early 50’s. A plump sweet-faced English teapot. A kind hearted maternal cook. She takes no guff from anyone. The mother figure of the castle household. Sings the title song. Vocal range: Lyrical alto down to low F sharp with a convincing English accent.
COGSWORTH: Mid 30’s – late 40’s. A manic, officious English Major Domo. Someone wound him up way too tight and he has never wound down. A slightly snooty Brit, with a heart of gold. He thinks that he is in charge of the household, but no one ever listens to him. English accent required. Vocal range: Character voice, not much singing.
BABETTE: Early 20’s – early 30’s. A beautiful feather duster. Continually teases Lumiere. Must dance. Not too bright. Voluptuous, tall with a “show-girl” body. French accent required. Should move well. Vocal range: Broadway belt with a legit soprano.
WARDROBE: Late 30’s – early 50’s. Warm, friendly, comedic, vain old girl. Very theatrical. Had pretensions to an operatic career. Should have an ample build, but not obese. Loud laugh, the life of the party – always talking about “the stage” and her lost glamour. Vocal range: Legit operatic mezzo to G or B Flat.
CHIP: Pre-adolescent boy, 8 – 10 years old. To play an adorable, inquisitive 8 year old tea-cup. MUST SING.
ENSEMBLE: MALE and FEMALE SINGERS – Standard Broadway style singers able to play character roles. Must move well (those making the vocal cut will be asked to a movement audition later in the afternoon.)
Those auditioning for the above principal roles or ensemble singers will be seen by appointment only. To be considered for an appointment please email your head-shot and resume to email@example.com with the Principal role or “Ensemble” in the subject line. Submission does not guarantee an appointment but you will be notified either way no later than March 12th. All given an appointment must bring a hard copy of head shot/resume. Principals will be asked to sing the character's song from the show (to be emailed upon appointment confirmation). Ensemble singers for character parts should bring sheet music in your key (standard Broadway song showing range and character.) Callbacks are the same day. Principals called back will be given sides to read. Ensemble singers may be asked to stay and dance.
DANCE CALL FOR MALE AND FEMALE DANCERS WITH STRONG BALLET TECHNIQUE – 2:00PM
Please come prepared to dance; ladies please bring character heels. Email your head-shot and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to have your name added to the list. Please make sure your resume reflects dance training and experience. On day of audition, please bring hard copy of head-shot/resume and sheet music from a standard Broadway song in your key showing range and character.
REHEARSALS AND PERFORMANCES
DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST will rehearse at the NC Theatre Conservatory and Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. 1st full company rehearsals begin Monday, July 10th. Show run is July 25th through 30th. Performances are at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. Click here for the tentative rehearsal/performance schedule. Local, non-Equity performers follow the green coded rehearsal/performance hours. Equity performers follow both yellow and green rehearsal/performance hours. Do not submit your resume for an appointment or accept the audition if you have any conflicts.
Enthusiastic individuals with telesales experience to sell season tickets and solicit donations to support North Carolina Theatre. $8/hr. plus commission.
To apply, email resume to Shannon Plowden at email@example.com. Be sure to include a phone number where you can be reached between the hours of 9AM and 5PM.
North Carolina Theatre is the Triangle's premiere non-profit professional producing theatre. Internships at NC Theatre give students an excellent hands-on experience working in the performing arts. We strive to give our interns rewarding projects and rare and exciting learning experiences.
NC Theatre is always looking for enthusiastic interns for our Development (Fundraising), Marketing/Public Relations, and Production Departments. Interns work directly with individual department heads and staff, and leave the program with real experience and insight into the live entertainment industry.
Now accepting applications for Summer 2017 Interns in all departments!
There are no specific time requirements for the development and marketing internships. We expect a strong work ethic and high standards of performance. In return, interns are treated as members of the staff and receive valuable hands-on experience. We ask that all interns be dependable, conscientious, and energetic. We work with students on establishing a weekly schedule that works with their classes and other obligations.
For the development and marketing internships NC Theatre will assist interns to meet the credit requirements of their school, but all arrangements must be made by the intern. Internships for credit are preferred, however, you do not have to be a current student to be considered.
Intern positions are non-paid with no housing or travel stipend. NC Theatre internships offer invaluable hands-on experience in a professional nonprofit theatre and the opportunity to train with industry leaders. NC Theatre is a great place to work, giving interns an educational experience that leaves them prepared for their next step into an entry-level position within the workforce.
The Marketing Intern works closely with the Marketing Manager and Director of Sales to assist with marketing initiatives & sales tactics for NC Theatre & Conservatory. The intern is exposed to all aspects of marketing, promotions, advertising, patron loyalty, and public relations. Intern will have the opportunity to work with a real working advertising budget, assist on executing an advertising plan including creation of all ad materials for TV, radio, print & collateral pieces, and work within Archtics, the Ticketmaster customer database. Internship also includes the opportunity to plan and execute show promotions and outreach events. Additional duties include archiving shows, updating social media sites, assisting with Playbill layouts, and various administrative duties. Additional experience available with PR opportunities and work on press items and media appearances. Intern should have strong writing and verbal skills, knowledge of MS Office Suite, experience with social media, as well as the ability to multi-task. Photo and video editing experience a plus.
To apply for a marketing internship, complete the administrative application form and send it along with a one-page resume and a cover letter or personal statement. Please print or email your application form to:
Attn: Jessica Guiton
1 E. South St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
Email: Jessica Guiton
The intern will be exposed to all aspects of nonprofit fund development, such as special events, grant writing, database management, the annual fund, and direct mail campaigns. Special events responsibilities include organizing and executing opening night parties, patron dinners, receptions, and the Backer’s Club, a pre-performance reception for leading donors. This position can be tailored to the intern's personal interests, and opportunities for special projects are available for candidates with specific skills. The time commitment is flexible and can be anywhere from 5 to 40 hours a week, with regular hours preferred. This internship is everything you would need to prepare for a development associate position at a nonprofit. Intern should be detail-oriented, self-motivated, and should have excellent writing and communication skills.
To apply for a development internship, complete the administrative application form and send it along with a one-page resume and a personal statement. Please print and mail or email your application form to:
Attn: Melanie Doerner
1 E. South St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
Email: Melanie Doerner
Production interns must be able to commit to nights and weekends for a two to three week rehearsal and show run with no conflicts. Additionally, daytime hours during the tech week for all positions and for the entire period for production/company or stage management interns are preferred. Production intern positions are non-paid with no housing or travel stipends.
- Stage Management
- Company Management
- Director's Assistant
- Choreographer's Assistant
- Musical Director's Assistant
- Wardrobe (Dressers & Stitchers)
- Hair, Wig, & Makeup
- Lighting & Sound
- Sets & Props
- Production Assistants (daytime positions available)
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To apply for a production internship, complete the Production Internship Application form and send it along with a one-page resume and a personal statement. Please print and mail or email your application form to Christopher MacDow (address below). For consideration for a production internship for our Conservatory's summer production of OKLAHOMA or OUR TOWN please also send a copy of application materials to Kimberly Genna Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attn: Christopher MacDow
1 E. South St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
Email: Christopher MacDow
Noah Putterman as Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors. Photo: Curtis Brown Photography
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The Curtain Callers of The North Carolina Theatre provide voluntary assistance to the Theatre and the Conservatory. Membership is open to anyone who has a desire to volunteer at the Theatre or Conservatory and wishes to contribute their time, talents, energies and enthusiasm.
In addition to other experiences, Curtain Callers can be seen helping out in greeting patrons and signing in Backer’s Club members at NCT performances, selling merchandise in the lobby, serving home-cooked meals to crew and cast members at a special dinner held at the end of each show’s run, and managing the Backers Club at NCTC performances.
Along with volunteer work, the Curtain Callers raise money for scholarships for the Conservatory to talented theatre students. The money is raised through merchandise sales, silent auctions and generous donations. In addition to the enjoyment of participating in NCT and NCTC events, Volunteers are offered complimentary tickets to performances. Membership is $25 per year. Membership is also open to students age 16 and over for a discounted rate of $10 per year.
Annual Membership Dues: $25 per season (September - July)
Student Membership Dues: $10
-Attend meetings as able
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-Contribute food or make a cash donation for Cast Dinners held on the final Sunday of each mainstage show.
The volunteer Kickoff Meeting will be held Tuesday, September 13, 2016 at 7:00PM at the Conservatory, 3043 Barrow Drive, Raleigh, NC. Please wear the official Curtain Caller uniform of red on top and black bottoms. For additional information, please e-mail: email@example.com.
2015/16 Curtain Caller Board Members
President: Cherri Johns
Vice President: Beth Marhelko
Treasurer: Jim Flaherty
Secretary: Julie Foley
Volunteer Coordinator: Danalouise Reeves
Backer's Club Manager: Nancy Bard
Merchandise Supervisor: Joanne Fruth
Merchandise Manager: Tracy Chandler
Assistant Backer's Club Manager: Brittany Mead
Silent Auction Chairs: Kim Grissom & Julia Foley