The Alliance Theatre is holding an open call for its upcoming production of Avenue X, which takes place in 1960s Brooklyn and requires excellent a cappella singers to perform the score of doo-wop and R&B. Actors should prepare one song (Musical, POP/Rock, or Gospel) accompanist will be provided.
Auditions are by appointment only on July 9. To schedule an audition time call the audition hotline at 404.733.4622. If you have any specific questions, please call DayRon J. Miles at 404-733-5054.
Production Venue: Alliance Stage
First Rehearsal: December 15, 2009
Opening: January 20, 2010
Closing: February 7, 2010
When: Thursday July 9, 2009
Where: Rehearsal Hall #2, 3rd floor Woodruff Art Center, 1280 Peachtree Street, 30309
CHUCK: 20s, Italian American, old world machismo and a quick temper. Capable of violence, but also capable of lifetime loyalty. A lover AND a fighter. Vocally Baritone with high B flat and a great falsetto.
PASQUALE: 20s, Italian-American, idealistic and ambitious. A survivor who thinks on his feet and believes in making his own opportunity. Smart and street smart. Vocally Baritone with high B flat and a great falsetto.
UBAZZ: 20s, Italian American, not the brightest bulb, but with a huge heart. Easily influenced and easily confused. Vocally Bass with a low G.
BARBARA: 20s – could be younger or older than her brother Pasquale, Italian American, smart and impatient, but frustrated by her life’s limitations. A drinker who’s verging on “bad girl” territory, but not there yet. Vocally is an Alto.
MILTON: 20s, African American, determined to find a way out of Brooklyn. Big heart but a quick temper and even quicker wit. Total survivor. Vocally a Bari-tenor
WINSTON: 20s to early 30s, Jamaican-American, asthmatic. A charmer who avoids violence and is looking for a guide. Vocally a Bari-tenor.
ROSCOE: 50s plus, African American, disappointed by his life and with a just below the surface rage as a result. A drinker who was once almost an R and B star. Vocally a Baritone.