Lone Star Lyric announces auditions for 2018 Summer Festival.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject AUDITION, attach your headshot and resume to request a date/time. Please submit your request & materials by April 5, 2018 to secure an audition time.
If you have performed with LSL in the past please send us an email with your interest.
AUDITION DATES & TIME(S)
Sunday April 8, 2pm-6pm
Tuesday April 10, 7pm-9pm
Lone Star Lyric
1201 Hyde Park Blvd (@ Yoakum)
Houston, TX 77006
Kelli Estes, Artistic Director
Jeremy Wood, auditions accompanist
Barry Sames, Music Director - Latin Rhythms
Jonathan D. Craft, Music Director - Adrift in Macao
Rehearsals June 4-21
Shows - Latin Rhythms: June 15-17
Shows - Adrift in Macao: June 22-24
Fri/Sat - 8pm, Sun - 5pm
All roles paid. (fee includes rehearsals, performances and promotional events)
Internship positions available.
Singing Actors of all voice types.
LATIN RHYTHMS- CABARET - American Songbook & jazz standards
The Texas premiere of:
ADRIFT IN MACAO
Book & Lyrics by Christopher Durang, Music by Peter Melnick
Mixing together farce, camp, and tongue-in-cheek wit, Adrift in Macao spins the tale of five quirky characters stranded in a Casablanca-like locale in the Far East. Set in 1952 Macao, China, everyone that comes to Macao is waiting for something, and though none of them know exactly what that is, they hang around to find out. The characters include your film noir standards, like Lureena, the curvaceous and wised-up dame, who luckily bumps into Rick Shaw, the cynical surf and turf casino owner her first night in town. She ends up getting a job singing in his night club – perhaps for no reason other than the fact that she looks great in a slinky dress. And don’t forget about Mitch, the American who has just been framed for murder by the mysterious villain McGuffin. Complete with intrigue, silliness and a playfully melodic score, it is the newest work from a gifted theater composer and one of America's funniest playwrights.
-Lureena*: belty sop w/ hi C, cynical, wised up broad but a hopeless romantic
-Mitch*: Bass-Bar, film noir hero, gruff, keeps his secrets hidden
-Corinna: Bway mezzo, jealous, seductive, sexy, changes moods quickly
-Tempura*: Bari, wily, smarter than everyone, mock subservient
-Rick: Bass-Bari, little sleazy and dabbles in illegal stuff, actually Irish
-Trenchcoat Chorus: 1 male, 1 female
Prepare 2-3 selections from:
- American Songbook (1910-1960) one up-tempo, one ballad in desired key.
- Broadway song, comic if possible
Bring picture and resume, stapled together.
Accompanist will be provided.
1. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend.
2. Please do not apply if you cannot be available for all the Festival Dates.
3. If you have performed with LSL in the past please send us an email with your interest.