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Now Casting: Mel Brooks' THE PRODUCERS

We are pleased to announce casting for our next musical, Mel Brooks' insanely funny (and deliciously tasteless) comedy, THE PRODUCERS. First auditions tentatively scheduled for April 13th. To be considered, please fill out the form below.

About the Production:

  • The production will rehearse in Mevaseret Zion at the Center for Culture and Community, beginning in May.
  • Performance dates to be annouced. The show will run from Septmeber 2016 until early 2017.
  • Professional actors (who have worked professionally and have trained) are welcome to audition, and will be compensated for your participation.
  • All roles are available. Here is a list of characters:

    Character Breakdowns for The Producers

    Please come with a song that shows your abilities and is appropriate for the characters you wish to be considered for. Bring sheet music in your key, a pianist will be at the audition. Also, please note the accent requirements for each character when planning your audition.

    • Max Bialystock -- tenor. Lead role. Looks in his 40s-50s, slightly overweight. Must have great comedic timing, and an American accent. A schemer, larger than life.
    • Leo Bloom -- tenor. Lead role. Good dance, some tap dance required. Mousy type, looks early 30s. Great comedic role, must be able to play eccentric and frenetic. American accent required.
    • Ulla -- mezzo soprano. Blonde bombshell, convincing Swedish accent required. Nuclear sex appeal, good dance skills required.
    • Roger -- baritone/tenor. Looks in his 40s or 50s, the very gay director who will go from a lady's evening gown to playing Hitler (a rather gay one). Emotionally overreactive. American or British accent required.
    • Carmen -- tenor. Rogers's "common-law assistant". Also some effeminate characteristics. Overly protective of his man, Roger.
    • Franz -- baritone. A Nazi. No sense of humor. Barks rather than talks. A bit stubby. Convincing German accent required.
    • Kiss Me -- soprano. Plays numerous roles, including chorus girl, usherette, accountant and little old lady. Strong singing and dancing required.
    • Lick Me -- mezzo soprano. Plays numerous roles, including chorus girl, usherette, accountant and little old lady. Strong singing and dancing required.
    • Hold Me -- mezzo soprano. Numerous roles including chorus girl, Hold Me-Touch Me, accountant and little old lady. American accent preferred. Strong singing and dancing required.
    • Clinch Me -- soprano. Numerous roles including chorus girl, accountant, and little old lady. Strong singing and dancing required.
    • Shirley Markowitz -- alto. Numerous roles including chorus girl, accountant, Shirley Markowitz and little old lady. Strong singing and dancing required.
    • Bryan -- tenor. Strong singing role, with solo in Springtime for Hitler. Numerous roles including member of Roger's household, Jack Lapidus, accountant and little old lady. American accent preferred. Strong singing and dancing required.
    • Kevin -- baritone/tenor. Numerous roles including member of Roger's household, accountant, little old lady, storm trooper and police officer. Strong singing and dancing required.
    • Todd -- baritone/tenor. Numerous roles including member of Roger's household, accountant, little old lady, storm trooper and police officer. American accent preferred, convincing Irish accent required. Strong singing and dancing required.
    • Scott -- baritone/tenor. Numerous roles including member of Roger's household, accountant, little old lady, Jason Greene and storm trooper. American accent preferred, with phony German accent required. Strong singing and dancing required.
    • Sabu -- baritone/tenor. Dark complexion. Numerous roles including Roger's houseboy, accountant, little old lady, Donald Dinsmore, and storm trooper. Strong singing and dancing required.

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