Do you have what it takes? Ginsberg Productions is calling auditions for roles in next seasons productions of “Hairspray” and “The Rocky Horror Show”.

Auditions are open to the public and anyone may audition regardless of experience. Ginsberg Productions is a non-profit, community based, theatrical organization and actors are not compensated for appearances.

Ginsberg Productions auditions are open to all interested persons, regardless of age, race, color or experience. All that is required is the desire to be involved in a production and the willingness to commit your time and effort to the project.

Rehearsals are typically 2 nights a week and Sunday afternoons for 6-8 weeks before production.

Ginsberg Productions makes a concerted effort to contact everyone who has auditioned to let them know if they are cast or not. This is done the week following auditions.

We hope you’ll audition. The director and staff wants you to join us.

Auditions will be held in the Seminole Theatre Tuesday May 31 and callbacks will be Thursday June 2; auditions will go from 7:00 PM TO 9:00 PM.

Audition Guidelines
Be prepared to read cold from script. Familiarize yourself with the shows. For more information on the shows and the roles available.  See detailed information on the shows and character breakdowns below.

Prepare a one-minute comedic or one-minute dramatic monologue.

For Our Musical Auditions
• Anyone can audition. No show is pre-cast.  See the list of roles below.
• All auditions are held at the Seminole Theatre.
• To audition you are asked to sing 32 bars of a song you have prepared. An accompanist will be provided to play for you. Please bring sheet music.
• You will be asked to learn a choreographed movement or dance routine even if you are not a dancer.
• You may be asked to read from the script. Scenes will be given to you to look over at that time.
• You will ask on site when to make callbacks. If you are not called back, you are still under consideration.

• For additional information call 305-613-9649.

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First time picking an audition song? Read this helpful article.

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The Rocky Horror Show is a musical with music, lyrics and book by Richard O'Brien. A humorous tribute to the science fiction andhorror B movies of the late 1940s through to the early 1970s, the musical tells the story of a newly engaged couple getting caught in a storm and coming to the home of a mad transvestite scientist unveiling his new creation, a sort of Frankenstein-style monster in the form of an artificially made, fully grown, physically perfect muscle man named Rocky Horror, complete "with blond hair and a tan".

Character Breakdown

USHERETTE/MAGENTA: Female, Age Flexible (Range: Mezzo Soprano Belt, Bb3-Eb5)
One of Frank’s servants and side kicks.

BRAD: Male, (Range: Bari Tenor, Bb2-G4)
Quirky, but very much in love with his fiancé, Janet. Overly optimistic at times.

JANET: Female, (Range: Mezzo Soprano Belt, A3-Eb5)
Good girl who is madly in love with Brad. Always seems to be frightened of something. Keeps losing more of her clothes throughout the story. Emotionally weak and caves into pressure easily.

NARRATOR: Male, Female / Age Flexible (Range: Non-Singing Role)
Follows our two hero’s through the story by narrating directly to the audience.

RIFF RAFF: Male, (Range: High Rock Tenor, D3-B4)
Creepy man resembling more of a zombie. Often makes harmless conversation seem awkward and foreboding. One of Frank’s servants.

COLUMBIA: Female, Age Flexible (Range: Mezzo Soprano Belt, E4-E5) She Taps
One of Frank’s servants and side kicks.

FRANK 'N' FURTER: Male Transvestite, (Range: Baritone, D3-G4)
Master of the castle. Welcomes Janet and Brad with open arms. Obsessed with creating a man to be part of his sexual entourage. Master of seduction.

ROCKY: Male (Range: Tenor, A3-G4)

Frank’s magnificent creation. Sexually appealing with prominent muscles.

EDDIE/DR. SCOTT: Male, (Range: Baritone, E3-F#4)
Eddie, delivery man, “went to pieces.” Misses the rock and role of life. Comes back to life only to die after his solo. Scott is Eddie’s Uncle.

Various Singers.

It's 1962 in Baltimore, and the lovable plus-size teen Tracy Turnblad has only one desire -- to dance on the popular Corny Collins Show. When her dream comes true, Tracy is transformed from social outcast to sudden star. She must use her newfound power to dethrone the reigning Teen Queen, win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, and integrate a TV network, all without denting her 'do!

Character Breakdown:
Tracy Turnblad - A pleasantly plump teenager with a big heart who has dreams of being a dancing star - as
soon as she's out of detention for her big hair. Tracy isnft afraid to be herself and stand up for what she believes in.
She must be friendly, relentless, and goodhearted with a vibrant, lovable personality and love to sing and dance.
Tracy is on stage for a LOT of the show so she must have stamina and talent . she performs in 10+ numbers
including "Good Morning Baltimore," "I Can Hear The Bells," and many more! It is truly a BIG role! Mezzo-Belt Edna Turnblad - Tracyfs kind, plus-sized mother; runs a laundry business out of her home but hasn't been out in a
while. Played by Harvey Fierstein on Broadway, and John Travolta in the movie, this drag role requires a strong
comic male performer who is ready for his inner woman to take the spotlight. Edna is not a man pretending to be a
woman, she is all woman! Just, you know, with a distinctive voice. Performs in 5+ numbers including "You're
Timeless To Me." Tenor. 

Wilbur Turnblad - Tracy's goofy father, who owns the Har-De-Har Hut joke shop and is still madly in love with
his wife, Edna. He encourages Tracy to follow her dreams. Performs in 2+ numbers including "You're Timeless To
Me." Baritone. 

Corny Collins - the exciting, confident dancing and singing host of his own TV dance show (think American
Bandstand at its inception). Corny is in favor of Tracy and racial integration. Performs in 4+ numbers including
"Nicest Kids In Town" and "Hairspray." Tenor.

Penny Pingleton - Tracy's slightly dorky, but lovable best friend who is often by her side (when not grounded for
life by her mother, Prudy). Falls head over heels for Seaweed. Performs in 4+ numbers including "Mama, I'm A Big
Girl Now" and "Without Love." Belt. 

Amber von Tussle - bratty, selfish resident princess of The Corny Collins Show. Her mother's daughter through
and through, she is willing to do anything to win the Miss Teenage Hairspray pageant. Council Member. Performs
in 7+ numbers including "Cooties." Belt. 

Velma von Tussle - Amber's slim and attractive but overbearing mother who pushes her daughter to seek
stardom. Velma is the scheming producer of The Corny Collins Show who tries to steer it in the 'white' direction.
Her sensitivities are offended at the very sight of Tracy. A great villainess role. Performs in 4+ numbers including
"Miss Baltimore Crabs". Belt. 

Link Larkin - Teenage heartthrob, aspiring young Elvis, and male lead dancer on The Corny Collins Show. Falls in
love with Tracy (Amber is soooo jealous!). Council Member. Performs in 7+ numbers including "It Takes Two."
Crooning Baritone. 

Seaweed J. Stubbs - Motormouth Maybelle's son and a talented dancer on The Corny Collins Show, but only
allowed on "Negro Day." Ends up in detention with Tracy. Falls in love with Penny. Performs in 4+ numbers
including "Run And Tell That." Tenor. 

Motormouth Maybelle - the sassy Corny Collins "Negro Day" DJ. Owner of a record store and mother to
Seaweed and Little Inez. Plus-sized, she helps Edna find pride in herself. Performs in 3+ numbers including "Big,
Blonde & Beautiful" and "I Know Where I've Been." Soulful Alto. 

Little Inez - Seaweed's little sister and just as talented a dancer. Tries to audition for The Corny Collins Show but
is turned away because she is black by Velma. Performs in 3+ numbers including "Run And Tell That." Belt. 

The Dynamites - Judine, Kamilah, and Shayna . Talented black vocal trio a la The Supremes. Featured in many
numbers together and usually in tight harmony. May double for other ensemble roles like 'Cindy Watkins,' etc. Council Members - Tammy, Brad, Fender, Brenda, Sketch, Shelley, IQ, Lou Ann . Dancers and singers on The
Corny Collins Show. Perform in 5+ numbers including "Nicest Kids In Town" and "You Can't Stop The Beat."

Other Students - Gilbert, Duane, Lorraine, Stooie, Thad . Kids we find in detention, and most in Motormouth
Maybelle's record shop. Perform in 4+ numbers including "Welcome to the 60's" and "You Can't Stop The Beat." Female Authority Figure - The roles of Prudy Pingleton (Penny's uptight mother), the sadistic gym teacher, and
the prison matron are often played by one cameo performer. 

Male Authority Figure - The roles of Harriman F. Spritzer (President of Ultra Clutch cosmetics, Corny Collins
show sponsor), the high blood pressure principal, and Mr. Pinky (owner of a plus-sized dress shop) are often played
by one cameo performer.

A few other Ensemble roles may also be available. TBD
All information is subject to change!

Hairspray and Ethnicity and Body Types
In general, you have to physically glook the part to play a theatrical role. A strong component of the Hairspray
story revolves around race in the 1960's, as well as specific body types and ages. It is our goal to have the
following characteristics appear on the stage to forward the story:
. Black/African-American
. White/Caucasian
. Plus-sized (Pleasantly plump!)
. Notably slimmer than plus-sized Several roles in the play do not call for a specific ethnicity or body type.
Ginsberg Productions is an Equal Opportunity organization and encourages everyone of all races and sizes to audition for
age appropriate roles. Hairspray is fairly unique in its specificity for ethnicity and body type. 

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