Monday, 11th March 2024 (7 PM)
Seminole Theatre
18 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL, US

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Grease Audition Notice

This summer, step on a new stage and feel the thrill of performing at the Seminole theater.

GREASE gets a new look with electrifying spectacle, breathtaking choreography, and eye-

popping performances. You’re “the one we want” to audition for this special event! Fall in love

again with Danny, Sandy, the Pink Ladies, and Burger Palace Boys, aka the T Birds, as they

celebrate teen angst, rebellion, and first loves. Sing along with the beloved rock n’ roll score,

including “Greased Lightnin’,” “You’re the one that I want,” “Hopelessly Devoted” “We Go

Together,” and more! Don’t let your summer days drift away; experience summer lovin’ with

Seminole.

For the open-call audition please prepare 16-32 bars of a musical song in the style of the show.

Accompaniment is strongly encouraged and we will provide a bluetooth speaker for you to pair

with. If you can’t find an accompaniment online, bring piano sheet music in case we are able to

provide an accompanist, although not guaranteed. Bring your Headshot, Resume, and any

conflicts you may have. There will be a dance call as well, so come prepared in the proper

clothes and shoes.

Audition Date: March 11-13. 7-10pm

Lead Callbacks: March 17 3-8pm

Rehearsals begin mid-April and the days are TBD, but expect to be rehearsing 3-4x a week.

 

Characters

DANNY: The leader of the “Burger palace Boys.” Strong and confident with an air of cool easy-

going charm. (Male Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: tenor, D4–B5. This role requires onstage

physical intimacy/kiss.)

 

SANDY: New girl in town; hopeless romantic. Finds friendship in the Pink Ladies who help her

uncover her own social savviness. (Female Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: Soprano with high

belt , A3–F#5. This role requires onstage physical intimacy/kiss.)

THE “PINK LADIES”: The club-jacketed, gum-chewing, hip-swinging girls’ gang that hangs

around with the “Burger Palace Boys.”

RIZZO: Leader of the Pink Ladies. She is tough, sarcastic and outspoken but vulnerable.

(Female Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: Alto A3–C5. This role requires onstage physical

intimacy/kiss.)

FRENCHY: A dreamer. Good-natured. Heavily made-up, fussy about her

appearance—particularly her hair. She can’t wait to finish high school so she can be a

beautician. (Female Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: Alto, A3–D5)

MARTY: The “beauty” of the Pink Ladies; looks older than the other girls, but betrays her real

age when she opens her mouth. She tries to act sophisticated. (Female Identifying, all

ethnicities. Range Alto, C4–C5. This role requires onstage physical intimacy/kiss.)

JAN: Funny, loud, and an awkward member of the Pink Ladies. Enjoys a good snack. Loud and

pushy with the girls, but shy with boys. (Female Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: Alto, A3-C5)

THE “BURGER PALACE BOYS”: A super-cool, D.A.-haired, hard-looking group of high school

wheeler-dealers… or so they think.

KENICKIE: Second-in-command of the Burger Palace Boys. Tough-looking, tattooed, surly,

avoids any show of softness. Has an off-beat sense of humor. (Male Identifying, all ethnicities.

Range: Tenor, C4–F5. This role requires onstage physical intimacy/kiss.)

DOODY: Youngest of the guys. Boyish, open, with a disarming smile and a hero-worshipping

attitude toward the other guys. He also plays the guitar. (Male Identifying, all ethnicities. Range:

Tenor, D4-A5)

ROGER: The “anything-for-a-laugh” type. Full of mischief, half-baked schemes and ideas. A

clown who enjoys putting other people on. (Male Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: Tenor, D4-

A5)

SONNY: A braggart and wheeler-dealer who thinks he’s a real lady-killer. (Male Identifying, All

ethnicities. Range: baritone, G3–A5)

PATTY: A stereotypical cheerleader; attractive, sure-of-herself, but can be given to bursts of

disconcerting enthusiasm. She’s a bit of a pain and unpopular with the Pink Ladies, and can

twirl a baton. (Female Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: Alto, D4-A4)

CHA-CHA aka CHARLENE DIGREGORIO: The best dancer at St. Bernadette’s; a loud mouth,

she wins the dancing competition with Danny. (Female Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: Alto,

C4–C5)

EUGENE: The class valedictorian. Physically awkward. An apple-polisher, smug and pompous

but gullible. (Male Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: Tenor, A3–E5)

 

VINCE FONTAINE: A typical “teen audience” radio disc jockey. Slick, egotistical, fast-talking. A

veteran “greaser.” (Male Identifying, all ethnicities. Flexible vocal range. This role requires

onstage physical intimacy/kiss.)

JOHNNY CASINO: A “greaser” student at Rydell who leads a rock ‘n’ roll band and likes to think

of himself as a real rock ‘n’ roll idol. (Male Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: Tenor, G4-E5)

TEEN ANGEL: Frenchy’s suave and slick guardian angel, who encourages her to stay in

school. (Male Identifying, all ethnicities. Range: Tenor, E4–F5)

MISS LYNCH: A no-nonsense, serious, English teacher. (Female Identifying, all ethnicities.

Flexible vocal range.)

RADIO VOICE: A radio voice, sings “It’s Raining on Prom Night.” (All genders, all ethnicities.

Range: A3-C5)

ENSEMBLE: Students at Rydell High School, Beauty School Dropout Ensemble, Greased

Lightning Ensemble. Loud, energetic, variety of personalities. (All genders, all ethnicities,

SATB.)

Tickets are also available at the Box Office Thurs-Sat 12pm-6pm 

All sales are final. There are no refunds for any reason except event cancellation.

Please note: This production, meeting or event is not presented or produced by the Seminole Theatre, Oak View Group or the City of Homestead. The Seminole Theatre acts as a rental venue for groups and promoters of all types. The production values, views and opinions do not reflect those of the Seminole Theatre.

All orders carry a transaction fee. All sales are final unless the event is cancelled, patrons would then get the choice of a refund, credit or pick a different show.All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Lap seat tickets are available for select performances. All sales are final. There are no refunds for any reason except event cancellation

It is the policy of the Seminole Theatre to comply with all of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The facility is accessible and assistive listening devices are available in the main auditorium. To request materials in accessible format, and/or any accommodation to attend an event at the Seminole Theatre, please contact the box office 786-650-2073, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., at least five days in advance to initiate your request, TTY users may also call 711 (Florida Relay Service).

            

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The Theatre originally opened on November 26, 1921 as a cinema, primarily showing the then popular silent movies. The Seminole Theatre quickly became the place to go for entertainment and social gatherings in South Dade County and the upper Keys.

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