Performer Info for the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival Project

Hello, fabulous actor friends!

We are currently casting for the TWELVE new musicals that we will be producing at the Hollywood Fringe in June – and we’d like to know if you might be interested in being considered for a role?

We are producing four separate productions made up of 3 short musicals each – and each production will get 5 performances over the course of the Fringe.  We are expecting that most actors will only be in one of the short musicals (generally 15-20 minutes long) – but it might be possible to do more than one if we can get the scheduling to work out!

All performers for the Fringe will be volunteers; there is no pay for this project.  If you are a member of AEA – you will want to read the information at THIS LINK.

Please have a look at the descriptions and cast breakdowns of all 12 shows below; and then check the rehearsal and performance schedule for each production.

And then please send us an email (at admin@nmi.org) to let us know what roles you’d like to be considered for - and please also include links to your musical demo reels.

We look forward to working with you at the Fringe!

Scott and Elise
New Musicals Inc.

PRODUCTION A


Production A is made up of three short (15-20 min) musicals. Titles, credits, synopses, and cast breakdowns for all three shows in Production A are shown below; followed by a complete rehearsal/performance schedule for Production A.

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A Zombie, A Dragon, and A Vampire Who Sparkles

Just another teen-angst-post-apocalyptic-fantasy-horror-in-a-role-playing-game musical love story.

Book by Maureen Borillo, Music and Lyrics by Dan Wessels

Ginny is excited to attend her first high school party, especially when invited by hunky upperclassman, Brad.  When the party turns out to be a nerdy role playing game, she attempts to win over Brad by being the best imaginary fighting warrior ever.  Beating zombies and dragons are no problem, but can she overcome a contemptuous game master and her unwitting friend on her quest for love?


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

Ginny/Ginnia Evergreen, a high school freshman, looking for love/a female fighter, handy with weapons

Brad/Count Braddock, an upperclassman jock, who loves gaming/a male rogue turned vampire

Kim/Dwarf, Ginny’s freshman friend, acting as a wingman/a male dwarf who appears to be clueless

Arnold/Arnault the Grey, Brad’s nerdy friend since childhood/a great wizard of the realm

Figment #1, playing multiple roles within the gaming fantasy

Figment #2, playing multiple roles within the gaming fantasy



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Sybil’s Closet

What’s hiding in your closet?

Book and Lyrics by Grace Jasmine, Music by Ross Plotkin

Sybil, a new age granny, and her uptight sister, Prudence are planning a bridge game—but they need replacements! Prudence wants to get that handsome new parson to come. Sybil wants to invite the interesting new woman next door—Betty. It turns out everyone has something to hide as Sybil bonds with Betty over tea and secrets are revealed. Betty is Judy Garland in the local drag show and Sybil is—well, a klepto! Can Betty help Sybil get the stolen loot away from the house before the bridge game? Will Prudence find out?
Before they know it, Prudence is back, and suddenly the parson has arrived. Soon, much to her dismay, Prudence is an accomplice helping Betty and Sybil to keep their skeletons in the closet—and away from the parson. Will the parson realize that his very own candlesticks are on the bridge table before he decides to ask Betty out? Will he figure out that Betty isn’t exactly who she seems? How many tricks can three ladies have up their sleeves?


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

 

SYBIL – new age Granny. Trying to explore the world and young at heart. Into modern fads with an adorable confusion. Harbors a dark secret—she’s a Klepto. Alto or Mezzo belt.

PRUDENCE – tough old spinster lady. A good Christian, a tough nut, but under her hard exterior is a solid friend and a heart of gold. Mezzo belt.

BETTY, AKA Mr. Hackford –the friendly, king-hearted, but realistic, gender-fluid next door neighbor. By day a no-bullshit-realist, and by night employed as a talented entertainer in a drag show. Tenor or Baritone

THE PARSON – A man of the cloth. Good hearted, naïve but earnest in his approach in dealing with his flock. Tender hearted and open-minded. Tenor or baritone.



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Kantata Koffee Kompany

There's more to their coffee than you think...

Book & Lyrics by John Piraino, Music & Lyrics by Jerry Ranger

A unlikely pair of FBI agents, the dashing Robert Rightwood and Susan, his cell-phone-game-addicted partner, stumble through a sting operation against Kantata Koffee, one of the many outlets which hide the true nature of Kantata’s business.  It is not coffee, but international money-laundering that fills the coffers at Kantata. To help ensure the FBI’s success, Robert Rightwood recruits the ambitious and beautiful Kate Kalispell who has just opened her own coffee shop across the street from Kantata.  Using Kate’s Coffee as a staging area, Rightwood mounts the FBI sting, but careless execution leads to a deadly shoot-out that ends in a way that no one could have possibly imagined.


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

 

Guido Gambino, A3-C4, bass – low baritone, 40-ish NYC Gangster owner of Kantata Koffee

Jonesy, C3-C4, baritone – low tenor, Guido Gambino’s first lieutenant

Robert Burns, C3-C4, baritone – low tenor, 30-ish FBI agent investigating Kantata Koffee

Joe Black, A3-C4, bass – low baritone, straight-laced FBI agent partner of Robert

Susan Whiteside, C4-C5, alto, 20-30-ish female FBI agent partner of Robert

Kate Kalispell, C4-F5, soprano, 20-30-ish owner of Kate’s Coffee, a Kantata competitor



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FRINGE SCHEDULE FOR PRODUCTION A
All rehearsals take place at NMI (5628 Vineland Avenue)
Not all performers will be required for all rehearsals since each rehearsal is for all 3 shows
All performances take place at Sacred Fools Black Box Theatre in Hollywood
Sun, May 14 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, May 16 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Thu, May 18 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 20 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, May 21 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, May 23 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Thu, May 25 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 27 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 27 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, May 28 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, May 30 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Thu, Jun 1 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, Jun 3 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, Jun 4 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, Jun 5 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, Jun 5 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, Jun 6 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, Jun 6 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, Jun 7 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, Jun 7 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Thu, Jun 8 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Fri, Jun 9 7:30 pm PERFORMANCE
Sat, Jun 10 5:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Sun, Jun 11 4:30 pm PERFORMANCE
Thu, Jun 15 9:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Thu, Jun 22 11:00 pm PERFORMANCE

PRODUCTION B


Production B is made up of three short (15-20 min) musicals. Titles, credits, synopses, and cast breakdowns for all three shows in Production B are shown below; followed by a complete rehearsal/performance schedule for Production B.

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Dames, Dicks, & Butter Knives

Adventures in Noir

Book by Bryon Richards, Music and Lyrics by Clifford J. Tasner

Jack, a private dick with the best intentions, can only solve a case with his brainy secretary, Bekka who thinks it’s time to change the professional relationship. In his most recent case, Jack is on his way to confront Jimmy “The Butter Knife” about a string of deaths at his club. With the assistance of Bekka, he gets past Mookie the Gorilla, but is distracted by a sexy songstress, Alessandra. In a final confrontation with all the players involved, it is soon revealed “who did it?”, and it is up to Bekka to once again save the day and get the girl in the end?


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

 

Jack (Bari-tenor). 30s a hard-boiled, yet soft private detective

Bekka (Alto). 20s, jack’s redheaded, witty and smart secretary

Jimmy “The Butter Knife” (Tenor). 30’s - 40’s, not so villainous crime boss

Alessandra (Mezzo). 20’s, a sexy, yet humble lounge singer

Marcus (Bass). 30’s, a heavy handed bartender

Mookie (Baritone). 30’s, a “gorilla” of a doorman



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Hollywood Forever

Tinseltown Teens all grown up

Book & Lyrics by Robin Share, Music & Lyrics by Ross Kalling

Setting: A sunny Sunday morning at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. On a bench overlooking the lake, with several headstones nearby. Present.

When elderly gentleman Lawrence takes his regular bench at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery to work the Sunday crossword with his dear departed, his peaceful ritual is interrupted by an unwelcome “woman of a certain age”. She insists on participating in his puzzling, and it soon becomes apparent that they share a long-ago history as teen screen stars. As their conflicting stories of the past unfold, old feelings are also revealed.


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

 

Lawrence: Mid 70’s, dapper and endearing.  Medium tenor.

Cynthia: Early 70’s, lively and honest. Low Alto.



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There’s An APP For That

Looks aren't everything

Book and Lyrics by John Sparks, Music by Ron Barnett

After giving in to his son Jack’s insistence that he use a dating app to create a social life, Charlie proves more adept at technology than his son expects.  Charlie, impatient with his son’s itinerant dating style, turns the tables on Jack and uses the app to bring about a meeting between Jack and a young woman Charlie deems to be an appropriate match.


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

 

Charlie: 60-something, a widower

Jack: 27, his unmarried and unattached son

Millicent: 26, an attractive bio-chemist who is tired of men hitting on her without any apparent interest in her beyond a quick score.

An ensemble of young, wired types – 2 men and 2 women (SATB) including Dan, a frustrated English Major writing a doctoral thesis about Viking folk tales.



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FRINGE SCHEDULE FOR PRODUCTION B
All rehearsals take place at NMI (5628 Vineland Avenue)
Not all performers will be required for all rehearsals since each rehearsal is for all 3 shows
All performances take place at Sacred Fools Black Box Theatre in Hollywood
Sun, May 14 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, May 16 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Thu, May 18 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 20 6:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, May 21 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, May 23 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Thu, May 25 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 27 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 27 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, May 28 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, May 30 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Thu, Jun 1 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, Jun 3 6:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, Jun 4 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, Jun 5 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, Jun 6 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, Jun 7 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Thu, Jun 8 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Fri, Jun 9 9:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Sun, Jun 11 3:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Thu, Jun 15 11:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Thu, Jun 22 9:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Fri, Jun 23 7:30 pm PERFORMANCE

PRODUCTION C


Production C is made up of three short (15-20 min) musicals. Titles, credits, synopses, and cast breakdowns for all three shows in Production C are shown below; followed by a complete rehearsal/performance schedule for Production C.

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The Wedding Night

Be careful what you wish for!!!

Book by Jana Hejdukova, Music by Stephen Coleman, Lyrics by Keith Dale Gordon

Based on a traditional Czech poem.  A girl was engaged to a young man who was drafted into the army. After not hearing from him in over a year, the girl desperately prays to the Virgin Mary, saying that she will do “anything” to have him back. Just then, there is a knock on the door, she opens the door, and it is her fiance! Or is it?!?


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

 

Woman. Age, 17-25, Innocent. Soprano Range Bb3 - E5. She dreams of being with her fiance who has gone off to the war, and has been missing for a year. Her father tells her to get on with her life, but she prays in earnest for her lover to return.

Man. Age 25-40, Strong and dark, somewhat mysterious would be good. Belt-Baritone Range A2-F4. The long lost soldier knocks at the door one night, but he has a haunted look, and later we realize that he is a ghost. He is dark and brooding and starts off romantic, but fairly quickly becomes frightening.

Father. Age 45-80, A kindly old grave digger, who loves his daugher. Bass - Baritone A2-C4

Dead Body: Non-speaking or singing role. Mainly just lies still then stands up to open the door like a zombie, then collapses to the ground.



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Thanksgiving in Ithaca

The gods work in mysterious ways.

Book and Lyrics by Mitch Glaser, Music by Joe Blodgett

A modern reimagining of the last 15 minutes of Homer’s Odyssey: Odysseus has been missing in action for a decade since the end of the war. His greedy relatives pressure his wife Penelope to declare him dead so they can carve up his estate like a thanksgiving turkey. But the Goddess Athena has other plans.


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

Ody (baritone, 40’s or late 30’s, cunning, battle-scarred hero)

Telly (tenor, teen or early 20’s, dutiful young man)

Vinnie (baritone, 40’s, scheming lout)

Penny (soprano, 40’s or late 30’s, devoted mother and wife)

Athena (mezzo or alto, immortal goddess of wisdom)

Lucy (alto, perhaps 50’s or 60’s, sly old lady)

Percy (tenor, 20’s or 30’s, whiny, entitled young man)

Precious (soprano or mezzo, 20’s or 30’s, catty, saccharine woman)



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Curses!

Gittel curses everyone who irritates her - and her curses come true!

Book and Lyrics by Harriet Belkin, Music by Sandy Shanin
Based on a short story by Norman Belkin

Retchitza, a Russian shtetl. 1900. Herschel, the wagon-driver, unsuccessful in finding a wife, approaches Miriam, the matchmaker. Miriam doesn’t mince words. “You are an uneducated wagon-driver. Nobody in Retchitza will offer you his daughter in marriage. I’ll have to find you a wife in a distant town where nobody knows you.”

She finds Gittel in Berditchev. Gittel soon alienates the whole shtetl by bragging about her family and putting down the local townspeople. Herschel comes home from his trek to Minsk and calls Gittel to feed and water his horses. Gittel flies into a rage and shouts that Herschel should catch the cholera! He does.

Gittel yells to a boy, “Run for the doctor!” The doctor cures Herschel, but he isn’t paid. When he asks for his fee Gittel throws a tantrum and yells that he should be like an onion with his head in the ground and his feet in the air. Sure enough a horse runs into his wagon and throws him head first into an onion patch!

Now the doctor’s really mad. When he confronts Gittel she hollers, “Like a chandelier, you should hang and burn!” That night the doctor’s house catches fire. His body is found hanging from the rafters. The boy witness to all the mishegas accuses Gittel of cursing the doctor and causing the tragedy.

Gittel denies everything. “If I cursed him, I should only drop dead right on this spot!” She does. The villagers can’t help her. They don’t even have a doctor anymore.


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

Gittle, the bride (none singing role)

Villagers: An Ensemble of 6 who do ALL the singing in the show as a group narrative and underscoring (like a vocal Klezmer band):

Herschel (a wagon driver) (Tenor)
Miriam (a matchmaker)/Kvetch (Alto)
The Doctor/Bigot (Baritone)

Fanatic (Soprano)
Gossip (Alto)
Shloime (a schoolboy) (Second Soprano)



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FRINGE SCHEDULE FOR PRODUCTION C
All rehearsals take place at NMI (5628 Vineland Avenue)
Not all performers will be required for all rehearsals since each rehearsal is for all 3 shows
All performances take place at Sacred Fools Black Box Theatre in Hollywood
Sun, May 14 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, May 15 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, May 17 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Fri, May 19 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 20 10:00 am to 12:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, May 21 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, May 22 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, May 24 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Fri, May 26 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 27 10:00 am to 12:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 27 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, May 28 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, May 29 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, May 31 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, May 31 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Fri, Jun 2 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, Jun 3 10:00 am to 12:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, Jun 4 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, Jun 5 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, Jun 6 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, Jun 7 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Thu, Jun 8 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, Jun 10 10:00 am to 12:30 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, Jun 10 7:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Wed, Jun 14 9:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Thu, Jun 15 7:30 pm PERFORMANCE
Sun, Jun 18 3:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Fri, Jun 23 9:00 pm PERFORMANCE

PRODUCTION D


Production D is made up of three short (15-20 min) musicals. Titles, credits, synopses, and cast breakdowns for all three shows in Production D are shown below; followed by a complete rehearsal/performance schedule for Production D.

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F**ked Up Fairy Tales

Love trumps hate in Fairy Tale Land

Book and Lyrics by Grace Jasmine, Music by David Jayden Anthony

It’s Friday night in the Magic Bean bar. Jack, and his lover, Giant, proprietors, have finally decided to make it official. They’re waiting for their friends to arrive to announce their wedding! One by one, the regulars arrive—each long-standing customers and friends, frustrated about their lives, but always at home and happy in the friendly bar. They share the fabulous news, pop the champagne, and King Midas’ horrible henchmen, led by his daughter, the Ice Princess arrive to break up the party. The thugs push and shove their way into the bar rudely announcing the king’s new ugly laws and regime—and a List for undesirables. The characters are devastated and decide to stand up to the Evil King Midas to save the land they love. They form a resistance and plan to meet later than night. When Jack and the Giant are alone it rapidly becomes clear they have a problem. Jack wants to take on King Midas and fight the new regime, and the Giant wants to obey the law. Their relationship is suddenly at a stalemate.  When Jack and Jiminy, a worried scientist, go to address the king, it quickly falls apart. King Midas and the Ice Princess hate peasants and Jack and Jiminy find themselves being thrown into the dungeon. Some fancy footwork and a bite or two saves Jiminy, and he runs to get help. The fairy tale characters think up an amazing plan to save Jack—but will love trump hate? Will the Giant come to his senses? Only if the friends of the Magic Bean all work together to save Jack and Fairy Tale Land.


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

Casting 21 and over only.

The GOOD Guys:

JACK – 25-35, Jack of beanstalk fame, liberal and gay. The lover and partner of the Giant. Co-owner of the Magic Bean Bar. Boyish good looks, Tenor with belt voice.

GIANT – 30 to a very young 50, The Big guy at the end of the beanstalk but also Jack’s true love. Conservative, a rule follower. Owns the Magic Bean Bar with Jack. Strong and big looking, attractive. Baritone or second tenor. Can have a “character voice.”

CINDERELLA – 21-31, Of the glass slipper; her story PTSD has made her a neat freak; secretly pregnant. Pretty, girl-next-door type. Soprano.

JIMINY CRICKET –30-55 Brainy bug, wise and good. A controversial scientist and academic, he writes for the Fairy Tale Gazette. Nerdy, could wear glasses, professor type. Wise and kind. Tenor.

MALEFICENT – 30-60, Ugly on the outside, beautiful within, and a victim of body shaming. A quintessential witch, with a heart. Many looks could work, looking for strong character actress. Character singing voice fine.

The BAD Guys:

MIDAS THE KING – 40-65 Took power when they looked away. Greed is his oxygen and power his true love; turning orange from the gold dust, and evil to boot. Big, blustering. Tenor, baritone, belt voice.

THE ICE PRINCESS – 25-35 Pretty as an icicle and warm as the newly fallen snow, this television shopping network queen is the princess of the land (and the darling daughter of King Midas). Classic beauty, Soprano or Mezzo belt.

RUMPELSTILTSKIN – 25-65 A penchant for taking people’s babies, he found his perfect role as the Ward of the State Program Chief. Evil, simpering, weird. Character actor. Tenor.

THE BEAST – 25-35, A big angry dude, the undisclosed father of Cinderella’s baby; he has a change of heart. Big and strong and attractive but “redneck sexist type” Transforms to a sensitive guy. Baritone preferred, will see tenors.



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Feet First

A Musical with Heart...and Sole

Book by Chris Smith, Music by Ross Plotkin, Lyrics by Brad Beaver

During Fleet Week in New York City, roommates Jace Culpepper and Parkie Albright have arranged a foot orgy with a few sailors they met on This Little Piggy, a foot fetish dating website.  However, their footloose and fun afternoon is jeopardized by the unexpected arrival of Jace’s overbearing mother Marjorie, who has brought along Jace’s judgmental ex-boyfriend Alan, a.k.a. “Size Twelve.”  With their plans starting off on the wrong foot, will Jace and Parkie be able to stand up to these party crashers?


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

 

JACE CULPEPPER — A gay foot fetishist, late twenties or so — C#3 to G#4 (tenor)

PARKIE ALBRIGHT- Another of same; Jace’s best friend — C3 to G#4 (tenor)

ALAN WALKER RICHMOND — Jace’s former boyfriend, same age range, should have big feet (or can act like he has them) — B2 to F4 (baritenor)

MARJORIE CULPEPPER- Jace’s monster mother. Fifties to sixties. A virago and a barracuda — and a cougar. A#3 to D#5 (alto or mezzo belt)



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Chaturbate: The Musical!

Where Broadway Gets Off!

Book by Dan Margules, Music by David Jayden Anthony, Lyrics by Chris Edgar

Starry-eyed Broadway hopeful Laura London has just arrived in the Big Apple, fresh from the cornfields of Iowa, to pursue her lifelong dream of singing and dancing on the Great White Way. Things don’t go as planned, however, when the producer of the family-friendly musical she’s auditioning for discovers her dirty little secret: Between auditions, Laura makes her living as a camgirl performing wild solo sex shows live on the internet. The legit stage will not sit still for a sex worker treading the boards, leaving Laura faced with a terrible dilemma. If she doesn’t quit camming, her dream will be forever out of her reach. But if she gives up her lucrative online gig, she can’t to afford stay in New York long enough to make it there. Thanks to her cyber-fanbase, she finds a solution that brings her more success and creative satisfaction than she ever dreamed possible.

Chaturbate and the Chaturbate logo are registered trademarks of Multi Media LLC, used by permission.


CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

 

LAURA LONDON: 18-24, ingenue, innocent, cornfed Midwesterner, starry-eyed Broadway hopeful fresh off the bus from Iowa (just outside Grinnell). Also strips on the internet for a living. No nudity required. Sexually explicit language. Sexually suggestive dancing. (Pole dancing experience a plus.)

NASASHA: 20s, jaded dancer, sassy.

SUMMIT: 20s, jaded dancer, open to expanding her horizons.

MR. HANDCOCK: Any age (over 21), sleazy and duplicitous off-Broadway producer and, secretly, a foot fetishist.

PHIL, SKY, WOODY: Any age (over 18), enthusiastic viewers of live online porn, contrasting types (dirty old man, nerdy/geeky college student, etc.).



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FRINGE SCHEDULE FOR PRODUCTION D
All rehearsals take place at NMI (5628 Vineland Avenue)
Not all performers will be required for all rehearsals since each rehearsal is for all 3 shows
All performances take place at Sacred Fools Black Box Theatre in Hollywood
Sun, May 14 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, May 15 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, May 17 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Fri, May 19 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 20 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, May 21 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, May 22 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, May 24 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Fri, May 26 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 27 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, May 27 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, May 28 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, May 29 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, May 31 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, May 31 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Fri, Jun 2 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, Jun 3 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sun, Jun 4 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm REHEARSAL
Mon, Jun 5 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Tue, Jun 6 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Wed, Jun 7 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Thu, Jun 8 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, Jun 10 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm REHEARSAL
Sat, Jun 10 8:30 pm PERFORMANCE
Wed, Jun 14 11:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Thu, Jun 15 6:00 pm PERFORMANCE
Sun, Jun 18 4:30 pm PERFORMANCE
Fri, Jun 23 11:00 pm PERFORMANCE