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Towle Theater seeks strong male & female actors/singers all types and ethnicities ages 21-55 for its upcoming Midwest Premiere musical STRING by Adam Gwon and Sarah Hammond. Performance Dates are July 12-14, 19-21, 26-28, 2019. All rehearsals and performances will take place at the Towle Theater in Hammond, IN.
Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont, Chicago, IL 60657. South side of Belmont, between Lakewood and Racine. Located just a few blocks west of the Belmont Red/Brown/Purple stop also accessible via the #77 Belmont bus.
Callbacks and Local Auditions:
Local auditions Sunday, April 28 at 11:30am and Callbacks at 12:00pm at the Towle Theater-5205 Hohman Avenue, Hammond, IN 46320.
On a starry mountaintop, three sisters -- goddesses known as the Fates -- spin, measure, and snip the strings of life for every human on earth. After angering Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern office building in the mortal world, where they continue their work hidden among the mortals whose destinies they weave. When the eldest sister meets a security guard in the building and falls in love, she bends the rules of Fate to keep him at her side -- but can the fabric of the Universe stand a flaw? An original musical about fate, love, and the imperfections that make us human.
ATROPOS: (Female) Oldest sister. A caretaker. Cuts the string of your life.
LACHESIS: (Female) Middle sister. Sporty, fun, restless. Measures the string of your life.
CLOTHO: (Female) Littlest sister. Cheerful and surprisingly wise. Spins the string of your life.
MICKEY: (Male) A security guard. A nervous talker.
O'BRIEN: (Male) A security guard who's a little older than Mickey.
GENEVA/NIGHT: (Female) A really quiet janitor about O'Brien's age. Also plays "NIGHT" the Fates' mother
SMALL ENSEMBLE: 2 Female and 2 Male
Rehearsals will begin early to mid-May.
Performances are July 12-14, 19-21, 26-28, 2019
Material To Prepare:
Please prepare 32 bars of a contemporary Broadway Song. Have a contrasting piece ready if asked. Song should not be from the show. Sheet music in the correct key. No acapella or taped accompaniment. You may be asked to read from the script and sing from the score.