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Goshen Players, Inc. Announces Auditions for 'Rumple Who?'

Looking for actors for a hilarious comedy (with music) for young audiences

Goshen Players, Inc. Announces Auditions for

“Rumple Who?”

Book and Lyrics by Will Bartlett

Directed by Beth Steinberg; Musical Direction by Scott Stanchfield

Auditions for this hilarious comedy (with music) for Young Audiences will be held Sunday, January 6th, and Monday, January 7th, 2013, at 7:00 PM. Callbacks, if needed, will be held Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 at 7:00 pm

All auditions will be held at Old Goshen Town Hall, 2 North Street, Goshen, CT (at the Rotary, Junction of Routes 4 and 63)

BRIEF SYNOPSIS:

A wonderfully hilarious take on the “Rumplestilskin” Fairy Tale! The greedy Queen wants nothing more than more and more and MORE gold!  Her whiny, hen-pecked son, King Henry, needs nothing more than to grow up. The lovely Miller’s Daughter wants all her dreams to come true and that scamp, Rumplestilskin, wants nothing more than to make trouble.

PERFORMANCE DATES AND TIMES:

ALL AUDITIONERS MUST BE AVAILABLE TO COMMIT TO ALL PERFORMANCES

March 2nd, 3rd, 9th and 10th at 1:00 pm AND 4:00 PM (8 performances total)

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS:

• Sing your favorite children’s song

• Read from the script

• Be prepared to move and have fun! Wear loose fitting clothing and comfortable shoes.

Rehearsal scheduled will be announced based on availability of actors and staff.

Questions?  Contact producer Alex Giacin at alexgiacin@gmail.com

Character Breakdown

The Queen:  Almost stereotypical storybook evil without being scary. Very greedy - all she cares about is having more gold.  Mother to King Henry.  Vocal part: Alto/Contralto

King Henry:  Whiner.  Never cleans his room…hen-pecked by his mother.  Vocal part: Baritone/Tenor

Miller’s Daughter:  Sweet, dreamer.  She has a vivid imagination and is an ambitious sort.  Lots of spirit.  Vocal part: Contralto/Mezzo soprano (sweet, story-book voice)

Rumple:  Could be either male or female.  Crafty, clever and sprightly.  Must move well (energetic and fun).  Ageless.  Works well with children and can respond to all the antics that kids offer.  Does not sing

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