Auditions

GET OUT YOUR TAP SHOES!

RAPA Presents Auditions for
42nd Street The Musical
Tuesday November 29 and Thursday December 1 at 6:00PM
at the Kodak Center

Performances April 22-30, 2017 Kodak Center Main Stage

Please prepare 2, contrasting, one-minute cuts from the Golden Age Classic Show Tune Repertoire. Be Prepared for both Movement and Tap Audition Combinations.

Roles and Ensemble range from Mature Teens thru Mature Singers and Actors. A variety of roles with varying abilities are included. There will be a large Singing, as well as Dancing Ensemble. A full rehearsal calendar will be emailed out after casting is complete

Artistic & Vocal Music Director:        Judith A. Ranaletta
Co-Choreographers:                            Terri Filips Vaughan & Jessica Young Carbonel
Orchestral Director:                              Terri Bacon
Production Manager:                           Vincent Salvadge

Kodak Center Main Stage Actor Policy:

  • College actors, who are cast, will be paid a stipend
  • Adult actors (23 & up), who are cast, will be paid by performance
  • High School actors, who are cast, will not be paid

Contact judithranaletta@gmail.com  with questions

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GENERAL RAPA AUDITION FAQS
  • For musicals, come prepared to sing 32 bars of a prepared song. Accompanist provided. Please bring sheet music in the correct key. Please select a song appropriate to the style of the production. Please dress prepared for a dance audition as well. No bare feet. The audition will start with a dance audition for all audition candidates. Each person will perform their song in the order in which they arrived.
  • Rehearsals are typically evenings and Sundays, 3-5 days per week depending on the production. Please bring a list of all rehearsal conflicts. We try to work around minimal conflicts if identified at auditions.
  • 2016-17 Kodak Center Main Stage Shows will pay actors by the following policy:
    Adult actors (23 & up) will be paid by performance. Value by tier*
    College-Age actors will be paid a stipend
    High School actors will not be paid
    Youth actors (13 & under) will be charged a $225 tuition fee
  • 2016-17 RAPA Family Theatre Shows will pay actors by the following policy:
    Adult actors (23 & up) will be paid by performance for weekday daytime performances only. Value by tier*
    Adult actors will not be paid for normal public performances this season
    College-Age & High School actors will not be paid

    Youth actors (13 & under) will be charged a $225 tuition fee
  • All other RAPA Productions and Partner Productions (including but not limited to GRRC, OFC Creations, Fringe, Previews) will not pay actors.

*Adult Actor Pay Tiers are determined by the following production factors:
Length of show, size of role, number of adult actors in cast, and performance history with RAPA. Tier rates may increase at any time determined by the show producer