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Fullerton College Campus Theater
321 E Chapman Ave, Bldg 1300, Fullerton, California 92832
Please prepare 32 bars of a contemporary musical theatre/pop song in the style of the show. An accompanist will be provided. Please bring a photo and a resume, stapled back-to-back.
Plot: Bar bets can be a sport…
Can revenge be acquired by jilted women — mercilessly seeking a patsy for one night? In turn, the men are plotting a nearly identical plot. As the knots untangle and true motivations are revealed, all that's left is a ring, a few promises and a few newly made pacts. Okay Better Best dares to explore modern expectations on gender roles, the fear of change and the smile we all hide behind.
Auditions: Fri., Sept. 1 at 11am in Rm. 1310 (Acting Studio)
Sign in begins at 10:30am.
No appointments. First come first serve.
We will let you know after your audition if you are invited to callbacks.
Callbacks: Fri., Sept. 8 at 11 am in Rm. 1310 (Acting Studio)
(Singing/Reading from sides)
Rehearses: September 15 — December 14, 2017 (Fridays 11am-2:00pm)
Tech Reh is on December 14 from 2pm — 6pm.
Performance: December 14 at 7:30pm.
Directed by Tim Espinosa
Book by Michael Weams
Music and Lyrics by Rhonda Kess
Music Direction by Rhonda Kess
Lighting Design: Steve Pliska
Sound Design: Zachary Harless
Production Stage Manager: TBA
Please note: Must be available for all rehearsals, tech, and performances No conflicts will be allowed. If cast, you must enroll in the course THEA 299F (2 units) through Fullerton College.
Tricia — Angry and in charge. Hurt too many times and bound for vengeance. G below middle C to C one octave above. Gutsy belt/pop/musical theater soprano
Eve — Reluctant follower of Tricia. B flat below middle C to C one octave above. Bright Broadway/pop/musical theater soprano
Anne — Friends with Tricia and Eve, but their opposite. Prettiest amongst the three and mellow. Middle C to the D one octave above middle C. Strong lyric soprano, flexibility, Broadway/pop/musical theater
Martin — Shy and nebbish, but not weak. Strong lyric tenor, Broadway/pop/musical theater, could be bari-tenor, A below middle C to B above middle C
Leif — Modern lounge lizard. Insecure with a huge ego. Tenor, flexible Broadway/rock/pop sound, G below middle C to G above
Chad — Cool and comfortable in his own skin. Bari/Tenor, more Baritone, Broadway/pop/musical theater, D below middle C to G above
Jenny — Young, on a mission to be heard and share a story. A just below middle C to the high F 2 octaves above middle C. Belt/strong lyric Broadway/pop soprano