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ADDITIONAL AUDITIONS

Friday, December 16, 2022 at 6:00 pm

We are looking for male presenting dancers (14+) to portray stage ages 16-21.  Prospective dancers should be comfortable with performing the dance piece from the Memphis Dance Audition Tutorial video. Prerequisite skills should include a solid pirouette, experience with partner work a plus. Individuals cast will be expected to participate in partner lifts.

 

ALL AUDITIONS AND REHEARSALS TAKE PLACE AT ORPHEUS HOUSE

(17  FAIRMONT AVE.)

 

Performances
March 10 to 19, 2023 at Meridian Theatres @ Centrepointe

Tuesday through Saturday (7:30 p.m.) and Sunday matinees (2 p.m.).

No performance on Monday March 13

 

 

About the Show

Book and Lyrics by Joe Dipietro, Music and Lyrics by David Bryan

Based on a Concept by George W. George

 

Hockadoo!  Huey Calhoun, a local boy with a passion for music desperately wants to bring Soul, R&B and Rock & Roll music to southern white audiences during the early 1950’s.  Felicia Farrell is an aspiring black singer who performs under the watchful eye of her overprotective brother in his underground night club.  When Huey and Felicia connect over their shared love of music, dreams and ambitions, they are faced with objections from not only their families but the world around them.  Can music transcend race?  Can love win over hate?  Memphis is the winner of 4 Tony Awards including Best Musical.

NOTE: All Other Roles Have Been Cast

COVID-19 Policies & Procedures

All who wish to audition for and volunteer with an Orpheus production must provide proof of vaccination to participate. Your second dose must have been administered 14 days or more prior to the date of your audition or your first arrival at Orpheus. You must book an audition appointment. No walk ups are permitted.

 

Proof of Vaccination may be provided in advance, but is not required. If you do not have your proof of vaccination upon arrival for your audition, you will not be permitted to audition.

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