2019/2020AUDITIONS

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Audition Announcement:

MST IN CONCERT - TITANIC (ENSEMBLE EDITION)

 

The Milburn Stone Theatre at Cecil College seek performers for our March 2020 musical in concert, Titanic!

 

Story and Book by Peter Stone; Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston 

 

Director and Music Director: Anthony Vitalo

Stage Manager: Lauren Gates-Vitalo

 

Audition dates: Monday, December 2nd & Thursday, December 5th @ 7pm, sign-ups begin at 6:30pm - Please prepare two songs in the style of the show, no more than 32 bars. Please bring all known conflicts to the auditions, no conflicts will be accepted during tech week (March 8th - 12th) or during the performance schedule.

 

Callbacks: December 7th from 12noon to 4pm

Performance dates: March 13th, 14th & 15th

Titanic (Ensemble Edition) Casting Breakdown:

 

14 Male presenting performers to play the following:

Thomas Andrews, Designer and Builder

Barrett, Stoker / as Guggenheim, 1st Class Passenger / as 3rd Class Passenger 

Bride, Telegrapher /as John Thayer, 1st Class Passenger / as 3rd Class Passenger / as Band Leader Wallace Hartley

Fleet, Lookout / as George Widener, 1st Class Passenger / as Carlson / as Stoker / as 3rd Class Passenger / as DaMico 

Captain E. J. Smith

J. Bruce Ismay, Owner

Charles Clarke / as Steward (Launching) / as 2nd Class Passenger /as 1st Class Passenger  

Edgar Beane / as Officer Boxhall / as 2nd Class Passenger / as 3rd Class Passenger 

Isidor Strauss, 1st Class Passenger / as Officer Hitchens / as 3rd Class Passenger 

Jim Farrell, 3rd Class Passenger / as Steward (Launching) / as Mr. Bell / as Latimer / as 1st Class Passenger 

Henry Etches, Senior 1st Class Steward / as Officer Pitman

First Officer Murdoch/ Bass Player

Officer Lightoller / as J. J. Astor, 1st Class Passenger / as 3rd Class Passenger 

Bellboy / as Waiter twice (1st and 3rd Class) / as Stoker

 

14 female presenting performers to play the following:

Alice Beane, 2nd Class Passenger / as 3rd Class Passenger 

Caroline Neville, 2nd Class Passenger / as Stewardess / as Mme. Aubert

Kate McGowan, 3rd Class Passenger / as Stewardess / as Charlotte Drake Cardoza, 1st Class Passenger

Kate Murphey, 3rd Class Passenger / as Stewardess / as Mrs. Widener, 1st Class Passenger / as DaMico 

Kate Mullins / as Stewardess / as Madeleine Astor, 1st Class Passenger

Ida Strauss, 1st Class Passenger / as 3rd Class Passenger 

 

About MST IN CONCERT: TITANIC THE MUSICAL (ENSEMBLE VERSION)

 

Show dates: March 13, 14, 15 | Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm

 

Story and Book by Peter Stone; Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston 

Direction and music direction by Anthony Vitalo

 

Musical Drama | Titanic is recommended for ages ten and up. 

 

In the final hours of April 14, 1912, the RMS Titanic, on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, collided with an iceberg and ‘the unsinkable ship’ slowly sank. It was one of the most tragic disasters of the 20th century. 1,517 men, women and children lost their lives. Based on the true story of the great ship’s maiden voyage, the story focuses on the real passengers and crew members who traveled aboard the doomed ship. Act I details their dreams and their wonder as they travel aboard the grand ship, while Act II focuses on their desperation and attempts to survive as the ship sinks. In telling their stories, the show touches on issues such as class, the American dream, and mankind’s vulnerability in the face of nature. Through an ingenious doubling scheme created by original Broadway cast member Don Stephenson, Titanic Ensemble Version features a cast of just 20 to tell the gripping story of the ocean liner’s maiden voyage and tragic demise. Titanic swept the 1997 musical Tony Awards winning all five nominations including Best Musical and Best Score. Please note: This musical does not include music from the 1997 James Cameron film. 

 

‘An evening both shattering and gorgeous – a triumph. The day after seeing it, I went back again. It’s that good.’— The Times

 

Titanic, The Musical is presented through special arrangement with Tams-Whitmark: A Concord Theatricals Company. 

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