Newtown Arts Company
Males and Females 18-40
Newtown Arts Company is looking for several people to round out our cast of
The Wedding Singer!
Saturday, January 22nd from 2:00pm-6:00pm
Location: The Manor House
206 Hidden Valley Lane
Newtown PA 18940 (Turn right at the stop sign at the end of Hidden Valley Lane and come into the big house.)
Callbacks will be held Monday, January 24th by invitation only
Fri and Sat, April 22 & 23 (7:30pm)
Thurs, Fri, Sat; April 28, 29, 30 (7:30pm)
Sunday, May 1 (2pm)
ALL actors, crew, staff, and volunteers MUST be vaccinated. We will be checking vaccine proof and IDs at auditions.
Please note: all roles are nonpaid, non-equity.
The following roles are open, and some actors may be cast in multiple roles.
ROBBIE HART – Rock Tenor, Vocal Range: B3-C6, Age Range 18-30. Strong singer. Ability to play guitar a plus. Great comedic timing. Basic movement. A musician and lead singer for a trio that plays for weddings. In love with love until Linda leaves him at the altar and breaks his heart. Very charismatic, yet insecure, with a “puppy
GEORGE – Baritone, Vocal Range: C4 – A5 (strong falsetto), Age Range 20-30. Strong character singer who can rap and has good falsetto. Plays keyboard for the trio. Boy George type. He is sensitive and somewhat flamboyant. The foil to Sammy's super guy attitude.
GLEN – Baritone, vocal range: D4-B5, age range 30-40. Strong acting, singing, and movement, Julia’s fiancé. A Wall Street broker. He is rich, shallow, and materialistic. Consistently tries to buy Julia’s love with money. He is a bit of a womanizer.
Ensemble to portray various roles including guests at weddings, office workers, Vegas impersonators, mall patrons, etc.
Director: Hilary Appel
Assistant Director: Chrissy Breeman
Music Director: Kyle Duke
Producer: Lisa Reiser
Assistant Producers: Beth Seffrin, Melissa Victor, Cheryl Young
Choreographer: Joy Woffindin
Stage Manager: Robert Reiser
The Wedding Singer
Music by Matthew Sklar
Book by Chad Beguelin and Tim Herlihy
Lyrics by Chad Beguelin
Based on the New Line Cinema film written by Tim Herlihy