SCERA’s Indoor Season announces auditions for its Fall 2017 Theatre For Young Audiences production of “Captain Louie,” a one hour musical with a musical score by Stephen Schwartz and based on the children’s book “The Trip” by Ezra Jack Keats. DeLayne Bluth Dayton will direct and Danielle Berry will stage manage.
“Captain Louie” will play at the SCERA Center for the Arts October 16-November 3, 2017 with 10:00 am matinees Monday through Friday and 7:00pm shows on Mondays and Friday evenings. Rehearsals will begin September 7th, and will most likely be Monday-Friday in the morning.
The musical is cast with all adult actors, and auditions for ages 18 and older will be held on Thursday, August 24 from 6:15-7:00pm or 10:00-11:00am on Friday, August 25 at SCERA Center for the Arts, 745 South State, Orem. No appointment is necessary. All roles are available, and the cast of seven play multiple roles. Auditioners should prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre song. IPOD playback or an accompanist will be provided. A resume and headshot is helpful, but not required.
For more information, contact SCERA at (801) 225-ARTS or stage manager Danielle Berry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE SHOW: The new kid in town takes to the sky in this charming tale of imagination. Based on the children’s book The Trip by Ezra Jack Keats, and featuring a musical score by Grammy Award-winning composer, Stephen Schwartz, Captain Louie is about friendships old and new. Louie has just moved to a new town and is nervous to make friends. Alone in his room, he takes flight in his daydreams back to his old neighborhood, where he spends Halloween with his colorful crew of chums. Over the course of trick-or-treating and being introduced to the new kid in his old neighborhood, Louie discovers that making a fresh start is nothing to be afraid of. Listen to the music on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/54pSrkDtDQDXq1C1vELyuE
Louie (captain) Louie is a new kid in a new neighborhood. Louie uses the strength of his imagination to help him make new friends. Shy, generous.Gender: Male
Amy (broom) Amy is the perfect lieutenant and faithful to her leader. Enthusiastic, energetic, loyal. Gender: Female
Archie/Angie (flower) Archie is the smallest, youngest, and most cautious member of the gang. He can be spooked by just about anything.Gender: Both
Julio (bat) The new kid in Louie’s neighborhood. He is not afraid to meet new people. Sense of humor and strong personality. Gender: Male
Roberta (mouse) Roberta is the boss of the gang. Impulsive, honest, sincere. Gender: Female
Ziggy (monster) Ziggy is the biggest guy in the gang. Always ready for a joke or a high five. Gender: Male
The Cat (sack) An independent cat and a bit of a trickster. Gender: Female