STG is staffed completely by volunteers, and auditions are open to anyone with a love or an interest in performing and live theatre. And remember, if being in the spotlight isn't your thing, there are lots of other ways to get involved!
Unless otherwise indicated, auditions are held in the Southside Theatre Guild auditorium at 20 W. Campbellton Street, Fairburn GA 30213.
SOUTHSIDE THEATRE GUILD proudly announces auditions for our non-Equity, non-paid production of:
Additional date for Suds auditions: January 23 at 7PM.
NON-EQUITY AUDITIONS for "Suds: The Rocking '60s Musical Soap Opera" will be held on January 23 at 7PM.
Location: Southside Theatre Guild, 20 W. Campbellton Street, Fairburn GA, 30213
Performance Dates: April 27, 28, 29, 30, May 4, 5, 6, 7
Suds is the delightful story of a young teenage girl and the four guardian angels who come to teach her about finding true love. It takes place in a laundromat during the sensational 60’s. SUDS is loaded with good clean fun, bubbling energy and over 50 well-known songs that topped the charts of that decade.
Songs include Locomotion, You Don't Own Me, It's My Party, I Feel Good, Secret Agent Man, Chapel of Love, Walk On By and more.
3 Women: CINDY, MARGE, DEE DEE
1 Man: MR. POSTMAN/ WASHER REPAIRMAN/ MRS.HALO/ MR.RIGHT/ MILT DUDMAN/ JOHNNY ANGEL
* Cindy should have a strong alto and a sweet sounding mix.
Low F. Belt to B-flat. Easy mix to D.
* Marge should have a strong, controlled pop/rock belt, Tough R&B 'wail', Plus nice mix for backup.
* Dee Dee should have strong pop alto with a strong belt. Plus nice mix for back up.
* Male actor should be pop tenor with some falsetto and bass notes.
Please prepare a 12-16 bar song that showcases the actor's range and vocal quality in a style consistent with the show. An accompanist will be provided, and a CD player if you prefer.
There will also be cold readings from the script and a short dance routine to learn.
“Suds” is presented by special arrangement with Brent Peek Productions, email@example.com. Telephone (212) 598-4454