4/10-11 - Owosso Community Players Auditions THE FULL MONTY
Auditions for OCP’s June musical “The Full Monty” will take place April 10 and 11 in the Studio Theater, 114 E. Main Street. Doors Open at 6 p.m. with auditions starting at 6:30. Many roles are available for men and women age 18 and above, as well as one role for a boy age 10-13. “The Full Monty” opens June 15 and runs for 2 weekends.
Those who audition will be asked to sing a prepared selection of about 32 bars, preferably with sheet music. An accompanist will be provided. All those who audition will be asked to learn a short dance combination and may be asked to read some sides.
While spying their wives at a "Girls' Night Out," a group of unemployed steelworkers from Buffalo sees how much they enjoy watching male strippers. Jealous, out of work and feeling emasculated, the men come up with a bold and unclothed way to make some quick cash. In preparing, they find themselves extremely exposed; not merely physically but emotionally. As they conquer their fears, self-consciousness and prejudices, the men come to discover that they're stronger as a group, and the strength that they find in each other gives them the individual courage to "let it go.”
OCP Artistic Director Garrett Bradley will direct this show. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
An unemployed mill worker, fighting to maintain his pride and the custody of his only son. All-American jock and the definitive man's man.
Jerry's estranged wife and high school sweetheart. She wants what is best for her son. Strong business woman, but also compassionate and motherly.
Jerry’s 12 year old son. Stuck in the middle of a custody battle between Jerry and Pam.
Jerry's best friend and fellow unemployed mill worker. Very much a man's man, but more of a follower than leader. The definitive sidekick.
Dave's wife. She loves her husband, and worries about him. Loud, outgoing and brash. She is the "leader" of her group of girlfriends.
An unemployed supervisor at the mill. Hot Metal's choreographer. Thinks his worth comes from providing for his wife, so he hides his unemployment from her.
Harold's wife. She enjoys the finer things in life. Loves her husband more than anything, and supports him no matter what.
An unemployed mill worker. Lives at home with his mother. Depressed, suicidal, awkward, and feeble. Pigeon-chested.
An unemployed mill worker. Lonely. Has a blind determination and confidence to succeed.
NOAH “HORSE” T. SIMMONS
A retired mill worker. Embarrassed about being an "average sized" Black man. Despite being old and slow when walking, he still has explosive dance moves.
A piano player of indeterminate years and show-business pro. Sassy, quick-witted, and larger than life. Has slowed down in recent years.
Pam's fiancé. The opposite of Jerry. Clean-cut and well-off.
BUDDY “KENO” WALSH
Handsome and experienced male stripper.
An unemployed mill worker.
A Buffalo club owner.
Jerry’s occasional girlfriend.
Malcom’s ailing mother.
A friend of Pam and Georgie’s
A friend of Pam and Georgie’s
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