Miami Light Project is holding open auditions. Lots of different types of rolls available. If you are an aspiring actor, check it out!
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CUBA LIBRE AUDITIONS: JULY 13th & 14th 1pm – 6pm
Location: U of M School of Music
TO SCHEDULE AN AUDITION: CONTACT REBEKAH LENGEL,305.576.4350 Or email@example.com
CUBA LIBRE is an original musical, the true story of two glamorous sisters in1950s Havana, and their lives in the turbulent aftermath of the Cuban Revolution. Capturing a crucible moment in contemporary history, CUBA LIBRE is a tale of sex and power, trust and tragedy, family bonds and rivalries.
Miriam, younger sister 17- 24 years old (Alto/Soprano must sing a D flat – D full voice).
Beba, older sister 19-26 (Dramatic Soprano must sing E flat – E full voice).
Mago, 20-30 years old: revolutionary student leader (Dramatic Tenor A-Bflat full).
El Comandante 28-35 years old: Revolutionary leader (Bari/Tenor)
Carlucho, 20-28 handsome dictator’s military Lt., brother of sisters (Bari/Tenor)
Papa, 45-60 years old (Bass/Baritone)
Raul Cuevas, 38-58 years old Rum King / businessman (Choral/Cast singing)
El Presidente 52-62 years old: Elegant charismatic dictator, (Baritone)
Dictator’s General, 40-60 (Bass/Baritone)
Nestora, 45-65 years old eccentric/comic Afro-Cuban maid (Low Alto – female tenor – piercing voice)
Male Quartet: 20-35 (1st Tenor, 2nd tenor, Baritone, Bass)
ABOUT THE CREATORS
DESMOND CHILD (composer and lyricist) has written more than seventy Top 40 hits, including “Livin’ La Vida Loca,” “Dude Looks Like A Lady,” and “You Give Love A Bad Name.” He has written and produced hits for Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Cher, Kiss, Ricky Martin, Joan Jett and LeAnn Rimes, and American Idol stars Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Clay Aiken, David Archuleta, and Adam Lambert, selling more than 300 million records. In 2008, he was inducted into the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame.
DAVITT SIGERSON (composer and lyricist) is completing a novel. His first, Faithful, was published by Doubleday in 2004. He has been a record producer (The Bangles, Tori Amos, Five For Fighting), journalist (he currently writes for Interview, where he is a contributing editor) and record company executive (president of Polydor Records, EMI and Chrysalis Records and chairman of Island Records).
JEFFREY HATCHER (book) is a playwright and screenwriter. He has written books for the musicals Never Gonna Dance, which opened on Broadway in 2003, and Ella. His plays include Scotland Road, A Picasso and Mrs. Mannerly. His produced screenplays include The Duchess, Casanova, and Stage Beauty, adapted from his own play. Among his current projects are a reconceived Gershwin musical, with Robert Longbottom, and a screen adaptation of The Hellfire Club to be directed by Stephen Daldry.
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