AUDITION INFORMATION Mainstage Musical Auditions: Sep 27th and 28th, 2010 Joseph and the Children’s Choir Auditions: 6:00pm Adult Audition Times: 7:00pm; 8:00pm and 9:00pm Amazing Performances: Dec 3-5, 9-12 and 16-19, 2010 Technicolor 1. Call 717-854-3894 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an audition. 2. Dress comfortably for a movement audition. 3. Prepare 16 bars or 1 minute of a musical theatre song. Dreamcoat 4. Callbacks will be held on Wed, Sep 29th, 2010. 5. Bring all known conflicts from the months of Oct-Dec to auditions. 6. YLT cannot cast actors who are not available for all performances. 7. YLT will post the cast list on Friday, Oct 1, 2010 after 2 PM. When Joseph, favorite son of Jacob, is sold into slavery by his eleven jealous brothers, his adventures have only just begun. But when his journey to find his way home lands him in the presence of Pharaoh, Joseph begins to wonder if he’ll ever see his family again. Age Range Character (not the age of the actor, Voice Description the age the actor must play) Joseph 18-20’s Baritone – Tenor Favorite son of Jacob, can interpret dreams to foretell the future, likeable, naïve if not a bit self-centered 1.Prologue 6.Close Every Door 11.The Brothers Come to Egypt/Grovel, Grovel 2.Joseph’s Coat 7.Go, Go, Go Joseph (and reprise) 12.Who’s The Thief? 3.Joseph’s Dreams 8.Poor, Poor Pharaoh/Song of the King 13.Joseph All the Time 4.Poor, Poor Joseph 9.Song of the King (reprise) 14.Any Dream Will Do (Finale) 5.Potiphar 10.Pharaoh’s Dream Explained 15.Megamix Mezzo Narrator 20s’-30’s Legit / Belt A modern storyteller who is at once impartial observer to and impassioned player of Joseph’s story 1.Prologue 7.Go, Go, Go Joseph (and reprise) 13.Who’s the Thief? 2.Jacob and Sons 8.A Pharaoh’s Story 14.Joseph All the Time 3.Joseph’s Coat 9.Poor, Poor Pharaoh/Song of the King 15.Any Dream Will Do (Finale) 4.Joseph’s Dreams 10.Song of the King (reprise) 16.Megamix 5.Poor, Poor Joseph 11.Stone The Crows 6.Potiphar 12.The Brothers Come to Egypt/Grovel, Grovel Jacob (also plays Potiphar) Late 50’s-60’s Baritone Joseph’s father, a doting father, blinded to his other sons’ machinations by his own devotion to Joseph 1.Joseph’s Coat 2.Potiphar (as Potiphar) 3.Those Canaan Days 4.Finale 5.Megamix Ensemble: The brothers and the wives appear in all ensemble numbers and play a number of cameo roles. 1.Prologue 9.Go, Go, Go Joseph (and reprise) 17.Who’s The Thief? 2.Jacob and Sons 10.A Pharaoh’s Story 18.Benjamin Calypso 3.Joseph’s Coat 11.Poor, Poor Pharaoh/Song of the King 19.Joseph All The Time 4.Joseph’s Dreams 12.Song of the King (reprise) 20.Jacob In Egypt 5.Poor, Poor Joseph 13.Pharaoh’s Dream Explained 21.Finale 6.One More Angel in Heaven 14.Stone the Crows 22.Megamix 7.Journey to Egypt (snake and camel) 15.Those Canaan Days (brothers only) 8.Potiphar 16.The Brothers Come to Egypt/Grovel, Grovel The Brothers (also double as Potiphar’s Servants, Prisoners, and Pharaoh’s Guards) Reuben - eldest of Jacob’s sons (also plays Pharaoh) 30’s Baritone Simeon - second son, fearless and envious (also plays the Baker) Early 30’s Tenor Levi – third son, pious and fearless (also plays the Butler) Early 30’s Tenor (more characters available on back) Judah – fourth son, leader of the brothers Late 20’s Tenor (soloist in Benjamin Calypso) Dan – fifth son, the black sheep of the family Late 20’s Baritone (featured soloist in One More Angel) Napthali – sixth son, very quick (also plays Boy in Potiphar) 20’s Tenor Gad – seventh son, very lucky (also plays Boy in Potiphar) 20’s Baritone Asher – eight son, innocent of evil (also plays Boy in Potiphar) 20’s Bass Issachar – ninth son, a coward who depends on the strength of his Early 20’s Baritone brothers (featured soloist in Those Canaan Days) Zebulon – tenth son, a strong brute, Issachar’s protector Early 20’s Bass (featured Apache dancer) Benjamin – youngest son and Joseph’s favorite brother, an innocent Late Teens Baritone The Wives (also double as Potiphar’s Servants, Prisoners, and Pharaoh’s Adoring Girls) Mother of Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar and Zebulon 40’s-50’s Mother of Dan and Napthali (also plays Poptiphar’s Wife) 30’s-40’s Alto Mother of Gad and Asher 30’s-40’s Wife of Reuben 30’s Wife of Simeon (also sings as Camel) 30’s Alto Wife of Levi 30’s Wife of Dan (featured soloist in One More Angel) 20’s Soprano Wife of Napthali 20’s Wife of Gad 20’s Wife of Asher Early 20’s Wife of Issachar (also sings as Snake) Early 20’s Soprano Wife of Zebulon (featured Apache dancer) Early 20’s Wife of Benjamin Late Teens Children’s Choir: Sing throughout and dance in some numbers. 1.Overture 8.Entr’acte 15.Who’s The Thief? 2.Prologue 9.A Pharaoh’s Story 16.Benjamin Calypso 3.Jacob and Sons 10.Poor, Poor Pharaoh/Song of the King 17.Joseph All The Time 4.Joseph’s Coat 11.Song of the King (reprise) 18.Jacob In Egypt 5.Poor, Poor Joseph 12.Pharaoh’s Dream Explained 19.Finale 6.Close Every Door 13.Stone the Crows 20.Megamix 7.Go, Go, Go Joseph (and reprise) 14.The Brothers Come to Egypt/Grovel, Grovel YLT is a non-profit, volunteer theatre. All members of the community are welcome and encouraged to audition, regardless of level of experience, gender, ethnicity, age, or sexual orientation. YLT does not pre-cast for regularly scheduled productions. YLT cannot offer compensation for actors/volunteers.