July 5, 2016

Males for “How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying”


Have you got a passion for singing? Have you got those perfect dance moves? Are you willing to show case your talents on the mighty stage? Here comes the opportunity! If you are a resident of Old Bridge, New Jersey and adjoining vicinity and you think you have compelling vocal chords and flexible dancing moves, here is your chance to grab a role in a musical play “How to Success in business Without Trying. We are offering multiple lead and side roles.

Auditions Details:

  • Seeking singing and dancing male talents for multiple roles, aging between 18 to 56 years
  • Auditions will be held in Old Bridge, New Jersey. Venue and auditions timings will be notified through email to all applicants.
  • The casting call is not confined to any particular ethnic group. Male singers belonging to all races, ethnicities and cultural groups are equally encouraged to apply.
  • All offered roles are open. Call backs will be notified to the shortlisted candidates after their audition in the audition room.
  • Auditions will be conducted to test your singing and dancing skills. Please come prepared accordingly.
  • The audition will hold no karaoke. A musical accompanist will be there providing assistance to the candidates during their auditions.
  • Prepare 16 bars of any song of your choice, preferably in the same style as in the show 1960’s


Roles Offered and Character Breakdown

Following are the roles offered with their individual character details.

  1. Pierepont Finch

A male role, aging around 20 to 35, with tenor vocals; A young, highly ambitious and meticulous person, in pursuit of success and making his mark in the business world. He is charming and determined and holds a highlighting aura around him. However, even with all positive traits in his personality, he can rarely be depended on and trusted and will hover in between phases, from being uncertain to over confidence.

  1. B. Biggley

A male role, aging around 45 to 60, with a baritone voice; he is the President of the World Wide Wicket Company and is often found bragging about the position, to ensure that everyone knows about him well. Much narcissistic and self obsessed; he falls head over heels for a lot of women in his life.

Bud Frump

A male role, aging around 20 to 40 with a tenor tone of voice; He is Biggley’s nephew and works in the same World Wide Wicket Company under his uncle and makes full use of his close relationship with Biggley. He is a dull and lazy guy who aims to gain success in his company through nepotism and gaining favors from his uncle, rather than honest hard work. He attempts to portray everything as being under control and all good, which actually is not true. He has a messy and disorganized work habit and the people around him are well aware of the fact.

Bert Bratt

A male role, aging around 20 to 60 years with a baritone voice; he works as an executive in the World Wide Wicket Company and is doing a fairly good job of it. He is responsible for the hiring and lay off processes within the company that carry the plot and story line forward. He is an extremely trusted and reliable employee of the company and is one of the only few executives who are doing an honest and quality job.

Mr. Twimble

Male role, aging around 30 to 60 years, with a baritone voice; he is a dedicated, loyal and hard working employee of the world Wide Wicket Company, who has been staying on this designation of a low level executive, who is consistently exploited and beaten down by working in the mail ad post room for a major part of his career. He is a humble and simple person and is generally liked by everyone.

Wally Womper

A male role, aging around 40 to 70 years with a baritone voice; he is the chairman of the board of World Wide Wicket Company and holds a general persona of a grumpy looking man. He is generally a silent type, but when he speaks, he exhibits the aura and audacity of a dignified man that may appear as gruff to some, but is actually quite charming and proud of his blue collar background.

Milt Gatch

A male role, aging around 20 to 60 years with a tenor, bass or baritone voice; he is handsome, he is confident and has a charming personality that can seduce ay women in his proximity. He too possesses a great tendency to not stay immune to attractive female fir along time.

Benjamin Burton Daniel Ovington

A male role, aging around 20 to 40 years with a tenor, bass or baritone voice; He is called as the golden boy for being an eye candy for everyone. He is tall, smart, sharp and athletic and is hired to lead the company’s advertising department.

Male Ensemble

Multiple roles of junior Executives working in the World Wide Wicket Company, aging around 20 to 40 years and with multiple and varying vocal pitches, tones and ranges.


How to apply?

If you think you comply with one or more of the mentioned requisites of the offered roles please apply to this casting call by subscribing and dropping an application here, before 18th July, 2016. Remember to include an updated resume along with your application, entailing your relevant credentials, experience and complete contact details.

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