Book of Mormon Casting Call
Fellow theater lovers, a very unique opportunity is coming to Denver. The Award winning Book of Mormon is holding auditions right here in Denver to join their cast.
Whether you love to act, sing, dance, or simply sit back in your theater chair and appreciate the show it is worth noting the amazing transformation that is happening in Denver and the growth of our arts culture.
From the main stages of the Denver Theater district to the art walks along Santa Fe, this city loves the arts.
And with news of this audition it might just be that someone you know could be on the stage for one of the most highly acclaimed shows of our generation.
Here are the details…
Anyone interested in auditioning for any or all of these companies should submit a picture and resume and any additional materials firstname.lastname@example.org by 5PM Saturday, February 9th 2013. Please make sure you put the City Name of the audition in the subject line. Due to the amount of emails we receive, we may not be able to respond to every submission. Please note that submitting does not guarantee an appointment. Both Equity and Non Equity should submit.
Producer: Anne Garefino & Scott Rudin
Director: Trey Parker & Casey Nicholaw
Book, Music & Lyrics: Robert Lopez, Matt Stone & Trey Parker
Music Supervisor: Stephen Oremus
Choreographer: Casey Nicholaw
Sacramento Casting Director: Jeremy Rich
Casting Director: Carrie Gardner
ARNOLD CUNNINGHAM (Early 20’s-Late 20’s to play 18): Caucasian. Seeking a true character actor. Must be a physical contrast to the other good looking, All-American Mormons. Dweeby, dorky, nerdy, overweight, or all four combined. Arnold is a pathological liar but his heart is in the right place. He is a total screw-up but not for lack of trying, he always wants to do the right thing. Must be fantastic comedic actor who sings well. Tenor. We are also particularly interested in comics who sing.
KEVIN PRICE (Early 20’s-Late 20’s to play 18): Caucasian. All-American. Very handsome. Head of the class, always optimistic. Heroic Mormon. Must be a great comedic actor and a fantastic pop-rock high tenor to a B. Should be at least 5’10 or taller.
NABALUNGI (18- Late 20’s to play 20): Black African. Pretty. Takes the hardships of her village very seriously and wants to help her people find a better life. Must have great comic timing. Strong Alto. Belt to an E.
ELDER MCKINLEY (early 20’s to late 20’s to play 18): Caucasian. District leader of the Mormon missionaries in Uganda. All- American, wide-eyed and hopeful. Often struggles to cover his flamboyant tendencies and adhere to his Mormon morals. Must be a fantastic comedic actor and great singer. High Baritone who can pop out high Bb’s for comedic effect.
[MAFALA HATIMBI] (40’s): Black African. Father of Nabalungi. Has come to accept the hardships in the village where they live but is a discerning community leader and tries to bring joy to their lives. Must be a great comedic actor and singer. Also interested in actors who sing.
PRICE’S DAD/MISSION PRESIDENT/VARIOUS ROLES) (40’s): Caucasian. All-American good looks and physique. Plays several parts from the perfect picture of a head of a Mormon household, to the stern missionary president, to Joseph Smith, so must have the ability to be transformative. Must be a great comedic actor and good singer. High Baritone to an Ab.
[GENERAL] (Late 20’s to Late 30’s): Black African. The general is a warlord in Uganda who is terrorizing the local villagers. A physically threatening and intimidating figure who is a great comedic actor and singer. Baritone to an F.
[FEMALE AFRICAN VILLAGERS] Late 20’s to late 30’s. Black African. Seeking great comedic actresses with excellent singing voices. Seeking Altos, Gospel Sopranos and Gospel Belters of all physical types.