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Currently casting

Bass/Valle Casting encourages people of all races, ages, ethnicities, abilities and gender identities to apply.
 

We place casting calls in Playbill, Backstage, Actors' Equity, Show Business Weekly, and Broadway World.
 

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EL OTRO OZ (A Bi-lingual Musical)
Atlantic Theater - Atlantic for Kids (New York, NY)

NON-UNION Contract
$600/wk rehearsals
$360/wk performance weeks


Venue: Atlantic Stage 2
 

Atlantic for Kids Artistic Director: Alison Beatty
Director: Melissa Crespo
Music Director: Andrew Sotomayor
Book: Mando Alvarado and Tommy Newman
Music and Lyrics: Jaime Lozano and Tommy Newman

Casting: Bass/Valle Casting
Casting Director: Gama Valle
Casting Associate: Gregory Jafari Van Acker

Auditions:

First round via self-tape.

Callbacks (in-person by invitation only):

10/17/23, 10/19/23 and 10/20/23

Location:

NYC

Production Dates:
First Rehearsal: 12/17/2023 

Opening: 01/13/2024

Closing: 02/18/2024

(NOTE: There will be a break in rehearsals from 12/23/2023 - 01/01/2024. 

Relaxed Performances will be offered on 02/09/2024 and 02/10/2024. There will be one Relaxed Performance Rehearsal on 02/07/2024 (TBC) for which actors will receive an additional $60.)

ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS: (preferred)

Please, fill out the form below by 09/27/23, for an opportunity to be invited to submit a video audition. The Bass/Valle Casting team will review all self-submissions.

Self-Submit Form: https://airtable.com/appLnLbj4jaz0cyvs/shrdRydTBKGEVnAeH

 

PHYSICAL SUBMISSIONS:

Not accepted at the time.

 

NOTES:
Bass/Valle Casting encourages people of all races, ages, ethnicities, abilities and gender identities to apply. 

 

Seeking NY local actors, as NY local housing and travel will not be provided.

SYNOPSIS:
As her fifteenth birthday approaches, Dora, a contemporary Latiné teenager, struggles with her family’s ideas about tradition and dreads her impending quinceañera! But, when Dora gets swept away to a strange new land, she learns how to celebrate her unique rhythm and embrace her cultural identity.

 

SEEKING:
 

MOTHER, CARNIVAL GLORIA, SOLDADO, THE WIZARD - Latiné, any age, Female-identifying. A strong mover. Big Personality. Comedic. Big Ego. Superstar. A3-F5 (Musical Theatre/Pop Mezzo) NOTE: The role requires the actor to be comfortable speaking in Spanish. 

DORA, TAQUITO -  Latiné, 18 to Mid 20’s, Female-identifying. A strong mover. She is a feisty, strong-willed, 15 year old. She's trying to figure out who she is. She's scared but she's also determined to figure it out with her trusted sidekick, Taquito. G3-Ab5 (Musical Theatre/Pop Soprano belt *Huge vocal range)

 

CHELO, CHICO, THE SCARECROW - Latiné, any age, Male-identifying. A skilled dancer. Sweet, energetic, smart, wants to be heard but his thoughts race too quickly for his mouth. A2-A4 (Latin Pop Baritenor) NOTE: The role requires the actor to be comfortable speaking in Spanish. 

CHAPARRO, PICO, CUERVO 1, THE MOUNTAIN LION - Latiné, any age, Male-identifying. A skilled dancer. Short, Emo, dark, melancholy, awkward, a romantic. F#3-D5 (Pop/Folk Tenor)

TINO, RICO, CUERVO 2, THE IRON CHEF - Latiné, any age, Male-identifying. A skilled dancer. Good-nature, dreamer, solid guy, funny. B2-C5 (Legit/Pop Tenor)
 

LA CURANDERA, LA BRUJA, THE BOUNCER - Latiné, any age, Female-identifying. A strong mover. Sophisticated, mean, elevated, smooth, snake like, tricky. F#3-F#5 (Musical Theatre Soprano Belter) NOTE: The role requires the actor to be comfortable speaking in Spanish.



UPCOMING PROJECTS:

- Cebollas (World Premiere - Denver Center for the Performing Arts)
- Clyde's (Syracuse Stage)
-
 House of Telescopes (World Premiere - Pipeline Theater, NYC)
- Murder at the Oriental Express (Syracuse Stage)

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