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Upcoming Auditions


Dates: January 2, January 3
Callbacks: January 4
Times: 6:00 pm to 9 pm
Location: 11th Floor, Dulles State Office Building

Show Synopsis

It's 1979, and New York's hottest A-listers are lining up for the opening of a floating casino and discotheque. Also attending is a faded disco star, a sexy nightclub singer with her eleven-year-old twins, a disaster expert, a feminist reporter, an older couple with a secret, a pair of young guys who are looking for ladies, an untrustworthy businessman and a nun with a gambling addiction. What begins as a night of boogie fever quickly changes to panic as the ship succumbs to multiple disasters, such as earthquakes, tidal waves and infernos. As the night turns into day, everyone struggles to survive and, quite possibly, repair the love that they've lost... or at least escape the killer rats.

Disaster! is a new musical straight from Broadway, featuring some of the most unforgettable songs of the '70s. "Knock on Wood," "Hooked on a Feeling," "Sky High," "I Am Woman" and "Hot Stuff" are just a few of the scintillating hits in this hilarious musical comedy with a book by three-time Emmy Award nominee and SiriusXM Broadway host, Seth Rudetsky, and Jack Plotnick.

Synopsis from MTIShows.com

Audition Info
  • Prepare at least 16 bars of a pop song (no Broadway-style songs)
  • Prepare a two minute comedic monologue (does not have to be memorized)
  • Provide sheet music; an accompanist will be available
  • An accompaniment-only CD is acceptable, provided it is edited and cued correctly.  However, be prepared to have a backup playback method.

If you have conflicts with Tuesday or Wednesday, contact us for alternate arrangements

Available Roles
Chad (Age: 35 to 43)
A handsome and winning man. Pretends to be a player, but is really still heartbroken over the loss of his first love. Tenor with a great rock and pop voice. Vocal range top: B4

Scott (Age: 30 to 40)
Goofy guy. A nerd who wants to be cool. Tenor with a sweet voice. Vocal range top: B4

Ted (Age: 40 to 50)
A disaster expert. Non-emotional. Dry. A serious, professorial type. Vocal range top: G4)

Marianne (Age: 33 to 40)
An attractive and focused journalist. Insecure underneath it all. Great, high pop belt. Vocal range top: F#5

Tony (Age: 35 to 50)
A very unscrupulous but attractive and (sometimes) charming middle-aged man.  A schemer. Vocal range top: Ab4

Jackie (Age: 32 to 42)
An aging but still sexy showgirl and now lounge singer. Dumb but honest. Godlie Hawn-esque. Vocal range top: D5

Ben / Lisa (Age: 10 to 13)
Played by a young boy. Smart boy and girl twins played by the same actor. Honest and direct. Jackie’s son and daughter. Amazing pop voice. Belt to a high D. With vibrato! A young Michael Jackson/Andrea McArdle.  Vocal range top: D5

Sister Mary Downey (Age: 30 to 50)
Awkward, judgmental nun with a gambling addiction. Great high pop belt. Vocal range top: B5

Shirley (Age: 50 to 65)
Perhaps heavy set, lovable and jolly Jewish woman.  Maury’s wife. Dancing a plus. Great comedic actress. Vocal range top: B4

Maury (Age: 50 to 65)
Lovable and jolly. Shirley’s dedicated husband.  Vocal range top: G4

Levora Verona (Age: 30 to 50)
A flamboyant and glamorous faded disco diva. Pushy and sassy but in love with her sweet dog. Great pop belt. Vocal range top: E5

Ensemble Men/Women: Able to play various glamorous party guests/character roles. Great comedic chops, good dance ability and great voices needed.

Audition Forms

Audition Basics

  • Prepare 16 bars of a song (not from the show that you are auditioning for) that showcases your voice well
  • Make sure your sheet music is prepared and marked for the accompanist
  • Dress in clothing appropriate for performing some basic moves
  • You only need to attend one audition session, unless you are also invited to a Call Back for more intense work with the director
  • Bring a headshot if you have one - you will not have your photo returned to you
  • Download, print and fill out your paperwork ahead of time to bring to auditions - avoid delays!
  • Bring an acting resume if you have one; this is not required, but it will save you paperwork time
  • Be prepared to notate ALL of your calendar conflicts for the entire rehearsal/performance schedule, including specific dates and times
  • Be prepared to read from the script; the script will be provided for you

    * Check the audition information for specific requirements as they are different for each production *

Audition Tips (PDF)