EPA Auditions for Capital Repertory Theatre’s TYA Shows

Capital Repertory Theatre (Albany, NY) 2019-2020 Season

TYA EPA Auditions for Cinderella! and Petticoats of Steel

Producing Artistic Director: Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill

Associate Artistic Director: Margaret E. Hall

Chief Administrative Officer: Philip Morris

Contract Deal Points:

1.  One Roundtrip Amtrak from NYC to Albany, NY
2.  Private Housing in theREP’s company apartments (no sharing)
3.  Weekly Salary of $585.00
4.  Must join AEA Contract
5.  TYA In-School Tour (no overnights)

Monday August 12, 2019

10am-6pm                                                     Location:

Lunch from 1-2pm                                        Capital Repertory Theatre

111 North Pearl Street,

Albany, NY 12207

Please prepare:

*   A short monologue of your choice.
*   Those interested in Cinderella! should also prepare a song, a cappella, preferably in the doo-wop style. One minute or less.
*   Additionally, please bring a stapled copy of your headshot and resume

All actors, Equity and Non-Equity, are welcome to submit.

All actors cast will receive an Equity Contract.

All actors will be put on an Actor/ASM contract. [As ASM’s, actors will help with load in and load out, set up and strike of the set.]

No appointment necessary for AEA actors.

Non-union actors interested in auditioning should submit their picture and resume, to casting@capitalrep.org and will be seen as time permits.


Adapted by Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill and Margaret E. Hall

Based on the classic Fairy Tale by Charles Perrault

Original Score by Josh D. Smith

Directed by Margaret E. Hall

Who wouldn’t want a night off from the mountain of chores foisted upon them by a ruthless step-mother and the constant bullying of two truly unkind step-sisters? Join Cinderella on the adventure of her life when, in one short night, she will witness magic, travel to the palace, dance with the Prince, experience real friendship, and gain a true sense of self. With the help of her rapping and toe tapping Fairy God Mother, Cinderella will see that there is more to life than the unfortunate step-family thrust upon her (and they may learn a lesson or two as well). In this new musical adaptation students will explore themes such as jealousy, self-esteem, good-vs-evil and finding one?s voice. A fun and upbeat new twist, with doo-wop inspired music, this adaptation of Cinderella will leave you saying ?the future is mine for the choosing!?

First Rehearsal: September 19, 2019

First Performance: October 7, 2019

Closing Performance: November 3, 2019

Seeking (3) versatile, physically agile, quick study actor singers.

The roles of Actor 2 (Fairy God Person/Prince’s Valet/Cinderella’s Father) and Actor 3 (Step Mother and Step Sisters) have been pre-cast.

All actors involved in the production need to be quick study, move well and be comfortable manipulating puppets.

Actor 4: Plays Prince/Ensemble. Male 20s-30s. He is the cool cat in town – think Conrad Birdie from Bye Bye Birdie. A bit restless in his life but fun. Must be able to dance and the ability rap, a plus.

Actor 1: Plays Cinderella. Female 20s-30s. Good natured and kind, Cinderella always finds a way to improve her own situation, not matter how bad it is. Ever the optimist, she takes each moment to learn and grow into herself.

Actor 5: Plays Narrator, King, Puppeteer. Male, late 20s-30s. A storyteller with verbal dexterity, able to weave a spell enabling young audiences to enter a “once upon a time” world. Must have experience with puppetry.


By Carolyn Anderson & Jill Rafferty-Weinisch

Directed by Margaret E. Hall

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment – Women’s Right to Vote! This powerful production allows students to experience the battles fought – and ultimately won – for women’s suffrage told in the voices of the brave warriors who fought them as well as those who fought – and still are fighting – for civil rights for all. Petticoats of Steel uses primary sources and chronicles the story of how women got the vote in NYS and the United States through the work of African American and Caucasian suffragettes, including Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Mary Church Terrell, and Sojourner Truth (and others).

First Rehearsal: February 6, 2020

First Performance: February 24, 2020

Closing Performance: March 20, 2020

Seeking (3) female versatile, physically agile, quick study actors.

Actor Tracks 1 and 2: Female 20s-30s: (2) Physically adept actor who will portray a variety of characters both male and female, including Sojourner Truth, Mary Church Terell, Lucretia Mott, and Harriet Tubman.

Actor Track 3: Female 20s-30s: (1) Physically adept actor who will portray a variety of characters both male and female including Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Clara Barton.

TYA Stage Managers: We do not have any open positions for TYA stage managers this season. However, stage managers interested in working with theREP in the future may submit their resumes to Production Manager, Brandon Curry, at: bcurry@capitalrep.org

For more than a decade, Capital Repertory Theatre’s TYA On-The Go! in-School touring productions have been presented in a variety of schools and environments throughout the Capital Region to very diverse audiences. Actors should enjoy performing for and interacting with young audiences (middle and high school students). There are post-show discussions after every performance (time permitting). Actors must also be collegial and adaptive. There are no overnight stays on the tour. The TYA work week is Monday – Saturday.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s