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Casting Call - Broadway Musical Gypsy

You have a chance to audition for a part in the Broadway musical, Gypsy!
Gypsy - The Broadway Musical

If you've been bit by the acting bug and are looking for an opportunity to show off your talents, we've got the casting call for you. A ton of today's hot celebs like, David Schwimmer, Natalie Portman and even Joey Fatone, have started out or made their way to Broadway in New York City and now you have a chance too! Find out how you can tap and sing your way into the hearts of millions.

 

Casting Call for the Broadway Musical Gypsy

The casting directors for Gypsy are looking to cast three parts for the revival of the Broadway musical Gypsy:

  • Baby June: A 7-10 year-old to play Rose's daughter who is constantly being groomed to be the next Broadway star. Seeking a cute, blonde, high-energy performer with a fantastic belt, who dances well, has gymnastic skills and is skilled at twirling a baton.
  • Baby Louise: An 8-12 year-old to play an awkward girl with hidden strength who lives quietly in the shadow of her sister. Seeking a brunette who is fairly tall and can sing well.
  • Newsboys: 8-12 year-olds to play boys that Mama Rose stole en route to LA for Baby June's vaudeville act. All must sing and move well.

What to Bring to Gypsy Audition

Each person will be required to sing one prepared song of traditional musical theater. All you have to do is bring the sheet music and there will be someone there to play it for you. Also, don't forget to bring your resume and headshots for the casting director to look over!

 

Broadway's Gypsy Audition - Where to Go

The Gypsy auditions will take place at the Ripley-Grier Studios, 520 8th Avenue 16th floor, New York, NY on Saturday September 13th, 2003. Both union and non-union girls will be auditioning at 10 AM and both union and non-union boys will be auditioning at 2 PM.

So, if you think you've got what it takes to be on Broadway, get down to the Gypsy auditions and make things happen!

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