From Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/events/2375476449138371/
April 26, 2019
Fort Gordon is excited to announce auditions for our summer musical – Adrift in Macao!
Directed: Karen Brotherton
Musical Director: Stacy Reynolds
Choreographer: Kay Gross
Friday April 26 @ 7:30pm
Saturday April 27 @ 1:00pm
Musical Theatre Workshop Studio
3817 Martinez Boulevard, Martinez GA 30907 • Down the road from Putt Putt, in the Boulevard Plaza, behind Tae Kwon Do
Parts for 3 women & 4 men
MITCH – Male, an American who has been framed for murder by a mysterious villain named McGuffin.
LUREENA – Blonde bombshell who gets hired to be a singer at a club her first night in Macao, China.
TEMPURA – Male, Asian, Club’s piano player.
CORINNA – Female, Club’s entertainer before Lureena.
RICK SHAW – Male, cynical surf and turf casino owner who hires Lureena to be his nightclub singer.
JOE – Male, bartender.
DAISY – Female, cigarette girl.
PLEASE PREPARE: A traditional musical theatre song of your choosing that also shows a strong character choice. Up tempo and/or comedic preferred. Be prepared we may only ask for a 16-32 bar cut.
An accompanist will be provided. Please bring sheet music in the appropriate key. Or you may bring musical accompaniment on CD or Phone.
Please bring a resume and photo.
July 19, 20, 26, 27, 28 & August 2, 3
Beyond Broadway: Adrift in Macao
Set in 1952 in Macao, China, Adrift in Macao is a loving parody of film noir movies. Everyone that comes to Macao is waiting for something, and though none of them know exactly what that is, they hang around to find out. The characters include your film noir standards, like Laureena, the curvaceous blonde, who luckily bumps into Rick Shaw, the cynical surf and turf casino owner her first night in town. She ends up getting a job singing in his night club – perhaps for no reason other than the fact that she looks great in a slinky dress. And don’t forget about Mitch, the American who has just been framed for murder by the mysterious villain McGuffin. With songs and quips, puns and farcical shenanigans, this musical parody is bound to please audiences of all ages.