3-D Theatricals is a professional theatre company that employs Equity as well as Non-Equity actors.
We ask that you not contact the producers or artistic team for audition inquiries. Please read all information on this page, and if you have any further questions, please feel free to email email@example.com. Thank you!
All auditions and rehearsals take place at our rehearsal hall in Anaheim. There is plenty of parking on our lot.
1255 N. Knollwood Circle
KINKY BOOTS AUDITION INFO
Thank you so much to everyone who auditioned and sent in videos!
The following roles are cast:
2 FEMALE ENSEMBLE TRACKS (no more offers being made for the female ensemble)
2 MALE ENSEMBLE TRACKS (no more offers being made for the male ensemble)
Offers are out for the following roles:
Exec. Producer: T.J. Dawson
Director: John Tartaglia
Music Director: Benet Braun
Choreographer: Linda Love Simmons
Casting Director: Amber Snead
First Rehearsal: 1/27/20
Opens: 2/14/20 Closes: 3/1/20
REHEARSAL/PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: KINKY BOOTS Rehearsal Calendar
If you are unable to attend our auditions, we will accept a video. Video submissions will be accepted ONLY during the audition period. And, although we will accept video submissions, casting preference is given to those that live locally and are able to attend our auditions. There is so much talent in Southern California that we rarely have to go outside of it to cast our shows. If we do not find what we are looking for here, we will go through our submissions. Also, we do not offer housing/transportation for out of town actors.
We are not currently accepting submissions.
Equity contract: LOA based on COST contract. $650 per week (rehearsals and performance weeks).
Non Equity contract: $2,145 for the commitment
Children & Performers under 18: pay varies per role/per show
NOTE: IF YOU ARE NON-EQUITY AND WOULD ONLY ACCEPT AN EQUITY CONTRACT, OR IF YOU ARE AN AEA *MUST JOIN* PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF IT ON YOUR AUDITION FORM.
HEADSHOT RECYLCING PROGRAM: If you have auditioned for us previously (starting with 42ND ST. auditions), we have saved your headshot for you to reuse at another time! Simply tell the monitor your name and we will return your headshot to you.
All auditions are open. Non-Union will always be seen at our auditions!
10am-5pm (sign in at 9:30am)
AEA members can email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule their appointment time for the EPA. Non-Union will be seen but only AEA members can schedule an appointment.
ANGELS DANCE CALL
4pm (sign in begins at 3:30pm)
Please be prepared to dance in heels.
Tuesday 1/7/2020 (singing only)
Open Call 7:00pm-10:00pm (first come, first seen – no appointments given)
Sign in will begin at 6:30pm
Non-Union, save time at your audition and fill out the Non-Union Audition form Non-Union Audition Form
Callbacks: (At the invitation of the artistic staff only)
January 13th & 15th during the day
WHAT TO PREPARE:
Please sing something in the style of the show. Singing from the show is ok. Bring sheet music in proper key. An accompanist will be provided. NO a capella!
Score will be provided if singing from the show. Please bring headshot and resume STAPLED together.
SIDES: Here is a link to the sides & music being used for auditions. Our preference is for you to do the sides, but you are welcome to prepare something of your own. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hr0dwg0yspx8j5s/AABLIZnKriBLpZlhsEC7jixda?dl=0
KINKY BOOTS BREAKDOWN
CHARLIE PRICE – Male, late 20s – early 30s. Sings C3-B4. Just out of university, a really nice guy who has no clue what to do with the rest of his life. He’s handsome, lovable, but there’s a temper right under the skin. Henpecked by his girlfriend and a little lost. Must be a strong actor, have a great rock belt, and move well.
LOLA/SIMON – Male, early 30s, African-American. Sings C3-B4 (with one top C). An emotionally and physically challenging role that requires absolute star presence. Must have strong comedic ability and feel comfortable wearing everything from full glamour drag to nothing but boxing trunks. Must have a killer voice with power blues and gospel chops. Must move well.
LAUREN – Female, late 20s – early 30s. Sings Bb3-F#5. Beautiful, quirky, funny, smart, working class girl, who is practical and focused. Works in shoe factory with Charlie. Has bad luck with men. Seeking terrific comedic actor with strong pop belt.
NICOLA – Female, late 20s – early 30s. Sings Bb3-F#5. Charlie’s girlfriend since school. Sophisticated and glamourous. Steel willed, she is a driven and uncompromising social climber. She knows what she wants and goes for it. Must have a great pop voice.
DON – Male, late 20’s-early 30’s. Sings C3-F4 (must have a strong falsetto to D5 for the Finale). Lola’s nemesis. Burly hyper-masculine bear of a factory worker and former high school classmate of Charlie. Has a menacing physicality. Least likely to be seen on a runway in kinky boots. Must be a strong actor.
GEORGE – Male, 40s-50s. Sings C3-F4. Factory manager keeping up traditions. Reserved and tightly wound.
YOUNG CHARLIE – Boy, to play 10 years old. This is our lead as a ten year old boy. Lost, quiet, reflective. He is in the opening and closing sequences. Must have a great voice. Casting of this role will depend on who is cast as Charlie, so all types are encouraged to audition.
YOUNG LOLA – Boy, to play 10 years old, African-American. This is Lola as a ten year old boy whose father wants him to be a boxer, but he already knows he’s destined to wear high heels. He is in the opening and closing sequences. Must have a great voice and be comfortable wearing high heels during the show.
THE ANGELS – 20’s–30’s. These are the six drag performers from The Blue Angel Nightclub who perform with Lola. Actors with star quality and personality. Must be versatile and terrific singers (with a contemporary pop/rock/R & B belt) and dancers (required to dance in heels). Tumbling and acro skills a plus (one angel will back handspring and another does a tour into splits). Three Angels sing to C♯5 and three sing to A4. Please note: One ANGEL is cast and is also the Dance Captain.
TRISH – 40’s–50’s. Sings B♭3–D5 and must have strong rock/pop belt. Factory worker who has been there longer than any of the other women. A lot of life experience and a lot of responsibility–this shows in her face. Comedy chops.
PAT – 30’s. Sings B♭3–F♯5 and must be strong pop/rock soprano. Officious office manager who will let loose her wild side when allowed.
MR. PRICE – 40’s–50’s. Sings B♭2–G4 and must have a good voice. Charlie’s father and owner of the shoe factory. Appears in the opening and closing sequence as well as playing a pub patron, factory worker etc for the rest of the show.
HARRY – 20’s–30’s. Sings E3–C4. A contemporary of Charlie’s, but his opposite. Harry is successful, self-aware, confident and carefree. Must have a great rock voice. Also plays a Factory Worker etc.
SIMON SR. – 40’s-50’s. Lola’s father. An unforgiving tower of anger. Appears in the opening sequence and once in Act 2. Otherwise, will double as playing a pub patron, factory worker etc. for the rest of the show.
RICHARD BAILEY – 30’S-40’s. Nicola’s Boss. An overtly attractive and successful man.
ENSEMBLE – 20’s–50’s. The men and women of the ensemble must be excellent pop/rock singers. They will play factory workers, pub patrons etc. Factory workers should look like real, everyday people and be able to move well.
Q: I’m Non-Union. Can I audition?
- AUDITIONS ARE OPEN TO ANYONE WHO WISHES TO AUDITION.
Q. Are you a part of the EMC program?
- Yes we are! You can join the program if you are in one of our shows, and we also offer points!
Q: When are your next auditions?
- Auditions for NEWSIES will be held in February. Check back mid January for updates.
- WESTBEAT does not have any openings at the moment but we will send out an email when we are having auditions again.