MISS SAIGON - Equity Chorus Call / Dancers
Equity Chorus Call / Dancers
Wedesday, October 30, 2013
10 AM - Equity male dancers
2 PM - Equity female dancers
> Chorus rules are in effect.
> A monitor will be provided.
Artistic Director: Allen D. Cornell
Casting: Wojcik | Seay Casting
Director/ Choreographer: James Brennan
Musical Director: Ken Clifton
Please be prepared to dance at the start of the call with Jazz and Character shoes. Bring your book of music and be prepared to sing more than one song in case you are asked to do so. You may sing from the show. Please bring an updated photo and resume.
Miss Saigon relates the story of Puccini's Madama Butterfly set during the Vietnam War. As the war turns against the Americans, villagers are rushing to Saigon for refuge. One of them is Kim, a 17-year-old girl whose family was killed. She becomes a stripper at the Dreamland club where she meets a young American GI, Chris. The two quickly fall in love and move in together. When Saigon falls however, Chris is evacuated. Thinking he would never see Kim again, he marries an American woman, Ellen. Two years later, Chris's friend, John, informs Chris that he has fathered Kim's child. After Chris and his wife meet Kim in Bangkok, Thailand, Kim gives Chris the child, and then commits suicide.
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