Thursday, May 29, 2014

BALTIMORE ROCK OPERA SOCIETY TO HOLD AUDITIONS FOR CAST & BAND FOR FALL 2014 SHOW

AUDITIONS ARE COMING! CAST & BAND!

THE ELECTRIC PHAROAH

WHEN:  Sunday, June 1, from 1 PM-7:30 PM and Monday, June 2, from 7 PM-10 PM
WHERE:
BROS HQ aka The Bell Foundry 1st Floor: 1539 N Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202 (enter through glass double doors on south side of Federal Street, east of Calvert).
Please RSVP to
BROS.AUDITIONS@GMAIL.COM to reserve a slot in one of the hour-long group auditions.

CASTING AUDITIONS: We will be casting 5 primary roles, 5 secondary roles and a large ensemble. We are not specifically looking for any one actor type for any of the roles. All are welcome!

HOW TO RESERVE A TIME SLOT (CAST)
Visit our
Facebook Event Page or our Website for all the details.

Although we do not have a lead role for a young actor, actors aged 8 and up are encouraged to attend!

 

 

BAND AUDITIONS!

WHEN:  Sunday, June 8, from 1 PM to 6:30 PM and on Monday, June 9, from 7 PM to 10 PM in half hour slots.

We are currently looking for the following:Drummer, Percussionist, 2 Guitarists, Bassist, Synth/Keyboardist, Production/Electronicist

If you are interested in being a part of this opportunity to melt some faces, play music with people that love their craft, and BE AWESOME then sign up for an audition slot on this sheet!

If you have any questions, please send an email to Stephen Frank!


The Electric Pharaoh is a rock musical set in a place which was once ancient Egypt, but is now a futuristic city where electricity is currency and a powerful pharaoh keeps the people divided. A boy from the lower crust, full of strange mysteries, uncovers the secrets of the past with his friends and sets off a revolution to the tune of garage rock mixed with larger-than-life electronic rock.

The Electric Pharaoh is the 6th original production written and produced by the Baltimore Rock Opera Society. This large-scale, science-fiction audio-visual epic will feature a large ensemble, a hybrid rock and electronic live band, extensive multimedia design and a cast of thousands. The show will open in Baltimore for two weekends of performance before going to a single weekend of shows in both Philly and DC.

 

Oh, and you want to get involved but the stage isn't your playground? Fret not—the All Call-to-Arms Volunteer Meeting will be happening soon! Keep your eyes and inboxes open!