Auditions for “Disaster!”



By Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick

Directed by Noah Terry
Produced by R. Shane Bingham
Music Directed by Scott Donohue
Choreographed by Katelyn Norman


SYNOPSIS: Earthquakes, tidal waves, infernos and the unforgettable songs of the ’70s take center stage in Broadway’s side-splitting homage to classic disaster films. Featuring some of the most unforgettable songs of the ’70s such as: “Hooked on a Feeling,” “Still the One”, “I Will Survive”, “Hot Stuff”, and many, many more.

PERFORMANCES: April 10 – May 10, 2020 (Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM, Sunday matinees at 2 PM)

AUDITIONS: Auditions will take place February 10th-12th, 2020 from 7-10pm, and will consist of a musical audition, a dance audition, and cold reading from provided sides. Auditioners should plan to arrive before 7pm to complete paperwork, and depending on turnout, expect to stay for the duration. Callbacks, if needed, will take place Thursday, April 13th from 7-10pm and will involve additional sides and musical selections from the show. All auditions and callbacks will take place at Camarillo Skyway Playhouse, 330 Skyway Dr, Camarillo, CA 93010. This is a non-equity production. There is no pay.

Please bring a photo and resume with you to auditions. Please note ALL potential conflicts for rehearsals on the evening of the audition. Please be sure to include any conflicts during the rehearsal period, even dates not currently listed as rehearsal days.

Please audition with a 16-32 bar cut from musical theatre – or a 70s pop song – that will best display your vocal range. (PLEASE DO NOT SELECT A SONG FROM THE SHOW.) An accompanist will be provided if you bring sheet music in the correct key. CDs will also be accepted if they are cut/cued to the correct length.

All roles are open, and are available to any ethnicity. Please note that age ranges are guidelines, and not firm limits.


Chad (Male, 20s-30s): A handsome and winning man. Pretends to be a player, but is really still heartbroken over the loss of his first love. Tenor with a great rock and pop voice.

Vocal Range Top: B4

Scott (Male, 20s-30s): Goofy guy. A nerd who wants to be cool. Tenor with a sweet voice.

Vocal Range Top: B4

Ted (Male, 40s-50s): A disaster expert. Non-emotional. Dry. A serious, professorial type.

Vocal Range Top: G4

Marianne (Female, 20s-30s): An attractive and focused journalist. Insecure underneath it all. Great, high pop belt.

Vocal Range Top: F#5

Tony (Male, 30s-50s): A very unscrupulous but attractive and (sometimes) charming middle-aged man. A schemer.

Vocal Range Top: Ab4

Jackie (Female, mid 30s – mid50s): An aging but still sexy showgirl and now lounge singer. Dumb but honest. Godlie Hawn-esque.

Vocal range top: D5

Ben/Lisa (Male, 10-15): Played by a young boy. Smart boy and girl twins played by the same actor. Honest and direct. Jackie’s son and daughter. Amazing pop voice. Belt to a high D. With vibrato! A young Michael Jackson/Andrea McArdle.

Vocal Range Top: D5

Sister Mary Downey (Female, 30s-50s): Awkward, judgmental nun with a gambling addiction. Great high pop belt.

Vocal Range Top: B5

Shirley (Female, 40s-60s): A lovable and jolly Jewish woman. Maury’s wife. Dancing a plus. Great comedic actress.

Vocal Range Top: B4

Maury (Male, 40s-60): Shirley’s likewise loveable and jolly husband. Dedicated to Shirley.

Vocal Range Top: B4

Levora Verona (Female, 30s-50s): A flamboyant and glamorous faded disco diva. Pushy and sassy but in love with her sweet dog. Great pop belt.

Vocal range top: E5

Male/Female Ensemble (Adults, any age): Able to play various glamorous party guests/character roles. Great comedic chops, wide range of dance skills.


For any questions, please contact Producer R. Shane Bingham at

Disaster! is presented through special arrangement with Musical Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also provided by MTI.

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