Los Altos Stage Company invites you to audition for Urinetown, our final round of casting in our 2014-2015 Season!

Auditions for our production of Urinetown, Music and Lyrics by Mark Hollmann, with Book and Lyrics by Greg Kotis, directed by Michael Ryken, will be held on November 11th from 6-10PM with callbacks on November 15th at the Los Altos Civic Center in Hillview Community Center Room 15.

Non-equity performers, please email your current headshot and resume to Associate Artistic Director Dan Wilson, at danwilson@losaltosstage.org. Those performers we are interested in seeing for an audition will be contacted regarding available timeslots. No calls please.

Actors booked for an audition timeslot will be asked to prepare one appropriate monologue no longer than 1 minute in length and your best 16-32 bars of a song well-suited for the role you are interested in playing. Piano accompaniment will be provided by Musical Director, Katie Coleman. Callbacks will be held by invitation on November 15h from 11:00AM-2PM (Time subject to change.)

Urinetown – Role Breakdown (PDF Link)

About the show:
This hilarious musical comedy with the eyebrow-raising title, took Broadway by storm when it opened in 2001. The winner of three Tony Awards, including Best Musical Score, Urinetown is a social satire set in a fictional future where water is so scarce that the government enforces a ban on private toilets. A hero emerges to lead the people in the fight for their basic rights.

“A fresh, unique, original, impudent, colorful, exciting, irreverent, surprising, and wonderful musical!” – The New York Observer

In a grim, Gotham-like city, a 20-year drought has occurred. As a result, the government has banned private toiletries and the citizens must use pay toilets regulated by a monopolistic company, the Urine Good Company, which charges exorbitant prices. Bobby Strong, the assistant custodian at the poorest urinal in town, decides enough is enough. With the help of Hope Cladwell, the daughterof the CEO of the Urine Good Company, Bobby ends up leading a rebellion which frees the citizens.

Production timeline:
The show will run from May 28-June 27, 2015. Performances on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays are at 8PM, and Sunday shows are 3PM matinees. Rehearsals will begin in early April, 2015 (schedule to be determined). All performers in the production will receive a stipend of $350 (flat) for the run of the show. (Travel stipends are available for those travelling greater distances.)

† Sorry, at this point we are unable to work with equity performers.

The Los Altos Civic Center is located at 97 Hillview Ave Los Altos CA 94022.