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“It Happened in Key West” The Musical “Developmental Lab “


The Fulton Theatre will be holding auditions on May 22nd, 2017 from 4-9pm in the Fulton Theatre Education Building located at 24 N. Prince St, directly adjacent to the Fulton Theatre.

These auditions are for a semi staged developmental lab workshop production of the new musical “It Happened In Key West” by Broadway Composer Jill Santoriello (Tale Of Two Cities), Jason Huza and Jeremiah James.

Rehearsals will be August 10th-24th, with performances happening at the Fulton Theatre August 25th-27th.

This is a non-union workshop (Stipend)

Seeking non-union actor/singers for various roles (Local hires only. No Housing Provided. i.e. Lancaster/Philadelphia/Baltimore)

Please prepare 32 bars of a traditional musical theatre song, showing range. Please bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided.

Please bring a headshot and resume. Click on the link below to sign up for a time slot

Please see synopsis and breakdown below:

It Happened In Key West  is based on the shocking true events that rocked the tiny island of Key West in the 1930s. After nearly four decades of searching for the dream girl of his boyhood visions, eccentric scientist Carl finds his beloved on the little island of Key West, only to lose the young beauty to the fatal disease of tuberculosis. But for Carl, the eternal optimist, death is only the beginning. Haunted by the spirit of his believed (and seemingly at her request) Carl takes her body from the graveyard and brings her home where they live undetected for seven years. And where Carl embarks on the most ambitious fixer-upper project in history!


Tom/Luis/Ensemble  (30s) Tom: Cynical, ambitious reporter from New York Times. Fast talking, hungry and convinced Carl is nuts. Luis: Elena’s husband, handsome Cubano. Abandons Elena. 2nd Tenor/ Baritone

Nana Hoyos Medina/Ensemble  (30s) Greedy, cold and manipulative older sister of Elena.(Think Disney’s  Evil stepsister.) 2nd Soprano/Alto

Celia Hoyos/Ensemble  (20s) Nana’s younger, dimwitted but equally shallow sister.( Think Disney Evil Villain sidekick!)  2nd Soprano/Alto

Mario Medina/Ensemble  (late 30s) Affable, kind hearted husband to Nana. Sympathetic to Carl. 1st Tenor

Mama Hoyos/Ensemble (Early 40s to 50s) Sweet, slightly clueless mother of Elena and Nana. 2nd Soprano/Alto

Papa Hoyos/Sheriff  ( Early 40s to 50s) Papa: Kind, affable, fairly traditional Cuban father to three daughters. Sheriff: Becomes a supporter of Carl and later his friend. Baritone

Enrique/Evil Dr Lungu/Ensemble (40s) Slovenly, perpetually inebriated Cubano. Evil Dr Lungu: Comical Transylvanian Evil Dr.  2nd Tenor/Baritone

Dr. Lombard/Judge/Ensemble (40s)  Dr. Lombard: Chief surgeon of the Naval Hospital. Judge: Feels for Carl. Baritone

Female Ensemble( 20s ) to play various ensemble roles. Must be an Excellent 1st Soprano

Male Ensemble: ( 20s )to play various Ensemble roles. 1st Tenor

Click Here To Sign Up For A Time Slot






The 2016-2017 season is as follows:

Billy Elliot: The Musical
Book and Lyrics by Lee Hall
Music by Elton John
Based on the Univeral Picture/Studio Canal Film

The Fulton Theatre Production of Disney’s
Beauty and the Beast
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice
Book yby Linda Woolverton

Irving Berlin’s
Annie Get Your Gun
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Original Book by Herbert Fields and Dorothy Fields
As Revised by Peter Stone

In The Heights
Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda
Book by Quiara Alegria Hudes
Conceived by Lin-Manuel Miranda

Always…Patsy Cline
Created and originally directed by Ted Swindley
Based on a true story

Disney’s Newsies
Music by Alan Menken
Book by Harvey Fierstein
Lyrics by jack Feldman


New York City Auditions

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Audition Requirements

Please bring a headshot and resume to all auditions
To reserve an audition spot for the local Lancaster auditions, click on the Schedule Audition link.
For all NYC auditions Equity audition protocols are followed
For all appointment days in NYC, please have your agent contact Bob Cline to schedule all appointments
An accompanist will be provided, please do not sing acapella
No phone calls
If you are unable to attend any of the auditions listed above, please feel free to submit all materials to