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RCTP Ltd. are looking to cast a new version of Don Giovanni, reversing the roles of all the cast except Don Giovanni and set in the 80's club scene. This production aims to be site-specific and in promenade with a 'plug and play' style, as we plan to tour the show in around Europe at major club venues. Performances can be cleared early enough for clubs to open their doors to their night time business.


Heaven Nightclub 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd, 29th, 30th April                       (17:00pm Sunday and 19:00 Monday nights).


Characters


Don (Don Giovanni) Baritone - In his 30's attractive, dangerously sexy, and irresistible - to either sex..


Leanora (Laperello) Mezzo - P.A. to the Don... any age, but with an air of brittle patience...


Eddie (Donna Elivra) Tenor - 30's, with a responsible city job. Bitter and twisted.


Alan (Donna Anna) Tenor - 20's young Chelsea set but shy and vulnerable.



Olga(Don Otavio) Soprano - 20's Chelsea set, over confident and self-assured


Petra (Mum) (Comendatore) Older Dramatic Soprano or Dramatic Mezzo - Chelsea set Mum on a mission...


Marina (Masetto) Soprano (musical theatre voice considered) - early 20's. Out of town estate girl, a bit wet behind the ears but with attitude


Zac (Zerlina) Light Baritone (musical theatre voice considered) - early 20's. Out of town estate lad, a bit of a dreamer. Very good looking...


Club Hunks x2 Acting ASM - Non singing role but need to go bare chested.
Also looking for SM, DSM and ASM'sx2 / follow spot operators.


Rehearsals will be from 19th March for 4 weeks.... there may be the odd music call for a sing through with the MD before that.... Dominic Gray Directs.


Equity rates but non-equity contract.


Photo and CV via email to richard@dongiovannitheopera.com and paper  copy to Dominic Gray, 22 Jubilee Court, Bristow Rd, Hounslow TW3 1UP.


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23 Dec, 2011
- In the Summer of 2009 we performed the final scene of Act 1 to critical acclaim on the main stage at Trafalgar Square for Pride. Ranjit Bolt translated the libretto, Roland Lee handled the arrangements (and Vince Clarke of pop legends Erasure adapted the ballroom scene minuet as a fantastic club tune.)
 


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