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June 26, 2019

The Mercy Project Musical at FTC Stage One

Join A Rock Musical

The Mercy Project is a new musical making its debut on Sunday, March 22, 2020, at The Fairfield Company’s Stage One.

Vocal / Acting Audition.

Looking for 4 male actor/singers to complete a cast of 6 stage performers.  With the exception of 1 male playing a 50 year old, all will be playing the part of someone in their 20’s. Each cast member will have at least two solo numbers plus some ensemble work. Basic dance moves are desired.  The lead male role, which has the lion’s share of the stage time with 7 songs.

Piano Accompanist Needed

A keyboard accompanist is also needed, with synthesizer capabilities. Most songs will be performed with the full band. Style of music is 70’s & 80’s influenced rock… all songs are original.

Rehearsal Schedule

Rehearsals for cast will begin in December, Monday nights, increasing in January to twice a week (time and day TBD), though not everyone will be required at all rehearsals.

Compensation

Compensation is a stipend to offset your expenses.  Minimum of $100, up to $200, dependent on ticket sales.  The expectation is that there will be more shows booked in 2020.

The Composition

The script is a contemporary story that follows its lead character, twenty-five year old Mike Mercy, through ups and downs of love and life.  He has the perfect girl, yet instead of being on top of the world he keeps getting stuck in the weeds, as he cannot break his routine of getting high.  Encouraged by his mature neighbor to clean up his act or risk losing the love of his life, his light-hearted burnout friend is less of a positive influence, causing good and bad times for our hero.  Being pursued by a lovely coworker with a boxer for a boyfriend, is not helping the situation.  Rock music of the 70’s and 80’s influenced its 18 original songs, which follow the powerful emotions of the story.

Performance run time is approx. 1 1/2 hours.

Submit Your Resume and Video

Go to www.mercyprojectmusical.com to learn more about the characters, read Scene 1, hear the opening song, and submit your audition material.

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