Youth on Stage auditions for Thoroughly Modern Millie will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday and Monday, May 21 and 22, with callbacks on Wednesday, May 24 [corrected date]. Youth on Stage is open to actors/singers ages 14-22.
Please prepare 16 bars of a Broadway theater song and be prepared to dance. An accompanist will be provided.
Performances are July 20- August 6 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. and Sunday afternoons at 2:30 p.m. Rehearsals will run Sunday through Thursday evenings.
Director: John Bradley
Music Director: Karen Hochstedler
Please contact the director with any questions at 631-871-3385.
Thoroughly Modern Millie, set in 1922, tells the story of a small-town girl, Millie Dillmount, who comes to the big city looking for love and adventure.
Millie Dillmount – A spunky, modern woman trying to make it in New York City. She falls in love with Jimmy. Our story’s protagonist.
Jimmy Smith – A suave city slicker who unexpectedly becomes the story’s hero. He falls in love with Millie.
Mrs. Meers – A former actress turned human trafficker pretending to be a kindly Chinese woman. She oversees the Hotel Priscilla where she secretly sells her tenants.
Miss Dorothy Brown – A naive, wealthy girl who has moved to New York to change her lifestyle. She becomes Millie’s roommate and confidant.
Ching Ho – A Chinese immigrant working to bring his mother to the United States. Younger brother of Bun Foo and henchman to Mrs. Meers. Sings and speaks in Chinese.
Bun Foo – A Chinese immigrant working to bring his mother to the United States. Older brother of Ching Ho and henchman to Mrs. Meers. Sings and speaks in Chinese.
Miss Flannery – An uptight, stern office manager. She runs the stenographer pool at Sincere Trust Insurance Company.
Trevor Graydon – An executive at the Sincere Trust Insurance Company. He is sharp, ambitious, and secretly romantic.
Muzzy Van Hossmere – A glamorous actress and singer at a night club. She becomes Millie’s friend and mentor.
Ensemble – Moderns; Stenographers; Hotel Priscilla Girls; Muzzy’s Boys