Director Martha Reynolds, Musical Director/Co-director Ryan Mills, and Choreographer Autumn Nelson are thrilled at the prospect of tapping once again into the incredible talent pool in the Eastern Sierra. We are looking primarily for personal charisma and chemistry between our characters, as well as vocal ability that fits the characters’ range, ability to a harmonize and strong acting potential. The ability to dance, or at least walk and chew gum, is helpful. A group of performance dancers will add the pizzazz to the big production numbers. We are purposely not setting age or looks requirements, preferring to do colorblind and non-agist casting. The Play is set in 1999 (It’s a period piece now!) on the island of Kalikari, Greece. Donna and Sophie, the mother daughter duo, have 14 songs each and need some dancing ability. Rosie and Tanya, Donnas’ girl power girlfriends, must be dynamic and vocally accomplished, with Tanya needing some strong dance skill. Both have a solo, duets and trio work, too. Ali and Lisa, the best friends of Sophie, must also sing and dance well, and be able to exude youthful exuberance. Sky, Sophie’s fiancé, and his compadres, Pepper and Eddie, need to sing and dance, also. “The Dads” have needed skills, too: We’d love it if SamCarmichael could sing better than Pierce Brosnan! He has a solo, duets and trio work and also needs to have solid chemistry with Donna. Harry Bright has 2 solos, andaccompanying himself on guitar for “Thank You for the Music” would be a big plus! Bill Anderson sings some harmony and backup vocals, and does not have a solo, but he need strong acting skills.