All auditions for Diamond Head Theatre productions, unless otherwise specified, are held in the DHT Rehearsal Hall. Diamond Head Theatre is located at 520 Makapuu Avenue, across the street from Kapiolani Community College. Parking is available in the theatre’s parking lot located behind the building. The Rehearsal Hall is located at the back of the theatre; enter through the door that says Costume Shop.
ALL SHOOK UP
Friday, March 31 @ 7:00PM
Saturday, April 1 @ 2:00PM
Sunday, April 2 @2:00PM
Auditions are held in the DHT Rehearsal Hall. Dates and times are subject to change.
Show runs: May 19 - June 11, 2017 with possible extensions
Directed by Malindi Fickle
Choreographed by Christine Yasunaga
Musical Direction by Ike Webster
Inspired by and featuring the songs of Elvis Presley, Book by Joe Dipietro
All Shook Up is a musical comedy built around a number of songs made famous by Elvis Presley. It’s not a biographical revue, but rather a tale of mistaken identity and romance inspired by Twelfth Night and other Shakespearean comedies.
It's 1955, and into a square little town in a square little state rides a guitar-playing roustabout who changes everything and everyone he meets in this hip-swiveling musical fantasy. Among the 24 songs featured in the score are classics like "Heartbreak Hotel," "Love Me Tender," "Don't Be Cruel," "Can't Help Falling in Love," and of course the title tune.
NATALIE HALLER/ED — Lead Female, early 20’s - early 30’s, alto. This beautiful, vivacious, crafty mechanic never loses sight of what she wants. While she may be more comfortable in overalls than in a dress, she is a romantic at heart. Comedic timing preferred. Strong vocal and dancing ability.
CHAD — The role of Chad will be played by Kaimana Ramos.
JIM HALLER — Supporting Male, early 40’s - late 50’s, baritone. Natalie’s charismatic and loving yet slightly unkempt, widowed father. Comedic timing a must. Strong vocal ability, needs to move well.
SYLVIA — Supporting African-American, Hapa, Samoan, Filipino or Chinese Female, early 40’s - late 50’s, alto with a strong belt. This charming, no-nonsense owner of SYLVIA’S HONKY-TONK BAR, is also Lorraine’s mother. Strong vocal ability, needs to move well. (Other ethnicities encouraged to audition as well.)
LORRAINE — Supporting African-American, Hapa, Samoan, Filipino or Chinese Female, teen to young adult, alto. Sylvia’s bold, adventurous, teenage daughter. Strong vocal and dance ability. (Other ethnicities encouraged to audition as well)
DENNIS — Supporting Male, early 20’s - mid 30’s, tenor. This some-what naive, aspiring dentist eventually opens his heart and finds true love. Comedic timing preferred. Strong vocal and dance ability.
MISS SANDRA — Supporting Female, mid 20’s - late 30’s, alto. This gorgeous, intellectual museum curator is new to town. Strong vocal ability, needs to move well.
MAYOR MATILDA HYDE — Supporting Female, early 40’s - late 50’s, mezzo. The town’s conservative, repressed mayor is also Dean’s mother. Strong vocal ability, needs to move well.
DEAN HYDE — Supporting Male, teen to young adult, tenor. Mayor Matilda’s teenage son. This long time Momma’s boy discovers his wilder side after falling in love while on vacation from his military boarding school. Strong vocal and dance ability.
SHERIFF EARL — Supporting Male, early 40’s - late 50’s, baritone. He is the law in this town and follows Mayor Matilda wherever she goes, all the while hiding his secret love for her. Needs a booming voice and be able to move well.
MALE & FEMALE ENSEMBLE — all ages, ethnicities and vocal ranges. This is a heavily utilized ensemble and is an integral part of the show. Several speaking and featured singing roles will be cast out of the ensemble. Various roles include but are not limited to: the warden, inmates, bus driver, passengers, church congregation, female barfly trio, statues and angels. Need strong vocal and dancing ability.
SING: Please prepare a gospel, rock and roll or uptempo song or ballad from the traditional or contemporary Broadway repertoire. Bring sheet music in your own key. No transpositions on site, no acapella, karaoke, or tapes will be allowed. An accompanist will be provided.
DANCE: Please bring appropriate dancewear (clothes/shoes).
REHEARSALS: Rehearsal schedule determined by director.
ALL SHOOK UP plays MAY 19 - JUNE 11.
Regular performance times are Thursday and Friday at 7:30 p.m.,
Saturday at 3:00 p.m.* and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday at 4:00 p.m.
*Saturday 3:00 p.m. matinees are on May 27 and June 3.
For further information, please call Diamond Head Theatre at 733-0277 x302.