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Auditions for The Full Monty


Monday, March 4th at 7pm-10pm

Tuesday, March 5th at 7pm-10pm

Callbacks: Wednesday, March 6th

You do not need to attend both nights of auditions.

Rehearsal Dates*
Starting Monday Mar
. 11th–Thursday May 2nd
Sunday-Thursday, Sundays 6-9pm
and w
eekday evenings 7-10pm.
*you will not be called to every rehearsal. Occasional 

Performance Dates
May 3rd-19th: Fri. & Sat. 8pm & Sundays 2pm

Audition Requirements:

Please bring a headshot and resume. Please prepare 32 bars of a musical theater song that best fits and showcases your range. An accompanist will be provided. Please bring clearly marked sheet music in the correct key and do not sing acapella. Dance auditions will be held at callbacks. Please bring character shoes if you have them, or something you can dance in. All roles are open to actors of all ages, gender identities, race.​ 

Please note that The Heights Players is a non-profit theater and this is a non-equity production. All cast and crew volunteer their time and talent. The Heights Players is a membership organization, there is no pay or stipend for any role or position.
There is a $20 membership fee, if cast.

The Heights Players is located at:
26 Willow Place, bet. State & 
Joralemon Streets
in Brooklyn Heights. 

Click For Directions to the John Bourne Theater

The Full Monty

Book by Terrance McNally
Music and Lyrics by David Yazbek
Directed by Marie Ingrisano Isner

Synopsis: In this Americanized musical stage version adapted from the 1997 British film of the same name, six unemployed Buffalo steelworkers, low on both cash and prospects, decide to present a strip act at a local club after seeing their wives’ enthusiasm for a touring company of Chippendales. As they prepare for the show, working through their fears, self-consciousness, and anxieties, they overcome their inner demons and find strength in their camaraderie.

It's a raucous and touching piece of popular theatre that captures the mood of the 1980s, when a generation of men realized that their jobs-for-life in the steel industry were gone, and they were on the scrap heap.



Please note that people of all races, gender identities, and abilities are encouraged to audition for this inclusive and collaborative production. We will also be casting Understudies for Lead Roles & Ensemble Swing Roles. 

  • Jerry Lukowski: (M, 20s-40s, tenor) Earnest, desperate, yet still holding on to hope that he can turn his life around. Loves his ex-wife Pam and their son Nathan.

  • Dave Bukatinsky: (M, 20s-50s, tenor) A natural follower, big hearted and generous. Insecure about his body, but devoted to his wife Georgie.

  • Ethan Girard: (M, 20s-40s, tenor) Has a dream to dance like Donald O’Connor. Also has a rather large, um, endowment (don’t worry, the audience won’t see it, just the other actors on stage).  A little naïve. 

  • Malcolm McGregor: (M, 20s-50s, tenor) Lonely guy, depressed and isolated, finds a new purpose in life through the plan to strip. A mama’s boy.

  • Harold Nichols: (M, 40s-60s, baritone/tenor) An ex-foreman, lying to his wife about his lack of a job, desperate to keep her from worrying. 

  • Noah T Simmons (aka Horse): (M, African-American, 40s-60s, baritone/tenor) A great dancer, despite his advancing arthritis. A little cynical, but willing to give this thing a try.

  • Buddy Keno Walsh: (M, 20s-40s, tenor/baritone/bass-baritone) An excellent dancer, professional Chippendale’s stripper. Realistic about what he does and why.

  • Nathan Lukowski: (young M, 10-14) Starts by being tired of his dad’s lack of motivation, but ends up believing in his dad and supporting him. Non-singing role.

  • Pam Lukowski: (F, 20s-40s, mezzo-soprano) Jerry’s ex-wife, still cares for him but can’t live with his immaturity. Suing him for back child support.

  • Georgie Bukatinsky: (F, 20s-50s, soprano) Dave’s wife, salt of the earth, supportive and warm. Wishes Dave weren’t so insecure.

  • Jeanette Burmeister: (F, 40s-80s, Alto) Rehearsal pianist for the guys (so ability to play piano at least a little would be helpful), gritty, seen-it-all and then some, cracks jokes, still glamorous, a real dame.

  • Vicki Nichols: (F, 30s-60s, mezzo-soprano/alto) Harold’s wife, emotionally stronger than she seems, and definitely stronger than Harold thinks she is. Gentle, quiet demeanor – until she’s not.

  • Ensemble:  5-15 people of all ages and singing & dancing abilities. Will play multiple roles with brief lines.  Some chorus work, some dance work.

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