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  • Bob Wallace:(Baritone/Dance/Male/Appears late 20s to mid 30s) A a superb singer with a crooning style who moves well. A major singing star, Bob is the guiding force behind Wallace and Davis. He wears his fame easily and is a born leader but has some social and romantic awkwardness that makes him endearing to the audience
  • Phil Davis:(Baritone/Tenor/Dance/Male/Appears late 20s to mid 30s) strong jazz and tap-dancing needed - a song-and-dance comic performer. The fun-loving partner in Wallace and Davis, Phil is a lady’s man and a clown. He is a wonderful friend and will partake in any scheme he can cook up in order to make sure his best friend is happy (especially when Phil has something to gain). Phil has a boyish charm and is also quite dashing.
  • Betty Haynes:(Mezzo-Soprano/Dance/Female/Appears mid to late 20s) a female singer of quiet beauty and charm who must move well. Betty is the older and more sensible of the Haynes sisters. Betty has always taken care of Judy and is hesitant to leave her little sister alone, even though her chances for love and a career are on the line. She must have strong stage presence and a “romantic” side.
  • Judy Haynes:(Alto/Dance/Female/Appears early 20s) strong jazz and tap-dancing needed - a major song-and-dance performer. The younger Haynes sister, who is beautiful and ambitious. Judy knows how to use all of her feminine appeal to her advantage be it spunk, charm, sex appeal, or outright flirting. But her scheming is always good-hearted and this powerhouse performer’s greatest role is that of a devoted sister.
  • General Henry Waverly:(No Vocal/Male/Appear late 50s to mid 60s) with the exception of one line, a non-singing role. A retired Army general who has taken up the “simpler life” of a Vermont Innkeeper. Although he has the gruff exterior of a man who was career military, the General is dignified, compassionate, and the ultimate heart of the show. Actor playing this role must make a strong audience connection and be lovable.
  • Martha Watson:(Alto-Belt Voice/Female/Appears late 40s to mid 60s) a winning, appealing character-comedienne. A retired Broadway star, Martha’s engagements have faded, but her star power hasn’t. The ultimate busybody and meddler, Martha now runs the General’s life (despite his objections) and is the housekeeper at the Inn. Must have wonderful comic timing and a larger than life on-stage persona. Has a wonderful comedic solo showstopper.
  • Susan Waverly:(Belt Voice/Dance/Girl/Appears age 9 years old) she must have an excellent belt voice and be able to move well – tap dance preferred The General’s granddaughter who is utterly committed to him and entirely loveable. Susan is a smart and talented young lady who is wise beyond her years, and represents the child’s perspective in the show.
  • Ralph Sheldrake: mid to late 30's – TV producer type
  • Rita:mid 20's to early 30's – featured chorus – flirty stage girl
  • Rhoda:mid 20's to early 30's – featured chorus – flirty stage girl
  • Ezekiel Foster:mid 40's to late 50's – strong silence type
  • Mike:mid 20's to late 30's – frenetic stage manager
  • Tessie
  • Jimmy: sleazy night club owner
  • Cigarette Girl:
  • Snoring Man:
  • Mrs. Snoring Man:
  • Train Conductor:
  • Dance Captain:
  • Seamstress:
  • Assistant Seamstress:
  • Ed Sullivan Announcer:
  • Regency Room Announcer: offstage voice
  • Sheldrake's Secretary:offstage voice
  • 'Jimmy's Back Room' Clubgoers:
  • Train Passengers:
  • Candy Man:
  • Inn Guests:Chorus Kids
  • Patrons of the Regency Room:
  • ENSEMBLE: Large singing-dancing ensemble consisting of 'Jimmy's Back Room' Clubgoers, Train Passengers, Inn Guests, Chorus Kids, Patrons of the Regency Room