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Fabulist Theatre presents
by Lynne Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty

Associate Choreography:
Damon Bradley Jang

Musical Director:
Amy Gartner

Choreographer: TBC

Performances: April 6 – 14, 2018 at the Red Gate Revue Stage on Granville Island, Vancouver. Rehearsals begin in February 2018.

Audition Date: Sunday, January 7, 2018, 1pm – 9pm.
Audition Location: walking distance from New Westminster Skytrain Station

To book an audition time please send headshot and résumé to

Once On This Island tells the story of Ti Moune, a peasant girl in Haiti. Loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid, Ti Moune falls in love with a young man after she saves his life, only to realize that he belongs to a different class and their love faces insurmountable odds.

We are looking for a cast of 10 – 15 performers to play a variety of roles. Actors of all ethnicities, gender-identities, ages and abilities are encouraged to submit. Ages suggested are just that – suggestions – and we are very open to cross-gender casting.

Please let us know if you have the ability to play any musical instruments (percussion especially) or have any special skills.

Dance skills are an asset but not a requirement – you just need to be comfortable on stage.

Union and non-union are encouraged to submit. Equity performers will be cast under the Artists’ Collective Policy.
All performers will receive an honorarium.

Please prepare 2 contrasting musical theatre songs (you may only be asked to sing one) and bring your own sheet music, an accompanist will be provided. There will also be a dance portion so please dress comfortably.


Mama Euralie: Ti Moune’s adoptive mother. She is fearful of social status and greatly protective of her family.
Age: 35+
Vocal range: B4 – Gb3

Tonton Julian: Ti Moune’s adoptive father. Filled with courage that is fueled by the love for his wife and daughter.
Age: 35+
Vocal range: E4 – A2

Ti Moune: Our story’s protagonist. A peasant girl with much curiosity and energy. Earnest and romantic.
Age: 15+
Vocal range: E5 – G3

Daniel: A young man from the wealthy part of the island. Struggles with his sense of status and feelings for Ti Moune.
Age: 15+
Vocal range: F#4 – C#3

Papa Ge: The Demon of Death. Proud and sly.
Age: Open.
Vocal range top: G4 – C3

Asaka: The Mother of Earth. Caring and nurturing.
Age: 35+
Vocal range top: E5 – A3

Agwe: The God of Water. Strong, clever, and compassionate.
Age: Open.
Vocal range: E4 – B2

Erzulie: The Goddess of Love. Has a sympathetic heart and a strong belief in the power of love.
Age: Open.
Vocal range top: C#5 – A3

Andrea: Daniel’s promised wife.
Age: 15+

Armand: Andrea’s father. A stern, wealthy man.
Age: 35+

Little Ti Moune/Girl: Begins and ends the story.
Age: 10 – 12 or be able to convincingly portray a child.

Storytellers: An ensemble of singers, actors, dancers, musicians to act as a narrators and play various roles within the story.

By Amy Herzog
Company: Vagabond Players�
Director: Dale Kelly
Audition Dates: Sunday, January 7th & Tuesday, January 9th, 2018
Audition Time: 7pm – 9:30pm
Audition Address: The Bernie Legge Theatre, Queen’s Park, New Westminster
Production Dates: April 5th – April 22nd, 2018
(ThursdaySaturday at 8pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm) at The Bernie Legge Theatre, Queen’s Park, New Westminster
Rehearsals: A full schedule will be provided at the audition.
-Leo Joseph-Connell – Male. Can play 21 years old
-Vera Joseph – Female. Can play 91 years old
-Bec – Female. Can play 21 years old
-Amanda – Female. Chinese-American. Can play 19 years old
After suffering a major loss while he was on a cross-country bike trip, 21 year-old Leo seeks solace from his feisty 91 year-old grandmother Vera in her West Village apartment. As days turn into weeks, Vera and Leo bond over love, loss, and the difficulties of growing up and growing old. With both humor and heartbreak, 4000 Miles takes an intimate look at the road to self-acceptance — and the unexpected connections we make along the way. A finalist for the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, 4000 Miles is a smart, funny, and penetrating play, which has also been named Time magazine’s Best Play of the year.
Audition Requirements:
– To schedule an audition follow this link:
-Actors are welcome to perform a monologue of their choice or pick one from the lobby to read.
-Please bring headshot and resume to the audition
-This is a non-equity production.
-All cast & crew are required to become members of Vagabond Players (