Dogboy & Justine

A new musical about life, love, and head injuries.

Audition for us!

Auditions for Dogboy & Justine will be held at:

Shetler Studios
244 West 54th Street, 12th floor
on April 18, 2012 from 1 – 4pm and 6 – 9pm
Callbacks will take place on April 22.

To Schedule an Audition Appointment: Please email your headshot, resume, and preferred audition block (day or evening) to

Walk-ins will be limited. Union or non-union welcome.


All Auditioning: Please prepare a 1-minute contemporary monologue from a play or musical. Actors auditioning for the role of PVT. CREEPY COCK/BRUCE LONGHORN/PATSY ROBERTSON/HOBO should prepare two contrasting pieces.

Those Auditioning for Singing Roles: Please prepare 16 bars in the standard musical theater repertoire that showcase your range.



Casting For:

JUSTINE, F, 20 – 24. Mezzo-soprano, A3-G5.
Becomes a professional dominatrix during the course of the show. College-educated, still trying to find herself. Struggling financially in New York.

DANNY, M, 30s – 40s. Tenor, C3-G4, some classical music experience expected.
A former Wall Street professional who has experienced a severe head injury in an accident. He lives with several disabilities as a result and now stutters and has impaired mobility.

BETTIE, F, 30s+. Mezzo-soprano, G3-F5.
The manager at Mistress Maybe’s, a house of domination. Bossy and irritable but good at her job and often enjoys it.

DYNAMITE, F, 20s. Alto, D#3-E5.
She’s the star dominatrix at Mistress Maybe’s. She’s adventurous, a braggart, and a serious businesswoman. She has little patience or respect for other people. Very confrontational.

TARA, F, 20s – 30s. Soprano, C4-A5.
An increasingly successful dominatrix, she’s been in the business for at least a few years. She’s charming, and while not stupid, often says things that are detached, dreamy, or peculiar, and is often underestimated.

MOTHER, 60s+. Non-singing role.
Danny’s mother is a wealthy “lady who lunches.” She is embarrassed both by her son’s disability and by his interests.

COP, M, 30s – 50s. Non-singing role.
A classic, clean-cut law-enforcement professional who is a client of Mistress Maybe’s.

Strong character actor to play four roles, three are clients of Mistress Maybe’s. Pvt. Creepy Cock is crass, aggressive and unkempt. Bruce Longhorn is an outer-borough entrepreneur. Patsy Robertson is a politician-type who never submits to anyone he’s not paying for the privilege. The fourth role is a small turn as a homeless man in the prologue.

Treble Entendre has a strong interest in body and racial diversity for all roles.

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