Wednesday, September 13th, 2017  from  1 to 5 PM

No previous experience with large hat balancing and wig wearing required; love of sequins a plus!

Club Fugazi 678 Beach Blanket Babylon Boulevard (formerly Green Street) between Columbus Avenue and Powell Street

Producer Jo Schuman Silver has announced auditions for male and female performers and understudies for Steve Silver’s Beach Blanket Babylon, the world’s longest running musical revue. Auditions will be held Wednesday, September 13 from 1 to 5 p.m. (PST) at Club Fugazi (678 Beach Blanket Babylon Boulevard) in San Francisco. To schedule an appointment, please email a resume and headshot to [email protected]

Seeking male and female singers who are: versatile in stage choreography and movement, strong tenors / baritones with falsetto, and strong belters. Comic timing, acting skills and the ability to impersonate pop culture icons are a plus.

Auditioners must be at least 18 years old.

Auditioners should bring a current resume, photo and sheet music in their own key and marked correctly. Be prepared to sing one up-tempo rock or pop song and one ballad that can show range. An accompanist will be provided. Please wear clothes/shoes you can move in.

Beach Blanket Babylon offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

It is Beach Blanket Babylon’s policy to evaluate all employees, including talent, without preference of race, gender, age, physical ability or any other protected demographic.

Beach Blanket Babylon, San Francisco’s hilarious pop-culture musical revue, is the perfect night out with friends. Celebrating over 16,000 performances and seen by over six million people from around the world, this internationally acclaimed production continues to delight audiences at Club Fugazi in San Francisco’s North Beach district with its spectacular costumes and outrageously gigantic hats!

Feel free to drop us an email if you have other questions:  [email protected] 

No Phone Calls Please

Club Fugazi 678 Beach Blanket Babylon Boulevard (formerly Green Street) between Columbus Avenue and Powell Street.