Bob Kale, CSA
Casting Director, Teacher, Writer

Casting Resume

Bob has been an Assistant, an Associate and a Casting Director at Hughes Moss Casting/Barry Moss Casting for the last 16 years. He initially worked with both Barry Moss and Julie Hughes and, beginning in 2000, almost solely with Barry . They ultimately formed a partnership with John Anastasi to become MKA Casting. A partial list of the projects he has worked on during that time would include (* designates Theatrical National Tour as well):

BROADWAY— A Tale Of Two Cities, Little Women—The Musical*, Souvenir, King Hedley II, An Inspector Calls*, The Who’s Tommy*, How to Succeed . . .* (1995), Titanic—The Musical*, The Life, Jekyll & Hyde* (1996), The Scarlet Pimpernel, Footloose*, A Christmas Carol (Madison Square Garden—Paramount), The Wizard of Oz* (Madison Square Garden—Paramount)

FILMJack & Jill (additional NY Casting), You Don’t Mess With The Zohan (additional NY casting), I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (additional NY casting), Looney Tunes: Back in Action (NY Voice Casting for Warner Bros. Feature Animation), Beavis and Butthead Do America (NY Voice Casting), The Quest for Camelot (NY Voice Casting), Big Daddy (NY Casting), Little Nicky (NY Casting).

TELEVISION—As The World Turns (1996), FX, Ed (Pilot), Cosby Mysteries, Lifetime’s Sex and Mrs. X, HBO’s Scarred City, Due South, Elmo's World: Happy Holidays!, Victoria’s Secret 2005 Anniversary Special (Dancers), Old Navy “Drawstring” commercial (Dancers), PBS Sesame Street, and the miniseries Sally Hemmings (NY Casting).

ADDITIONAL NATIONAL TOURS—The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas starring Ann-Margret, Barry Manilow’s Copacabana, Nunsense (25th Anniversary Tour), Bring in da Noise, Bring in da Funk starring Savion Glover.

OFF-BROADWAY—Frank McGuinness’ Gates Of Gold, Rounding Third, Dracula, Dietrich & Chevalier, Over the River and Through the Woods, Noel Coward in Two Keys, Avow, Tails, The Deep Throat Sex Scandal, Lone Star Love, Tap Dogs, How To Build A Better Tulip, Worm Day, the Melting Pot Theatre production of Tintypes.

CONCERT TOURS—Three Mo’ Tenors and Three Mo’ Divas.

AEA SHOWCASE—Bedbugs! The Comedy Sci-fi Thriller Rock Musical (ATA Chernuchin Theatre); picture below

Bedbugs! The Musical   Cast: Top Left: Ryan Williams, Chris Hall, Larry Daggett. Bottom Left: Taela Naomi Brooks, Christopher Ryan Williams, Trisha Rapier—wearing Philip Heckman's brilliant costumes.

REVUES—Her Song at Birdland, For Lovers Only at New World Stages. 

THEATRICAL WORKSHOPS and/or READINGS—The Moon In The Sea (Sommerfeld Foundation), Night of the Hunter, Freudian Slips, Dearest Cousin, Blackwater Angel (by Jim Nolan, playwright in residence at Dublin’s Abbey Theatre), The Cuban and The Redhead (NAMT), The Gay-No-More Telethon Musical (Fringe Festival), Sorority Queen In A Mobile Home (Fringe Festival), Time After Time (Sommerfeld Foundation), The Member Of The Wedding (Peccadillo Theater Company).

Bob has also cast for: Goodspeed Musicals (East Haddam, CT), 5th Avenue Theatre (Seattle, WA), North Shore Music Theatre, Dallas Summer Musicals, and Ford’s Theatre (Washington D.C.), Atlanta Theater Of The Stars, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, and the Coconut Grove Playhouse.