Auditions For Our 2023-2024 Season Are Now Open!
We have decided to take advantage of the technology we have access to and hold our first virtual auditions!
What does this mean for you? It means you can audition from the comfort of your own home, giving you less pressure and more opportunity to audition since you can film your audition videos around your schedule. And for us it means we can have the best possible board of judges by having the opportunity to have judges from all over the country review auditions and cast roles. Exciting!
Here's what you'll need to do.
Prepare a 90 second audition which should include both monologue and song if you wish to be considered for a musical. (A Capella is OK) Video this audition (Make sure to introduce yourself at the begining. Name, age, title and source of monologue and role you'll be playing in monologue. Then the title and source of your song you'll be singing. Broadway/Musical songs only NO POP SONGS (a song is not required when the show you are auditioning for is not a musical) This video should be attached to your form submission via youtube.com link. The link can be public or unlisted, this is based on your preference.
If you are auditioning for a musical, you'll need to add a dance/movement reel. If you do not have a reel, feel free to use this movement combination choreographed by Kendrick Wallace
Once you have all your materials prepared, you may submit your audition via the appropriate form
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Interested in being a crew member but not being in the show? Tech team, scenery team, etc? Email us at email@example.com
Post Audition FAQs
Why do I need to pay for my costume?
Each performer is asked to contribute a reasonable fee to purchase their costumes for multiple reasons,
It promotes better hygiene. It decreases risks of infection and infestations - especially since the beginning of COVID-19. We of course want all performers in good health!
This means cast members "own" their costumes. Performers will be able to keep most, if not all, of their costume pieces after the show closes. Often, pieces can be used for every day clothing after the show - also, it's just a great keepsake!
This improves aesthetics and visuals of the show's quality and performance. When we can special order costumes to each performer by having this financial help from performers, the integrity of the show's illusions and aesthetics are best intact. Plus, we know your costume will fit you best - it was ordered and tailored just for you!
While corporate and commercial partnerships contribute the majority of production costs, (including costuming partial costs, sets, props, marketing, etc.) holding cast members accountable and responsible for their grooming and appearance by making a small contribution to their costuming costs improves discipline and ethics within the cast.