Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Spring 2014 AUDITIONS

Oh yeah, time for 


Audition for Shakespeare's classic tale of love, lust, and tragedy, Romeo & Juliet ☆, and for his classic tale of a man trying to subdue a badass woman ☆ The Taming of the Shrew ☆

Auditions will be held in 
Rhoads Quiet Study
Thursday, January 30th, 4pm - 8pm
Friday, January 31st, 3pm - 6pm and 7pm - 9pm

in 10 min slots available to sign up here
Callbacks Saturday, February 1st (and possibly Sunday the 2nd)

OKAY SO auditions are going to be a little different and a little more organized this time around with the 15 minute slot sign up. The last two hours of each audition day will be left for walk-ins (that is, you don't have to sign up for 6-8pm on the 30th or 7- 9pm on the 31st).

Auditions materials are in the link in the right side doobly-doo entitled "Audition Materials".
The link to slot sign-up is here! If you're auditioning with a partner, you need to select one spot for you and your partner chooses a second one (or just come to walk-ins together).

For those of you who are new to the SPT audition process of need a little refresher here is....

Things to keep in mind:
Prepare! Read the script and practice your monologue/dialogue before auditioning.
Come to audition whenever is best for you, but keep in mind that there might be a wait, especially during walk-ins. Bring work to do or practice your audition materials while you wait. Talk to the people waiting with you and make some new friends!
Callbacks are for the director to see you again, and wether are not you are called back has no bearing on wether or not you will be cast in the show!
You will be asked to perform one monologue and one dialogue. You can bring a partner to read the dialogue with you, or someone in the auditioning room will read with you.
Fill out your audition sheet (available upon arrival to auditions) with complete honesty to assure that you are happy and comfortable with the role you are offered.

Questions? Can't make any of the times listed? Email or, the directors of Romeo and Juliet, or or, the directors of Taming of the Shrew.
Do you want to do Technical Theater for us? Email any of the directors above with the subject "Teching for SPT". We would love to have you.

We can't wait to see you at auditions!

~ Kayla, and all of SPT!