Unified auditions coming for Upstate actors
Registration deadline: Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019
Be seen by casting directors for Upstate theatres
Brought to you by the South Carolina Theatre Association
Go here to register now!
- Actors should prepare a 60 second monologue
- Must be from a published play
- Must be memorized
- No costumes, please
- Musical theatre actors should prepare 90 seconds of monologue and song
- Must be from a published play or musical
- Must be memorized
- Must provide your own sheet music (we will provide the accompanist)
- You can use the 90 seconds however you wish (all song, or song and monologue)
- Technicians should prepare a presentation of their work.
- Must bring your portfolio
- May bring any examples.
- You and your portfolio will be posted in a room for the casting directors to come visit and chat with you during their lunch break.
- All auditionees including technicians will be included in the e-book that will be provided to participating theatres. Upon registration you will receive and email requesting you to submit your resume and headshot. If technicians have an on-line portfolio they can submit that link as well. No paper copies will be accepted.
- Please note: the Upstate Unified Auditions are opens to theatre artists age 8 and up. (18 and older on 2/16; ages 8-17 on 2/17)
- If you have questions or issues registering, please contact Anita Sleeman: email@example.com.
Male solo vocalists with acting ability sought for Piccolo Spoleto production
Submission deadline is May 19 – this week!
Charleston's Gracie and Lacy have an opportunity for a baritone and a tenor to be a part of the famed Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston as the East Cooper Baptist Church Orchestra and Choir, and top local entertainers, celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Norman Rockwell's The Four Freedoms. Artists and businesses are donating their time to make this concert free to the community.
But they need a little "help from the audience" to round out the cast. Current needs are for one of each:
- Baritone (looks 40s-50s)
- Tenor (looks 20s-30s)
Submit video sample of vocals and resume by May 19th!
Artists must be available the following dates in Mt. Pleasant:
- Wed, May 29th: Rehearsal
- Wed, June 6th: Run through (Cast & Orchestra)
- Fri, June 8th: Dress Rehearsal (Cast & Orchestra)
- Sat. June 9th (4 p.m. show, 2 p.m. call)
Submit requested materials to Lacy Miller: firstname.lastname@example.org
, or call 843.259.8872 with questions.
Auditions announced for Columbia Children’s Theatre
Columbia Children's Theatre production of Goodnight, Moon.
Columbia Children's Theatre (CCT), the Midlands' only professional theatre for families and young audiences, will hold auditions for its 2018/2019 season on Sunday, May 13 and Monday, May 14 from 6-8 p.m. each evening. Auditions will be held in CCT's new performance space at 3400 Forest Drive in Richland Mall, downstairs next to Barnes & Noble.
CCT's 2018/2019 Mainstage Season includes: School House Rock Live!, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever: The Musical, Peter Pan and Wendy, Stiles and Drewe's The Three Little Pigs and a brand new commedia, Pinocchio.
We will also be casting a new touring production of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and seeking replacements for our continuing touring production of Stone Soup: The Musical.
All roles are paid on a per-performance basis.
Auditions will be drop-in style so you may come at any time during the two hour time slot. Please bring current head shot and resume. You must be 15 years old by Sept. 21 to audition.
Please prepare 16-24 bars of a Broadway-type song. You may sing this a cappella or bring backing tracks on a phone cued to the correct beginning spot. We may ask you to vocalize with piano. We will do cold readings from next season's scripts.
A monologue is not required but if you'd like to do one that is performance-ready please feel free.
For questions, please contact CCT Artistic Director, Jerry Stevenson at email@example.com
Columbia Children's Theatre is a professional resident not-for-profit theatre dedicated to providing quality live theatre experiences for families and young audiences, and is supported in part by the City of Forest Acres and the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.