Performance Now has announced auditions for Once Upon A Mattress. Auditions for Once Upon a Mattress will be held the on October 26th, and 27th, with callbacks on the 28th. Schedule your audition online.
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Colorado Children’s Theatre (Evergreen and DTC) auditioning teenagers for the original musical, STAGES, to ultimately be showcased in Los Angeles summer of 2013 for agents and producers. This show is for high school age children, very hip but nothing inappropriate to be pitched to ABC Family Network..
Original music written by top songwriters including Grammy and Emmy winner, Sue Sheridan (original Fame TV Series)
Ages 12-17, male and female
Any ethnicity, all types
Must be able to improvise with new scenes.
CCT is an education-based theatre company offering unique professional opportunities to children who are serious about not only working, but learning.
Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings October-May and the second Sunday afternoon each month.
Denver Showcase Performance in June. Trip to LA will be planned for July, depending on availability. .
Please prepare 32 bars of an uptempo and/or ballad. Bring karaoke CD accompaniment or perform a capella.
You will also be asked to do a cold reading. Allotted time for each audition is 10 minutes.
Audition Times: Saturday, Sept 8 12:00-3:00 or Sunday, Sept 16, 3:00-5:00
Colorado Children’s Theatre
You must have an appointment to audition. To schedule, call Kerri at 720-255-1CCT (1228)
The Candlelight Dinner Playhouse is currently seeking men for their upcoming production of Mame. Needed are men 18-30, strong singer dancers for ensemble and character work. All roles are non-Equity. All roles are paid.
Please call 970-744-3747 during regular Box Office hours, Tues. – Fri. 10am-5pm and Sat. 12pm-5pm and leave a message for Brian Burron or contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule and audition as soon as possible.
Mame runs Nov. 8th- Jan. 13th Thurs. – Sat. nights and Sun. matinees with added Wednesday nights and Saturday matinees during the month of December before Christmas. There will be a performance on New Years Eve Monday, December 31st.
Rehearsals would begin approximately Oct. 9th.
AT A GLANCE
What: Men 18-25 strong singer dancers for ensemble and character work in Mame.
Where: Candlelight Dinner Playhouse
Contact Brian Burron: email@example.com, or call 970-744-3747.
Performance Now Theatre Company Announces Auditions for You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Directed and Choreographed by Kelly Van Oosbree with Music Direction by Mary Dailey
AUDITION DATES: Saturday, July 28 and Sunday, July 29
Little Theater Dance Studio, 9142 W. Ken Caryl Ave., Littleton, CO 80127
(Please do not call Little Theatre)
ALL ROLES (Charlie Brown, Sally, Snoopy, Linus, Schroeder & Lucy) ARE AVAILABLE.
Young adults and adults (16 years and older) of any ethnicity are encouraged to audition. No one under the age of 16 will be considered for a role.
*16 – 32 bars of a musical theatre song in the style of the show
*Please bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided. No taped music or a cappella.
*Please bring a headshot, resume, and list of conflicts.
*Dance auditions will take place at callbacks (Sunday evening).
*Be prepared to sing or read from the script/score.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your audition.
All rehearsals will take place in the Littleton/Highlands Ranch area.
Rehearsals will begin Saturday, August 18th and will take place on Saturdays and Sundays during the day.
There may also be a few select music rehearsals on weeknights
All actors are paid a stipend.
October 8-11 at the Lakewood Cultural Center (Wadsworth & Alameda); Call time 6:00pm
October 12-21 at the Lakewood Cultural Center
Fridays – 7:30 pm (6:00 call)
Saturdays – 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm (12:30 & 6:00 calls)
Sundays – 2:00 pm (12:30 call)
Possible Extra Show Thursday October 18
E-mail email@example.com to schedule your audition.
Luminous Thread Productions seeks performers for its 2012-13 Season.
Season ranges from serious classical music to operetta and cabaret.
-Trained vocalists – Opera, lieder, and classical musical theatre.
-Dancers and physical performers – ballet, modern, jazz, tap, butoh,
bouffon, physical comedy, acrobatics, aerial, stilts, contortionists,
-Other cabaret, vaudeville, and side show type acts typical of periods pre-1930s
Email Talent@luminousthread.com to schedule an appointment.
Auditions Dates June 23-24, 2012
Instrumentalists also needed. Please email with subject MUSIC
Luminous Thread Season:
Nuptials for the Dead
Dreamlike 19th Century musical, theatrical and dance interpretations:
Courtship, romance, marriage,- followed by betrayal, loss, abandonment, death.
End Times at Le Chat Noir
Surrealist Parisian Cabaret:
End of the world and the last days at the Chat Noir, the renowned
Satirical, sexy and seedy, Art Nouveau and fin-de-siecle combining
social commentary and surrealism with colorful nostalgia.
Queen Victoria’s Floating Garden of Secrets and Natural Wonders
Dystopian steam punk operetta with a myriad of adventurers from
pirates in petticoats, to mermaids. A floating reformatory for wayward
young women is home to our heroine who hopes she will someday be
allowed to become a sky scientist.
Midtown Arts Center (Fort Collins) is seeking ethnic adult actors/singers for its fall production of “In the Heights”!
Rehearsals August 26. Run September 13-November 11
Seeking Latino/Hispanic adult performers (35 and up) for the roles of Kevin and Camila. All roles paid.
For consideration, please submit head shot and resume to Director of Casting Ryane Studivant at Ryane@midtownartscenter.com
Appropriate candidates will be selected for an audition. Audition day and time TBD.
Absolutely NO PHONE CALLS to the theater
open to student actors ages 11-21
Each month-long 80 hour class intensive will prepare young actors for admission to performing arts high schools, college theatre programs, conservatories, and graduate schools.
Foundations and Realism
June 4-29, 1-5pm, Monday-Friday, public performance Saturday, June 30.
A daily one-hour voice or movement class followed by three hours of Chekhov scene study, with a three-hour audition intensive each week.
July 9- August 3, 1-5pm, Monday-Friday, public performance Saturday, August 4.
A daily one-hour voice and speech class followed by three hours of Shakespeare scene study, scansion, and text analysis, with a three-hour audition intensive each week.
Tuition: $1000 per intensive, scholarships and payment plans available on request
All acting classes taught by Jennifer McCray Rincon, Executive Artistic Director and master acting teacher for Visionbox, a graduate of Yale University and the Yale School of Drama. From 1991-2008, Ms. Rincon was Head of Acting at the National Theatre COnservatory at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. She works in English and Spanish.
General Auditions for Visionbox Projects and Ongoing Classes and Summer Intensives
Auditions are ongoing through May
All actors interested in study or casting in Visionbox productions need to audition with two contrasting pieces, one contemporary, one Shakespeare verse, for Visionbox artistic staff.
2012 productions will include The Othello Project, Fatherlessness Stands Trial, Death of a Salesman. All ethnicities encouraged to audition. All three productions will feature African American actors.
Spark Theater will be holding auditions for The Love Potion, the first show of it’s second season. Based on Machiavelli’s La Mandragola, needed are 6 men and 2 women for this physical comedy set in 1950′s Rome, directed by Spark Artistic Director, Michael Emmitt.
Auditioners are asked to prepare a 1 minute comedic monologue (preferably classical) and be prepared to read from the script.
Auditions will be held at Spark (240 South Broadway, 2nd floor) on Sunday April 22nd 6-10pm with callbacks Monday April 23rd 7-10pm. The show begins rehearsal in mid-June and plays July 27-August 25th on Thursday-Saturday nights. Those with travel plans in June and July are still encouraged to audition, as we can be flexible with rehearsal dates.
For more information or to set up an audition time, please email Michael: firstname.lastname@example.org
YOUTH THEATRE AUDITIONS
Professional training program looking for Springs’ top high school talent
Auditions for performance students interested in the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center‘s Youth Rep summer theatre program are set for March 19-20.
The FAC’s Youth Rep program, currently in its 13th year, is one of the only conservatory-based theatre programs for high school students (ages 14-18) in the country and is the only professional training program for student actors and technicians in the Pikes Peak Region.
• Performance students need to call 719.477.4382 to make an audition appointment.
o Auditions are March 19-20 between 5 – 9 p.m. at the Fine Arts Center.
o Following the audition process, registration begins for performance students on April 2.
• Technical students need to submit an application form, found here, by April 15, 2012.
o Following the application process, tech students are interviewed.
The Youth Rep program is held July 2 – Aug. 5. A complete calendar is distributed to students upon receipt of their registration materials. (There are no classes held on Wednesday, July 4.)
Taught by a faculty which includes over a dozen professional theatre artists, the students in the program meet eight hours a day for five weeks and are introduced to all elements of the theatre including vocal performance, speech, audition/monologue work, various styles of dance, clowning, fight choreography, make-up and costume design, art history, etc.
The students – ages 14-18 – work together in a conservatory format to design and stage a performance, this season the Youth Rep students’ work will culminate in public performances of the 1933 musical of Moss Hart and Irving Berlin, As Thousands Cheer. Performances dates are Aug. 2-5.
For more information about the Youth Rep audition process, types of classes and areas of study offered, pricing and more, visit the Fine Arts Center’s Youth Rep 2012 website.
If you have further questions, please feel free to call Clarissa Thomas (performance students), at 719.477.4335, or Chris Sheley (technical students) at 719.477.4355.
FOR THE YOUNGER KIDS …
And for the younger kids this summer, the Fine Arts Center offers a variety of programs that will capture the creative imaginations of kids ages 4-13 with flexible scheduling options. No audition is necessary, to register for these programs, call the FAC Box Office for more information at 719.634.5583.
CREATIVE PLAY // Ages 4-6
Cost per week: $120 Non-Members; $110 FAC Members
These week-long sessions, geared toward our youngest aspiring thespians will foster creativity and imagination through the use of dramatic play. Each week we will focus on a different theme so that students can enroll in multiple weeks without duplicating or missing any curriculum. We will focus on storytelling, combining arts techniques and improvisation. Classes stimulate concentration and collaboration as students learn to listen, work in a group, and express emotions through drama.
Session One – TELLING TALES – June 4-8
Session Two – BRINGING ART TO LIFE – June 11-15
Session Three – CREATIVE MOVEMENT – June 18-22
Session Four – MINI-MUSICAL SONG & DANCE – June 25-29
ACTOR’S TOOLBOX // Ages 7-9
11a – 1p (Monday-Friday)
Cost per week: $175 Non-Members; $160 FAC Members
These week-long sessions will work toward building stronger theatre techniques and enhance motivation and confidence in a group. Each week will focus on a different theme so that students can enroll in multiple weeks without duplicating or missing any curriculum. We will focus on characterization, acting basics, creating characters and improvisation.
Session One – FUNDAMENTALS OF ACTING– June 4-8
Session Two – COMEDY (IMPROV) SPORTS – June 11-15
Session Three – CREATING YOUR OWN ORIGINAL WORK – June 18-22
Session Four – SING OUT! – June 25-29
PERFORMANCE LAB INTENSIVE // Ages 10-13
1:30 – 5:30p (Monday-Friday)
Cost per two-week session: $400 Non-Members; $375 FAC Members
These two-week sessions will engage students in creating a show, culminating in a performance for friends and family on the last evening of the session. The first session will focus on a one-act version of a classic Shakespeare play, while the second session will focus on musical theatre. Students enrolled in this lab intensive will be looked at for roles in Mainstage productions during the coming 2012-2013 season.
Session One – A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM by William Shakespeare – June 4-15
Session Two – FREE TO BE…YOU AND ME – June 18-29
– The Aurora Fox will be holding auditions for our summer youth productions on Saturday, April 21 from 10am – 4pm and Sunday, April 22 from 9am – noon. Auditions will be held at The Aurora Fox. (9900 East Colfax Avenue, Aurora, CO 80010). Call 303-739-1970 to schedule an appointment or listen to additional audition information. Callbacks will be held Mon., Apr. 23 & Tue., Apr. 24, 6-10pm by invitation only.
Roles available for: volunteer children (ages 7-18) and adult professional actors (Non-Equity).
All actors must memorize a one minute monologue, appropriate to their age & children’s theatre, preferably from a published play. Actors should dress comfortably & be prepared to move. Please bring a printed photo (school picture or Polaroid is fine) & the family’s Spring & Summer schedules (May, June & July.) Scheduling is extremely important! Roles may include music or dance so actors should let us know if they have any other performance oriented skills, or play a musical instrument. Participation fee is $50 per youth.
Background: Little Foxes Children’s Theatre performs two plays each summer. This year’s plays will run for 3 weeks, Monday through Saturday at 10am and 1pm, for a total of 18 performances.
• Rehearsals are held at the Aurora Fox, Mon. – Sat., for 5 weeks, beginning May 14th.
• In general, May and early June weekday rehearsals are between 4 & 7pm, Saturday and weekday June & July rehearsals are between 9am-1pm (3pm for technical and dress rehearsals).
Casting is based upon schedule, commitment, skill, experience, personality, physical appearance and a desire to learn & work well with others.
The first production is Charlotte’s Web by Joseph Robinette. Based on the book by E.B. White. Rehearsals are May 14- June 11. No rehearsal on May 28th. Performance dates are June 12 – June 28, 2012.
About the Show: The Children’s Literature Association named this “the best American children’s book of the past two hundred years,” and Joseph Robinette, working with the advice of E.B. White, has created a play that captures this work in a thrilling theatrical presentation. All the enchanting characters are here: Wilbur, the irresistible young pig who desperately wants to avoid the butcher; Fern, a girl who understands what animals say to each other; Templeton, the gluttonous rat who can occasionally be talked into a good deed; and, most of all, the extraordinary spider, Charlotte, who proves to be “a true friend and a good writer.” Determined to save Wilbur, Charlotte begins her campaign with the “miracle” of her web in which she writes, “Some pig.”
The second production is The Pirate Show by Mark Landon Smith. Rehearsals are June 7- July 9. No rehearsal on July 4th. Performance dates are July 10 – July 26, 2012.
About the Show: The Pirate Show is a family oriented comedy adventure on the high seas with swashbuckling pirates, sea battles, buried treasure and pygmies. Orphaned siblings, Nigel and Virginia , are living under the cruel Miss Persimmon Crudmudgeon. Fed up with their life, the brother and sister flee. Nigel and Virginia hide in pier side barrels, but they are separated as the all-female crew of the Pretty Penelope and the all-male crew of El Bandido Loco accidentally kidnap them. Both crews are in pursuit of the treasure of Captain Mauvebeard and the Caribbean Ruby, buried on Pygmy Island. Great fun for all!