Upcoming Auditions and Productions
FINDING NEMO JR.
TO BE ANNOUNCED
Arrive 15 minutes early and check in. There will be paperwork to fill out.
Dress nicely. Look sharp. Be practiced and prepared.
Have a character monologue, at least a paragraph or two, fully memorized. Pick something which will show your versatility and range of emotion. Also, pick a monologue which best matches the character for which you are auditioning.
Have 16 measures of a musical theater song ready to sing A Cappella or with karaoke or sound track back up provided on your cell phone. No other vocals can be on the karaoke track.
In the audition, introduce yourself, the role you want to audition for:
"Hello, my name is _________, and I am auditioning for the role of _______________.
Intro your monologue:
"My monologue is from ________________."
Intro your song:
"I am singing______________, from the musical_____________."
When finished, say, "Thank you."
Wait for any questions that the director(s) may have for you.
BE FRIENDLY and ENTHUSIASTIC! If the director asks you to deliver the lines in another way, be ready and be agreeable.
Be sure and project and act out what you are saying or singing.
Know we want you to succeed, so we are rooting for you to do a great job.
General Guidelines for Auditioning
All students MUST be 6 or older.
You must be available for all rehearsal dates.
All auditionees will need to read through the Spotlight Productions Guidelines and sign the agreement contract.
Auditionees will be asked to perform sixteen bars from a musical. A cd, iPod or iPhone instrumental accompaniment may be used. No recorded background vocals may accompany the singer. A monologue ranging from 30 seconds to 1 minute in length. Actors may also be asked to read excerpts from the scripts.
All auditionees need to be prepared to fill out an information form.
For all auditionees under the age of 18, parental signature is required on the form.
A theater resume´ and head shot are requested, but not mandatory.
Auditions are "closed", meaning family and friends may not watch auditions. Sometimes this can make them nervous.
All auditionees need to stay in the audition area until they are released by directors. Friends, siblings and other relatives will need to stay seated in the waiting area and not go anywhere else in the building.