Upcoming Auditions and Productions

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For your audition:
1. Wear dress casual clothing.
2. Memorize and prepare a brief, entertaining monologue, (a paragraph or two) which shows your ability to get in character, engage an audience, and show a range of emotion.
3. Prepare to sing sixteen measures of a Broadway/Disney-style song (something with a little range and emotion).
4. Once you have set your appointment. Plan to arrive 15 minutes early to check in and relax before your audition.
Note: Everyone who auditions will be enrolled in the 5-week summer camp. Whether you are cast in a speaking role or ensemble role, you will have plenty of acting, singing and dancing throughout the performance. If you are new to theater, you will have the chance to learn from and be encouraged by caring directors and talented peers. You'll love the experience and we'll love having you! So sign up and step into a whole new and wonderful life!

Guidelines for Auditioning

  • All students MUST be between the ages of 4 and 18.

  • 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. 

  • Dance auditions will follow vocal auditions. Plan to stay one hour. Please bring proper dance attire. No flip-flops, or open-toed shoes are allowed.​

  • 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.​