WHAT TO PREPARE
Prepare a one minute monologue and one minute song
Song and monologue may not come from the show for which you are auditioning
Prepare pieces that show off your range and abilities and you feel great about performing
WHAT TO EXPECT
Directors, staff and fellow auditionees are rooting for you. We are all pulling for you to do your very best!
Everyone who auditions for SpotLight, StageLight, and NightLight is in the show. We do not cut from these 3 productions
Detailed audition information will be sent for the MoonLight and NightLight productions
If the prospect of an audition is too overwhelming and a deal breaker for your child, you may forgo an audition and be placed directly in the ensemble.
Looking for more detailed audition information? Please read our helpful tips here.
Looking for audition help?
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Audition Feedback sessions are an opportunity for our young actors to meet one-on-one with their directors and receive personal feedback directly related to their last audition. Directors will discuss scores and encourage students in areas of continued development, song choices, etc. These sessions are designed to equip students for future auditions.
(An email will be sent out during the session to sign up for Feedback.)
This summer workshop will go through choosing audition material, movement, stage presence, and helping tips on working through nerves. Whether your child is preparing for their first audition or their hundredth, this workshop will provide them with helpful feedback on both songs and monologues so they can do their best!
Rock Your Callback
This summer workshop covers how to prepare voices and bodies for callbacks, how to get materials ready, how to act during songs and cold reads, and how to meet expectations in a callback. Students will become more confident, dynamic, and versatile actors through cold reading, character exercises, vocal exercises, and callback scenarios.