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2018 SETC Fall Professional Unified Auditions
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Date/Time

Date(s) - 08/26/2018 - 08/27/2018
8:00 am - 9:00 pm

Target Regions

Southeast, Southeast: North Carolina

Target Occupations

Dance, Performance, Actors, Dancers, Singers, Production, Technical, Theatre & Studios

Details

WHAT: 2018 SETC Fall Professional Unified Auditions
WHEN: August 26 – 27, 2018
WHERE: Sheraton Charlotte Hotel – Uptown Charlotte, NC
REGISTRATION: NOW OPEN

Don’t miss “The Stage Is Yours”: Aug. 25, 2018
Plan to arrive early, and start preparing your act for our annual Saturday evening social event, The Stage Is Yours!, sponsored by Break A Leg Network. Sign up on-site to participate.

Registration Information

Online Registration Opens: June 1, 2018
Online Registration Deadlines:
Early-Bird ($35): Noon ET on July 2, 2018
Final ($45): Noon ET on Aug. 15, 2018
Refund Deadline:  Noon ET on Aug. 3, 2018

Professional Actors, Singers and Dancers – Check Your Eligibility

To participate in SETC’s Fall Professional Unified Auditions, actors must meet the following  Professional Qualifications

Application Guidelines

Applications open June 1, 2018. To audition, you must apply and be approved for an audition slot. Download the correct application guidelines for you, and give us a call if you need any help:

Important Audition Information

Time Limits:
*Note: Your time begins with the first sound you make.
Acting-Only: The time limit is sixty (60) seconds.
Singing-Only: The time limit is sixty (60) seconds.
Singing and Acting: The time limit is a total of ninety (90) seconds.

Accompaniment: An accompanist is provided. Your music must be in the correct key; the pianist will not
transpose. (Mount music on stiff cardboard – no books.) NEW THIS YEAR – Auditionees MAY accompany
themselves on piano or small instruments – time limits remain the same.

Grouping: NEW THIS YEAR – Auditionees will be seen individually and are NOT required to be in the audition
room until they are on deck. However, chairs will be available if an auditionee wishes to watch the auditions.

 Dance Call: Any auditionees who wish to show their dance skills, or who are called back by the hiring companies
will attend the Dancer Briefing at the specified time. The confirmed time will be announced at the morning briefing.
You should schedule your callbacks around the Dance Call. All three of the following combinations will be taught,
with time to practice, then the combinations will be divided into male/female groups and you will be given a
chance to perform the combinations for the theatres:

Combination #1: Movement combination for the actor who moves well.
Combination #2: Combination that includes both advanced ballet and jazz.
Combination #3: Intermediate/advanced tap combination.
You may perform a single combination or two combinations, but not all three. You may perform combinations 1
and 3; or combinations 2 and 3; but you may not do combinations 1 and 2.
More callback sheets are posted after the Dance Call. Auditionees should repeat the callback procedure as
detailed above.

HOTEL INFORMATION

Hotel Group Rate Reservation Deadline: Aug. 3, 2018
Click Here for Hotel Reservations

2017 Fall Auditions by the Numbers

The 2017 Fall Professional Unified Auditions, held Aug. 27-28, 2017, at the Crowne Plaza Atlanta-Airport in Atlanta, saw 193 actors, singers and dancers audition in front of 27 casting representatives from 18 companies representing 93 theatres looking to fill 2,109 roles in dramatic shows, comedies and musicals. Theatres represented were repertory and stock companies, single show venues, cruise lines, dinner theatres, entertainment agencies, etc. Based on information provided by the hiring companies, theatres offered an average weekly salary of $400, with some as high as $1200/week.

Special thanks to Break A Leg Network for sponsoring 2017’s Saturday evening social event: The Stage Is Yours!

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