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SAVE THE DATE! 2020-2021 Season Auditions & Conventions (Updated 10.21)

2020 Events September September 8th: USITT/SETC LiNK Registration Opens October October 15th: NETC Virtual Audition Submissions Open November November 1st: StrawHat Virtual Audition Submissions Open November 11th-13th: TCG Fall Forum – Virtual Event December December 2nd-4th:  7th Annual LiNK from USITT & SETC 2021 Events January January 15th: NETC Virtual Audition Submission Deadline January 15th:  StrawHats Submission Deadline March March 10th-13th: USITT Conference – Registration opens Fall 2020, date TBA August Aug 31st – Sept 1st: Rocky Mountain Theatre Conference

StrawHat Virtual Auditions – Application Opens Nov. 1

StrawHat Virtual Auditions Application Opens: November 1, 2020 Submission Deadline: January 15, 2021 How it Works for the Performer StrawHat Auditions are open to non-Equity performers age 18 and older: singers, dancers, and actors. Opportunities are available in summer theatres, production and entertainment companies, cruise ships, theme parks, and special events. Fees: 2021 Registration/annual subscription: $37 (non-refundable) NOTE: Annual Subscription periods run from November 1st to October 1st of the following year. Pre-screen videos and hard-copy audition submissions are due by Jan. 15th. Applications received after this date will not be vetted, but actors can still post a StrawHat audition package and profiles will appear in our Actor Search database for the subscription period. Re...

Press Release: StrawHats and NETC to Host Virtual 2021 Auditions

Last week, StrawHats Auditions and the New England Theatre Conference announced that both organizations will be holding virtual auditions for 2021. More information can be found in the press release below, as well as on each organization’s website: https://www.strawhat-auditions.com/ https://www.netconline.org Via: https://www.facebook.com/TheStrawHatAuditions/photos/a.517795808237455/3939071996109802/

2020 Theatre Bay Virtual Auditions are Now Open!

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the theatre community, Theatre Bay Area has launched the 2020 Virtual Regionals, which are categorized by the four regions of the Bay Area: East Bay, North Bay, South Bay, and San Francisco. Theatre Bay Area has crafted the virtual auditions to meet the needs of our individual and company members in this current climate while incorporating feedback from past general and regional auditions. Actors: Actors are able to submit their headshot, resume, and a link to their audition video via an electronic form and select which regions they’d like to be considered for. Actors! Have questions about making a video audition? Read our FAQs here.  Auditors (Companies, Casting Directors, Etc.): Registered auditors will receive access starting on August...

Greater Philadelphia Annual Auditions – UPDATE

Greater Philadelphia Annual Auditions Thank you for your interest in the Greater Philadelphia Annual Auditions. We are living through an unprecedented moment in our history as we, our city, and the world are responding to COVID-19. As this crisis unfolds, the safety and well-being of the Philadelphia Theatre Community is our priority. The Greater Philadelphia Annual Auditions have been postponed to a later date to be announced. Please check back HERE for updates regarding re-scheduling.

10 Things Student Actors Can Do During COVID-19 School Closures

Maggie Bera, founder and editor of the actor lifestyle blog and podcast, Actor Aesthetic has offered ten helpful tips for those students dealing with school closures during the COVID-19 outbreak. College programs and universities all over the country are taking extra precautions by temporarily shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic…What does this mean for students taking performing arts classes? COVID-19 concerns have caused hundreds of thousands of students to take to online courses. Because of the nation-wide shutdowns, many theatre students are forced to forfeit performing arts classes, school productions, concerts, and showcases. So what can student actors due in the meantime? Here are her top ten things student actors can do at home to continue their training during the C...

New Online Auditions for Universal Studios Signapore

About the Auditions Universal Studios Singapore is looking for talented performers to join our team for a range of new and exciting in-park opportunities! Successful applicants should expect to work indoors/outdoors and be part of our world class entertainment program for daily operations and seasonal events. If you have a passion for bringing famous characters to life, then this is the job for you! Universal Studios Singapore will be moving our audition process to the online platform. This will allow applicants from all around the world to be considered to join our exceptional team! Documentation Submission of headshot and resume / CV are only accepted in .pdf format only. Relocation All participants must be willing to relocate to Singapore for up to 12 months. Contract lengths may vary d...

How to Find the Passion for Auditioning

Auditioning. For some, it’s their least favorite part of the showbiz process. For others, they may thrive in the room. But let’s face it: auditioning is a necessity to be able to book work. How do you separate yourself from the pack without making choices that may disconnect you from your work? How do you prepare in a way that sets you up for success to be your most authentic self in the room? How do you find the passion for auditioning to be like those who thrive in the room? Take a look at this article for pointers on how to find some inspiration in auditioning, so you too can stand out from the pack. View Article via www.castingfrontier.com

Ohio Theatre Alliance: Actor/Singer/Dancer Registration Now Open!

All Auditions will take place on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio. If you’re in college, looking for summer stock work, you’re SUMMER-ONLY. If you’re graduating from college, or looking for full-time work, you’re YEAR-ROUND. You must be at least 18 years old to audition. PERFORMER REGISTRATION FORM & RESUMES Audition slots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The “Acting Form” is for performers of all types: actors, singers, and dancers. OTA Acting Form 2020 This year’s audition forms are fillable pdfs and MUST BE OPENED IN ADOBE READER TO BE FILLED OUT. If you have trouble filling out this fillable pdf, please email us and ask for a copy in Word. Your one-page Acting resume must be attached to your application email in Word or pdf ...

StrawHat Registration – NOW OPEN!

STRAWHAT 2020 MARCH 14, 15, & 16     REGISTER HERE REGISTRATION DEADLINE: January 15, 2020 at Noon How it Works for the Performer One Audition, multiple job opportunities – All in one day. StrawHat Auditions are open to non-Equity performers age 18 and older: singers, dancers, and actors. Opportunities are available in summer theatres, production and entertainment companies, cruise ships, theme parks, and special events. Fees: Registration/annual subscription: $47 (non-refundable)        Audition: $63 (upon email notification of selection) Registration: Complete the online form and submit your non-refundable annual registration fee (also known as your subscription), then mail your hard-copy application and supporting materials (see INSTRUCTIONS). Apply for a Song & Monologue, Monol...

8 Things to Know When Auditioning for a Commercial

Commercial auditions are a great way for an actor to break into the on-camera aspect of the industry. Even for now A-list celebrities, commercials are how they began their career. When starting out on this career path, it can be tough to know how to prepare and present yourself in the best manner for a commercial audition.  Casting directors Ellen Jacoby (Miamai) and Stuart Stone (Los Angeles), author of “The Keys to Commercial Acting”, give their best tips in this article from Backstage. VIEW ARTICLE via www.backstage.com

Patti LuPone on getting bullied by Broadway. And why she keeps coming back.

In this interview from the New York Times Magazine, Patti LuPone gives readers a hard look at some of the truths behind her success. With the sheer resilience this Diva brings, both on and off stage, she knows that Broadway is exactly where she is meant to be. What keeps her coming back? Is it fame or art? Subscribe for a free subscription to the New York Times and find out what all LuPone dishes to the readers. VIEW ARTICLE via www.nytimes.com

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