Dancers

2018 Pittsburgh CLO Auditions

What:  Auditions for Pittsburgh CLO’s 2018 Summer Season – TITANIC, THE FULL MONTY, BRIGADOON, Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE. We will not be casting ON YOUR FEET! Who: Trained Singers, Dancers and Character Actors. Please note that Chorus Members must be able to sing and dance. Most age-appropriate roles are cast from the chorus. We recommend those under the age of 30 should audition for the chorus. Children’s roles will be cast from students of the Pittsburgh CLO Academy. For information regarding enrollment, contact 412-281-2234.  Audition dates for children are TBD. Please do not submit this application for anyone under the age of 18. When: By appointment only. Thursday, February 22 Friday, February 23        Saturday, February 24 Cal...

TPS Unified General Auditions – Application Now Open!

  THEATRE PUGET SOUND – UNIFIED GENERAL AUDITIONS: 2018 ACTOR APPLICATION Auditions dates are Monday through Thursday, March 5 – 8, 2018.  ELIGIBILITY The Unified General Auditions is a showcase of the region’s premiere talent. While experienced actors receive priority, well-prepared actors with various degrees of experience are welcome to apply. Application Process & Requirements: In order to audition at the 2018 Unified General Auditions, the following requirements must be met: Must be a 2018 Theatre Puget Sound Individual Member or PATA(Portland Area Theatre Alliance) Membership Meet one of the experience requirements (listed below) Fill out the online actor application Once approved to audition, actors must: Schedule audition time online and upload print-ready headshot a...

MidWest Theatre Auditions to Open More Audition Slots

Did you miss the application sign-up date last November, or did space fill up too quickly for the MidWest Theatre Auditions?  Good News!  MWTA posted on their Facebook Page, stating that they will re-open the audition application for a limited number of audition spots. The application will open on  Friday, January 19th at 12:30pm CENTRAL TIME.  Review the Application Guidelines or applications before this time to make sure you are prepared to fill out all required information. If you have any questions or concerns you can always call or email MWTA at mwta@webster.edu (314)-968- 6937. For more information about the MidWest Theatre Auditions, Click Here.

Village Theatre 2018-2019 General Auditions Announcement

VILLAGE THEATRE ANNOUNCES GENERAL AUDITIONS FOR THE 2018-2019 SEASON FOR AEA AND NON-UNION PERFORMERS Village Theatre 2018-2019 Season General Auditions: January 16, 17, & 19, 2018 | 10am-6pm Village Theatre 303 Front St. N Issaquah WA 98027 Village Theatre will be holding singer/actor auditions for their 2018-2019 Season, Beta Series, and The Village Originals Festival of New Musicals on January 16th, 17th and 19th from 10am-6pm at Village Theatre, in Issaquah. These auditions are for principal and ensemble actors and singers ages 17+. Village Theatre’s 2018-2019 Season will be announced on Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 and additional EPA’s, ECC’s (dance calls) and youth auditions will be held on a per show basis throughout the year. Village Theatre would also like to encourage actors of...

MTWichita Audition Announcemennt

The application for auditions will be available around January 3, 2018. For all non-Equity performers, filling out an audition application is the first step to acquiring an audition time. Auditions fill up very quickly.    VIEW ACTOR APPLICATION INFORMATION We encourage you to wait to purchase an airline ticket until you have confirmation of an audition time with us. Unfortunately we will not have time to see everyone who submits. Auditions for the 2018 season will be held in February and March. Times listed below are for dance calls. All auditionees must attend one dance call of their choice AND schedule a singing audition. Singing auditions are scheduled by filling out the audition request form. The link will be available after the first of the year. Those interested in auditioning are a...

UPTA Early Bird Registration Deadline: November 30th

There are only 10 days left to save $10 on early bird registration for the 2018 Unified Professional Theatre Auditions! Early-Bird Registration Deadline ($45): November 30, 2017 Online Registration Deadline ($55): January 12, 2018 Audition slots fill quickly and are given on a first-come, first-served basis. Upload of registration materials by registration close DOES NOT GUARANTEE AN AUDITION SLOT. Registration Information, Convention Itinerary, and more can be found HERE. 2018 UPTA Audition & Convention Information  

MWTA Registration Opens November 1st

The 2018 MidWest Theatre Auditions (MWTA) Registration opens TOMORROW, November 1st! The registration link will open at 10:00 am CENTRAL TIME. Please note that registration fills up quickly, so have all your information and payment ready before you begin the application. There is an application fee of $50 for Actors and $45 for DTSM due with submission of application, payable online by Visa or MasterCard. MWTA does  NOT accept any other forms of payment. Checks and cash are NOT accepted. Acting Auditions All applicants should bring copies of their résumés and headshots to the auditions for callbacks. After you send in your application, you will receive an e-mail confirmation by January 1st which will guide you through the process of sending in a small headshot that will be given to the the...

Taavon Gamble : Choreographer

BREAK A LEG NETWORK proposed a question to a choreographer on the rise. Q: How do you prepare to choreograph a show and what can your dancers and actors do to prepare for a season? A: “The two key rules for my-self when going in to choreograph a show are always preparation and organization. I like to go in prepared with a full structure and strong foundation for myself to work off of. For me it all starts with what’s given to you: the script and the score. Through examining the script and score I can get a clear sense of the story, the style, the history of the show, and concept. As a choreographer, if I’m working on a show that’s been done before I’ll then also give a listen to the music. For me listening to the orchestrations fills me in on the style of music and ...

Movement for Actors Nicole Potter, Barbara Adrian, Mary Fleischer

  In this updated rich resource for actors, renowned movement teachers and directors reveal the physical skills needed for the stage and the screen. Readers will gain remarkable insights into the physical skills and techniques used in a wide variety of performance styles through ready-to-use exercises and approaches. Included in this new edition are chapters covering:

‘Stout’ Attitude Leads to Success

“Creativity is just connecting things.”-­‐Steve Jobs If that is true, then Becky Elizabeth Stout is a good example of what Mr. Jobs was talking about. Ms. Stout represents a new type of young performer; one possessing a wide range of expertise, education, personal experience and optimistic attitude. She connects all of her winning traits together into a fine-­‐tuned 21st century artist, anchoring it with her dancing skills, but threading it with extra attention to singing and acting. “If I take one dance class, I will take two acting or singing classes,” says Stout, who possesses 20+years of dance training and works hard to compliment her dancing with training in singing and acting. In a world of information and accessibility, where young talent can be consumed by what they think the profe...

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