2023 Fall Auditions
Fall Show Auditions
Friday, March 24th, 2023, 6 pm - 9 pm
Auditions & Callbacks
Airness & Ride the Cyclone Auditions
Friday, March 24th, 2023, at 6:00 pm - Vivia Locke Stage
Seretean Center for the Performing Arts
Saturday, March 25th, 2023 at 6:00 pm - Vivia Locke Stage, SCPA
Prepare for Auditions
To sign up and receive audition materials, please contact Assistant Professor of Professional Practice/Production Manager, Marley Giggey at email@example.com
The following is a short-list of how to prepare for the auditions.
What should I bring?
- Two (2) 8x10 headshots with resume attached.
- Device with your music cued up and ready to go. Bluetooth and aux connections available.
- Binder with sheet music for the accompanist. Music should be single-sheet, double-sided, hole punched and put in a 1-inch, dark binder.
What will be included in the audition?
- If you are auditioning for Airness you will need to perform a monologue and air guitar piece.
- If you are auditioning for Ride the Cyclone you will need to perform a monologue and song.
- If you are auditioning for both, you will need to prepare a monologue, a song, and an air guitar piece.
- Be sure to practice your audition AS A WHOLE! This should include your slate, transitions between pieces, and ending.
What should I wear?
- Performers should dress confidently! Wear something that shows your personality and lets you move.
What should I prepare to read?
- Prepare and memorize a monologue of your choice. It should not go longer than one minute.
- The monologue should not come from Airness or Ride the Cyclone.
What should I prepare to sing?
- Prepare a 16-bar (approx. 30-45 seconds) cut of song that best showcases your vocal style and range.
- Styles may include contemporary musical theatre, Motown, Gospel, pop, rock, or hip-hop.
- You may sing rock or pop songs from other musicals.
- Please do not sing material from Ride the Cyclone.
What should I be prepared to ROCK?
- Prepare a 20 second devised performance of air guitar that slays.
- The music needs to be a 20 second cut from a less than recognized piece of rock music.
- It needs to include:
- A moment on the ground/floor
- A moment of direct connection to someone in the audience
- Have a powerful beginning when the music starts
- A moment of integrated dance choreography that DOES NOT DETER from the playing of wicked air guitar simultaneously
- Have a one-of-a-kind pose/statue freeze at its finale that *clearly* indicates the end of your piece.
Questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org