Posts Tagged ‘Auditions



19
Nov
12

Auditions: Free Spirit Entertainment

A Night With the Mob

Free Spirit Entertainment is seeking male dancers to join their touring production company.

 

Regular performances for a brand new cabaret show are currently being scheduled throughout South East Queensland.

You will need to be at an intermediate-expert level with some experience in performance in at least one of the following styles:

Jazz, Tango, Salsa, Cuban Rhumba or Theatre.

You must be a fast learner, who picks up routines quickly, works well with others and has a positive attitude.

Rehearsals (unpaid) are held on Saturdays in Nambour, Queensland, Australia.

Payment details: $100-200 per show depending on experience.

APPLY NOW

 

Bliss Boogie Nights

Free Spirit Dance & Music School is about connecting with who you are, celebrating who you are, being comfortable in your own skin, accepting and loving your body, your physical self and your metaphysical self.

By offering traditional dance and music styles from across the globe, we celebrate our own cultures and we celebrate the cultures of others.

02
Nov
12

Auditions: Risk Theatre’s R&J

Risk Theatre

 

Risk Theatre

are holding first round auditions TOMORROW for their upcoming production of Romeo and Juliet.

 

All applicants welcome regardless of experience.

 

For all queries please contact Director, Shane Webb on 0410 195 577.

 

Come get your Shakespeare on!

 

 

Risk Theatre

26
Oct
12

Auditions: Songs for a New World

Songs For A New World

Phoenix Theatre Ensemble

EMAIL TO BOOK YOUR AUDITION

 sfnw.phoenix@gmail.com

At age twenty-five, songwriter Jason Robert Brown pulled together sixteen of the songs he had written for various projects (shows, cabaret, concerts) and director Daisy Prince found a common theme to make a show of the pieces. The theme is the moment of decision, the point at which you transition from the old to the new. The change may be geographical, emotional, professional or marital, but things are different than they were before.

The result is neither musical play nor revue, it is closer to a theatrical song cycle. A very theatrical song cycle.

Director: Zane C Weber

Musical Director: Luke Volker

Songs for a New World

WHEN

Auditions: November 4th

Calback: November 11th

WHERE
Pavillion Theatre Beenleigh

WHAT TO PREPARE
Please prepare TWO (2) songs, one ballad and comedic or upbeat: at least 32 bars each. An accompanist will be present at the auditions, but you are welcome to bring along backing tracks.

**AGE RESTRICTION**
Must be at least 18-years-old to audition

CAST REQUIREMENTS
The cast is made up of four talented performers (two women and two men) of any ethnicity between the ages of 18 and 60. These performers do not play the same characters throughout the show, but rather play new characters with each song performed.

 

It’s important to develop a fully formed character with each song, showing a full character arc in each number.

ALL PERFORMERS WILL BE UNDERSTUDIED.

ALL UNDERSTUDIES WILL BE GUARANTEED THE CHANCE TO PERFORM.

CAST VOCAL RANGE

Man #1 – D to High C (Tenor)
Man #2 – Low F – High A flat (Baritone)
Woman #1 – Low G – High F (2 octaves)
Woman #2 – Low F – High F (2 octaves)

SEASON
February 22nd – March 23rd, Friday and Saturday nights.

TO BOOK AN AUDITION

Email: sfnw.phoenix@gmail.com

 

25
Oct
12

How to Make Snow

Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre

How to Make Snow

A brand new Christmas show!

AUDITIONS – 2ND ROUND – THIS SUNDAY 28TH OCTOBER

AUDITIONS NOW OPEN TO ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

REGISTER HERE

HOW TO MAKE SNOW is a collaboration between St Laurence’s College and the little red company.

HOW TO MAKE SNOW combines professional lead actors (including Australia’s gorgeous Soprano Mirusia Louwerse, regularly seen touring the world with Andre Rieu, and Luke Kennedy of Ten Tenors fame) with student actors from local schools.

Producer: Naomi Price | Director: Daniel Evans | Music Director: Luke Kennedy | Designer: Josh McIntosh | Lighting Designer: Jason Glenwright | Choreographer: Leah Shelton

How to Make Snow is a whimsical journey from wheelie-bin lined suburban streets to far-flung ice-fields, as one young boy tries to fulfill a seemingly impossible Christmas wish – to make it snow in Australia for Christmas.

Performances: Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre at St Laurence’s College, South Brisbane, 20-22 December (four performances only).

The Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre (ERPAC) located at St Laurence’s College combines picturesque views of Brisbane CBD with versatile presentation, performance and meeting facilities in an educational setting.  Close to Brisbane’s Cultural District South Bank, host your next event in style within the city’s newest Performing Arts & Educational Centre.

St Laurence’s College is a Catholic Boys School in the Edmund Rice Tradition, catering to students from years 5 to 12. Opened in 1915 and currently educating over 1,500 students, the College aims to offer the best theoretical and practical education to students.

Named after the College’s religious icon, ERPAC was derived as a joint initiative between the College and the Mater Hospital.  Adjoining the 1,500 capacity Hancock Street car park, ERPAC was only recently opened in late October 2010.

SLC

24
Aug
12

Casting brief: ensemble in The Addams Family

The Addams Family

Lynne Ruthven Casting has two ensemble roles remaining in The Addams Family.

Your agent will need to submit your headshot and resume. 

The Addams Family is produced in Australia by Rodney Rigby, Stuart Oken, Roy Furman, Michael Leavitt, Five Cent Productions and Elephant Eye Theatrical.

Audition Dates:

Sydney: 12th September

Melbourne: 13th September

Roles:

Male Ensemble “Caveman” to cover the role of “Fester”

Age: 30 – 50

Range: Legit tenor to High B

Must be a good comedic actor and a good mover.

Female Ensemble “Bride” to cover the role of “Wednesday”

Age: 20 – 28

Range: Pop Belt to at least a D. True Legit Soprano to high C.

Must be a good dancer/mover

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS TUESDAY 28TH AUGUST 2012

All principal roles now cast.

Run of play includes Australia only.

Successful artists will be residents of Sydney or Melbourne.

Successful artists required to maintain audition weight.

US team gets final say.

No publicity around casting.

Addams Family