Auditions

Audition Information

*Note: This page concerns auditions for shows in the Department of Theatre. For those interested in auditioning for our program, check out the "Scholarships and Graduate Assistantships" section of our website by clicking here.

The Department of Theatre mainstage auditions are open to anyone who would like to come!

Majors and minors are expected to have material prepared ahead of time (unless otherwise specified). Students, faculty, staff, and community members who are not affiliated with the Department of Theatre are welcome to come, an material will be provided for you to read for your audition. ALL are welcome!!

 

SIX WOMEN WITH BRAIN DEATH, OR EXPIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW

AUDITIONS: NIGHT 1: September 11 at 6:30 pm in Stone Theatre. Auditionees should prepare a one-minute monologue, and sixteen bars of music that shows your vocal range in one of the styles of the show. Auditionees should bring their own sheet music, or recorded accompaniment. Those bringing a recording should have it on a phone, mp3 player, tablet, or laptop that can be plugged into a stereo. Proper audition attire required. NIGHT 2: September 12 at 6:30pm in Stone Theatre. Auditionees should be prepared to read and sing from the show, as well as dance! Please wear clothes you can move in. Please note that Auditionees should plan to attend BOTH nights. If you have any questions please call 318.257.2930.

 

LIVING DEAD IN DENMARK 

AUDITIONS: November 13 and 14 at 6:30 PM in Stone Theatre. The first night of auditions require a one minute contemporary monologue. The second night will consist of callbacks, and will be movement-based. Appropriate attire for each night is expected. 

  

KING LEAR

AUDITIONS: March 13th at 7:00 PM in Stone Theatre, with Callbacks on March 14. Auditionees should prepare a one-minute Shakespearean monologue. Monologues should be from a Shakespearean tragedy or history, but NOT from LearAppropriate audition attire is expected. 

 

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