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NEW ORLEANS THEATRE NETWORK ANNOUNCE CITY-WIDE AUDITIONS II

Open Call for AEA and non-AEA actors, singers, and actor-musicians in New Orleans

 

Sunday, June 16 from 5 PM to 8 PM at Tulane University

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1340754906064011/

 

The auditions will be attended by local theatre companies and independent producers seeking new talent for their upcoming seasons. Please note that children under 18 will NOT be seen.

 

Companies Attending:

Voices in the Dark

Intramural Theatre Co.

Goat in the Road

Radical Buffoons

Slotted Spoons

The Tennessee Williams Theatre Company

Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre

Goat in the Road

Summer Lyric Theatre at Tulane

The Storyville Collective

 

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS:

ALL actors should audition with the following items, in order:

1. Slate (with full name, audition piece(s), and author(s))

2. 16 Bars of a musical theatre standard (Optional)

3. One (1) one-minute monologue.

ALL actors, singers, and actor-musicians interested in participating should bring 10 copies of attached headshot and resume. Please indicate if you have rapier, fencing or combat training, and what, if any, instrument you play. Be aware that you will be asked to stop after one minute—be sure to time your audition in rehearsal. Singers should bring sheet music and prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre standard. An accompanist will be present.

 

ACTORS ​will be seen by appointment between 5-6PM. AEA Members should go to ​https://tinyurl.com/yyqxcr8v ​ to schedule an appointment. ​No phone calls.

NON-AEA ACTORS ​will be seen within 30 minute groups. To get an audition time, please go to ​https://tinyurl.com/y68esxzv​. ​No phone calls.  LOCATION: ​ The Dixon Annex (or Dixon Performing Arts Center) sits between Dixon Hall and McWilliams Hall. Please refer to the Tulane campus map at the following link: https://admission.tulane.edu/map​. (This is building #69 on the interactive map)

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