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Summer Lyric Theatre at Tulane - 2019 Season Auditions

Pirates of Penzance in Concert 42nd Street She Loves Me Matilda

Friday, February 15 4:00-6:30pm Youth Vocal Auditions (Ages 8-14) 6:30-9:00pm AEA & EMC Vocal Auditions

Saturday, February 16 9:30am Adult Movement Call (aka Singers/Actors who move) 9:45am Youth Vocal Auditions (Ages 8-14) 11:00am Adult Dancer/Tap Call (aka Advanced Dancers) 12:00pm Youth Dance Call (Ages 8-14) 1:00pm Break 2:00pm Adult Vocal Auditions

Sunday, February 17 12:00pm Matilda Callbacks 2:00pm She Loves Me Callbacks 3:30pm Pirates of Penzance Callbacks 5:00pm 42nd Street Callbacks

What to Bring? Bring your audition music, dance shoes and clothes to move in, resume, headshot (if you have one), personal calendar with potential conflicts.

Where Am I Going? Dixon Hall, Room 118 at Tulane University

What Time Should I Be There? At least 15-30 minutes before my audition time or movement/dance call

Where Do I Register for an Audition Time? AEA & EMC Vocal Auditions (Friday): https://tinyurl.com/y7gh52jv General Vocal Auditions (Saturday): https://tinyurl.com/ya7y7bn6 Youth Vocal Auditions / Ages 8-12 (Fri & Sat): https://tinyurl.com/yamwovzo

 

Adult Vocal Auditions You should prepare two songs in contrasting styles, 16-32 bar cuts of each. Please select material in the styles of the shows on the season. You must bring sheet music in the proper key, and should be in either a book or three-ring binder. Please make sure your cuts are clearer marked. You may sing something from the shows on the season. An accompanist will be provided. No A Cappella or Background Tracks.

Youth Vocal Auditions (Ages 8-14) You should prepare one song, 32 bar cut or 30-45 seconds in length. The song should be in the proper key and shows off your vocal range and acting ability. You may sing a song from the show. Please make sure your song is in a book or a three-ring binder and your cut is clearly marked. An accompanist will be provided.

Dance & Movement Calls This season we need dancers of all levels: Strong dancers and tappers, as well as singers and actors who move well. The Adult Movement Call is for singers and actors who “move”. The Adult Dance/Tap Call is for advanced dancers and tappers. Please bring your tap shoes to the audition. There will be a tap combination taught following the dance combination.

All young people auditioning for Matilda must come to the Youth Dance Call.

Note: Everyone auditioning should come to either the Movement or Dance Call to be considered for casting.

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