Part-time staff openings at UNC-Wilmington

Friday, May 22nd, 2015

UNCW2Paint and Properties Supervisor

Description:

This position supports the curricular objectives within the Department of Theatre. This individual works closely with; faculty, designers, lab students and student employees to execute departmental production needs. This individual must be able to work independently, be able to handle multiple tasks and be able to work with students of differing experience levels.  This is a part-time non-benefit earning position approximately 30 hours per week for nine months mid-August to mid-May.  Normal working hours Monday-Friday but must be willing to work nights and weekends as needed.  Hourly pay rate $12-$15 per hour depending upon qualifications.

 

Responsibilities:

Oversee the day to day operation of the paint shop, properties storage areas and provide supervision of staff and students in the paint and properties areas including usage and maintenance of all shop and storage areas. Keep accurate records of all lab student hours. Ensure that all equipment is in safe, working order and used in a correct, safe and proper manner. Inventory and replace all expendable supplies. As properties supervisor this individual will secure, maintain and restock all props required for the production season. They will also track expenditures and rentals. As paint supervisor this individual will supervise students in the realization of the scenic designers’ vision with regard to surface treatment of all production elements. They will also be in charge of maintaining all inventory and ordering/purchasing supplies as needed.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

BA in Theatre or similar experience. Experience in carpentry, ability to lift approximately fifty (50) pounds, ability to work at heights and the ability to instruct in the safe operation of shop machinery and tools.

 

Lighting, Sound and Multi-Media Supervisor

Description:

This position supports the curricular objectives within the Department of Theatre. This individual works closely with; faculty, designers, lab students and student employees to execute departmental production needs. This individual must be able to work independently, be able to handle multiple tasks and be able to work with students of differing experience levels.  This is a part-time non-benefit earning position approximately 30 hours per week for nine months mid-August to mid-May.  Normal working hours Monday-Friday but must be willing to work nights and weekends as needed.  Hourly pay rate $12-$15 per hour depending upon qualifications.

 

Responsibilities:

Oversee the day to day operation of the Lighting, Sound and Multi-media systems, and the supervision of staff and students in these areas including usage and annual, scheduled maintenance of related equipment. As Lighting, Sound and Multi-Media Supervisor this individual will function as the department’s master electrician and will supervise students in the installation and realization of the lighting designers’ vision with regard to all established production elements. Keep accurate records of all lab student hours. Ensure that all equipment is in safe, working order and used in a correct, safe and proper manner. Inventory and replace all expendable supplies.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

BA in Theatre or similar experience. Experience in basic theatrical lighting and sound installation and maintenance of equipment is required. The ability read light plots and riser diagrams is beneficial.  Carpentry ability is beneficial. Experience in Multimedia equipment is a plus.  Must have the ability to lift approximately fifty (50) pounds, ability to work at heights and the ability to instruct in the safe operation of all equipment in these areas.

 

To Apply:

Send your letter of interest, resume and list of three references to Thomas Salzman, Chair, Department of Theatre.  Salzmant@uncw.edu.  For questions please call 910-962-7364.  Positions are open until filled.

Theatre Charlotte seeks Designers and Stage Managers for 2015-16 season

Friday, May 22nd, 2015

theatre charlotteTheatre Charlotte is seeking outstanding designers and stage managers for the 2015-2016 season. If you are looking for an opportunity to network, gain valuable experience, build your portfolio and get paid while doing it, please contact us today. Application deadline is July 1, 2015 and interviews begin immediately. Please include show preferences with the application materials which must include a resume, references and letter of interest. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Pictures of previous designs and work are encouraged. Applicants will be hired on a per show basis with pay up to $1300 per production. See below for show dates and an overview of our designer and stage manager responsibilities. For more information on who we are, what we do and what we have done, please visit our website at www.theatrecharlotte.org.

Local applicants are preferred; Theatre Charlotte will not pay for travel or housing expenses.

Chris Timmons
c/o Theatre Charlotte
501 Queens Road
Charlotte, NC 28207
704-376-3777 ext. 17
Fax 704-347-5216
chris@theatrecharlotte.org

 

Theatre Charlotte’s 88th Season
La Cage Aux Folles (Sept. 11 – 27, 2015)
directed by Dennis Delamar

Dracula (Oct. 30 – Nov. 15, 2015)
directed by Dave Blamy

A Christmas Carol (Dec. 4 – 13, 2015)
directed by Vito Abate

The Importance of Being Earnest (Jan. 22 – Feb. 7, 2016)
directed by Tonya Bludsworth

The Miracle Worker (Mar. 18 – April 3, 2016)
directed by Paige Johnston Thomas

The Addams Family (May 13 – 29, 2016)
directed by Jill Bloede

 

Production Team Overview
Stage Managers: Our Stage Managers serve as the liaison between directors, actors, production staff and the Theatre Charlotte staff. Communication is key in making this happen and is extended through production meetings, rehearsal reports and the like. Stage Managers are responsible for being at all rehearsals, recording blocking and calling the show during performances. Cheerful and positive people are a must; the ability to manage many different personalities is key; understanding how to balance professional expectations with local, non-professional actors of various skill levels is also a priority.

 

Scenic Designers: Scenic Designers are responsible for bringing the visual elements of the production to life through a creative, well thought out and efficient design that is within the resources and budget set forth by Theatre Charlotte. We seek designers who can hold fast to strict deadlines and are willing to work within the challenges of the space, budget and limited production personnel.

 

Lighting Designer: Lighting Designers are responsible for reinforcing and enhancing visual and emotional elements of productions through use of theatrical lighting techniques and general illumination. Our designers must be comfortable on ladders or be willing to work with volunteers who can assist with lighting needs. Lighting Designers must be available during tech week leading up to opening night, as well hang and focus as determined in the production schedule.

 

Costume Designers: Costume Designers reinforce character personalities, time period, setting and mood through the creative use of clothing. Our Costume Designers must be prepared to acquire, purchase or build all costume pieces for a production within the budget outlined for the production. People who are fun to collaborate with and have an eye for detail are preferred.

 

Sound Engineer: Our Sound Engineers are used for our musical productions which bookend each season. This person is responsible for setting up and tearing down all sound equipment needed for our performers and live musicians; creating a mix that is appropriate for the show and our space; running the board during performances or teaching someone to do so if not available. We prefer Sound Engineers who have their own or access to sound equipment (such as wireless and hard wired mics, monitors, amp and cable) to supplement Theatre Charlotte’s inventory.

Green Room Community Theatre announces auditions for “Romeo and Juliet”

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Green-Room-Community-Theatre-300x112The Green Room Community Theatre is pleased to announce audition dates for the 10th Annual Shakespeare in the Park production, Romeo and Juliet.  Auditions will be held Sunday, May 31 and Monday, June 1, 2015, at 7:00 each evening.  Roles are available for males and females ages 7 and up.

Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.  You can easily find a synopsis and even the whole script online if you are unfamiliar with the play.  Please wear comfortable clothing for ease of movement.  The production will take place at Southside Park on August 7, 8, 14, & 15, 2015 with rain dates scheduled for August 21 and 22 if needed. You must be available for all performance dates.

All auditions will be held at the Old Post Office Playhouse located at 10 South Main Avenue, Newton, NC 28658.  Please enter at the lower level door at the back of the building (on South Ashe Avenue).  The first rehearsal and read-through will be Sunday, June 7, 2015 at 6:00 pm.  Bring your summer calendar for conflicts.  There will be limited rehearsals in June with a full rehearsal schedule starting in July.

Romeo and Juliet is directed by Jonathan Ray and produced by Automated Machine Design, Inc. If you have any questions, please call The Green Room Community Theatre at (828) 464-6583.

The Green Room Community Theatre is a funded affiliate of the United Arts Council of Catawba County.

Davidson Community Players’ The Connie Company announces auditions

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

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TEEN AUDITION ALERT: TEEN SUMMER STOCK

Davidson Community Players’ The Connie Company is seeking energetic and imaginative young adults for its Teen Summer Stock Series of Grease and Almost, Maine.

 

 

MAY 30th
Armour Street Theatre,
307 Armour Street in Davidson

All actors ages 14-20 are invited to audition.

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Grease auditions will be held 10 a.m. until noon.

Those interested should bring 16 bars of a song that shows off their vocal range and ability to act through a song, as well as a recent picture, resume or list of theatre experience. An accompanist will be provided, a capella is not encouraged. In all cases, auditionees should plan to arrive at the start of the appropriate audition and stay for the entire session. Rehearsals will take place August 3 – 14 with performance dates of August 14 – 16. This production will be directed by Katie Mullis.

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Almost, Maine auditions will be held 12 p.m. until 2 p.m.

Those interested should bring a recent picture and resume or list of theatre experience.  In all cases, auditionees should plan to arrive at the start of the appropriate audition and stay for the entire session. Auditions will consist of theatre exercises and cold readings from the script. Rehearsals will take place July 20 – 31, with performance dates of July 31 – August 2. This production will be directed by Sylvia Schnople.

You may choose either show to audition for. If you wish to audition for both shows, you may come from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. and be considered for a role in both or either shows.

The Teen Summer Stock Series is a two-week intensive production aimed at the advanced young adult performer. To simulate a summer stock theatre company, actors will rehearse Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. with one weekend of performances. There is a production fee associated with Teen Summer Stock Series. Financial aid is available. Please see our website for additional details www.DavidsonCommunityPlayers.org or call call the office at 704-892-7953.

The Teen Summer Stock Series is sponsored by McMahon Truck Centers.

Davidson Community Players is a non-profit organization established in 1965 to produce theatre that entertains, enriches, and encourages community participation in the dramatic arts.  In 1996 The Connie Company was founded and is the youth community theatre company of Davidson Community Players. Components include education classes, camps, and intensives, as well as, full productions geared toward young people. Both organizations have a long standing record of providing creative, authentic and affordable opportunities for both children and adults.

Matthews Playhouse seeks Technical Director

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

Matthews playhouseMatthews Playhouse is a community based non-profit theatre organization committed to enriching the lives of children and adults by inviting them to participate in the world of performing arts.  We are looking to hire a part-time Technical Director to join our team.  This is a part-time, salaried position, hired as a contractor.

The Technical Director will report directly to our Production Manager, and will be responsible for the overall execution and implementation of scenic designs for the shows in our seasons.  Duties include scene shop maintenance, scenic storage organization, management of shop staff and volunteers, and taking an active role as carpenter, painter, and rigger during work calls. Additional duties to include being “on-call” (on site) for technical rehearsals and performances as arranged by the Production Manager. Note: this position requires someone who is willing and able to work in the scene shop in a hands-on capacity on a daily basis.

Qualified applicants will be eligible to take on additional scenic, lighting and sound design positions throughout the season, which are paid through separate stipends.

Qualifications

Applicants should have a minimum of 2 years experience working in a scenic shop, with previous Technical Direction or Master Carpenter experience preferred.   BA degree in theatre or related performing arts field is preferred.  Proficiency with AutoCAD or Vectorworks (along with a working knowledge of drafting and technical drawing) is desired.

To apply, please submit a letter of intent, professional resume, and three references.

Contact

Evan Kinsley, Production Manager

ekinsley@matthewsplayhouse.com

(704) 846-8343

Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte seeks Sound Board Ops

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

actors theatre of charlotte
Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte is seeking Sound Board Operators for “Cougar the Musical.” Applicants should have experience balancing a live band as well as a cast with wireless microphones. The show will run May 29-June 27. For more information or details, please contact Carrie Cranford at carriec@atcharlotte.org.

Audition Video Submissions: FOLLOW MY LIGHT – A NEW MUSICAL Reading at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte

Friday, May 15th, 2015

Childrens theatre of charlotteVideo submissions are now being accepted for a two-part workshop performance of “Follow My Light- A New Musical”. We are looking to cast actors to participate in one or both parts of this workshop.

The first half of this production will be a developmental reading housed at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte from June 1st- 14th and will culminate in a small reading for invited guests. Rehearsals will be from 4pm-10pm Monday-Thursday. The directors ARE WILLING to work around conflicts.

The second half will be a production that will take place at UpStage NoDa July 13th-16th. Rehearsals will begin the last week in June.

This production will be an opportunity to work on a brand new musical one on one with the composers and other Charlotte theatre makers.

Please submit a video featuring the following items:

-A 32 bar cut of a contemporary musical theatre or pop song (no A cappella auditions will be considered)

-A 1-minute contemporary monologue.

Please attach a current resume and headshot.

All audition materials should be sent to FollowMyLightMusical@gmail.com and have the subject line “Follow My Light Audition”.

Current Job Openings at Cape Fear Regional Theatre

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

PrintStage Manager

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) seeks a full-time, experienced, non-equity Stage Manager to join its production staff as one of two rotating Stage Manager/Assistant Stage Managers for its 2015-2016 season, which will include 7 mainstage productions (2 in repertory) and 1 special event production. Knowledge of and proficient ability to perform standard stage management duties required; knowledge of AEA rules a plus. Driver’s license required.

Salary based on experience. Contract start date TBD (early August) and ending June 10, 2016.

Please send letter of intent, CV, references, and portfolio (optional) by e-mail to jobs@cfrt.org.

Director of Education and Outreach

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) seeks a full-time, dynamic Director of Education and Outreach to join its administrative and creative staff who will select and administer all educational programming; act as the liaison between CFRT and the region’s school systems to promote and build CFRT’s student matinee series, Artists in Schools lecture series, and internship program; and provide coordinating support for CFRT’s community outreach efforts in order to build and sustain broader community relationships. Bachelor’s degree and passion for the arts required. The right candidate for this position will have 3+ years of professional experience as a theatre educator and a proven track record of successful community engagement.

Job abilities and duties include but are not limited to: Excellent writer and speaker; effective communicator; knowledge of various forms of music and dance (ability to play piano a plus); coach auditions for children and adults; ability to effectively lead groups of students as large as 60; develop curriculum and classes for Fall, Winter, and Spring Studio class sessions; locate and hire qualified teachers to conduct classes for Fall, Winter, and Spring Studio sessions; must teach at least two, hour long, weekly classes for ages 6-18 for the Studio; create a performance troupe to perform at various CFRT events; teach one area of focus (music, dance or acting) and administer the Summer Drama Camp for all sessions; administer and coordinate mainstage Student Matinee performances, including student load-in and load-out, curtain speech, talk-back, and post-production reporting; create standards-based resource guides for area instructors which supplement CFRT Student Matinee Series; schedule and administer any Artist on the Go workshops in coordination with local Arts Council; coordinate events and sustain relationship with other area non-profits; administer and promote fundraising campaigns for education program; and knowledge of grant writing a plus.

Salary based on experience. Start date TBD (August 2015). Please send letter of intent, CV, references, and portfolio (optional) to: Frank Moorman, Managing Director, PO Box 53723, Fayetteville, NC 28305 or by e-mail to jobs@cfrt.org.

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Costume Shop Manager
Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) seeks a full time Costume Shop Manager to join its production staff. Responsibilities will include maintenance of stock, assisting designers in coordination of all production work, fittings, builds and alterations for all season shows. Costume Shop Manager will coordinate with community volunteer stitchers, overseeing and managing budgets and rental resources, assisting costume designer in completing online orders, rental paperwork, etc. Bachelor’s Degree or MFA Preferred, Driver’s License required. Salary based on experience. Please send letter of intent, resume and references to: Managing Director, PO Box 53723, Fayetteville, NC 28305 or jobs@cfrt.org.

 

Development Director
Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) seeks an energetic and experienced Development Director who will plan and implement all fundraising efforts for the organization in conjunction with the Board of Directors, staff and volunteers. The Development Director is responsible for raising CFRT’s annual contributed income totaling at least $550,000 of the $1.25 million overall operating budget. Duties include overseeing and coordinating fundraising events, individual donor campaigns, grant seeking, government funding, research and cultivation of prospective funders, development of Board fundraising efforts, and broadening the base of support for the organization. Reporting to the Managing Director, this position is part of the management team, working in tandem with the Managing Director, the Artistic Director, the Marketing Director, and the Office Manager. Salary based on experience. Please send letter of intent, resume and references to: Managing Director, PO Box 53723, Fayetteville, NC 28305 or jobs@cfrt.org.

 

Technical Director

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) seeks a full time Technical Director to join its production staff. The TD will collaborate with the Production Coordinator and oversee all technical elements of the production including the scenic build, load-in, tech schedule, and strike. The TD works with stage director and designers to facilitate the execution of artistic concept while ensuring production safety and working within budgetary constraints. Additional duties based on needs of the production.

Required skills/experience: Familiarity and expertise with scenic construction, installation, and rigging and appropriate safety procedures; Proficient in autoCAD and/or Vectorworks; Budgeting from designer drawings; Degree in technical theatre or equivalent professional experience; Strong management, organizational and communication skills; Ability to manage a small to medium sized crew; Ability to manage volunteers; Welding experience preferred; Variety of lighting and sound experience preferred; Valid driver’s license required; and Ability to safely lift 50 pounds, climb ladders, and manually operate a variety of tools and equipment.

Salary based on experience. Position starts immediately. Year round contract possibility of continuing past the 2015-2016 season. Please send letter of intent, resume, and references to: Managing Director, PO Box 53723, Fayetteville, NC 28305 or by email to jobs@cfrt.org.

Auditions for “Young Frankenstein” and “It’s a Wonderful Life” at the Gilbert Theater

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

Gilbert TheaterCombined auditions for the first two shows of the Gilbert Theater 2015-2016 season will take place Wednesday, July 1 from 6-9pm (Non-musical auditions cannot be seen for YF on this day. There will be no pianist.) and Thursday, July 2 from 6-9pm (Musical auditions – anyone auditioning for YF must have an audition slot for this day and can be seen for Wonderful Life at the same time.)

You must contact adassist@gilberttheater.com for an appointment. Please allow 48 hours response time.

You must bring a picture and resume. Sides will be provided for It’s a Wonderful Life, however, you must bring 32 bars of music for YF auditions.

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YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN the Musical by Mel Brookes

Runs: September 18th – October 4th, Friday, Saturday and Sunday (with two performances on Saturday)

Character Descriptions

Dr. Frederick Frankenstein – Male, age 20s/30s. Brilliant brain surgeon, professor and grandson of mad scientist Dr. Victor Von Frankenstein. Vocal range: Bb one octave below middle C to G above middle C.

The Monster – Male, age indeterminate. Played by a bigger man – the bigger the better. The misunderstood creation of Dr. Frankenstein. Vocal range: Ab one octave below middle C to F above middle C. Also must be able to emit howling/monster/grunting sounds. Knowledge of tap dancing a plus.

Igor – Male, age 20s/30s.  Frederick’s faithful, bright-eyed, eager servant and friend–with a hunchback. Vocal range: D below middle C to F above middle C. THIS ROLE HAS BEEN CAST

Inga – Female, age 20s. Frederick’s bubbly, not-so-bright young assistant. Sexy, attractive. A resident of Transylvania. Vocal range: G# below middle C to A above the treble staff. Yodeling is a plus.

Elizabeth Benning – Female, age 20s/30s. Self-loving, “madcap”, boisterous fiancé of Frederick. Vocal range: F# below middle C to F#, top line of the treble staff.

Frau Blücher (whinney..!) – Female, age 30s/40s. Intense, stern housekeeper of Frankenstein estate. Former lover of Victor Frankenstein. Vocal range: F## (G natural) below middle C to B, third line treble staff.

Inspector Hans Kemp – Male, age 40s/50s. Head of the police in Transylvania, with a wooden arm and leg. Justice-driven. A one octave below middle C to F above middle C. Will double as the Blnd Hermit – Lonely, poor, blind town hermit longing for a friend. Vocal range: Bb one octave below middle C to Db just above middle C.

Swing/Ensemble cast, 3 male and 3 female, with plenty of featured roles, lot of juicy lines and singing, including a barbershop quartet. We are looking for people with strong dance/movement training. This group will portray gravediggers, villagers, medical students, passengers, mad scientists and various supporting roles, including:

Dr. Victor Von Frankenstein – Male, age 40s/50s. Frederick’s infamous grandfather. Vocal range: C# below middle C to G# above middle C.

Ziggy – Male, age 30s. Well-intentioned village idiot. Vocal range: F below middle C to F above middle C.

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It’s a Wonderful Life – adapted for the stage by James Rodgers

Runs: November 27th – December 20th with shows Friday, Saturday and Sunday (Two shows on Saturday and one week off December 7th – there will be two student matinees TBD)

Roles for the following: 8 Men, 6 Women, 2 boys, & 2 girls


George Bailey – The Everyman of Bedford Falls
Clarence Odbody – Angel Second Class
Mr. Gower – proprietor of the corner drug store
Young George/Pete Bailey – age 12
Harry Bailey – George’s younger brother
Mother Bailey – a very kind and understanding woman
Aunt Tilly – Uncle Billy’s wife
Violet Peterson – proprietor of a beauty salon
Bert – a patrolman
Ernie – a mail carrier
Uncle Billy – George’s uncle and business partner
Mary Hatch (later Bailey) – George’s loving wife – THIS ROLE HAS BEEN CAST
Henry F. Potter – owns practically the entire town
Mr. Potter’s Goon – ever-present with Mr. Potter
Mr. Potter’s Secretary – ever-faithful to Mr. Potter
Mrs. Hatch – Mary’s mother
Sam Wainwright – a financially successful young man
Miss Andrews – a townsperson
Mrs. Thompson – a townsperson
Mr. Martini – proprietor of a bar
Mrs. Martini – his wife
Miss Carter – a bank examiner
Tommy Bailey/Newspaper Boy – age 10
Zuzu Bailey – age 7
Mr. Welch – the schoolteacher’s husband
Janie Bailey – age 9

 

Theatre’s Statement

“The producers are proponents of non-traditional casting. Minorities are encouraged to audition and to send pictures/resumes.”

As a live, interactive, embodied art form, theater has the potential to catalyze difficult conversations, to ask important questions about cultural representation, and to provide a site for interrogating power dynamics and centering marginalized voices. With this knowledge in mind, the Gilbert continues to actively explore ways to engage with our diverse community in regards to the representation of culture, race, ethnicity, socio-economic class, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, and disability on and off stage.

We create more opportunities for actors and other artists who have been historically underrepresented on and off the stage.

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Regarding Working at the Gilbert

The Gilbert Theater is a semi-professional, community minded which offers paid positions to professional and semi-professional actors in leading or specialty roles and volunteer opportunities.

Actor Compensation

The theater is unable to compensate actors at a level which recognizes the value of their talent, training, or time in the way a fully professional company might. Compensation ranges from a basic Equity contract to Guest Artist to a simple gas stipend. Housing for out of town guests is available. Equity actors are often brought in one to two weeks before tech and are expected to be able to step into a role with very limited rehearsal time. Contract terms are negotiated individually.
Anyone interested in working backstage or on the crew should inquire on the volunteer page.

***The Gilbert Theater has a noted history of cross-gender and non-traditional casting practices. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are strongly encouraged to attend.

The Gilbert Theater hires Equity members on a show by show basis. If you are Equity and wish to audition please call in advance to inquire at (910) 678-7186.

If you cannot make auditions for a particular production, please feel free to contact us, or send us your resume and headshot to admin@gilberttheater.com or via snail mail.

Temple Theatre announces 2015-16 Season Auditions

Monday, May 11th, 2015

 
Temple TheatreSanford, North Carolina’s Temple Theatre will be holding auditions for their 2015-2016 season on Saturday, June 13th.  The lineup for the season is My Fair Lady, The Addams Family, A Christmas Carol, Doubt: A Parable, Hank & My Honky Tonk Heroes, The Red Velvet Cake War, and Smoke on the Mountain: Homecoming.  Adult auditions will begin at 10 AM. Auditioners should prepare two contrasting songs, or a song and a monologue for the director panel.  A pianist will be provided, but please bring your sheet music with approximately 32 bars or one minute for each song.  Some call-backs will be done the same day.

Prior to the season auditions starting at 9am, Temple Teen tryouts and children’s auditions will be held.  Applicants will be expected to sing individually for the panel.  Afterward, the group will be taught a short dance number and dance for  the panel as a group.

All performers must make an appointment by calling 919-774-4512 Ext 221, or by email at temple.sanford@gmail.com.