Audition with Us
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Auditioning with Us
Everyone is always encouraged to audition.
No Experience is necessary!
"I can't act!", you say. But a theatre has many other slots to fill before a production is ready
for an audience. Some are: build sets; help direct car parking; write publicity; box office;
vacuum carpets; design programs; ushers; work on the Newsletter; props; costumes; assistant directors;
and on and on and on. So Come!
So what happens when you come?
You'll be asked to read a scene or multiple scenes from the play, either alone or with other actors.
If the play is a musical, you may be asked to demonstrate your singing and/or dancing ability.
And, naturally, it is wise to dress comfortably for both auditions and rehearsals.
Very Important - Bring a list of dates (conflicts) when you will not be available to rehearse.
If you are not cast on your first attempt, don't be discouraged. There are lots of reasons directors
cast a show the way they do and you may have an opportunity in another show.
There are also plenty of equally important and satisfying backstage roles that need filling before a
show hits the stage.
During the run of the show
- Assistant Director
- Set Construction
- Set Painting
- Box Office
A successful stage production requires many volunteers working behind the scenes before and during the
run of the show in many different areas. If interested, please visit our
- House Manager
- Ticket Sales/Ticket Taker
- Concession Sales
- Merchandise Sales
- Stage Manager
- Backstage Crew
- Sound and or Light Operators
Our Remaining Scheduled Auditions for 2017
Performance Dates: December 1 - 3 and 8 - 10 on our Main Stage|
|Miracle on 34th Street, the Play|
|Adapted by Mountain Community Theater
From the novel by Valentine Davies.
A Live Production of the Classic Comedy/Drama, directed by Stephen Fryar.
|Rating: Family (all ages)|
Auditions: Sunday October 15 at 5:00pm and Monday October 16 at 7:00pm
Parts for 3 men and 2 women, and many extras, including children.
Kris Kringle, a serendipitous Santa for Macy's, unleashes waves of good will by referring parents to other stores to find exactly the right toy. When Macy's vocational counselor plots to have Kris sent to Bellevue Hospital, Kris ends up in a court competency hearing. The court confirms a little girl's belief that Kris is the true Santa, allowing countless children the joy of childhood fantasy.
For normal performance times,