Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about auditions:
A) Where are they at? The Fred Rodgers Community Center in Aurora at 501 College ave. room 204 (also, a very safe neighborhood, the building we're in was once a school and then a police station)
B) What should I bring? A headshot and resume if you have one, if not, don't worry, you can list your experience on the back of your audition form
C) What should I prepare? If you are doing the acting audition - a monologue, any style. We may also ask you to read from a Shakespeare scene. If you are doing the singing audition please prepare one song (or 16 bars of a song if you prefer) an accompanist will be provided. If you are doing the dancing audition please come dressed to move.
D) Do I have to do all three auditions? You can choose. You could choose to do the singing and dancing auditions but not the acting - you might get to sing during a dance number, but you wouldn't have any lines. Or you could just do the acting audition if you don't feel confident singing and dancing. Or you could do all three. I personally recommend that everyone do the acting audition.
E) I'm busy that night, are there any other audition times? If you email StorefrontShakespeare@gmail.com now you can make arrangements for an audition by appointment. But Don't wait too long. If I've already cast the show it won't matter how good you are, there won't be much I can do.
For more information, or to make an appointment to audition, click here!