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Next Scheduled Auditions: Woyzeck - November 11 and 12, 2013

IMPORTANT INFORMATION HAS CHANGED, PLEASE CHECK CURRENT AUDITION TIMES.

Please read these general instructions and policies before signing up to audition.

General Note: You must sign up online per the instructions for each audition notice below. Please note that there is a specific opening date for signup listed in each notice. Once the lists fill up, the online signup will close, but provide instructions for anyone who missed the signup. If you have questions, please click on the signup links for contact information.

The Indiana University Department of Theatre and Drama is committed to diversity in its production seasons and casting of roles. By definition this means considering and casting actors of color in any role and/or production presented by the Department. The Department is also dedicated to exploring and implementing non-traditional casting.

General Audition and Casting Policies

  1. Auditions for regular season IU Theatre productions in the Halls and Wells-Metz Theatres are open to all registered students of Indiana University Bloomington. With the exception of thesis roles for M.F.A. actors, no role is pre-cast.

  2. Directors and other members of a production team will not invite an actor or actors to audition for their production. If, after open auditions, a director cannot cast a role, that director may contact students to audition or to consider doing a role in that production.

  3. If a director who is not yet auditioning, but knows he or she may want to consider using an actor who is auditioning for another director, he or she may contact that director to discuss the actor’s casting.

  4. In IU Theatre productions, three M.F.A. acting students should be cast in any one production, if possible.

  5. M.F.A. acting students with acting fellowships will audition for all regular season IU Theatre productions for which they are available.

  6. M.F.A. acting students with teaching fellowships who are teaching a full load must perform each year in at least two regular season IU Theatre productions. Beginning with the first production of the year, they must audition for all productions until this requirement is met.

  7. While M.F.A. acting students may express role preferences at the time of auditions, they must accept roles as cast.

  8. The first six productions of the season will be cast during the first semester. Because the first three productions usually audition during the first two weeks of classes, directors may hold group auditions if they so choose. The fourth, fifth, and sixth productions may audition separately. The seventh and eighth productionis will be cast during the spring semester, and auditions may be held together or separately. This schedule is subject to change.

INDIANA FESTIVAL THEATRE AUDITIONS

Godspell
Saturday, February 8, 2014

Godspell
Book and Original Concept by John Michael Tebelak
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz

Directed and Choreography by George Pinney
with Musical Direction by Terry LaBolt

Audition information

Saturday, Feb. 8 Noon to 3:00 pm Auditions Studio Theatre & Movement Studio
Saturday, Feb. 8 Tentatively starting at 4pm Callbacks Studio Theatre
  Please prepare 16 to 32 measures of a song, no longer than 1 ½ minutes in length, in the style of Godspell.  Accompanist will be provided.  You must sing with the piano.  A cappella singing will not be permitted.  Questions:  contact George Pinney at pinneyg@indiana.edu. All roles are paid positions.
Please bring a resume and headshot.

Production Schedule
Rehearsals will begin approximately Tuesday, May 20, 2014.
Tech Week starts Thursday, June 5, 2014
Performances Monday, June 9 through Sunday, June 29, 2014.

To schedule an audition slot, sign up at mysignup.com.


The IFT 2014 Repertory Productions
Twelfth Night
and Miracle Worker
Saturday, February 8, 2014

Twelfth Night
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Jonthan Michaelsen
&
Miracle Worker
By William Gibson
Directed by Dale McFadden


Saturday, Feb. 8 Noon to 3:00 pm Auditions Room A207
Saturday, Feb. 8 Tentatively starting at 4pm Callbacks Room A207
  Please prepare a single monologue of no more than 90 seconds for the general auditions. All roles are paid positions.
Please bring 2 copies of your photo and resume.


Production Schedule
Rehearsals Start approximately Tuesday, June 10
Tech Week starts Tuesday, July 1
Performances Saturday, July 5 thru Sunday, July 27


To schedule an audition slot, sign up at mysignup.com.