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Next Scheduled Auditions: IU Theatre 1st Spring Semester Play


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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, Drama, and Contemporary Dance 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.


Good Kids
Sunday, October 26, 2014

Good Kids
By Naomi Iizuka

Directed by Jonathan Michaelsen


Sunday, Oct. 26 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm Auditions A200 - Acting Studio
Monday, Oct. 27
Tuesday, Oct. 28
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
TBD (as needed)
Callbacks A200 - Acting Studio
  Please bring a a resume and headshot. Prepare 1 monologue from a contemporary play. Length should be no longer than 90 seconds. 
Please arrive at least 10 to 15 minutes early for your scheduled audition time so that you can fill out the audition forms and have your photo taken if needed.
Students are encouraged to read the play prior to auditions. Contact Thom Quintas to get a copy of the script.



AMBER, the alpha female of 12th grade, varsity soccer team, led the team to state championships two years in a row, team captain, plays forward, hates to lose in anything

DAPHNE, CHLOEís best friend, a better student than she lets on, her mother is an alcoholic, she learned to take care of other people early on

MADISON, AMBERís enforcer, varsity soccer team, the meanest of mean girls

BRIANNA, AMBERís sidekick, varsity soccer team, likes to party, all her friends like to party, but BRIANNA really likes to party

KYLIE, the sidekickís sidekick, a wannabe who will do anything to be accepted

SKYLER, the girl who doesnít fit in, doesnít care, and canít wait to leave town and go to college where sheís hoping people wonít be so retarded

CHLOE, a pretty girl who wants more from life

DEIRDRE, an older girl in the wheelchair who graduated a few years back and spends a lot of time online


TY, CONNORís teammate, smart, good enough to play high school ball, but not good enough for college ball, a growing bitterness inside of him for everything he canít have

TANNER, CONNORís teammate, quiet, the omega dog of the pack, the son of a dad whose default strategy for getting his son to achieve is shaming and mocking him

LANDON, CONNORís teammate, he is all id, he has a big heart and no impulse control

CONNOR, quarterback of the football team, the golden boy from peewee football onwards, everything has always come easy to him, all the girls like him

The GIRLS and BOYS play the CHORUS OF GOOD KIDS.  They also play their parents, coaches, and teachers as needed.

Rehearsals will begin Monday, December 1, 2014.
Tech Week starts Sunday, February 1, 2015
Performances Friday, February 6 thru Saturday, February 14, 2015.

To schedule an audition slot, follow this link.