2019-2020 Audition Dates
|Show||Audition Boot Camp||Audition Dates||Callbacks|
|The Laramie Project||Mar 28, 2020||Apr 6 & 7, 2020||Apr 9, 2020|
Auditions for The Laramie Project
REVISED PLAN FOR AUDITIONS FOR “THE LARAMIE PROJECT”
The plan for auditions for Aloha Theatre’s June production of The Laramie Project has been revised. The dates and times announced for the auditions, Monday and Tuesday, April 6 and 7, are still correct, but the auditions will not be in person at the theatre. Candidates for the cast of 4 men and 4 women are invited to submit video auditions during the same time frame. Each video audition should begin with a personal introduction lasting no more than 1 minute. If the candidate wishes to share any information in addition to the actual audition, that information should come right after the introduction. Examples might be reasons for wanting to do the show, feelings about the script or the issues the script covers, or roles the candidate may be specifically interested in. The candidate should then present their monologues, which should consist of three contrasting mini monologues to exhibit acting range, since each actor will play multiple roles. Each monologue should be about a minute in length, and should include the title of the source material and its author. Memorization is not required. The monologues can be from The Laramie Project or from any other source. Examples of possible monologues from the script are available in a separate posting on the website’s audition page. Videos should be no more than 5 minutes in length and must be submitted with a completed audition form to email@example.com no later than 8:00 pm on April 7.
The Laramie Project Audition Boot Camp scheduled for Saturday, March 28 has been replaced with an online audition prep webinar to be held from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. The event is listed on the theatre’s website as “The Laramie Project Audition Webinar.” This is a Zoom workshop, which will cost $1.00. A link will be sent to each participant after they register online. Aloha Theatre’s Education Director Jaquelynn Collier is conducting a monologue preparation webinar on Tuesday, April 5, also on Zoom at a cost of $1.00. Jaquelynn is also offering individual assistance by appointment, please contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration for all webinars is available on alohatheatre.com.
Callbacks, if any, will be conducted via video on Thursday, April 9; instructions will be provided after review of all video submissions. The Laramie Project will be the final directing project by artistic director Jerry Tracy, and he hopes for a diverse, versatile cast. Please direct questions regarding video production or submittal to email@example.com.
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