AUDITIONS BEING HELD FOR THE CENTER STAGE REPERTORY COMPANY January 27, 2019
OFF/Broadway Musical/Comedy – Interactive Murder Mystery Theatre – Children’s Touring Theatre – Special Events
Male and Female Adult Actors
Musical Theatre Performers
Operatic Legitimate Singers
(AGED 16 – Seniors)
Non-traditional/Color blind casting
ALL ROLES ARE COMPENSATED**
**Improvised Murder Mystery Theatre is NOT under AEA Jurisdiction
AUDITIONS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
When: Sunday, January 27th 2019
Time: Audition slots begin at 4:00pm – You MUST call for an appointment
CALL: (828) 697-8547
When: Monday, January 28, 2019
Time: Audition slots begin at 7:00pm – You MUST call for an appointment
CALL: (828) 697-8547
Location: 125 S. Main Street (formerly Music on The Rock), Hendersonville 28792
What to prepare: Bring headshot and resume. Prepare a two-minute comedic monologue and a one-minute musical theatre song in the correct key with sheet music for the Musical Director (preferred). Or prepare a musical theatre song with a recorded instrumental track. You may be asked to read from a script.
Contact: For questions or additional information,
E-mail Jimmy Ferraro, Producer/ Director:email@example.com
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