General Audition Information
Auditions are “open auditions,” meaning that all are welcome to try out for any of our productions and all are welcome to come and watch any of our auditions.
Auditions are typically “cold reads,” meaning those auditioning will go onstage and read excerpts from the script of the show they are auditioning for. In most cases scenes require multiple people reading, so it is rare that anyone is onstage alone during the audition process. Auditions are held in a friendly atmosphere and directors explain all information needed before the readings begin.
Audition applications and rehearsal schedules will be available to pick up at the box office. We ask that you take the time to go over the rehearsal schedule and mark any and all conflicts on your application.
If you have any questions concerning auditions you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and directors will be available to answer any and all questions at the auditions.
Auditions for “Love is on the Air” will be held Monday, April 17th , at 7:00 pm, according to Ginny Severs, the show’s director.
Audition packets and scripts will be available on April 3rd during regular Box Office hours (noon – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday).
Scripts for this show MUST be returned.
All auditions are open to the public. We would love to have you join our SGT Family!
Auditions are “cold reads,” meaning those who audition will read selected scenes from the script in small groups on stage.
Auditions are held in a friendly atmosphere and directors will explain all information needed before the readings begin.
“LOVE IS ON THE AIR” will open on June 1st and run through July 1st. Performance times will be at 7:00 pm on Thursdays and Fridays, and 2:30 pm on Saturdays. Our Sunday Matinee will be June 18th at 2:30 pm.
List of Characters to be cast at Auditions include –
Gerald “Jerry” King: A slightly goofy but attractive young man in his mid-twenties who serves as technician, folio artist, and emcee for the broadcast, as well as writing songs and scripts.
Stan Silver: An extremely attractive young man in his mid-twenties with a wonderful smile and great speaking and singing voice. A Don Juan who has great ambitions and aspirations for furthering his career.
Goldtones: AUDREY, VIOLET, THELMA: A trio of singers who can be a range of ages, though still young enough to cater to Stan. These women are appearance-oriented and cheaply attractive (not provocative, just brash), projecting an aura of commonness in their attempts to appear sophisticated.
Hazel Barksdale: An attractive secretary in her early twenties with a shy demeanor and unprepossessing manner. Niece of Hubert’s deceased secretary.
Standish Lawrence: A wealthy, corpulent, balding businessman in his late forties-early fifties.
Audition Packets and Pre-View Scripts will be available on April 3rd, and will include the following -
- “Audition Application” form
- “Stained Glass Theatre Code of Ethics”
- “Theatrical Code of Ethics”
- “Rehearsal & Performance Schedule” — please check this carefully so you can note conflicts on your application Complete and turn in at auditions. Applicants under 18 must have this form signed by a parent or legal guardian.
If you would like to have an audition packet emailed to you before auditions, please email email@example.com
Again, thank you for your interest in this production at Stained Glass Theatre, and we look forward to seeing you at auditions! If you have any questions regarding this production or auditions, feel free to contact Renee Marchand at: