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Auditions

Foothills Playhouse welcomes everyone to audition for our plays.  No experience is necessary, just a desire to be part of a fun cast with a nice organization.  It is always a good idea to bring a non-returnable photo to help the director remember who you are.  The best ones are snapshots that actually look like you rather than a slick professional headshot that makes you look really pretty but isn’t really what you look like.

Specific audition dates and times available by selecting the “Season” link at the top of this page, or “Shows and Events” and then clicking the title of the show you’re interested in auditioning for.  If no audition information is listed, auditions are closed for that particular show.  We encourage you to audition for an upcoming show!

Audition Dates:

Updated: August 28, 2017


A Seussified Christmas Carol, directed by Lynne Gibson

October 16 @ 6:30pm
October 17 @ 6:30pm


Raggedy Ann and Andy, directed by Donna Duffie

February 26 @ 6:30pm
February 27 @ 6:30pm

*Ages 10 and up, bring a picture and note any conflicts between March 5 and April 22.
The audition will include a cold read.
Prepare a small piece of a Dr. Seuss book.


FAQ:

Should I have a monologue prepared to audition with?
Our auditions are usually done through cold reading. No monologue is necessary.

How can I get my child ready for auditions? 
Since most of our auditions are done with cold reading, have your child practice reading out loud with a clear and expressive reading voice. The more practice, the better performance.

How many days a week will I be expected to rehearse? 
The initial weeks of rehearsal will be kept to three or four days a week. Everyone is not required at all rehearsals in the beginning. As opening night nears, the rehearsals become longer and more frequent. We try very hard to keep the rehearsals from interfering with school and family; however, being in a play is a serious time commitment, and our patrons deserve the very best product we can produce (which requires a lot of time and effort on the part of our actors and volunteers).

Audition Applications:

Everyone who auditions for a part in a play must complete an Audition Application.  Please contact the theatre for the appropriate form.

Please contact the theatre if you have specific questions about auditioning or a particular production.