2015 Season Auditions

Calling Performers, Crew, and Production Team
High School and College Students

Online Audition Application Link

Show # 1
Into the Woods

Show #2
Joseph and the Amazing…, Adams Family, or All Shook Up

Theatre For All
The Race: Tortoise vs. Hare (A New Musical by Allen Robertson)

THE RACE: Tortoise vs. Hare

Ancient versus Modern.  Brain versus Brawn.  Peace versus war.  Sacred versus Secular.  Poor versus rich. Reptile vs. mammal. The ultimate culture clash between two tribes and a fantastical race to decide the fate of them all. Musical styles collide in this energetic new musical re-imagining of the ancient fable. (Funk, Tribal, Rock, Polynesian, etc) Cast of 10-12.  The split between genders is flexible.

Looking for high energy, charismatic performers who sing in multiple styles (pop, legit, rock, etc.) with strong harmony skills.  Playing percussion and/or ukulele is a plus.  Jump rope skills are a plus.  Contemporary movement skills are a plus.


Prepare: 2 contrasting songs (between 16 and 32 bars) and one monologue (approximately 1 minute)

Fill out the online form
Then choose a dance call and an audition slot
Bring headshot and resume to the audition


Prepare for an interview; Bring materials showing previous work or be ready to answer questions about your passion for crew and/or production.
Fill out the online form
Then choose an audition slot. That will be your interview time.


March 14 Saturday (Bowie High School)
10a-1p Audition Slots (10 people per hour)
2p-3:30p Dance Call Choice #1

March 15 Sunday (Bowie High School)
10a-12p Audition Slots (10 people per hour)
12p-3p Callbacks

March 21 Saturday (Austin High School Black Box Theatre)
10a-3p Audition Slots (10 people per hour)
4p-5:30p Dance Call Choice #2

March 22 Sunday (Austin High School Black Box Theatre)
10a-12p Audition Slots (10 people per hour)
12p-2p Callbacks


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Strike August 17

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