Des Moines Auditions – Youth Auditions for kids and teens
“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” auditions to be held at the Playhouse in Des Moines. The production is looking for 17 male and 13 female performers ages 16 and up as well as ensemble, boys and girls ages 8 and up. Auditions are scheduled for mid May with performances scheduled for the summer.
“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” auditions for youth and adults. Among the special skills sought are street dancers, tumblers, and actors who can do tricks on BMX bikes, as well as an Elvis impersonator. Performances are July 16-Aug. 8.
Auditions for “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” will be held at The Des Moines Playhouse. Auditions for boys and girls ages 8 and up are 1:00 PM, Saturday, May 15. Youths do not need to prepare a song; a song will be taught at auditions. Boys’ voices should be unchanged.
Auditions for men and women ages 16 and up are 6:00 PM, Sunday, May 16. Adults auditioning must bring a prepared solo, 90 seconds or less in length; an accompanist will be provided. All auditions are open to the public; no one is pre-cast. Those auditioning are asked to arrive no earlier than one hour prior to auditions.
|*Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat||July 16-Aug. 8, 2010||
Youths: 1 PM, Saturday, May 15, 2010
Adults: 6 PM, Sunday, May 16, 2010
Youths: No prepared solo; a short song will be taught at auditions. Boys’ voices should be unchanged.
Ensemble B & G ages 8+
|Karla Kash, director/ choreograp|
Auditions for all productions listed are open to the public; no one is precast. Where race, ethnicity, gender, age or other personal differentiations are not demanded by the needs of the script, The Playhouse casts its plays without regard to these attributes.
Those auditioning are encouraged to come to the theatre at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled audition time to fill in an information sheet. This sheet provides the director(s) with contact information, past experience, special skills and conflicts during the rehearsal process. Auditionees should come with their calendars so they can provide complete information.
The Playhouse does not typically make audition appointments; auditionees are taken in the order that they turn in their information sheets.
For musicals, auditionees will need to sing a prepared song. Most directors prefer that it not be from the show for which you are auditioning. The Playhouse provides an accompanist. Auditionees may be requested to work some scales or intervals with the music director to determine the voice range. In groups of 5-10, auditionees will be taught a dance or movement routine. After the dance audition, auditionees will most likely be dismissed. On some occasions, those auditioning will be asked to read a selection from the script. The Playhouse does not ask for prepared monologues.
For non-musicals, those auditioning will be asked to read a selection from the script. The Playhouse does not ask for prepared monologues.
For more information about auditions at The Playhouse, contact Robin Spahr, 515-974-5365, or 800-255-3741 ext. 230.