Theatre and Film

2017-2018 Season Auditions

Show us what you've got!

Michael Miller as Cleante in The UT Department of Theatre and Film production of THE IMAGINARY INVALID

Auditions are held in the Department of Theatre & Film in order to determine a cast for a particular show. An audition is NOT required to be accepted into a Theatre or Film degree program at the University of Toledo. Auditions to our plays are open to everyone – including non-students! We follow a casting policy that is color-blind and gender-neutral.


AUDITIONS FOR spring PRODUCTIONS of Proof  AND The Tempest

November 13-14, 6-9:30 P.M.  (BE PREPARED TO STAY THE WHOLE TIME!)

UT Center for Performing Arts (Center Theatre) - click for map

Proof

Written by David Auburn, Directed by Matt Foss - Assistant Professor of Theatre 
Performances: February 2-11, 2018 (Plus rehearsals - schedule TBD)

The Tempest*

Written by William Shakespeare, Directed by Dr. Edmund Lingan, Chair of Theatre and Film
Performances: April 6-15, 2018 (Plus rehearsals - schedule TBD)

*Audition for this play requires a 1-minute monolgue from any Shakespeare play. 

PREPARING FOR YOUR AUDITION

SCRIPTS - Copies of scripts, available for a 24-hour loan period, are in the Theatre Management Office (Main Office 1030D).

WHAT TO PREPARE - a one minute monologue from any play. It must be completely memorized - no book. For THE TEMPEST, prepare a 1-minute monologue from any Shaespeare play.

SIGN-UP SHEETS/AUDITION FORMS 
Sign-up sheets are posted on the Production Call Board (near dressing rooms) in the UT Center for Performing Arts. Please note there are separate auditions for each play. Audition forms can be filled out in advance (found in folder on Call Board). Forms filled out in advance must be brought with you to your audition date/time. Additional audition forms will be available at the table the evening of auditions.

CALL THE DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE & FILM OFFICE FOR SCRIPT INFORMATION OR IF YOU HAVE OTHER QUESTIONS 419-530-2202.


PLEASE NOTE:

UT students must maintain a 2.0 GPA or above to be cast in a department production. Productions are open to non-students as well.

Last Updated: 10/26/17