2015-2016 Season Auditions
Show us what you've got!
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 UT productions of No Exit and little shop of horrors
november 30 - december 3
Sign up sheets are available on the Call Board, located in the hallway area just outside the Green Room on the east side of the Center for Performing Arts. (The hallway area is just around the corner from the vending machines.) Please sign up so we can get a count of how many to expect. All those auditioning are expected to stay for the entire audition period (6-10 p.m.)
Written by Jean-Paul Sartre, Directed by student director, Andrés Medina. Three people
are trapped in a room together for all eternity. Yet what is holding them there is
not an outside force but one from within. Run time: approximately 1.5 hours.
Performance Dates: February 19-21, 23-24, 26-28, 2016
Little shop of horrors
Book/lyrics by Howard Ashman, Music by Alan Menken, Directed by Edmund Lingan. A hapless
florist rises to fame and fortune when he accommodates his plant’s hunger for blood
and human flesh! Run time: approximately 1.5 hours.
Performance Dates: April 8-10, 15-17, 19-20, 22-24, 2016
Call the Department of Theatre & Film Office for script information or if you have other questions 419-530-2202.
THEATRE PLAY Audition Preparation
- You should have a brief monologue prepared.
- You should be familiar with, and prepared to read from the scripts for the shows. Contact the Theatre & Film Department office for script information. Scripts should be available in most public libraries as well as the UT library.
- Expect to be asked to do movement exercises, and to respond to coaching on your monologue and/or reading.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA or above to be cast in a department production.