Theatre and Film

2015-2016 Season Auditions

Show us what you've got!

Performance photo from the 2013 UT University of Toledo production of "Out to Lunch."

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 Henry V and The laramie project

AUGUST 25-28


Sign up sheets are available outside the Center for Performing Arts Main Office (PA1030). 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.)

HENRY V

Written by William Shakespeare Directed by Cornel Gabara. Upon the death of his father, a young prince becomes King of England quickly leaving behind his youth as he rises to power and fame, wielding words as effectively as his sword.
Performance Dates: October 15-18, 20-21, 23-25, 2015

THE LARAMIE PROJECT

Written by Moises Kaufman and the Members of the Tectonic Theater Project. A startling docudrama about the impact on the town of Laramie, WY and its citizens whose lives were forever impacted by the 1998 brutal beating death of Matthew Shepherd, a gay college student.
Performance Dates: November 20-22, and December 1-2, 4-6, 2015

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.

Last Updated: 7/8/15