of open auditions, come to any one day. Plan to stay the whole
time but if you have to arrive late or leave early, that's fine.
Prepare nothing but be ready to move.
out an audition form and
get your picture taken.
do a quick warm-up with some theatre games. These are fun
tension breakers but also an important part of the audition
process. We're looking to see how well you listen and follow
directions, among other things.
rest of auditions will be “lukewarm” readings from the
sides. Pick something and prepare (with partners if
appropriate). We’ll call people in the order that they let
us know they’re ready.
can leave after any time after you've read, or stick around
and read again. We'd like everyone to read once before we read
anyone twice. If you have to leave early, please let us know
before you go.
for all three plays, regardless of what you read. If you’re only
interested in one play (or a particular part in one play),
indicate that on your audition form.
Note: A Midsummer Night's Dream
will be an all-female production in invented language.
sure you understand who you are, what you’re
saying and why you’re saying it. If you’re not sure,
ask (no shame). We’ll immediately have you read again with
an adjustment but the first time through is all you. Make a
strong choice. Have fun.
Here's some more
audition advice for beginners.
Sunday, April 17, 2pm-6pm, The ARTS at Marks Garage
Rehearsal and Show Calendar
Rehearsals vary by director but plan for 15-20
hours per week once full rehearsals begin, typically evenings from
6pm to 9:30pm but possibly Saturday or Sunday afternoons as
performances at will be at The ARTS at Marks Garage – an
intimate venue configured for deep thrust with seating for
All auditions are held on Oahu. All acting positions are
unpaid. If you're interested in auditioning anyway - if
you're a returning student, or have family on the islands,
or just want to spend summer in Hawaii on your own nickel -
contact me about a video audition.