Auditions at the Old Creamery Theatre
When: Thursday, January 23 6-10 pm (Appointment Required)
Friday, January 24 6-10 pm (Appointment Required)
Saturday, January 25 10-1 and 2-6 (Walk-Ins Welcome)
Where: Old Creamery Theatre's Main Stage: 39 38th Ave, Amana.
Who: We are seeking Equity and non-Equity adult performers (college age and up) for a variety of roles in our Main Stage and Theatre for Young Audiences Seasons.
A separate audition will be held for children who wish to be considered for Miracle on 34th Street in September.
How: Please reserve an audition slot by emailing Katie at email@example.com. Can’t make one of these times? We are happy to watch auditions on an individual basis. Please send that request with a current headshot and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an audition.
Technicians and designers are also welcome to submit portfolios for consideration to email@example.com.
Please prepare two short contrasting monologues (one contemporary comedic and another of your choosing).
Singers should prepare 16 to 32 bars of two contrasting songs. An accompanist will be provided.
Auditionees may be asked to learn and perform one or both of two short dance combinations. Please bring appropriate clothing and shoes you can move in. You will be given time to change into dance attire if asked to dance.
Please bring a current headshot and resume.
We will also attend the UPTA Conference in Memphis, TN from February 7-10. If you would like to submit your materials in advance, please include your assigned audition number and date of audition in your email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Old Creamery Theatre is proud to offer paid performance internships to young artists each season. Internships typically involve onstage and backstage work in our Mainstage shows, Theatre for Young Audiences productions, and/or Camp Creamery theatre workshops as well as other teaching opportunities. Most internships also include the opportunity to enroll in the Equity Membership Candidacy program.
Each internship is crafted to suit the individual performer, and consequently start dates vary. Most require fall availability. All internships include housing plus a $225 living stipend. Our internship immerses artists in all aspects of professional theatre and duties may include but are not limited to: performing, set work, costume work, assistant stage management, house management, prop design, lighting, sound, promotions, assistant teaching, box office, and concessions assignments.
Information regarding the full 2020 season is available by clicking HERE.