Auditions for Fall 2020
Update: April 7, 2020
Auditions will be held online. To secure an audition date/ time, please send your completed Audition Package to firstname.lastname@example.org
Theatre Audition Steps
Step 1: Apply for admission to the Douglas College Theatre program
You'll receive notification from the College about your application. Please follow the instructions carefully regarding transcripts or any other items you may need to submit as you will not be able to audition without being fully accepted into the College. Once you have received full acceptance, move on to step two.
Step 2: Prepare your audition package
You’ll find the resources and materials you'll need in this Audition Package (PDF):
Step 3: Submit your audition package
Please email your Audition Package to email@example.com.
Step 4: Accept your audition offer
Once we've received your audition package, we'll email you with an offer for the audition. Read everything in the package carefully and then reply as soon as possible confirm that you can make the appointment. Please ensure that you are available for the entire day as there is a group workshop in the morning and then your audition in the afternoon.
Step 5: Prepare your two monologues
One is required; one is your choice. Select and memorize ONE from the Audition Package – this is your required monologue. For information on the monologue of your choice, see the Individual Audition section below.
The Group Workshop takes place during the morning portion of the audition day. You will work side by side with fellow program applicants in an acting and movement intensive that will help you prepare for your audition and help you get to know some of our faculty and other potential members of the ensemble. Wear clothing that will allow you to move freely and comfortably. Most of the workshop will be done in bare feet. Applicants must demonstrate a high degree of proficiency in the English language (comprehension, writing, and speaking).
For your individual audition, you will perform TWO monologues and approximately 30 seconds of a song in front of the audition panel. Keep in mind that the Audition Panel will be most interested in your ability to make the material meaningful and your own. Be honest and truthful. Pick something you feel is appropriate to your character, personality type, and age. We ask you to steer clear of selecting your monologues from television shows or movies. Make selections from published plays.
Members of the faculty who will be teaching in the program will sit on the Audition Panel. They will select those who show the most potential for successful completion of the program. We are unable to give specific feedback regarding your audition at any point during or following the audition.