AUDITIONS

On Saturday, June 26th, 2021 from 10am-1pm we will hold open auditions for our Fall 2021 production of Into the Woods and then from 3pm-4pm open auditions for our Winter 2021 production of The Little Earl.

Open Auditions for our Spring 2022 production of Newsies will be held on November 2nd and 4th. Time TBD

all auditions will be held at the Carol and Frank Morsani Center for the Arts 21030 Cortez Boulevard Brooksville, FL 34601

Children, young adults and their parents who have no prior experience with Live Oak Theatre should have completed Live Oak Theatre’s orientation program. The next Orientation is scheduled for Tuesday, June 22nd from 5:30-7:00pm. Please email liveoakstagemanager@gmail.com or call 352-593-0027 to reserve your spot for orientation.

If you plan to attend one of our open auditions and intend to audition for a specific role, please email liveoakstagemanager@gmail.com and let Marie know what role you plan to audition for so we can give you a more specific time to arrive.  Please note - we do not promise "package deal" casting.

 

Click Here to print the Live Oak Theatre Audition Form

 

 fill it out and bring it to the audition along with your headshot and resume’ …

 Please prepare for this audition according to instructions below.  If you are interested in performing a solo or duet for any of our Musical Reviews please be prepared to perform the number in its entirety at your audition.

 

 

To Audition for Live Oak Theatre:

Prepare 16 bars of a ballad as well as an up tempo musical theatre song, please provide sheet music with chord symbols (an accompanist will be provided) or CD. Those auditioning for a role should be  prepared to read from the script or do improv and dance (wear comfortable clothes and dance shoes). A less than 2 minute monologue is always encouraged but not required.

Another friendly piece of auditioning advice… If you are hoping to be cast in a specific role DO YOUR HOMEWORK!  Find a copy of the script and get to know the character and/or which character you would like to play.  It never hurts to research the history of the time period and the culture of said character.  Most importantly, if you are hoping to impress the Music Director its always a good idea to come in knowing the songs of the character you are auditioning for REALLY WELL- just in case! Break a leg everybody!

 

**Head shot and resume preferred**

 

The Live Oak Theatre Company is a not-for-profit (501c3) organization.

The Live Oak Theatre Company is committed to offering family friendly entertainment.

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