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Audition Information


June 5th and 6th, 2010

Broadway Rose Theatre Company
New Stage
12850 SW Grant Ave, Tigard, OR
Monologue Auditions Saturday and Sunday 10:00AM to 4:00PM
Musical Auditions Sunday 10:00AM to 4:00PM

New information below - please read carefully!


ABOUT MONOLOGUE AUDITIONS
Non-Equity actors have a total of two (2) minutes for their audition. AEA Members have a total of three (3) minutes for their audition. These times do not include your introductions. We strongly recommend presenting two contrasting monologues. A chair will be provided.

ABOUT MUSICAL AUDITIONS
Singers have a total of two (2) minutes for their audition, not including their introduction. We strongly recommend presenting two contrasting songs, approximately 16-32 bars each. A monologue is optional if attending only the musical auditions. An accompanist will be provided. Please bring sheet music in the appropriate key, with your start and stop points clearly marked. We suggest that you set your music in a three ring binder for the accompanist. If you prefer to bring your own accompanist, you may. You may not sing a cappella. You may accompany yourself. No recorded music will be allowed.
Some hints from one of our accompanists.

ABOUT DANCE AUDITIONS
These dance auditions are geared toward advanced dancers. All auditioners must attend the pre-audition session during which the combinations will be taught. At the audition time, auditioners will be brought in in small groups to perform these combinations. Please be warmed up and ready to learn a combination. Please wear clothing that shows the line of your body. Women: character heels preferred, jazz shoes acceptable. Men: jazz or character shoes. Auditioners who are not adequately prepared may be asked not to audition at the discretion of the dance captain.

ABOUT TIME
The time limit is STRICTLY ENFORCED. The timekeeper will call "Time" at the mark. If that happens, DO NOT CONTINUE. Instead, simply stop where you are, say "Thank you," and exit.

ABOUT MEMORIZATION
Your audition must be memorized. Scripts or "cheat sheets" will not be allowed. If your audition is not memorized, the timer will ask you to stop. If that happens, DO NOT CONTINUE. Instead, simply stop where you are, say "Thank you," and exit.

ABOUT HEADSHOTS AND RESUMES
PATA compiles and prints headshots and resumes for each auditor. Each applicant will submit only one copy of each document, and will be required to pay a $5 materials fee for each audition scheduled to cover the cost of the printing.
You MUST provide PATA with a headshot and resumes either online by the materials deadline. Headshots must be a jpeg or pdf (600KB-800KB), resumes must be a single-page pdf. Failure to provide your headshot and resume on time in the correct format will result in your audition being canceled.


ABOUT CALLBACKS
Callbacks are at the discretion of each attending producing organization. PATA is not a producing organization, and will not hold any callback auditions.


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PATA does not discriminate against any actor for reasons of race, religion, gender, age, national origin, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, or disability.