Auditions for The Last Five Years
Those looking to audition will be entering open auditions on Aug. 9 with callbacks the next day. Here’s the information drawn directly from the announcement:
“Auditions will be held inside the Grand Avenue Mall at the Underground Collaborative on Saturday, August 9 from 12pm – 3pm and Sunday, August 10 from 3pm - 5pm at the same location. Callbacks will be from 5pm-6pm on Sunday, August 10. Those desiring to audition must be 18 years of age or older. If you cannot make either date, email All In Productions to arrange an audition time.
Please come whenever it is convenient within the allotted times. There may be a slight wait depending on number of people attending auditions. Also, anyone who arrives after 3pm on Saturday or 5pm on Sunday may not be heard. Those who come to audition will be asked to bring a headshot/resume and to have an entire song prepared from Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years. An accompanist will be in attendance.
We are looking for one man and one woman (both mid-twenties in appearance). Women should prepare one of Cathy’s songs and men should prepare one of Jamie’s songs from The Last Five Years.
The rehearsal process is currently scheduled to begin in early November and will require actors to be available Monday and Tuesday evenings from 6-9pm. This will be negotiable as the actors do not always share the stage. Materials will be distributed after the cast is finalized and those who are cast will be required to come to the rehearsal process fully memorized. Performances are surrounding the holidays, please make certain you are available for every performance before you make the decision to audition.
December 18 7:30pm
December 19 7:30pm
December 20 2pm and 7:30pm
December 21 7:30pm
December 22 7:30pm
December 26 7:30pm
December 27 2pm and 7:30pm
All In Productions
Next Act Theatre
Director: Robby McGhee
Music Director: Colleen Schmitt
Stage Manager: Alex Scheurell
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org”