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Audition Sites

AUDITION SITES

First and foremost an actor’s job is to audition; booking the job is the icing on top. It’s helpful adjust your audition perspective, to remember that you’re not auditioning for the job, but are actually auditioning to “win the room” and get the next audition. But first you need to actually find auditions.

Many of our students ask for help and audition sites to help guide them.  While we don’t have any control in getting auditions for our students, we are happy to steer you in the right direction. Check out these sites to find current audition information, as well as other great theatre resources.  

You can also create a list of theaters that you’d like to audition for. These should be theaters that you have attended at least once or twice. Is your training and experience similar to the actors you see on stage? Does the type of work you see on stage inspire you?  If so, send the casting director or artistic director a headshot/resume/cover letter letting them know that you’d like to be considered for upcoming auditions. Be proactive, do your research, go to theater and keep your ear to the ground!  Also, make sure you have killer monologues that you can nail before you do a mailing or submit.  If you’re pieces are rusty, or you have trouble finding material, consider taking a Monologue Class with Kurt Naebig to sharpen your monologue audition skills.

Good Luck & Have a Great Audition!

Actor's Audition Site - Theatre in ChicagoTheatre In Chicago

Auditions, reviews, and what’s going on in the biz right now

 


Resources for Actors - PerformInk ChicagoPerformink

Reviews, auditions, and industry news

 


Actor's Audition Site - Actors AccessActor’s Access

Create a profile and submit or be agent-submitted for on-camera work

 


Actor's Audition Site - Casting NetworksCasting Networks

Create a profile and submit or be agent-submitted for on-camera work

 


Actor's Audition Site - Student FilmsStudent Film Information

Student films are a great way to build your reel, resume, and gain some experience

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