Auditions

  • It's a Wonderful Life Auditions Oct 7th & 8th

    Come audition for STP's Holiday show It's a Wonderful Life Auditions
    Monday, 07 October 2019 7PM & Tuesday, 8 October 2019 7PM
    Seminole Theatre
    18 North Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL, US
  • It's a Wonderful Life Auditions - Oct 7th and 8th

    Come audition for STP's Holiday show It's a Wonderful Life Auditions
    Monday, 07 October 2019 7PM & Tuesday, 8 October 2019 7PM
    Seminole Theatre
    18 North Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL, US
     

    The Seminole Theatre Players (STP) is announcing auditions for their holiday show! STP is calling auditions for roles in the production of It’s A Wonderful Life, and we want to see YOU in the show! All experience levels are encouraged to audition. Don’t miss your opportunity to be apart of this cherished holiday tradition in homestead.

    The system defaults to Monday, but you can hit "SELECT A DIFFERENT DATE" to choose another date

     

    Audition Information

    There will be two days of open call auditions (you need only attend one audition day) followed by an additional day of call backs. You may or may not be invited to return for call backs. Audition dates and times are as follows:

    OPEN CALL AUDITIONS 
    Monday, October 7 from 7:00-10:00 in the evening at the Seminole Theatre. 

    Tuesday, October 8 from 7:00-10:00 in the evening at the Seminole Theatre.

    CALL BACKS
    Thursday, October 10 from 7:00-10:00 in the evening at the Seminole Theatre.

    Recommendations of What to Bring for Open Calls
    1. Monologue

    - Auditioners are encouraged (but not required) to prepare a dramatic monologue. If you have no monologue prepared, we will have a short monologue from the play that we will ask you to read and act out.

    - What is a monologue, you say? A monologue in theater can best be described as a speech presented by a single character, most often to express their mental thoughts aloud, though sometimes also to directly address another character or the audience. They are often great tools to evaluate an actor’s range and common practice in auditions.

    - How to pick a monologue? Check out these 9 essential tips from Backstage Magazine. https://www.backstage.com/advice-for-actors/backstage-experts/9-elements-make-great-monologue/

    - Then, check out this database of monologues prepared by StageAgent https://stageagent.com/monologues

    - We want to see you be awesome, so don’t be afraid to prepare a monologue or just show up and read the script. We just want to see you come out to auditions.

    2. Resume and Headshot

    - Also, it’s very helpful to bring a resume of any other shows or related experience, plus a RECENT headshot or photograph (a computer print out or 4x6 print from CVS/Walgreens etc. is fine).

     
    Show Information and Time Commitment
     
    It’s A Wonderful Life
    Adapted for the stage by: James W. Rodgers
    From the film by: Frank Capra
    And the story by: Philip Van Doren Stern

    Time Commitment: Rehearsals begin October 22.
     Rehearsals are Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays 7:00-10:00pm. (Kids will be dismissed at 9:00pm)
    No rehearsals on October 31 st or November 28 th .
    Tech Rehearsal: December 9-19 (will require daily rehearsals and likely longer hours)
     
    Performances

    IMPORTANT: Please confirm at audition time that you are available for ALL performances, including
    daytime, and note any conflicts with rehearsals or the tech weeks. We will do our best to work around
    your schedule.
    Invited Dress Rehearsal: December 19 th 8:00pm
    Show Run: December 20-22
    Friday and Saturday Performances: 8:00pm
    Sunday Performance: 3:00pm

    Casting
    The Seminole Theatre Players are committed to diversity and accessibility in casting and all volunteer roles. Qualified performers are encouraged to submit without regard to age, disability, ethno-cultural identity or gender. The Seminole Theatre Players are committed to the standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you have any questions regarding audition, rehearsal or performance requirements, or would like to request any accommodations for these activities, please contact the theater at 786-650-2073. Based on the Frank Capra film of the same name and the Philip Van Doren Stern story The Greatest Gift,
    It’s A Wonderful Life is a classic, heart-warming, holiday tale of redemption that serves to remind us all to focus on the beauties of life!  The storyline is set in the fictional town of Bedford Falls in 1945 and follows the story of George Bailey as he is visited by an angel, Clanrence Odbody, and set on a course to evaluate his life. Young Adults / Adults: The majority of the story and the characters are for older actors. There are a variety of principal and ensemble roles for young adults / adults. All ages are welcome. 

    Children: What would It's a Wonderul Life be without its leading (young) actor? There are roles, both speaking and ensemble, for children, boys and girls, who look and act between the ages of 6 to 12.

    Cast Breakdown
    * Please keep in mind that the age and gender of these characters are merely suggestions, not requirements. *
    GEORGE BAILEY – (20-40’s) main character, the Everyman of Bedford Falls 
    CLARENCE ODBODY – (50-70’s) George’s guardian angel
    MR. GOWER – (40 & up) an aging druggist
    YOUNG GEORGE – (6-12yrs) 
    HARRY BAILEY – (20’s-40’s) George’s younger brother
    MOTHER BAILEY – (40 & up) a very kind and understanding woman
    AUNT TILLY – (50 & up) Uncle Billy’s wife
    VIOLET PETERSON – (21-40’s) proprietor of a beauty salon
    BERT – (Adult Male) a Cop
    ERNIE – (Adult Male) a Cab driver
    UNCLE BILLY – (55 & up) George’s uncle and business partner
    MARY HATCH/MARY BAILEY – (21-40’s) George’s loving wife
    HENRY F. POTTER – (55 & up) the richest and meanest man in the county
    MR. POTTER’S GOON – (Adult Male) ever-present with Mr. Potter
    MR. POTTER’S SECRETARY – (Adult Female) ever-faithful to Mr. Potter
    MRS. HATCH – (40 & up) Mary’s mother
    SAM WAINWRIGHT – (25-40’s) a financially successful young man
    MISS ANDREWS – (Adult Female) a townsperson
    MRS. THOMPSON – (Adult Female) a townsperson
    MR. MARTINI – (40 & up) proprietor of a bar

    MRS. MARTINI – (40 & up) Mr. Martini’s wife
    MISS CARTER – (Adult Male or Female) a bank examiner 
    NEWSPAPER BOY – (6-12yrs)
    TOMMY BAILEY – (6-12yrs) George and Mary’s son
    PETE BAILEY – (6-12yrs) George and Mary’s son
    ZUZU BAILEY – (6-12yrs), George and Mary’s daughter
    MR. WELCH – (Adult Male) the schoolteacher’s husband
    JANIE BAILEY – (6-12yrs) George and Mary’s daughter

     

    There are many other speaking, singing and ensemble roles.


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It is the policy of the Seminole Theatre to comply with all of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The facility is accessible and assistive listening devices are available in the main auditorium. To request materials in accessible format, and/or any accommodation to attend an event at the Seminole Theatre, please contact the box office 786-650-2073, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., at least five days in advance to initiate your request, TTY users may also call 711 (Florida Relay Service).

            

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