Brno City Theatre is holding auditions for actors. They are looking for both children and adults

16 May 2018, 2:00
Brno City Theatre is holding auditions for actors. They are looking for both children and adults

Brno City Theatre is casting main, supporting and children’s roles in new musical Big which is currently in preparation. The premiere is to take place in October 2018.

The auditions will take place on several dates:

1 June 2018 (from 3 p.m.) audition – children

– children’s roles (boys and girls aged 12-15)

2 June 2018 – 1st round of auditions

– up to about 1 p.m. continuation (children’s roles)

– then to fill the main and supporting roles (adults)

3 June 2018 – 2nd round of auditions

– continuation (adults)

– further selection from 1st round (shortlist)

Conditions:

- age: 20 - 45

- singing and dancing training

- acting experience

- sending online application with

- singing: prepare any song from a musical in Czech

Bring your own music and backing for the singing - exclusively in MP3 format! An accompanist and sound engineer for the audition will be arranged by the theatre.

Send online applications no later than by 29 May 2018.

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