An Example of a Useful Audition NoticeBy Laura & Mike Clark • Dec 9th, 2007 • Category: News
I was updating our auditions listing and ran across a superb example of how an audition page should be written. The Arlington Players are preparing for auditions for Sweet Smell of Success in January. Their web site has the most complete details for the auditions and page-to-stage process I have ever seen. They include a history of the production, what they’re looking for, how to dress, character descriptions, types of song to prepare, information about children and teens, the list of songs in the show with character names, and a listing of the staff of the show. Whew! I wish all theaters did this. Check it out for yourself on the TAP web site; then think about auditioning for the DC region premiere of Sweet Smell of Success.
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Laura & Mike Clark started ShowBizRadio in August 2005 because they love live theater. They each have both performed in and worked behind the scenes in DC area productions, as well as earned a Career Studies Certificate in Theater from Northern Virginia Community College. Mike & Laura are each members of the American Theatre Critics Association, and Mike is a member of the Online News Association.