Be Part of the Show!
Anyone can audition to be in a show. Auditions are typically held 2-3 months before a show is to open, allowing 6-10 weeks of rehearsals. Most rehearsals are held at our rehearsal space in downtown Eureka, moving into the theatre for the last 1-2 weeks prior to opening night.
Auditions for Monty Python's SPAMALOT!
WANTED: ACTORS! SINGERS! DANCERS!
LOVERS OF ALL THINGS HUMOROUS AND SILLY AND WILLING TO WALK and TALK and SING and DANCE as if you were a part of... (and now for) SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT!
Saturday 12/7 - 1pm-4pm
Sunday 12/8 - 6pm-9pm
Monday 12/9 - 6pm-9pm
Auditions will be held at the Carson Block Building in Old Town Eureka.
Auditioners may prepare a short (1-2 minutes) monologue and/or cold read from the script for the play for which you are auditioning.
If you are auditioning for a lead role, please prepare a song approximately one minute in length, with accompaniment (sheet music or CD – an accompanist and CD player will be provided). Expect to read parts of scenes from the script (“sides”) and learn a short dance step.
If you are auditioning for the ensemble (a.k.a. Chorus) only, you do not need to prepare a song or learn a dance. Ensemble members will be taught a short song and will sing it together in a group, rather than individually. You will be asked to learn a short dance step as a group.
If you are auditioning for a dance role, please bring a short piece of music and/or a CD. This is a show that you'll want to bring some fun dance moves!
Be prepared to have fun and be sure and bring a list of possible schedule conflicts along with a willingness to try out a wacky accent or two.
Don't let the drive to FRT keep you away. Many rehearsals will take place in Eureka and a car pool system will be arranged for cast members once the cast starts heading down to Ferndale.
Show dates are March 13-April 6, Th, F, Sa, Su matinees.
Spamalot is being directed by Carol Escobar with Musical Direction by Dianne Zulegar. This is one show you do not want to miss out on being a part of. It is, after all, just a flesh wound.