Want to audition but don’t know how?
Adult auditions take place annually in early March. If you want to audition for a part but do not know where to start, then look no further. The audition season begins with a workshop in February. There you’ll hear from each of the show directors as they discuss their vision for the show and what they are looking for in those auditioning. You will also hear tips and instruction from the Muni staff about how to complete a successful audition.
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The Muni Auditions Workshop
After being provided with some basic information about the audition process, attendees will hear from the directors of each show about their vision for their production, what they are looking for in cast members and likely rehearsal schedules. Afterwards, attendees will have the opportunity to visit “subject matter expert” volunteers to ask questions about vocal auditions, dance auditions, audition form completion, and general questions about auditions and what being in a Muni show really means. There will also be volunteers to sign up volunteers for the summer! Attendees will find the staff members of all four shows who will be available for questions. Attendees will be able to obtain the designated URL/code in order to go online Saturday after the workshop to select an audition spot before the online registration process is open to the public.
When are adult auditions?
Early March 2022
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at the Hoogland Center for the Arts
Open to those 13 years of age and up
Adult auditions take place in hour-long sessions. Vocal auditions are separate from dance auditions. Plan to check in at the registration table at least 45 minutes prior to your scheduled audition time, allowing time for the vocal warm-ups before the actual audition.
The Muni provides accompanists for all vocal auditions, so please bring sheet music suitable for piano accompaniment.
Some roles require auditionees to participate in a full dance audition which will be conducted in a separate hour-long session.