Lethbridge-based Theatre Artists – Theatre Outré will be holding General Auditions and Artist Meetings with the new Artistic Director on Monday, November 13th and Tuesday, November 14th, 2023, at the Good Times Comedy Club. Present will be Brett Dahl (Artistic Director) and Kathy Zaborsky.
HOW TO SUBMIT:
Please email your headshot and resume to email@example.com with “GENERAL AUDITION SUBMISSION” or “ARTIST MEETING SUBMISSION” in the subject line. Please note, ‘Auditions’ indicate time for actors and ‘Artist Meeting’ indicate time for artists of other disciplines.
All submissions (for both audition dates) must be received by November 3rd. Applicants will be contacted with an audition time slot on Monday, November 6th.
If you have limited availability for the audition days, please include that information in your submission for ease of scheduling.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE:
Actors, Directors, Designers, Playwrights, and other theatre artists based in Lethbridge are invited to email a resume to set up an in-person meeting or audition.
Please Note: at this time, Theatre Outré is only considering Lethbridge artists. We will be doing Calgary auditions later in the year. Out-of-town artists who may have connections/family in Lethbridge are welcome to submit.
AUDITION / MEETING REQUIREMENTS:
Actors, please prepare one monologue and a second piece showing off a special skill/interest – such as a song, acrobatic routine, clown turn, dance, watercolour painting – you name it! There will be no accompanist so please be prepared to bring your own music/accompaniment.
Playwrights, Designers, Directors, Stage Managers, and Theatre Artists of other disciplines are also welcome to apply to set up a time to meet and share examples of their work (such as a writing sample or a design portfolio).
If possible, please bring a hard copy of your photo and resume or any other sample of your work for our records.
Auditions/Meetings will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in 20-minute slots.
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION:
Theatre Outré operates and performs on the lands of the Blackfoot people of the Canadian Plains and the Metis Nation of Alberta Region Number 3. We pay respect to the Blackfoot and all other Indigenous peoples past, present, and future while recognizing and respecting their cultural heritage, beliefs, and relationship to the land.
Theatre Outré is, and has always been, committed to reflecting the diversity of voices and stories, and facilitates a workspace to support those identified as Indigenous, Black, POC, 2SLGBTQIA+, Disabled, and/or Neuro-Divergent. We encourage submissions from artists who self-identify as members of underrepresented communities. communities.