LSU THEATRE SPRING GENERAL AUDITIONS


The LSU School of Theatre will be holding spring 2020 general auditions for the LSU Mainstage production A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare (directed by George Judy) and the Lab Season shows 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane (directed by Angelle Mishon Thomas) and PVT. Wars by James McClure (directed by Marshal Talon Hodges) on October 27th. Callbacks will be held for A Midsummer Night’s Dream on October 28th and Lab Season shows on October 29th.

Audition schedule:
Sunday, October 27
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM – General Auditions for A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 4.48 Psychosis and PVT. Wars in MDA 125.
Monday, October 28
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM - Callbacks for A Midsummer Night’s Dream in MDA 125.
Tuesday, October 29
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM - Callbacks for 4.48 Psychosis and PVT. Wars in MDA 125.

Sign-up for an audition slot on the callboard outside of the School of Theatre office (MDA 105).

Please prepare one dramatic and one comic one-minute monologue for Sunday’s general audition. Choose characters from plays you know and a character you feel drawn to and in which you might conceivably be cast. For A Midsummer Night’s Dream please also prepare 16 bars of music.

Bring two headshots or other representative photos of yourself and two résumés to the audition. At this stage, you don’t need a professional headshot but be sure the photo is representative of your current appearance. No social media event/party photos please. Digital scripts will be available in Community Moodle or you can email Vastine Stabler for a digital copy at stabler1@lsu.edu.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream rehearsals begin on March 9 and the show will run April 22 – May 3.
4.48 Psychosis will begin rehearsals on Jan. 13 and the show will run Feb. 11 - 16.
PVT. Wars will begin rehearsals on Feb. 6 and the show will run March 10 – 15.

Please review the School of Theatre Undergraduate Handbook for important Casting and Rehearsal requirements as well as the Declaration of Professional Principles and Practices BEFORE coming to audition. The handbook is available under “Student Resources” on the LSU Theatre website."