Are you ready to show off your skills as a performer, dazzle the audience with your skills as a member of our crew, and make life-long friendships? It all starts here! Audition to be in our upcoming production! Auditions and crew interviews are open to all Ayala students, and no experience is necessary to audition. Look through this page to see what our upcoming auditions are, how to sign up , and how to prepare for your audition or interview.
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Do you have a passion for performance and production, and a desire to bring stage magic to life? We are thrilled to announce auditions for our upcoming production of "Peter Pan" at Ayala, and we want YOU to be part of this extraordinary experience!
At Ayala, we believe that theater is a transformative art form that has the power to inspire, captivate, and unleash your creativity. Whether you have years of acting experience or are taking your first steps onto the stage, we invite students of all grade levels (including incoming freshmen), experience levels, and theater interests to audition for "Peter Pan."
Don't let this incredible opportunity fly by! We can't wait to witness the talent, dedication, and magic that you bring to the stage. Spread the word, invite your friends, and together let's make "Peter Pan" an unforgettable theatrical experience!
Use the cast Google form available in the next section (Audition For Our Next Production) to sign up for your audition. The day of your audition is exact, but your audition time slot is approximate: make sure that you are available to stay the whole two hours on the day that you sign up to audition.
Use the crew Google form available in the next section (Audition For Our Next Production) to sign up for your crew Interview. The day of your interview is exact, but your interview time slot is approximate: make sure that you are available to stay the whole two hours on the day that you sign up to interview.
Information about the production your are interviewing/auditioning for, such as character descriptions, technical requirements, and production FAQs, can be found in the following section (Audition For Our Next Production). By doing some preliminary research about the production, you will be better prepared to audition for your favorite character, or interview for your perfect tech role.
Our short video about the audition process with the Ayala Theater Company will help prepare you for your audition by providing you with information about how to slate, how to prepare for your cold read, and how to stand out as a performer.
(Video Coming Soon)
Fill out the "About Me" form available in the next section (Audition For Our Next Production), and bring a physical copy of your "About Me" page to your audition or Interview. Make sure to include a current photo of yourself (you can print it directly on the form, or bring a physical photo, stapled or paper clipped to the form). Your about me page is where we keep our notes about your audition or interview, so don't forget to bring it!
Show up to D125 at 3:30 sharp the day of your scheduled audition. Introductions will take about 5 minutes, and then you'll be given your scripts based on the characters you choose to audition with. Being on time ensures you get as much time to prep for your audition as possible. Crew interviews will begin at 3:30 sharp.