Come Perform With Us!

CenterPoint is a community theatre that welcomes local talent. We have open auditions for every show, so don’t be afraid to join us for an upcoming audition. We look forward to seeing you!

show

date

director

The Miracle Worker 10/25/2014  Karen Whiting
Shrek 11/15/2014  Maurie Tarbox
Barefoot in the Park 12/6/2014
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels 1/31/2015  Jim Christian
Harvey 3/14/2015
The King & I 3/21/2015  Leslie Giles-Smith
Guys & Dolls 5/16/2015  Josh & Jennie Richardson
The Glass Menagerie 6/27/2015
Aida 7/11/2015  Scott Montgomery
Babes in Toyland 8/29/2015  Addie Holman & Jansen Davis

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Audition Information

Please email Krista Davies at kdavies@centerpointtheatre.org to schedule an audition time. Audition dates are subject to change, so it is suggested that you verify the audition date two weeks in advance. *Please do not contact the box office regarding casting.*

Please bring your conflict list, a headshot and a resume. For musical auditions, come prepared to sing 16 measures of a song in the style of the show. A pianist will be provided; please no acapella singing. A monologue is generally required for non-musical auditions.

Auditions will take place at the theatre located at 525 North 400 West in Centerville. Enter the building on the west side basement entrance.

Please Note:

Theatre is subjective. The most important part is the audition itself. However, many factors go into casting a production, such as height, weight, look, personality, acting ability, conflicts, past experience, presence, work ethic, doubles, doubles conflicts, age, etc. If we were not able to use you in a past production, please continue to audition. Our production team strives to provide a safe environment in which to promote artistic expression. Break a leg!


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Audition Tips

  • Auditors want you to be successful; they are your biggest advocate.
  • Auditioning is a skill that you must perfect.
  • We advise auditioners to read the play in which they are auditioning to see where they best see themselves, as well as being open to trying for other roles they may not see themselves in.
  • Practice auditioning. Practice anywhere and everywhere.
  • Pick audition pieces that show you off. Don’t pick pieces that you don’t feel 100% comfortable performing 100% of the time.
  • Pick audition pieces similar to the production you are auditioning for.
  • Wear clothing that is applicable to the character in which you would like to be cast as. If the character wears a dress, wear a dress. If the character is a tomboy, wear pants. (Do not wear a costume!)
  • Bring a headshot. This is helpful for the auditors to remember who you are. They will see over 300 people for a given production.

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