The Randall Theatre Company will be holding general auditions for its 2019 season of shows, titles of which are soon to be released. Watch this space for audition dates and times and additional information.
Randall Theatre actors receive modest compensation and unlimited theater joy!
by phone at 541-632-3258. You can also find us on Facebook.
PLEASE COME PREPARED!
READ BELOW FOR AUDITION REQUIREMENTS
Musical Auditions - Actors should bring a headshot and resume. Actors are required to prepare and bring a song selection (no more than 90 seconds) with a recorded backing track.
Straight Play Auditions - Prepare two short contrasting monologues (Comedy & Dramatic), about 2 minutes each.
Dancers - Be prepared to learn a short dance combination. Please come wearing comfortable clothing that allows freedom of movement.
If you are unable to make the scheduled auditions and would still like to be considered, please contact the theater by email at [email protected] or by phone at 541-632-3258.
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to audition.
We are currently casting for our upcoming production of A Christmas Carol with music by Alan Menken (Newsies, Little Shop of Horrors. Disney's Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and more!)
Directed by Paul Cosca
10 3rd Street (corner of 3rd and Front Streets)
Sunday, Sept. 9th
Time: 6 PM to 9 PM
All Roles are open except for Emily. We encourage performers of all ages, genders, races, and experience levels to audition. There are parts available for children and adults.
Rehearsals begin October 20th. Performances begin on December 14th and run through December 30th.
Plot Description (From MTI): Ebenezer Scrooge is a prosperous curmudgeon who believes that personal wealth is far more valuable than the happiness and comfort of others. With an infuriated "Bah! Humbug!" Scrooge summates his feelings of Christmas tidings and charitable giving, but he's forced to face his selfish ways when three ghosts on Christmas Eve lead him through his Past, Present and Future. Thanks to their guidance, Scrooge recognizes his faults and greets Christmas morning with a cheerful "Happy Christmas" before spending the day reconnecting and sharing love with those that mean the most to him.