FEBRUARY 26th 6:30pm-8:30pm TEATRO DEL PUEBLO, 209 PAGE STREET W, ST. PAUL Coco’s Barrio (A.K.A. Coco's Latinidad) is a live radio variety drama intended to provide artists and community members an opportunity to create culturally appealing content to showcase their unique voices and talent. This live radio broadcast is a mix between SNL (Saturday Night Life) and Prairie Home Companion and includes live music, drama, and humorous storytelling as well as visual art exhibits of local artists.
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- Strong pop/rock vocalists (male and female). Ability to dance appreciated but not required.
- Strong a cappella vocalists (male and female). Vocal percussion abilities encouraged.
- Please prepare 2 of the songs from the Dropbox link below that best highlight your vocals. You are welcome to bring in your own song selections as long as they fit the pop/rock/R&B genre AND you bring your own accompaniment track. We may ask you to sight-read and harmonize.
History Theatre will hold auditions for TEEN IDOL: THE BOBBY VEE STORY by Bob Beverage in collaboration with Jeff and Tommy Vee.
Directed by Ron Peluso.
Openings for Little Anthony & The Imperials, The Ronnettes and The Shirelles as well as Freddie Cannon, Chubby Checker, Dion, Dick Clark and ensemble of diverse singer/dancers ages 18 - 40. Actors who can play rock ‘n rock drum kit or bass guitar encouraged. AEA and NON AEA.
Rehearsals begin October 30, 2018 the show opens November 17 and continues through December 23rd, 2018.
The Twin Cities Unified Theatre Auditions (TCUTAs) are a great way to be seen by professional Equity and Non-AEA companies from all over the Midwest! Minneapolis-St. Paul is the second largest theatre community, after New York. This is a fantastic opportunity to get yourself in front of several theatre companies at once. Theatres that come to TCUTAs are looking for both summer and year-round actors, which means there are opportunities for recent seasoned professionals AND college graduates alike.
Theatre comapnies that come focus on:
Seeking actors for Actors Theatre of Louisville's Professional Training Company. Acting Apprentices perform in their own five-show season, focusing entirely on new works, and culminating in a commissioned work that is a fully-produced as a part of the Humana Festival of New American Plays. Small roles and understudy positions in the theater's mainstage season are possible, but not guaranteed. Practical audition and business-based training curriculum is provided throughout the year. Industry showcase for casting directors and agents is included at the end of the season.