APF 21-22 SEASON AUDITIONS
General auditions for our 21-22 Season will take place the first full weekend in August 2021:
- Friday, Aug 6, 6-10pm
- Saturday, Aug 7, 9am – 6pm
- Backstage Dance Studio, 3425 Backstage Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89121
- PROOF OF COVID VACCINATION IS REQUIRED. (*further details below)
An audition form is REQUIRED in order to audition with APF (at the bottom of this page). Appointments are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED and will only be granted after we’ve received a completed form. Walk-ins are discouraged and will only be seen if time permits.
Callbacks will be BY INVITATION ONLY on Aug 8 & 15.
GENERAL EXPECTATIONS &/or REQUIREMENTS
- Interested parties will conscientiously & thoroughly complete an audition form. Once received, a staff member will respond with further details.
- Head shots & resumes are welcome but not required. We prefer digital copies; please conserve our environmental resources where possible. Instructions regarding how to supply them are provided in response to a completed audition form. If you’ve submitted these items previously, please tell us; we’re happy to check our archives.
- Performers should read the play(s) that interest them and be prepared to discuss it/them if asked.
Performers should familiarize themselves with the ONE side from the project in which they are MOST interested. Please note that in so doing, you may not be reading the character in which you have expressed interest. You should read the part as if it were that character anyway. Directors are aware of this limitation and will provide appropriate direction as necessary during your audition.
- Example: You’re interested in Sue, and the scene you’re required to read is Ann & Jack. You should read Ann as if she were Sue.
We will provide a partner to read against. Memorization is not required, but performers should be familiar enough to offer strong choices and take direction.
Please use the links located in the tabs below to access individual sides.
DIVERSITY, INCLUSION, and REPRESENTATION
Theatre engages the full spectrum of humanity. Telling the stories of complex human experience often includes representations of violence, racism, homophobia, abuse, and other challenging content. We seek an ethical atmosphere when engaging in this content, working with diverse groups of participants, and particularly when producing culturally sensitive work and telling stories of marginalized peoples. We seek to create respectful, safe, and equitable environments.