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Upcoming Auditions


Show Dates: November 8, 9 and 10, 2018 (two shows on Saturday) at the Dulles State Office Building, Watertown

Annie and the Orphans
Annie — age range from 11-14
Orphans — age range from 6 to 14

Registration is required for the following mandatory Workshop/Audition. Click here to register.  Registration Deadline is August 6.

Friday, August 10 from 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Dulles State Office Building Auditorium

Girls will learn vocals and choreography from a small selection taken from the song “Hard Knock Life.” Girls interested in auditioning for the role of Annie will also learn a small selection from the song “Tomorrow.” In addition, we will discuss and prepare for the next day's audition.

Saturday August 11 starting at 9:30 am

Dulles State Office Building Auditorium

Ending time is variable depending on turnout

Girls will be put into small groups to sing and dance the song prepared at the Friday workshop, with possible readings for parts. Girls interested in auditioning for Annie will have a solo audition immediately following the Orphan auditions. We thank you in advance for your patience and being flexible with your Saturday schedule since we don’t know how long this process will take.

When cast, Annie will be asked to be available to attend the open auditions.

Open Auditions for Remaining Roles

Tuesday, August 14 and Wednesday, August 15 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Dulles State Office Building Auditorium

Audition Info
  • Prepare at least 16 bars of a song that showcases your voice well
  • Provide sheet music; an accompanist will be available
  • You will be asked to read from the script
  • Electronic accompaniment is acceptable; however, you must have your own playback device
  • A tentative rehearsal schedule will be available for any potential conflict dates

Note: Attendance is mandatory during show week

Audition Forms

Audition Basics

  • Prepare 16 bars of a song (not from the show that you are auditioning for) that showcases your voice well
  • Make sure your sheet music is prepared and marked for the accompanist
  • Dress in clothing appropriate for performing some basic moves
  • You only need to attend one audition session, unless you are also invited to a Call Back for more intense work with the director
  • Bring a headshot if you have one - you will not have your photo returned to you
  • Download, print and fill out your paperwork ahead of time to bring to auditions - avoid delays!
  • Bring an acting resume if you have one; this is not required, but it will save you paperwork time
  • Be prepared to notate ALL of your calendar conflicts for the entire rehearsal/performance schedule, including specific dates and times
  • Be prepared to read from the script; the script will be provided for you

    * Check the audition information for specific requirements as they are different for each production *

Audition Tips (PDF)