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Here is what you need to know to audition:
- Auditions are open to new and previous members, there is a $5.00 yearly membership fee due at the time of audition.
- Auditioners should arrive 15 minutes prior to their scheduled audition time, with completed forms a head shot or recent photo and a complete list of any rehearsal/show conflicts (this will be spelled out for each show) that you will not be available to attend rehearsals. Examples of conflicts are dance classes, voice lessons, sports practices and games, work schedules, school trips, school concerts, church, school admission testing dates and open houses, family commitments, camps, and vacations to the extent these cannot be changed. You are expected to be available for rehearsals any dates not listed.
- Come prepared to sing, approximately 16 measures – showing your vocal range -with pre-recorded music on tape or cd or digital recording– Karaoke style -no words – cued to where you start to sing. We prefer no a capella.
- Auditioners should wear attire appropriate for movement and dance. Dance shoes, character shoes and sneakers are acceptable. No open toe shoes, flip flops or bare feet are allowed.
- Participation in a production is a big time commitment. Be sure that you are prepared to commit to all rehearsals and mandatory dates before you audition.
- For the parents of cast members, there is also a time commitment. The Talent Machine Company is an all volunteer organization, we rely upon parents to provide the much needed support to make each production a success. A parent of each cast member is required to attend 2 mandatory meetings (for each production). In addition a parent is required to attend costume parades, volunteer time to the production, ensure that their cast member arrives to rehearsal prepared, and provide costume support for their cast member as determined by the costume committee. Please be sure you, as a parent, are also aware of the commitment to the production before your child auditions.