Frequently Asked Questions

Audition Questions:

Q: When are Rose of Athens Theatre auditions? A: RoA usually holds general auditions in February and August.

Q: Do I need to make an appointment?
A: Yes! Please contact danielle@roseofathens.org to schedule a slot for yourself on August 29 or August 30, 2012.

Q: Does Rose of Athens Theatre do musicals?
A: RoA commissions composers who create music and perform for many of our productions. Bart King composed the score for The Glass Menagerie in 2010 and Holiday Memories in 2007, for instance. We integrate music and dance/movement into many of our productions, so we like to know how you move and if you can carry a tune. Also, if you play an instrument, bring it to the audition and show us!

Q: When will I know if I get a part and will I be contacted if I am going to be considered for any roles this season?
A: Casting is ongoing at Rose of Athens Theatre. Attending general season auditions lets us know that you are interested/available this season, and RoA will contact you if you are being considered for a production throughout the season.

Q: Are there callbacks?
A: There may be callbacks and production-specific additional auditions, as needed.

Q: What are you looking for?
A:  We are looking for talented and positive artists. Our productions showcase professionals, pre-professionals, community performers, academy students and more.

Q: Is everyone going to see me audition?
A: No. For our general auditions, we bring in those auditioning, one at a time, for a one-on-one audition.

Q: What is a rehearsal process like with Rose of Athens Theatre?
A: Most rehearsals last three hours and end before 9:00pm. The rehearsal period can be anywhere from 2 1/2 weeks to 6 weeks depending on the production.


One thought on “Frequently Asked Questions

    Bonnie Akins said:
    June 5, 2011 at 6:55 pm

    I live out of town, plan on attending this weeks performance, I need you to send me your physical address so that I can locate you. Can’t find street address on web site.

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