Auditions

UMass Theater productions are cast throughout the year; check here for audition information.

Time and place maybe subject to change; updates will be posted as they become available.

Sign up sheets for auditions are posted on the Department of Theater Call Board outside Fine Arts Center Room 112 about a week before auditions. Scripts, where available, can be accessed as read-only documents at the links provided below. Call (413) 545-3490 if you have further questions.

Fall Audition Workshop

Please check back in late August for details.

Anyone planning to audition for UMass Theater shows this year is encouraged to attend. Led by department faculty member Gina Kaufmann

Recommended for anyone thinking about auditioning for department shows.

2016-2017 Auditions

Audition details are still being set. Please check back in late August.

General Casting Policies

The Department of Theater is committed to racial, cultural and individual diversity.
Casting for all department-sponsored productions is open to any student, staff, or faculty member of the Five College Consortium, any member of the community, or any invited guest artist regardless of race, ethnic origin, abilty, sexual orientation or gender identification.
Equal-opportunity casting is encouraged.

All Theater majors are welcomed and strongly encouraged to audition. The
Department chooses plays each year with the intention of using as many majors as possible, but casting of any individual major is not guaranteed.
Most casting will be determined by open auditions.
You are expected to sign up for a given audition appointment, and to arrive at the audition site well ahead of the scheduled time. Students who arrive after their scheduled time may not be allowed to audition.
After open auditions have been completed, the director will post call back announcements. If you are called back, you are expected to initial next to your name to acknowledge the call back.

Auditioning for multiple shows in 2016-2017

Our experience has shown that having cast members in shows with overlapping rehearsal and/or performance schedules is complicated and disruptive to both shows.
Cast Members are still welcome to be in multiple shows whose rehearsal schedules do not overlap.
Please note: This does NOT mean that actors cannot audition for all the shows -- just that they will have to consider their options and limitations wisely. Casting decisions will result in the production's exclusive service of the actor when rehearsal/performance periods overlap.
Thank you for your cooperation!

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