To schedule an audition, please visit the website provided, < a href="https://ait.careers">American Immersion Theater< /a>. Any questions about current or upcoming auditions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Prepare:
You do not need to prepare a monologue or read a play/script before you attend auditions. Rather, come in with an open mind and an energetic attitude. Be ready to engage in guided improv scenarios and group interaction.
The typical audition is structured in two parts, consisting of a set of improv skill tests followed by improv scenes in which the actor is provided a set of circumstances and asked to create a cold improvised scene with a partner(s).
What to Expect:
-It is recommended to be 15 minutes early for your scheduled audition time slot.
-Audition time slot groups perform for 15–20 minutes with 5 minutes saved for questions.
-Actors are notified within one week via email with the results of their audition.
-We contact all actors, whether or not they have been cast into the troupe.
What to Bring:
-A current headshot
-An acting resume — all levels of experience are welcome to audition