Auditions

Upcoming Auditions

A Wrinkle In Time The Odyssey

This summer, Trike Theatre is offering 2 theatre production camps simultaneously. The camp participants will deepen their performing skills through intensive acting classes and daily rehearsals on the stage. During these three week long camps, young artists will work with professional directors, designers and a stage manager.

Saturday, April 15 & 22 1pm – 5pm at Trike Theatre

Auditions are being held for:

A Wrinkle In Time  | 3rd-6th Grade | $350

The Odyssey | 7th-12th Grade | $350

Full Day Rehearsals: June 5th-9th, 12th-16th, 19th-23rd

Performances: June 22nd, 23rd, 24th

Sign up for auditions here!



Youth Theatre Audition Tips

Tips for Choosing a Monologue

    • Pick a monologue that sounds like you. A good fit would be one that shows off elements of your personality and is somewhat like you.
    • If your monologue is from a script, know the script and something about the character you are reading for. Read the entire script if possible.
    • We prefer for monologues to be memorized, but if you’re not comfortable with memorization you can read your monologue from a piece of paper.
    • If you need resources for finding a monologue, let us know. We have scripts and monologue books at the theatre.

Tips for Rehearsing Your Monologue

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Be able to answer the following questions:

    • Who is your character?
    • Who you are talking to?
    • Where is the character at?
    • What do you want from your audience in the scene? (ex: to like you, to leave you alone, to believe you, etc.)
    • How are you getting what you want? (ex: begging, demanding, soothing, find some fun verbs to use here).

As you rehearse:

    • Practice reading the monologue out loud to make sure that it is no more than one (1) minute.
    • When you are speaking, imagine that the listener is verbally or physically reacting to what you’re saying.
    • Speak loudly and clearly.
    • Practice your monologue out loud and in front of a few people before the audition. Ask them to give you feedback about what was clear and not clear in your piece.

What happens on Audition Day

    • When you arrive, your parent/guardian will fill out an audition form with all the information we need from you.
    • Six to eight students enter the playing space together. All warm-up and each take turns performing his/her monologue for the Production Director and Trike staff.
    • Before you do your monologue you will say your name, your age, and what monologue you’re doing. Say these things positively and clearly for the director when you introduce yourself.
    • The director may ask for you to do your monologue a second time. Listen carefully to any instruction given to you by the director and show that you can take direction.

Other Tips

    • Arrive at least 15 minutes early to the audition.
    • Wear flattering and comfortable clothes. Please keep your hair out of your face.
    • If you make a mistake, try not to make apologies or excuses. Keep moving forward. It’s ok to start over.
    • Have fun! Be positive and energetic the whole time you are in your audition.