Please click on the form graphic so that you can download, print, and complete our Audition Form and then bring it to your audition with an optional stage bio and your headshot. The two-page form is in Adobe PDF format for your convenience. Auditions Form
Sides will be provided so you can demonstrate your acting skills. Be prepared, bring your stage biography and a headshot. Turn off your cell phone. If the role you are auditioning for has an accent required – be prepared. Warm up before the audition.
Audition Attire: Wear appropriate clothing that makes you feel confident. Avoid constrictive or excessively stylish clothing. Consider wearing something that makes you feel confident but won’t be distracting. Also try somewhat to emulate the role you’re going in for.
If you are Auditioning for a Musical or a Melodrama – you will be asked to sing a song. Normally prepare two contrasting vocal selections (16 bars). Sheet music should be placed in a binder or folder with the fewest page turns. An accompanist will be provided. No a Capella singing.
If your role requires dancing: You may be required to learn and repeat a dance combination. Bring appropriate clothing and footwear.
Consider all auditions to be learning experiences designed to help you grow as a performer. See auditions as a chance to bring yourself to a new character and do what you love in front of an attentive audience. If you deliver your best performance and you don’t get the role – don’t take it personally. There is always next time.
At the Camino Real Playhouse – We want you to succeed and we look forward to meeting you and wish you good luck in your audition.
The Long Weekend
By Norm Foster
Directed by Gina Treasure
Sunday, August 1 at 7pm
Monday, August 2 at 7pm
Rehearsals begin August 30 at 7pm
Sides available at auditions.
Performances Fridays/Saturdays 7:30pm, Sundays 5pm
October 15-31, 2021
The truth and lies of a friendship come to the surface during a weekend visit between two couples. The so called “best friends” slowly discover how they really feel about each other. There are plenty of surprises along the way in this comedy of manners.
MAX – Well-to-do lawyer. Opinionated. Neat Freak. Bit of a nag. Early-mid 50’s
WYNN – Author. Proud. A little insecure. Bit of a drinker. Early 50’s
ROGER – Out of work writer. Highly strung. . A little Neurotic. Early-mid 50’s
ABBY – Psychologist. Owns a clothing store. Bad cook. Bit of a slob. Early 50’s
Strong Actors required for this dialog heavy comedy. Min. conflicts accepted
Questions, contact Director. Gina Treasure