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Sarah Hall Stage Management December 3 rd , 2007 1. How would you set up and run auditions for a musical? You expect over 300 auditionees. Your audition will include a first round audition: singing/monologue and callbacks for singing, dance, monologues and cold readings. You also need to get costume and wig measurements for every actor called back. Assume you have unlimited Stage Manages. ▫ Upon the arrival of each auditionee, I would have them fill out an audition form which would include their name, roles interested in, all contact information, skills and conflicts. Each form would then be attached to their headshot and resume. When I receive their form, I would give them a number and tell them to wait until their number was called. They would then be told where the restrooms and water fountains were. I would also tell them, as long as the director said I could, what to expect in the audition if they were to ask. Also, if the auditionee were performing a song, I would take note of the track number they needed to be played on their audition form. When I call someone in, I would inform one of my stage managers a track number, if applicable, then take the form and resume to the director. Someone would escort the
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This essay was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course THEA 112 taught by Professor Keller during the Spring '08 term at VCU.

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