Available Light announces auditions for our 2017-18 Season. We have a wide range of roles to cast this season. We want the stories and the people on our stages to reflect our city and our community, and that means a beautiful and complex multiplicity. AVLT seeks to cast a season with performers diverse in culture and identity. We love new faces and old friends. Whether you’ve never auditioned for AVLT before or you’ve come to every open call, we want to see you!
— Want to be considered but are truly unavailable for the auditions? Other questions? Please contact Eleni Papaleonardos ([email protected]
subject: AVLT auditions) to discuss potential alternatives.
— OPEN CALL – Thursday, June 15, 6-8:30pm @ the Columbus Museum of Art
— OPEN CALL – Monday, June 19, 6-8:30pm @ the Wellington School
— OPEN CALL – Wednesday, June 21, 6-8:30pm, @ the Vern Riffe Center
— OPEN CALL – Saturday, June 24, 1-3:30pm @ the Franklinton Playhouse
Actors will be seen in order of arrival. To jump to the front of the line, sign-up for an audition time here: avlt.co/sum17aud
— Please prepare a performance that is no more than two minutes long (you'll be timed). This could include monologues, poetry, movement, magic, music, or other expressions of your creativity. Have fun!
— Don't have a monologue? No problem. Monologues from productions in the season will be available in the check-in area as cold-readings.
— Bringing a headshot and resumé is recommended but not required.
— Please be prepared to list your scheduling conflicts.
— Please review our audition tips: avltheatre.com/10-audition-tips-from-avlt/
We will hold a callback workshop in the evening on Monday, June 26. All called-back actors will be invited by 1pm on Sunday, June 25.
We will be casting for several shows from our 2017-2018 season, including, but limited to the following:
— “Bootleg Radio,” a new, collaboratively-created, original work written and directed by Matt Slaybaugh and Jennifer Schlueter / opens in September 2017
— “How We Got On” by Idris Goodwin, directed by Drew Eberly / opens in November 2017
— “Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” by Alice Birch, directed by Eleni Papaleonardos / opens in January 2018
— “Every Brilliant Thing” by Duncan Macmillan, with Jonny Donahoe, directed by Whitney Thomas Eads / opens in April 2018
— “An Octoroon” by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, directed by Matt Slaybaugh / opens in May 2018p