The Longmont Theatre Company will host auditions for the upcoming play, “Chess.” Auditions will be held on Saturday, February 9 starting at 11 a.m. by appointment only.
Interested parties are asked to complete a form by visiting www.longmonttheatre.org. The producer will then contact participants to schedule an appointment.
Longmont Theatre Company’s “Chess” will be directed by Pat Payne , with musical direction by Tanya Daugherty.
Participants are asked to prepare 16-32 bars of pop/rock musical theatre, music from “Chess” is acceptable but a Capella is not. Sheet music must be brought by those auditioning.
Additionally, auditioners are asked to bring headshots, resumes and conflicts between auditions and day after the show ends.
Tracy Craven of the Longmont Theatre Company suggests that participants, “Be prepared! Introduce yourself, take direction and have your sheet music in a notebook ready for the accompanist,” when preparing for an audition.
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