AEA Principal Audition/ AEA Chorus Call – by Appointment
Non-Union/Volunteer/EMC Principals and Ensemble Open Call
Thursday, April 24th, 1:00p.m. – 5:30p.m., 6:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
Auditions will be held at Reagle Music Theatre, adjacent to Waltham High School, 617 Lexington Street, Waltham, MA 02452.
AEA Members auditioning may make an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 781-216-8529. Appointment Sign-ups will close on Wednesday, April 23rd at 3p.m. AEA members without an appointment will be seen as time permits.
Sign-ins for volunteer/non-union/EMC auditioners will start at Noon on Thursday, April 24th, and will close at 9:00p.m.. Those auditioning who are non-union/volunteer/EMC will be seen in the order in which they arrive whenever no Equity Member is auditioning or waiting to audition.
Seeking candidates for all Principal and Ensemble roles in our August production of Singin' in the Rain .
Director: Kirby Ward
Music Director: Daniel Rodriguez
Choreographer: Eileen Grace
Rehearsals begin July 22nd and are held every afternoon and evening, including weekends, until opening. Performances are August 7-17, Thursday through Sunday.
This is an Adult Equity Performer Audition. Non-Equity actors are strongly encouraged to attend, and they will be seen whenever no Equity Member is auditioning or waiting to audition. Appointments are only for members of the Actors' Equity Union and must be made in advance of Wednesday, April 23rd, 3p.m. by emailing email@example.com or by calling 781-216-8529. A sign-in list will start at Noon on Thursday, April 24th, and will close at 9:00p.m.. Please arrive early to fill out an audition card.
WHAT TO PREPARE: Please come ready to audition at least 10 minutes before your given appointment time to sign in and fill out an audition card. Please prepare and bring sheet music for 16 bars from a song in the style of the show that best showcases your acting ability and vocal range. AEA members will have a minimum of two minutes. Please bring 2 copies of your resumé and headshot, stapled back-to-back.
Equity Membership Candidate points are available. All non-union performing positions are unpaid.
Robert J. Eagle, Producing Artistic Director
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Thank you for your interest! PLEASE NO CALLS!
A NEW Master Class For Adults, High School and Above
Wednesday, April 23, 4p.m.-6p.m.
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For Ages 8-15
Visit our Education Page for more details about our 2014 programs.
Group Sales Position
Are you interested in selling tickets for a well-known, semi-professional musical theatre? Do you have a desire to see a relatively small, non-profit theatre flourish? Is creative marketing something that excites you? Can you multi-task? Does a fast-paced, changeable environment fit your work style? If so, this may well be a good position for you.
- Friendly, outgoing professional attitude
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- - Passion and enthusiasm for selling tickets
- Competence with ticketing software(Experience with ProVenueMax and/or Tickets.com a plus)
- Going out of your way to make customers welcome and glad they purchased tickets
Apply directly to Robert Eagle, Producing Artistic Director, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seeking skilled craftspeople, especially carpenters and painters, for our 2014-2015 Season.
Reagle Music Theatre annually welcomes back many returning artists, both onstage and off, but the following areas may have openings in 2014-15:
Carpenters, Scenic Artists(Painters and Set Dressers), Prop Assistants, Wardrobe Assistants(Stitchers, Hair/Wigs and Dressers), and Show Running Crew.
Salaries are on an Hourly Rate and based on experience.
Submit application and resumé to Robert Eagle, Producing Artistic Director, via email at email@example.com.
The Reagle Music Theatre's intern program is a unique way to connect interested high school and college students to the professional theatre world. A training ground is provided for our interns to work hand in hand with our professional staff in all aspects of theatrical production: set construction and painting, props, costumes, sound, lights, and performance. Reagle is known for their high quality production values, using Broadway Directors, Choreographers, Sets, and Costumes when possible. Interns get hands on experience in getting a Broadway size show up and running.