In order to be eligible for casting in a Main or Studio Stage production, you must either be a currently enrolled SMC student (in a class other than the production and co-requisite class) or have been a student at the college within the past year.


TA 50 - Advanced Production, Full Play
Fall '17 - Section 4474

Moon Over Buffalo

By Ken Ludwig

Audition

August 29, 6 p.m., Main Stage

  • Prepare a 1-minute comic monologue

Callback

August 30, 6 p.m., Main Stage

Performances

September 28 - October 8, 2017

No appointments are provided.

Pictures and resumes are accepted, however, are not required.

Participation in the production requires enrollment in the advanced production class, TA 50. There are fees involved.

Santa Monica College productions are non-union and non-paid.

Eligibility


TA 52 - Advanced Production, Musical Theatre
Fall '17 - Section 4475

A Christmas Carol, A Musical Allegory

By Charles Dickens, Adapted by Perviz Sawoski

Audition

August 31, 6:30 p.m., Main Stage

  • Actors - Prepare a 1-minute monlogue from any genre.
  • Singers - Prepare 32 bars of a classical or art song.

September 2, 2 p.m., Studio Stage

  • Dancers - Be prepared / dressed for a dance audition.

Callback

September 2, 3 p.m., Main Stage

Characters

Ebenezer Scrooge The miserly owner of a London accounting firm.

Jacob Marley's ghost - Narrator of the story and Scrooge's former business partner

Bob Cratchit - Scrooge's clerk, a kind, poor man with a large family.

Tiny Tim - Bob Cratchit's young son, crippled from birth.

The Ghost of Christmas Past - The first spirit to visit Scrooge

The Ghost of Christmas Present - The second spirit to visit Scrooge

The Ghost of Christmas Future - The third and final spirit to visit Scrooge

Fred - Scrooge's nephew

Fezziwig – A merchant with whom young Scrooge apprenticed.

Belle - Scrooge's romantic interest from the past.

Peter Cratchit - Bob's oldest son

Martha and Belinda Cratchit - Bob's daughters

Mrs. Cratchit - Bob's wife

Fan - Scrooge's sister from the past; a child

Two Gentlemen - seeking charitable contributions

Choral Singers – A substantial part of the show is sung incorporating choral music from renaissance to the present. Some singers will also play characters.

Dancers - preferably with Ballet, Modern Dance or gymnastic training, but all are welcome.

Ensemble - to play multiple roles- Townspeople, drunks, prostitutes, scoundrels, children, puppeteers and more…

Performances

November 30 - December 10, 2017

No appointments are provided.

Pictures and resumes are accepted, however, are not required.

Participation in the production requires enrollment in the advanced production class, TA 52. There are fees involved.

Santa Monica College productions are non-union and non-paid.

Eligibility


TA 55 - Advanced Production, Small Theatre Venue
Fall '17 - Section 4476

Lovin' Lady: Nashville Meets Kurdistan

By Dr. Adrianne Harrop

Audition

August 29, 7 p.m., Studio Stage

  • Prepare a 1-3 minute monlogue
    (Monologues from the show are also available from the department office, TA 117, or can be emailed to you. Send request to louff_judy@smc.edu.)

Callback

September 1, 7 p.m., Studio Stage

Performances

October 20 - 29, 2017

No appointments are provided.

Pictures and resumes are accepted, however, are not required.

Participation in the production requires enrollment in the advanced production class, TA 55. There are fees involved.

Santa Monica College productions are non-union and non-paid.

Eligibility


TA 45 - Musical Theatre Workshop
Fall '17 - Section 3456

Musical Theatre Workshop

Audition

August 28, 12:45 p.m. Studio Stage

Students should prepare 32 bars from any musical theatre production and provide sheet muusic in the proper key. An accompanist will be provided.