Application Process for Prospective Performers
FILL OUT OUR ONLINE APPLICATION FORM
The first step is to fill out our online application form to register your interest.
Please prepare a CV and one headshot both in PDF formats to upload at the end of the form.
You must be at least the legal age of adulthood in the country you currently reside in.
ONLINE AUDITION AND INTERVIEW
If your initial application is successful, you will be invited to an online audition.
You may select between acting, singing, and/or dance audition - any mix of the three.
Please prepare one monologue for your online acting audition.
Please prepare one song to sing with accompaniment or backing track for your online singing audition.
Please prepare one movement piece for your online dance audition. You may use backing music if you wish.
JOIN OUR COMMUNITY
If your online audition is successful, we will place you on our books as a member.
You will receive casting notices for successful written work submitted to us. To start, you will be matched with writers seeking an online table read of their work.
Following successful table reads, there will be further opportunities to perform in a digital production, rehearsed reading, and/or live production.
To ensure that all of our performer members are provided with a fair opportunity to take part in our events, auditions will not be required for a table read event. Preferences for performers may also not be considered.
If a script is brought to a digital or live production, you will be asked to do a short audition for productions you sign up for. This is to ensure that the cast is appropriate for the script and will not have an effect on your membership.
50% of funds raised from tickets through an event you perform in will be split equally between yourself, the writers, and other individuals involved. The remaining 50% will be reinvested into future projects and productions.
The application process and successful membership as a performer are both free of charge.
Successful membership to The New Works Playhouse does not equate to employment.