Frequently Asked Auditions Questions
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Q: What is a "cattle call" audition?
A: A Cattle Call audition is a larger group audition. You will still be asked to sing or read individually. These auditions normally move very fast.
Q: Should I arrive early to my audition time?
A: Yes! You will want to arrive at least 15 to 30 minutes early to fill out your audition paperwork. ***Late arrivals will not be admitted to auditions and will be asked to sign up for a later time if space is available.
Q: What should I wear to auditions?
A: Please wear something you can dance and move in. For musical auditions there will be no time to change between vocal and dance auditions.
Q: How will I know if I'm supposed to go to callbacks?
A: You will be told at the audition if you are needed for callbacks.
Q: Can I sign up for more than one audition time?
Q: Can I audition for more than one part?
A: Yes! Audition for any and all parts you wish!
Q: How will I know if I have been cast in a show?
A: A member of the SDP staff will email you after casting is complete! You will receive an email notifying you whether you have been cast in the production or not. If you have been cast in the production you will be asked to confirm that you accept your role in the production or not.
Q: How long does casting take?
A: Casting can sometimes take up to two weeks.
Q: What if I have conflicts with the rehearsal schedule?
A: You may still audition, however you may not be cast. In order to keep our rehearsal process short we avoid casting those with too many conflicts.
Q:What is a conflict?
A: A conflict is anything that may prevent you from being at a scheduled rehearsal excluding unforeseen emergencies.