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College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Theatre and Dance

Upcoming Auditions

Auditions for Spring 2017 Productions:

Mr. Burns, a post-electric play
by Anne Washburn

Animal Farm
by Peter Hall

Outlaw Song
by Ryan Stevens

The Bald Soprano
by Eugene Ionesco

will be held

1pm - 5pm
Booker T. Washington Building (1400 Wheat St., across from Blatt P.E. Center)
Acting Studio 102

With callbacks on:

Mr. Burns and Outlaw Song
Monday, November 21
BTW building

Animal Farm and The Bald Soprano
Monday, November 28
BTW building

Click here for audition requirements and character breakdowns for each show.

How to Sign Up:

  1. Visit
  2. Register to use the Sign Up Genius Application
  3. Select your audition time slot

***You are able to swap slots and/or cancel with your login***

Audition Forms:

Download an Audition Form here in PDF or WORD format.  You can also use the links below to download the form.

  • Forms are due Thursday, November 17, by 5pm to reserve your audition time
  • Complete the form, save as PDF labeled "<LastName,FirstName>2017", then email the file to
  • Optional: Resumes & headshots may be attached with your PDF

Day of Auditions:

Arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled audition time to check in with the monitor

Contact: Ashley Martin

General Information About Auditions at Theatre South Carolina

Anyone may audition, and every interested person is encouraged to audition. Theatre South Carolina casts a number of non-students every year, if not in every show. Production is an extension of teaching, so students' needs are one factor considered in casting, but not the only factor.

TSC tries to audition all shows for a semester at one time. The directors for each show together with the Artistic Director and the acting faculty decide on casting. Occasionally some parts will be cast before auditions; this is always true in the case of guest actors.

TSC embraces non-traditional casting. The use of ethnic minority actors, female actors, and physically-challenged actors is encouraged where these elements are not essential to the story of the play.

Auditions are usually held in the acting studios on the first floor of Booker T. Washington Auditorium, entered from Wheat Street between Pickens and Bull Streets.

Good Luck!

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