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SEASON 51 (2022-23) AUDITION NOTICES 

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LOCAL EPA & NON-EQUITY GENERAL AUDITIONS — SEASON 51

NOTICE: Audition times for ASF’s Season 51 are completely booked. To take place on our waiting list, please email Auditions@ASF.net

SEASON 51 2022-23 AUDITIONS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 2022 | MONTGOMERY, AL

Note: There are no onstage roles for young performers this season. Visit ASF.net/Education to find out more about other performance and educational opportunities for youth at ASF for Season 51. 

See the Season 51 slate.

WHAT TO PREPARE: Please prepare two short monologues (one contemporary, one Shakespeare)

FOR SINGERS — In addition to contrasting monologues, please prepare 16 bars of a song (preferably musical theatre). Remember to bring your sheet music marked with clear start and end points for the accompanist.

Auditions begin at 10am. You must register (link below) for a time slot. 

Register for your audition.

Callbacks will take place on August 28. Auditioners will be notified if they are requested at callbacks.

No phone calls regarding auditions, please.

For additional questions, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or email auditions@asf.net

If you have further questions, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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