MADISON LYRIC STAGE ANNOUNCES 2018 SEASON AUDITIONS
FOR NON-EQUITY AND EQUITY PERFORMERS
Saturday, January 20 in Madison, CT and Saturday, January 27 in NYC
Madison, CT – December 27, 2017 – Madison Lyric Stage, a professional company now entering its seventh season serving the Shoreline of Connecticut, will hold auditions for its 2018 season on Saturday, January 20 in Madison, CT and Saturday, January 27 in New York City.
The company is looking for singers and actors for its productions of the play Agnes of God in April, the musical Company in July, and the chamber opera The Turn of the Screw in October.
The company is also casting for a young artist production of Godspell in May, to feature local high school students, alongside young professionals from Madison Lyric Stage’s apprentice program.
Madison Lyric Stage will be seeing both non-union and union performers, and will, for the first time, offer a limited number of Actors Equity Special Appearance contracts for selected roles.
Compensation is available for some non-union performers depending on experience.
Auditions are by appointment only. Exact time and location of the audition will be provided. To be considered for an audition, please email your photo and resume to email@example.com.
Please be prepared with an appropriate song or monologue for the audition. Selections from the season’s productions are welcome.
Full audition information with cast breakdowns can be found online at madisonlyricstage.org.
Madison Lyric Stage is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity and arts collective for the Shoreline of Connecticut. Its mission is to present professional-quality entertainment from the worlds of opera, musical theater and drama. Past productions include: A Little Night Music, Blithe Spirit, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, Macbeth, Peter Grimes, Salome, The Glass Menagerie, and many others.
Madison Lyric Stage does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
For more information about Madison Lyric Stage, visit madisonlyricstage.org.