The Theatre Practice is without a doubt one of the foremost companies in Singapore who time and time again pushes the boundaries of theatre and produces memorable production after memorable production. Now, here’s your chance to join them in one of their upcoming shows for 2020, with their auditions taking place on 27th and 28th May 2019 at The Theatre Practice itself at 54 Waterloo Street.
As part of their 55th anniversary in 2020, The Theatre Practice will be producing one mainstage show in the first half of the year, as well as the third edition of Patch! A Theatre Festival of Artful Play in the latter half of the year. In addition, Practice is calling all practitioners who have passion in Theatre for Young Audiences to join them in The Nursery Rhymes Project 2, as well as ongoing productions such as community and school touring performances throughout the year.
As Singapore’s longest standing professional bilingual theatre company with over 330 productions under its belt, Practice continues to critique life objectively and respectfully entertain audiences, and nurture aspiring art-makers. All you have to do is send your CV (with a short biography), a clear and recent headshot and your preferred audition time slot to, latest by 10th May 2019, 6pm to firstname.lastname@example.org, and head on down to your timeslot on 27th or 28th May for the audition. Who knows? We might just be reviewing a show you’re in next year.
To apply, send your CV (with a short biography), a clear and recent headshot and your preferred audition time slot to, latest by 10th May 2019, 6pm to email@example.com.
Shortlisted candidates will be informed by 17th May 2019, for an audition timeslot between 11am – 1230pm or 230pm – 430pm on 27th or 28th May, to be held at The Theatre Practice at 54 Waterloo Street.
Auditionees must be at least 21 years old and above, able to speak English and/or Mandarin, and must prepare a one-minute rendition of an English/Mandarin song (bring your own music track), a one-minute movement piece (provide a description in the application email), and a one-minute monologue.