NOTTINGHAM SUNDAY THE 4TH OF FEBRUARY 12NOON- 1PM
COLLEGE STREET CENTRE
Blood Bro's Youth Adaptation & Oliver- Nottingham Youth Productions
A search for young actors will be taking part in Nottingham on Sunday February the 4th 2018 of this Autumn in a bid to find talented young people. Castings will take place for the following shows which will be staged during our 2018/2019 season.
Blood Bro's Youth Adaptation
Beginners welcome- No experience is necessary. Those who are successful will go on to work with professional directors and crew on either theatre or film projects. Training, direction and rehearsals will be provided by professional acting coaches and directors.
Venue-College Street Centre, College Street, Nottingham, NG1 5AQ
Date- Sunday 4th of February 2018
Time- 12 Noon to 1pm
Audition Style-Informal Group Workshop, Open Audition
Booking To book a place please complete the form below. Candidates will need to be aged 7-17 years to apply. Parental permission to attend will be required. Auditions will be allocated on a first come first served basis in 5 minute slots. Audition priority will be given to those who have booked places within the workshop session. To avoid disappointment please organise an audition by completing the instructions below. Please note it is unlikely that those attending on the day without a booking will be seen. Please read our Q & A's below before booking.
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Questions & Answers
How long will the workshop audition last and what should I expect ?
The workshop session will last for 1 hour. It will not be compulsory to learn any lines or prepare an audition piece at this stage. Please bring a copy of your confirmation details with you. You will receive a formal offer within 14 days of your audition either by post or email which may also include a recall. We anticipate that from the time you book in to the time your audition will be completed will be 1.5 hours in total. The session will involve some script reading in small groups and will be fun and improvisation based.
Pick up Drop Off- In the interest of safety please make sure that directors and our staff are onsite before drop off. Tutors will not release young people under the age of 18 unless they have seen a recognised adult at collection time.
Parents are welcome to wait onsite directly outside the room if they wish to stay, if a form has been completed parents are welcome to leave the site and return at 1pm.
What are the directors looking for at audition ?
Our experienced directors and tutors are looking for enthusiastic actors to work with, who are willing to learn and who show a natural ability in front of an audience and work well as a team. Experience is not necessary and directors look forward to working with complete beginners or those who have had previous experience.
What Happens if I am offered a place in a cast.
If you are successful and offered a part within the cast, we will send you further information about the performance, Class Act Drama Centre, the centre’s membership details and membership forms to complete and consider should you wish to accept your place. If you have not been successful on this occasion we may offer you a part in an alternative group, or retain your details for further castings that we are working on. It is with regret that due to availability we cannot offer every child a place within a cast. However, we will inform every candidate of our decision
Class Act Drama Centre workshop classes & theatre projects are not reliant on external funding. Due to continual cuts in arts funding and to ensure continuity and the success of projects subscriptions are charged. Each member of the drama class will have a membership fee equating to £ 8.50 to £9.75 ( depending on venue hire charges ) per week for their training and participation in the project. If successful all members are guaranteed a speaking role. Successful siblings will be offered a discounted rate. There are 5 scholarship places that provide free training for successful members who are not in a financial position to contribute to fees. Fees include weekly training in a class, tuition, rehearsal, room hire & access to script materials. Full details will be supplied to all successful candidates under no obligation. Shows & casting are at directors discretion
Funding for scholarships
There are 5 scholarship places that provide free training for successful members who are not in a financial position to contribute to fees. Funding is competitive, will require means testing and cannot be guaranteed. Funding for individual scholarships may be offered as a full or partial scholarship and is offered by the contributions of private individuals into Class Act Drama Centre’s scholarship fund.
Full project details will be provided to all successful candidates.