he Coterie Theatre and Unicorn Theatre
Accepting Adult Audition Video Submissions
for Their 2021–2022 Seasons

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WHAT:
The Coterie Theatre and Unicorn Theatre will accept video audition submissions from professional adult actors
 (18 years of age and older) – Equity and non-Equity – for their respective 2021-2022 seasons.

CONTACT:
Open call video submissions will be accepted starting July 23, 2021, at 12:01am CDT through August 6, 2021, at 6:00pm CDT, at thecoterie.org/auditions or unicorntheatre.org/about-us/#work-with-us.

  • Actors who want to be considered for a role should submit a headshot and resume through the form link on the theater’s website.
  • OPTIONAL MONOLOGUE – Through the form, provide a YouTube or Vimeo link to a 1 1/2 to 2 minute (not longer) contemporary monologue – no classical, no Shakespeare.
  • OPTIONAL VOCAL DEMO (Coterie only for musical consideration) – Through the form, provide a YouTube or Vimeo link to a vocal demo. The ideal demo: 16 bars of ballad + 16 bars of up-tempo

The Coterie’s 2021-2022 season includes:

  • The SpongeBob Musical – for young audiences (premiere), directed by Jeff Church and Anthony Edwards.
  • Only One Day a Year (world premiere play), directed by Nedra Dixon.
  • Pete the Cat (musical), directed by Heidi Van and Anthony Edwards.
  • Alice’s Wonderland (musical), directed and choreographed by Nik Whitcomb.
  • The Dramatic STD/HIV Project (local tour), educational local tour performed throughout the school year, directed by Michael Smith & Matt Leonard.
  • Project Daylight (local tour), educational tour performed throughout the school year, directed by Jeff Church and Amanda Kibler.

Roles to be cast will be both AEA and non-AEA (exception: local tours).

The Unicorn’s 2020-2021 season includes:

  • The Lifespan of a Fact, directed by Vanessa Severo.
  • Pipeline, directed by Teresa Leggard.
  • Dance Nation, directed by Heidi Van
  • Our Black Death (World Premiere), directed by Cynthia Levin.
  • Tiny Beautiful Things, directed by Sidonie Garrett.
  • The Inheritance Part I & II, directed by Jeff Church and Ian Crawford.

Roles for AEA in all shows and some non-AEA roles available.
Submissions received after August 6 may not be considered for callbacks this season.

 

Both the Unicorn Theatre and The Coterie Theatre are dedicated to multi-ethnic, non-traditional casting. Persons of color or ethnic origin are encouraged to audition.