The age-old question, "What are you going to do with a degree in theatre?" If you want to learn about your options post-graduation take a look at the organizations listed below and talk to a faculty member about how you can prepare. Break a leg!
Audition information for productions at Luther can be found on the Theatre/Dance Call Board across from CFA 119 or by talking to a faculty member.
Backstage: A great resource for auditions, national scope.
Illinois Theatre Association (ITA): For Illinois Theatres - Professional, Community, Educational.
Institute of Outdoor Theatre (IOT): Large audition for indoor and outdoor theatres nationwide. Includes many Shakespeare Festivals and large Musicals.
League of Chicago Theatres: A great website - posts audition info (large season auditions and individual shows) and posts theatre jobs in the area (stage management, administration, marketing, technical, design, education).
MidWest Theatre Auditions (MWTA): February auditions for both actors and technical jobs. At Webster University in St. Louis.
Ohio Theatre Alliance: Auditions and Interviews for technical / design positions. In January at Muskingum University.
South East Theatre Conference: Large regional theatre auditions and theatre job interviews
StrawHat Auditions: Large combined auditions in New York City – also looks for tech, design, and staff. Summer and year-round work.
Theatre in Chicago: For Chicago area theatres.
Twin Cities Unified Theatre Auditions (TCUTA): March auditions in St. Paul. Summer or year-round work.
University / Resident Theatre Association (URTA): Holds the National Unified Auditions & Interviews. This is mostly graduate schools but some regional theatres audition are here too. Not just for actors – there are design/ directing/ stage management/ theatre management interviews.
Unified Professional Theatre Auditions (UPTA): “Pre-Professional” auditions at Playhouse on the Square in Memphis and production interviews for graduating seniors (must be available for year-round work).