Free Trans/NonBinary/GNC Open Call Workshop!

Both events are postponed until sometime in May, keep an eye out for updates!

Reboot Theatre Company in association with local Casting Directors is hosting two events in March for trans, gender non-conforming and nonbinary (TGNCNB) performers to present and receive feedback and support on audition material.

  1. Audition Prep Masterclass – postponed, TBD
  2. Open Call Workshop – postponed, TBD

Check out full details on the two events below, and follow our Facebook event if you’d like to get more updates.

To request an Open Work Session appointment or Masterclass spot:
Email with the following information:

  1. Name
  2. Preferred audition time during the Open Work Session
  3. If you would also like to attend the Masterclass
  4. Any other questions you might have!

Audition Prep Masterclass

When:
Postponed, TBD

Where:
TPS Black Box Theatre
305 Harrison Street – The Armory

If you are looking for additional support regarding how to pick musical cuts, where to find audition materials, how to prepare your resume or just general information for what to expect in the audition room we highly encourage you to attend our FREE Masterclass on Sunday, March 15th from 12-2pm! This is a great opportunity to ask any and all questions before the open work sessions and to get to know the people behind the table. You are welcome to attend the Masterclass even if you don’t plan on reserving a spot for the Open Work Session.

Who will be in the room:
Jasmine Joshua – Reboot Theatre
Harry Turpin – Reboot Theatre
Scot Anderson – Reboot Theatre
RJ Tancioco – Local Music Director
Jessica Spencer – Village Theatre


Open Call Work Session

When:
Postponed, TBD

Where:
Seattle Repertory Theatre
Leo K Rehearsal Hall
540 Warren Ave Seattle, WA 98109

The goal of this work session is to provide a free opportunity for TGNCNB performers to sharpen their skills and take a step toward being more competitive in auditions.

We encourage TGNCNB performers of any level to join us — from performers who started their career as one particular type and are looking to navigate their resumes and theatrical futures after transitioning to performers who are beginning stage work and want to have a good idea of what to expect and how best to present themselves to casting directors in a way that feels safe and accurate.

We also recognize that theatre is a wonderful place to explore your gender in a safe way, even if you are not sure where you land off stage. No one will be turned away.

Work Sessions will be scheduled in 12-15 minute appointments based on the number of performers requesting to be seen. To request an appointment please follow the instructions listed below.

Work Sessions will be scheduled in 12-15 minute appointments based on the number of performers requesting to be seen. To request an appointment please follow the instructions listed at the top of the page.

What to prepare:
1. A current resume and 8×10 headshot
2. SOME COMBINATION OF TWO OF THE FOLLOWING

  1. A song selection no longer than one chorus and one verse, no more than 32 bars – we love a short cut. Your song can be from the musical theatre canon but it you are also welcome to bring a pop, folk or any other type of song you prefer. Please choose a piece that demonstrates your vocal abilities as well as your musical expression, emotional connection to lyrics and ability to tell a story through song, this can be comedic. You must bring sheet music in your proper key. An accompanist will be provided.
  2. A short monologue of your choosing not to exceed 90 seconds.

Who will be in the room:
Jasmine Joshua – Reboot Theatre
Kaytlin McIntire – Seattle Rep
Kelsey Thorgalsen – 5th Ave Theatre
Jessica Spencer – Village Theatre
RJ Tancioco – Local Music Director