Auditions and Job Opportunities - Geordie Theatre

Auditions and Job Opportunities

General Auditions

Geordie Theatre's 2019-20 Season

Auditions to be held on February 19th and 20th 

Audition Information

- Geordie is holding General Auditions for our Mainstage and 2Play Tour productions as well as works in development that may span more than one season. 
- In attendance: Artistic Director, Mike Payette and guests. 
- Geordie invites all types (shapes, cultures, gender, physical ability, etc) to submit.
- Although we encourage all submissions, only artists who receive an audition will be contacted.

Important notes: 

- Unionized artists will be seen on Tuesday, February 19th 
- Non-union artists will be seen on Wednesday, February 20th 
- The deadline to submit an audition request is Monday, February 11th at 5 PM 

Audition Preparation

1. Artists are asked to prepare two pieces: one contemporary monologue AND one piece that features physicality and imagination – be creative! Geordie strongly encourages artists who explore a range of diverse forms; this includes dance, clown, non-verbal, and so much more.
2. Pieces should be 2 minutes (max) each.
3. For unionized performers, please note our Mainstage production will span from March to May 2020.

To request an audition time, send headshot and resume to auditions@geordie.ca or call (514) 845-9810 for more information.

Director & Designer Submissions

Pitch It/Show It Interviews

Interviews to be held on February 21st 

Interview Information

- Geordie invites you to its first Pitch It/Show It Session! 
- In attendance: Artistic Director, Mike Payette. 
- Geordie encourages all types (shapes, cultures, gender, physical ability, etc) to submit. 
- Although we encourage all submissions, only artists who receive an interview will be contacted. 
- The deadline to submit an interview request is Monday, February 11th at 5 PM

Interview Preparation

1. DESIGNERS are asked to prepare a 15-minute presentation of an idea they would like to pitch to Geordie or present as part of their portfolio. 
2. DIRECTORS are asked to prepare a 15-minute presentation of an idea they would like to pitch to Geordie or present as part of their portfolio. They are welcome to bring one collaborator of any discipline to support their idea. 
3. Artists should come equipped with any material that relates to their portfolio (either in hardcopy or digital format) and the means to present it.

To request an interview time, send headshot and resume to auditions@geordie.ca or call (514) 845-9810 for more information.